Carman Success Continues: New Yorker Keeps on Scoring Doubles at Blue Bonnets, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-16


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CARMAN SUCCESS CONTINUES NEW YORKER KEEPS ON SCORING DOUBLES AT BLUE BONNETS. Semprolus Wins Stake for Him and Bonnie Kelso Beats Band of Selling Platers — Busy a Winner at Odds of 1 to 20. Montreal. Que.. Septemlier 15. — Richard F. Carman, whs has been playing an important part in the Montreal Jockey Clubs fall meeting, continued his success by scoring another double at Blue Bonnets this afternoon pith Bonnie Kelso and Semprolus. During the first five days of the meeting the Carman colors have finished in front in nine of the races, a remarkable record. Bonnie Kelso and Semprolus won their races in easy fashion. The former beat an indifferent lot in tin? mile and a quarter dash, while the victory of Semprolus caine with the running of the Hocholaga Handicap, one of the annual fixtures at Blue Bonnets. Semprolus shouldered 12t! powads in this race, conceding: as much as thirty pounds to some of bis opponents. Class, who had the mount, was evidently given instructions not to make any mistakes, for be rushed Semprolus into a good lead soon after the start aud. rounding the turn into the homestretch, increased his advantage to half a dozen lengths. At the end he had the colt well in hand and led the Schorr filly. Edda. by a couple of lengths. The three-quarters of a mile was run in 1:12ft a good performance for a two-year-old with his weight up, and only one-fifth of a second slower than the track record. There were nine starters and the field was pretty well strung out at the finish. Melton Street, from the Mackitizie stahie. came from last plnre in the stretch and. closing with a great hurst of spaed, just failed to get some of the money. Tlic Hocholaga Handicap was instituted iu HK 8. Its history follows: Year. Winner. Wt. Joc-kev. Val. Time. 100S Bits. Harwood. . .IDS V. Powers.. , :!40 1:00* 1!H! Chief Kee lOo J. Lee 095 1:201 v 1111 Semprolus 12 j J. Glass... 1,230 lTjij Distance 1-2 furlongs in 1908, 7-8 mile in 1900 and 3-4 in 1910. Bonnie Kelso was a 1 to 2 favorite in his race and won in a canter by live lengths. Busy, which cantered home in front of a nondescript lot in the sixth raee. which called for starters to be owned in the Province of Quebec, was probably the short- . eat -priced favorite that has won in Canada in a long while. Busy outcdassed his company to such an extent that 1 to 20 was the ruling quotation at the opening and 1 to 13 at the close. Busy was under wraps the entire trip and had a five-lengths lead at the finish. Jockey Hfldie Dugaa rode his first winner at the meeting on Royal onyx in the seventh race. J. Wilson and Class each piloted two winners. The former, who is under the management of Joseph Mo Lennait, representative of the Canadian Racing Associations, is becoming one of the popular riders on the circuit. Wilson is not under contract to anyone? here, as has been erroneously reported. C. S. Wilson claims a contract on the lad and the matter will lie panned on at the next meeting of the Canadian Racing Associations, which will he held in Toronto next Friday. Preparatory to a winters campaign at Jacksonville John W. BChorr is reducing his stable. He dismissed of Silverine and Paul Davis to Carter Hall today. It is the hitters intention to school both horses through the field with the idea of making steeplechasers of them. Rio Grande, owned by K. T. Dawes, has been transferred to the care of John Shields. T. K. Mannix and William Mielgley will ship the Hyinan ami Glial horses from here to Baltimore at the conclusion of the Blue Bonnets meeting, Charles Hughes, who his been training what horses Henry Ziegler. of Cincinnati, has been racing during tlie past few years, is a visitor at Blue Bonnets. Mr. Hughes may go abroad to train for a prominent owner in German] next season. Joseph A. Martin, of the Niagara Racing Association, who has been a daily visitor at Blue Bonnets, le-tt for Buffalo tonight. No decision has as yet been made in regard to the weights announced for the 0,000 Dominion Handicap, but the general impression is that they will stand as Bade by Hattdl-eapper Maginn. W. G. Kiag-Dodds was called to Toronto this morning on account ot the serious illness of his father, A. King-Dodda, Who is reported to be iu a precarious condition. The latter was for many years editor and publisher Of the Canadian Sportsman and is held in high regard by the turfmen iu this country. A. Ityment. one of the directors or the Canadian National Bureau of Breeding and a prominent turfman in the Dominion, was a visitor at the local course, this afternoon. Child Kee. which will carry lop weight in the Far1 e»r Derby Cup on Saturday, worked a mile and a half this morning in 2:35, with we ight up.

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