Latest Saratoga News, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-04


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LATEST SARATOGA NEWS Three of tho five starters in the second race changed hands via the claiming process. Halu, the winner, went to the Rancocas Stable for ,500 ; Sam Louis, who lost Halu, took Red Legs for ,800 and G. W. Coburn acquired Moody for ,700. Ward also had a claim for Halu, but Dave Leary, acting for the Rancocas Stable, outdrew him. There has been some talk of instituting seven race programs, to take care of tho vast number of two-year-olds that are on thej grounds seeking a racing opportunity. The. two-year-old races have been filling in a! fashion to have made seven races easy to fill each day, but such programs would hardly be altogether popular with the racing crowd, Of the nine three-year-old3 that were named over night for the Luzerne Handicap, there are six that are eligible for the mile and three-sixteenths of the Miller Stakes, to bo run Saturday. The three not named are Surf Rider, Good Times and Braedalbane. "Vincent Powers has little hope of bringing Rol Craig back to the races for a consider- able time, if he is ever raced again. He came out of the Shillelah Steeplechase in bad con- cation and will need considerable patching up before he is raced again. Paragon, John Sanfords recent importa-; tion, was on the track during the work hours this morning and Hollie Hughes permitted him to gallop along for an easy three-eighths in 36. He impressed the horsemen who watched from the rails. Hullabaloo was as good as his name in the paddock before post time, for he created all kinds of disturbance with hi3 lunging and rearing and he finally fell down during one of his contortion acts. C. J. Pendergast, Kansas City sportsman, was an arrival today. His stable here is in charge of trainer Louis Cahn, while another division of it is at Louisville under the care of J. C. Cahn. Edward R. Bradley has been presented with a service to Chicle by H. P. "Whitney! and promises to make a careful selection of the mare he will send from his Idle Hour Stock Farm. CoL Matt Winn and J. L. Dempsey were busily engaged today interesting the horse-j men in the Kentucky Fall Stakes at Lexing-j ton, Louisville and Latonia, which are to close August 5. Ernest Heider has had to blister his good: English jumper Ards, which has won all his races in this country. It is not expected that ho will be seen under silks before the last of the meeting. Edict, winner of the first race, was bid up. This waa the first run up of the meeting and the ,703 surplus will be added to the overnight purses on Saturdays program. Former jockey Joe Rodriguez came in from New Orleans, where he is now engaged in business. He was forced to forsake the saddle because of increasing weight. Brownell Combs, one of Kentuckys youngest breeders, was an arrival from Lexington. He will remain until after his yearling3 are disposed of at the auction sales. Charles Booth has four of the A. KL Ma-comber three-year-olds in his care her. They comprise hl3 racing establishment at the present time. J. W. Healy has purchased two Bryn Mawr three-year-olds from Al Weston, representing Thomas Clyde. They will be put to jumping. j j j 1 1 j l j ! . I i 1 j j ; , j t i , I I j t 1 , j ! i i

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