Horron In Grand Form: Amos Turneys Crack Three-Year-Old Wins Windsor Hotel Cup.; Big Crowd Turns Out in Spite of Unfavorable Weather Conditions for Opening at Blue Bonnets--A Day of Close Finishes., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-04


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IIORRON IN GRAND FORM AMOS TURNEYS CRACK THREEYEAROLD WINS WINDSOR HOTEL CUP Big Crowd Turns Out in Spite of Unfavorable Weather WeatherConditions Conditions for Opening at Bluo Bonnets A Day of Close Finishes Montreal Qne Tune 3 In spite of unfavorable weather conilitions a large crowd was in attendance at the oi eiiing of the Montreal Jockey Clubs meet ins at Blue Bonnets tliis afternoon The program which was made up of seven races was evenly bal ¬ anced and a majority of the races furnished In ¬ teresting contests the linishes in three of them being close enough to leave the winner in doubt until the final strides stridesThe The running of the Windsor Hotel Cup at ¬ tracted most interest Only three of the six carded went to the post among them Buskin and Horron Hacegoers were eager to see a renewal of the con ¬ test between this pair but after todays race every one conceded that Buskin has no chance of iKating Horron The latter won with ease after making all of his own pace Small made sev ¬ eral desperate attempts to get to the leader but to no avail and at the finish Turner had the McGee colt well in hand handThe The tabled history of the Windsor Hotel Cup is shown below belowYear Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1100 Aromlack fl 10 J Mclntyrel375 158 1010 Dalhotisle lo Ilchcliffe 1355 153 f 1511 YAMS 3 113 C II Suilg 1410 153 1012 Plate Glass 120 K Martin 1245 155 101 Ilorron 113 C Turner 11 85 154 154The The Held in the sixth race numbered sixteen which was the largest that ever started in a race over the lUue Bonnets track The winner turned ill in Spellbound which came from behind and just did manage to get up in time to beat Right easy a nose It was a close thing between the two and not until the ollicial placing was displayed did those in the grandstand know which of the pair had won wonAnother Another close finish came with the running of the seventh race in which three of the ten starters fought it out through the liouiestretcli and at thu end were noses ripar Grif which acted fractiously at the post made most of the pace and weakened only in the final strides where Pardner and Towtou Field both passed him himIardner Iardner and Spellbound were hid up Airing the afternoon but both were bought in Lyric Muse a sister to Lovetie proved a bandy winner of the first race in which she beat Louise Travers a length lengthThirtytwo Thirtytwo layers were in line at Blue Bonnets this afternoon The following is a list of those who cut in I Hammorshig Gene Moyne Al Hanf T J Shaw Ted lobiirn Roy Offutt George Rose J Morris M Moss Johnny Lewis Kil Colell Jake Saundcrs Steve Lllommedieu Ieter J McGrath N Shapiro William Beverley J McKenzie Henry Hanf J W Rice B Adrians Owen 1erry M Harris Al Koenigsberg Frank Shannon H A Kennedy George Zeller Horace Paul Harry Gard ¬ ner William Brennan C Porter J Landry and Sidnov Cohen CohenThe The stables of X B Davis II McCarren and 0 Uak accompanied by joekcys Skirvin and Uemiler arrived this morning from Baltimore BaltimoreHugh Hugh Penny came from New York with Real Star Judge Monck and Thrifty W J McDermott purchased these three horses from Frank Hackctt and Penny will handle them on the Canadian circuit Before leaving Belmont Park Penny turned over the horses owned by S P Austin to G W Sulley who will train them in the future Mr Penny brought up a couple of twoyearolds belonging to K T Wilson and consigned to A G Weston WestonJockey Jockey Nathan came from New York He will do the lightweight riding for the Garth stable

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