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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, April 1, 1929 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1929 drf1929040101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, April 1, 1929 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1929 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  American Derby 1929: Entries For Notable Race Close Monday, April 15.; Nominations Also Due For Six Other Features--Washington Park Improvements. AMERICAN DERBY 1929 Entries For Notable Race Close Monday April 15 Nominations Also Due For Six SixOther Other Features Washington WashingtonPark Park Improvements The Airierican Derby from 1884 to 1904 in ¬ clusive the greatest of American racing spec ¬ tacles in this country appears destined to be restored to its former glory and prestige once more taking rank with the foremost of stake races run annually on the North American continent This year as was an ¬ nounced some time ago the American Derby will be run at Washington Park with an in ¬ creased value of 30000 added and a silver trophy Entries for this notable race and six other features offered by the Washing ¬ ton Park Jockey Club will close Monday April 15 Besides the Derby the 10000 added Francis S Peabody Memorial the 510000 added Illinois Oaks the Robert M Sweitzer Handicap Thomas Curran Memorial Debutante Stakes and Washington Park Handicap each with 5000 added are the other stellar events carded for decision dur ¬ ing the 1929 spring meeting at Washington Park ParkWhen When the announcement was made that the American Derby would be run at Wash ¬ ington Park this year it was likewise made known that the Homewood course would he remodeled and greatly improved The work was started last fall and continued through ¬ out the winter whenever the weather per ¬ mitted Much progress has been made and everything will be completed long bfore the scheduled meeting at that course courseThe The grandstand has been enclosed at the north south and west ends and the mutuels booths will be located in an addition built on the west side of the structure to be reached by the ramps from any part of the grand ¬ stand INNOTATION IJf CLUBHOUSE CLUBHOUSEThe The new clubhouse marks an innovation in race track construction haying a bleacher on the roof of the main part of the buildings with a large dining and rest rooms at the southwest corner of the building The pa ¬ vilion that was formerly in front of the temporary clubhouse has been moved and will be used as a bleacher bleacherThe The floors of the grandstand have been raised and paved with brick an improve ¬ ment over the crushed stone floors in the old stand The paddock has been placed to the rear and south of the stand and club ¬ house houseAlong Along the inside rail the landscape garden ¬ ers have done a lot of work to help beautify the center of the course Hundreds of ever ¬ greens and thousands of shrubs and bushes have been set out outThe The Illinois Central has rushed the work on the electrification into the grounds and the public will be carried right to the en ¬ trance of the stand making Washington Park one of the most accessible of all race tracks tracksA A new station and loading platform will be built and additional parking space has been prepared to take care of a greater num ¬ ber of cars A new road in the south end of the grounds has been graded and is ready for surfacing surfacingWhen When completed new Washington Park should prove to be one of the most modern of race tracks and a befitting place for the running of the American Derby Arlington Park Directors ARLINGTON PARK DIRECTORS The directorate of the reorganized Ameri ¬ can National Jockey Club which has taken over Arlington Park comprise the follow ¬ ing Charles A McCulloch chairman of the board Otto W Lehmann president Laur ance Armour Roy D Keehn Weymouth Kirkland and John R Thompson Jr vice presidents Roy Carruthers secretary Leonard S Florsheim treasurer John D Hertz chairman Leonard S Florsheim Otto W Lehman Charles A McCulloch and John R Thompson Jr the executive committee Besides the above the board of directors is made up of Edwin N DAncona Paul E Gardner Charles F Glore Charles S Pearce Earl H Reynolds Lawrence F Stern Silas N Strawn Thomas H Wilson Albert D Lasker Warren Wright William M Wright and Britton I Budd Jenkins Ships To Bowie JENKINS SHIPS TO BOWIE BAYARD Fla March 30 G F Jenkins who is second in the list of the Keeney Park meetings winning owners has arranged to transfer his stable of thirteen horses to Bowie Sunday morning Saturday Jenkins added Quick Stick to his stable trading Mikado to Dr J H ODonnell for that horse Ready For Bugle At Bowie: Over 1,500 Horses Assembled in the Baltimore-Washington Area for Maryland Racing Season Beginning Tuesday at Prince Georges Park BOWIFiifjrii READY FOR BUGIF AT BOWIF iifjrii 1 ir 11 UUUJULj f I LIU I JULa Over 1500 Horses Assembled in the Baltimore Washington WashingtonArea Area for Maryland Racing Season Beginning