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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, July 11, 1920 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 drf1920071101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, July 11, 1920 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 $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  Man O' War's Greatest Race: Displays Marvelous Speed in Defeating John P. Grier.; Breaks All Existing Records for One Mile and an Eighth--Tremont to Inchcape. M AN 0 WARS GREATEST RACE Displays Marvelous Speed in De ¬ feating John P Grier Breaks All Existing Records for forOne One Mile and an Eighth Tremont to Inchcape NEW YORK N Y July 10 The presence of Wan o War and John P Gricr alone without the added interest of the Tremont Stakes was suffi ¬ cient to attract a throng fully equaling if not sur ¬ passing any attendance this year at the popular Aqueduct track trackWitii Witii sixtyone nominations embracing the best threeyearolds in the country the Dwyer Stakes formerly the Brooklyn Derby and renamed in honor of the late Philip Dwyer but one had the temerity to face Man o War the equine king of the Amer ¬ ican turf of his age and that one John P Grier trained by a most astute trainer and conceded an undeniable chance by the shrewdest of handicap pers at the weights sallied forth at post time to give battle to the mighty champion championThe The ovation tendered Man o War on his ap ¬ pearance was a thunderous one but nothing com ¬ pared to that given him when he returned to the winners circle after breaking the American track record for the distance The race was a most thrilling one the two horses running as a team throughout until shortly after passing the six ¬ teenth post where John P Grier tired and Man o War drew away but was ridden out to win by a length and a half halfThe The history of the Dwyer or Brooklyn Derby is an Interesting one dating back to 18S7 when the mighty Hanover with Jimmy McLaughlin in the 8addlewori f It was only appropriate for Miiti d Wars name to be added to its list of winners as his daddy Fair Play won the same race in 1908 A brief list of the Dwyer winners follows Year Horse Wt Jockey Value Time 1009 Joe Madden 120 K Dugan 9225 237 237J010 J010 Dalmatian 122 CHShilling 2300 207 1913 Rock View 123 T McTagt 2150 207 207J914 1914 Koamcr 117 J Butwell 2300 205 1015 Norse King 111 J Butwell 2275 154 1915 Chicle 110 T McTagt 2950 151 1017 Omar Khayyaml25 A Collins 3850 151 1018 War Cloud 124 M Buxton 4850 150 1919 Purchase 118 W Knapp 4825 152 1020 Man o War 120 C Hummer 4850 149 149If If any doubts existed as to the supremacy of Man o War they were swept away by the result of the Dwyer running John P Jrier is conceded to be a really highclass colt Yet Man o War gave him eighteen pounds and from a five to a sevenpound beating in record time Kiiniiner was asked if John P Grier had ever headed him He had his head in front of me for a moment nt the eighth pole was the reply But the moment I went after Man o War in earnest he went right along about his business Was lie all in Well when horses run like tliey did from the start something has to crack and while I would not like to say how much he had left there was enough to go on and give another horse a battle had there been one in the race able to give us a challenge challengeIt It was the greatest race seen hereabouts in the opinion of everybody and the record crowd which came from all parts of the country to see it was delighted Among those who viewed it with pager interest was Major Belmoilt the colts breeder breederFASTEST FASTEST TIME ON RECORD RECORDThe The champion set a dazzling pace throughout running the quarter in 23 the half in 40 the threequarters in 109 the mile in 130 and the mile and an eighth in 149 a new American rec ¬ ord The previous record was onefifth of a second slower nnd made over the same course by Borrow and equaled by Boots at the spring meeting of 1917 The former had up 117 pounds while Boots carried 137 It was a wonderful race all the way however and there is no doubt in the minds of the experts that Man o War can lower every record on the books The best mile and an eighth to the credit of an English horse is 150 made by the threeyearold Brown Prince at Newmarket in 1917 with 105 pounds in the saddle while the best Australian record is 152 152Another Another Man o War wis the universal opinion after Inchcape had won the Tremont Stakes which attracted the cream of the twoyearold division in tlie East In preparation for the nice the win ¬ ner worked a quarter of a mile in 21 and the oldest trainers say that this is something no horse except Man o War has done in this part of the country If we keep on breeding that kind of thoroughbreds them will be no necessity of going abroad for real race horses was the comment of Preston Btirch who viewed the race with trainer Fred Burlew from the upper part of the stand IiichvaiH was a trifle slow at the post and John ¬ son had to whip him away from the barrier but once he got going he ran away from his company witli the greatest of ease He was timed the first five furlongs in 58 and he is a really highgrade twoyearold twoyearoldII II P Whitneys Broom Spun raced courageously all the way but tired from his efforts to overtake the flying leader and barely saved second place from Jog There was considerable interference in the homestretch for Kirklevington Dimmesdale Hoiiyhnhnm and Touch Me Not and all were not persevered with through the last eighth eighthThe The Tremont is another old turf fixture being first run in 1887 Man o War won it last year Its interesting history since 1908 follows Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1008 Fayette 115 W Miller 12500 109 1909 Waldo 129 D Nicol 1025 111 1910 Footprint 115 K Dugan 0480 111 1914 Kd Crump 115 J ButwHl 1925 115 11115 Twi Caddy 107 C Turner 232511 232511Jttlfl Jttlfl Ticket 107 J Butwoll 3900113 1917 Gold Tassel 112 A Collins 5250 113 1018 Lord Brighton 125 L Lyke 5800 112 1919 Man o War 130 J Loftus 4800 113 1920 Inchcape 115 A Johuson 0400 112 Mr Rosseter bought Friar Kock sire of Inch cape and twenty mares from J E Madden for 100000 two years ago and Mr Madden must be credited as the breeder of Inchcapo Inehcape is bred on the approved English theory of returning the best blood of the dam to the best blood of the dam of the sire In this case it was Bend Or blood that was wanted Friar Rocks dam is Fairy Gold by Bend Or while Rose of Gold the dam of Inelicape is by Goldfinch a descendant of Bend Or through Ormonde As Man o War is by Fair Play a son of Fairy Gold it was a great day for the old chestnut mare for which Major August Belmont paid 10000 in England EnglandS S C Uihlreth SOIIIH days ago offered 50000 for Inchcijpc He was told that 100000 would not tempt Mr Rosseter to part with the sou of Friar Rock Among the visitors yesterday were A H Diaz owner of the rrark twoyearold General J M Gomez and A Fernandez Morrell of Havana Tin hit l r isa part owner in the Armonla Stable ISolh will remain for sonic time timeIf If secretary Fred Rehbcrger had never achieved greatness in his life heretofore the fact of his having brought together Man o War and John P Grier would bo sufficient to enroll his name on the honor roll of the turf hall of fame Weights for the Frontier Handicap WEIGHTS FOR THE FRONTIER HANDICAP HANDICAPWINDSOR WINDSOR Ontario July 10 Weights for the Frontier Handicap threeyearolds and over 10 000 added one mile and ail eighth to be run at the Windsor Jockey Clubs track here Wednesday July 14 are as follows Horse HorseSir Sir Barton The Porter Boniface Exterminator Billy Kelly Westy Hogan Cirrus King Gorin Irish Kiss Milkmaid Mad Hatter Alibi Over There John P Grier GrierWildalr Wildalr Upset Dr Clark Drastic Us Frank Corn Tassel Thunderclap General Haig Foreground Midnight Sun Bridesman Bondage Valor Vexatious Stockwell Tom McTaggart Slippery Elm Regalo Paul Weidel Westwood Damask Horse HorseLErrant LErrant Leviathan Cleopatra John 0 Sandy Beal Rancher Peace Pennant Atta Boy II Pastoureau Star Realm War Mask Sundial II Dr Hickman Make Up Prince Pal Patches Linden Cock o the Koost KoostAmaze Amaze Ed Stone Gallagher Kinburn Simpleton Besthoff Mayor House Lothair Dresden Kullipolis Claymore Harry B The Trout Mysterious Girl Plenty Alula Penalties accrue from July 10 at noon Ac ¬ ceptances to be made through the entry box July 13 at 11 a m Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The final time of race 4Sil5 should read 138 instead of 130 as printed printedGene Gene Elrod will have charge of the mutuol ma ¬ chines at the Windsor Jockey Club track trackNo No purse of less value than 500 will be given at the Kempton Park meeting which opens July 17 17Johnny Johnny Roebuck by Sir Martin Lucy Farrand won the Westwood Handicap in England from fif ¬ teen starters startersE E J Tranter of FasigTipton Co New York is quoted as saying that the yearlings to IK sold at Saratoga next month will bring close to 1000000 1000000Harry Harry Burgoyne which recently was purchased by Smith A Baker has been turned over to George Denny to train and he will ship him to Windsor Sunday SundayE E R Bradley master of Idle Hour Farm has made it known that his good threeyearold filly Busy Signal winner of the Latonia Oaks is not for sale saleRock Rock Flint by Rock Sand Trigger is the sire of five winners of six races in England this year Sir Martin by Ogden Lady Sterling has three winners of three races racesPoetlilyn Poetlilyn the English crosscountry champion broke down while running for the Grand Steeple ¬ chase t Auteuil He is likely to train again however after care and a rest restOrby Orby and two of his sons Diwliimcnos and Fly ¬ ing Orb are in the leading stallion list of Great Britain this year Orby is the sire of seven win ¬ ners Flying Orb four and Diadumenos three threeLord Lord Durham announced at the meeting of Thu Jockey Club that in future 10000 would be added to the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes and 5000 to the One Thousand Guineas Stakes London Sportsman SportsmanWe We may expect Mons E Blanc to resume his activity on the French turf shortly He had the three jockeys Stern and E and M Alleniand at La Fouilletise on Saturday last riding his twoyear olds London Sportsman Charles English Timms a wellknown jockey and trainer on the far Northwest Canadian rac ¬ ing circuit was killed in an automobile accident at Edmonton Canada where he was racing a stable of horses at the Edmonton Exposition Jockey II L Robinson had his right shoulder fractured in the same accident accidentFaiinns Faiinns winner at Aqueduct July 7 was 1 red by the Breeding Bureau of The Jockey Club in cooperation with the Genesee Valley Breeders As ¬ sociation rimiH was the winner of a foil prize at the Livingston County Fair and last fall carried off the yearling prize He was purchased at the fair by J F Flanagan for 400 400The The Lexington Colored Fair Association will Hive a racing program of five races daily in con ¬ nection with their fair The purses will be 200 and 300 The officials for the meeting will be W H Young and J S Walden stewards starter James Osborne racing secretary Rice Porter The book of the meeting will be issued July 20 20Tetratema Tetratema is obviously one of those horses which enjoy the public favor and the Ascot crowd has evidently forgiven him for his Epsom failure The cheering that greeted Major McCalinonts horse when he was seen to be leading his opponents in the old familiar style in the Fernhill Stakes was the loudest of the afternoon Lvudon Sportsman Latonia's Fitting Finish: Grand Meeting Comes to a Close With Noble Racing.; Minto II. Wins the Daniel Boone Handicap from Dr. Clark in American Record Time. J. L. Dempsey LATONIAS FITTING FINISH Grand Meeting Comes to a Close With Noble Racing Minto II Wins the Daniel Boone BooneHandicap Handicap from Dr Clark in inAmerican American Record Time RY J L DEMPSEY DEMPSEYLATONIA LATONIA Ky July 10 Kentuckians found considerable consolation this afternoon for recent victories carried off by eastern owned horses in stakes when Minto II carrying the colors of W V Thraves won the Daniel Boone Handicap at a mile and a half and having a net value to the winner of 11225 Harry Payne Whitneys Dr Clark landed in second place and Cleopatra third with Drastic pressing her closely for that portion of the money Only on one other occasion lias Minto II s performance been equaled from a time standpoint This occurred last fall at Laurel when Sam C Hildreths Thunderclap ran a mile and a half in 229 the same time that it took Minto II to cover the track liere once and a half Aside from the time performance Minto II s race was a sparkler for lie stuck gamely to Dr Clark which made a killing pace in the early running and when the Whitney representative showed signs of distress Minto II rushed by him with a dash He was still going fast at the finish and could have continued a longer journey without seeming danger of being headed On the strength of her recent good work Cleopatra found many partisans in the big throng and ruled a strong favorite but after flattering extensively for the first mile she tired badly when called on and had she much far ¬ ther to go Drastic would have overhauled her for third place Beaverkill ran a fairly good race but Oniond the other starter seemed out of iilace in the race and finished far back backW W B Millers Gold Digger funished an upset in the sixth ace which brought out the best band of youngsters now racing here and he won in fine style from the well intended Last Hose Ben Valet headed the others othersHorses Horses sold in the paddock brought poor prices Results of the sale follow followSecond Second Cousin O L Foster 400 Suds W Woodward 00 Versailles J Doyle 105 Leo Kay 1 W Carter 110 Churchill Dowus M Nichols 350 Betty Curry George Henzie 110 Kling II Coons 320 Centerville J L Smith 110 110GENTRY GENTRY UNCOVERS A FAST ONE ONETrainer Trainer Lloyd Gentry uncovered the fast young ¬ ster Rising Rock owned by the J 15 Elwell estate and he made a show of his opponents to win like a good one His good trials had been known to the sharps and they backed him with rare confi ¬ dence resulting in a short price ruling against the colt coltIn In the threequarters 2000 handicap Linden furnished an upset when he won after a hard drive from Joricu and Ginger with American Ace Carmandale and Dodge the three most heavily backed bringing up in the rear rearDr Dr Carmen attracted most support in the mile and a sixteenth dash but he proved a dismal fail ¬ ure for he did not get a portion of the purse Sands of Pleasure running in his best style win ¬ ning from Escovar and Docod Kscovar ran nn extra good race for him and gives promise of de ¬ veloping into a crack crackMahel Mahel G opened proceedings auspiciously for the public by a victory in the initial race but she had her difficulties in disposing of Sand Bed The latter came again in the stretch and was press ¬ ing the winner hard at the finish finishThe The meeting which terminated this afternoon was in all respects the best in the long history of this track and exceeded even the most roseate expecta ¬ tions of the management The daily attendance has been of wonderful numbers and on feature days the plant was inadequate to accommodate the crowds The racing has been wholesome and unattended by any unsavory incidents incidentsChief Chief action of a judicial nature the stewards were called upon to deal out applied against rough riding and some of the jockeys were given stiff suspensions which had a salutary effect General Manager Matt J Winn and Resident Manager Harry F Breivogi1 can well feel elated over the success of the present Latonia meeting meetingC C W Clarks select string of racers in charge of trainer George Barnes will be siiipped to Sara ¬ toga where they will campaign It will mark the first time that the Clark colors will be seen at Saratoga SaratogaMose Mose Goldblatt bought Whippet by private pur ¬ chase this morning He lias changed his plan of shipping east and will remain here for the summer possibly sending some of Ills horses later on to Canadian tracks Greenland that Goldblatt was training for H P Whitney will be taken along by S A Clopton Cobwebs and Truly Rural were sent to the Whitney farm to be turned out 7 C Milam intends shipping the horses under his care to be turned out at Lexington until the fall racing arrives arrivesAt At the request of the J B Elwell administrator E U Bradley and T G McDowell appraised th value of the collective string being trained by Lloyd Gentry and sent the estimates east eastLord Lord Wrack has Ixeu added to the string of A L Kirby by private purchase this morning The horse will be shipped to Canada tomorrow M'Dowell Yearlings Not For Sale MDOWELL YEARLINGS NOT FOR SALE Thomas C McDowells colors will not be seen at Saratoga his summer as it is the intention of the owner to ship those he has been racing at Latonia to his Ashland Farm near Lexington to be rested until the fall Kentucky racing comes on Mr McDowell has also decided not to ship any of his yearlings to Saratoga sales ring or sell them privately as it is his intention to train all the youngsters and replenish his stable extensively next year Thirty Leading Winning Owners: H. P. Whitney And J. K. L. Ross Far In Advance Of All Competitors, With The Former Holding A Present Advantage THIRTY LEADING WINNING OWNERS H P WHITNEY AND J K L ROSS FAR IN ADVANCE ADVANCEOF OF All COMPETITORS WITH THE FORMER FORMERHOLDING HOLDING A PRESENT AD VANTAGE With half of the racing campaign of 1920 safely disposed of results to owners have attained generous aggregates The outstanding feature nt the present time is closeness of the race between the powerful II P Whitney and J K L Koss stables Just now the Whitney stable has the best of it and seems destined to bring Mr Whitney the leadership which has belonged to Commander Koss for two successive years The Ross stable suffers from the disability of last years star Sir Barton while the Whitney stable has great strength in the fact that it has at least four threeyearolds able to hold their own against any of their age except the unrivaled Man o War With these it now seems to have as good as a foreclosed mortgage on the valuable Latonia Championship Stakes of this year a factor that seems conclusive in favor of Mr Whitney Aside from this the stable is amply furnished with superior two yearolds while the Koss stable is comparatively weak in that division although the 25000 Sun Turret has not yet shown the racing public what he can do Aside from the two leaders Ral Parr shows best mainly through the prowess of his sterling colt Paul Jones Illustrative of what a good horse does for a stable the Parr earnings now exceed the stable total of last year which then was the greatest in its history Compared with last year Sam Hildreth makes a sorry showing but he still has some cracking good horses and may do better presently His colt Dominique is quite capable of doing surprising things in racing if he presently redeems the promise of his twoyearold form Here is a decidedly interesting presentation of the present standing of the thirty leading American owners Won in Leading Winner Won in Leading Winner 1919 Owner OwnerII in 1919 1919Vexatious 1920 in 1020 92308 II P Whitney Vexatious 127090 Upset 209303 J K L Koss Sir Barton 120008 Boniface 01457 R Parr ParrGlen Blazes 02491 Paul Jones 87870 Glen Riddle Farm Man o Var 44222 Man o War 23017 Suuuylaiid Stable Slippery Elm 35534 Irish Kiss 32308 E It Bradley Busy Signal 33200 Believe Idle Hour 14120 W V Thraves Marse John 20724 Mile Dazie 23071 Greentree Stable Syosset 20549 Square Dealer 19179 J Arthur Bondage 20401 Bondage 17090 W J Salmon Eddie Rickonbachcr RickonbachcrMidnight 25920 Careful 11879 J R Skjnker Midnight Sun 25032 Midnight Sun 100075 S C Hildreth Mail Hatter 24423 Cirru = 39201 E B McLean The Porter J032 vThu 1orter cieek TT 77 77Hannibal 23755 Paul Weiilei K T Wilson Hannibal 23510 Dry Moon C B Irwiu Tenipy Duncan 22955 Jake Schas Williams Bros Legal 22473 Dr Rae R L Baker King Goriu 22270 King Gorin S A Clopton Plenty 21880 Bullet Proof J M Goode GoodeA Harvest King 21400 Sands of Pleasure A H Diaz Orestes 20982 Blue Wrack C W Chirk Sway 20111 Piedra W C Weant Baby Cal 19920 Key Mar Mar107UO H Giddings GiddingsG 107UO St Paul G W Formaii Bolster 18052 Bolster G L Blackford Bagpipe 18020 Centimeter Centimeter179M W K Coe Cleopatra 179M Cleopatra Beach Stable StableB