Photographer Is A Crack: Gallantly Wins The Seagram Cup Under Heavy Weight And Proves Game.; Favorites Rule at Toronto--Avondale and Edenwold Yearlings Sell Well--Civill Gets Creel Back from Garth., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-02


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PHOTOGRAPHER IS A CRACK GALLANTLY WINS THE SEAGRAM CUP UNDER HEAVY WEIGHT AND PROVES GAME Favorites Rule at Toronto Avondalo and Edemvold Yearlings Sell Well Civill Gets Creel CreelBack Back from Garth 1 Toronto Ont June 1 Adam Becks Canadhiu bred Photographer picked up 133 pounds and wen the Seagram Cup a heavyweight handicap and the fea ¬ ture race of the card ottered Ontario Jockey Club patrons at Wotxlbine Park this afternoon Photo ¬ grapher was ridden by Harry and on his showing clearly demonstrated that he is one of the best horses ever foaled in the Dominion On the opening day of the meeting in the inaugural dash he beat a field of the best sprinters racing here and In his next two starts he showed that he is equally as good over a long route by beating the pick of the longdistance horses on the ground groundThe The tabled history of the Seagram Cup is given below Year Winner A Wt Jockey Val Time 1 03 Easy Street 4 117 Hoar 480150 4801501SKI1 1SKI1 Nameoki 110 II Michaels 450140 450140lOor lOor Clias KIwood5 114 Koinanelli 5GO 153 1000 Moonraker 4 117 K Walsh SOO 150 1007 Picaroon 5 122 Nicol 855 l40g l40g100S 100S Photographer 4 133 Harty 900 14 4 4Five Five of the six races were won by the favorites and this meant that the layers suffered heavy losses lossesBefore Before the races a sale of yearlings the output of the Avondale and Hdcnwold Studs was held In the paddock William Easton conducted the sale which was under the auspices of the FaslgTiplon Company It was the first time that this company had ever held a sale in the Dominion and it was the lirst time that the Canadians had ever had an op portunjty of listening to Mr Eastons persuasive voice when it came to selling a race horse Tin sale was held before a notable gathering amonj those present being Karl Gray Lady Sibyl Grey and Major Foxhall Daingertield There worn a number of ladies present and the sale was some ¬ thing in the nature of a society affair The stock offered reached pood prices The twentytwo head sold brought SS75 A full sister to Notasulga by The Commoner Touch Not brought top price J Crooks paying 000 for her herA A protest lodged by P M Civill that Woods Garth was not entitled to claim Creel out of a race in which Civill bid up Lady Isabel was sustained by the stewards today and rth was ordered to return the horse to Civill Civill lodged his claim on the ground that Garth was not an authorized agent for Mr Ross and upon investigation this was found to be correct correctA A G Weston received word this afternoon of the death of Mrs R T Wilson Sr and he scratched the two horses owned by R T Wilson Jr which he had entered in tomorrows races racesThe The riding of jockey Mulcahy was so displeasing to the Messrs Ilcndric owners of the Valley Farm Stable that thev have decided that in future they will dispense with Mulcahys services Jockey T Ulce had the mount on all of the Ilcndric horses to ¬ day

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