Another Whitney Juvenile Wins.: Albert Simons Doing Well at Norfolk with Brookdale-bred Youngsters., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-05


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ANOTHER WHITNEY JUVENILE WINS Albert Simons Doing Well at Norfolk with Brook dalebred Youngsters Norfolk Va April 4 Stirring finishes were the order at the Jamestown Jockey Clubs course this afternoon The last four races found the lead ¬ ers engaged in hard drives and winning by small1 margins Secretary MeLennan sticceeed In bringing together well matched fields in all but one case and the task of selecting winners proved a difficult proposition for the public Palanquin at 1 to I and Cherryola at even money were the winning fa ¬ vorites voritesMr Mr Simons saddled another winner when ho sent Palanquin to the post in the second race Palanquin lagain showed a high flight of speed leading his op ¬ ponents from the rise of the harrier and toating Votes the second horse a length and a half halfMoore Moore Johnson a skillful young western trainer who is racing in the ast this season for the first time divided honors with Albert Simons by saddling a couple of winners in Coeur dAleno and Martre lK th of which were well backed by their connections Jockey Corey was forced to ride his l est to land each headIlie of them first at the finish by a short head Ilie former beat the speedy Ancou while Martre just lasted long enough to withstand Hye Straws challenge Double Five which finished fourth In this 725Albert race was claimed by J W Hedrick for 725 Albert Simons whose horses have been showing ex ¬ cellent form here this spring took another two yearold race with one of Ilarrv Payne Whitneys youngsters when Florin a filly by Hamburg Fiesole won the opening dash Tho race was with selling conditions and Florin was entered for 1000 After her victory she was bid up to 1405 by Larry Carey agent for Frank J Nolan The latter Is anxious to strengthen Ills stable with some young material and evidently will follow his practice of getting them out of selling races as it is the cheap ¬ est way to secure useful thoroughbreds When thoroughbredsWhen jockey Otort dismounted from Armor In the fourth race lie displayed a bit of temper which cost him a weeks suspension Oliert was under the im ¬ pression that he had got up in time to beat Cherryola and when he started hack to thV judges stand and saw Cherryolas number up as tin winner he threw his whip to the ground and swag ¬ gered around in a disgusted sort of manner His suspension will possibly t icli him better manners Jack mannersJack Kellogg bled In his race this afternoon which showingWilliam accounted for his poor showing William P RIggs secretary of the Maryland Jockey Club was an Interested spectator at the Jamestown Jockey Clubs course this afternoon Mr Ulggs said that the new building at PImlIco for the mutuel machines is completed and that everything Is In readiness for the oK nlng Every stall on tluj grounds hast been taken anft the overtlow will In accommodated at the diving park which practically adjoins Plmllco

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