Flags 17057 Flags B J Brannon St Bernard 10021 Drastic K Spence Hocnir 10450 Forest Embry Page 2 Many Improvements At Laurel Park: New Paddock Under Course of Construction--Additional Stables Built to Replace Those Burned. MANYIMPROVEMENTS AT LAUREL PARK Now Paddock Under Course of Construction Addi ¬ tional Stables Built to Replace Those Burned BALTIMORE Mil July 10 Extensive improve ¬ ments are now under way iit Laurel Park which will be completed in plenty of time for the fall meeting in Octolier OctolierMost Most pretentious of the improvements is a new paddock which is being liuilt on the broad lawns to the right of the clubhouse This structure will In on most modern lines circular in shape and novel in detail The building will haye a liameter rf 121 feet The back of tin building will lx inclosed with glass in the up er sections The front which will be tin part facing the track Avill be a series of arches entering on a broad promenade walk from which a complete view of the entire paddock may be had Xo one is to be permitted beypnd this walk but owners and train ¬ ers with their assistants that have horses par ¬ ticipating in a race The roof of the building will be set high and will bo chiefly of glass with a system of ventillation which can be controlled for th changes in the weather conditions conditionsTwenty Twenty stalls will be provided They will be big and roomy 11 by 10 feet dimensions which mean ample room for saddling and other pre ¬ liminary preparation The walking ring will be eightyone feet in diameter without obstruction the roof being supported by five uprights in the center where a station for the paddock judge will be arranged on a raised platform Beyond the paddock will he a new building in Which pro ¬ vision will le made for the office of the racing secretary jockey quarters a scale room hospital horsemens rooms and an administration office ns well as a rest room and diningroom for the riders ridersThe The building will be three stories in height and the plans call for many details entirely new in structures of this sort Both this iHiildiiij and the paddock will be set well back so they will not interfere in any way with the view of the track from the clubhouse and grandstand Tlie stables at the head of the stretch which were burned last winter have been replaced by four new barns of mcxVrn design containing llS stalls and thirtytwo living rooms for the stable employes Mayn of these rooms are arranged on a second story the ends of the stables being finished with a cottage effect effectThe The old paddcok has neen removed and the space it occirpied used for an extension of the grand ¬ stand This means accommodations for a couple of thousand more of the tricks patrons patronsShirts Shirts last fall every attention has been given the steeplechase course and this will continue until it is needed for racing The management appreciating the popularity of this class of sport is doing everything to provide a turf that will satisfy the owners of jumpers and this means that practically every stable that shelters a cross ¬ country performer will be oii hand to participate Aqueduct AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCTThe The horses which seem best in Mondays races Aqueduct New York X Y July 10 y El 1rimo Liberty Girl Huron II IIfi fi Little Nearer Queen of the Sea Valspar Mad Hatter St Allan Crystal Ford 4 CAREI rL Crocus Prodigy 5 Tattle Panainan Youneed Sedgefield Machiavelli Oriole OrioleF F J Ortell OrtellChicago Chicago Handicap 1 Lovers Lane II Locust Leaves Valerie West WestHuron Huron II 2 Transpero Little Nearer Valspar Queen of ofthe the Sea 3 CROMWELL Lord Urighton Mad Hatter Lady LadyGertrude Gertrude 4 Careful Crocus Joan Marie Prodigy 5 Title Oath Cum Sail Poor Butterfly 5 Machiavelli Normal Oriole Alcatraz AlcatrazNew New York Handicap 1 Belgian Queen Madam Byng Huron II El ElPrimo Primo 2 Transpero Queen of the Sea Valspar Little LittleNearer Nearer 3 Mad Hatter Lady Gertrude Tableau dHon dHonneur neur St Allan 4 CAREFUL Crocus Joan Marie Prodigy Ti Yonneed Panaman War Plume War Smoke 0 Oriole Michiavelli Normal Aleatraz AleatrazRiiffnloM RiiffnloM Handicap 1 Lovers Lane II Locust Leaves Valerie West WestHuron Huron II 2 Transput Little Nearer Valspar Queen of ofthe the Sea 3 CROMWELL Lord Brighton Mad Hatter Lady LadyGertrude Gertrude 4 Careful Crocus Joan Marie Prodigy v5 Title Oath Panaman Yonneed 0 Macliiavelli Normal Oriole Alcatraz AlcatrazObservers Observers Handicap 1 Huron II Thistle Queen Valerie West El ElPrimo Primo 2 Valspar Little Nearer King Terry Queen of ofthe the Sea 3 Lord Itrighton Cromwell Crystal Ford Lady LadyGertrude Gertrude 4 CAREFUL Crocus Joan Marie Prodigy 5 War Smoke Gath Panaman Poor Hnttcrfly C Oriole Normal Costly Colours Machiavelli MachiavelliCotiHciiHiiH CotiHciiHiiH of Handicap 1 Lovers Lane II Belgian Queen El Primo PrimoHuron Huron II 2 Traiispuro Valspar Little Nearer Queen of ofthe the Sea 3 S C Hildreth entry Cromwell Lady Gertrude GertrudeSt St Allan 4 CAUEKlL Crocus Joan Marie Prodigy rATiUq Youneed War Smoke Tattle o OrioIe Machiavelli Normal Sedgtirield Devonshire Park Meeting at an End DEVONSHIRE PARK MEETING AT AN END WINDSOR Ontario July 10 The Devonshire meeting came to a close here today with an at ¬ tendance that surpassed all previous records at this course The Prince Edward Hotel Handicap of 5000 added was the big attraction of a fine program but the absence of The Porter Paul Veidel and Bondage which were expected to he among the starters robbed the race of much in ¬ terest Only four faced the barrier with Snap ¬ dragon II and Gain de Cause the favored ones The winner turned up in Honolulu Boy ridden by Stirling with Snapdragon II and Gciin de Cause getting the minor portions of the stake stakeKentucky Kentucky Boy annexed the opener after a sharp brush with Rouen while in the following race Mary Reigel and Nurse Jane had a hot argument the former winning by a neck neckAgain Again in the third anil fourth races were the finishes close both Lancelot and Short Stop scor ¬ ing by the smallest of margins marginsJockey Jockey 1 OBrien who came here especially to pilot John S Rcardoii in the iBorder Cities Stakes remained here to pilot 12 H McLeans The Por ¬ ter In the 5Co Prince Edward Hotel Handicap the feature of tin closing day dayAs As a result of Antiphons victory Thursday the Seagram Stable breeders of the colt will receive ICM which is donated by the Western Racing As ¬ sociation in all cases to the breeder of a Canadian bred horse winning an open race raceE E T Coltfin with his stable is a recent now arrival from Latonia LatoniaJockey Jockey Dishmon who received a bad fall here on the opening day of the meeting had several pieces of bone removed from his head Attending physicians say he is now out of dancer but it will be necessary to replace the broken bolie with a sil vcr plate plateJockey Jockey W Moores suspension was for the dura ¬ tion if this meeting only not for the remainder of the season as was announced Latest News From Blue Grass State LATEST NEWS FROM BLUE GRASS STATE LEXINGTON Ky July 10 The six yearlings sold by Messrs John I Cnrr and Thomas Piatt to George II Baker of Dayton Ohio during the Lexington race meeting were brought in from the farm this week to the Kentucky Jockey Club track and are now being broken by Henry Roberts Tney are to be trained by AVill Perkins and are as fol ¬ lows lowsChestnut Chestnut colt by Delhi Starcadia StarcadiaChestnut Chestnut colt by Dick Finnell Coruscate CoruscateBrown Brown colt by Vnlcain Xcnobia XcnobiaBrown Brown colt by Dick Finnell Paradise Won WonBrown Brown celt by Dick Finnell Sandringham Belle BelleChestnut Chestnut filly by Rockview Compensate CompensateMessrs Messrs Carr and Pintt have sold to W II Howe of Shrcveport La and shipped to Louisville to be broken by Albert Williams two chestnut colts by North Star III the dam of one beinjj Randella the other Machette MachetteE E F Sinims while in Lexington recently bought from E C Christian the yearling brown colt by Sweep Fascination by Buck Masse MasseJohn John Miller is making preparations to ship the Short Grass Stud yearlings to Saratoga Monday if he can secure a car which has been promised for the last two weeks weeksThe The iir situation here is annoying to persons who want to get their young horses to market at Saratoga during August A number of the breed ¬ ers have determined not to depend entirely upon the express company and unless they can get ex ¬ press cars promptly will ship by freight Owner Of Alleged Ringer Seeks To Recover Horse OWNER OF ALLEGED RINGER RINGERSEEKS SEEKS TO RECOVER HORSE OTTAWA Out July 10 The Little Boy case arising out of alleged misrepresentation in connei tion with 01 e of the races at the recent meeting of the Conn night Park Jockey Club took another turn when t le horse was taken out of the custody of the Com aught Park Jockey Club and placed in the keepi ig of A Nayion of Hull pending the outcome of n action which has been taken In the Hull Superior Court by Fred G Banifield of De troit who now clajms to be the rightful owner of Little Boy BoyBamford Bamford said that Dr George Hall of Baltimore sold Little Rov to E S Moore at Baltimore in November last and that he paid Moore 1000 for therac r A merry1 legal battle for possession of the alleged ringer will likely result E. R. Bradley's Richly Bred Filly: Believe Idle Hour Heralded as One of Best Youngsters Shown in Kentucky This Year. E R BRADLEYS RICHLY BRED FILLY Believe Idle Hour Heralded as One of Best Young ¬ sters Shown in Kentucky This Year One of the best fillies that has shown on the Kentucky circuit is Believe Idle Hour which de ¬ feated Miss Muffins in the Clipsetta Stakes at La ¬ tonia Miss Muffins had been heralded as the fleetest of the twoyearold filly division in the West She met defeat in the last few strides in the Clipsetta but she was giving away much poundage to the Bradley filly fillyJ J O Keene who bred ami owns an interest in Miss Muffins is not satisfied that Believe Idle Hour is better than Miss Muffins and he is out with a defi to match Miss Muffins against Believe Idle Hour at equal weights for a goodly amount Believe Idle Hour is a richly Americanbred filly for one generation on her sire and dams side anil runs back several American crosses ou her dams side Following is Believe Idle Hours pedigree Domino DominoS Disguise S I Bonnie Gal O1 Helmet K r I St Simon SimonSt St Mildred Lady Fitz James Voter j Friars Balsam Mavourueeu Commando Citronella by St Simon Light Brigade Gains Prominence: Daddy of Brigadier General, Prodigy, Helium and Scottish Chieftain Promises Much to Turf. LIGHT BRIGADE GAINS PROMINENCE PROMINENCEDaddy Daddy of Brigadier General Prodigy Helium and Scottish Chieftain Promises Much to Turf The recent sale of Brigadier General to Samuel G Kiddle of Glen Riddle Farm Pennsylvania for the reporteil price of 30000 brings into prominence the sire of that youngster Light Brigade vhicli is domiciled at the Hartland Stud of former United States Senator Johnson N Camden president of the Kentucky Jockey Chili and chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission Light Bri ¬ gade has succeeded the famous Ben Brush now dead as the hqad of that noted Kentucky breed ¬ ing establishment establishmentLight Light Jtrigtule is a son of Picton he a son of Orvieto and lie a son of Bend Or dam Bridge of Sighs she a daflghter of Isinglass and Santa Brig ida she by St Simon Bridget a sister of Melton He belongs to the Number S Family iln Bruce Lowe reckoning and represents the best there is of English thoroughbred bloo and the blending of the potent strains in him is wellnigh perfect He was a highclass race horse of a family tlfat has produced celebrated racers as well as suc ¬ cessful sires He could hold his own with the best sprinters and he maintained his sn ed under weight at distances up to one mile and a half with the stoutest longdistance runners of his time Light Brigade is a splendid breeder In Briga ¬ dier General be has not only produced a giant a twoyearold with the size and bulk of a four yearold but a horse of fine balance Brigadier Geiieral has raced so far at a disadvantage He was cut out for long distance runiiing That lie will do better when the youngsters begin to go threequarters of a mile and farther is a foregone conclusion His dam was Yolauda a daughter pf St Florian and Involved an English mare bjr Royal Hampton James Fitzsimmons representing the Quincy Stable bought Brigadier General at the Camden yearling sales at Saratoga last year for 1000 and in view of the price secured for him last wceic he was a rare bargain 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FORT ERIE MEETING OVER f t 1 Largest Crowd in History of the Course Sees Final Days Racing Marjorie Hynes and Clean Gone Goneat at Long Odds Win the thePrincipal Principal Eaces FORT ERIE Ontario July 10 The first meet ¬ ing of the Niagara Racing Association closed this afternoon with the running of an attractive card and the largest crowd in the history of the course attending On an average the fields were larger than in the previous days of the meeting A fast track under sunny skies developed seme excellent racing Interest was divided between the fourth and fifth races the former the Great Lakes Han ¬ dicap at a mile and seventy yards bringing out the best handicap horses here while the Buffalo Handicap at threequarters of a mile was con ¬ tested by a large speedy and wellbalanced field fieldLongpriced Longpriced winners figured prominently in to ¬ days results Marjorie Hynes at long odds ac ¬ counted for the sprinting feature of the day in easy fashion but was fortunate in having the strongest contenders carried wide in the stretch Jilarjcrie Ilynes set the pace from the start and turned into the stretch with a comfortable lead with King Herod George Starr and His Choice right in line and all apparently ready for a charge on the leader when Simpson on King Herod car ¬ ried the others wide and put them out of the run ¬ ning Mayor House and St Queutin slipped through the opening thus made and divided the remainder of tiie purse between them themClean Clean tione supplied the upset in the longdis ¬ tance feature Coming from behind after being confidently rated behind a killing pace through tie first half mile the J Farrell color bearer wore down Dr Joe in the last sixteenth and won by a neck from the latter Midnight Sun saved third money Clean Gone equaled the track record of 142 for a mile and 70 yards established by Lovetie The time in the sprint feature also was excellent being but threefifths of a second slower than the 111 made by Leochares LeocharesThe The afternoons sport began by the overthrow of the public choice Sweet Bouquet being uuplace in the first race the unconsidered Jim Petrie pay ¬ ing 83910 for S2 scampering home ahead of Glow Worm with Miss Eijwards in third place placeAgain Again in the following race a long shot was home first in Roseate which beat the favorite Flying Ford a length after the latter had set the pace to the last eighth eighthBlazonry Blazonry was liked best in the third but Jack 1C made a runaway of the race winning by ten lengths lengthsTrophy Trophy carrying the colors of W F Poison the Buffalo turfman attempted to runaway with the sixth race but lost ground on the turn in the homestretch and Night Wind closing with a ter ¬ rific hurst of speed caught the leader and out gamed him in the final strides stridesJockey Jockey Butwell was struck in the eye by a lump of dirt in the running of the first race while astride Fair Lassie and yas forced to pull up his mount while in a contending position positionJoseph Joseph McLennan and his assistants Larry OSBrien and Melville Alien leave for AVindsor to ¬ night William Martin who has been serving the Cana ¬ dian Ilacing Associations as patrol and paddock judge at this meeting will serve in the former capacity fit Windsor WindsorHORSES HORSES SHIPPED TO WINDSOR WINDSORLoading Loading 6f horses to be shipped to Windsor be ¬ gan immediately after the seventh race Cars were not available to accommodate all those who yjshed to make the trip but arrangements have been nuide by representatives of the express com ¬ panies to start another train rolling Sunday or Monday Among those shioping to Windsor are E W Moore W Burttschell Dick Williams O E 1oiis Ilarrv Giddings J Walters F Musante t Seifert G E Phillips T Hodge D Raymond I B Dunn J Kennedy J D Atkins II Neu steter M Lowcnstein H Oots G M Hendrie J JJixon and the Seagram and Thorucliffe stables stablesThe The horses of S A Clopton will be sent from here to Empire City CityiFred iFred Kchelke trainer of the Canadian division of the J K L Ross stable shipped His Choice and Princeps to New York after their races to ¬ day The remainder of the Ross horses will be sent to Hamilton on Tuesday to be rested up for the next meeting there Jockeys Claver and De Mayo will accompany the stable to Windsor WindsorAnother Another consignment of thoroughbreds will bo made to Hamilton Monday including those of E T Zollicoffer W Oliver C A Crew C Irby anI the Brookdale Stable StableShaun Shaun Gilmartin who has been in charge of the parimutiiel department here leaves tomorrow night for Baltimore where he will assist Morti ¬ mer Mahoney in getting the Pimlico and Laurel plants ready for fall racing racingL L Brown shipped his useful sprinter Sedan to Montreal last night On Monday there will be another shipment to the Mount Royal course in ¬ cluding the horses of W French B E Chapman and A V Thomas among others othersStarter Starter Frank McGinty was a visitor at the course today coining here from Toronto TorontoItryuhlld Itryuhlld was added to the schooling list yes ¬ terday terdayThe The mysterious visit of J W Hendricks to Ottawa coincident with the Little Boy ringer inci ¬ dent is being investigated according to announce ¬ ment by Canadian Racing Associations officials today todayF F Musante has reversed his intention of tak ¬ ing over the training of Spearlene for W J Kramer Instead A C Xiehaus will look to the conditioning of the horse horseThe The Calumet Stable has wired here asking that a price be placed on Dr Joe from the J S Tyrce stable stableT T Francis goes from here to Windsor for the racing there where his horses are stabled in care of James Arthur Government Recognition Of Horse: Seen in Annual Appropriation of $250,000 for Breeding Purposes--Stallions Now in Service. GOVERNMENT RECOGNITION OF HORSE Seen in Annual Appropriation of 250000 for Breeding Purposes Stallions Now in Service WASHINGTON D C July 10 Members of the National Remount Association and others inter ¬ ested in the horse are jubilant over securing an annual appropriation of S 0000 for the pro ecu tloti of the work of horse breeding in the various zones into which the country has been divided un ¬ der the plan formulated when it was decided to place the experiment under federal supervision The fund became available fi July 1 and tin work will now go forward expcditiously expcditiouslyThe The Remount Association whih is composed of army and civilian experts is entitled to the great ¬ est credit in connection with securing this award For many years 50000 was set aside for the work of horse breeding under government control and this was finally reduced to 25000 where it stood when Avar Was declared With such a pitiful Amount available the work was restricted and re ¬ sults were almost negligible The war and the demand for horses growing out of it brought for ¬ ward experts who had been abroad and knew con ¬ ditions Out of the agitation which ensued has come the Xational Remount Association with a membership of 1000 and growing rapidly as the objective and importance of the movement is be ¬ coming known knownWhile While the Remount Association is entitled to praise then are words of commendation also for The Jockey Club and publicspiritetl citizens asso ¬ ciated with racing who donated stallions and made it possible to get the work under way two years before the increased appropriation became available Going still further back it was the donations of thoroughbred sires to the federal government by the chairman of The Jockey Club and others many years ago which made it possible to do what little experimental breeding was car ¬ ried on in Virginia with Front Royal as head ¬ quarters Witliout this object lesson it wpuld have taken many years to crystallize sentiment aiid give impetus to the movement which is now so safely and substantially