Lang Helps Knot Grass, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-01


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LANG HELPS KNOT GRASS. A good band of three yeai-olds contended in the fourth race, with Knot Graaa the winner from Com matitier Mt Me. kin and Ashland. In his last previous stall Knot Grass tun p. oily against good older horses, but the change from Peace to L*Bg sccsaed to work betterment la 1 lie running, for lie held to his task in game style and was always master of the situation. Pictor made a show of those opposing him in the fifth race, for taking the bad immediately after the start he laced lato a long lead, which he retained throughout M rnion BMer sacccediaa, in outstaying the weakly riddea Roaseo. The latter reqaires a strong rider and i I tne like a flash in the stretch after having heea hopelessly far hack. Gray Gable-, under masterly riding, again showed consistency in tie going by heating some g nod platers in the sixth race. Who Hares being the chief contender, with lanky B finlsing third. The concluding race was won bv Search Light TIL. which, after having attained a lead of six lengths, onlv managed to hi-. List long enough to b?at John Arbor by a Kraal head. The heavily backed V H Bucknor retired after reaching the st i etch. Brief- have been asked for in the trial of T. J. Shaw. Ilcm.v Doit. Harry Gardner and Mark Boas-li.-rg. They are returnable nexi Friday, and the Judge will probably hand down his decision on the deal arret Died next Monday.

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