Cave Adsum Outstays Clell Turney: Hamilton Races Attract a Big Crowd despite it Being an off Day, Daily Racing Form, 1908-10-03


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CAVE AD SUM OUTSTAYS CLELL TURNEY. Hamilton Races Attract a Bis Crowd Despite It Beinsr an Off Day. JIUUiltou Out.. October 2. The card provided by the Hamilton Jockey Club this afternoon was not - up io those offered during the previous days of the meetings This, however, was to be expected, as ; Friday is usually considered an off day with race-golnjr folks. The feature race of the program was a 1 nlle and a half dash in which the Ontario Jockey Olub CiP winner. Cave Adsuui. was making his Hint appearauce of the meeting. With the exception - of Clcll Tumey, Cave Adsum met and defeated I in his previous race the same horses he was meeting today. There was, however, a big difference in the weight allotment, some of the others getting in at a much lighter impost; Give Adsum picked up a potiud. Nicol. who rode him in his cup victory. Mad the mount again today and rode him with excellent judgment. Clcll Turney had worked so well for the race that his owner. Amos Turney. thought She colt a sure thing and so advised his friends, riell Turner ran a cracking geod race, but was not ewnal to the task of beating Cave Adsum. Nicol permitted the Turney colt to go to the front and make the pace for. a mile and a quarter, but when strai-litened out for the stretch run iu the secoud time around ho went after the leader and, passing Mn In the final furlong, was going away at the fc!Mh. In his present form Cave Adsum will be a "Flnnl horse to beat over a long distance of ground. "lie will be shipped to Baltimore at the conclusion of tho present meeting and raced at Pimlico. The attendance was surprisingly large and speculation brisk. Tho Toronto Special, which usually arrives at 2:15, was delayed en route and this was rOfponsiblo for tho first race being held back twentr minutes. This, together with delays at the Dost iu ji counlo of the races, dragged the 6port out until darkness hud almost sot in. Despite tho fact that our favorites won. the layers probably quit with a iiftlanco on the- right side, us several heavily backed torsos, eunposod to be good things in their races, -wero beaten. Ajnong them wore Chnlfonte. Infanta. Sister Phyllis. Clell Turney. Red Mimic and Black- fellFour of the finishes were of the driving order and Jin, some of them the winners were iu doubt until the f to 1 . j f 1 I 1 numbers were displaved. Sal Volatile9 victory over ri Ilanbrldge in the third race came only after a a desperate struggle in which the shortest of margins 1: separated the pair at the end. It was Impossible a an tell which Had won from the grandstand and to w many It appeared like a dead heat. Sal Volatilea e dispiav of courage was a real surprise. She stood a b by drive for a furlong, something unusual for her. William Shields found It necessary to scratch his o of recent purchase, Dennis Stafford, out of the seventh u raee. The colt was found to be suffering from the 1 skin disease which has been prevalent on the Cana- h dian circuit this season. .... ... Superstition, the crack sprinter m the lnee stable, h is down with a slight, fever. He will be shipped, t together with the other horses which II. A. lioal c is training, to Baltimore. ... J. V. Bnrttschell. I. M. Civill and P. knebel- a kamp have arranged to ship their stables from here li to Dallas some day next; week. Civill will dispose t of the horses he is now racing when he reaches o Texas. , , a Doe" Pangritz and jockey Kennedy leave tonmr- v row night for Louisville. Many of tho big stables racing here contemplate shipping to I.atonia in the event of the books being nut on there this fall. Garrett Wilson, a notoriously bad actor, which was responsible for breaking un the start in the fifth r race, has been placed on tie schooling list. v

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