Latonias All-Purse Card: Draws a Big Crowd and Produces Excellent Racing.; New Comer Gives Colonel Baker a Hard Battle--Favorites and Second Choices Win., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-13


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LATONIAS ALL PURSE CARD Draws a Big Crowd and Produces Excellent Racing New Comer Gives Colonel Baker Bakera a Hard Battle Favorites and andSecond Second Choices Win BY J L DEMPSEY DEMPSEYLATONIA LATONIA Ky June 12 The threequar ¬ ters purse run as the fifth race produced a thrilling finish after a spirited duel between Colonel Baker and James F OHara The latter was an unknown quantity and was denied the privilege of starting at Louisville on account of being entered as Sir William The mixup in names had evidently been straightened out for he ran in the name of James F OHara and was carded as a bay colt 4 by Uncle Saintolat He showed fine speed and in company with Colonel Baker showed the way to the others Colonel Baker and James F OHara continued their spirited battle all through the stretch and it was only in the last stride that W Pool managed to get the Brannon starter slightly in front Ararat finished in third place placeBackers Backers of favorites and second choices had a field day this afternoon and were successful in nearly every dash in select ¬ ing the right one The racing offering was a fairly good one well matched starters go ¬ ing to the post in the different races With the exception of the sixth race in which seven went to the post eight starters were in each of the other races An absence of feature did not reduce the attendance to any appreciable extent neither did the intense heat Betting also was heavy heavyThe The public continued in its stride when it selected Jack Bauer as the likely one to capture the purse in the second race He did and led for the entire distance from a fast sendoff Banner Bearer and Rustem fighting it out hard for second place placeSPORTSMAN SPORTSMAN IN FAYOB FAYOBThose Those who recalled the bad racing luck that Sportsman had in his previous race profited for they supported him again to ¬ day and he made good in easy style in the third race Alameda Girl beating Oo La La home There must have been many in the big crowd who remembered Sportsmans previous bad racing luck for he ruled the favorite favoriteWayward Wayward Lady which has been racing consistently in her starts here but on each occasion has been beaten by a small mar ¬ gin ran to her best form in the opening dash and with a break of the racing luck in her favor had little difficulty in showing the way for the entire way but W Pool would not take any chances in the stretch and rode her out Lina Clark and Ashland divided the shorter portions of the purse Wayward Lady had a big call in the betting and was at oddson oddsonKorbly Korbly seemed to outclass those he met in the fourth race and absorbed nearly all the betting attention ruling as a result at oddson He justified it for he led from the start and was under slight restraint through ¬ out Red Legs finishing in second place and Twinkle Blue third thirdJockey Jockey E Martin rode his second winner of the afternoon when he guided Ten Sixty home in the sixth race This filly ran as if best scurried into the lead promptly and held her opposition safe in the stretch Dearie from a fast beginning and saving much ground on the turns outstayed Pav lowa The latter was running gamely at the end after making a slow beginning She was the first favorite of the afternoon to meet defeat defeatJOCKEY JOCKEY E MARTIN IX LIMELIGHT LIMELIGHTAgain Again jockey E Martin got in the lime ¬ light when he brought Padua home in the final dash beating Countess and Dr Rae It marked a long time since E Martin has been astride three winners on any one after ¬ noon His success was mainly due to the great scarcity of riders in this neck of the woods woodsPadua Padua was claimed out of the last race by 33 E Mooar who was represented by Chin nie Walsh for 1900 1900Marshall Marshall Brothers Our Dear while at ex ¬ ercise this morning fell and broke her leg enforcing her destruction destructionNineteen Nineteen entries for the 10000 Kentucky Special which is scheduled to be run on June 24 at the local track had been received late this afternoon There is a possibility that there are a few more in the mails en route here Nominations for this event close tonight at midnight The horses named for it include Morvich Pillory Snob II Thibo daux John Finn Cherry Tree Serenader Supercargo Bracdalbane Olympus Dead Coutinucd oa twelfth page LATONIA S ALLPURSE CARD Continued from first pace lock Star Jester Startle Modo Bet Mosie and By Gosh GoshGeneral General manager Matt J Winn of the Ken ¬ tucky Jockey Club wired the Salubria Sta ¬ ble today for advice as to whether Hea would be entered or not His nomination is about the only prominent threeyearold from the East which is missing missingTrainer Trainer William Garth today sent in a re ¬ quest for five more stalls He is bringing Snob II for the Kentucky Special and the threeyearold will be accompanied by sev ¬ eral youngsters with engagements in the Cin ¬ cinnati Trophy to be run the same day dayBen Ben Block advised manager Winn that Morvich would be here on June 15 The un ¬ beaten champion threeyearold will remain in this section until after the Latonia Derby is run on July 1

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