Braedalbanes Great Race: Wins in Fast Time from Neddam and Centimeter.; Hold Me Beaten After a Long Series of Victories--Louisville Favorites in Eclipse., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-26


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BRAEDALBANES GREAT RACE1 Wins in Fast Time from Neddam and Centimeter Hold Me Beaten After a Long Se ¬ ries of Victories Louisville Favorites in Eclipse BT J L DEMPSEY DEMPSEYLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky May 25 Desha Breck Inridges fortunes continue in the ascendant and the popular and gifted Kentucky pub lishers colors were carried to a decided suc ¬ cess in the threequarters handicap featur ¬ ing the card by his speedy Braedalbane which triumphed after a spirited drive over Neddam with Centimeter closely in their rear and such other good sprinters as Mar ¬ vin May Elmer 1C and Parader following It was Braedalbanes first essay of the year and his successful debut in the good field foreshadows that he will be one to reckon with in the prominent fixtures that will have a later decision decisionHe He displayed a great flight of early speed and decisively outfooted his opponents in the early running He likewise displayed pronounced gameness for he stood the final drive resolutely and shook off Centimeter when the latter ranged alongside of him in the last sixteenth He was favored with an iCighteen pound weight concession from Cen ¬ timeter Neddam also was in receipt of I nineteen pounds from Centimeter and it was no discredit to the latter to give way in the final grueling struggle Centimeter was most in demand and backed to oddson and his failure was the afternoons outstanding betting disappointment J C Milam saddled the winner but the credit for his good con ¬ dition is due to jockey J Howard who has been supervising his preparation all spring and turned over the Breckinridge horses to J C Milam yesterday Mr Breckinridge camo over from Lexington this morning to witness the colts performance and was high ¬ ly elated over his good showing showingRAIN RAIN HELPS THE TRACK TRACKShowery Showery weather did not affect the at ¬ tendance to any appreciable extent and the volume of betting was also up to normal The intermittent rain flurries did not spoil the going On the contrary it benefited it and fast time was the rule in most instances The consistent Hold Mo finally had her winning streak shattered when she sue cumbed by a slight margin to the firsttime starter this year lladio which got up m the last few strides after coming from far back to win His success was clouded for to close observers it appeared that Hold Mo should have won and would have done so but for the overconfident ride she was given by Owens Hold Me had shown the most speed and when entering the stretch she took what appeared a decisive lead but Owens failed to note the great rush of lladio and the lat ¬ ter got up in the last few strides Blarney Stone landed third place but there might have been a different placing had Tomahoi had a clear course courseThe The opener brought to the post a good band of platers at the six and a half fur ¬ longs route and furnished the winner in Marse John which benefited extensively by the others coming wide as a result of Mabel G running out on the last turn and some interference by Orlova The latter finished in third place but was disqualified and Na ¬ poo given that portion of the purse Second place fell to the fast coming Tacola which had to work through a rough race during the early running runningFIRST FIRST WINNER TOR J B SMITH SMITHThe The James B Smith stable finally gradu ¬ ated from the maiden ranks in the second race when Prince of Umbria beat Rusticator home in somewhat easy fashion Johnson gave the winner a rousing ride but appeared to have benefited when he guided his mount across in front of the others from an outer position Glenlivet had to stand a hard drive to land in third place placeFifteen Fifteen made up the field in the third dash at a mile and it resulted in victory for the outsider Brass Tacks which came away in the stretch and won from Opulent with an ¬ other outsider Bojul in third place placeJakie Jakie Hay showed thorough gameness In i the sixth race which brought together a good band of twoyearolds He stood a punishing drive unflinchingly through the s stretch and beat Hughes Graham The lat ter under a good ride raced In improved I form and finished fast Tody furnished some oxnitemont for the throng in the final dash by her fractious post action In which she unseated jockey Owens twice Memories of her New Orleans esca j pades in which she ran away and jumped the fence and then came back to the post and 1 f Continued on twelfth pace BRAEDALBANES GREAT RACE Continued from first page won the race caused several to make wagers on her but she failed tlem for she finished among those not placed Jouet raring to his true form won after a hard diivo to down Clintonville Tippo Sahib finishing third thirdStarter Starter Dade will no longer be annoyed by Sergeant York Tho stewards issued a notice this afternoon denying him further privilege of starting on account of his bad post acting having been left in two pre ¬ ceding starts as well as wheeling today and unseating his rider riderH H C Murnan who managed the last Mo ¬ bile racing venture put in a claim for Na ¬ poo In the opener being represented in the race by Sergeant York but the stewards ruled the claim invalid on account of insuffi ¬ cient funds accompanying the claim claimW W O Farmer secretary of the Windsor Jockey Club was a visitor this afternoon and did some effective missionary work in be ¬ half of the stakes to be run over the Windsor track during the summer term of racing The stakes closed today todayW W O Dickman bought at private terms this morning from Mose Goldblatt acting for Harry Payne Whitney the twoyearold fil ¬ lies Crayon and Grande Dame DameTrack Track superintendent Charles Molto sent a notification here that all stabling at Latonta had been exhausted exhaustedH H C Murnan bought privately this morn ing the filly Miss Leighton from S Berry

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