launched launchedLOCATIONS LOCATIONS OF STALLIONS STALLIONSThe The latest official list pf thoroughbred sires lo ¬ cated in the various zones totals fortytwo and the number is being added to constantly two new donations Figiuny and Military System having come through the Breeding Bureau of The Jockey Cliib wijhin the last week Sires cf blood are now located in Xew York Pennsylvania West Virginia South Dakota Georgia Illinois Kansas Arkansas Texas Oklahoma Nebraska and Mon ¬ tana Other states will receive their quota in the near future or as fast as t thoroughbred horses of the proper type becoiiie available availableLieut Lieut Col C L Scott of the Quartermaster Generals office who is active in the work said a few days ago We could use 100 to 150 addi ¬ tional horses next spring The work has begun auspiciously however and good results are bound to come from the plan which calls for the co ¬ operation of breeders everywhere We hope to have from 1000 to 1500 foals from last springs campaign For the first time in its history the United States now has the necessary machinery to produce the sort of horse we must breed in order to keep pace with other nations who have given the subject of remount replacement the sit tiontlon it deserves deservesWORK WORK IS SYSTEMATIZED SYSTEMATIZEDThe The work1 has been so systematized resumed Coonel Scott tfiat we hope to have every active horseman as an ally Officers in charge of federal purchasing headquarters will encourage the move ¬ ment and report to the chief of the Remount Service the number of breeding centers his district is capable of maintaining There should be ons of these stations to each twntyfive square miles A report will be made on the type and quality of the mares available and great care will be exer ¬ cised as the time to avoid mistakes is at the start No unsound or unfit mares will be accepted and the type of mares jn each district will de ¬ termine the character of horse to be used Only approved mares will be granted certificates by the board of inspection which will include the officer of the dejot and a veterinarian Sentiment for the plan will be stimulated by the holding of fairs and the awarding of premiums and ribbons Sires and mares and their produce will be exhibited so that the people may learn something of tl e typo1 we are endeavoring to secure The government will take no option on the produce but a record wall be kept of every foal Horse markets will be established at the various centers and whenever purchases aru to be made there will be an in ¬ spection and such as are available will be bought Many of the highest class animals will find a ready market for use either as hunters or riding horses It should be a profitable as well as a patriotic undertaking undertakingThe The stallions when not in the breeding zones will be housed at the following remount depots Fort Keogh Montana Fort Robinson Nebraska Fort Reno Oklahoma and Front Royal Virginia VirginiaThe The fojlnwing is a list of the horses and their present location locationplains plains Express by Adam Gcnesee Valley ValleyDanger Danger Rock by Rock Sand Exton Pa PaPcrkco Pcrkco by Previous Knoxville Va VaSir Sir IIiion by Alverscot Staunton Va VaGreek Greek Legend by Evadne Flint Hill Va VaGun Gun Rock by Rock Sand Frcdericksbg Va VaShanballymore Shanballymore by CrackenthorpeEagle Btitte S D DFerole Ferole by Ortne Camp Gordon Ga GaLight Light Arms by Labrador Camp Grant HI HIValais Valais by Flint Rock Camp Pike Ark ArkDeliunn Deliunn by Fugleman CampFnnstonKaii CampFnnstonKaiiGreeuways Greeuways Best by GreenwayCamp Lee Va VaMohawk Mohawk by Cliuctanunda Camp Trevis Tex TexOSullivan OSullivan by Oddfellow Ft Robinson Neb NebRoly Roly by Golden Maxim Ft Robinson Neb NebDefense Defense by Star Shoot Ft Robinson Neb NebSaratoga Saratoga by Ogden Ft Keogh Mont MontSwing Swing Loose by Broomstick Ft Keogh Mont MontMeteorite Meteorite by Star Shoot Ft Keogh Mont MontMediation Mediation by Handspring Ft Keogh Mont MontStar Star Ben by Ben Brush Front Itoyal Va VaHurry Hurry by Hastings Front Royal Va VaYankee Yankee by Hanover Front Roval Va VaPharaoh Pharaoh by Meddler Front Royal Va VaCock Cock o the Walk by Peep oDay Front Royal Va Fashion Plate by Woolsthorpe Front Royal Va VaCaptain Captain John by Watercress Front Royal Va VaDr Dr Boots by The Commoner Fort Reno Okla OklaDesmonds Desmonds Day by Desmond Fort Reno Okla OklaKleburne Kleburne by Orlando Fort Reno Okla OklaEd Ed Roche by The Commoner Fprt JJeno Okla OklaEd Ed Luce by Guiding Star Fort Reno Okla OklaSerf Serf Savin by St Savin Fort Reno Okla OklaRobert Robert Kay by Peep oDay Fort Reno Okla OklaAshton Ashton by Electioneer Fort Reno Okla OklaDuke Duke of Ormonde by Ormonde Fort Reno Okla OklaTrial Trial by Jury by Fair Play Fort Reno Okla OklaCaptain Captain Ray by Sea King Fort Reno Okla OklaSquare Square Set by Duke of Ormonde Fort Reno Okla 3Iarse Henry by Ren Brush Fort Reno Okla OklaBeachcomber Beachcomber by Rock Sand Fort Reno Okla OklaUncle Uncle Jimmy Gray by Bonnie Joe Fort Reno Okla Page 3 Windsor Opens Wednesday: $88,000 in Stakes and Purses Offered for Seven Days' Racing.; Frontier Handicap of $10,000 Added Attracts the Stars of the East and West. WINDSOR OPENS WEDKESDtr 88000 in Stakes and Purses Of ¬ fered for Seven Days7 Racing Frontier Handicap of 10000 10000Added Added Attracts the Stars of ofthe the East and West WINDSOR Ontario July 10 Tlio Windsor Jockey Club of which George 31 Hendrie is presi ¬ dent and Waller O Farmer secretary will offer during is seven days meeting beginning Wednes ¬ day July 14 and continuing to Wednesday July 21 88000 ill stakes and purses This is the largest sum ever offered by a Canadian racing association for seven days of racing The stake features for the meeting and their order of run ¬ ning are as follows followsFrontier Frontier Handicap 10000 added mile and tin eighth threeyearolds and over Wednesday July 14 14Walkerville Walkerville Handicap 2000 threequarlers of a mile threeyearolds nnd over Thursday July 15 15Teciiniseh Teciiniseh Handicap 2000 mile and a sixteenth threeyearolds Friday July Id IdWindsor Windsor Handicap 2000 mile and a sixteenth threeyearolds and over Saturday July 17 17Provincial Provincial Handicap 5000 added five and a half furlongs twoyearolds Saturday July 17 17Canadian Canadian Handicap 5000 added mile and an eighth threeyearolds and over Monday July 1 1Belle Belle Isle Handicap 2000 mile and an eighth threeyearolds and over Tuesday July 20 20Essex Essex Handicap 5000 added one mile three yearolds Wednesday July 21 21Quality Quality rather than quantity is embraced in the nominations for the Frontier Handicap the rich ¬ est turf event to he run in Canada this year that will bo decided on opening day As in the years before racing was curtailed in Canada by an order in council of the Dominion government the foremost stables of the American continent are represented in the entries to the Frontier FrontierPrior Prior to the strife and stress of the world war more horses than are nominated this year induced entrance fees from their owners but at no time in the long history of the handicap has a greater band of thoroughbreds been named than this year yearHarry Harry Payne Whitney whose colors have been carried in this race in years gone by has named Vexatious Leviathan Amaze Upset John P Orier Wildair Damask and Dr Clark the last named the victor in the richest handicap of the year the Independence Handicap at Latonia worth 170 0 to the winner winnerCommander Commander J 1C L Ross is well represented in the nominations with Sir Barton Hilly Kelly Boniface and Milkmaid It is more than likely that if trainer Bedwell decides to send one of the Ross stars here for the Frontier it will be Boniface which has won eight races this year defeating some of the l est horses in the country and is always found battling with the leaders 110 matter how much weight he may be carrying carryingReports Reports from the East are that W S Kilmer will ship Exterminator here for the big opening fea ¬ ture The Kentucky Derby winner of 1018 is in rare fettle right now and is always a dangerous factor in the best of company companyKing King Goriri twice winner of the Kentucky Handi ¬ cap is another tried and true campaigner that is certain to start in the Frontier 31 Lowensteins crack threeyearold Paul Weidel is also among the nominations but it is hardly likely that his owner will send him agaJnst such formidable opponents as he will be called on to meet in the big Windsor feature featureIt It is expected that S C Hildreth will send either Cirrus or Mad Hatter to carry his colors in the Frontier and according to word from Kentucky E 15 McLean has decided to send his great little The Porter here Midnight Sun which has won five races in suc ¬ cession is also an eligible and a likely starter starterThe The Frontier will be well worth winning as with the entrance and starting fees the net value to the successful borse will be between 9000 and 10000 The following is a complete list of the nominations to the Frontier Bondage Drastic Westy Hogan King Gorin Patches LErrant Over There Cleopatra War 3Iask Star Realm Plenty Mavor House Atta Boy II Regalo Kinburn Dres ¬ den Be Frank Mad Hatter Corn Tassel Thunder ¬ clap Cirrus Valor Alibi Lothair Wcstwood Stockwell Rancher Claymore Dr Ilickman Pas toureau Exterminator Paul Weidel The Trout Prince Hal The Porter Bridesman Sandy Beal Gillager Foreground Ed Stone Besthoff Peace Pennant Sir Barton Billy Kelly Boniface Milk ¬ maid 31ake Up Simpleton John O Slippery Elm Irish Kiss 3Iidnight Sun Cock o the Roost Kal lipolis General Haig Leviathan Vexatious Amaze Upset Dr Clark John P Gricr Sundial II Tom MeTaggart Alula 3Iysterious Girl and Linden Comment On Grand Prix Winner COMMENT ON GRAND PRIX WINNER NEW YORK N Y July 10 The result of the Grand Prix said II K Knapp a steward of Tlie Jockey Club yesterday gives added force to the recently published renarks of Frank K Sturgis f the breeding bureau of The Jockey Club as to the desirability of breeding to families which have demonstrated their possession of stamina and con stitution In the Derby a threeyearold the produce of the mare Ilammerkop which has been raced over long distances of ground during a long period scored a notable victory The fact that the second horse in that race was of the produce of tlie winner of the Oaks which had already pro ¬ duced the winner of the St Leger was perhaps a coincidence but what are you going to do about it when the granddam of Orpheus third in that race appears strongly in the pedigree of both Spion Kop winner of the Derby and Comrade win ¬ ner of the Grand Prix I refer to the mare Sirenia which is the dam of Sourabaya the mother of Comrade This mare is a sister to Ilammerkop being by Gallinule Concussion ConcussionThere There is another fact in connection with the Grand Prix which is of interest to breeders con ¬ tinued 3Ir Knapp and that is that the sire of Comrade the Irish horse Bachelors Double is of the product of Lady Jiawn which was a twin Twins as a rule are not considered desirable for either racing or breeding but Lady Bawn bred to Tredennis foaled Bachelors Double which won the Irish Derby the City and Suburban Handicap the Royal Hunt Cup and the Kempton Park Jubi ¬ lee When a fouryearold he was priced to an American sportsman at 30000 30000Comrade Comrade as a twoyearold had a clean slate capturing three victories out of as many starts His first race was at Newmarket on July when he won the Sales Stakes a five furlongs and 140 yards event On September 19 of the same year iomrade led the field at Lingfield in the 3Ioor OKn Two YearOld Plate in which he was the favorite against fourteen opponents His third ap ¬ pearance that year was in the Great Sapling Stakes at Sandown Park on October 24 Ridden by J H Martin an American jockey Comrade had little trouble in annexing first honors honorsHis His previous race this year before the Grand Prix was at Hurst Park where on 3Iay 1 he won the Paradise Plate one mile and a quarter The margin of victory was four lengths lengthsComrade Comrade a brown colt by Bachelors Double Sourabaya was purchased as a yearling by Mr I P Gilpin at Tattersalls Newmarket sale Sep lember 10 1918 for 125 Air Line For Continental Racegoers AIR LINE FOR CONTINENTAL RACEGOERS The HandleyPage Companys air service is now in full swing between London ami the continent especially to Paris Ten special machines took a full complement of passengers from London to set the Grand Prix rare at Longchamps The fare is one way and 90 round trip Racing men and often rite riders leave England in the morning see or ride in a race and return the same evening The flying time is less than that taken for a trip to IKmcaster or Liverpool I Irish Derby To He Goes; Winner Son Of Prince Palatine IRISH DERBY TO HE GOES GOESWINNER WINNER SON OF PRINCE PALATINE The Irish Derby was run at the Curragh Kil dare June 23 and won by lie Goes one of the two English visitors for the race The race summary follows followsIrish Irish Derby 20000 17000 to owner of win ¬ ner 1000 to breeder 1000 to owner and 500 to breeder of second 500 to owner of third Penal ¬ ties and allowances one and a half miles Capf Whitworths br c He Goes by Prince PrincePalatine Palatine Feronia 12 F Teiiiplcman 1 1Mr Mr Lowrvs ch c Wily Attorney by Tredennis Bachelors Bcrrill 122 Jos Canty 2 2Mr Mr Whites gr c Prince Herod by Roi Herode Egglestoue 120 S Donoghue Mr Laidlaws Kirk Alloway 12i W Barrett 0 0Mr Mr Powers I ombard 121 E Quirke n nMr Mr Carrs 3Iichaelis Liber 121 Dines 0 03Ir 3Ir Cogans Aeroplane IM M Bcary 0 0apt apt E Shirleys Red Rhetoric 120 II Bean ley 0 0Betting Betting 5 to 2 against Wily Attorney 3 to 1 against He Goes 4 to 1 against Kirk Alloway to 1 against Aeroplane 7 to 1 against 3Iichaelis Liber 10 to 1 each against Prince Herod and Red Rhetoric and 100 to 1 against Lombard LombardWon Won by a length half a length between second and third An objection on the grounds of bump ¬ ing boring and crossing was overruled Time 240 Mutuels Impress Investigators MUTUELS IMPRESS INVESTIGATORS WINDSOR Ontario July 10 Officials of the Ontario government including Inspector Greer of Toronto and Inspectors Smith and Hannah of Windsor after having inspected the parimutuels system of speculation at Devonshire Park ex ¬ pressed themselves as favorably impressed with conditions The system which was first used in France is tlie style in use here No individual machines arc used but the total amount on the entire field is shown on the totalizer in front of the grandstand Inspector Greer will investi ¬ gate conditions at all the tracks in Ontario with a view to making a report to the government Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES T J G Cincinnati O No As the race was run there was no Waterbury entry in it itJ J T Chicago 111 Since both horses named were scratched the parlay was void voidJ J B Cincinnati O Post anl off time of race 48512 was correct as printed in Daily Racing Form FormG G H P Chicago III The Latouia track was muddy July S and a correction from slow to muddy has been made madeJ J A Springfield III There will be no more racing in Kentucky until fall witii the exception of a number of fair meetings meetingsBert Bert W Detroit 3Iich Jack Lucas is a brown gelding seven years old by L P Davis Nairn by Sidney Lucas LucasII II V Cincinnati 0 The horse that was en ¬ tered and ran in the race inquired il oiit was La Kross not Lackrose Consequently wagers on Lackroso were draws drawsA A II C Ottawa Out Pretty late to be raising a question in regard to a price prce in a rac race run so ago The show pric of Irish Kiss was 115 to 100 II II S Troy O Both Cincinnati and Chicago are under daylight saving time consequently their j time is the same Latonia races were run by Cincinnati time timeE E C Cincinnati 0 An entry is cue or more horses A coupled entry is two or more horses Royal Jester was the J K L Ross entry i ill tilt third race at Fort Erie July 5 5J J S II Chicago III The Ross entry in race 48527 was lacobina ami Intrigante but Intrigante was scratched leaving Jacobiua to run for wafers on the entry which lost Stallion Heno Dies Of Old Age: Joint Hero With Africander of the Saratoga Cup of 1903 Dead at Age of Twenty-One. STALLION HENO DIES OF OLD AGE Joint Kcro With Africander of the Saratoga Cup of 1503 Dead at Agre of Twenty One Old Ilono joint hero with Africander winner of the Saratoga Cup of 1903 Africander having beat him by a nose iii 258 record time for Saratoga for one mile and threequarters is dead at Wil ¬ liam Woodwards Belaire Farm in Prince George County Maryland Ileno died some days ago in his twentyfirst year A son of Henry Young and Quiver he was a high class race horse and with but limited opportunities did well in the stud He sired The Turk one of the good threeyear olds of 1910 the year of Sweep Dalmatian Lovetie and Prince Imperial He also sired He Will a brilliant miler and Lion dOr dOrIleno Ileno was bred by George J Long at Bashford 31anor Place near Louisville Ky His first start as a twoyearold was in the Futurity of 1901 won by Yankee He ran green and practically left at the post finished last In his next start he won the Dash Stakes at Sheipshead Bay Endurance by Right beat him a length for the Third Special at Sheepshead Bay September 28 1901 His big ¬ gest winning came on October S of his twoyear old form when hi won the 31atron Stakes of 20000 at Morris Park ParkAs As a threeyearold Ileno showed fairly well but won few races He won T purse at 3Iorris Pdrk was second to Dixieland in the Pocantico Stakes Advance Guard beat him a neck for The Jockey Mill Slakes at the same track HeMvas fifth in the American Derby at Washington Park Chicago Wye ths year He won the Reaper Stakes at Kheepsheatl Bay September 5 1102 This was only worth 125 In 1901 he was third to Irish Lad and Gunfire in the Brooklyn Handicap On June 4 at Shcepshead Bay he defeated Africander in the Standard Stakes worth 2995 He was un ¬ placed in tin Suburban Handicap won by Afri ¬ cander lie was fourth in the Saratoga Handicap won by Waterlxiy and third to Irish Lad and Ilermis in the Saratoga Championship Stakes StakesHis His greatest effort was in the Saratoga Cup at one mile and threequarters ruii at Saratoga on August 22 1SMI3 wheiiifter leailingall the way only tired in the last few strides to be defeated by Africander J B Hagins Waterboy the favorite was fifteen lengths behind the leaders His lust race was when he finished third in the 200JO Century Stakes at Sicepsirad Bay Septetn IMT 5 1903 Ileno was strictly a longdistance runner and built on the lines of the oldstyle Eng ¬ lish racers racersLion Lion dOr is probably as fast a horse as Heno ever sired Commander J 1C L Ross paU Thumtis lleahy and A J Joyner 20000 for Lion dOr after seeing him beat Motor Cop and Naturalist in the Toboggan Handicap at Bcliuoiit Park Decoration Day Lion dOr like his dam before him tliiS Captain Hancocks mare Aile dOr was bred at Belair Farm He has won several races for Com ¬ mander Ross He has dazzling sixed There isa twoyearold brother of Lion dOr in the stable of Morton L Schwartz called Cote dOr which Mr Schwartz has named for the Saratoga Special Cote dOr was bred by Mr Woodward It is improbable however that he will start in the Saratoga Spechil He is such a giant of a horse Mr HchwiVrtz uiid his brother Charles1 have about niade up their iiiihd to wait oil him and develop him for steeplechasiug English Racing Matters: Newbury Course Good June Meeting--How Tangiers Won.; Lord Derby's Great Seal--Milesius Tragedy in Kennet Plate--Brown Prince Sought. E. E. Coussell ENGLISH RACING MATTERS Newbury Course Good June Meet ¬ ing How Tangiers Won r rLord Lord Derbys Great Seal JUiile JUiilesius sius Tragedy in Kenriet Plate Brown Prince Sought BY E E COUSSELH LONDON England June Hi The Newbury course in Berkshire has enjoyed a large measure of popu ¬ larity since it was established mainly through the efforts of John Porter about a dozen years ago It is just over fifty miles from London nnd the railway journey only takes an hour Newbnry is certainly one of tin best rae tracks in England and Porter is naturally intensely proud of the success of the venture ventureThe The race for the Newbury Summer Cup was most interesting At the mile Tangiers was lying third behind Kings Idler and Graiidcotirt Ill two more furlongs the latter was in front Tangiers chal ¬ lenged at the distance and going ahead did no more than was asked of him in