Canadian Owners Thriving At Toronto.: Take Five Out of Seven Races, Including the Richest Event of the Day., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-05


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CANADIAN OWNERS THRIVING AT TORONTO Take Five Out of Seven Races Including the Rich ¬ est Event of the Day Toronto Out June 4 Canadian owners were very much in evidence t Woodbine this afternoon five of the seven winners being furnished by local men Two of these winners bore the colors of Jo ¬ seph 12 Seagram Seismic which captured the Kings Plate on the opening day winning the Stan ¬ ley Produce Stakes while Sir Galahad won the Na ¬ tional Cluli purse a selling race at one mile and a sixteenth The conditions of the Stanley Product Stakes are patterned after the Futurity It is the richest event for Dominionbreds outside of the Kings Plate and is a prize eagerly sought after by Canadian turfmen Seismic todays winner showed himself to be a good colt He conceded Shlmonese twenty pounds in actual weight and beat her out in a canter canterThe The tallied history of the Stanley Produce Stakes Year Winner 1100 The Provost 1101 John Ruskin 1102 Red Robe 100 Ayrshire 1904 War Whoop IDOr Inferno lHi Slaughter 100T Sea Wall 1JOS Seismic Jockey Val ValBallard Ballard 1440 1440Vititoe Vititoe 1140 1140Blake Blake l58r Monroe 1180 1180Romanelli Romanelli 1 00 J Walsh 2255 2255Troubel Troubel 200 200McDaniel McDaniel 20SO C II Shillg 2025 A majority or uc races lurnisiieti keen nnisiics the winners in four of them being forced to stand long bard drives to win by small margins Only two favorites won Seismic and Gold Note being the successful choices The races were run over a track that was at its best and before one of the largest meetingIn crowds of the meeting In the opening race Guarda fell just as she was making the turn into the homestretch and Magenta which was a distant trailer tumbled over her Fortunately neither of the riders was injured al ¬ though Hatchett who had the mount on Magenta was knocked out for a time timeJ J W May won his first purse at the meeting when Please captured the opening race after leading her opponents from end to end endThe The first disqualification of the meeting came with the running of the second race a twoyearold dash In which fifteen horses went to the post Sight tut winner vhicli ran in the colors of Bnrlew ONeill cut across lit front jUaL befbfe iiiiiRing iite turn into the homestretch seriously interfering with Chipmunk and causing Shilling to pull him up The latter never made an effort after the interfer ¬ ence and at the finish he had the Thomas colt under restraint The stewards besides taking the race away from Sight and fining Hice 50 for foul riding also fined Shilling 50 for not riding Chipmunk out outDcnham Dcnham winner of the fifth race pulled up lame and a report from his stable was that the colt had broken down Deiiham was the fastest sprinter ever foaled in Canada and In some of his races lie showed sensational speed He ran a mile at Fort Erie last year in 1SS 1SSS S C Hildreth wired for jockey Dave Nicol to come to Gravesend to ride Montgomery in a stake on Saturday Nicol was unable to go as he has made arrangements to ride in three stakes at Wood ¬ bine on that day He is riding in great form just now and had seven mounts this afternoon afternoonSeveral Several stables were shipped to Montreal tonight among them those of Maurice Walsh J W Burtt schell James Boden M L llayman and Burlew ONeill James McLaughlln ships his stable to ¬ morrow night and K L Thomas Woods Garth and P M Civill ship Saturday night In all about 1500 horses will ship from here to Montreal MontrealChristopher Christopher Fitzgerald will hand out a ruling in the Montelair case tomorrow and it is uuderstixid that it will lie a sensational one At least two owners and one jockey will come in for official cen ¬ sure Jockey Bergen Jeft tonight for New York

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