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NITRATE WINS ,
INGLEWOOD HANDICAP GOES
TO TENNES; HORSE
Edinborough Easily Disposes of Cerro
| Santa, the Odds on Favorite.
,"- Arabo Captures the Clos.
The lnglewood Hurdle handicap with
$1200 adfied. money was ■ the attraction
of a fair card 1 which drew out a good
half-holiday crowd, considering the
threatening weather ana the sloppy
condition* of the track. ; Seven started.
J, , Hartna's ' MllaB," at 3 to 1, was the
one m<}st' likely to beat the. favorite,
Nitrate., 'immediately after the rise of
the barrier ' Sullivan on Mllas found
.himself lrr front, and he proceeded to
Bfet the pace,, closely attended by Ni
trate and the extreme outsider,- May
Holladay. Those- three ran well to-
Bether for nine furlongs with May Hol
laday, who was In with 130 pounds oc
canlonaly taking the lead. At the sec
ond Jump Can Nell stumbled and lost
his rldW. May Holladay struck her
self going over the, third. Jump and lost
considerable ground. She soon over
took the leaders 'and ran wl^h them
head and head to the fifth fence. Where
she again struck herself arid dropped
hopelessly out of It. j , ', .. .
J» Fulks' Good Ride
Nitrate went right on abiout his bus
iness and : soon raced. Mllas into sub
mission.' He had It all to himself after
taklng r the last hedge and won \vlth
something to spare. Grafter came on
at' the end with a rush and easliy got
the show. ■ »■— ■'■■■- —
jockey Fulks, who had the mount on
tke winner, rated his mount-to-perfec
tion. The horse carried -172 pounds
I arid the boy was careful not to use his
charge up by setting any of the pace.
;, When the barrier was released Nitrate,
I full of life, wanted to make a runaway
race of it, but the: boy realized that the
'horse would soon' succumb if he at
tempted to lead the way for May Hol
laday, who was in with only 130 pounds.
, Fulks kept , Nitrate well up all the
"way, and as soon as he saw that Mllas
had enough ""ttrged his horse to the
front and won, without tiring him.
' This boy is one of the beat hurdlers on
• the. coast'and If there is" anything In a
horsei he jia sure to get it out without
wearing 'ihe animal down. ' '
j Gadfly, 'at (3( 3 : to I,' won the opening
event* of : the; day after breaking flat
footed.^ ';Lynch, who had .the mount,
worked his way to the front steadily,
arid catching. White. Stone, the favor :
it^iri -the" last hundred yards, passed
hi hi ljke a shot and scored, gqlng away
fafet. White Stone showed • the most
speed for>the first five furlongs. .Man
era, backed ,;for a good thing, finished
.-third. •• • ' :■ ' . . '
... ;;\ ' Descuento Wins ,
' ■'';* Henry McDtmlels' $6000 colt, Descu
" enloi A *you. the. second race by a length
fr6ni"T<eh'uilan, who in turn, finished
flft%4njJefl'gthS | in ( "'front of Edgecliffe.
De'sdnentA, Who. was held at 3 to. 10,
forced/a : sh,arp pace for. a quarter and
■' stolW-a sate; lead. Kehailan went right
after, the" leader and made him hustle
some the final sixteenth.
; Edjn borough, receding from 6 to 1 to
■■'. 10 to 1, and with hardly a supporter,
■,': -' c'aplured- the six furlongs sprint' in
: hEujdy^ fashion from Cerrp Santa; the
odds, on favorite. Funny Side, running
, lii^ trie colors of G. P. McNelll, was
'■■ third,' with Komombo fourth. Treuble
on Komojnbo appeared to ease his
■ mount up ''just before the wire was
V rfeached^and throw th,e.. show money
' &TVay. , JJmmy CoffeyJa Ocyrohe started
•aW ran -.a bad -race.' • ;'■', .■ ", ,1 y
; ,'P- MV^Jlehenor's Loretta M., backed
I from -£..;'s 17 to Bto B,' displayed a high
7 turn o*f 'speed In the fifth race and won
? the FrtetH-ahaieap at a^miie and a slx
". teenth (easily, with Requiter second
, arid [Sals- third. McDanlels' look"" his
mount to the front early and 'never
left the. result In doubt. Dugan on Re
qulter.i.was of no assistance ' to .'.'his
;• jmountiphd put up a very.^lldrrlde.'
