Makes it Five Straight: Donald Macdonald Wins Stake Feature of the Windsor Program, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-22


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MAKES IT FIVE STRAIGHT DONALD MACD0NALD WINS STAKE FEATURE OF THE WINDSOR PROGRAM. S. A. Clopton Meeting with Marked Success in Canada — J. W. Burttschell Scores a Double with Fort Worth and Cooney K. Detroit. Mich., July 21.— 8. A. Clopton, who la culting quite a swath on the Canadian turf lust at present, added to his list of successes, the Windsor Stakes, which the greatly improved Donald Mac-donald won in runaway fashion this afternoon. The hone scored in easy fashion, setting a fast pace all the way and running in close to track record time for the distace. He was heavily supiKirted by the public, who profited handsomely over his victory. It was the fifth straight victory that Donald Mac-donald has scored. J. Henry, who had the mount on Donald Macdonald, also won with Fort Worth. Cooney K. ami Ferrand Cecilian. The first mimed two came from J. W. BurttscheHs stable, ami it marked the first double victory of the Burttschell colors in some time. A surprisingly large crowd turned out, the attendance being equal in point of numtiers to that of opening day. Speculation was heavy and the thirty-two layers were kept pretty busy all afterinxin. Only three of the eight favorites scored and M layers found business profitable. The present meeting is by far the most successful ever given at this track and will show a handsome profit for the club. Howlet. which was shipped from Fort Erie on Tuesday, beat a big band of maidens in the second race, which he won by a neck from Mapleton. Frank Llghtfoot, whs a few seasons back trained Ostrich and New York, profited handsomely over Ilowlets success. The biggest disappointment of the afternoon came with the running of the third race, iu which Cruche dOr was an odds-on favorite. The Seagram mare was never able to get to the front and was beaten half a dozen lengths by Ta Nun Da. Homer H. Selliy is the latest to annouiice his retirement from the turf. His entire stable will bo disposed of in the paddock on Saturday. Richard E. Wafkius will ship the horses be 13 racing here to Saratoga at the conclusion of the present meeting. T. P. Hayes. John ■ Walters and Hal Woodfords horses will remain at Windsor until the second meeting. They have been raced quite a bit at the Kentucky tracks and will be freshened for the fall campaign. Tom Hatfield has decided to start both Pinkola anil Friend Harry in the 0,000 Dominion Handicap at Fort Erie on July .TO. He has engaged jockey Warren to ride Pinkola and Musgrave will pilot Friend Hc.rry. Jockey J. Howards application to the Canadian Racing Associations for permission to ride as a free laneo was turned down at the recent meeting of that organization and Howard will be permitted to ride only for his employer here. Fiances J. Pons has wired trainer Westmoreland to ship Font to Fort Erie. The latter is all extra good mud runner and will be held in reserve for heavy going. Lady Irmas victory in the Pontchartrain Stakes yesterday and Donald Macdonalds in the Windsor Stakes this afternoon places S. A. Clopton at the head of winning owners for the meeting. J. S. OWnhejr has purchased the sprinter Blags and the horse ran in his name and colors this afternoon. lliirty-two liookmakers quoted odds today, Alex Landry of Montreal being an addition. There is some talk of holding a four-days fair at the Windsor Driving Park this fall ami the city council has donated for prizes. There was only one scratch in the eight races today. Very Royal being the one that was withdrawn. Jockey J. Wilson was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by " the starter for disobedience at the pdst. A fine of 5 was also imposed by the judges for Wilsons refusal to fill his engagement to ride Eulalia May in the second race. Sig broke down during the running of the seventh race and Amos Turney will donate him to the Canadian Breeding Bureau.

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