Polly Prim Runs the Mile in 1:38: New Track Record for Kenilworth-Bullman and Walsh Part Company, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-20


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p N i p p. w tl 11 a a lo j j y j j , j ,. j : t POLLY PRIM RUNS THE MILE IN 1:38. New Track Record for Kenilworth Bullman and Walsh Part Company. Buffalo, N. Y., July 1!. J. R. Wainwrights four-year-old filly. Tolly Prim, established a new track record for one mile when she won the seventh race in 1:38 at Kenilworth this afternoon. Polly Prim was ridden by Shilling and carried 99 pounds. She made a, great stretch run. Wearing George S. Davis down she got up in the last few strides and won by a head. The pace throughout was terrific, the first half mile being run in -1" and the six furlongs 1:112. George S. Davis led from the start and when well inside tlie final furlong appeared to have the race won. Swain, however, was unable lo keep him straight and he took a tiling swerve over to the inside fence. This beat him. .Missouri Lad was third, after closing a tremendous gap. This horse has been rested up and is at his very best just now. He is certain hold his own In ordinary company at Saratoga, where lie will be shipped together with Fred Cooks other horses Monday. Jockey Rullnian and J. J. Walsh have parted. There are some differences about money matters between Pullman and Walsh, each claiming that he has been mistreated. The case has been laid before the stewards for settlement. Jockeys A. Rrown and J. Hennessy were fined 0 each by the starter for disobedience while at the post iu the second race. W. Jennings has engaged jockey Lee to ride Cave Adsnni in the Canadian Derby. " Nicol will have the mount on Ellieott. J. Healy has sold Avannleer lo Mode Nicol. The price paid was ,000. Healy will ship the remainder of his string to New York Monday. Thomas Carner, an apprentice under contract to Maurice Welsh, was taken ill yesterday and had to be removed to the general hospital this afternoon. W. P. Frazcr, secretary of the Ontario Jockey Club, James E. Seagram, president of the club and Dr. Smith, chairman of the executive committee, were here today. Mr. Frazer was busy distributing stake blanks among the horsemen. The Ontario Jockey Club offers an attractive list of fixtures for its fall meeting. John Hachiueister was a visitor at Kenilworth this afternoon. Tod Cella is also here trying to pick them from the ground.

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