Ar'ab6v;!iM\£ a w]ld hor.se yesterday
. and In going exactly to his liking cap
tured the closing event, without ex
■- tending himself much. He was well
supported und went to the post carry-
Ing a ton of the public's money. Dutl
fiti was second and Brlarthorpe third.
MaiiPia wkh the medium of a heavy
plunge lri' the fii-St race. She worked
three-fourths of a mile In 1:14% on
Thursday. To obtain a good price Me-
Comasjwag put aboard as the pilot and
■ messed things badly. Away poorly, he
was pocketed and shut off repeatedly
and put tip a weak finish, j This one will
about "cop" the next crack out of the
box, especially Oh & fast track.'
•JThe Gadfly was heavily played In the
pool ;i|6orns and it was reported that the
books' lost heavily on his victory.
1 :..VKansaß" , Price pulled off. another
J'jjood thing"! with Arabo in the last
race, who was backed from 11 to 5 to
1 I Tab ■ Joe • Kelly. This one will win
soon on a fast track. Ran a fair race
inlgoing not to his liking.
| Kdgecliffe, who started here for the
first time yesterday, is a. fine looking
coH 'and'wHen properly placed will
w|ii. ' •' •''■
Throw* out Traa\ptor'B ruce' yester
day, bb he cannot extend himself In the
will go well over the Jumps,
especial^ lover a distance 'of ground
and will fid better the next time out.
Tim Murphy, the crack, steeplechase
rider, had. . his first - mount this season
here^pn ' Canriell.' He met hU fate at
th^y first yjufnp, ■ when * the _: , hors^
HERALD RACING CHART
ASCOT r.AfIK. fJ»tmM»y, .fun. Jl.-Flf«y-flr«t <1»y. WMtner t\ouAy. Troek nioppy. A. W,
■ fUmtlton, PrMldln* iud|r».' Richard D*r»r, .Rt«rt»r. , '/.-•» ■ •
QQI FIRST RACE-8U furlong*. • B>lflng . 'ThfM-ytftr-oMil and upward. Value to flnt |32i,
Index. . Horn* Md Own«r. ■■ ■• ■ wt, Bt. H <& Btr. - Fin. JotKoy. Op. Cl.
"j94 Tn» Oiii^yT l' (w. Si. Tr1.*)..... 104 »?» Bh'»J IJ I.ynoh I t
27* WMI« fiton*. t (A. T* Amtln) '. 107 1 I.flt »l IS J4 Fullor ♦-» 14-5
sr, Mnnorn. .1 (F W. IWvIK) M 8 «n I h 4 1 3 2 Mfi'rnnm 6 t
170 IXmky fWret. ft (Mark*) 100 4 .1 Vi 4 1 58 4ti Mr.Danlel 10 20
290 .T<» Kelly, i (W. b. Mlll«rd) 101 tt% Ib h It H Minor 6 7
m Laura F. M., 6 (J. D. Mlllln) 11l tit »!tt7H «8 Flt«p«trlck « 10
... FalmlKt, 5 (Mint T«nnmt) , 11* * r, 1 «.1 (12 14 Prlnr « is
251 TAur»t«A Phllllplt, 4 (Ulnwvk).. r>7 I til 7 1 II lit r>rrln» 30 40
2«5 HnmxbrM, » (Htnh^nhmrl) «0 10 10 « h 0 1 «l MorUrlly. .7 11
21* Tifiiatrtx, 4 (Monrmrad Farm) 101 7 « 1 10 10 10 J. Ronh*r It 14
Pout \:44. At"piv«t 1 minute. Tim*— :»<i. :4»X. 1:15 V Oadfly pl«o» t," »ho* 1-2: ' WMHT
Stnno pl»p« 4-S. dhow f-5; M«n»ra 1. Winner b. p., », nonnlnnton-ConcMl. Trained by T.