BeginningTuesday Tuesday at Prince teorges Park BALTIMORE Mdf March 30 Above 1500 horses have assembled in the BaltimoreWashington racing area for the Maryland spring racing the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association will inaugurate at Prince Georges Park Bowie Tuesday April 2 with a revival of the 5000 Inaugural Handicap a dash of three quarters for threeyearolds and over as a salutatory feature Some 900 of these are at Bowie and the tributary halfmile course at Marlboro ten miles away There are a couple of hundred at Benning twelve miles to the south another couple of hundred at Pimlico and smaller colonies at private training places in the neighborhood of the Laurel and Bowie courses It would hardly be correct to say that all are ready but a big majority are and all are rapidly coming to form That the racing at Bowie which will continue eleven days with revivals of the 2500 Bowie Kindergarten a sprint of half a mile for twoyearolds the 2500 Capitol Handicap a dash of seveneighths for threeyearolds and the Prince Georges Spring Handicap a 5000 gallop of one mile and a sixteenth for threeyearolds and over as additional features and the distribution of about 170000 altogether in purses will be keen may be taken for granted grantedPrince Prince Georges Park newest of Marylands great courses is situated midway between Baltimore and Washington on the interurban electric railroad It is reached by a system of the finest hardsurfaced highways to be found along the Atlantic seaboard With a back stretch extension that permits races of seveneighths and under around one turn the track is one of the best mile tracks in the East The splendid new grandstand that arose two years back out of the ashes of the old wooden structure set up in 1014 which seats 12500 and shelters comfortably as many more is conceded to be one of the finest in the country The stabling is up to the highest standards Since the construc ¬ tion of this stand which cost upward of 650000 Bowie has rivaled old Pimlico in popularity popularityThe The impending meeting will be supported by all or parts of the stables of such repre ¬ sentative sportsmen and sportswomen as Harry Payne Whitney Walter J Salmon Richard T Wilson J Edwin Griffith Ed ¬ ward Beale McLean Admiral Gary T Gray son Samuel Ross Capt Philip M Walker Harrison Nesbit Jefferson Livingston Ber ¬ nard B Jones George Wingfield Ral Parr Frank Bonsai Jr John Farrell Jr Breck inridge Long William Garth Ralph Free Continued on twelfth page New Rules Adopted: Radical Changes in Kentucky Racing Laws This Year.; New Officials, Dates for Dade Park and Starter's Instructions Acted Upon at Meeting. NEW RULES ADOPTED Radical Changes in Kentucky Rac ¬ ing Laws This Year New Officials Dates for Bade BadePark Park and Starters Instructions InstructionsActed Acted Upon at Meeting LEXINGTON Ky March 30 The Ken ¬ tucky State Racing Commission at a meeting here today gave final approval to the addi ¬ tion of a number of new rules to the code under which the sport is conducted in this state granted a license and racing dates to the Bade Park Jockey Club approved offi ¬ cials for the coming spring and fall meetings at Latonia Churchill Downs and the local Kentucky Association track and appointed a committee on licenses for the year yearThe The attending commissioners Polk Laf foon chairman William E Smith and S S Combs together with Charles E Lewis sec ¬ retary convened in the new local offices of the board at the Kenutcky Association track Commissioners Frazer Lebus and Theodore E Mueller were absent absentIn In submitting officials for the coming year the Churchill Downs Latonia and local track heads offered slightly changed lists from the previous year new officials having been obtained for the positions formerly held by N H McClelland and J S Wallace Both named officials had served as placing judges at the three major tracks and in addition McClelland was clerk of scales and Wallace entry clerk clerkJ J Sherman Goodpaster secretary of Churchill Downs Inc and the Latonia Jockey Club Samuel H McMeekin director of publicity for the same tracks and Law ¬ rence Bogenschutz for some time employed in the racing departments at Latonia and Louisville were selected to assume the duties formerly handled by McClelland and Wallace WallaceNo No other change in officials from those that served last year was announced announcedFor For Churchill Downs and Latonia the fol ¬ lowing officials were approved by the com ¬ mission Stewards C F Price T C Brad ¬ ley S C Nuckols and Elijah Hogg placing judges W H Shelley J S Goodpaster and S H McMeekin starter William Hamilton racing secretary W H Shelley handicap pers C F Price and W T Shelley clerk of scales C H McMeekin paddock judge J H Chawk patrol judge W E Phillips timer S K Hughes entry clerk L Bogen schutz schutzFor For Lexington Stewards T C Bradley and J J Graddy placing judges W H Shelley J S Goodpaster and L Bogenschutz starter William Hamilton racing secretary Continued on twelfth page Last