winning by a neck Once Ilnlmo had taken Hie measure of Grandcourt he dropped his hand There is no doubt that Tangiers gave a most stylish perforniahc On this running his connections genuinely fancy him to beat Buclmn in the Ascot Gold Cup Cylgad for some years ap ¬ peared likely to be an indifferent success at the stud although one or two by him which could go met with mishap mishapCaptivatibn Captivatibn the stud success and Grandcourts sire was no use at all as a race horse He is how ¬ ever a wellbred horse by Cylleiie Charm a sister to Amiable winnr of the Oaks while the next dam was a halfsister to Gravity which produced that great stayer William the Third Captivation sired Captive Princess the leading filly in Ireland in 117 Grandcolirt however is easily tile best lie has got Captivation probably does not get the pick of the host mares in Ireland for I ncite as a result of Ids 1918 season there are only fifteen living foals from thirty maies of which twelve proved harren La Huppex herself proved barren to Louvols in 1919 1919LORD LORD DERBYS GOOD COLT COLTA A smart threeyearold to win at Newbury is Lord Derbys colt Great Seal which carried off the Royal Stakes of 5750 at one and onequarter miles This race after appearing to have no chance at all he won by three lengths beatilig Torelqre Kerasos Wiinasu Lord Thanet and others Great Seal run an amazing race He got away third and dropped back last but one coming in the straight Here he made up some ground ami then seemed hopelessly shut in on the rails DiVnogluie pulled him round to the outside of the field and coaxed him to make an effort He literally pounced down on Solo Bridge and Wimasu at the distance and drew away to win in a canter canterGreat Great Seal is a chestnut colt by that successful young sire Harry of Hereford He is one of his first offspring offspringThere There was a tragedy in the Kennet TwoYenrOld Plate The favorite 3IiIesius wqs left at the post Some of the sixteen runners gave trouble at tile start To escape any unwelcome attention 3IIlesIiiH was being walked in the other direction when the barrier was released He took ho part in the race At the official inquiry the starter admitted frankly he quite overlooked Milesius in giving his attention to troublesome horses 3IiIcsius is trained by Cotferilltiwho also has Leighton by Roi Herode Queen of the Earth He and 3Ionarch are regarded as the best young colts out this year 3Iilesius was reported much su ¬ perior to Leighton LeightonGreatorex Greatorex has been the greatest feire ever known in South Africa where he headed the sire list iseven times Last year his stoqk won 187 races worth 09410 which was more than twice the amount credited to any other sire at the Cape Of course 3Irs Rutterwiek is a member of the same immediate family as Melton St Sert and Ayrshire Unfortunately for her owner Nilghai in 1919 was barren to Clarissimus ClarissimusSir Sir Abe Bailey In whose colors Brown Prince won the Cambridgeshire and SoninLaw won the Cesarewitch is likely to dispose of his stud in Eng ¬ land owing to his great interests in South Africa demanding his whole attention He owns some of the nicest and best bred mares in England It is understood that these will shortly come in the market The position regarding the stallions has not yet been decided If Brown Prince is finally bought for the United States it may ease the situa ¬ tion as regards the sires American negotiations for Brown Prince have been on for some months Mnny of the mares are owned in partnership with Mr Donald Fraser Racing Fascinating And Healthful: Mrs. Payne Whitney Tells of the Pleasure Derived in Breeding and Racing Own Horses. RACING FASCINATING AND HEALTHFUL Mrs Payne Whitney Tells of the Pleasure Derived in Breeding and Racins Own Horses NEW YORK N Y July 10 Gentlewomen have always exercised a powerful influence in bringing to the surface the best qualities in any sport in which they have participated and racing is fortu ¬ nate in having in the person of Mrs Payne Whitney whose horses race under the name of the Grcentree Stable a type of sportswoman whose victories whether through the field or oil the flat are greeted with a degree of enthusiasm that bespeaks the esteem in which she is held by the New York public A real lover of the thoroughbred and of racing 3Irs Whitney often accompanied by her children is a frequent visitor to the paddocks and none of the Greentree horses are sent to the pest without a visit from her She is keenly interested in all that pertains to the sport but up to the present has maintained a stronger stable of steeple ¬ chase horses than those which race exclusively on the flat though in Costly Colours iihe lins a Juvenile which gives promise to rank with the best of the fillies filliesRacing Racing is a splendid spcrt said 3Irs Whitney at Aqueduct on Tuesday last You often heaV people say they cant afford it because of the ex ¬ pense It has not been so in my ease I have a conservative as well as a conscientious and compe ¬ tent trainer and have managed to have my pleasure at a moderate cost There is always the chance of an extraordinarily good season which will bring a profit It is a thousand times more fascinating and healthful than bridge or some of the other pastimes which many of our women find so al ¬ luring and besides in patronizing the turf I believe we are all aiding in the development of a splendid type of the horse horseThere There are some who contend that racing without the stimulus of betting has no interest With this conclusion I disagree The thrill which comes from seeing ones own hoise winning is most satis ¬ fying When you select a horse develop him along your own lines of training and follow him day by day to and from school o to speak and then dis ¬ cover that he possesses tbe attributes which your judgment predicated there is a world of pleas urse in store for the enthusiast enthusiastThe The satisfaction of doing this resumed 3Irs Whitney would of course be intensified when one is fortunate enough to be the breeder of a good horse This sensation I hope to enjoy as I have a number of welliwed young things coming along that are most promising My old favorite Cherry 3Ialotte has a fine colt by Chicle and Sun Fish is the possessor of a splendid youngster by Dominant These are at Manhasset where I can see them daily and they arc a great delight to me lu addition I have eight good mares in Kentucky which have been bred by Broomstick Joliren and Dominant and from them something good is ex ¬ pected pectedWhile While I love racing said 3Irs Whitney in concluding the breeding side of the sport is most interesting and will take up a lot of my time I think we should all encourage the efforts which are being made to improve our own horse type and with this end in view is was a pleasure to donate to the Breeding Bureau of The Jockey Club the Hamburg horse Cock o the North which I un ¬ derstand is now at the White Plains Depot of the New York State Constabulary I hope to see the time the public at large will recognize the great benefit racing lias been to the community for without it our efforts in horse breeding would be aimless Greater Macomber American Stable: Big Band of California-Bred Yearlings Ready for Next Year's Racing. F. L. M'Kenney GREATER MACOMBER AMERICAN STABLE Big Band of CaliforniaBred Yearlings Ready for Next Years Racing SAN FRANCISCO Cal July 10 Friends of A K 3IaComber who is doing so well in rac ¬ ing in France have received letters to the ef ¬ fect that his racing establishment in the United States will be enlarged to a great extent for next years campaign on the New York tracks The owner has thirtyfour yearlings of fash ¬ ionable lineage on farms near here and six ¬ teen of the number are to be taken up in a few weeks for preparation for twoyearold racing Some of the others may be put into training later on 3Ir 3Iacomber only has Star 3Iaster Royce Rools Fruit Cake and a few others to represent him on the metropolitan circuit this year He has advised his connections in California that he has no intention of confining his racing activities to France as has been reported on many occasions occasionsOf Of course all Californians interested in the great thoroughbred Industry and its thrilling ad ¬ junct racing are pulling hard for the 3Iacomber colors to conquer in the coming Grand Prix de Paris to be run at Longchamps June 27 in which the California breeder and owner will be repre ¬ sented by the redoubtable Pendennis the Rabelais Confection colt Mr Macomber took the trip by airplane from Paris to London on the morning of Epsom Derby Day in order to get an accurate line one some of the threeyearolds his horse will have to meet in the Grand Prix The air trip was made in two hours and twentythree minutes cut ¬ ting down juite a bit the flight time of Lloyd George some time ago of two hours and thirty seven iniriutes Spion Kop winner of the Derby is eligible to the great French race but as to whether or not he is of the caliber of Pendennis is problematical English horsemen at present vis ¬ iting here say the threeyearolds in England this season are an ordinary band and hold small prom ¬ ise of defeating the best of the horses in France if the thoroughbreds on the continent are any ¬ where near the standard of other years yearsThe The recent death of the stallion Fariman by Gallinule Ballizona by Necroiiiancer recalled the career on the race course of Our Lassie to which sonifc of the 3Iacomber stallions are related Our Lassie by Ayrshire Yours by 3Ielton was rac ¬ ing in the same years as the iioted English stal ¬ lion In 1502 she was defeated by the son of Gallinule in the Great Lancashire Breeders Produce Stakes The following year she won the Epsom Oaks and other good stakes Judging from photo ¬ graphs Our Lassie was a much better looking filly than1 the famous Pretty Polly She was clean limbed with a deep barrel muscular forearm and with quarters1 not too broad to take away a be ¬ coming feminine appearance She is the dam of Hesperus one of the 3Iacomher stallions and dam of Fair Lassie the dam of War Cry another of the English horses at Charles Boots Elmwood Stock Farm where the Macomber stallions brood mares and most of the yearlings are quartered Godolphin Arabians Mythic Story: Case of the Helmsley Turk--Breeding of Tap Root Mares Largely Fabulous. Salvator GO DOLPHIN ARABIANS MYTHIC STORY Case of tlio Helmslcy Turk Breeding of Tap Hoot Hares Largely Fabulous BY SALVATOR SALVATORRecently Recently I contributed to Daily Racing Form some observations entitled British Breeding 3Iytho1ogy which were reproduced in the Thor ¬ oughbred Record They have I perceive attract ¬ ed the attention of a metropolitan critic who in the Sun and Herald of June 13 attempts to make me out a blundering ignoramus and the con elusions incorporated in my article ridiculous I have read these comments with care and Will ask for a bit of yqur space to rebut his criticism criticism3Iy 3Iy statements are attacked in regard to two different horses among the founders of the Brit ¬ ish thoroughbred breed i e the socalled Godol phiu Arabian and the Helmsley Turk TurkConcerning Concerning the first of the two my critic pre ¬ sents nothing new and nothing that in any way disturbs what I wrote His great point is that I blundered in saying that the Godolphin was fabled to have lncn presented to the Louis XIV of France by the Emperor of 3Iorocco which as the horse could not have been foaled before 1724 and Louis XIV died in 1715 was manifestly pure fiction The French king that figured in the tale was Louis XV says the critic which makes the tradition historically correcf However all this is quite immaterial The legend that the Godolphin horse had once belonged to a king of France to whom it had been presented by an emiieror of Morocco did not originate until many years after his advent in England In fact it is unlikely that it was ever heard of until he had been gathered to his fathers What we do know about the horse is that he was considered so worthless that he was twice given away and finally was being usetl as a teaser when ho accidentally happened to get Lath which proved a good race horse and caused a demand for his services The English Stud Book discreetly omits all references to any kings of France or emperors of 3Iorocco in its account of the Godolphin horse The old writers on the British turf wrote variously about Louis XIV and XV in connection with the Godolphin horse And many of the fables alnmt him that have been in ¬ corporated in turf tradition originated in the highly romantic tale entitled The King of the Winds by the French novelist Eugene Sue which ap ¬ peared nearly a century 320 circa 1S40 1S40If If my critic considers my statement that there is absolutely not a stitch of credible evidence to show that the Godolphin was anything but a small native French horse ridiculous he will have to take up the cudgels not with me but with the Earl of Suffolk it distinguished peer and turf authority who in a celebrated work first advanced the identity in type of the famous progenitor with the French native breed of Tarbes horses horsesPermit Permit me now n slight analysis of the second attack in which my statements anent the Helmsley Turk were impugned I stated that this horse was owned by the notorious George Villiers Duke of Buckingham favorite of James I and Charles I of England This horse I said could not have been foaled later than 1025 as his owner was assassinat ¬ ed in 1028 hence he must hnve lived to the age of sixty if he made covers attributed to him in the first volume of the Stud Book But says my critic it was not the first George Villiers Duke of Buckingham that owned the Helmsley Turk it was his son of the same name the sec ¬ ond duke who flourished ytars later in the reign of Charles II Hence my statements are ridicu ¬ lous etc and the alleged covers are all right rightFACTS FACTS REGARDING HELMSLEY TURK TURKNow Now here are the facts regarding the Hclmsley Turk so far as I have been able to ascertain llicin and there are no others worth mention of record that researches through many authorities have revealed In many old works on the thor ¬ oughbred he is named as the first oriental horse of note subsequent to the Markham Arabian which was owned by James I who reigned 1C031025 In the Fourth Part of the first volume of the English Stud Book there are listed the earliest Arabians Barbs and Turks that flourished in England Here the Markham Arabian comes first the Helmsley Turk second and Places White Turk third thirdThere There are two other things which identify the Helmsley Turlf wiflt tfie first and not tile second Villiers Duke of Buckingham In the first place there are crosses to him in various old English pedigrees that are impossible if he flourished after 1CCO In the second place we find it stated in the History of Newmarket and Annals of the Turf by J P Horse London 3 vols 1SSI5 that In 1123 Buckingham meaning the first George Vil ¬ liers owned some of the best race horses in England and after the fiasco of the Spanish match lie imported a cargo of the best Eastern horses ob ¬ tainable I find no evidence that the second George Villiers ever imported any Oriental horses and everything goes to prove that the Ilelmsley Turk was one of those imported by his father In my former article I placed him at about Ki25 on the basis of Ilores statement I may mention that Ilores work which is now scarce and diffi ¬ cult to obtain is an invaluable storehouse of facts about the origin of the English turf and thorough ¬ bred breed breedI I might cite many more facts and dates bearing upon these matters but at this season of the year with the affairs of the day to occupy the attention of horsemen ancient history discussed in detail is apt to prove uninteresting To those who are genuinely interested in it however a study of the facts of record will prove worth while If I may be allowed the observation I will remark that tin study of pedigrees and early turf history has occu ¬ pied me for the larger part of a lifetime and that along with it I have made an equally close study of the political and social periods in which the racing breed came into being My critic who rushes into print to charge me with ignorance has yet I think much to learn in the premises And I cannot avoid saying that anyone who takes the pains to inform himself must become imbued with the feeling expressed in my original article namely that the taproots of many of our most famous families are replete with fanciful and incredible crosses and that the lives of the founders are in large part mythical Page 4 Latonia Form Chart LATONIA FORM CHART COVINGTON KY SATURDAY JULY 10 1920 Laionia Thirtyfirst and last day Kentucky Jocke Club Spring Meeting of 31 days Weather cloudy temperature 80 ° Stewards CIuis F Price S C Nuckols Jr and A G Leonard Placing Judges W II Shelley N II McClellarid and Edward Jasper Starter A 15 Dade Racing Secretary W H Shelley Racing starts at 215 p 111 Chicago time 213 p in AV indicates whip S spurs 1 blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance ICiJTl FIRST RACE 34 Kile June 27 1914 111 5 116 Purse 1300 3yearolds an ± OO 4 TC upward Claiming Net value to winner 1000 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAAtPPSt U Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equly Odds Str 483502MABEL G w 3 104 5 1 2 21 li l k C Buell J O Whitlow J30KX J30KX484233SAND 484233SAND BED wn 3 107 G 5 I1 Il 21 21 F Cltilettl Beach Stable 10GOKK 10GOKK48GOGI 48GOGI SAAPG GLANCEwB 4 105 2 2 3 3 3l 3 F Wilson J Lowe 505100 50510048G063CONATERSE 48G063CONATERSE w S 115 13 4 41 4s 45 W lletnch M J Reardon S3010 S3010484232DARK 484232DARK HILL wis 4115 3 4 5 1 52 5i 51 A Collins J T Ireland 50010 1857 SAMS BOY v 3 1001 75 S S 61 G J Howard J Middletoh 3G5G10 48428 DISCUSSION w 4 115 S S Gl Gi 71 7 H Lunsfd M Goldblatt 3210KK 3210KK48G12TRIOMPHANT 48G12TRIOMPHANT w 4 110 4 7 7 i 7 S S L Confy SI Qulnn I711510 I711510Time Time 23 48 113 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Mabel G 580 straight 390 place 1290 show Sand Bed 930 place 50C show Sweeping Glance 370 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Mabel G 190 to 100 straight 95 to 100 place 45 to 100 show Sand Bed 355 to KM place 150 to 100 show Sweeping Glance 85 to 100 show showWinner Winner r f by Marta Santa Miss Present by The Tartar trained by J O Whitlow bred bj Mr Walter S Payne PayneWent Went to post at 215 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the name MABEL G raced into the lead on the stretch turn and holding on well under a good ride out ¬ stayed SAND BED The latter showed the most early speed and finished gamely through the last eighth SWEEPING GLANCE raced forwardly from the start CONVERSE appeared in close quarters in the early running and was weakly ridden at the end The others were always outrun outrunOverweights Overweights Sams Boy 2 pounds SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs June 7 1909 105 3 93 Purse 1300 2year olds Maidens Special Weights Net value to winner 1000 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt ii = 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str RISING ROCK v 115 21 21DARK 1 = 1 I2 I2 F Cltiletti Beach Stable DARK BEN v 115 1 7 71 71 54 onk H Lunsfd J N Camden Camden3nk 48478 KATE FRALEY v 112 12 2 3nk 3i 3 31 H King P Dunne 485803MARJORIE McKAY n 112 3 4 41 5 1 411 4 = H J Eurke J W Parrish 48580 COZETTE w v 112 10 3 2 2 2J 52 D Connelly G J Long 25HO10 48424 FAIR FLORtN w v 112 8 85 5 54K6072TAAVASENTHA 51 Gl G1 G J Hanover S H Velie 992010 9920104K6072TAAVASENTHA 4K6072TAAVASENTHA w v 112 5 10 10 = 8l 7 71 71 E Pool W W Willian Williamson 2S5rlO 48607 COUNTESS v 112 11 9 91 91 Sl 8 C Buell W S Bruce 1261010 48397 OLD FAITHFUL WB 115 C 12 111 iij 9 91 s Wida M Qulnn 48607 ANUNDA w 112 7 11 12 12 10 102 10 E Martin S Berry BerrySi f514510 48424 COEUR DE FEU w 112 9 98 8 8CLARKSON Si 4 II3 11 ° A Collins J M Goode GoodeG 595010 595010CLARKSON CLARKSON we 115 4 G G 10l 12 12 E Hayr Hayrws s C M Garrison GarrisontMutuel tMutuel field ICoupled in betting as P Dunne and M Quinn entry Time 22 46 101 107 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Rising Hock 370 straight 3SO place 330 show Dark Ben 18GO place 1020 show P Dunne and M Quinn entry 580 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Rising Kock 85 to 100 straight 90 to 100 place G5 to 100 show Dark Ben 830 to 100 place 410 to 100 show P Dunne and M Quinn entry 190 to 100 show showWinner Winner