Kotly. Ov»r«-Mirtit«-Ty>.i«trlt 3. PalmlDt >H. Maner* V,. J!om«bred i. The Gadfly 4,
Whit* Btono i. mart (rood. Won ranllyi-HMond nafht. i•' ■
Gadfly olwayn within Klrlktnir dlitane*. name r>n w°h«'n ready In the belt ftoln* and
raally wora dnwrt White Stone. lifttter fhowed all tha early, apeeri but quit. Manera' ran
her race. Kelly allowed early apeed. bulky labored In tha going. Tab thll one. Laura
F. M. of no present account. „ ■•' . _ -..'_••• '■
I/) 1 ) BF.OOND RACR-Flve. and a half furlont*. Purte. Thrcc-year-oidi. Value.- to flnt
OV* $325. • ■• •■ ' ■ •'•'■'
Index. Hone and Owner. Wt. Bt. tj H Btr. Fin. Jockey. | Op. 01.
("jS7) r)e»<.uentoTil (MrDanlel Co.) 114 J 1H )j" It'll TrTubel 3-10 M 0
tl» Kehatlan, 8 (.7. U Holland) ...107 4 54 22 9 8 2IS Fuller '4 II
... Bdffecllrr, « (8. Judge A Co.) ......107 3(1 « 118 In Otla 10 so.
3h7 Tramotor. S (Mrs. J. Rlute) 707 I Ih X (! 4« Miller 4 12
... SKrpti^. I (»wßrme«d Farm) 104 « is 114 ll t f 1 J. Rooker IS.' 100
... Ruckater Modi, 3 (Mlllln) ....102 1 3< .81 $1 » . Fltipatrlk 1» ISO
Poat *:oß.' At pfmt 6 mlnu<»«. Time— :2«4, :«*, HOD*, l:Vt%. De.aouenlo • 6iit plar». «nd
•how; Kehailan plo»» J-S. out ihowi. fldgecllff 1. Winner rh. g.. 1, The Judge-Maya 11.
Trained by owner.' Ov#rw»lthta-'K<hall«n 8J Kdgefcilff' IT," Bkeptlo 2, Ruckatet 1 Hodl BVi
Scratched — Taxer, Paiadena. Start good, i Won handily; aecond eaally..
Deaaucnto away well, picked the be*t< going and opened up a gap early. Treubel gave
him an eaay ride, and allowed Kehailan to ateal up on him on the inn Me. Roy had to.
ahaka -Deacnento up a trifle the laat alxteenth, Edgccilft' ,'ran a fair race and outgamed
Tramotor on tha end. tatter doea not particularly sara for mud. '
*A 4 THIRD RACE— One mile and a balf. The.' Inglewood Hurdle Handicap. Three-year-
OVO olda' and dpward. 11800 added. Value to flrat $1210.
Ino>x.' Horae and Owner. ' Wt. Bt. 4 % ' Str. Fin. Jockiy. Op. CL
(271) Nitrate, 6 (Mont Tennes) 17a 1 Iti II lh 12% riilkt 84 sr.
