Barnegat Is A Repeater: Three-Year-Old Wins Queens Hotel Cup For R. E. Watkins.; Big Crowd Treated to Some Stirring Racing at Woodbine--Giddings Two-Year-Old Wins Race for Canadian-Breds in Impressive Fashion., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-27


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BAMEGAT IS A REPEATER THREEYEAROLD WINS QUEENS HOTEL CUP FOR R E WATKINS Big Crowd Treated to Some Stirring Racin at atWoodbine Woodbine Giddings TwoYcarOld Wins Raco Racofor for CanadianBreds in Impressive Fashion Toronto Ont May 20 Richard E WatHns Rroomstlck colt Rarnegat duplicated his impressive victory in the Minto stakes on Saturday last by coming back today and winning the Queens Hotel Cup a dash of one mile and seventy yards in which he beat his stable companion Cliff Edge a head The conditions of the race stipulated that the cup was to become the property of any owner winning the race throe times or two years in suc ¬ cession Last spring CHIT Edge won and RarnegatH victory this afternoon clinched Mr Wntkins title to trophyThe possession of the trophy The tabled history of the Queens Hotel Cup fol ¬ lows Year Winner AWt Jockey Vol Time 1003 145lt04 Port Royal 4 110 Rattiste 510 145 lt04 Latheron 3 104 McCalTerty 970142 1005 Mistiss 3 J4 J Ilendson 545 14V 1000 Inferno 4 100 Treubel 570 140 107 105014119OS Deuce 4 104 McDaniel 1050141 19OS Reidmoore 5 105 Leibert C25 141 1009 Did not fill this year 110 Rouquet 5 120 Musgrave 045 145 3011 Cliff Edge 5 931 A Wrlspen C75 144A 1912 Cliff Edge 0 105 C Turner 720147 1913 070145Run Karnegat 3 10SJ1 Wilson 070145 Run at one mile until 190S 190SThere There was not the tremendous crowd present this afternoon that marked the opening day although the attendance was large enough to comfortably till tin stands and lawn The result was that one could witness the racing with some degree of comfort The contests were keen the winners of the first live races being forced to do their best to win by short heads In several of the races there was little to choose between tlo first three a few strides from tin winning mark this being especially so in the sec ¬ ond and fifth races In the former Louise Travers came from far back and only succeeded in beating Cannock in the last stride The same was true of Royal Message in her race On the stretch turn her chances Appeared hopeless Moving Picture led by four and live lengths at this point witli Royal Message in third place The two leaders tired badly in the final sixteenth sixteenthThere There were only three starters in the Athol steeple ¬ chase and every one of them fell at least once dur ¬ ing the race Itigot proved the most fortunate of the lot and was awarded the purse The purseThe Giddings stable showed up what looks Ilka the prospective Kings Plate winner of 1014 in Reehive a starter in the Goodwood purse a dash of half a mile for Canadianbred 2yearolds Koe hive was as good as left closed a tremendous gap and finishing with a rush got up in time to beat the Seagram filly Dark Rosaleen a head Like St Rass and Hearts of Oak Reohlve is a bljr Hue looking individual lie is by Kassetlaw the sire of the first named namedGeorge George M Ilendrie who came from Detroit on Fri ¬ day last to witness the running of the Kings Plate will remain over for the remainder of the meeting Many improvements have been made at the Windsor course this spring A new iron picket fence has taken the place of the board structure on the out ¬ side the track has been resulted and the tatting ring painted white This was done to make the enclosure lighter The condition book of the first meeting will be issued in a few days There will be one 500 purse one of 700 and five of 000 value every day Five stakes will be run during the first meet ¬ ing ingThe The committee of the Canadian Racing Association will hold a meeting tomorrow and pass on the appli ¬ cation of jockey Kstep for a license licenseJockey Jockey Hopkins is here with Moore Johnson and will ride for the Tennessee turfman on the Canadian circuit this season Mr Johnson purchased the con ¬ tract that K R Pradley held on the lad ladThe The stewards have ordered the entry clerk to re ¬ fuse the entry of Lahore There is an impression that the horse is in bad standing as a result of the action of the officials at Pimlico The matter will probably be straightened out as owner J O Tal ¬ bott Is due here tomorrow Lahore has been entered in several stakes here and was being pointed by A G Itlakoley for the Toronto Cup to be run on Satur ¬ day next nextJockey Jockey E Scharf was suspended for two days bv the postI starter for disobedience at the post I Pradliehl has been engaged to train the J W Hedrick horses and asjimcd charge of them on Saturday SaturdayThe The horse Futurity which Sam Louis claimed from William Carmody at Pimlico died there on Satur ¬ day Futurity was cut down In his race last Tues ¬ day and blood poisoning followed followedAssistant Assistant Superintenent John Rogers of the Pinker ton force and Edward Shevlin are here for tho summer season on the Canadian tracks Capt Dn lialn will do duty on the metropolitan trucks this year yearJames James Thompson of Hamilton who has recently gone into racing closed a deal with John E Madden on Saturday last for four yearlings and they will l e shipiKJd to Canada shortly Mr Thompson whoso grandfather won the Kings Plate already owns Koruadottc and Good Will which are in charge ot trainer Harry McDonald The yearlings that he purchased from Mr Madden were bred at August ISelmonts Nursery Farm They are Chestnut lillj by Fair Play Orlenta bay filly by Singleton St Agnes bay tilly by Singleton Lady Madge and bar filly by Singleton Lady Rayon RayonThe The Fort Erie track is to be in line with extensive improvements Irish Row along the backstetch has taen demolished and a neat picket fence erected there The grandstand and all other buildings have been painted and a train load of sand has been spread on the track It is the intention of the club to give the infield considerable attention this summer with the idea of improving the stcoplchaso course

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