Call For Licenses LAST CALL FOR LICENSES Trainers and riders are advised by Charles W Bidwill secretary of the Illinois Turf As ¬ sociation 31 East Congress Street Chicago that April 1 is the time limit for obtaining licenses on the basis of 10 After April 1 the cost is 25 The cost of a license for an ap ¬ prentice rider now 1 will be 10 after April 1 1Secretary Secretary Bidwill states that the response so far exceeds the number of 1928 applica ¬ tions High Strung's Leg Fills: Trainer Odom Uncertain as to Seriousness of Injury--Believed Slight. HIGH STRUNGS LEG FILLS Trainer Odom Uncertain as to toSeriousness Seriousness of Injury Believed Slight NEW YORK N T March 30 George Odom stated yesterday that it would be im ¬ possible to determine the seriousness of the injury sustained by the double futurity win ner High Strung when he cast himself the other day until next Tuesday or Wednesday The colt cast himself and his left foreleg is filled He is eating reguarly and Dr Crawford the veterinary surgeon is of the same opinion that I am that the injury is not a serious one continued the trainer The injured member is being treated with an iodine solution and according to his attend ¬ ants is responding to the treatment in a sat ¬ isfactory manner mannerThe The injury to the colt cast gloom over the barn The boys and men visit him in his stall frequently and the horse appears to like the visits He is playful in his box and takes a lively interest in what is happening around him himYesterday Yesterday was an offday at the Odom barn and little outdoor work was scheduled The two recent arrivals from Havana Yegg man and Forger were given threeeighths breezes Jockey L McAtee who is due to report Monday for work notified Odom that his son was suffering from the croup and that he would leave him in Florida for sev ¬ eral additional weeks weeksJames James Gaffney who races a stable in charge of Jack Odcm was a visitor yester ¬ day morning He is satisfied with the outlook for the coming year End At Keeney Park: Whimsical Lucky Play Triumphs in Carling Hotel Handicap.; Necromancer Second and Sun God II. Third--Boris Unplaced Before Meeting's Largest Crowd. END AT KEENEY PARK Whimsical Lucky Play Triumphs in Carling Hotel Handicap Necromancer Second and Sun God II Third Boris Unplaced Be ¬ fore Meetings Largest Crowd BAYARD Fla March 30 Lucky Play the whimsical son of Fair Play which does his best only when he can be convinced that his rider does not care to have him extend himself turned in another of his consistent efforts at Keeney Park today to take the Carling Hotel Handicap and win a massive silver service for his owner G F Jenkins Lucky Plays victory was made possible through the clever riding of jockel Earl Taylor who had him away in the lead and kept him there throughout under mild re ¬ straint which cajoled the gelding into the belief that he was running away It was a horse race throughout to the keen delight of the greatest crowd that had thronged Keeney Park during the meeting The grandstand and lawn were packed with humanity while even standing room was at a premium on the spacious club house veranda verandaLucky Lucky Play raced into the lead followed during the early running by Sun God II and Necromancer with W Fronk on Boris con ¬ tent to rate along in fourth place At the half mile post there was a general closing up in which Sun God II suffered because of his rail position He was forced back to fourth place while Boris moved up to dispute Lucky Plays lead One clip of Taylors whip followed immediately by a tightened rein and Lucky Play moved off into the slight lead which he found no difficulty in holding from Necromancer at the end The latter was driving to the limit to withstand Sun God ILs determined but belated challenge It was a tired Boris that finished fourth in advance of Clarie stablemate of the winner and Congo II owned by the Harned Brotlieljsf whose colors Boris carried ti tiPJIESENTS PJIESENTS COCKTAIL SEIIVICE James Lynch manager of the Carling Hotel of Jacksonville presented the cocktail service to owner Jenkins JenkinsManager Manager Lynch has long been an ardent devotee of racing through his association with hotels at New Orleans and other cities where racing has been conducted during the last fifteen years yearsRendezvous Rendezvous well selected favorite in the opening number led home a big field of sprinters winning from Coloratura in handy style Outpaced by Bavelle Fronk for the first half the son of Tryster and Crimson Rambler moved up on the far turn and forg ¬ ing into a slight lead on the stretch turn held the fast coming Coloratura safe in the final test Coloratura came with fine speed after being among the second division and beat Bavelle Fronk for second money Tommy Foster and Complication both weakened after a good halfmile George E Phillips the winner owner was presented with a hand ¬ some silver cup by the owners of the Big Store in Jacksonville JacksonvilleSpanish Spanish Princess running in the colors of her new owner J H