239 Milan, a (J. Hanna) 17« 211 It 25 22 Sullivan 2 7-2
... Grafter, a (Rlaalngame Rr.)..i 14i t I 44 410 SO Rernhard 4 «
271 (.'aaador, B (Mra. C. V. Tupper) 133 144 8i 88 415 Tully li 7
211 May Holladay, 4 (Stubenbord) 120 6 8 5 S 5 5 Mcßride 12 10
... Can Nell, S (C. Royd A Co.) 130 8 Fell aecond Jump. ' T. Murphy 8 11
Poat 2:35. At post 4 minutes. Time— :2B, :M. lIH, lIM, 2:22Vt,. 2:814. Nitrate place 8-! i,
fhnvr 1-3: Milan place t-t, ahow 2-5; Grafter ahow i-t. Winner b. h.. ft. Tea Tray-Nineveh.
Trained by 11. J. Durnell. Scratched— Allegiance, Ruth'a Rattler. Start good. Won eaally;
•erond aame. ■ . • • • ■ • ' ■:.'■■
Nitrate liked the going and tha weight did not aaem to bother Mm. He. kept with the
Mcemaker, Holladay, and on the end eaalty shook oft Milan. Letter waa right there
but aeemed to be laboring. Pulled up lame. Grafter Hesitated at fences. Came atoutly at
the end. Holladay will do later on.
lil/l FOURTH RACK-Slx furlongs. Selling. Three-year-olds and upward. Value to .first
OVt UK. .
Index. Horae and Owner. . Wt. St. ',4 % Btr. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
294 Edinborough, a (H. Stover) 110 2 11 12 1 M 1 114 Fuller - ft 12
K7 Cerro Banta, a (Mrs. Jones) 110 12h 34 2I ft 2 4 McDanlel 3-S 3-r.
163 Funny Side, 4 (McNeil) .' 09 64 3ft 42 42 3 H Hulllvnn 5- a
294 Komombo, 4 (Parker A T,)i 105 383 2h 33 47 Treubel 4 7-2
/... Ocyrohe, 4 (Mrs. J. Ooffey) 10«.4 6 5 6 'E Kent 8 15
Post 3:10. At pest 2 minutes. Time— :24ft. :49. I:lsft. Gdlnborough place 3, ahow 7-10;
Santa place 1-4, out ahow; Funny 3-5. Winner blk. h.. a, Albert-Mol Mllol. Trained by
J. M. Shields. Scratched— St. Wlnlfrlde, Klftn King, Chub. Overweights— Komombo 3. Start
good. Won eaally; aecond same.
Edinborough reveled In the going today. Was taken out to the front early and held hla
field safe all the way, Cerro about ran hla race. Funny Side ran her race. Waa lucky to be
third. Komombo victim of bad ride. Boy deliberately yanked her head oft a few yanla
from wire. , '
one FIFTH RACE— One mile and a sixteenth. Free Handicap. Three-year-olds and up-
OVO ward. Value to first $400.
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt St. ft % Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
266 Loretta M.. 3 (Tichenor Co.) 91 2 1 1<& 1 2ft lft 1 lft McDanlel 2 8-5
GJ6S) Requiter. 4 (8. M. Williams) ...105 4 31 2 1 2 3 2 2ft Dugan 5-2 2
292 Salß, 4 (Mrs. J. Hlute) , 9ii 1,4 4 33 34 W. Miller 8-5 9-5
(266) Ralph Reese, 3 (Cushlng)... 88 323 32 4 4 R. Fisher 6 fi
Post 3:36. . At post 2 minutes. Time— :24Vi. :4f!i, l:U«i. IM2. - I(4B'A. Ixiretta place 1-2:
Requiter place 3-6; all out ahow. Winner blk. f.. 3, Pirate of Penxance-Fcrtlle. Trained by
H. McDanlel. Scratched— Princess Tulane, Emperor of India, Hlch Chancellor, Schoolmate,
Arabo. Start good. Won easily; second same. .-
Race had a 'screwy look. Loretta was taken to the front at the rise of the barrier
and was never headed. Requiter made a bid on, the atretch bend and ran over Reese on
his own courage. Dugan did not appear to persevere when the pinch came, and altogether
It looked like a mild ride. Sals about ran hla ract. Recta outclassed.
oft/: SIXTH RACE— One mile and seventy yards. Selling. . Three-year-olds and upward.