H c by Celt Dark Water by Dark Itoiiald trained by L Gentry bred by Mr Arthur B Hancock HancockWent Went to post at 245 At post minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing RISING ROCK away well and showing high speed raced into a long lend at once but was Serving badly in the stretch although winning tinder restraint DARK BEN acted green and dropped back at the start but came with a rush through the last threesixteenths KATE FRALEY ran well for the entire race MARJORIE McKAY tired in the last eighth COZETTE ran well to the last sixteenth TAWASENTHA was always far back backScratched Scratched JSlilO Loughland 115 48G07sIWly Barton 115 485SO Bit of Green 112 48C07 Little Boss 112 48219 Miss Hilarity 112 4S512 Miss Prosperity 112 A Q r743 THIRD RACE 1 116 Miles Oct 1 1916 143 3 122 Purse 1400 3year r ± OO I O olds and upward Allowances Net value to winner 1100 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt U V i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 48549S OF PLSURE WB 7 118 5 4 11 Il A Collins J M Goode 48511 ESCOVAR w 4 102 3 2 I1 I1 1 21 2U S Wida C W Clark 175100 48325 DOCOD 4 103 2 3 31 31 42 4 = 3l F Cltiletti M Goldblatt 1025100 1025100485172DR 485172DR CARMEN K i S 105 4 1 5 4u 21 W 4 II J Burke R L Baker 170100 48 083SIMPLETON w i 3 9FJ G C 6 6 6 C 5s F Wilson O Rogers 415100 41510048G08 48G08 WAVE A410S 1 5 2l 2 5 G C C Robson W Covington 1445100 1445100Tine Tine 24 49 114 139 146 Track fast 2 mutuesL paid Sands of Pleasure 700 straight 420 place 330 show Escovar 1820 place 740 show Docod 510 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Sands of Pleasure 250 to 100 straight 110 to 100 place 65 to 100 show Kscovar 810 to 100 place 270 to 100 show Docod 155 to 100 shaw shawWinner Winner 15 g by Fair Play Golden Sand by Rock Sand trained by J M Goode bred by Mr August Helmont HelmontWent Went lo post at 319 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing SANDS OF PLEASURE after being restrained for threequarters raced into the lead with a rush when called on and held ESCOVAK safe through the last eighth ESCOVAR showed fine speed set a fast pace and held on well in the final drive DOCOD was forced back on the first turn but raced in a contending position throughout and outgamed DR CARMEN at the end DR CARMEN raced wide and tired in the stretch WAVE quit badly SIMPLETON ran poorly poorlyScratched Scratched 4S 43Clintonville 103 103Overweights Overweights Dr Carmen 2 pounds Simpleton 3Vi Wave 2 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile June 27 1914 111 6 116 Midway Handicap 2000 Added 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 1500 second 415 third 235 Index Horses AWtPPSt V Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 485823LINDEN s 104 4 G G485483JORICE 53 41 31 ink E Pool T M Botts Botts3U 485483JORICE v 4 102 6 2 248480GINGER 3U 2b 2i 21 H Ericksn J L Paul 48480GINGER v 110 1 1 4 55 5 3 A Collins J M Goode GoodeIJ 48582 CARMANDALE v 3 105 3 3 IJ I3 ink 41 F Wilson R F Carman 4 85 14 AMERICAN ACE B 4 118 5 4 2 3 41 5 3 Haynes J Lowe LoweC 48353 DODGE B 1 120 2 a C 6 G G H J Burke J S Ward Time 23 46 J lll llls s Track fast 2 mutuels paid Linden 1640 straight 830 place 500 show Jorice 780 place 470 show Ginger 430 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Linden 720 to 100 straight 315 to 100 place 150 to 100 show Jorice 290 to 100 place 135 to 100 show Ginger 115 to 100 show showWinner Winner H c by Martinet Lady Esther by Lord Esterling trained by D B Miller bred by Messrs Williams Bros BrosWent Went to post at 350 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same LINDEN was outpaced in the early running but saved ground when coming into the stretch and standing a hard drive gamely wore JORICE down in the last twenty yards JORICE ran a good and fast race but tired slightly in the last sixteenth GINGER was brought wide into the stretch and closed a gap in the last eighth CARMANDALE set a great pace and tired badly AMERICAN ACE quit DODGE was badly outrun from the start startScratched Scratched 48514 Flags 138 4S582Furbelow 102 102Overweights Overweights Linden 1 pound TIFTH RACE 1 12 Miles June 10 1911 230 3 124 First Running DANIEL BOONE HANDICAP 10000 Added 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 11225 second 1500 third 800 fourth 275 Index Horses AWtPPSt U 54 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 48 152MINTO II vG115 1 1 2 2J 2 J lh IJ F Wilson W V Thravcs Thravcsw 4851 5 DR CLARK w 3 103 C 2 1 15 I 2 2 = F Cltiletti H P Whitney WhitneyWK 48400 = CLEOPATRA WK 4 107 3 6 33 32 3 33 31 L McAtee W R Coe Coewsit 48515 DRASTIC wsit G 117 ti 5 5i 4 45 45 4 E Pool B J Brannon BrannonWB 48373 BEAVERKILL WB 6 103 2 4 4s 51S 530 510 a50 C Buell Ogden Stable Stablews 4 8G08 = OMOXD ws 4 100 4 3 6 6 6 C G H King M Quinn Time 24 47 111 137 203 229 new track record Track fast 2 mutuels paid Minto II lolU straight 530 place 310 show Dr Clark 490 place 290 show Cleopatra 200 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Minto II G55 to 100 straight 105 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Dr Clark 145 to 100 place 45 to 100 show Cleopatra 30 to 100 show showWinner Winner g by Sundridge Miss Ronald by Bay Ronald trained by K Spence bred in England by Mr John B Joel JoelWent Went to post at 425 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing MINTO II was kept close up to DU CLARK for the first mile and a quarter aud when called on wore the latter down steadily and drew out in the hist sixteenth DR CLARK showed fine speed set a great pace and held on well in the final drive CLEOPATRA was taken back at the start and rushed into forward contention in the next half but found the distance too far and was tiring at the end DRASTIC ran a good race and had no mishaps mishapsScratched Scratched 48583 Wilduir 117 48583 = Frank W 94 48 76 Wave 99 48428 Wickford 94 Overweights Omoud 1 pound j WA Q f7Q SIXTH RACE 34 Mile June 27 1914 111 5 116 Burnett Woods Handicap igdbOO i J Purse 1700 2yearolds Net value to winner 1300 second 250 third 150 Index Horses Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 48181 GOLD DIGGER wn 117 3 G Si G1 21 11 H J Burke W B Miller IMoGlOO 48481 LAST ROSE w 112 5 3 ink ink ij 21 E Pool B J Brannon 135100 48581 = BEN VALET w 117 G 4 4 41 3l 3l S Wida S Bedford 1005100 100510048581MONSOON 48581MONSOON wi 125 9 J 9 S2 4l 42 A Collins D F Swift 1115100 4851 THE ALLY wn 125 78 7l 5l 5i 5 F CMUlotti Beach Stable 300100 48581 SACE HIGH v 12G S 2 21 3 G2 G H Lunsfd W E Apple 48481 BETTINA wit 112 15 d U Sl 7 C Buell J N Camden T1565100 48581 PEKOE wn 105 J 7 21 71 S ° H Erlckqn J N Camden t 48481 ANNE ELIZABETH w 112 4 1 5U 71 U 9 D Connjlly G J Long C9 100 100fCouplcd fCouplcd in betting as J N Camden on try tryTime Time 23 47 113 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Gold Digger 4300 straight 1420 place 740 show Last Rose 400 place 320 Rhow Ben Valet 580 show show22k 22k Equivalent booking odds Gold Digger 2050 to 100 straight 010 to 100 place 270 to 100 show Last Jtlwt 100 to 100 place CO to 100 show Hen Valet 190 to 100 show showSifWinner SifWinner Ch c by Uncle Busy Edith by Yankee trained by 11 Goose bred by Mr W B Miller TWint to ixst sit 500 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won handily second suid third driv ¬ ing GOLD DIGGER l egan slowly and was taken wide on the turns but came with a rush in the last eighth and overhauled LAST ROSE in the last sixteenth to win drawing clear LAST ROSE showed the most early speed but began tiring near tho end BEN A A LET ran well and finished gamely MON ¬ SOON began slowly and closed a gap ACE HIGH tired PEKOE quit THE ALLY had no mishaps SEVENTH RACE 1 18 Miles June 20 1914 150 3 105 Purse 1300 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 1000 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vs 54 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 48517SBRAD CHOICE WB 9 114 3 3 21 I1 11 Ib I1 J Roberts M Shields 48517 MARSB JOHN w 4 1CK 10 1 3i 3l 2J 2s 21 F AVilson AV V Thraves 4851G3KIMRALONG wn 4 114 9 10 10 9J SS 32 3nk S Wida J L Knight 230510 48551 HARVEST KING wit 6 119 2 7 6 i S1 6 42 D Connlly J M Goode 360510 48551 3CAPT REES ws 7 111 7 G 72 7l Gl 6J G H Lunsfd W Perkins 43510 48452 2TOM SAUNDERS SB 4 Hi 5 5 51 41 42 42 G E Pool F J Kelley 334010 48429 PARIS MAID w 4 115 1 9 91 10 10 85 7 H J Burke S K Nichols 63510 6351048585CONVQY 48585CONVQY WSB 3 100 C 8 8l 81 91 919t 9t 1 H King P Dunne 481010 4 8584 TROOPER WB C 119 4 4 4b 2k 3h 71 91 j Howard T C McDowell 224010 22401048547WENONAH 48547WENONAH wu 7 10i S 2 l k 511 71 10 10 A Collins A Keith 324510 324510Time Time 24 47 113 139 152 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Bradleys Choice 480 straight 370 place 330 show Marse John 550 place 440 show Kimpalong SO show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Bradleys Choice 140 to 100 straight 85 to 100 place C5 to 100 show Marse John 175 to 100 place 120 to 100 show Kimpalong 240 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Cunard Sweet Alice by Flying Dutchman trained by M Shields bred by Mr Edward R Bradley BradleyAVent AVent to post at 537 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and third driving BRADLEYS CHOICE away well raced into the lead on the back stretch and out ¬ stayed MARSE JOHN in the final drive MAUSE JOHN was forced back at the halfmile ground and came fast in the last eighth KIMPALONG closed a big gap then tired and just lusted for thhd place HARVEST KING finished with a rush PARIS MAID almost fell on the last turn turnScratched Scratched 4S0122ChIc Brown 112 112Overweights Overweights Convoy 3 pounds Aqueduct Form Chart AQUEDUCT FORM CHART NEW YORK N Y SATURDAY JULY 10 1920 Aqueduct Fifteenth day Queens Count Club Summer Meeting of 17 days Weather clear temperature 80 ° Steward to Represent Jockey Club J E Widcner Judges E C Smith and C Cornehlsen Starter Mars Cassidy Racing Secretary Fred Rehbcrger Racing starts at 245 p in Chicago time 145 p m AV indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance IQi2Q1 FIRST RACE 58 Mile July 3 1819 57 2 115 Purse 156666 2yearolds dbOOOJL Claiming Net value to winner 126666 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt Ji V 54 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P 48593 BALLYNEW w 115 3 2 li l = i I2 T Rice R Patterson 15 15 12 5 2 48618 GENL AVERAGE WB 112 G 3 31 2l 2 A Johnson J H Rosseter 2 2 131025 15 48333 RAMA wit 112 4 4 448410GEORGE 42 41 33 L Fator N Hooper 15 20 12 5 2 48410GEORGE BOAEE w 102 1 1 21 31 4s C Ponce G Peterson PetersonG3 10 12 12 5 2 48250 OMER K WB 112 2 27 7 G3 5 = 5 M Buxton J Coburn Coburn5l 2 13513371013 48554 EXPLOSIVE w 107 7 75 5 5l G2 G1 A SehusrR Parr 4662 710 46455 VIC MUNOZ w 105 5 6 7 7 7 J Zoeller Armenia Stable S 12 42 4 85 85Time Time 100 Track fast fastWinner Winner Ch c by The Manager Ballymeua by Adam trained by R Patterson bred by Mr W B Miller MillerAVent AVent to post at 245 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AAon easily second and third driv ¬ ing BALLYNEW quicklj raced Into a long lead and was ridden out at the finish GENERAL AAKR AGE closed up steadily to the eighth post where he tired RAMA held on gamely to the end GEORGE BOVEE tired badly after going a half mile OMER K was shuffled back EXPLOSIAE could never get up upOverweights Overweights Explosive 1 pounds SECOND RACE About 2 12 Miles July 5 1919 458 6 150 Seventh Running GLENDALE STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP 2000 Added 4yearolds and upward Net value to winner 2300 second 400 third 200 Index Horses AAVtPPSt 5 10 15 17 Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P 4852G DOUBLET w S 150 4 4 2 23 21 1 = I3 D Byers J E AVidener S 8 8 S5 out out4852GDECISIVE 4852GDECISIVE w 5 139 1 1 Il 1 I2 21 22 L Cheyne H AV Maxwell 34445 out out4852G2LYTLE 4852G2LYTLE w G 142 2 2 3 3 3 3 i N KonnclyJ F Flanagan JrC 7 7 75 out out4852G3DEBADOU 4852G3DEBADOU w 5 152 3 3 Fell Ar Powers Grcentree Stable 35131012 1G out outTime Time 507 Track fast fastAAMnher AAMnher Ilr g by Disguise Fairy Slipper by St Serf trained by J H Lewis bred by Mr James R Keene KeeneAVent AVent to post at 311 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing DOUBLET after racing under steady restraint easily passed DECISIArE in the last quarter and won easing up DECISIAE showed his usual early speed but tired after going two miles LYTLE was always badly beaten DEBADOU fell at the third jump jumpScrafclicd Scrafclicd 48014 Syrdarya 135 A 4243 Q THIRD RACE 34 Mile July 6 1916 111 3 116 Thirty first Running THEMONT TrOvfOO STAKES Guaranteed Value 6000 2yearolds Net value to winner 5400 sec ¬ ond 700 third 300 Index Horses AWtPPSMi V 4 str Fin Jockeys O H C P S 48114INCHCAPE w 115 C 2 I3 I2 I2 I7 A JohnsonJ H Rosetcr 21 3 3484932BROOM 484932BROOM SPUN w 112 55 4 5l 21 21 E AmbroscH P AVhitney 95 9u so oa ja ja484GS 484GS JEG w 115 11 Cl Gl 51 33 T Rice J E Griffith 30 40 30 10 4 48493 SPORTING BLOOD xv 112 8 S 5 2l G1 42 N Barrett Redstone Stable 57721 48530 KIRKLEAINGTON w 115 77 21 31 31 5 k E Sandi B T AVilson t4 4 4 C5 12 484933DIMMESDALE w 115 4 3 Si 41 41 61 C Turner R T AVilson 1 4 G5 12 48163 HOUYHNHNM WB 112 3 4 S 8 S 7i C Fbther Oneck Stable 20 25 20 S 4 448493TOUCH 48493TOUCH ME NOT w 127 2 G 7 71 7 8 C KUmmerGreentree Stable 10 12 10 3 65 fCoupled in betting no separate place or show betting bettingTime Time 23 46 112 Track fast fastAVinuer AVinuer Ch c by Friar Rock Rose of Gold by Top Gallant trained by F Burlew bred by Mr John E Madden MaddenAVent AVent to post at 338 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AAron easily second and third driv ¬ ing INCHCAPE set u fast pace to the eighth post where lie drew far away and won in a canter BROOM SPUN was a forward contender for the entire race but tired in the stretch and just lasted long enough to withstand TEGS challenge The latter secured a clear course through the stretch and finished fast SPORTING BLOOD began slowly and was forced to race wide throughout KIRKLEVINGTON ran a creditable race There was considerable interference in thehomestretch for the last four and all were not persevered with through the last eighth eighthScratched Scratched 48481 Star Aoter 127 FOURTH RACE 1 18 Miles June 25 1917 149 9 117 Thirtysecond Running DWYZR STAKES Guaranteed Value 6000 3yearolds Allowances Net value to winner4850 second 700 Index Horses AWtPPSt 14 Sir Fin Jockeys Owners 48224MAN O AVAR w 12G 1 3 1 iu 1 11 I1 C KummerGlen Riddle Fm 13 13 15 out 48555 JOHN P GRIER w 103 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 E AmbroseH P AVhitney 2 1851S5out Time 23 46 109 136 149 new American record Track fast fastAVinner AVinner Ch c by Fair Play Mahubah by Rock Sand trained by L Feustel bred by Mr August Belmont BelmontAVent AVent to post at 405 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second driving MAN O WAR set a great pace under steady restraint for the first threequarters then responded gamely when called on in the race through the homestretch and drew away under hard riding in the last sixteenth JOHN P GRIER ran hipped on the leader to the last eighth and had a slight lead between calls in the homestretch but tired in the last seventy yards and was eased up in the closing strides fO OK FIFTHRACE 1 516 Miles July 5 1918 212 4 102 Purse 156667 3year TCOvf Otf olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 126667 second 200 third 100 Inder Horses AWtPPSt U i Str Fin Jockeys O H C P S 48553 THRIFT w 5 110 3 2 I2 I5 I3 I3 I2 J CallahanC J Quinn 2 2 G5 25 out out482492AVAR 482492AVAR SMOKE WB 4 110 1 1 2 2l V 21 2 O KummerK Parr 4 fi 5 fi5 out 48441 AVAR MACHINE w 5 110 4 4 3 = 33 4 4 3 J McCabe FD AVeir 1 U5 95 25 out 4852 9 = LITTLE NEARER w 11 115 234 4 32 3l 4 E Sande A M N Singer GO 5 U5 out outTime Time 214 Track fast fastWinner Winner B g by Aon Tromp Spinosa by Ossary trained by C Buxton bred by Mr Edward Cebrian CebrianAAcut AAcut to post at 429 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing THRIFT took the lead in the early running and drew far away then tried to run out in the home ¬ stretch but easily held his opponents safe AVAR SMOKE was a forward contender for the entire race and held on gamely at the end AVAR MACHINE run in spots otherwise had no mishaps LITTLE NEARER saved ground on all the turns turnsScratched Scratched 4S 15Elineiidorf 123 A Of5C5 SIXTH RACE 6 12 Furlongs May 5 1910 118 4 122 Purse 156667 3year rtOOOO olds and upward Maidens Special Weights Net value to winner 126667 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPStU Vi = i Sir Fin Jockeys Owners 485982TEN CAN VB 3 115 10 7 4 2 = 1 I2 C H MitlerAscot Stable 3321 12 48598 IRISH DANCER VB 3 115 12 5 21 11 23 23 E Sande J K L Ross G 8 S 3 85 85485983SIR 485983SIR GRAFTON VB 4 115 3 9 10l 9l 91 3l M Buxton R E AVatkins 10 15 12 5 25 48384 = M ANTOINETTE vn 3 110 5 G G1 5 41 42 C KummerMarrone Stable 476 21 GS 48253 ERNEST A VB 3 115 2 1 5l 31 3 51 A JoTmsonE M Brown 6Gb Il 65 48598 GONZALO v 3 lib 1 2 1 4l 5l G T Rice H L Pratt 10 12 10 4 2 47538 KING GEORGE v 3 115 S 4 111 111 10 71 L Fator Triple Spgs Via 88521 48367 SEA SINNER w S 115 11 8 82 10 S S = C Fbther T H Cross 4 8 S 3 85 48495 JOE JOK w 4 115 14 10 yi 81 6 H Tault E C Hallam 20 50 30 12 G 48440 BURLEY w 3 115 4 3 3l GO 11 = 10ll M Rowan T Calcina 30 50 50 20 10 47989 LADY ARCHIE WB 3 110 15 11 71 7l 71 111 J CallahanW R Coe 20 30 30 12 G 48329 UNIVERSAL wit 3 115 13 15 142 141 12 122 A SchugrJ AV McClelland 15 20 20 S 4 48384 SEKKET WB 3 1121 G 13 13 133 133 13 ° T Davies A S Kilmer 30 50 50 20 10 46845 ECHO B w 4 115 7 12 15 15 15 143 J Zoeller AV D Althouse 30 50 50 20 10 47322 ROYAL BLOOD w 4 110 914 12 122 142 15 F AVeiner E J Miller 50 50 50 20 10 10Time Time 24 48 113 120 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner B c by Ten Point Cauastota by Royal Emblem trained by F Kraft bred by Mr Anthony L Aste AsteAVent AVent to post at 454 At post 5 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing TEN CAN away forwardly was brought around the leaders on the last turn and racing into a clear lead in the stretch won easing up IRISH DANCER rushed into the lead on the far turn but could not withstand the winners challenge SIR GRAFTON had a rough race in the early running but closed up fast in the stretch and outstayed MARIE ANTOINETTE The latter ran a game race ERNEST A tired In the stretch stretchScratched Scratched 18495 The Dauphin 115 48495 Double Eye 115 Cherry Creek 115 AVinooski 115 115Overweights Overweights Sekket 2 pounds Fort Erie Form Chart FORT ERIE FORM CHART TORT ERIE ONT SATURDAY JULY 10 1920 Seventh and hist day Niagara Racing Association First Meeting of 7 days Weather clear temperature 80 ° Steward Representing Canadian Racing Associations Francis Nelson Stewards of Meeting J B Campbell and J H Madigiu Judges AV H Lerch and D S Gillies Starter James Milton Racing Secretary J B Campbell Racing starts at 245 p m Chicago time 145 p in AA indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance IQI5Q FIRST RACE 34 Mile Aug 5 1914 111 4 102 Purse 1300 3yearolds TCOOO and upward Maidens Allowances Foaled in Canada Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 Injlex Horses AAVtPPSt U i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 4858D JIMPETRIE TvB 4109 S 3 53 5s 51 1 F Lux C A Crew Crew454lSi 4858 3GLOAV AVORM W4 107 7 1 454lSi 2 k K Romelli G Cornell 48589 MISS EDWARDS WB 5 105 4 4 I3 1s IV 3J O AVillis E Glasseo 47461 AXMtT wn 3 95 5 f 7s 3 4 4 = S McGraw Brookdale Stable 48521 MOUETTE w 3 99 2 2 3 = 6s Go 5J F Bryson D Raymond 48521 SWEET BOUQUET w 3 101 3 6 2i 2k int 6 v Pickens Seagram Stable POMMERANIAX WB 3 97 G 8 8 S 8 75 I Fletcher L Simon 47498 MARIE FREEBX w 4 104 17 h 7s 7l S J Pierce AV Hammall Time 23 48 114 Track fast fastS S imttuuls paid Jim Petrie 3910 straight 1470 place JiO show Glow Worm 430 place 400 show Miss Edwards 470 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Jim Petrie 1855 to 100 straight 035 to 100 place 3SO to 100 show Glov Worm 125 to 100 place 100 to 100 show Miss Edwards 135 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch K by Wirein Canine Maid by Cannie Rov trained by F Crew bred by Mr C A Crew Went to post at 244 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and thin driving TIM PKTK1E was saved to the stretch then closed up with a cyclonic rush and won goinj away GLOW WORM ran an excellent race but gave way right at the end MISS EDWAKDS tire after setting