Edwards scored her second consecutive victory when she gained the decision in the second race over one mile and a sixteenth The winner was a well liked second choice C Turk had the mount and he displayed good horsemanship He got his mount away with an advantage and allowing Romp to go out and set the pace kept his mount in close touch with the leader to the halfmile post where he sent her into the lead and Spanish Princess coming down the home stretch with undiminished speed easily outstayed Saints Fancy The latter raced Romp into defeat and set sail for the leader Near the eighth post Saints Fancy loomed up dangerous but Turk gave the leader a touch of the whip and she bounded away from her rival Solo coming fast on the outside got up in time to account for third place Romp and Immernoch quit badly Grand Bay was never much of a factor factorFALL FALL IX FOUHTJI HACE HACEA A bad looking fall resulted in the running of the juvenile race when Texas Longhorn running in fourth place as the field swung into the home stretch stumbled and fell and Chicago Lad following close behind collided with him and also went down M Knight on Texas Longhorn and J Guerra astrido Chicago Lad were both thrown violently and had to be removed to the track hospital where an examination disclosed that they were uninjured outside of a severe shaking up The race went to Andra the favorite which raced in close proximity to Blind Pal the pacemaker to the threeeighths post Continue on twelfth imge Page 2 Daily Racing Form Here and There on the Turf Daily Racing Form Handicaps: Tijuana Kentucky Derby: Twenty-Fifth Running 1899 Manuel Daily Racing Form Charts: Keeney Park Page 3 Tijuana TIJUANA TIJUANA MEXICO SATURDAY MARCH 30 1929 Tijuana 1 Mile One hundred and sixth day Ti ¬ juana Jockey Club Winter meeting of 107 days V7cathsr cloudy Presiding Steward Francis Nelson Associate Stewards L J Rcse Marshall Cassidy and J B Campbell Judges G V Schilling and J S Rotuert Starter Marshall Cassiuy Racing Secretary J B Campbell Racing starts at 140 p m Chicago time 310 p in W indicates whin S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate horse date tract record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice iiilcwance O ET Cg FIRST RACE 34 Mile Old Dutch March 17 1929 laOVs 4 109 Purse 600 3 O J fiJoTK yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 425 second 100 third 50 Mnr3029TIj fourth 25 Claiming price 1000 Index Horses VI z Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 35182 THE SQUIRE 3 wn 3 97 9 2 I I1 I1 I1 C Lyon S Polk Polk6i 170100 35204 MONTELLO w 5 109 10 6 6i 4 4 2U C Critchfd C L Caldwell 4SO100 NG w 6 114 2 4 3 = 3 i 3 3i D Hurlbrt J T Strito 1110100 ON w 4 112 7 7 81 7J 61 4i W Barrett L Bancroft 400100 35182 INA D w 3 91 68 5 51 5i 5 1C Russell F S Do Voin Voin2J G260100 352543 COMN DENOMRwB 5 114 14 1 2J 2 2 = Gi W Cooler 13 E Watsou 1G30100 34858 BETTY MALONEY w 7 107 3 3 71 f1 7 = 7h H Louman G Tompras 1620100 34023 PRIVATE SETH w 6 114 110 11 101 83 S P Garrity E McCown McCown13J 840103 35120 OMARSAN wn 3 103 511 13J 14 10 9 C Miller M E Syufy Syufy9i 700100 34 857 WAR CASTLE w 5 112 11 9 9i 9 i 9 10 = E Steffen Buchanan Bros 12G20100 35251 DAVIS JR w G 103 12 13 14 ISUU 11s T Wilson E Linnell t 35204 MISS EMMERT w 7 112 S 12 May C Jcnnacaro t t3OSi 3OSi 35254 i Mi MY JJAIJIJI DADDY w 8 s 114 in 4 45 a i su 13 IS1 J Wood W G Jenkins t 35254 PEPPER BANK WB 4 113 13 11 10i llh 14 14 D Lyons C Dietz t ttMnttiel tMnttiel field Tima 23 47 112 Track fast S2 HUTUELS PAID EQUIVALENT BOOKING ODDS ODDSTHE THE SQUIRE 5 540 S 320 260 170 100 60 100 30 100 100MONTELLO MONTELLO 540 3EO 170 100 60 100 100SHASTA SHASTA KING 320 60 100 100Winner Winner Ch s by Flittergold Nobility by Nassovian trained by S Polk bred by Himyar Stud Winner entered to bi claimed for 51003 51003WENT WENT TO POST 133 AT POST 4 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow for all but Omarsin Won easily second and third driving drivingTHE THE SQUIRE soon raced into tho lead and saving ground on the turns led to the finish MONTELU was racing gamely at the end SHASTA KING raced close up and finished fairly well MOUNT ELGON closed a gap gamely COMMON DENOMINATOR came very wide on the stretch turn OMARSAN began poorly poorlyScratched Scratched 35204 Try Me 110 35254 Prospecta 110 35185 Cacique 104 34325 Silent Partner 109 109Overweights Overweights Ina D 1 pound Omarsau 3 O ETJ CEr SECOND RACE 1 116 Miles Marchu Jan 13 1929 143 4 105 Purse 700 3 OQ OQtJS tJS yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 480 second 125 third 65 Mar3029Tij fourth 30 Claiming price 300 Index Horses AWtPPSti Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 37 = ROSEATE II WB 9 111 5 3 2 3 i 3 i H 1 W Barrett Mrs R F Carman 40100 35238 SHASTA CHERRY w 3 89 4 5 5A 4 43 33 21 W Cooler Cartwright Murray 630100 35266 STARBECK w 8 105 10 4 1 li I1 2 = 33 D Hurlhrt G Tompras tW30100 tW3010035205GONDOLIER 35205GONDOLIER w 10 109 2 1 41 51 5 = 51 4s C Miller Mrs S Hurst 5020100 5020100352G6MODO 