«JUU value to first $325.
Ir.dex. Horse and Owner. < , Wt. St. ft % Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl.
280 Arabo, 6 (W. S. Price) 1 108 1 11 111 11 12 M. Lynch 8-5 6-5
(293) Dutiful, 4 (P.- Murphy) ...99 421 in 21 21 Morlarlty 2 8
287 Brlarthorpe, 4 (Wernberg)..,...::'. lor, s 4 n 42 4 lft 3 7 Perrlne 2 3
'280 Blissful, 6(U A. Bonsack) 10!) 2'S 3ft 31 4ft McDanlel 6 it
270 Hersaln, 3 (B. Schrelber).., 87 B 3 h 5 6 S W. Miller 6 12
Foat 4:05.1 At poat 1 minute. Time— :24ft, :49ft, 1:15, 1:43, I:47ft. Arabo place 1-2; Dutiful
place 4-5; all out ahow. Winner eh. h., 6, Nomad-Charm. Trained by T. Kelly. Scratched—
Watercurp,. Start good. , Won 'easily; aecond handily. : . ( ■•/.? .'"i . . . ;■•»■
' 'Arabo got away flying' and made every post a winning one. Dutiful hung on gamely and
stood a" long," hard drive through' the stretch. Brlarthorpe ran a good race. Closed reso
lutely but a trifle too late. Blissful hung on longer than' usual In this kind ot going.
blundered and fell heavily. Murphy
fractured, his collarbone and badly
cut about the back of the head.
.Ocyrohe was so stiff and sore that
him to start.
May Holladay in her first effort as
a timber topper showed a lot of early
speed, but htt herself at the fifth jumj)
and was pulled up. This one will earn
brackets at this game.
J. K. Frayllng bought" for C. Stuben
bofd, jr., from Joseph James Wee Gill
and Daisy Brouck for $1000.
Al Koetngsberg, acting for H. Mc-
Daniels, trainer for H. M. Tichenor &
Co., bought High Chancellor from
Green B. Morris for $2500."
Requlte'r's race was not up to h'ts
best form and should be thrown out,
as Dugan made a very feeble effort on
Treubel on Komombo pulled . up his
mount in the last fifty yards and was
nipped out by Funny Side for the show
money. Komombo did not show his true
form yesterday and can do better.
Edinborough made a runaway race
of the fourth and showed a wonderful
reversal of form. In his last race he
was. beaten by an Inferior lot, but yes
terday at the good odds of 13 to 1 h.i
came home easily.
• Funnyslde is worth remembering. She
was the victim of an incompetent rider
and looks good and fit to win soon.
Buckster Hodl showed some early
speed for a half, and when put where
he belongs will be closer up.
L. Struber, an Erie, Pa., millionaire
and a great admirer of the turf who 18
now at Oakland, will visit Los Angeles
In the near future.' Mr. Strutxsr Is In
terested financially In many business
ventures with E. E. Smathers, the lat
ter famous as the owner of many
equine stars, McChesney among others
having carried his colors.
"Chick" Neel, a well known rider on
the middle western tracks, died re
cently at a small town In New Mexico.
Neel rode at the Denver meeting last
summer and wan ruled off for rough
Ed Qetchell has purchased Diderot
from Eddie Carey.
j One . o/ . the . Sunday papera ,tn the
north ran a picture of a group of
horses, und probably for the want of
something better to carry th« picture,
the Btory is written that horaeß cannot;
be recognized from their photograph's. I
The story also went so far as to say.
that owners cannot distinguish their,
own horses In the best of photographs.
