Martin Doyle Stars At Montreal.: Takes the Feature Race in Which Kings Daughter Is an Unplaced Favorite., Daily Racing Form, 1908-09-03


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MARTIN DOYLE STARS AT MONTREAL Takes the Feature Race in Which Kings Daughter Is an Unplaced Favorite Montreal One September 2 Todays handicap at a mile In which the best horses on the grounds con ¬ tested resulted in a victory for Martin Doyle the top weight over the lightly weighted Czar after a spirited struggle in which the Grillin threeyearold acquitted himself with great credit and finished wearing Martin Doyle down so steadily as to warrant the belief that he would have won with fifty yards further to travel Lawrence I Daley was a g d third The disappointment of the race was Kings Daughter On the strength of lier splendid races at Fort Erie she was thought to have the purse safe and was promptly installed the favorite and accorded confident support Whatever chance she might have had was spoiled by the poor ride she received from F Burton in addition to suffering from much in ¬ terference terferenceThe The steeplechase that followed the handicap was one of the beMt ever witnessed in these parts Kssex II and Ell running and fencing as a team over the first ten obstacles Ell then drew out at the clev with fence and had comparatively an easy time or ii thVrvafter Essex II was the ehoice Hid might have won but for grabbing and almost tearing off the quarter on Ills nigh foreleg Null Blanche had little or no opposition from Giencastle after the hitters rider had lost his stirrup stirrupJockey Jockey Powers skillful riding was responsible for Joe Gaitens victory lit the opening race The CiUmi colt was in tight quarters during the stretch run but under a hard drive he managed to shoulder Jolly away from the inner rail in time to soueeze through and get the verdict by a nose from Aralla the lat ¬ ter being a similar distance in advance of Jolly Xipango JollyXipango and Tom Dolan the latter running for the first time in the colors of J W May furnished all the winningSixteen contention In the second race Zipango winning Sixteen poor racers constituted the field in the third race and Cloistcress probably the smallest racer on the ground proved an easy winner over Niblick NiblickJames James McLaughlin took the first purse since his arrival when Arondack managed to get home in front in the closing race a small margin in front of Mabel HenryThe Henry The stewards sharply cautioned all the riders against rough riding and gave them to understand that it would be severely punished Todays punishedTodays visitors Included Luke D Stnplcton a prominent New York nominee for a Supreme Court judgeship John Hudson and Daniel Mullin K C CMose Mose Goldblatt arrived today from New York and stated that he iad about concluded negotiations with Burlew ONeill for the transfer of Chapul tepec If the horse becomes the property of Gold ¬ blatt he will be shipped here to fulfill his stake en ¬ gagements gagementsJockey Jockey iMusgrave was fined 25 by the starter for disobedience at the iK st stTod Tod Cella in charge of the L A Cella string of racers now liere received word this morning that Divorcee had died at Fort Erie and that Irrigator was In a serious condition conditionDan Dan Donnelly Frank Eckert Charles Kline and Sam Frank members of the Mets reinforced the iKwkmaking ranks this afternoon and quoted prices pricesFormer Former Bookmaker Klondyke Allenben Is trying to imitate Tony Licalzi and H Michaels who made fortunes in the fruit business and today securetl the fruit stand privileges here hereAlgernon Algernon Dalngerficld telegraphed here requesting that jockey Simmons be stopped from accepting any more mounts on account of running away from his former contract employer II Dioguardi

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