Windsors Banner Meeting: Big Crowd Witnesses The Running Of Seven Well Contested Races.; Richard Reed Wins the Detroit Selling Stakes in Easy Fashion--Jersey Ladys Owner Ruled Off--Half-Mile Track Racing Averted., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-19


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WINDSORSBAfflER MEETING BIG CROWD WITNESSES THE RUNNING OF SEVEN WELL CONTESTED RACES Richard Reed Wins the Detroit Selling Stakes in inEasy Easy Fashion Jersey Ladys Owner Ruled Off HalfMile Track Racing Averted Detroit Mich July IS A large halfholiday at ¬ tendance witnessed seven well contested races of which tlie Detroit Stakes for twoyearolds at live and a Irilf furlongs was tlie chief offering Tim latter carried a net value of 1150 to the winner and was taken in easy style by Itichard Reed favor ¬ ite Hawksfliglit in a hard drive landing second olaco fro u the poorly ridden Alice The race de ¬ veloped confident plunge on the Madigan entry the owners commission being probably one of tlie largest 1 has wagered in these parts Leonard the depe deuce of the entry gave encouragement by stayii g closely will Itichard Beed early but fired aft r going a quarter and was ultimately beiten off offThe The condensed history of the Detroit Selling Stakes is given below Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 190r Ohiyesa 113 I Austin 1150 101 190C Charlie Gilbert 114 1 Fcley 1150 100 J 1907 Anoura 9 G Swain 115J 101 101190S 190S Bithard Heed IOC V Powers 1150109 Fiveeighths 1150109Fiveeighths mile in 1905 liKMi and 1907 1907Reidmoore Reidmoore and Ilolselier a pair of representatives from W Shields stable showed splendid perform ¬ ances and won their respective races with whirlwind rushes that enabled them to get up in the closing strides Holscher appeared a forlorn hope after going a quarter as lie was a distant last but after going a half he moved up rapidly despite going wide and gaining steadily in the stretch won In the last stride But for the excessive use that Polly Prim was put to in the first threequarters she would have beaten Beidmoore in the handicap Meeting handicapMeeting no mishaps today Waterway was clearly best in the steeplechase and showed It by winning1 as his rider pleased from Lights Out and Bilberry Manzano ridden by Mr Kerr came to grief at the seventh hedge and the rider was severely shaken up upBelmere Belmere was the mcuinm of a plunge and was the easiest winner of the afternoon afternoonThe The threatened danger to racing in Canada by the opening of the halfmile track opposite Windsor was averted by the prompt action of Messrs Farmer and Hendrie in successfully closing a deal this afternoon with promoter Joe James for the plot of ground that the track was being built en Immediately on sign Ing the transfer papers work on the track was promptly suspendedTlie suspended Tlie judges this afternoon concluded their Investi ¬ gation into the inconsistent running of the filly Jersey Lady and handed down the following ruling rulingFor For practices prejudicial to the best interests of the turf W F Mathews and the mare Jersey Lady are ruled off the turf W O Joplin is denied all privileges including admission to the grounds of the association No further entries of the horses Bio Grande Nasturtia Adrian Miss Shannon and Lionel will be accepted until a bona fide sale of them is standingThe made to some one In good standing The ruling was signed by Judges Murphy and Nel ¬ son sonExjockey Exjockey H Phillips who campaigned a string at the defunct Denver meeting arrived tcnlay at Windsor with several of his horses including Han ¬ cock cockEl El Dorado which was badly cut down in hi3 start yesterday sustained graver injuries than was at first thought and will probably not face the starter again againII II Flippen has purchased the green jumper Chan ¬ cellor

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