Western Horse is Winner: Hanbridge Beats Stanley Fay and Apache in Mt. Vernon Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-31


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WESTERN HORSE IS WINNER HANBRIDGE BEATS STANLEY FAY AND APACHE IN MI. VERNON HANDICAP. Round the World Takes Demoiselle Stakes by Narrow Margin Over Horiron — Hildreth Horses Shipped to Saratoga Springs. Now York. July 30.— II a nb ridge was an easy winner f the lit. Vernon Handicap this afternoon from Stanley Fay and Apache. Rated in the early stages he went to the front easily when called on on the baekstretch and the result was never afterwards in doubt. Stanley Fay was handicapped slightly from the fact that the track was slow from early morning rains and to finish in the dace he had to run a game race. Kings Daughter, the one to make the early pace, weakened badly and it was Apache that took third money. S. C. Hildreth scrafched both Kostigouehe and Firestone, bavins; shipped his string to Saratoga during the afternoon. Others that declined the issue were Magazine, Melisaude and Faunthroy. The companion feature to the Mt. Vernon was the Demoiselle Stakes, which wont to W. G. Yaukes Hound the World, the filly that was shipped back here from Saratoga for the running. She was the shortest-priced winner of the day and scored by only a narrow margin. She showed wonderful speed in the early stages, but was Willing at the end and Herbert, a ho rode her. finally went from a pull to a drive. In the last furlong the filly stumbled badly and she was all hut caught by It. F. Carmans Horizon, the one that raced second all the way. Close finishes prevailed. Sal Volatile scoring by a nose, while Question Mark figured in a close fit with The Peer. J. H. Marquette. Jr.. announced today that before the races on Wednesday he would disiwse of all his horses at public auction. Fitz Herbert will be a starter in the Saratoga Handicap Thursday. Ho was shipped to the Spa from Fort Krie when it was found that the Canadian meeting had l ecu i ost|K ncd. and should arrive at Saratoga tonight. Staic was claimed out of the first race by George Griot lor .xo.

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