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KEElS RIGHT ON WINNING DONALD MACDONALD SHOWING INVINCIBLE FORM ON CANADIAN CIRCUIT. Tremendous Crowd at Windsor Track Sees Consistent Son of Sombrero Score His Ninth . .. Victory in Ten Starts. | t Detroit, Mich., Ot pi tarter ." . — Donald Macdonald n Wecl to liis laurels tliis afternoon by an impressive victory, carrying i ip weight and making substantial eaacesslona to formidable opponents, pa liis showing this afternoon he raslly takes rank as the top-aotcher ui the Canadian circuit and if he retains liis j li t scut form will lie a aangeroua contender in the jtm.ooo Dominion Handicap to lx run at Fed Erie this full. Todaya race won by liim marked liis ninth victory in ten starts. Everett and Tom Hay-ward opposed him, the rain being responsible for the withdrawal of lift" BhhK and Bean Chilton from CM race. T. Rice sent Donald Macdonald into a BJAad lead from the start, Bad he maintained his advantage all the way. Kverott made several unsuccessful attempts to dislodge Donald Macdonald from the lead during the first three-quarters, but finally succumbed and was forced to devote his attention to saving second place from Tom Hay-ward. The la iter was transferred to J. W. BehOTT B stable just before the race. One of the largest crowds thai lias been seen at the Windsor track witnessed eight splendid contests this afternoon. Nearly all the choices were bowled over. The beat finish of the afternoon came with the running of the Tecumseh Handicap ut three-quarters of a mile, when Gay Fisher, after a sensational stretch sprint, managed to get up to wit: from dying Footsteps. A mild killing was successfully pulled off in the second race with Veneta Stroaae as the medium. She won Imiwesstvely and without much urging. Hash, a stable companion to Donald Macdonald. account d for the riflh race and The Monk figured in a sensational stretch sprint to win his race. The following owners have arranged to ship from here to Montreal at the conclusion of the Windsor meeting: George CornaeH. with the Qutacy Stable; .1. W. Flyim. Clint De Witt. Henry McDaniel. Court-land II. Smith. Herman ninprn. Carter Hall. R. J. Mackenzie. Abe Carson. .lames IfcLatlghlin. Jr.. O. .1. Murray, M. c. Prltchard, A. Scott Ives. Prank Light foot , E. W. HclTner, John Dower-., with the Schreiber and McDonald strings; .1. W. Schorr, E. M. Mitchell, J. H. Lamb and M. Burns. Henry Me Daniel will split his stable, half of them going to Toronto. Other owners who will ship to the latter I k i i ■ t ate: Richard E. Watkins. D. Brazil, Valley Farm Stable and A. O Weston. On Tuesday next the following will ship to Louisville: Francis .1. Pons. L. Johnson. T. Hatfield. John Walters and "Tex" Eormau. assort palled 1 1 1 » lame this motniag and was ex-i iiarn from starting in the seeaad race. Joekey Adams was among the arrivals from Saratoga and will ride for S. A. Clopton daring the remainder of the Canadian raring season. I.ouis Mart inc. owner of Grasinere. Scribe and others, fell and broke a leg while boarding the train at Saratoga for Detroit. Thirty-three bookmakers cut in this afternoon, which is a record number for the present meeting. The newcomers w ere Charlie Bowman, c. winters of St. Louis and J. Iphoff. Bookmakers Izzy Howard and Fred Cook will leave for p. nver next Tuesday. They will biK k at the Overland lark meeting. W. R. Norveii has been appointed raring secretary for the meeting to be held at DaaTerln Park, Toronto. About seventy-live horses will be shipped from here to the Toronto track, among them a division of Henry M Daniels stable. Jockey Rstep. who came here to ride for Richard K. Watkins. left this morning for Baltimore, when lie will join his contract employer. J. I". Sherman. Estop was set down twice by the starter here and rode ouly two days. A carload of horses vent to Kalamazoo to take part in the running races that will be given there next week. J. 1. Houstnaus Great Jubilee was among the number. Condiiion hooks for the Marlboro meeting were distributed among tie- boraeaaea at Windsor this afteriMOU. A. K. Blrod. Charles O. Smith. Claude L. Jones and C. II. Colby, who are interested in the Marlboro meeting, are here. John Harhmelster reports a record number of entries for the stakes to be run at the Latonia fall meeting. All of the eastern owners racing here entered liberally.