Glorious Racing Day: Sundays Program at Tijuana Provides Pleasing Sport.; Six Favorites Reward Followers--Adonis in Another Triumph--Fairway Disappoints., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-16


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GLORIOUS RACING DAY Sundays Program at Tijuana Provides Pleasing Sport Six Favorites Reward Followers Adonis in Another Triumph Fairway Disappoints SAN DIEGO Cal January 15 The most fastidious person could not find fault with the caliber of racing which was provided 1 at Tijuana Sunday It was good and whole ¬ some and barring the initial race form was well kept throughout the afternoon There were eight races and when it was all over it was recorded that six favorites had been returned winners to grace the chalked circle in front of the judicial stand standIt It was one of those balmy days so charac ¬ teristic of Californias glorious climate such as to inspire the poetically inclined As to the attendance it was another monster gath ¬ ering of the best people in this section of the country Colorful indeed was the crowd Summer attire was the order of the day and milady looked her prettiest dressed aa if the month were July instead of January The piece de resistance of the afternoon was the Capistrano Handicap at one milo and a sixteenth for a purse of 1200 It brought together a good band of thorough ¬ breds of which Fairway from the A C Bostwick stable was asked to shoulder top weight of 116 pounds With Adonis winner I of last Sundays feature the two received most of the support of the public However 1 Adonis ruled a slight favorite over the Mary ¬ land horse on the strength of his previous victory Those who placed their faith in Adonis had a few anxious moments for tho picture horse so well named raced within striking distance of the leaders under stout restraint until turning for home Here his rider E Fator gave him his head and in less time than it takes to tell Adonis bounded to the front and won with speed in reserve More than three lengths back raced Paisley which had set all the early pace but ho had his troubles warding off the closing challenge of Alleden which with but eighty three pounds on his back made it interesting for Paisley to save second place Fairway was a bitter disappointment True ha swerved out as the barrier rose and then went wide around the first turn but he was not the horse Sunday he was in Eastern Canada last summer when it took a real crackerjack to take his measure His speed was lacking and he ran a particularly dull race raceFAST FAST TIME HUXG UP UPThe The time of the race was extremely fast 1 15 fc being hung up by the ofllcial timers This is within fourfifths of a second of tho track record made by Sangallo seme years ago when the track was the fastest it has ever been Perhaps had Fator elected to urge Adonis to the utmost he might havo come dangerously close to equaling the pres ¬ ent mark As it was Adonis was being eased up as the goal appeared in sight Ben Creech saddled the first winner of the day when his Fond Hope scampered homo in the opener With jockey Martin in tho saddle she showed a clean pair of heels to her opponents throughout and paid her ad ¬ mirers better than 15 to 1 in the mutuels Robert L Owen looked to be in a soft spot in the second event at fiveeighths and such proved to be the ease for he won with but little difficulty from Lenieve and Due de Guise His victory was a popular ono despite the fate that he ruled an oddson choice choiceAnother Another public choice was the winner of the third when Al Wick with the unfash ¬ ionable jockey Seremba up managed to out ¬ stay Little Gink and Obstinate after travel ¬ ing a distance of a mile and an eighth In this John Arbor racing for the first time in the colors of Erlander Bros was well fancied by the paddock contingent but the inex ¬ perienced jockey Rose was unable to do tho horse justice and he finished among the also rans ransFavorites Favorites continued their winning ways when Montona cantered home by a wido margin in the third with Gen Byng IUM closest competitor That old campaigner had to be ridden out to the last ounce to tako Patterns measure for second money Tho latter ran a creditable race setting all tho pace Had he been successful those who held a paddle on him would have realized over f07 for each dollar they invested investedL L AYE US HIT HAU1 The victory of Prince Albert in the fifth fifthrace race a mile and a sixteenth claiming affair affaircaused caused most of the bookmakers bankrolls bankrollsto to shrink appreciably Prince Direct is ona onaof of the standard bearers of lucky Charley Charleyj j Irwin and the public fastened on to this thisI I gamester with confidence that he would bring bringI I home tho bacon as the saying goes Ho Hodid did this in easy fashion coming from far Continued on second page GLORIOUS RACING DAY CContSsned from first pace back to put the coup de grace to Katherinc Rankin in the last thirty yards yardsAVith AVith Adonis winning as a favorite John Public played Summer Sigh in the seventh as if it was all over but the shouting and again they were correct for he showed the way to Tawasentha and Lawrence Manning with a length to spare spareJockey Jockey Pctzoldt was alert at the post in the concluding race a dash of fiveeighths and utilizing the fillys speed he sent Angela into a long lead to ultimately win by a length from the longshot Joe Tag and the wellbacked filly Full Moon The latter ran a winning race from a slow beginning and off to better advantage might have been re turned the winner Corncutter was also away Hatfooted and never was a factor finally finishing in last position positionJockey Jockey C Thompson who has been on the ailing list with an infected throat has en ¬ tirely recovered and intends resuming saddle work at an early date dateAccording According to the report of the Mexican au thorities 5G3S automobiles passed over the in jternational border today from daylight un ¬ til C p m The town of Tijuana featured a bull Cght at noon and those that attended witnessed an exciting exhibition of the Mexi ¬ can national sport sportAugust August Flanagan a local sportsman has asked William Fenwick to put a price on John Paul Jones wth the object of purchas ¬ ing him Mr Flanagan is seeking some likely looking racing material of the better class with tha intention of Invading the New York tracks next summer In the event that he is successful in his quest he will place his pur cliases in the hands of Lonny Tryon to train trainGeorge George Dodge who fo foinerly inerly raced a good string of horses back in the days of Ingie side and Emeryville Is an arrival here Dodge is another who is on the lookout for some young racing stock with the intention of again joining the ranks of the owners ownersClarence Clarence Buxton celebrated the first birth ¬ day of his son Robert last evening when he played host to a large gathering of friends at his home in San Diego Master Robert of course was the center of attraction and received many gifts from his brother horse ¬ men menTha Tha sevenyearold gelding Bill Rendered was incapacitated from further racing this afternoon when he hopelessly broke down in front while racing in a contending position in the fifth race The gray horse Spinaway will also be an absentee from the races for seme little time as he pulled up extremly lame lameThe The veteran bookmaker Sam Frank accom ¬ panied by Mrs Frank are recent arrivals from New York to spend the winter

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