the pace to the last eighth ANMUT ran well SWKET BOUQfiET raced iu closest pursui to the last eighth then quit quitOverweights Overweights Marie Freebprn 1 pound Miss Edwards 2 SECOND RACE 58 Mile Sept 3 1909 100 2 10iy2 Purse 1200 2year olds Claiming Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vt 74 Sir Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 2 106 5 6 5U 4nk 32 11 F Lux A C Menaus 133C 133C48501FLY1NG 48501FLY1NG FORD 111 31 li 1 1J 2 i A Claver J K L Ross 175K 48484 CHARLOTTE C 100 2 4 4t 5i 4i SJ M Garner C J Brockmliler SlnN 48484 GET EM 10G S 2 2S 23 2J 43 J McTagt M Lowenstein 195K 195K48269SHOMAID 48269SHOMAID 104 7 S t 7J 7s 5 r1 E Donhue R D Williams 20 5010 48653 PATTERN us e i 6i 6 = 7 = c E Graves w F Poison ssosiw 48149 MARY COAVELL w 113J 1 5 S3 SJ 8i 71 T Bell D Lehan 190010 48586 CHARLEY BOY w 110 4 9 999 8s H Hanmer C I Wilson 331010 48558 FAIR LASSIE wn 110 9 3 3 = 33 Gnk J Butwell T Hodge 151010 151010Time Time 23 47 100 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Roseate 2St 0 straight 930 place 460 show Flying Ford 390 place 3K show Charlotte C S show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Uoseate 1330 to 100 straight 305 to 100 place 130 to 100 show Flyinj Ford 95 to 100 place 50 to 100 show Charlotte 0 90 to 100 show Winner Ch f by All Gold Hose of Dawn by Hamburg trained by A C Niehaus bred by Mr Harry Payne Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 325 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same ROSEATE from a slow beginning gradually improved her position and slipping through next ti tilt rail when FLYING FORD forced GET EM wide finished fast and won going away FLYING FORr set a fast paw but tired and just lasted to save second place CHARLOTTE C finished fast and gamely GET EM tired after racing in closest pursuit to the last eighth eighthScratched Scratched 18580 George C Jr 114 114Overweights Overweights Mary Cowell 2i pounds THIRD RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards July 4 1912 142 5 115 Purse 1200 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U J4 i Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Str 48659 JACK K wu 5 114 21 I3 1 1s 1 1 ° J Boll L R Seregnl 400100 40010048624BLAZONRA 48624BLAZONRA wn 5 111 9 2 41 3J 3i 3 k D J Butwoll T Hodge 250100 48592 BRONCO BILLY wu G 110 3 7 23 2s 23 2J 21 A Pickens H AV Barnes 1S7010C 1S7010C48056OLD 48056OLD POP wn 7 102 4 G 5s 810 8 5J 4X J Pierce C A Crew 1460100 146010048560SAYONA 48560SAYONA w t 109 5 9 7 4 4J 4 5 = S McGraw E Linnell 4Sr10n 4802 1 BUCKLAIDE w MOO C S 61 51 5 i 6 G F Lux ICirkfield Stable 1S65100 48019 BETSY w 4 109 7 3 S 7 7 7l 71 J McTagt E Loh 47 100 48019 MISS MILLIONS wn 3 90 1 5 3J G G1 8 SU J Rowan E F AAhitney 209010J 48019 SHE DEVIL w 4 Mil S 4 9 9 9 9 9 I Fletcher P J Miles 1930100 1930100Time Time 23 48 113 139 144 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Jack K 1000 straight 520 place 400 show Blazonry 380 place 310 show Bronco Billy 30 show t tEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Tack K 400 to 100 straight 160 to 100 place 100 to 100 show Blazonry JJO to 100 place 55 to 100 show Bronco Billy 315 to 100 show showAAinner AAinner B h by Ossary Mizpah by Kismet trained by B E Chapman bred by Estate of Mr AV OB Macdonough MacdonoughAVent AVent to opst at 410 At post 1 minnte Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing JACK K rushed to the front at once set a fast pace and kept drawing away until eased up at the end BLAZONRY raced gamely and outstayed BRONCO BILLY The latter tired after racing in closest pursuit to the hist eighth OLD POP ran a good race and finished gamely FOURTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards July 4 1912 142 5 115 Great lakes Handicap Purse 2000 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 1450 sec ¬ ond 350 third 200 Index Horses AWtPPSt K V2 i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 485903CLEAX GONE w 4 100 C G G 54 4 3 int R Romelll J J Farrell Jr 1575lOf 48503 DR JOE w 4 115 2 3 2 2 2 I1 2 J Butwell J S Tyree ir 0100 18522 MIDNIGHT SUX w 5 123 3 2 3l 34 3J 43 3 k R Simpson J R Skinker SOn100 48309 TROILUS w 6 112 1 1 1J I2 U 21 44 M Garner Florisant Stable 413100 41310048VJO 48VJO = PRINCEPS w 5 11C a 4 4i 41 53 55 510 A Claver J K L Ross 413100 41310048486SPRIXGSIDE 48486SPRIXGSIDE w 5 100 4 5 5H 6 G 6 G S Mitchal G M Hendrie SiOulOO SiOulOOTime Time 23 46 5 112 1375 142 equals track record Track fast 2 mutuels paid Clean Gone 3350 straight 1040 place 390 show Dr Joe 340 place 240 Show Midnight Sun 270 show Equivalent booking odds Clean Gone 1575 to 100 straight 420 to 100 place 95 to 100 show Dr Joe 70 to 100 place 20 to 100 show Midnight Sun 35 to 100 show showWinner Winner B c by Olambala Lizzie Oilman by Fonso trained by I Gorharn bred by Mr Richard T Wilson WilsonWent Went to post at 450 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same CLEAN GONE away slowly gained on the leaders after going a half mile and coming around on the outside in the stretch wore Dlt JOE down and outstayed liini 4in a game finish DRirJOE raced into the lead but tired right at the end MIDNIGHT SUN ran a guod race under his big weight and outgamcd TROILUS The latter quit after miming a fast threequarters iu the lead PRINCKPS was always outpaced IQ iQ f FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Aug 5 1914 111 4 102 Buffalo Handicap Purse TCOOtiJL 2000 3yearolds and upward Net value to wiener l450j second 350 third 200 Iridex Horses AWtPPSt U Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 485628MARJORIE HYXES 3 102 1 2 1S 1H I3 I5 J McT t R D Williams C15100 48 223MAYOR HOUSE 4 100 4 4 64 C 6l 2i I Fletcher C H Gilroy 1S8 100 48622 ST QUENTIX w 4 126 5 8 8 7 = 3 k 3t J Butwell J B Dunne 9QV100 48520 ESTERO 3 103 3 G 71 5i 7l 43 O Willis G M Hendrie GS5100 48519 SINN FEIXER w 1 9S 7 3 5 S 8 51 F Lux AV L Oliver 2170100 48433 KING HEROD G 11G C 1 2 21 4 t CJ R Simpson J AV Bean 5S 5S485G2HIS 485G2HIS CHOICE 3112 2 a 41 41 21 7s A Clavir J K L Ross SO 484883GEORGE STARR v a IIS S 7 SI 3 i S M Garnr Florisant Stable 2S3100 2S3100Time Time 23 45 112 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Marjorie Hynes 1430 straight 710 place 490 show Mayor House 1050 place 820 show St Quentiu 510 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Marjorie Hynes 015 to 100 straight 255 to 100 place 145 to 100 show Mayor House 725 to 100 place 310 to lOff show St Queutin 155 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f by Dick Finncll Alice Baird by Woolsthorpe trained by R D Williams bred by Mr R II Anderson AVent to post at 523 At post 5 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing MARJORIE HYNES set a great pace all the way and won casing up MAYOR HOUSE slipped through next to the mil when KING HEKOD carried the others wide and made a fast linish ST jCENTIX was away slowly but also came through next to the rail and finished fast HIS CHOICE and GEORGE STAKU suffered from the interference when KING HEKOD ran out ESTEUO finished fast and close up A Q 2Q SIXTH RACE 1 Milo and 70 Yards July 4 1912 142 5 115 Purse 1200 JcOOtlP 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt li Vj Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 48650 NIGHT AVIXD w 5 110 2 G 3 2 t 2J 2 15 M Garner Florisant Stable 315100 48591 TROPHY i u 5 110 1 1 1 I3 Ill 2 E Graves AV F Poison 1700100 48458 HONDO n G 107 6 5 2J S 31 3l 3i J McTagt AV Ritte 493100 48500 MUOIAAN n 3 104 5 4 43 41 43 4l 4i E Donhue R D AVilliams 1535100 48560 JAMES v 107 3 3 5 54 5i 5 5s F Bryson T Doyle 930100 930100480253eAKT 480253eAKT HODGE nalll 4 7 G Gi G2 6 C5 A Piiikjas P 1 Miles J S40100 48313 MORMON ELDER v 4 107 7 2 7 = 78 7 7 7 J Butwoll T J Hewitt 195100 48486 PLAYER w 3 S7 S S S S S 8 8 S Mitchell A A Thomas 1920100 Time 23 48 113 139 144 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Night Wind 830 straight 510 place 390 show Trophy 1280 place 770 sliow Hondo 480 show Equivalent booking odds Night Wind 315 to 100 straight 155 to 100 place 95 to 100 show Trophy 540 to 100 place 285 to 100 show Hondo 140 to 100 show Winner Hlk h by Sunstar Aerne by Bill of Portland trained by E Trotter bred in England by Mr J B Joel AVent to post at ti14 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AAon driving second and third the thesame same NIGHT AVIXD after racing up from the start caught TROPHY in the last few strides and won wondrawing drawing clear The latter set a fast early pace and might have won but for losing ground on the turn turninto into the homestretch HONDO raced prominently and finished close up The others were always outrun Scratched 1805S Short Change 100 48625 Joan of Arc 105 SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards July 4 1912 142 5 115 Purse 1500 3 3vearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 1100 second 250 third 150 Indes Horses AWtPPSt U V Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 48563 FORT BLISS 111 4 2 I3 1 148S23EXHORTER R Simpson J R Skinker 48S23EXHORTER G 100 1 3 2l 3 35 i 3i 2 25 = F Bryson G M Hendrie Hendrie3n 48620 LORD HAMILTON i 3 1S 3 5 57 5J 2 2i 2k 2J 3n F Lux Klrkfielcl Stable 48590 KILTS II G IDS C 6 G 6 GJ 4 4 J Putw11 AV L Oliver 48657 FREEMANTLE 5 iu n 4 1 sj 5 5i G G 51 A Picket E T Zollicoifer 48522 MY DEAR w W2 2 1 4 41 4 I 4 TJ i R RnmYlli F Musante 2S1 2S1Time Time 3 47J 113 l395 143 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Fort Bliss 720 straight 420 place 3t 0 show Kxliorter 500 place 380 sliow Lord Hamilton 4l show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Fort Bliss 200 to 100 straight 110 to 100 place 80 to 100 show Ex horter 150 to 100 place 90 to 100 show Lord Hamilton 115 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner B g by Dick AVelles Espero by Sir Dixon trained by AV A Burttschell bred by Mr J A AVagner AVagnerWent Went to post at 45 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driving FORT 15LISS raced into a quick lead and setting a fast pace outstayed EXHORTEK at the fast finish LORD HAMILTON moved up slowly after end ENIIORTER ran a good race and made a going a half mile then lost ground on the last turn and tired slightly at the end KILTS II finished fast and gamely MY DEAR quit quitScratched Scratched 4S523Kewpie ONeil 10S 48057 Frank Monroe 111 Page 5 Prince Palatine's Good Son; Corn Tassel's Half Sister PRINCE PALATINES GOOD SON SONCORN CORN TASSELS HALF SISTER LONDON England June 20 Now that Prince Palatine is coming to tin United States it may be worth noting that All Prince winner of the Ascot Prince of AVales Slakes is from All Green by Greenlawu by Kendal from Sllieno by Pioneer half brother to Galliuule Mr Joel sold All Greoii when iu foal to Prince Palatine to Sir Abe Bailey who bred All Prince All Green was mated twice with Handspring by Hanover One of her fillies Kingfield Green was bought for 125 and sent to Brazil when1 to Pericles by Persihiniori she bred Canguheiro the greatest horse ever bred in Brazil and a winner of over 50000 50000Corn Corn Tassels halt sister Jypyo in Idleness by Bachelors Double Was a four lengths winner of the Bessborotigh Stakes Cinderella was favorite but finished third Devonshire Park Form Chart DEVONSHIRE PARK FORM CHART WINDSOR Ontario Saturday July 10 1920 Devonshire Park Seventh and last day AVester Racing Associations First Meeting of 7 days Weather clear clearStewards Stewards Joseph A Murphy and AV A Hewitt Judges Herman P Coukling W R Norvell an J C Fletcher Starter Edward Tribe Racin Secretary M N Macfarlanc MacfarlancRacing Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 230 48694 First Race 1 Mile Nov 3 1916 xouu 139 3 102 Purse 1200 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to win ner 900 second 200 third 100 100Equiv Equiv Odd OddTnd Tnd Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight48666Kentky 48666Kentky Boy 116 lh G Yeargin 3401C 48628 Rouen 11G 2 = AV Hlnphy fl070lC 48565 Banyan 301 3 = F Hunt G501C 48567 Hemisphere 111 4i H Stearns 190010 4 8569 Boxer 111 5t C Duggan 1000lC 486283 Har GloverlOS i F Chiavetta SOO1C 48537 Lady AVard 11G 7 X J Barnes 1S51C 4859 Contestnat 116 S AV Warrington 48605 H Olympus 111 9 E Fator 150010 150010tMutuel tMutuel field 2 mutuels paid Kentucky Boy 880 straight 400 place 360 show Rouen field 830 place 510 show Banyan 4iO show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Kentucky Boy 340 ti 100 straight 130 to 100 place 80 to 100 sliow Rouen field 315 to 100 place 155 to 100 show Banyan 130 to 100 show showTime Time 26 52 120 J 150 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner G R Allens ch g C by Toddington My Fair Kentucky by Ingoldsby trained by G R Allen bred by Mr A L Ferguson FergusonAAent AAent to post at 239 At post 1 minute Star good and slow AVon driving second and thin the same sameScratched Scratched 48631 Hope 100 48GG Comacho 111 111Overweights Overweights Harry Glover ti pounds dRfiQSJ Second Race 5 12 Furlongs Oct 6 OUU J 1916 106 5 112 Purse 1200 2yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 100Equiv Equiv Oddf OddfInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 48604 a Mary ReigellOt l F Chiavetta 27010 48502 NUFSC Jane 112 2 = J Gruber 31010i 48533 Romper 102 31 C Duggan 19SOW 48376 Sea Court 113 4s G Yeargin 0010i 0010i48627The 48627The EnquirerlOS 5 G Stone 2600lOi 48604 Big Cedar 107 AA AVarringtonl30010i 48627 H AVave 113 FellC Fator 425101 2 mutuels paid Mary Reigel 740 straight J370 place 310 show Nurse Jane 440 place 300 show Romper 000 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Mary Reigel 270 to 10 straight 85 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Nurs lane 120 to 100 place 80 to 100 show Romper 00 to 100 show showTime Time 25 52 115 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner W F Kuchelka nips br f by Golden Maxim Green Dawn by Greciian trained by AA 15 Finnigan bred by Mr T M Murphy MurphyAVent AVent to iwst at 316 At post 2 minutes Star lood and slow Won driving second and thirt he same sameOverweights Overweights Mary Reigel 2 pounds IRfiQfi laird Race 34 Mile Oct 31 1916 cuuuu 1i2 2 go Purso 1200 3year Ids and upward Claiming1 Net value to win ¬ ter 900 second 200 third 100 1 Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight18626s 18626s Lancelot 116 lh 1 Gruber 71010C 71010CI862filron I862filron Boy IU 2 = F Hunt H25101 H25101l8631Don l8631Don Roma 100 3J J McCoy tll23lK 48626 Gol DawnlflS 4 J Moohey 313100 31310048632P 48632P Connelly 111 5 = E Barnes 110iOC 48566 Deckhand ill G1 C Duggan GooIOC 46990 T J Hogan 116 7J J H Burke i iJ8567 J8567 Propaganda 116 8 N J Barnes 520010C 48605Tit for Tat 106 U F Chiavetta 2300100 2300100tMutuel tMutuel field 2 mutuels paid Lancelot 1620 straight 8fO place 4 CO show Iron Boy 2320 place 800 show Donna Roma field 40 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Lancelot 710 to 101 straight 340 to 100 place 130 to 100 show Iron Roy 1000 to 100 place 330 to 300 show Donna Roma field 115 to 100 show showTime Time 241J 0 1191 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner D E Stewarts b c 4 by Trap Rock Merry Heart by Sir Modred trained by D E Stewart bred by Mr Geo J Long LongAVenf AVenf to post at 357 At post 3 minutes Start jad and slow AVou driving second and third the same sameScratched Scratched 1SGS2 Archie Alexander 113 485G7 Summer Sigh 111 152 4 115 Purse 1200 3 3earolds earolds and upward Claiming Net value t tinner inner 900 second 200 third 100 100fiqulv fiqulv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48629 Short StopJI4 1 F Chiavetta 1G5100 8629 = Jack Reeveslll 2 G Yeargin 225100 8629 Douglass S 115 3 F Hunt fwO100 fwO1008666sCandelaria 8666sCandelaria W 4 E Barnea 7SO100 48534 Don Dodge 111 5 C Duggan 510100 510100Sme Sme 25 52 120 148 203 Track heavy 2 mutuels paid Short Stop 530 straight 3CO 3COilace ilace 280 sliow Jack Reeves 320 place 280 280liow liow Douglass S 310 sliow Equivalent booking odds Short Stop 105 to 100 100straight straight SO to 100 place 40 to 100 show Jack JackJeeves Jeeves 0 to 100 place 40 to 100 show Douglass 1 55 to 100 show AVinner J T Strites b tr 5 by Garry Herr lann Little Nell by Cederstromo trained by J Strite bred by MrI Howard Lewis AVent to post at 433 At post 1 minute Start Startood ood and slow for all but Candelaria AVon driving drivingecond econd and third the same ifth Hsice 1 14 Miles Nov 3 uu 1916 205 4 110 First Running RINCE EDWARD HOTEL HANDICAP 5000 idded 3yearolds and upward Net value to win ¬ ter 4175 second 700 third 300 fourth 100 100Kqutv Kqutv Odds OddsTnd Tnd Horsp Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight8603Hololulu 8603Hololulu BoylO I2 D Stirling 310JOO 310JOOi85353Snapgpn i85353Snapgpn II 114 26 AAr Hinphy 190100 48603 G de Cause OS S A Richcreek 1SO10D 58021 Romeo 106 4 J Dreycr 4SO100 2 mutuels paid Honolulu Itoy 8JO straight 340 place Snapdragon II 370 place no show niituels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking Odds Honolulu Boy 310 to 00 straight 95 to 100 place Snapdragon II 85 D 100 place ime 27 53 120 147 215 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner 1 Mastersons ch g 5 by Salvation orito by Cerito II trained by J Masterson bred y Messrs Lawrence Comstock ComstockWent Went to post at 513 At post 1 minute Start rood and slow Won easily second and third Iriving IrivingScratched Scratched 1S278 The Porter 131 4SG23 Paul Ieidel 110 48333 Bondage 118 4S 29 Douglass i 112 LQfiqq Sixth Race 34 Mile Oct 31 1916 row a a ii229o Purse 1200 3year Ids and upward Claiming Net value to win r 900 second 200 third 100 100Eqnlv Eqnlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight48661Cob 48661Cob Lass 113 I3 J H Burke iJ100 48531 Murray 110 2 AV Hinphy 005100 8664 Shilling JJO 3 L Gaujrel 102T100 8002 = C Leydecker IPS 1J J Olstein 90100 90100Algonquin Algonquin 110 5J A Richcreek 2300100 8662 Double Van 110 G G Yeargin 1200100 2 mutuels paid Cobalt Lass 820 straight 390 law 320 show Murray o20 place 3JO show hilling 430 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Cobalt Ijiss jl to 30 straight 5 tn 100 place 60 to 100 show Mur iv 160 to 100 place 05 to 100 show Shilliug 15 to 100 show showTime Time 25 50 119 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner V P Marshalls b m 5 by King Co ilt Kidy Rosalie by Handspring trained by Stickney bred by Mr Grant Hugh Browne BrowneAVent AVent to post at 555 At post 1 minute Start od and slow AAon easily second and third driv drivScratched Scratched 18600Hackamore llO 48021 Kcmeo 18 48700 Seventh Race 34 Mile Oct 31 1916 xw I uw ii2 2 90 Purse 1200 3year clds and upward Claiming Net value to win ¬ ner 900 second 200 third 100 100EqulT EqulT Odd OddInd Ind Hors Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight48632s 48632s Annie EdgarlOG I C Dugpan SOTiM 48632 Bob Baker llfi 2J X J Barnes 1430100 48382 Goldino 105 Si L Gaugcl 830100 48626 Betsinda 108 4l D Stirling WO100 WO100486263Pretty 486263Pretty BabylOG oz F Hunt 8J3100 48632 Strikebrker 110 Gi AV Hinphy fiWo100 fiWo10048567Onico 48567Onico 10G 71 E Barnes 165100 48084 Key Mar 111 S1 F Chiavetti 520100 48628 Hclma 1UG J G Yeargin t ttMutuel tMutuel field 2 mutuels paid Annie Edgar 2010 straight 1CMO place 550 show Bob Baker 1450 place 8iO sliow Goldine 590 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Annie Edgar 905 to 100 straight 405 to 100 place 175 to 100 show Bob Baker 625 to 100 place 330 to 100 show Gold ine 105 to 100 show showTime Time 25 50 108 128 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner F A Tansors b m by Sir Edgar Lady Castli by Galliniile trained by E G Jones bred in England by Mr J Finn t tAArent AArent to post at 640 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Betsinda 1 pound Fall Stakes For Belmont Park FALL STAKES FOR BELMONT PARK NEW YORK N Y July 6 The Westchestcr Racing Association has announced its stake program for the autumn meeting at Belmtmt Park The regular stakes have lieen increasd in value in ac ¬ cordance with the announced policy of the man ¬ agement Major Belmont president of the organi ¬ zation having gone on record some time ago that whenever the returns warranted it more money would be offered and horsemen and breeders en couraged to the limit Iu speaking of this he said All our1 autunin stakes will be increased in value and there will be a larger percentage of tke money awarded to the second and third horses than in former ye4rs while the fourth horse will save its stake stakeVe Ve are also of the opinion