352G6MODO WB 10 10 32 Si 2i s 41 5 C Lyon W Younkman t t35266GALLOPING 35266GALLOPING JO w 5 10G 9 9 S 8 = S 7 G T Teasdale H Weber 10290100 35205 BOY FRIEND w 5 107 6 6 71 9 9i S 7JS E Steffen S Watson 2050100 351 40 TENDER SETH WB 9 10G 7 7 G = G1 G1 G 8 P Garrity W M Lawler 10520100 10520100S52663 S52663 ZEALOT WB 10 100 8810 10 10 9 = 9 = T May G C Conklin 2140100 35161 ISAMAN w 8 111 11 10 91 71 10 10 G Woolf M W Spcrry 1SGO100 1SGO10035238BUZZ 35238BUZZ 1C w 3 91 1 Lost rider 1C Russell T J Ogle 1150100 1150100tMutuel tMutuel field Time 25 49 114 141 147 Track fast 2 MUTUELS PAID EQUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS ROSEATE II 280 260 240 40 100 30 100 20 100 100SHASTA SHASTA CHERRY 340 340 70 100 70 100 100STARBECK STARBECK Field 260 30 100 100Winner Winner Ch K by Sea Sick Rosetta by Ma in ten cm trained by R F Carman bred in France by Mr M A Blavptte Winner entered to be claimed for SOO SOOWENT WENT TO POST 204 OFF AT ONCE ONCEStart Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving1 driving1ROSEATE ROSEATE II followed the early leaders closely to the stretch then took the lead and won in a canter SHASTA CHERRY finished well and headed STARBECK in the final eighth The latter set a good pace and tired BUZZ 1C unseated his rider at the start startScratched Scratched 33280 Golden M Ill 351GI Sweet and Low 104 35280 Dan E Stewart 109 109Overweights Overweights Boy Friend 1 pound Buzz 1C 2 KO Ch 5 THIRD RACE 58 Mile Ervast Nov 29 1928 58 2 105 Purse 600 2year OtPAJOO olds Claiming Net value to winner 425 second 100 third 50 fourth 25 I 2Har3020Tij Claiming price 1250 if for more 2 pounds extra for each additional 250 Index Horses Vi Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 35160 VAGABOND w 109 2 1 I1 2i 2 1 W Barrett L S Pope 1310100 1310100NT NT w 103 3 2 2 i 1 = I1 2i C Miller ME Syufy 440100 35265 FOREIGN CLUB w 112 4 6 S1 SJ G = 3 P Garrity Crippen Greenleaf 540100 54010035265TEMPS 35265TEMPS D AMOUR w 300 12 5 41 3 3 4 C Lyon F Almy tJ210100 tJ210100S5253 S5253 MAE L ROWE w 108 8 S G i 4 43 5 H Louman Mrs J L Brannon 540100 540100w w 114 93 7 51 5 G1 A Snider Baron Long 230100 107 5 10 11J 11s 9h 7 E Steffen V E Olsen 1700100 170010035265ZMACON 35265ZMACON w 111 7 9 Si G 7s S H Philpot R Goose 810100 810100352G5 352G5 MICHL MONAHAN w 110 1 7 D 10 Si 9 E Taplin Rancho San Carlos Stable t 35004 MISS WITTICISM w 110 11 4 SJ 71 10 JO3 R Jones Meadowbroolc Stable S30100 35230 CALICO w 105 10 11 105 9 11 II1 D Hurlbrt H M Mason 14890100 34681 CORRECT w 10S G 12 12 12 12 12 E Warden Mrs F Farrar f ftMutuel tMutuel field Time 24 48 100 Track fast 52 MBTXTELS PAID 2QUIVALKT BOOKING ODDS VAGABOND 2880 800 340 1340 100 330 100 70 100 100ELEMENT ELEMENT 500 280 150 100 40 100 100FOREIGN FOREIGN CLUB 400 100 100 100Winner Winner B g by Volta Georgette II by Radium trained by B C Sebum bred by Nevada Stock Farm Winner entered to be claimed for 2000 2000WENT WENT TO POST 227 AT POST 3 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameVAGABOND VAGABOND showed fine speed from the start and challenging ELEMENT in the stretch got up to win in the last stride ELEMENT ran a good race and barely failed to win FOItEIGN CLUB finished fast TEMPS D AMOUR and MAE L ROWE tired after looming up in the stretch STARKIST met with interference nnd MICHAEL MONAIIAN was sharply cut off on the far turn turnScratched Scratched 34G813B5IIie Wisp 110 3323G Miss Angon 103 33236 Saphronia 102 Nation Wide 100 I OE OfT FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Golden Prince Jan 6 1929 10425 5 116 Purse OO WO a 300 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 425 second 100 3Iar3029Tij third 50 fourth 25 Claiming price 1COO Index Dorses AWtPPSt Vi Mi Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt lULL RVN WB 6 103 8 7 7 = 4l I lnk W Barrett L Bancroft 1GO100 1GO10033450RAGABALD 33450RAGABALD w 3 95 3 2 3i 5i 31 2 W Cooler W M Mikel Son 480100 48010034778ASIC 34778ASIC JOHN w 8 107 11 6 4 = 1 2 S E Steffen Buchanan Bros 720100 352 14 PROCONSUL WB 5 103 4 3 2 3 4 4 J Wood J Lee 1030100 34480 ZOVA w 5 10S 5 8 S 7 5 5V A Snider Mrs A R Smith 10SO100 10SO10035124QUEEN 35124QUEEN BESS w S 103 9 10 10 10 S1 G1 C Miller R Barnett fl O100 35213 PELAIICA WB 4 110 1 4 Gi Sh 7 = 7 C Critchfd B C Seburn 310100 35141 BILLY CONTNER WB 3 105 7 11 11 11 101 8 D Lyons Centner Davis 17140100 1714010035124RADIANCE 35124RADIANCE WB 5 103 2 5 51 G1 G1 9s 1C Russell M D Jones 3320100 332010035162OBLIQUE 35162OBLIQUE w 6 105 10 1 li 2 Pi 10 D Hurlbrt J T Strite 35162 ELANDER wsn 4 110 69 9 9J 11 11 E Taplin R S Gingerich t ttMntnel tMntnel field Time 244 474i 100 107 Track fast 2 MUTUELS PAIU EQUIV ALNT BOOKING ODDS BULL RUN 520 360 300 160 100 80 100 50 100 100RAGABALD RAGABALD 420 360 110 100 80 100 100ASK ASK JOHN 400 100 100 100Winner Winner Br li by Jim Gaffney Battle by Hastings trained by C E Graham breU by Belair Stud Winner entered to be claimed for 1000 1000WENT WENT TO POST 350 AT POST 3 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameBULL