James Butlers East View: Makes Every Post a Winning One In Manhattan Handicap.; Spugs Disqualified for Fouling Asterisk--Another Western Star Uncovered., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-06


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JAMES BUTLERS EAST VIEW Makes Every Post a Winning One in Manhattan Handicap Spugs Disqualified for Fouling FoulingAsterisk Asterisk Another Western WesternStar Star Uncovered NEW YORK N Y May 5 The Manhat ¬ tan Handicap the feature of an ordinary Jamaica program was won by East View racing in the white cherry sash and cap of James Butler from Tangerine second and Edgar Allan Poe third The Rancocas Stables Edgar Allan Poe received confident support but proved a severe disappointment as East View went to the front with a rush and made every post a winning one Tan ¬ gerine made up considerable ground and easi ¬ ly outstayed the favorite which had no ex ¬ cuse but tired after following the pacemaker for a half and just lasted to save third place by three parts of a length from Normal Gladiator had a little speed but tired badly badlyDespite Despite unfavorable weather and track con ¬ ditions a crowd of 6000 was in attendance and enjoyed the good sport and spirited rac ¬ ing The finishes in many of the races were exciting fastidiousThe enough to please the most fastidious The colors of W R Coe was seen in front when Master Hand won the opening dash from a good looking band of maiden three yearolds with Master Hand having the call The talent proved correct in tlieir selection as the Coe nominee came from behind the leader in the final eighth and drew clear to win in a drive from Nantucket which came with a rush and outstayed So It Goes the pacemaker for second place So It Goes set a good pace all the way and held on gamely gamelyVICTORY VICTORY FOB TRAINEE LOFTUS LOFTUSThe The Oak Ridge Stables Dan Boiling won the second race in a hard drive from Pirate Gold second and Olynthus third scoring the initial win for exjockey J Loftus as a train ¬ er Pirate Gold was held in the highest esteem by the speculatively inclined but never flattered his admirers at any part of the race Dan Boiling dashed into an early lead and held sway to the end but was forced to a hard drive to withstand the favorites fast end rush Olynthus followed the pacemaker to the eighth post when he tired marginThe but was easily third by a wide margin The running of the third race brought about the first disqualification of the meeting in which Spugs was disqualified for fouling Asterisk before reaching the quarter post Asterisk and Spugs the favorite raced head and head until the stretch turn where the interference occurred Taplin on Asterisk was forced to stand straight in the saddle to avoid a fall Asterisk lost ground which he gamely overcame and coming again got up to win by half a length Spugs lasting to save second place from Armistice which came fast to take third place Nightboat ran an improved race to be fourth and was awarded third money by the setting back of Spugs The prompt action of the stewards in placing Spugs back was met with plaudits of tha spectators YYNjST3WOOD A SURPRISE SURPRISET T O Webbers Wynnewood surprised the talent when he won the fifth race at a mila and a sixteenth from Sea Cove the favorite with Rose Hill second choice third H Thomas who was making his first appearance after a threeday suspension in Maryland sent his mount right along although mo ¬ mentarily challenged by Sea Cove at the quarter post drew away again to win easily Sea Cove did his best to overtake the flying leader but without avail Rose Hill made up a little ground in the final eighth and easily held the short end of the purse safe safeThe The Nevada Stock Farm uncovered another good one in the last race in Blue Hawk a goodlooking son of Atheling II Chocolate Lady which went to the front quickly opened up a commanding lead and won eased up by five lengths Rigel another good looker from the Rancocas Stable was second The race is sure to improve him Billy Gibson after running in second place for a half mile quit badly Knighthood carried the colors of J S Cosden but never proved a factor and was beaten off offD D R McDaniel is in receipt of a letter from jockey Everett Haynes who is leading rider of the extensive string of Eugene Leigh in France Haynes states he achieved a good measure of success riding six winners in one week weekJockey Jockey H Hamilton formerly employed by the stable of J H Rosseter arrived from his home and will ride as a free lance at present Jockey presentJockey G Babin rider of Spugs was sus ¬ pended by the stewards for six days for rough riding in the third race raceA A J Joyner saddled Tangerine in the Man ¬ hattan Handicap for T J Healey who de ¬ parted for Maryland last night

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