All horses may look alike, to some peo.
pie,, but In justice to a brother turtj
wrihe It must be said that the turf;
writer on tjiat paper was 1 not . reapon-,
sible for the squib. ' ■■ JCs, to|
apples that he could name every hor««j
In the group, and -as - for people not'
being able to j recog nice , photograph*,!
that la simply rldlpuloua. . ,
, There are qver JOO horses, at the Ascot j
track that have won rac««. Any one of.
a dosen men who watch horses and|
"clpf k" .thjeijf^ jyprkoutn^wlH;^ bet^f 100^
LOS ANGELES HERALD? SUMDAV MORNING, JANUARY aa, 1905.
that they can take photographs bf 100
horses and write, the. correct name of
the thoroughbred on the back of each.
M. J. Daly's Claude, who ran oscond
in the Lissak handicap yesterday at
Oakland and the winner of many Derby
races in 1903, is one of the few 3-year
olds that came back as a 4-year-old
and showed improvement over his pre
vious year's performances. As a 3
year-old he won a dozen races, and
some of them were Derbies, which
brought his winnings for the season of
1903 up to $31,900. He won fourteen
races during the season, and as seven
of them were of much value his total
earnings for the year amounted to $22.
180. Claude now gets the name of the
"iron' horse," and has been in almost
constant training for two years.
For the last three winters he has
been on the Pacific coast and has been
raced during the summer months in the
middle states and also on thy eastern
tracks. His first victory last year was
January 10, when he won the Owners'
handicap at Oakland. This race was
his preparation for the Palace -Hotel
handicap, which he added to his many
other victories. He raced at Memphis,
but It was not until near the close ot
the meeting that he recovered his old
form and won a handicap and a stake
event. .! . :
He was then sent to Kansas City and
won the Elmridge handicap. He con
tinued on his travels to Toronto, where.
he won the king Edward hotel gold cup.
Fort Erie next saw him, and he won a
handicap and a stake event. He was
then shipped to Saratoga and won an
overnight event, but was disqualified.
Claude's next victory was the Toronto
cup during the fall meeting. He won
another race at Toronto and then was
shipped to Kansas City, where he added
another race. Late In the fall he wan
sent to California and has won the
Christmas and Thanksgiving day hand
icaps and an overnight event. Claude
is now In his* best form and has run
good races on fast and heavy trucks.
Cash Sloan In Italy
Cash Sloan is located at last. .He has
gone to Italy with D, 'Relff, an elder
brother . of Lester and Johnny Relff,
who will train one of the biggest
stables racing in that country. Cash
probably will do the^ riding for the
stable. Johnny Relff will spend the
winter In Italy.
"I believe Johnny would have been at
the head of the winning riders' list in
France last year If he had worked dur
ing the entire season," an American
who was abroad last season Is quoted
as saying. "He did not begin riding
until August, and had about sixty win
ners to his credit at the end of the
season. He rode In great form and
had lost npne of his popularity with
the racing public.
"I don't believe there la a doubt but
Henry Shields will get a license next
year. He was not ruled off, you know,
but his license was simply revoked. But
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three or four weeks after this, action
was taken it was rescinded, inasmuch
as he was allowed to gallop horses. He
has been signed next year by Veil
Plcard, who Is on the inside in racing
affairs, and would hardly have made
such an engagement had he not known
how ' matters stood. There was, ]
think some prejudice in the ruling
Hoodoo of American
While It may have escaped public
attention, it is none the less a fact
that there Is a remarkable fatality con
nected with the horses finishing one,
two, three In the American Derby.
Taking a look at them all In. retro
spect it will be seen that Highball,
which "Bud" May got under the wire
first in the last American Derby, broke
his leg while running in the Sea Gate
stakes at Brighton Beach last summer,
and had to be destroyed. Robert Wad
dell, which won the classic event three
years ago, owned by the famous "Vir
ginia Pa" Bradley, dislocated his shoul
der not long ago and was put to death.
The good colt Parader, who belonged
to R. T. Wilson, jr., and which had
the honor of being the only colt to beat
J. R. Keene's famous Commando,
which finished third to Robert Waddell
in the Derby. Parader had to be de
stroyed because of a disease in the feet
which caused them to rot.