BULL RUN came fast to challenge the leaders on the stretch turn and outfinished RAGABALD in the final drive The latter saved ground on the stretch turn and finished resolutely ASIC JOHN raced well hut tired in tiio last sixteenth PELAIICA suffered from early interference interferenceScratched Scratched 352G7 = Betty Bowman 103 332G7 Burr Winslow 105 330SO Sphere 105 34331 Olie E 103 33034 Aalii 110 5252 Mad A OS 33206 Little Broom 105 105Overweights Overweights Ask John 2 pounds Billy Contner 5 FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Old Dutch March 17 1929 1 10 4 109 Newport Bsach J Purse Purse 800 3yearolds and upward Allowances Net value to winner 530 Mar3029Tij 530Mar3029Tij second 150 third 80 fourth 40 Index Borses AWtPPSt H Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owner Equiv Odds Strt 35085 WAIMANU WB G 115 1 3 2 3 2i H C Critchfd B C Seburn Seburnt 35256 NORTHAMPTON w 3 110 21 t 11 ih 2l R Jones C W Carroll 35185 SIR RAOUL WB 3 107 4 2 235256ZEST 4 43 3 Si T Wilson J W Considine 35256ZEST wn 3 110 3 4 3 2 4 4 W Barrett Canyon Stable 35185 SHASTA QUEEN WB 3 10G 5 5 5 5 5 5 H Philpot A Pantages Time 23i 47 112 Track fast S2 MUTUELS PAID EdUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS ODDSWAIMANU 100NORTHAMPTON WAIMANU 680 420 No show prices 240 100 110 100 NORTHAMPTON 100Vinner 540 170 100 Vinner B m by War Shot Las Flores by Bearcatcher trained by B 0 Seburn bred by Mr Sren Christenson ChristensonWENT WENT TO POST 314 AT POST 3 minutes Start drivingWAIMAND good and slow Won easily second and third driving WAIMAND came fast and passing NORTHAMPTON in the stretch won going away NORTHAMP ¬ TON set a fast pace but could not withstand the winner SIR RAOUL raced well on the outside and finished tirvdScratched gamely ZEST could never get to the leaders and tirvd Scratched 35210 Pookanaka 112 35240 Tune In 110 330S3 Tommy Lad 102 Overweight Shasta Queen 1 pound OCr9S fcCfe SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Old Dutch March 17 1929 110 4 109 Saugus Claim OcP rfOC ing Handicap Purse 900 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner SInr302aTij 600 second 160 third 80 fourth 50 Claiming price 4000 Index norecfi AWtPPSt Vt Vb Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 35240 OLD KICICAPOO wn 5 100 6 2 235210POOICANAICA 12 is is ia A Snider O L Foster 35210POOICANAICA WB 4 103 5 7 4 4 44 21 C Critchfd Thompson Bros Bros2i 35141 GUINEA TfEN w 5 lOt 7 1 1SGiJKPCAROLER 2i 2 2i 3 J Wood J Leo SGiJKPCAROLER WB 5 107 4 C 3 3i 3S 4 W Barrett Canyon Stablo I 107 2 3 Gi 5 i y 5 E Steffeu Leslie Stable 990100 990100350C5 350C5 THE TARTAR w 4 112 1 5 6J G G 6 R Jpnea C W Carroll 220100 22010033G87 33G87 POLLS w 4 103 3 4 7 7 7 7 II Philpot J A Parson 7350100 7350100Time Time 23 46VJ 111 Track fast 2 MUTUELS PAID EQUIVALNT POOKING ODDS ODDSOLD OLD KICKAPOO 2520 1140 540 1160 100 470 100 170 100 100POOKANAKA POOKANAKA 500 420 150 100 110 100 100GUINEA GUINEA HEN 780 290 100 100Winner Winner B g by Runuymede Napa Girl by Solitaire II trained by T Walker bred by Nap Stock Farm Winner entered to he claimed for 1000 VENT TO POST 341 AT POST 5 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameOLD OLD KICKAPOO set a fast pace hut barely lasted to hold POOKANAKA safe The latter finished very fast on the inside and would have won in a few more strides GUINEA HEN tired in the stretch CAROLER raced wide in the run home and tired THE TARTAR was badly outrun all the way wayScratched Scratched 33298 Vaimanu 107 35L703Simoiiy 110 35063 Bonnie Khayyam 98 25210 Tune In 95 Kit Carson 4 pounds Polls 3 QCrO414Tj SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile Little Chief Jan 20 1924 137 5 90 Niland Handi tPtPO J Jvr vr cap Purse 1000 3yearold and upward Net value to winner 700 second 200 aiarSO20TiJ third 100 Index Horses AWtPPStVt A 9i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 35220 HYDROMEL WB a llli 1 3 5 4 3l li 1 H Philpot R Goose 79100 35037 innit T RICHU T MJTT w 4 103 2 1 lh 1J li 2i 2J P Garrity Mrs T Crane 570100 570100Ti 33113 BOB ROGERS Ti 5 100 5 4 2i 2i 2i 3 31 J Wood J Lee 3250100 3250100oouoo 35088 oouoo JTHJOA HOST w 3 100 G 5 S1 3 4 4 4 T Wilson R C Stable 600100 35185 = BEAR SHOT w 7 9S 3 2 G3 5 51 5 5J D Hurlbrt Meadowbrook Stable 4W100 34908 BRIDEGROOM WB 4 106 4 7 7 6 61 G5 G W Barrett Canyon Stable 1220100 35083 TOMMY LAD wn 3 91 7 6 4 7 7 7 T 1C Russell O L Foster 8250100 8250100Time Time 24 48 113 133 Trsck fast 2 MUTUELS PAID EQUIYALNT BOOKING ODDS ODDSHYDROMEL HYDROMEL 340 320 260 70 100 60 100 30 100 100RICHU RICHU 380 320 90 100 60 100 100BOB BOB ROGERS 560 180 100 100Winner Winner Ch h by Light Brigade Honeydew by Ben Brush trained by R Goose bred by Mr John ¬ son N Camden WENT TO POST 408 AT POST 2 minutes minutesStart drivingHYDROMEL Start good and slow for all but Bridegroom Won eased up second and third driving HYDROMEL was in close quarters when turning into the back stretch and was shut off at the far turn but came to the outside of