Everett Wins the Whirl: Quincy Stables Colt in Thrilling Finish with Cherryola and Starbottle, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-30


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EVERETT WINS THE WHIRL QUINCY STABLES COLT IN THRILLING FINISH WITH CHERRYOLA AND STARBOTTLE. Bad Start Robs Handicap at Yonkers of Interest and Explanation Is Required of Jockey Shilling for Fulling Up Rose Queen. NiK York. July 20. — BlMetl was winner of the Whirl Stakes, todays feature at Yonkers. in a rat-fling finish with CBjerryeta and Starliottlc. August Belmonts starter. Schoolmarni, making her tirst appearance in Ike colors of James Batter, made all the early pace and jockey Archibald made the mistake of sending Starltottle after her too early in the rare. At the head of the stretch he had gone Into a lead of two lengths, bat the effort to catch Scbool-marin left him little with which to finish, and he was lieaten home in a sensational drive with Kverett and Iherryola. The history of the Whirl Stakes Is as follows: Year. Winner. Wt. Jockev. Val. Time. l»OK ;old. u learl 121 J. Butler.. .83,045 1:421 lotto Arondaek 112 McCahev s7o 1:40?. 1910 Kverett 117 McCahey .. 1,158 1:40 A had start in the sprint handicap robliod that rate of its interest. Hose Qaeea ami Btherlel got away so badly as to have no chance, and lackey Shilling pulled up the mare and only cantered after her opponents. Campeon was the winner after chasing Daiiticld. the early pacemaker, and Nimbus easily beat th:ipultepee for the place. Another upset came in the second race when Planter, the favorite, ran away three eighths before the race. In the running he made an excellent showing to linish second to The Follies, hut the runaway had its effect when he was driven out la the last furlong. Mr. Co-, lightly was a winner at good odds, while Noon and Big Stick Beared in the other two races. After the aortal handicap. Jockey Shilling was called into the stand to explain why he did not go on with Rose Queen. He said that the til ly was so hopelessly out of the race that he saw no reason tor punishing her and his explanation was accepted. Jockey A. Wal-h was suspended for the rest of the meeting for unruly actions at the i ost on Bourdon Beau. Louis Feustel. who is handling the Belmont horsos at Yonkers. will ship them to Saratoga tomorrow.

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