B. A. Jones Repeats: Duplicates Success of 1922 in Providing Juvenile Winner.; Belle of Elizabethtown Scores Her Fourth Victory of Meeting--Buddie Kean Again., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-02


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B A JONES REPEATS Duplicates Success of 1922 in Providing Juvenile Winner Belle of Elizabethtown Scores Her Fourth Victory of Meet ¬ ing Buddie Kean Again HAVANA Cuba January 1 B A Jones who developed the fast Lorena Marcellia Carlos Enrique and Seths Lemon here last year and furnished the winner of the first twoyearold race run at Oriental Park in 1922 showed that he is something of a re ¬ peater by duplicating his feat of twelve months ago when he saddled Randals Royal and Seths Dream the winner and second horse in the first juvenile race of 1923 Ran ¬ dals Royal is the chestnut gelding by the imported horse Opera Glass while Seths Dream is by Seth and both were bred at the Jones farm in Missouri MissouriRandals Randals Royal showed a good perform ¬ ance though he had a bit the worst of it when he started from the outside cut across to the middle of the track and then ran straight and tiuc for the remainder of tne contest outgaming his stable companion in the final drive to win going away Opera Glass the sire of the winner is the im ¬ ported horse which a few years back raced for Harry Giddings on the Canadian circuit afterward being sold to Edward Trotter who was unable to get him to the post postElectra Electra which finished third beaten by a half length is the product of the Caimito ranch She is rather small but a speedy filly and is the first get of the Broomstick marc Comfort by the Sanfordbred Orestes OrestesFrench French Canadian made a runaway of the second race in which he sprinted into a long lead in the first haf mile but in the stretch was ouitting and had to be hard rid ¬ den out to beat Chile by a length lengthApple Apple Jack II started out like a winner in the third and set a fast early pace lead ¬ ing by a comfortable margin until the field straightened out in the homestretch where he began to tire and Runnan closing with a tremendous rush passed him in tne final eighth to win going away by a length and a half halfFAST FAST TIME RECORDED RECORDEDBelle Belle of EHzabethtown had to be hard rid ¬ den to beat Edgar Allan Poe by a neck in the fourth race This marked her fourth victory at this meeting She ran the five eighths in 59 which is close to the track record for the distance distanceBuddie Buddie Kcan triumphed over The Pirate by a length in what was intended as the afternoons feature a dash of a mile and a sixteenth which was run as the fifth race raceBrothers Brothers had the mount on Buddie Kean and after saving him from the pace for threequarters assumed an easy lead but when he got to the front took hold of the horse with the result that he slowed down and Brothers had to shake him up a bit to stall off the fast clcsing The Pirate which came again with a fine display of speed and forcing the winner to the last ounce to save the day dayIn In the sixth race the result was in doubt until the official placing was displayed Su ¬ perior came from behind in the stretch and just managed to get up in time to beat the tiring Allivan by the smallest of margins marginsJockey Jockey T Burns was suspended for three days by starter Milton for disobedience while at the pest in the fourth race raceJockey Jockey Brothers was set down for ten days for foul riding ridingThe The entry of Allivan has been refused until the horse is properly schooled for the bar MANT NEW ARRIVALS ARRIVALSWithin Within the last few days many followers of racing who have put in the first part of the winter at New Orleans have been noticed at Oriental Park Many of them expressed satisfaction on the arrangements of wager Ing here with books or mutuels and say It offers a welcome diversion They also say that many others will come here from New Orleans in the course of a few weeks weeksThe The baby racers will be given further opportunities to display their qualities dur ¬ ing the week as secretary Martin Nathanson has framed a race for them on Wednesday and another on Saturday both races being at a quarter of a mile A little later the youngsters will be raced at threeeighths and toward the end of the meeting will be asked to race a half mile mileCaptain Captain C A Tillea of St Louis formerly a power In racing circles in the middle west ¬ ern section of the United States who is mak ¬ ing a world tour was well pleased with Cuba and Oriental Park racing particularly Ho lias clcclded to extend his visit and will remain here mother week weekGeneral General manager Frank J Bruen was the recipient today of congratulations of a host of friends it being the thirtyeighth anni ¬ versary of his birth He was born at St Louis Mo January 1 1885 He was the guest of honor this evening at a dinner given at the clubhouse by the racing officials Many prominent Cubans were present presentGeorge George Williams was again forced to ab ¬ sent himself from the saddle owing to an injury to his foot He had been engaged to ride The Pirate in the fourth race George Fields was substituted

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