Then came Wyeth, winner of the
event two years ago. He developed
rheumatism shortly after his great vic
tory, and has been out of the racing
game ever since.
JABEZ WHITE IS NOT
EASY, SAYS O'ROURKE
Predicts That Britt Will Have His
Hands Full In Defeating the
'Those who think that Jimmy Brltt
will have an easy time with Jabez
White," says Tom O'Rourke, ' "reckon
without considering Charley Mitchell's
good judgment as to fighters. Mitchell
predicted th*at Joe Bowker would beat
Frankle Nell. That waa contrary to
what most people thought.
"I know that Mitchell was very
anxious to make a match for White
with Young Corbett before he was
beaten by Battling Nelson. Corbett
preferred to take on Nelson, whom he
had picked as an easy mark, but with
disastrous results. Now Corbett says
he can knock out White In ten rounds.
If they fight It might be another case
of Battling Nelson.
"Mitchell will bring White to this
country if he consents to make the trip.
White Is In business In England and
may not see his way clear to come over
here to fight. At any rate, Mitchell
1b a shrewd observer and a good Judge
of pugilists. Ido not think It likely
that he would bother with a 'dead one, 1
White Is very clever and a hard hitter.
He may not beat Britt, If they meet,
but, banking on Mitchell's judgment, I
thing the Englishman will give Brltt a
Ball Game Postponed
Owing io the muddy condition. of the
diamond, the winter league baseball
game scheduled to occur this afternoon
at Chutes park has. been postponed. |i
RUNS ONE, TWO
ELLIOTT FIRST IN IN LISSAK,
WITH CLAUDE SECOND
Latter Packs 135 Pounds and Runs a
Sensational Race — Sea Air and
Halnault the Winning
Special to Tho Herald.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21.— The
Daly stable ran one two in the Lissak
handicap, the feature event at Oak
land this Rfternoon, which was worth
$3200 to the winner.
Elliott finished a long neck in front of
Claude, but the latter horse would
have won in a couple more strides.
Claude ran one of the most phenomenal
races ever seen in California and
horsemen here consider him the best
horse racing at any of the winter
tracks. Eight horses faced the starter
In the handicap.
Walter Jennings' Letola was backed
Into joint favoritism with the Dalv
Duo of Elliott and Claude. Bombard
ier and Judge, coupled in the betting
had good support.
tietola got away first and led her
field past the first tuny with \V. R.
Condon, an added . starter, following
In close pursuit. These two cut out
a terrific pace and led their field by
four or five lengths, along the back
stretch, while Judge and Military Man
led the others. Letola .and W. R.
Condon began to fade away In tho
stretch, when Elliott came along and
won by. a long, neck | from his stable
companion Claude. W. P. Condon took
the small end of the stake.
Claude ran a grand race, consider
ing his Impost of 135 pounds. .Last
to leave the post, he was rushed Into
third place before the quarter pole
had been reached, when he was crowd
ed Into the bad going, and he was
compelled to go wide at the stretch
turn. With six lengths to overcome
Claude mowed down his field In won
derful style . and would have passed
his stable companion, Elliott, In an
other stride or two.
Flying Torpedo led in the mile and a
furlong race from start to finish al
though Stlllcho and Barrack were
crowding him the last sixteenth. Fly-
Ing Torpedo was as good as 10 to 1
in the betting. Sea Air and Huinau'.t
were the winning favorites, both land-
Ing In easy fashion.
Five . furlongs— Yellowstone, 10?,
(Davis) 4 to 1, won;. Educate, 106,
(Chandler) 7 to 1. second; Doublet,
100, (L. Fountain) 13 to 1, third. Tim*.
1:04 1-4. . The Hawaiian, Bummer,
SUlcate, Trapsetter, Karabel and Lap
tdus also ran.