that the breeder of a winner of our great races should be 1 rewarded The Futurity has for yearn carried a provision to that effect It is probable that the Lawrence Rcajiatton arid other events at Belmout Park will be similarly endowed endowedSecretary Secretary Eurlpeker will no doubt have a bumper list of nominations for these Hiakes entries for which will close on July 19 The stakes having 2000 added carry 500 for second and 250 for third while those with 2500 added have 700 to second and S300 to third Those of 3000 have 1000 fin second and 500 for third and those with 3300 added have 1200 for second and 500 to tlifrdIlic tlifrd Ilic fallowing are the stakes stakesAutumn Autumn Gold Cup a handicap for threeyear olds and over 5000 added two miles A gold cup of the value of 500 to the winner winnerNassau Nassau Selling Stakes 2000 added 3yearolds and over one mile mileJerome Jerome Handicap 2500 added threeyearolds one mile mileManhattan Manhattan Handicap 2500 added all ages one mile mileFall Fall Highweight Handicap 3000 added all ages threequarters mile mileChampagne Champagne Stakes 3500 added twoyearolds seveneightlis seveneightlisNursery Nursery Handicap f3500 twoyearolds three quarters mile mileMincola Mincola Selling Stakes 2000 added twuyOar old threequarters milei mileiTomboy Tomboy Handicap for fillies 2500 added two yearolds five and a half furlongs furlongsSteeplechase Steeplechase stakes stakesCorinthian Corinthian Handicap 2500 added two miles and a half halfBroadhollow Broadhollow Handicap 2000 added about two miles Work-Outs From The East And West WORKOUTS FROM THE EAST AND WEST 336 NEW YORK N Y July 10 The following workouts took place at the Long Island tracks v vJAMAICA tills morning JAMAICA Weather clear itritck fast Three Eighths Mile Mile335Etruscan 335Etruscan 39 Ten Buttons 38 38262Northern 262Northern Lady 41 41Half Half Kile Kile333Liqnid 333Liqnid Fire 49 306 Veto i50 i50334Scrvitor 334Scrvitor 50 50Five Five Eighth Kilo 334BenninRton 102 322Marjorie Ml06Vs Ml06Vs334Cnroful 334Cnroful 101 330Our Boots 104 104334Diff 334Diff Eyes 104 334Sibola 109 109332Horoscope 332Horoscope 108 331St Allan 103 33Hitron II 104 331Vanadis 104 104332Lady 332Lady Stella 104 104Three Three Quarten Kile Kile333Alphee 333Alphee 115 333Penelope 118 118334Fredk 334Fredk the Gtl23 320Pocatello 115 115332Ft 332Ft Churchill 110 333Superb 120 120334Irish 334Irish Dream 110 305Tailor Maid 125 125325Nightstick 325Nightstick 120 333TiiigaLing 117 117330Pickwick 330Pickwick 118 118Seven Seven Eighths Mile 333Flibgibbet 140 140One One Kile Kile334Abadane 334Abadane 147 Sir Lawrence 147 147331Crystal 331Crystal Ford 142 332Sandy Mae M52 333Cum Sah 159 332Tan II 147 147Genie l45js331Poor Genie W 144 335Youneed l45js 331Poor Butfly 148 148BELMONT BELMONT PABK TRAINING TRACK Weather clear track fast ThreeEighths Mile Mile331Day 331Day Lilly 38 334GIoomy Gus 43 43330rFluff 330rFluff 38 38Half Half Mile 330Faunus 49 334Mavourneen 5Q 5Q322Hold 322Hold Up 53 333Tidings 51 51331L 331L Fantastic 51 332Two Feathers 49 49Lismore Lismore 51 331AVood Violet 54 FiveEighths Mile MileFright Fright 103 332The Cook 109 109334Ginime 334Ginime 109 333Vic 1Ort 1Ort332Panoply 332Panoply 100 334Willowbrook 109 109333Scdgefield 333Scdgefield 103 334Wee Louise 104 Thren Quarters Mile Mile333Brisk 333Brisk 11C 322 Sea Queen 122 122332Edwiua 332Edwiua 122 322Manoevre 110 110332Royal 332Royal Duck 118 330Victor S 124 124SevenEighths SevenEighths Mile 331LEffare 129 One Mile Mile332Arethusa 332Arethusa 145 329Translate 144 144533Camoufleiir 533Camoufleiir 147 331Thunderstorml4i 334Locust Leavesl44 334Vexatious 145 330Nat Bridge 147 334VaIor 143 143LATONIA LATONIA Ky July loi The following work ints took place at the track this morning Veather clear track fast ThreeEighths Mile Mile321Edna 321Edna D 37 313 Vftippet 39 39323Qnof 323Qnof Trumps3S Trumps3SHalf Half Mile 330TCrookholt 50 326Mplinero 49 333 Bookworm 49 220 Nellie Witmer 50 326Lotta Speed 51 333Under Fire 5o 324Mr Jiggs 50S 50SFive Five Eighths f Mile MileJel Jel I Hourl02 333Mam o Minel02 aayiasteside 100 332Ocean Sweep 1011 334Frivolity 100 2JiSpokne Queenl02S0 Queenl02S0Three Three Quarters Mile Mile320Busy 320Busy Signal 115 330Ethcl Gray 117 320Uet Believe 115 334Lucky B 1 Page 6 Aqueduct Entries And Past Performances For Monday, July 12 AQUEDUCT ENTRIES AND PAST PERFORMANCES FOR MONDAY JULY 12 WEATHEB CLEAR TEACK FAST The figures under this heading Eeo In the entries below show the best time of each horse j at the distance since January 1 1918 no matter where It finished In cases here record was made on other than a fast or good track j abbreviations show track conditions j Racing starts at 245 p m Chicago time 145 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance b Blinkers BlinkersFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record July 0 1910 111 3 110 110Todays Todays Ind Horse Wt Rec AWtIIan 47322 bLovers Lano II 104 113 3 98X725 98X7254SOOl 4SOOl bLwust Leaves M1QO 114 If 3 100X720 40397 Valerie West 110112 0 0103X71 0103X714S3S3 103X71 4S3S3 Hlirou II 114 114 4 113X71 44701 bSenator Crow 113 113 4 11371 44080 Fleeing Sheik1 1 OS 113 Mi 4 4113X71 4113X714S013 113X715 4S013 American EagleLiberty Eagle 113 l12f 5 IOSXl 48013 Liberty Girl Ill 113 3 103 710 44800 Brisk 110 l14f 4 113 710 48049 EJ Primo 104113 4 110 710 48013 Cum Sail 115112 r 3113X710 113X710 Black Prince 3 103X710 Our Xephev 113X710 Marion Hollins 4 I OS 701 Thistle Queen o 100 70 48013 bMadam Byng 103114 4 ill llli70 llli704S93 703 4S93 MiIitlgiaM Queen 111 113 3 S3 95X70 X 703 48049 bKeeu Jane 99 113 4 ioSi70 48493 Xelle Yorke M 99 115 4 108 10S70I 10S70I440S5 700 440S5 Bibbler 98 l10 s 100 70 704S017 4S017 Chimera M 115 114 4 1870 34257 Double Eagle S 11370 48253 Fair Colleen 103 110 5 3 100 70 704S013 4S013 Millrace 102115 5 10SX70 Second Race About 2 Miles MilesSteeplechase Steeplechase Steeplechase3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances Track record Oct 4 1917 lOSJf 4 145 4S43i iiTranspero 4 142 700 4iST Little Nearer 11 147X03 4S014 t Valspar 4 44S30t 5 147X0510 4S30t liQueeii of the Sea Sea4SG14 0 1450ll 4SG14 King Tirry 4 142 085 t Yino6xUI ch c by byAllanaDaljJ AllanaDaljJ Czarapliine by byRubicon Rubicon 4 135 44177 bllurry Up 4 137 085 J E Davis entry Third Race 1 Mile MileDomino Domino Handicap Handicap3yearolds 3yearolds and upward upwardTrack Track record July 1 1910 130 S 114 48407 = bCROMWELL 110138 4 105x70 47701 jLord Brighton 120 140 4 1190740 1190740482B 482B fMad Hatter 100 137 JS 4 1230740 12307404S010 4S010 Lady Oertrude 112 137 5 10SX735 48390 bSt Allan 95138 3 03X735 48553 = bCrystal Ford 103 138 4 KM 735 7354S010 4S010 Aretliusa 107 141 95 730 48048 Pilurini 109 143 3 95X730 48253 Tableau dHotiiieur 4 9S7 fS C Hildreth entry entryFourth Fourth Race 58 Mile Seventeenth Running Astoria Dinner Stakes 2000 and 250 Plate Added Added2yearolds 2yearolds Fillies Allowance AllowanceTrack Track record July 3 1919 57 2 115 48527 Careful 127 59 127X750 48051 Crocus 109 100 112 745 745S557 S557 Joan Mario 115 101 112 740 8531 3 Prodigy 112 9 112 740 7404S3373 4S3373 Fright M 115101 109 7 4S24S Lndy Stella M 109 101 Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record July 1 1910 10 8 114 1144S143hTitle 4S143hTitle 98 141 4 100X72 100X724ST9S 4ST9S liGath 108 139 4 114 72i 48013 Cum Sail 110 138 5 111X711 48437 bloor Butterfly 100 140 5 100X7L 45141 Pnnnniiin 111137 5111X71 5111X714S3323bYoimeed 4S3323bYoimeed Ill 139 4 111X71 48552 ITattle 11213 3 100X7H 48085 = IAVai Smoke 109142 4 111 71 48595 bBoluiaii Queen 112 141 3 91X70 4S305 lWar Plumr 92 141 4 111 705 4S072 Wnp Club 114 142 4 100X700 Sixth Race 58 Mile Campfiro Handicap Handicap2yearolds 2yearolds 2yearoldsTrack Track record July 3 1919 57 2 115 J801S Machiavelli M 111 101 115 1154S4092 4S4092 Normal 110100 121X 43409 Oriole 110 100 125X 48554 Aicafraz 103 l02s HlX 48051 Costly Colours 115101 114 48277 Sedgefield 110 101 110 48414 Musty M 102 115 100 100Vulcanize Vulcanize b c by Viilcain Her Majesty by His HisHighness Highness 120 120Flying Flying Cloud b c by AVrack Robi netta by Fair Play 120 Aqueduct Jockey Percentages. AQUEDUCT JOCKKY PERCENTAGES From January 1 iJHIO to July li iiO Inclusive At or Over Jockey JockeyKeogh Wr Mts Keogh F 110 S SHI Hande K HI 153 Ambrose K 103 140 Fa tori L 105 104 104lor McCabe J JMurray lor Murray T 10t 203 Coltiletti F 98 30 ICumirierj C 110 102 Jlico T 112 110 Rodriguez J 110 419 Turner C 10 127 Ensor L 110 128 Itiixton M 107 125 Relsay W 1 S 181 Barrett X 107 77 Rowan T 105 00 Schuttinger A AMyers 107 90 Myers II 107 143 Iloikins I 104 7 Xoian T 101 32 Xoeller J 104 271 Ionce C 100 113 Fairbrother C 112 40 Voqdstock F Corey G Johnson A 10 88 KirsMibauin C 111 31 Cullahan II Jockey JockeyParrington Parrington T Ill 90 Mountain M 111 142 Callahan J 98 70 Sneidman S 105 59 Weiner F 915 111 Mooney J 09 Davies T 103 Hamilton II 107 41 Rabin G Swart II Miller C II IIJarvis 11 0 i Jarvis T 95 30 Rowan M 111 14 Wakoff 11 104 20 Kiimmer E 101 Borel C 111 i Peters J 100 0 Wessler J 102 13 Bruiiner J 112 Bullman K Campbell Jv Colenian J Evans A Heider K Lancaster It Moran E Shelepets J First Race [1st Aqueduct] The small figure under Str shows the distance the horse was ahead of that nextrm the race The sniall figure under Fin unlqss the horse won shows the number of lengths tile horse was behind the winner Weight to be carried appears at too of column of weights in previous races The M after the horses name means Maiden FIRST RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Claiming July 6 1916 111 3 116 116Iijjt Iijjt IijjtX X Qourse Dist TimeTckOdds t St Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish FinishLOVERS LOVERS LANE II ch 3 98 By Yankee Love Cliff by Clifford CliffordTrainer Trainer W J Spiers Owner J Shaughnessy Shaughnessy47P22 47P22 Jamaica 34 lifast 135 95 2 11 1 ° l = i F Weiner 10 SammyKelly Musito OldSinhcr 4312 AnMuct 58 59mud 3 10S 2 22 2i M Buxton 11 Carnarvon Dunsamlel War Map Map438G2 438G2 Aiiduct 34 l12fist 5 104 2 1 2 2l 25 L Fator 12 UI inelL CotIJoost Dsandel 4 93 AiUuct 5S l00fast 7 103 4 1 2 3l 3 J Frach 15 Sand Bed Bright Gold Flareup 43713 Belmont 5Jf st l07slow 4 112 1 11 4 SSJ J Frach 7 llainpden AmSdier lireadUne lireadUne43C40 43C40 Belmont 5lf st 107 fast G 102 2 11 2nt 5 ° i J Frach 0 FsanDore Copyright Koseland Koseland4353C 4353C Saratoga 5S l01BOOd 3J 10S 1 11 I3 22 L Ensor C FanCook Betsinda East Glow GlowLOCUST LOCUST LEAVES ch f 3 M 100 By Jack Atkin Cream by Electioneer ElectioneerTrainer Trainer T J Heale Owner R T Wilson 4SCCO Jamaica Im70y l45fast 10 SS 10 C 8 8 C1 5 S BullmanlS Goalor Th Queen ClareBoothe 47904 Belnit 34 MC 114 fast K IOC 2 2 2 2l 3 1 C Turner 5 Jyntee T oGaunt ThistQueen 47S52 Belmont 1 l42fast 85 110 711 1 2 3 = 5 C Turner 7 Clierubilio CourtFodl ClSoothe 47725 Belmont 1 lUO fast 5 95 5 5 4 4 45 413 S Bullrrian 5 Oceaiina Dorcas Sibola 47CCS Belmt 34 MC llSfasit 5 92 C 66 5J C C Bullman 9 Hendrie HuronlL Burlingame 324 Jamaica 34 113 fast 30 100 7 4 5 6s C J Mooney 7 Sunnyland Assume Jack Mount VALERIE WEST br m 6 6Trainer 103 By Bannockburn Sinfi by Loyalist Loyalisty Trainer J 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Kummer 3 Milkmaid Cleopatra Cleopatra4452S 4452S Empire Im70y l41sfast 1310 121 4 44 4 3 = 3 J Butwell 4 Ornionda Salvestra Wee Louise Louise4430G 4430G Jamaica 1 11G l4Gfast 115 116 134 3 I1 I2 J Butwell 7 CrysFord OverThere Panaman ST ALLAN b c 3 3Trainer By Bridge of Allan St Aelwena by Chaucer Trainer J Hewitt Owner North Shore Stable 4SC9G Aqduct 1 1 37fast 12 124S55G tt 1 3 2 2 2 3i F Weiner 4 Gladiator Fair Gain RoyalDuck RoyalDuck3J 4S55G Aqduct 1 l3S3sfcst 4J 4J4S4G5 3J T flowan i Dinna Care Feodor CaptAlcock CaptAlcock3si 4S4G5 Aqduct 1 l3S fast S S4S1G1 3si T Rowan 5 Fair Gain Dinna Care Feodor 4S1G1 Jamaica 1 11G 147 good 3 5 F Lux C Uayard Gallagher Alphee AlpheeS40 47311 Pimlico 1 18 l51fast 48 S40 D Stirling 9 Man o War Upset Wildair 47194 Pimlico 1 11G 151 hvy 7 107 3 2 2 2 2i 41 F Lux 7 Oriuonda Bondage Bolster 4713S Pimlico 34 llifast 5 117 1 23 2J 23 J Rodgez 7 Panoply Kallipolis Pocatello CPYSTAL FORD ch g 4 104 By Clifford Glimmerglass by Chuctanunda ChuctanundaTrainer Trainer A G Blakcley Owner Nasremo Stable Stable4S553 4S553 Aqduct 1 11G 145 fast 2 110 3 3 3 2 3 2t C Kummer Elmendorf TMcTaggart mirift 4S305 Aqduct 1 l3Stfgoofl 25 103 G C 5 5 G3 4i L McAtee i WMask Audacious WMarvel 47455 Jamaica 1 1IG l47slow 5 103 543 4 5 59i N Barrett 5 Ormonda Cromwell Tnderclap 25 Jamaica 1 11G l47fast 1710 112 775 3 21 2J T Rowan 7 Wyoming Thrift Kilts 1 14C9G7HdeGe 4C9G7HdeGe 1 1IG l45fast 10G 100 4 5 5 5 5Z lt E Fator 10 S Master HillyKelly SirRarton ARETHtJSA b f 3 95 95Trainer By Broomstick Bellefontaine by Watercreti Trainer Jas Rowe Owner H P Whitney Whitney4JC16 4JC16 Aqduct 1 l3i fast 12 107 8 S 7 S S4C42 71 713 X Barrett S PpnIJose LOrtrnde Tonjours 4C42 Belmont 34 st l12fast I 11G 136 S 9 E Ambrse 9 llisChoice GloriaFrance Lunta 47313 Pimlico 1 11G l45fast 3110 105 G 4 4 4 41 5 E Ambrse 0 Irish Kiss Gallagher Bondage 57244 Pimlico 1 116 153 slow 45 113 3 5 5 4 44712G 3 2J J Rodgez i Cleopatra Iubidiuin IlisChoIce 4712G Pimlico 1 116 l4Sfat 35 107 4 1 1 1 1i I1 F Cltiletti VirgL CarSweeper WViolet 47089 Pimlico 34 l12fast 3910 103 3 33 3s 3i F Cltiletti C King Herod Ticklish Super PILGRIM b K 3 95 95Trainer By Garry Herrmann Zoola by St Gatien Trainer T Welsh Owner J E Widener JStMS Aqduct 3ll12fast 20 107 7 9 S S44SG5 9 = 72 C Turner 10 Hilly Kelly Fruit Cake Super 44SG5 Empire 1 l424ihvy G5 109 1 4 3 4 3l 22 II Buton i 1 llarmn Northward 15I1T Bang 44527 Empire Ab 34 110 fast 3 122 2 33 Si 25 C Fbther 5 Irish Dream St Allan Ilomely 44271 Jamaica 34 l12fast 2S 110 3 43 2J 15 C Fbther 0 StAllan II O Heels Sagamore 43961 Aqduct 34 113 fast 185 110 1 42 2nk 2J L Ensor 5 Krewer Kinnoul White Socks 4818 Aqduot 34 l12fast 7 112 1 44 41 45 c Fbthfir 7 Neddam Krewer Padriac TABLEAU DHONNEUR ch c 4 98 98Trainer By Mordant Ardoise by Artoiso Trainer A Goodin Owner F Hutchings 45253 Jamaica 3 l13fast 2J 120 1 32 324S071 1 1 C Kummcrl4 Midian TheTrump RoimdRobin 4S071 Jamaica 34 113 fast 100 108 G 44 4 4 = 1 J Zoeller 11 WarMarvel DifKyesPasSwain 47238 Tijuana 34 l12fast G5 117 2J C Gross fi Wynnewood NkBelle IromM 47032 Tijuana 34 112 fast 45 113 3 C Gross 7 Kuklux Ph Ward K Cheathain 47010 Tijuana 34 113 fast 45 117 fi8 C Duggan Wynnewood liurgoyne Kuklux 4GS07 Tijuana 34 l12fast 45 118 2h W Mclnre 7 Kit Chcatham Sturdee Kuklux Connaught Park Racing Statistics: Ross Stable Largest Winner--Princeps Heads the Horses and Richcreek the Jockeys. CONNAUGHT PARK RACING STATISTICS Ross Stable Largest Winner Princeps Heads the Hcrscs and Richcreek the Jockeys A total of 3741 was distributed among the thesuccessful successful horsemen during the sevenday meeting meetingof of the Coiinniiglit Park Jockey Club at Ottawa which opened June 17 and came to a close June 13 The daily average distribution amounted to 5345 The Canadian division of Commander J K L Itoss Itossstable stable figured prominently in the results at Con Connaught naught Park leading the moneywinnlng owners with 240 to its credit The following is a list of the owners who won 500 or more each eachOwner Owner 1st 2d 3d Amt AmtUoss Uoss J K L 3 3 0 24 0 0Seagram Seagram Stable 2 3 3 1700 1700Parson Parson J A 3 0 0 1500 1500Tyree Tyree J S 2 0 0 1400 1400Garth Garth L W 2 1 0 1325 1325Seregni Seregni L A 2 1 0 1325 1325Skinkor Skinkor J II 2 0 0 1300 1300Farrar Farrar F 1 4 1 1250 1250Brcokdale Brcokdale Stable 1 1 3 875 875Nevada Nevada Stock Farm 1 3 0 875 875Griffith Griffith E C 1 2 0 S50 S50Bauer Bauer J 0 3 0 750 750Giddings Giddings II 1 0 3 775 775Ilodge Ilodge T 1 2 0 750 750Morton Morton C 1 2 0 750 750Tullett Tullett II 1 1 1 775 775Vlatl Vlatl 0 1 1 o 725 725Zollicoffer Zollicoffer K T 1 1 1 700 700Maryland Maryland Stable 1 0 2 75 75Allen Allen G R 1 1 25 25Major Major E E 1 1 0 025 025Vail Vail N S 1 1 0 025 025Cissna Cissna W II 1 0 0 000 000Ilendrie Ilendrie G M 1 0 0 iOO iOOLuinsden Luinsden J 1 o COO COOMurphy Murphy J L 1 0 o COO COOJMtirphy JMtirphy COOCornell T 1 0 o COO Cornell G 1 0 i 575 Knight 575Knight C 1 0 1 r75 Marshall W It i o i 575 Itdlicrtsini 575Itdlicrtsini A G 1 0 1 r7 r7Davis Davis II 1 0 101 Hall 101Hall C W 1 0 5H Iibv 5HIibv 1 1 0 0 500 500Kelly Kelly M i o o 500 Itaymond 500Itaymond 1 1 o 0 500 Sargeant 500Sargeant H J 1 o o roo rooThomas Thomas A V 1 o 500 Twyimin 500Twyimin II i o o ron ronWhitney Whitney E F 1 0 o 500 Moore E S 1 0 0 Money 0Money given owner of second horse horsePrinceps Princeps with two victories and 1515 to his credit leads the horses with Dr Joe a close sec ¬ ond the following being winners of 500 or more each 1st 2d 3d Irinceps r Joe Frank Monroe Irish Jig fSiila Dress Ikey T Woodtlinish tlare 1liil T Uoselyon Fort Bliss BlissAllah Allah AllahBlazonry Blazonry BlazonryKentucky Kentucky BoV BoVAmmunition Ammunition AmmunitionAsracl Asracl AsraclKate Kate Glenn GlennMidnight Midnight Sim SimKobert Kobert Oliver OliverStucco StuccoAttorney Attorney Stucco Mnir MnirCharlie Charlie gummy gummyOi Oi bilt Lass LassVerity Verity VerityArthur Arthur Middlclon MiddlclonHlarney Hlarney Stout StoutISy ISy Jiiuiuy AmtCharles Horse 1st 2d 3d Amt Charles Francis 1 o o 500 Chief 500Chief Sixjiisor 1 o o 500 Handy 500Handy Rose 1 o 0 500 Honey 500Honey Island 1 o 0 500 Kuklux 500Kuklux i o o 500 500ledford ledford Boy i o o 500 Mumbo 500Mumbo Jumbo i o MQ MQMusito Musito i o 0 500 500Paul Paul Connelly 1 0 0 500 500Philistine Philistine loo GOO Jlayer GOOJlayer i o 0 500 500Salvatelle Salvatelle i o o GOO GOOSturdee Sturdee 1 o o fiOO They fiOOThey Shall Not Pass 1 o 0 500 Viva 500Viva Cuba i o o 500 500War War Tank i o o 500 Woodhine 500Woodhine 1 o o noo Yorkist nooYorkist 1 o o 5M Little Boy 1 0 0 Money given second horse horseA A Richcreek captured the saddle honors with seven winning mounts to his credit the following being the jockeys who rode one or more winners winnersJockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d UunPC UunPCRichcreek Richcreek A 27 27Butwell Butwell J 2 i H 5 5Thurber Thurber II 1 4 3 4 8 ill Veargin illVeargin G 12 4 1 0 7 33 Fator 33Fator E IS 3 4 5 17 Ilenpel 17Ilenpel J 15 4 3 o Claver A S 3 3 0 2 37 Pierce 37Pierce J 19 3 2 4 10 1C Burke J II 14 2 2 2 S 14 Simpson 14Simpson R 10 2 1 1 fi 10 10Ifliiuinelli 15Hell Ifliiuinelli R 13 2 0 4 7 15 Hell J 12 1 3 2 OS Stirling OSStirling D 12 i 2 2 7 08 Pickens A 5 1 i o 3 20 McGee 20McGee J i i o o 0 100 100The The following finished second or third with one or more mounts but did not ride a winner winnerJockey Jockey Mts 2 1 SdUnp Duggan SdUnpDuggan C 25 2 I 23 Wright 23Wright C 4 i o 3 Moore R 5 1 I 4 Forrest C 1 1 o o Parrington K 2 0 1 1 Gregory 1 4 o i 3 Stearns 3Stearns II n o 1 10 10The The following were unplaced with all their mounts Jockey Mts Jockey Iliiiiincr H 1 McGraw S Moore W 1 Dawson J Schwartz M 1 McCrann R Hoganowskl W 2 Disunion O 7 Duggan 7Duggan It 3 3The The steeplechase riders that rode one or inori winners are as follows followsRider Rider Mts 1st 2d 3d UnpPC Borgau UnpPCBorgau W i iBrady Brady P 3 1 2 0 I 33 Hines 33Hines C 4 1 1 1 1 U5 U5McCluskey McCluskey A 4 1 1 1 1 Laudry E 2 1 0 0 1 su G It Allen tops the list of the trainers of which the following saddled one or more winners winnersTrainer Trainer Wins Trainer Wins WinsAllen Allen G It 5 Irby C 1 1Schelke Schelke F 3 Kearnev D 1 1Arthur Arthur J L McKinney W A 1 1Bennett Bennett A L Moore E 1 1Briiigloe Briiigloe W II 1 Nixon J 1 1Burttschell Burttschell W A 1 Phillips C 1 1Chapman Chapman B L 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GenJMGoz StMichaelTsient 47991 Belmont 5S st l00fast 4 121 210 T Rowan S Dimesdale Tottie Hoiiyhnlmm 47511 Belmont 4lf st 52fast 75 115 1 1 I2 HoiiyhnlmmI2 I2 T Rowan 10 Sedgetield Wireless Our Flag 47173 Cburchl 4S t 55mud 9f 117 2 1 14 21 T Rowan 13 Un Verde Easterside SScreen 47128 Churchl 12 48 fast 4110 115 3 2 2ALCATRAZ 31 3 j T Rowan 12 B Servant NElkhorn B Ginger GingerBy ALCATRAZ ch c 2 111 111Trainer By Von Tromp Gottlieben by Rubicon Trainer C Buxton Owner J A Coburn Coburn4S511 4S511 Aqduct 58 l01fast 105 107 fi 3 3 42J M Buxton 7 Dry Moon Guvnor Eye Opener 4SI97 Jamaica 5J f 108 mud 135 112 4 4 4 2J 4 J M Buxton 4 DryMoon Suiierwan EyeOpener Machiuyelll4V345 474HC EyeOpener474HC Jamaica 5S l01slow 45 1112 2 2 2l 3 J J Butwell 5 Pluribus Episode Machiuyelll 4V345 Jamaica Ci f 107 Tast 115112 2 2 2 25 IJ M Buxton 4 Eye Opener Srwoman HGuess HGuess472C3 472C3 