the leaders and passing them easily was being pulled up at the finish RICHU set the pace and while no match for the winner held the others safe BOB ROGERS wa always close up and ran a good race BRIDEGROOM began poorly and was never a factor factorOverweights Overweights Bear Shot 5 pounds Tommy Lad 1 QEfc tTlli EIGHTH RACE 1 14 Miles Golden Prince March 17 1929 202 5 112 Pur OePOVj JL 700 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 430 second 125 aiarSO29Tij third 65 fourth 30 Claiming price 1000 Index Horses AWtPPSt 1 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqaiv Odds Stri WB 6 107 3 3 43 2J 2 1 1 E Steffen A G Tarn 900100 900100wn wn 4 107 C 1 G11 4 31 2i 2J R Jones Dutton Barnea 1920100 1920100WB 35260 BLUEFISH WB G 107 5 6 8J 10 101 Si 3i 3J W Barrett Mrs L Hector 1SO100 1SO100WB 35188 OPEN HAND WB G 10S 9 12 91 5J 4 4h 41 45 G Woolf J Eckert 550100 550100w 35243 ESTR VEIDEL w 5 101 10 10 10i 111 I011 5 = 5i P Garrity Border Westrope 1430100 35243 BARDALID w 8 103 13 14 14 121 12 1235243ONEIDA 7 6l D Hurlbrt W L Cordinsly 35243ONEIDA WB S 101 11 13 13J Sh 5 5h 8s 7Z W Cooler J F Vaughn 35272 FINE MANNERS WB 5 10G 7 4 I1 1 1s = 1 I1 G 8s J Wood J JLee Lee 35221 SEA FAIRY WB 7 108 2 11 llS 71 7t 10 10l l 9 A Snider F Johnston S52GJ HEROA3CEL w 4 98 8 7 71 6 9 91 10 K Russell A Giboney 35269 SHASTA BALLY w 6 103 15 12 9h 11 12 11 C Lyon W St Vincent 35272 ERIC WB G 110 12 9 5i 13 = 13 13 12 H Louman E E Watson f f35214AL 35214AL HOTFOOT w S 103 14 8 3 3J G 11J 13 D Lyons Miss M Philpot 42SO10J 35244 CHIEF SAB AT US w 5 10S 4 2 2h 14 Bled C Critchfd Nugent Bros 100100 100100tMutuel tMutuel field Time 244 48 114 141 2OGi Track fast 52 MUTUELS PAID EaUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS ODDSFRED FRED DUBNER 2000 840 480 900 100 320 100 140 100 100SHASTA SHASTA SHEIK 2040 1020 920 100 410 100 100BLUEFISH BLUEFISH 320 60 100 100Winner Winner Ch g by Fayette Superlight by Superman trained by A G Tarn bred by Mr Philip M Walker Winner entered to be claimed for 1000 1000WENT WENT TO POST 431 AT POST 2 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameFRED FRED DUBNER close up from the start got to the front after turning out of the back stretch and finishing gamely held SHASTA SHEIK safe The latter finished fast but could not get to the winner BLUEFISH was in close quarter for half the distance and was probably best SHASTA BALLY wa sharply shut off on the far turn ESTHER WEIDEL was blocked in the stretch stretchScratched Scratched 33243 Athelrain 103 332SL3Rockbomb 105 33237 The Falconer 100 35243 Fort Wayue 103 103Overweights Overweights Fred Dubner 2 pounds Biucfish 2 Q fb6 NINTH RACE 1 116 Miles Mancmi Jan 13 1929 143 4 105 Purse 300 3 ttBci Jji year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 530 second 150 third 80 3Iar3029Tij fourth 49 Claiming price 1500 Index Horses AWtPPStVi Vt Str Fin Jockeys Equir Odds Strt 35257 3HOPUWAI w 4 112 8 11 11 11 101 5 = I C Critchfd B C Seburn 510100 35089 = TOM BYRNE w 4 103 10 S 7 7 6 2 2 P Garrity Olson Carlisle 740100 35257 DUCK IT w 4 107 3 1 4i 7s 31 3 D Hurlbrt A A Baroni 1050100 35257 THE WORLD w 8 107 9 4 35 2 li 1i 41 W Barrett F S De Voin 300100 35257 TANGRAM w 4 107 5 9 Si 51 3 41 51 E Steffen Debequc Parker 370100 37010035209SCOTSMAN 35209SCOTSMAN w 5 107 61010 = 10 = 8 8J Gi D Lyons A Ross 930100 93010035268MISS 35268MISS SOURIRE w 3 91 1 5 9 3 9i 9 7 = 1C Russell Mrs E Petzoldt 1750100 175010035272CHICK 35272CHICK UP w 5 114 7 3 21 41 5 711 8 H Louman Nugent Bro3 500100 35222 PROSPECT w 5 104 4 2 1 = I1 2h Gi 9 J Wood J Lee 7520100 75201003520CHARBINGER 3520CHARBINGER w 5 107 11 7 51 Gi 11 11 10i C Lyon Mrs R J Howoll t2900109 35258 HAZL DENSON w 4 103 2 G G 3 4 101 11 J W Frye M Deathcrage t ttMutuel tMutuel field Time 24 48 lH1s 140 146 Track fast 52 MUTUELS PAID EQUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS ODDSHOPUVAI HOPUVAI 1230 940 740 540 100 370 100 270 100 100TOM TOM BYRNE 860 600 330 100 200 100 100DUCK DUCK IT 1080 440 100 100Winner Winner B g by War Shot Nellie Harper by Harrigan trained by B C Seburn bred by Mr O A Hartwell Winner entered to be claimed for 1500 1500WENT WENT TO POST 454 AT POST 6 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameHOPUWAI HOPUWAI well ridden followed the others for a half mile was guided to an inside opening in tha stretch and got to the front near the end TOM BYRNE raced wide in the stretch then got to the front but could not hold the winner DUCK IT was shuffled back early and weakly ridden was permitted to race wide on the last turn but finished fast THE WORLD and PROSPECT tired TANGRAM tired after threatening on the 2ast turn turnScratched Scratched 33244 = Starless 107 34731D Applecross 114 35209Piute 110 35215Semp r Felix 97 33268 Van Ettisch 92 3523SGlassfull 101 S32023Nelda Jo 00 00Overweights Overweights The World 3 pounds Tangram 3 Miss Sourire 1 Corrected weights Hopuwai 112 Chick Up 114 Tijuana [Late Results] TIJUANA TIJUANAThe The following charts were received too late for