Three and v half furlongs— Aeheiita,
107, (Bell) 9 to 1, won; F. W. Barr,
110, (Jones) 5 to 1, second;' I'm Joe,
110, (Michaels) 6 to 1, third. Time,
:44 1-4. Syphon Girl, Bellona, George
A. Knight, Yearning, Captain .Burnett
and No vi also ran... .. \ •.-.'.■;«*,
Seven furlongs— Halnault, 106 (Davis)
7 to 10, won; Red Cross Nurse, 97 (Sul
livan) 6 to I, 'second; The Fretter, 100,
(Mcßride) 16 to 1, third. Time, 1:31.
Anvil, Tarn O.'Shanter, Dr. . Sherman,
and Scotch Lad also ran.
One mile — The Lissak handicap, purse
$1-000 added— Elliott, 111, (Alarie) 7 to
2, won; Claude, 120, (W. Daly) 7 to 2,
second; W. R. Condon, 112 (Anderson)
21 to 5, third. Time, 1:44%. Letola,
Military Man, Gateway, Bombardier
and Judge also ran.
Mile and a quarter— Flying Torpedo,
90 (Barrett) 8 to 1, won; Stilicho, 104,
(Chandler) 14 to 1, second; Barrack, 99.
(Knapp) 4 to 1, third. Time) 2:13.
Briers* Modicum and Hark also ran.
Mile and 100 yards— Sea Air, 103,
(Knapp) 12 to 5, won; Yada, 108, (Da
vis) 10 to 1, second; Ara, 108, (Mcßride)
sto 1, third. Time, 1:52. Hooligan,
Lady Goodrich, Head Dance,' Big
Beach, M. A. Powell and Arisbe also
New Orleans Winners
By Associated Prisa
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 21,— Results:
One mile— Canicon,' won; Bengal, sec
ond; Glendon, third.-, Time, 1:45.
Three and one-half furlongs — Mar
pessa, won; Inspector Girl, second; Lit
tle Rose, third. Time, :45.
Five furlongs— Poseur, won; Viherlne,
second; Lucy Young, third: Time,
Live Oak Handicap, seven furlongs—
Gayboy, won; Phil Finch, second; De
Reazke, third. Time, 1:29.
One mile— Joe Lesser, won; Monte
bank, second; Merry Acrobat,' third.
Time, 1:45 3-6.
Mile and three-quarters— George Viv
ian, won; Hymettus, second; Stonewall,
third. Time, 3:09. "V^'
Results at Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Jan. 21.— Essex
Park results: . • • •
Three furlongs— Mint Boy, won; Bel
den, second; Sago, third. Time, :3S.
Five and one-half furlongs — Bendlgo,
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won; Hagamaril\ second; Maceona,'
third. • Time, 1:12. . ' j .• . : i
Six furlongs — Wild won;
Van Ness, second; 'Ruby C, "third.;.
Mile and an eighth, Eastman Hotel
stakes, selling— Canteen, won; : Never ;
Such, Becond; ' Judge ■. Himes, third.
Time, 1:58%. •/"; t ;, r k. :
Seven furlongs— Critical, won; Irish;
Jewel, second; Courant, third. '.Time,*:
1:32. ■■; ' ii'
Mile and ah eighth— Florlzel, won';'; 1
Ben Hay wood, second; Turrando, third.'
Time, 1:58*4. .; ' ■ ■ ■'•. '. ' *'. [':.
DOMINICK AT NEW ORLEANS
Well Known Jockey Will Ride for S.
C. H I Id ret h
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 21.— EddU
Domlnlck," the well - known .Jockey, 1
who rode at San Francisco • early ta
the season. Is In New Orleans and has
signed for the no?|t eleven month*
with S. C. Hlldreth. , . > - ' •
Domlnlck was welcomed ' by ■ a iium- f
ber of friends made here in , former
years. .. The jockey. Is weighing* 110
pounds now, and intends to keep down
to If during the meet. ■ . ;