Allured by Fine Weather: Big Monday Crowd Views the Fair Grounds Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-14


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ALLURED BY FINE WEATHER ♦ — Big Monday Crowd Views the Fair Grounds Racing. Sweepy Triumphs in the Handicap for Three -Year-Olds — Blue Paradise in Form. KV ORLEANS. La., ary 13 The ,300 handicap toe three-year olds al -hhi eighths of :i mill-, tin- first here at t 1 1 i — distance this rear, brought to the peat • of the best at the track, I. ut their claim, whil. of tin- first rating ea wiatei tracks, fell decidedlj -Ik.m of Derbj material and there will be fen falliag ever In eagerness i.i rap pari ili- winner in tin- fntun books soon to be opened ii tin- Keutnckj Derbj .1. I.. Hollands gweepj was returned tin- rictoi in tin- race after i spirited duel with Conk Sonic. Ihi- pair w.-ii tin- most in-k. in tin- dash and managed to avoid the post I rouble that iueTttablj • onus immediately after tin- start nrhen tin- field* are dispatched mmWaj of the two tnma Flj Ball .-mil Ashland arere tin favored ones in the bet! ag, bat both suffered extensivi !. bj In- crowdinf and were prevented from shewing their best form. Comic Song, on tin- other hafed. begiaaing from an outer position, bad a clear course and, arhile in- other* arere in i Jam, managed to race Into ■ good lead put awed bj Bweepy. The pair dominated the run niag until straightened awraji in t 1 1 - - itret u where Kweepy, running in much Improved form, gained steadily .nil managed to wrest the lead awaj from Comic Kong in tin- last fifty yarns! Black Betty .iitii being ba feted about considerably in tin early running, secured dear going in tin- last three-eighths and outstayed Kashunk, which had . laaed mi immense gap Todays attendance nras the best offday crowd ut tin track in- wintei and included man] arrivals n, -I. for tin M;mli i. in- festivities, which thin year will 1m- in— id "ii somewhat ih- prewar standard. wiih :iii ii- Imposing pomp and elahora .- paradec DISASTROUS DAY TOR FAVORITES. Ii waa i ther .ii--i-i row* d be ba k, i - win. pinned faith on favorites • wen again delusivi and tailed ;ii times in dismal style. Kewpte H wa» given tin call ia tlie maiden tw rear-old daah hot could do no better thaa land in tiiinl place. The winnei turned up in William Daniels Allie Ochs, in Nortfa Btar II! Lady In stallatfon. sh ran ■ fast and good race, but waa 1..-1H-1 by ber inner position which enabled her from her fast beginning lo ran promptly into the lfii. t and held the others saf tot tls entire three . ighths. Dearie laa well and landed second. Bine Paradise, making bei Initial appearance for ;h. winter, furnished ■ surprise bj taking the third Kin- from some fairlj g ...i sprinters, the out stayed Ool. Taylor, with Rising Bock following. Pit waa in. one chosen in the fifth race, ;it a mil. nnil three-sixteenths, mi! be flattered his fol lowers exteastvdj win.! be moved ap urith s mah na tin- last turn and appeared t.- be able to ink-mi- ii-. nl ut will, i.ui suddenly gav waj and it enabled Trickster n • win from Bxborter and Lndj Lillian .,!-.. n was supported with • confidence in the -ixtli in. and wisdom bere was correct, for in- won after • mild drive " outstay, Mark West. which bad givei him sonai earlier Cock-i , garded as ba hag ■ -.-1 .1 ehi ace, led tot .i while -in! «i- ! ■ in- .-nil ..f tin fii-t half mill. CLOSE CALL FOR JOCKEY MOONEY. The dosing ..n-!i found Jockey ilooney with ■ clone .-nil from serious injury aa the result of a full be look when bis mount, tfordeck, waa badly crowded mill srent .town in a heap. Hutonec seesaed t.. have canned the fall and he managed to run-into g good U-.ul .it oiiii- mi.l liihl sway for the ii m.iinilrr of the way. Piu-lnn taking pteee mihI Pirate McGee, tin- favorite, third. M j was considerably shaken up ami had many eonte- aieas. II. win probably 1 ut of the saddle for soul.- days. Exbarter, which finish. -.1 second in the fifth race, uma claimed by W. l» Bernhardt, a local turfman, win-.- Trlckatet ll. ums returned the winner, for si. SO". lira. K. 1.. Bresler todaj -..hi fort Churchill to Beany Derr at private sale. :. Cobanrn will train him. lackey "Chick" Lang returned to the saddle Hiiiav after aetthsg a raapenahm of five lay*. an l the Fair Grounds patrons showed their appreciation of the lad by givhag him a great ovation as lie paraded to the post with Cobalt Lass, his first m. unit. He failed to ridi- a winner daring the after- i i. tun he had a lot of t.a.l mounts .!... key Albert Arvin was an arrival today from Tijuana, where he baa been riding -inn- early lasi autumn. He will ride here for Q targe Arvin. hi- uncle, who i- racing a -mall stable at the Fair Greaants. jeefcej Arvin is only sixteen yean i old and ran scale as low as ninety pounds . . — — a a

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