Jamaica 5S l02Vfsiow 3 103 1 1 1 1s ID J Zoeller 10 Frlzlet Eye Opener Salesman 4C9G4 HdeGce 4J f 53fast 8 111 3 21 31 J Williams 8 BabyGrand MLlllian Feruwood COSTLY COLOURS b or br f 2 114 By Fair Play Violet Ray by Rock Sand Trainer W R Midgley Owner Greentree Stable 4SG51 Aqduct 5S l00fast 4 4 53J A Johnson 0 Crocus Idle Dell Prodigy 4ES8 Aqduct 5S l01fast 2 45 4 E Sande 11 Dmesdale BGeral MhiavelU 4S307 AqUuct 4i f 52good 85 115 3 3 4i 4J A JohnsonlO Prodigy Jacobina Dough Girl 4S097 Jamaica 58 l00fist 12 112 3 3 4 44 34 A Jobnsoi 5 Prudery Intrigante Careful 4S040 Jamaica 58 l01fast 75 113 1 11 1U 1J A Johnsonll Sacajawea D Saving J Marie 17C70 Belmont 58 st 594 fast 5 109 1 4 5 5 44 C Kummer 5 Prudery Nancy Lee StepLlitly 75fi5 Belmont 4Jf st 535 faat 12 110 1 5 45 2J C Kummerll Prudery Nancy Lee S Lightly SEDGEFIELD ch c 2 116 116Trainer By Olambala Genesta by Broomstick Broomstickt Trainer T J Healey Owner R T Wilson Aqduct 58 MTffast 4 110 5 C i t 5 C Turner 0 StarVoter Jeg Moody 47782 Eelmont 4if st 54mud 310 IOC 3 42 l Moodyl I3 C Turner Z Polvinia Bluffer Muttikins 47G90 Belmont 5S st 58fast 10 112 4 32 32 32 C Turner 5 Tryster ToiiehMeNot Wireleaa 47511 Belmont 4Jf st 52fast 4 115 3 3 31 22 C Tumor 10 Oriole Wireless Our Flag FlagMUSTY MUSTY ch c 2 M 100 By Ultimus Divination by Horoscope j Formerly ran as Musy Trainer Wm Garth Owner Kedjewick Stable Stable4S414 4S414 Aqduct 58 l00slow 20 115 11 10 104 10 A Scbugrll Inchcape SportBlood Br Spun Spun4S2SO 4S2SO Aqduct 58 l00fast 0 I1G 11 11 10 10 A SchuVrlS BrigGenl NancyLee OurBoota 47S5G OurBoota47S5G Belmont ES st l02fast 30 10717 6 7 71 6 1 A Schugr 9 Uildiir Curfew Sister Flo FloFirst First start for the following followingVULCANIZE VULCANIZE b c 2 M 120 JBy Vulcain Her Majesty by His Highness HighnessTLYING TLYING CLOTJD b c 2M 120 By Wrack Robinetta by Fair Play Fifth Race [5th Aqueduct] FIFTH EACE 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling July 1 1916 13625 8 114 TITLE ch c 4 106 By Trap Rock Toucan by Star Ruby Trainer RubyTrainer W J Spiers Owner J Shaughnessy 48143 Jamaica Im70y l45slov G 101 521 1 F Weiner 0 Manoovre Asterisk Tapageur Tapageur4E041 4E041 Jamaica Im70y l45fast 5 105 7 1 1 2 3J 85J F Weiner 17 Orderly Ballast Air Man Man472G2 472G2 Jamaica 5i f lOSV slow S IOC 9 9 4 2 I1 F Weiner 15 Asterisk Ellicient Midiau 41850 Bowie 1 11G 151 fast 24 104 1 1 1 2 99 954 H Myers 10 Crumpsall MorinonElder Lucius Lucius44S19 44S19 Bowie GJ f 122 good3310 115 1 05 2J 4 2 L Ensor 15 Pibroch Duke John Little Ed EdGATH GATH b g 4 U4 By Tracery Philista by St Blaiso BlaisoTrainer Trainer H Rites Owner J E Griffith Griffith4S279 4S279 Aqduct 1 l39 fast 2 114 1 4 4 4 3 3J H Ilamfn 4 Sunnyllill Berlin Toucnnet 4072 Jamaica 1 11G 147 fast 12 112 7 8 S 7 72 C A JohnsonlO Kashmir Claquer PoorBtterny 47781 Belmont 1 1S l53mud 1 115 2 2 4 4 4 = 5 A Johnson 5 Franklin Thrift Little Nearer 47312 Pimlico 1 11G l48fast 2310 117 4 2 2 1 1s I2 J Rodgez 7 Siesta Herd Girl Lord Herbert 47125 Pimlico 1 11G l49fast 265115 222 2 2 2 A JohnsonlO CharSummy Siesta MistPolly MistPollyCUM CUM SAH br h 5 111 By 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TorpointTrainer Trainer J G Wagnon Owner Pelican Stable Stable4S072 4S072 Jamaica 1116147 fast 20 103 91010 S SJ S19 J Zoeller irt Kashmir Clnquer PoorBtterfly 47325 Jamaica 1 1IG l474ifast 50 104 2 3 4 5 7 7CJ J Zoeller 7 Wyoniing Crystal Ford Thrift Thrift4G9C8 4G9C8 HdeGce Im70yl44 fast 42 105 554 5 G C18 J Xoeller fi Irish Kiss WPennant TDesert TDesert4G23C 4G23C Jefson Im70y l45ffast 7 108 3 G 4 4 73 79 G Walls 8 Jocod Dixie Carroll Fort Blisa r OJL J A 85 J15 9 g 5 3J 1S G Walls 14 Satana Repeater Bob Baker 458SO FGnds Im70y l15fast 7 103 3 1 1 1 I1 2J F Smith S Duke John SlrGrafton Yapbank Fourth Race [4th Aqueduct] FOURTH RACE 58 Mile Astoria Stakes 2yearolds Fillies Allow ¬ ances July 3 1919 57 45 2 115 CAREFUL br f 2 127 By Wrack Mindful by Star Shoot ShootTrainer Trainer E Wayland Owner W J Salmon Salmon4S527 4S527 Aqduct 5S 59 fast 115 127 3 II1 1i W Kelsay 4 Nancy Lee Prodigy Jacobina Jacobina4SO 4SO 7 Jamaica 5S l00fast 910 123 1 11 31 4s W Kelsay 5 Prudery Intrigante CostColours 47454 Jamaica 58102 slow 1 127 1 11 1J 1 W Kelsay 4 East View Runatrix UurBoots UurBoots471C5 471C5 Pimlico 4i f 54fast 110 115 1 11 I8 I5 W Kelsay fi Night Raider Jeg Painter Painter470S7 470S7 Pimlico 12 48Mfast 110 117 1 1 1s 1s W Kelsay 3 Dough Girl Our Kate 4G9S1 Pimlico 4J f 5G slow 35 114 1 11 1 11 W Kelsay C Intrigante Fallacy Qneenlsnbel 4G911 HdeGce 4J f 54mud 12 119 1 1 1 1 I2 W Kebsay 7 Intrigante Supwoman Alcntraz CROCUS 112 Trainer James Rowe Owner H P Whitney Whitney4SC31 4SC31 Aqduct 5S l00fost 1 109 1 1 IJ 13 E Ambrse G Idle Dell Prodigy Muttikins MuttikinsJOAN JOAN BridgewaterTrainer MARIE b f 2 112 By Friar Rock Orange and Blue by Bridgewater Trainer j Fitzsimmons Owner Quincy Stable 4S557 Aqduct 5S l01fast 10 115 1 1 14S442 I 1 = T Rice 15 Fluff Fright Dough Girl 4S442 Aqduct 5S l00fast 20 115 4 9 9J 93 T lUce It Tamarisk Fluff Rockland 48040 Jamaica 5S l01fast G 113 2 55 5 5 431 T Rice 11 CColours Sacajawea DSaving 47885 Belmont 4Jf st 52fast 50 11G 8 3 3J 53i T Rice 11 Muttikins Good Bye Idle Dell 47803 Belmont 4Jf st 51fast 30 105 3 8 84703fi 82 8 J Mooney 11 Jacobina Mvourneen Runatrix 4703fi Pimlico 12 49 fast 176 107 11 7 7PRODIGY 8J 711 J Mooney 13 Intrigante Dough Girl G Water PRODIGY b f 2 112 112Trainer By Light Brigade Satin by Peter Quince Trainer J Fitzsimmons Owner J E Davis Davis4SG51 4SG51 Aqduct 5S l00fast C US 3 34M27 31 3l T Rice fi Crocus Idle Dell Muttikins 4M27 Aqduct 58 59 fast 15 112 1 2 24S4C9 2l 33 T Rice 4 Careful Nancy Lee Jacobina 4S4C9 Aqduct 5S l00fast 20 120 11 13 lll 10 T Rice 17 Oriole Normal Advocate 4S307 Aqduct 4i f 52good 4J 111 6 7 51 JJ T Rice 10 Jacobina Dough Girl CColoura 4S24S Jamaica 5S 100 fast 20 112 5 6 5 5 5eJ T Rice 0 Tidings Cimarrou Good Bye FRIGHT b f 2 M 109 109Trainer By Frizzle Sprite by Waterboy Trainer W H Karrick Owner Oneck Stable 4S557 Aqduct 5S l01fast 7 115 2 7 74S142 5 = S4 C Fbthor 15 Joan Mnrie Fluff Dough Girl 4S142 Aqduct 58 l00fadt 15 115 G 5 41 7si C Fbtber K Tamarisk Fluff Rockland LADY STELLA b f 2 M 109 109Trainer By Assagai Gipsy Adams by The Commoner Trainer I Garson Owner F Houseman 4S24S Jamaica 5S 100 fast 15 109 2 2 22 2 43 452 A Johnson fi Tidings Cimarron Good Bye 199 Jamaica 5S l02mud 15 115 9 10 11 11 II14 A Johnsonll Darkllorse Curfew BriffGeuerl Page 8 THE MONTHLY FORM BOOK BOOKcontaining containing charts of all races run on recognized tracks in North America during the month of JUNE JUNEIS IS NOW NOWON ON SALE The Special Attention of Students of Form is directed to the method of indexing the charts The index shows each and every start of all horses that have raced with firsts seconds thirds and track conditions designated on the occasion of each and every start By means of this innovation it is possible for the user of the Form Book to instantly de ¬ termine a horses ability to run on any sort of track concerning which in ¬ formation is desired PRICE 1OO 1OOSingle Single copies by mail will POSITIVELY only be sent as registered mail with ah extra charge of ten cents for registration Not re ponsible for books sent as regular mail DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 Plymouth Court Chicago Illinoig 157159 East Thirtysecond Street New York N Y 74 Exchange Street Buffalo N Y Blue Bonnets Statistics: J. K. L. Ross Heads the Owners, Charlie Summy the Horses.; A. Claver and E. Fator Tied for Riding Honors--Schelke Is the Leading Trainer. BLUE BONNETS STATISTIC J K L Ross Heads the Owners Charlie Summy the Horses A Claver and E Fator Tied foi foiBiding foii i Biding Honors Schelke Is the Leading Trainer The Montreal Jockey Clubs first meeting of 192 was held at Blue Bonnets from June 9 to June 1 and was an immense success During the sevc days of racing the sum of 47255 was distributee among the winning owners the daily average dis tribution amounting to 6750 The lions shari of the prizes fell to the Canadian division o Commander J K L Ross his horses accountinj for six races and 5425 The following were th owners who won 500 or more each Owner 1st 1stRoss 2d 3d Amt Ross J K L 6 6Maryland 63 2 542i Maryland Stable 2 2Worthington 212 255 Worthington C T 3 3Griffith 0 3 208i Griffith E C 1 2 2Hhaw 201 2021 Hhaw D 1 1Whitney 10 0 197 Whitney E F 3 3Brookdalc 301 ioo Brookdalc Stable 2 2Holmes 22 1 1611 Holmes G 1 1Arthur 131 132 Arthur J 2 2Thomas 200 126 Thomas A V 2 2Thorncllffc 200 11SI Thorncllffc Stable 1 1Hodge 100 1151 Hodge T 1 1Seagram 1 2 105 Seagram Stable 1 1Hendrie 122 102 Hendrie G M 1 1Austin 1 1 5 Austin A L 1 1Oliver 111 93 Oliver W L 1 1Dayton 2 0 90 Dayton J W l lIrby Irby I i iGiddings Giddings H 1 1Triple Triple Springs Farm 1 1Zollicoffer Zollicoffer E T 1 1Murphy Murphy J L 1 1Luucheim Luucheim J H 1 1Allen Allen G K 1 1Bilson Bilson H i iGriffin Griffin J l lKolly Kolly M tl tlMiodow Miodow S 1 1Robertson Robertson A G 1 1Van Van Winkle O E 1 1Miles Miles P J 1 1Skinker Skinker J R 1 1Farrar Farrar F l lKarris Karris R J 1 1Meade Meade Mrs J H 1 1Dunn Dunn J B 0 The following is a list of the horses which won V o or more each eachHorse Horse 1st 2d 3d Amt AmtCharlie Charlie Summy 2 0 1 1975 1975Soldat Soldat de Verdun 1 0 0 1975 1975Flare Flare 2 0 0 1870 1870Baby Baby Grand 1 1 0 1760 1760By By Jimiuy 2 o 0 1225 1225Yowell Yowell 1 0 0 1180 1180Little Little Maudie 0 O 1180 1180Hush Hush 1 l 1175 1175Easter Easter Lily 1 0 0 1150 1150Midnight Midnight Sun 1 1 o 900 900Rosclyon Rosclyon 1 l o 800 800Dr Dr Hickmau 1 1 0 S75 S75Herendesy Herendesy l 1 o 780 780Belario Belario 1 1 o 780 780Harry Harry M Stevens 1 1 0 755 755Pen Pen Rose 101 750 750Vigilante Vigilante 1 1 0 725 725Lord Lord Herbert 100 685 685Charley Charley Boy 1 0 1 6SO 6SOStucco Stucco 1 0 1 SO SOAuntie Auntie May 1 0 HIM HIMDuke Duke John l 0 0 50 50Master Master Bill 1 0 0 650 650Assyrian Assyrian Queen 1 0 0 605 605Attorney Attorney Muir 1 0 0 605 605Blackburn Blackburn 1 0 0 605 605Carrie Carrie Moore i 1 0 0 005 005Chick Chick Barkley 1 0 0 605 605George George Duncan vl 0 0 605 605Helen Helen Atkin 1 0 0 605 605Jlunibo Jlunibo Jumbo 1 0 0 i05 i05Philistine Philistine 1 0 0 605 605Primo Primo 10 0 605 605Princess Princess Myrtle 1 0 0 605 605Rose Rose dOr 1 0 0 605 605Sentimental Sentimental 1 0 0 605 605Solid Solid Rock 1 0 0 605 605Sturdee Sturdee 1 0 o 605 605Thorny Thorny Way 1 0 0 605 605Flight Flight Captain 1 0 0 575 575Foreground Foreground 0 1 1 575 575Gala Gala Dress 1 0 0 575 575Mad Mad May 1 0 0 575 575Peerless Peerless One 1 O 0 575 575Who Who Cares 1 0 0 575 A Clnver and E Fator tied for the riding honors honorsthe the following being a list of the jockeys who rode one or more winners winnersJockey Jockey Mts 1st Id 3d Unp PO POClaver Claver A 13 5 3 1 4 38 38Fator Fator E 15 5 2 2 6 33 33Rodriguez 33Rodriguez Rodriguez J 8 4 1 1 50 50Heupel 50Heupel Heupel J 9 4 0 2 3 44 44Dishmon 44Dishmon Dishmon C 17 4 0 4 9 24 24Butwell Butwell J 23 4 7 1 11 20 20Thurber Thurber H 16 3 2 3 8 19 19Williams Williams J 10 3 1 1 5 30 30Richcreek Richcreek A 16 2 5 1 8 12 12Ronianelli Ronianelli R 11 2 2 1 18 18Barnes Barnes E 14 1 4 3 6 07 07Collins Collins N 3 110 1 33 33Moore Moore W 8 1 1 0 6 12 12Pierce Pierce J 15 1 2 4 8 07 07Simpson Simpson R 13 1 1 2 9 08 08Nolan Nolan T 4 1 0 0 3 25 25Tryon Tryon A 4 1 0 0 3 25 25Willis Willis 0 14 1 1 3 9 07 The following finished second or third with one oneor or more of their mounts but did not ride a winner winnerJockey Jockey Mts 2d 3d Unp UnpSterling Sterling D 10 2 2 6 6Rowan Rowan J 5 2 0 3 3Bulcroft Bulcroft G 5104 5104Copeland Copeland H 110 0 0Gargan Gargan W 1 1 2 6 6Gaugel Gaugel L 3 1 0 2 2Johnson Johnson A 2 1 0 1 1Metcalf Metcalf J 4 1 1 2 2Moore Moore R 5 1 1 3 3Obert Obert W 8017 8017Saladiii Saladiii U 1 0 1 0 0Sandc Sandc E 1 0 1 0 0McCrann McCrann R 1 0 1 0 0Gregory Gregory I 4 0 1 3 3Burke Burke J II 3 0 2 1 1The The following were unplaced with all their mounts mountsJockey Jockey Mts Jockey Mts MtsYcargiu Ycargiu G 6 i Conway J 1 1Anderson Anderson M 2 Forrest C 1 1Dawson Dawson J 2 Hanmer H 1 De Mayo E 2 McDermott It Primrose W 2 Penman L Aron L 1 Roehm E Bogauowski W 1 Smith J The following i ire this trainers who saddled one or more winners winnersTrainer F Schelke leading with six sixWins Trainer Wins Trainer Wins Schelke F 5 Griffin J 1 Devcrs F 3 Ilenly J W 1 1T Worthington C CBurke T 3 Kearney D 1 Burke W J 2 McKinney W A 1 Arthur J 2 Oliver W L 1 Cedar W 2 Rice B 11 1 Dayton J W WFriend 1 Shaw I 1 Friend R B 2 SIIKRK W E 1 Giddings II Jrt JrtWfllkcr Van Winkio O K 1 Wfllkcr G 2 Walters J 1 Austin A L 1 Wliatlny 4 S 1 Bornnian T F Fllringluc 1 Ryan W M 1 llringluc W II IIBnrttschell 1 Stevens P J 1 1A Bnrttschell W WClark A 1 Kiev O 1 Clark C F 1 Miles P J 1 Farrar F 1 Hammond 1 1 Karris R J 1 The following stakes were decided decidedStiikes Stiikes lutc Winner Value ValueKinderBarttn KinderBarttn Stakes June U Baby Grand 1585 1585Windsor Windsor Hotel Hold Cup Handicap June I IKoldat Koldat do Verdun 1975 1975Prince Prince of Wales Steeplechase Handicap June June1L 1L Klare 120 120Connaught Connaught Cup Handicap June 14 Easter EasterLily Lily 1150 1150Jacques Jacques Cartier Stakes June Hi Charlies CharliesSummy Summy 135 135The The percentage of winning favorites was just above normal as shown in the subjoined tabula ¬ tion tionNumber Number of days NiitnlxT of race 1l Winning first choices 1 1Winning Winning second choices 35 35Winning Winning outsiders 13 13Winning Winning at oddson K KDefeated Defeated at oddson 8 8Percentage Percentage vl whining choices 43 King Edward Park Statistics KING EDWARD PARK STATISTIC The King IMwnrd Park mooting was held from Tun 19 tii June 26 the usual seven days permitted un dor Canadian laws during which time 40 races wer run and 10300 was distributed among the sue suecessful cessful owners of which 1 B Waters was tli tlileader leader Tlie following are the owners who won 30 or more each eachOwner Owner 1st 2d 3d Ami AmiWaters Waters T 11 403 l49i l49iGargan Gargan W 4 2 0 134 134Moody Moody X K 401 l23i l23iJones Jones V E 3 0 2 ll i iBaldwin Baldwin J S 3 0 2 96 Muckenftiss 0 2 0 0 fiM fiMPilling Pilling R 2 0 0 CO COPlace Place C F 2 0 0 00 00Trenholmc Trenholmc W T 2 0 0 60 60Feeney Feeney J J 2 0 0 60 60Hill Hill A 122 60 60El El Morro Stable 1 2 1 57i 57iItulcroft Itulcroft A 1 2 0 44i 44iHall Hall J A 1 2 0 44 44Goodloe Goodloe R 1 0 1 43 43Cunningham Cunningham W P 1 1 1 401 401Herron Herron H 1 1 1 40 40Mitchell Mitchell R W 1 1 1 4K 4KWilliams Williams Rorris 1 1 1 40 Lctourneau n A 1 1 0 37i 37iWilliams Williams W 1 1 37 37Rhoe Rhoe J H 1 0 2 36 36Hrown Hrown 1 J 1 0 1 33 Jamble C J 101 33i 33iLenehan Lenehan C E 101 33 33Leydecker Leydecker P 1 0 1 33 33Buck Buck W A 1 0 0 30i 30iBurton Burton B 10 0 30 30Dtinlaii Dtinlaii A G 1 00 30 30Hiniihy Hiniihy P 1 0 0 30i 30iJones Jones W M 100 3d My Grade won the most races and money horses engaged In the racing of which the 1 ing accounted for 300 or more each Horse HorseMy 1st 2d 3d My Grade 3 0 0 Sentimental 201 Trackstar 201 Babylonian 200 Blanchitu 200 Capers 200 Mildred Euretta EurettaRed 200 Red Post 200 White Crown 110 Bell Scmirrel 120 Diadi 10 1 Redstart 101 Lura Apple Jack Assumption Gilder Miss Sweep Mondainc Peaceful Star Robert L Owen OwenVoormel Voormel Top Rung Flying Frog Hosier Miss Hollaud Mona G Princess Lou The Talker Capitania Cliantour Col Murphy Dr Hall Lady lone Lillian G Nfg Sand River II Satala Sid C Kceuef Ireutino Will Soou W Gargan and W Hinphy tied for the riding ridinghonors honors the following having one or more whining whiningmounts mounts to their credit 4 4Jockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PO POGargan Gargan W 24 7 5 1 11 20 20Hinphy Hinphy W 21 7 2 6 6 33 33Murray Murray J 28 5 3 4 16 18 18Taylor Taylor W 8 5 1 0 2 02 02Ryan Ryan R 14 3 2 3 6 21 211aylor 1aylor C 12 3 0 3 6 25 25Atkinson Atkinson E 17 2 4 4 7 12 12Dennler Dennler II 10 2 3 3 2 20 20Gibson Gibson H 19 2 3 2 12 11 11Smith Smith E 13 2 2 1 8 15 15Uniigel Uniigel L 4 2 0 1 1 50 50Garner Garner H 19 1 5 4 9 05 05Uominick Uominick J 10 1 3 1 5 10 10Foden Foden N 19 12 2 14 05 05Connors Connors J 7 11 1 4 14 14Davis Davis J 7 I 0 1 5 14 14Smith Smith J 10 1 0 1 8 10 10Lasey Lasey A 14 1 0 1 12 07 07Franklin Franklin D 2 1 0 0 1 50 50Bulcroft Bulcroft G 9 1 3 0 5 11 11The The following finished second or third with one oneor or more of their mounts but did not ride a winner winnerJockey Jockey Mts 2d SdUnp SdUnpAnderson Anderson M 10 2 2 6 6Laf Laf forty H T 2 1 4 4Ixjuder Ixjuder D 3 2 0 1 1Finley Finley A 3 1 0 2 2Acton Acton J o 1 1 3 3Moore Moore H 7 1 1 5 5Hileman Hileman E 1 1 Smith T 3 0 2 1 1jchlessinger jchlessinger J 4 0 2 2 2The The following were unplaced with all their mounts Jockey JockeyCollins Mts Jockey Collins J 1 Tryon A Hayward E 1 Taylor X McGaSgan J 1 Fallon M Thomas C P 1 McDerniott R 5 5X X K Moody heads the list of the trainers of vhich the following saddled one or more winners Trainer us Trainer 1 Moody X Ki 5 Dumas J Gargan W 4 Gamble C J Waters T B 4 Hall J A Baldwin J S 3 Hayes L W Mitchell E R RBoyd 3 Herd R II Boyd G 2 Hill A Brown W i Hoppas J E Feeney J J i Jones AV M Holbrook K E 1 Lenchan J D Muckenfuss O t Reddick J Whatley J S Scully R Baker G 1 Trenholme W T Brown J M 1 Wallace E S 1 1Bulcroft Bulcroft A 1 Walsh W 1 1Cunningham Cunningham W P 1 The percentage of winning favorites was just bc ow normal as shown in the subjoined tabulation tabulationf f MI bcr of days 7 7timber timber of races 49 49Vli Vli ling first cho cos 19 19iVh iVh uing second cl oices 16 16iVii iVii iiing outsiders 14 14iVli iVli nlng at odds o i 4 4Hfciited Hfciited at cddso i r ercentage of wim ing choices 3D MY POLICY I get the best information at whatever cost The price does not stop me I am the only advertiser that ever had suffi ¬ cient confidence in himself to give the entire public the opportunity to participate in my mySIX SIX DAYS PREE TRIAL TRIALEnding Ending in a very successful result that inter ¬ ested the entire turf going world it cost me thousands to do it but I made the impossible possible possibleA A TKIPLE EVENT EVENTMy My man at Aqueduct long distanced me Have completed arrangements with right man at Yonkers for Friday July 16 Horse never accomplished anything in public that would make one think this one can win Will place a heavy wager for the right man This horse stepped fiveeighths in better than 101 broke like quarter horse doing the quarter in 22X the onehalf in 47 58 seconds with trainer flagging the boy to take up Any kind of track will suit him Play straight only onlyShortly Shortly afterwards received wire from my Windsor Canada track man for an event also for Friday July 16 saying Have followed your Instructions but must place ail addi ¬ tional wager for interested party Am sure of result Can negotiate any sort of going is in splendid form is at his best wonderful burst of speed likes route been working nicely Positively play straight only onlyLast Last night had long distance from my Chief Trainer also at Windsor saying A brother trainer the smartest in the business is to run his horse on Saturday July 17 at Windsor Will not have to put up a cent Horse worked with stable mate that has been beating Jiiglier class company horse will beat field easily easilyPrice Price of Triple Event 23 for the three horses or 10 for any one horse Remember last Triple Event made hundreds of clients big winners Play these three horses for a Straight Parlay Am most confident of result otherwise would not make proposition of this kind Many bookmakers will dig down deep in their pockets to make good when the three raws are over overThe The abort proposition is entirely separate and distinct from any regular 25 a week one Best Bet a day proposition All my patrons renewed their subscruptious last week weekInformation Information wired 6 A M Wire your money Xo propositions JOHN T 0BRIEN21 E 14th St N Y City YOU CAN some good wagers I have positive information from a Kentucky owner on two horses that will go rain or shine at Windsor meeting odds should be 4 cr 5 to 1 or bettor This is real Information TERMS Winnings of a 25 straight wager on each one Send correct name and address at once whero my telegrams will find you youROY ROY WILLIAMS 1334 West Main St LOUISVILLE KY WINDS O R RACES RACESJ J J SCH REINER REINERAMERICAS AMERICAS PREMIER CLOCKER 30 Years Experience as Trainer Clocker 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