Form Changes at Orlando: Fast Going Enables Seths Hope to Defeat Natrolight-Trapeze Wins Wins for New Owners, Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-07


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FORM CHANGES AT ORLANDO Fast Going Enables Seths Hope to Defeat Natrolight — Trapeze Wins for New Owners. ORI.ANDO. Fla.. April 6.— Seths Hope carried the silks of J. A. Parsons to victory in a condition race that brought out as good a field as any in Tuesdays card at Ix ng-wood. The fifth race had a slightly larger purse, but was a claiming affair. Seths Hope beat among other juveniles, Natrolight, which has been beating him regularly on a slower track. The Parsons gelding was messed about leaving the barrier, but caught taplinger in the stretch and drew away, but was straight to win by a neck from Mary Hausman, whose running was affected by the change from heavy to fast going. Cap-linger saved third place. The day was warm and the crowd of fair size. . S. Kindlos Sea Green followed Lucky Run :-t.d Maddenstown closely as they galloped in front early in the fifth and wore them down in a drive to win by a length and a half. McGinnis rode her. Lucky Run and Maddenstown finished second and third respectively, but Trajanus closed fast on the rail and just missed getting up for third. Froth showed the way throughout the first race and won ridden out by half a length. See It Through raced second all the way and might have won had he not swerved out in the stretch. Benita began slowly, but finished strongly for third money. Eames rode the winner for II. W. Moore. Trapeze, which H. B. Brown claimed yesterday from J. Parsons, carried her new owners silks to victory in the second race. Pelaez hustled her to the front and rode her out to beat Antilles by a length. Jacobean forced the pace of the winner and landed in third place. Hughes Graham drew away handily at the end of the third. Scotland Forever made the pace, and outlasted Naughty Nisba for second place. Naughty Nisba and Hughes Graham came around Scotland Forever straightening out and passed him, but Xaughty Nisba tired, and the colt won second money in the last stride. Murphy rode the winner for T. V. Mountjoy. Contidor won for W. J. Houek in the sixth, drawing away from Marie Maxim easily in the last eighth of a race at a mile. Marie Maxim made the pace and saved second place. Aristotle beat the others. Holecko rode the winner. L,e Glorieux won the seventh for the Concord Farm. Dr. MacMillan and Vanishing Boy were lapped on him in an exciting finish. Vanishing Boy set the pace with War Idol closest. War Idol quit as Le Glorieux and Dr. MacMillan moved up and challenged in the stretch. Le Glorieux saved more ground than Dr. MacMillan and won. Tryon rode the winner.

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