Tijuanas Saturday Sport: Capt. Clover Defeats Catharine Marrone and Louanna, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-11


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c i t to 3 a f e C ; j j " j -j f t j j 1 , , ; , ; i : i ; . L . i . . t TIJUANAS SATURDAY SPORT I Capt. Clover Defeats Catharine I Marrone and Louanna,. Paisley Again Displays Startling Speed in I Heavy Going Many New Visitors Swells Attoatlance. 4 SAN DIEGO, Cal., December 10. For the first time since the meeting opened Lonnie t Tryon failed to have a winner in one he sent o of the post. His filly Catharine Marrone was v defeated in Saturdays feature, a handicap o at three-quarters of a mile. She was away S fast to set the pace, but turned wide b entering the stretch and lost much ground. Capt. Clover, which raced within striking c distance of the leaders and got to the front midway of the stretch, had to be hard ridden by jockey Wilson to withstand the determined rush of Louanna, from the Shafer and f Conway string. Louanna finished next the 1 inside rail in the worst going and in a few c more strides would have been returned vie- torious. There was startling time displayed when j Paisley won the juvenile dash and ran the five-eighths mile in 1:02 over a track which r was officially designated as muddy. Jockey ; Carter took this son of Honeywood right to the front and the result was never in doubt, for Paisley won off by himself. Nearest to him, but seven lengths back, came Carlos Enrique, just lasting it out to save 5 second place1 from Dick Terpin. J Paisley, saddled by Tryon and owned by M. L. Allen, San Diego sportsman, was so , well thought of by the public that the books J never had him better than 1 to 2. He paid f to 3 in the machines. Another to show a wide margin of victory was Barriskane, from the Nortli and Rowe j stable. This winner was also an odds-on , choice and ran like the short price he was. Jockey M. Fator placed him in front with the rise of the barrier and he left plenty , of distance between himself and his opponent , at every call, finishing ahead of Yermak and John Arbor by six lengths. BARRISKANE CHANGES OWNERS. 1 The first claim of the meeting was regis- , tered in this race and resulted in the winner , changing stables. Barriskane was claimed by i Dalton and Dawson, represented in the race by El Rey, for . In view of his two impressive victories here and apparent ability ; to travel a long route in tough going, he is acclaimed a cheap horse. BarrisRane seems to have been a good investment for North and Rowe. He was claimed last summer for 00 and since then has taken five firsts and four seconds to bring within a shade of what he cost the stable. Saturdays card was raced before a big crowd, there being many week-end patrons from as far north as San Francisco. The wagering continues much heavier than at this time last year and, as whole, the sport is classed more satisfactory from all angles. There are many strange faces in the grandstand and clubhouse each day and it is said there is a greater number of visitors from afar than in previous years. Jockey Burley Parke arrived yesterday from Benning, Washington, where the east-t ern division of the George W. Wingfield stable is in winter quarters, F. J. Kelley, Chicago sportsman and owner, accompanied by C. C. Van Meter, his trainer, arrived Saturday. The Kelley thoroughbreds will reach Tijuana in a few days.

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