Beehive Is A Good One: Giddings Youngster Scores Easy Victory In Coronation Stakes At Woodbine.; Kleburne Wins King Edward Hotel Gold Cup for Amos Turney in Hard Drive with Barnegat--A One-Sided Steeplechase., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-29


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BEEHIVE IS A GOOD ONE GIDDINGS YOUNGSTER SCORES EASY VICTORY IN CORONATION STAKES AT WOODBINE Klelwrne Wins King Edward Hotel Gold Cup for forAmos Amos Turncy in Hard Drivo with Barncgat A OneSided Steeplechase Toronto Out May 2S Three of the seven races making up todays program at Woodbine were stakes including the King Kdward Hotel Gold CUP the IlelterSkclter Steeplechase and the Coronation Stakes Amos Turney furnished the winner for this first named in Kleburne which beat Harnegat i nose in a stirring stretch drive Kloburne showed a good performance by racing Iochlel into submis ¬ sion in the early stages and when it came to n drive hanging on with good courage Hutwclls finish on Harnegat was the best effort shown by any rider during tho meeting and had he made his move just a trifle sooner Harnegat would have beaten the Turney colt coltThe The complete history of the King Edward Hotel Gold Cup is given below Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time TimelOO1 lOO1 Wire lu 4 117 J Walsh 990 210 X 1104 Claude 4 122 J Daly 1500 212 2121U05 1U05 Tongorder lOfi K Walsh 22SO 20 1900 Inferno 4 117 Trciihol 1820 205 1807 Inferno 5 120 It McDanlel 1570 200 190S Inferno 0 120 C II Shilg 2980 209 1909 HUinbridge 4 124 Herbert 15SO 208 1910 Chief Kce I 10S G Hums 1490 200 1911 Zeus in c ir shiig ioso 20 PA 1912 Kdda 4 112 Sweeney 13SO 210 1913 Kleburne 3 107 C Turner 1370200 1370200The The steeplechase was reduced by withdrawals to two itl eiug presumed that Gun Cotton and Hello wen ineligible as the conditions called for noti wlnnors in an open steeplechase of 000 in 112 or 191 Luckola had little more that a walkovoV to beat Lampblack LampblackThe The Heller Skelter Steeplechase was establishyl in 1910 Its brief history follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1910 Prince 5 147 S McClain070 413 1911 St Abe 5 150 Henderson 050 410 1912 Not run this year 1913 Luekola 7 157 Simpson 720422 720422Hee Hee Hive proved an easy winner of tho Coronation Stakes to which 2000 was added lu his previous elTort he was slow to leave the barrier and came from liehind Wilson got him off with the leaders today and quickly assuming tho lead he was never headed and at the finish had a half dozen lengths to spare spareTho Tho condensed history of the Coronation Stakes ia as follows Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1902 Ayrshire Lad 118 T Walker 500 5tVj 1903 Loupanga 115 J Daly 020 50Ji 1904 Caper Sauce 118 Wonderly 125 r r0 0 1905 Zellnda 115 Uomanelli MO rl 1900 Testino 115 Treubel 000 49 1907 Andrew Summers lir Kelly 055 4 Mj 1908 Lady Milner lir C II Shll 045 49 190 St Cecilia lir Traiinan 1910 Satin Bower lir 1 MCarth 1911 Ondramou 11 115 J T Wilson 1030 50f 1912 Hearts of Oak 118 C Turner 1050 50 101 Beehive 121 J Wilson 1005 55 55Htm Htm at a half mile until 1909 1909The The first runup of the meeting came with the running of tho Whitby Purse which was won by Carter Sauce The conditions called for all to bo entered to be sold for 3 K and J Mclllmurray ad ¬ vanced the winner to 805 at which figure hi was protected and bought in Caper Sauce was heavily backed He had won this same purse seven straight years and todays victory made it the eighth eighthSir Sir II Montagu Allan and Hartlett McLennan were visitors from Montreal They witnessed the run ¬ ning of a couple of races from the stewards stand Colin Campbell who has been acting as one of the stewards at Woodbine returned to Montreal tonight to arrange for the opening of the Hlue Bonnets meeting which begins on Tuesday next nextRufus Rufus Shilling a brother to Carroll Shilling had his first mount today when he rode General Hen Ledl In the opening race Young Shilling is under con ¬ tract to G W Scott who has a farm close to the Shilling farm at Paris Tex TexA A It London secretary of the Hamilton Jockey Club has been requested by a numlHr of horsemen racing in Kentucky to reserve stabling acctmimoda tious for them at the Hamilton track They will race their stables on this circuit until the fall meetings in Kentucky before returning south Those who have already asked for stalls include II H Kmmons A L Aste C F Buscheinoyer John W Schorr 1C J Mackenzie and J H Hespess HespessSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey Willie Allen arrived from Helmont Park to ride the Gartli and Parr horses horsesJ J J Burke has been engaged as presiding stew ¬ ard at Ottawa Francis Nelson will IKS presiding judge and Fred W Gcrhardy will serve as clerk of the course and associate judge judgeThe The division of Thomas Clydes stable that re ¬ mained at Plmlico arrived at the Blue Honuets track at Montreal this morning in good shape shapeC C A Crew announced that Ta Nun Da would in future he raced as a steeplechaser Tho horse has been well schooled and shows ability as a fencer fencerHatteras Hatteras was claimed out of the seventh race yesterday by A G Hlakeley for 900 W H Car ¬ son claimed the horse from Blakeley two years ngo ngoWilliam William Garth is the most recent applicant for stabling at Hlue Bonnets for tho spring meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club June 310 Joseph Mc ¬ Lennan who is to bo tho clerk of the course it BIuo Honuets has arranged so that entries for the opening day of the Blue Bonnets meeting may he made on the closing day at Toronto MeLennnu will leave Toronto at the close of tho meeting on Saturday and will be at Hlue Bonnets to accept registrations from owners the following morning morningThe The mistakes of the steeplechasers from the south that are racing at Woodbine are attributed to the fact that the Pimlico field where thoy last raced is so easy that it does not develop good junipers

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