yesterdays early editiqn EIGHTH HACE 1 116 Miles Manchu Jan 13 1929 143 1 105 Purse 700 J 4ycarclds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 480 second 125 third 65 3Iar2D29Tij fourth 30 Claiming price 1000 ey Owners Equiv Odds Strt 35221DUNB1SATH WB6107 1 2 3 Si 2 2s I1 E Steffen C B Irwin 200100 35258 GREEN SPRING WB 9 112 3 1 1 J 1 1 1 2 T Wilson Kane Ziegler 3310100 331010035188DR 35188DR CLARK ws 12 107 5 2 2i 2i 3 3i 3i W Cooler A G Tarn 600100 60010035143CLOUD 35143CLOUD ACCELORw 5 103 4 G 7 6 f 4h 4i R Thorns n Johnson Tavan 760100 76010035063GREEN 35063GREEN HILLS w 6 107 99 S 81 8 = 5h 5i W Barrett S N Coryell 2330100 35258 PROCLAIMER w 4 110 8 7 G i 7 GH 6i G = R Jones J Holle STOIO STOIO35186WAR 35186WAR tH5010035258SAPODILLA BIRD WB 4 105 24 5i 5 5U 71 7i D Lyons F Beban tH50100 35258SAPODILLA w 5 105 It 11 10 = 9h 9i 92 S1 C Miller Aristides Stable 1050100 34983ELEVN OCLOCICwe 4 103 7 5 4i 4i 4ta S1 9 J Wood J Lee 1320100 35186 SUPERVISOR WB 7 112 10 S 9 11 llh 10s 10 C E Owen D Dennison 1540100 154010035064fMR 35064fMR PAT WB 7 107 12 12 12 12 10 11 11 D Hurlbrt A M Gray f 34970 UNDER WRAPS w 4103 6 10 11 10i 12 12 12 P Garrity G B Smith f tMutuel field Time 25 49 114 l40i 147 4 Track fast 2 MUTUELS PAID EQUIVALENT BOOKING ODDS ODDSDUNBEATH DUNBEATH 100GREEN 600 440 320 200 100 120 100 60 100 GREEN SPRING 1860 1040 830 100 420 100 100DR DR CLARK 430 140 100 100Winner Winner B g by Donnacona Miss Oertel by Handsel trained by C B Irwin bred by Mr T W Garnettl Winner entered to be claimed for 1OOO 1OOOWENT WENT TO POST 429 AT POST 3 minutas minutasStart Start good and slow Won driving second nnd third the same sameDUNBEATII DUNBEATII was close up from the start and passed GREEN SPRING in the stretch The latter re ¬ sorted to suicidal pacemafcing tactics and gave way when challenged DU CLARK raced forwardly CLOUD ACCELERATOR was in close quarters on the back stretch but finished well SUPERVISOR and SAPODILLA met with interference MR PAT began slowly Scratched 35255 Yalovian 107 34S92 Frank Sumpter 107 3523S3Shasta Sheik 110 35213 Cockney 110 ° 4079 Bonnie Lizzie 105 33221 Sea Fairy 110 110Overweight Overweight Cloud Accelerator 1 pound poundCorrected Corrected weight Proelaimer 110 3E TDC2ff NINTH RACE 1 116 Miles TIanchu Jan 13 1929 143 4 105 Pursa 800 3 tJ O fl yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 530 second 150 third 80 HIar2929Tii fourth 40 Claiming price S1500 if for 51200 allowed 3 pounds ineiei uorsea AWIITM Vi M i trtin 4ocicy nwnen Equiv Odds Str t SaiaCltOATAN WB S 107 4 3 2 1 = 1 I1 1 la K Steffen Nugent Bros iCO100 iCO100isr isr i4iTsTV Tvn l m s r 3i ix 3 s 2 i 91 nt r Miller M E Syufy 270103 8 8 71 j Lyons E E Watson 260100 35252 HILL AND HILLw 3 97 2 2 41 4i 43 53 4 D Hurlbrt Mrs C C Emmert SSO100 352 17 CAPTAIN GUARD w G 107 2 1 li 2 i S1 4i 5 J Wood J Lee SS20100 ooTvm E DIVE w 10 109 8 6 5h 51 5s 6 6 H Adams C B Irwin 2920100 2920100ARA ARA w 4 10S 7 7 7 6 G1 7 7s W Barrett Miss D Parsons 4DSO100 4DSO100sososiiusY sososiiusY SETH w 3 95 1 4 GJ 7s S 8 8 T Butler C Parsons 1G901W 1G901WTime Time 241i 49 114 I40y3 14GJ Track fast 2 MUTUELS PAID EQUIV ALNT BOOKING ODDS 100NIX CROATAN 660 340 240 230 100 70 100 20 100 NIX 300 280 50 100 40 100 100FIRTH FIRTH OF TAY 280 40 100 100Winner Winner Ch g by Sir Barton ICoster Girl by Malntenaut trained by G Nugent bred by Messr Montfort B B Jones Winner entered to be claimed for S1300 WENT TO POST 452 AT POST 3 minutes Start drivingCHOATAN good and slow Won easily second and third driving CHOATAN went to the front on the hack stretch and racing well was never in serious danger there ¬ after NIX made a game challenge to catch the leader but was not sood enough and was tiring at tlia end FIRTH OF TAY finished with a belated rush HILL AND HILL could never gut to the leader CAPTAIN GUARD tired Scratched 352523Nelda Jo 99 35143 Alma 103 Overweights Hill and Hill li pounds Totaru 3 Busy Seth 3 Page 4 Kentucky Derby "Past Performances" Kentucky Derby "Past Performances" Page 5 Page 6 1st Tijuana 2nd Tijuana Entries and Past Performances: Tijuana Page 7 3rd Tijuana Page 8 4th Tijuana Page 9 5th Tijuana 6th Tijuana 7th Tijuana 8th Tijuana Page 10 9th Tijuana 10th Tijuana Page 11 Tijuana Jockey Mounts At Tijuana Page 12 Active At Belmont Park: Display Cynosure of All Eyes in Seven-Eighths Workout.; Gallops of All Horses in Big Wilson-Salmon String Speeded Up--Dr. Freeland, Kentucky Derby Candidate. Riddle Sells Oceanic Trainer Brown Resigns Trivett's Foot Broken Reports Three Arrivals Signed By Canyon Stable Impressive Training Move: Karl Eitel's Workout Best at the Churchill Downs Course.; Coughlin Candidate Gallops Three-Quarters Over Muddy Track in 1:25 2/5--Under Strong Restraint Throughout. Louisville Turf Notes Douglas Needs Vacation Workouts Tijuana's Final Feature: Nine Good Two-Year-Olds Named to Start in Futurity.; Flying Heels and Good and Hot Will Carry Top Weights--Ten Races on Closing Day Program. In Good Standing Again Tijuana Turf Notes Offspring Of Tryster