Eleanor S. in Last Stride: Defeats Judge Pryor in Thrilling Finish in Main Race-Mumbo Jumbo Victorious, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-15


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I ;; of ■ i J !! he k , ii i k ! | , v • ■ i i , , j | , 1 - * s t ELEANOR S. IN LAST STRIDE .. _ H Defeats Judge Pryor in Thrilling Finish in -Main Race — Mumbo Jumbo Victorious * HAVANA. uba. March 11. Tiie program at Ori- £ ental Iark this afternoon was built around the Car- nival Handicap, a clash of a mile, for which a pur e J ,000 was added It brought out a small b,;t select band and furnished a thrilling finish, in which Kleanor S. came from behind to get up in the final I*1 stride to defeat .ludge Pryor by tlnee parts of a •*»! length. The latter made all the pace, drawing aw.iy B into a commanding lead. Entering the homestretch looked to have the pane at his mercy, but tired «i badly at the end. while Kleanor S.. a distant fol - t lower in the early stages, closed with a rush on the » outside and made good in impressive style. Kitz-ltoodle. after many disappointing races, finally made good when he beat a band of cheap 1 platers in the first race. I- itz-ltoodle was ridden by Kennedy, was rated under slight restraint until r rounding the far turn, when- he mood into an easy lead, held the otheis safe the remainder of Ihe race ■ and led Douglas Kaiibinks home by a length, wth The Belgian II. third, beaten a head for se.-oml ! place. !r Mumbo lamba won the se.ond. a claiming race. It .! waa ins fit ; winmag race of the meeting ami do pite tne fact that he was meeting an oral nary baad Hoyle was forced to shake him up in the _ last sixteenth to beat linen by a length. War Map was away cpiickly an.! never menaced. Jj Currency, the favorite, .piit badly. Baring conditions were pleasant, with fine weather and a fast track and keen finishes. Visitors ti enjoyed the afternoons apart and the attendance ti was no to its Usual standard. Among those present were many arrivals from the States. ti The final auction Mite of horses in training ■ takes place Saturday after the races, when a number ; of them will be placed under the hammer by Judge • I.yles. The star of the sale will be ritimo. the three-year-old colt which the C. and n. Stable recently bought from the Ooldapple Stable. The good mare Himilitinde foaled a fine-looking filly by Sir Edgar at tiie Oriental Iark stock farm this morning. ! Jockey N. Swart, a good apprentice, who has been riding here since the beginning of the meeting, i departs Thursday for Iimlico. Md . to join the stable- of William Oarth. his contract employer. The marc- BtffMeaee, owned by A. AUegra, lias I been bred to the stallion Solomon and will l e sen! to the Claajiihal stock Farm. AUegra also cut I the three-year-old Kiig.nia clomez to the same place I to be turned out. The old gelding Sand Kiver. owned by T. Hinphy. was destroyed this morning. Tom Shaw, accompanied by his wife and daugh- j tei. is due to arrire from New Orleans tomorrow-. The party will stay to the end of the meeting. K. T. liaxter. who has been racing a small stable hare all winter, having disposed of most of his horaea, left lodav for Ml home in Lc-ingtc.n. Ky. .

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