Fators Day of Victory: Wins Half of the Afternoons Card at Jamaica Track, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-14


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FATORS DAY OF VICTORY; y Wins Half of the Afternoons Card at Jamaica Track. Guides Scottish Chief, Leloba and Dolores to "Victory Sande Hides Two Winners. NEW YORK, X. Y.. October 13. Fillies furnished the feature at Jamaica today when the offering was the Cosmopolitan Handicap at three-quarters distance. It was an overnight purse that brought together six speedy ones and J. II. Bosseters Dolores was the winner from Last Straw, with Polythia third. Back of her were Elected II., Mary Patricia and Ten-Lec. It was a delightful day for the sport. The track was back to good condition and, although the card was not particularly attractive with three of the races for two-year-olds, and two of those for maidens, a good crowd was in attendance. It was a good day for Lavcrne Fator when he rode three winners in a row and landed Scottish Chief, Leloba and Dolores home in front. The start in the Cosmopolitan Handicap was an excellent one and Fator lost no time in rushing Dolores to the front. Elected II. went after her and Mary Patricia was a close third, with Last Straw not far away. Polythia began somewhat slowly, while Ten-Lec showed little speed and was outrun from the first eighth. Both Elected II. and Mary Patricia had begun to tire of chasing Dolores by the time the stretch was reached and Sande was there making a move with Last Straw that quickly landed the .Widener filly in second place. She closed upw ith a menacing rush, when an eighth out, but tired slightly and Fator kept Dolores going to take her home the winner by a length. Polythia had no trouble in running past Elected II. and Mary Patricia in the stretch and she was an easy third. Fator scored his second victory of the day when he brought II. Fleischakers Leloba home first in the five and a half furlongs dash for two-year-old maiden fillies that was the third offering. At the end she was doing her best to beat Temptress and Miss Belle was a close third. Back of her came Lady Rose and Lady Tybar. This result might have been different had it not been that Temptress began slowly, while Fator got Leloba away running fast. Lady Rose was saved back of Leloba to the stretch turn. There when Miller went after the leader Lady Rose ran out badly, as she had in her previous race. In the meantime Temptress found her way through on the inside, while Miss Belle was also coming fast. At the end Fator had to ride out to the limit to keep Leloba going long enough to win. Temptress was beaten three parts of a length and she beat Miss Belle less than that distance for second place. Lady Tybar was outrun at all times. Black Friday had no trouble in celebrating Friday the thirteenth by winning in a Continued on twelfth i:ig?. i ; ! ! : 1 ! FATORS DAY OF VICTORY Continued from first page. canter from Owasco, while Faithful Girl took third money. Faithful Girl made the running, but Sando was never far away with Black Friday, and at the head of the stretch he took command quickly and, drawing away into a long lead, was easing up through the final eighth. Candida, after showing a Hash of early speed, tired badly, while Olga Virgnia, the Willis Sharpe Kilmer starter, was always far back. John Shaughnessys Scottish Chief beat the other starters that came together in the second race, a dash of a mile and a six-j teenth. He was well ridden by L. Fator, ! and saved to the last, then making his rush through the stretch got up in time to beat Winneconne by a length. Lackawanna was third. Kirglevington made the running, but Lackawanna was not far away, while Martz was a close third with Winneconne. "While going to the stretch turn Martz stole through on the inside with Winneconne, but at the same time Fator was coming fast with Scottish Chief. The mare seemed the winner until well inside the last eighth, but she tired and at the end Fator outrode Martz to land the Shaughnessy plater first. Will Shields tried Willis Sharpe Kilmers Olga Virginia without blinkers in the first race. J. McCormack saddled Destination in the opening race, owing to the absence of trainer George Zeigler. Jesse Armstrong left for Denver Friday night, in an effort to be at the bedside of a brother who is seriously ill there. J. L. Holland claimed Polly Wale after she , won the fifth race for ,750. Bowsprit was taken by P. S. P. Randolph for ,525. J. A Coburn added Scottish Chief to his I stable for ,S35

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