The Turk Withers Winner: W. S. Fanshawes Colt Takes Important Three-Year-Old Fixture, Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-22


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THE TURK WITHERS WINNER W. S. FANSHAWES COLT TAKES IMPORTANT THREE-YEAR-OLD FIXTURE. Jockey Butv.i 11 Taken to Task by Trainer James Rowe for Faulty Handling of Grasmere, the Favorite — Hildieth Adds to His Stable. New York. May 21. — W. K. Fanshawe. who races under lie nam.- ni the Silver Him.k Farm, was winner ui the Wither- with his good Heiio Graiclle enlt. The Turk, at Belmont Park t.Hlav. Prince Imperial was « .lose second all J James R. Kcenes nraaaaere was tl M The rare was run over ■ track that was mml-lv :unl holding and the time. 1:40. was IMMTkaM] gaud. The lurk Ion -Ill all the pace and MM on n s..|utel when called upon in the dual 1 lulling. Prince Imperial, just when he seemed l« h:ive a wiuiuni: chance in the last furlong, swerved under the whip ami was shortening his stride at the • nil. Giasuu ■!•••. rated in the early stages, was lushed through mi the rail half u mile from the tinish and t! is move look so niui-Ii out of hiui that he was .milting badly at the end. After the race trainer .lames |mn severely criticised jockey but-well I . .j making his move loo soon. The Laureate went to August Belmonts Babbler, whi.ii outlasted Novelty in a Ion;; drive. Babbler was lavon-d by the going and her race was an impressive one. It was a two horse race all Hie way. The tallied history of the Laureate Stakes since IMItt is shown U-iow : liar. Winner. W». Jockey. Val. Time. 1000 BonniU-rt 110 Odom ,015 :5!M 1001 Ootn Paul lor Henrv l.HOr. 1:01 1002 Charles Elwood...11S Wonderlv .. 2.075 :5»i loo.i Boxwood ll.i Odom . . 2.K50 :597 15*M Soug and Wine... 125 Redfem ... 2.505 :.TM UMK Ponrhyn 11» Shaw 2.40O l:i 1 IMS Okenite 113 ir.-nltke 2.075 :59 10O7 Frizctte 117 W. Miller. ::.425 loos Melisaude lo7 Notler 2.885 :50 liNd Wal.l.i 120 Nieid 1.025 1:01 MM Hahhlor 112 E. Dugan .. 2..T75 I:S*f The Whitney Memorial Steeidecliase was something or a fan-e. only Sir W-ooater and Agent going to the post. Sir Woostcr made all the pace and was cantering in front when he fell six jumps from the tinish. J-.ikev Lynch escaped unhurt. The tabled history of the Whitney Memorial Steeplechase is as follows: Viar. Winner. A.Wi. Joekev. Val Time. 1«|05 Good ic Plenty. ." Rav 0,050 4:4s; MSS Gaad k MS Kav 7.50O 5::!7 MM T. S. Martin.. .4 142 Dupee 7.500 5:24 l!KtS John M. I* Jt Iff! Doiinhue .. 5.200 5:44 l!MKt Sir Windier 5 15*. Davidson . 720 5:34 l.HO Agent S Mi Kelleher ... KC5 5:4.1 Aldrlau made his first a«i earance for 1*. S. 1*. Randolph and won the opening dash easily after Frank Mullens lan out mi the stretch turn. Cohort took another purse and ImiIIi T.iIxk. and Dsndv Dixon heat B-rkeley. favorite in Hie dosing race. The crowd was the largest since the opening of the New York season. B-fore the races S. c. Hidreth l ouglit Noveltv and Hampton Court Irom John E. Madden, and hoth ratted in his colors. The Beverwyck St a tile claimed K.l Hall for 1910.sh40. tiiul Mis. 11. 11. Selhv claimed Tonv Bonero for S1.240. II. G. Iiedwill claimed Berkclev for ,050 in retaliation for the loss of Kd Hall.

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