Cannock Wins Kindergarten Stakes.: Is One of Two Winners Saddled at Blue Bonnets by A. G. Weston--Elwah Takes Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-06


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CANNOCK WINS KINDERGARTEN STAKES Is One of Two Winners Saddled at Blue Bonnets by A G Wcston Elwah Takes Handicap Montreal Que June 5 A O Weston saddled two of todays winners at Blue BoniKts in Bryndor and Cannock The hitters victory came with the running of the Kindergarten Slakes one of the afternoons featurts U was a livefurlongs disli for twoyearolds and brought out an ordinary Held There were only fcur starters and Cannock was the best supported of the lot He was rlddeu by Snyd r followed the leaders to the stretch turn and linisl ed stoutly to win going away Bryndws victory cu ne with the running oi the lirst race u maiden affair There were several good things in this ra e Kayderoseros and Speaker Clark beiag among the n When the start came Kayderoseros bolted for thu outside fence and was pulled vi Speaker Clark llattered his backers by racing into a long Mead in tlieifirst quarter but he quit badly after going half a mile and could only manage lo stagger in third thirdThe The tabled history of the Kindergnrtci Stakes is herewith given Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1107 Larikin K 9 Diggins 075 ltu ltu1JIOS 1JIOS Tony W lOi A Weber 07u llft 150 Busy 107 Musgrave 12SO 101 110 Ilanutess 101 G Burns 1205 10 1111 Little Pal IDS C II Shilg 1300 101 1112 Cock o the Walk101 Lounsbirry lKiO 102 A 1113 Cannock 03 Snyder + 1230 102 f fThe The Wilson Challenge Cup a steeplechase over the two and a half mile course proved little belter than a canter for Jack Dcnnerlen which led from start to finish William Walsh setins to have a mortgage on training the winners for this stake He saddled Andrew Shearers Stalker upon the occa ¬ sion of tile first running of the siake in 1111 and last year he sent M Staffords Irckola to the post This afternoon he saddled Jack Dennerleii G Iearce who rode Liukola lust spriig had thu mount on Jack Iennerlen today todayTwo Two handicaps divided interest with the running of the stakes One was for Canadianowned horses at a mile and the other was a selling handicap at a mile and an eighth Ta Nun Da duplicated his easy victory of the opening day iu the first when lilwah iroved best in the other otherThe The best contest of the afternoon came with the running of the sixth race a dash of seven furlongs There were sixteen starters and three of them fin ¬ ished in a close bunch Jacquelina coining from the rear and just managing to get up in the final stride to beat Hasson by a nosev The victory of Flex in the third race wafc a costly one for Gullahcr Bros The mare was entered for 410 and F B Baird whose Emily Lee finished second bid her up to 1000 Shu was retained by J C Gallaher GallaherWillie Willie Shields jn speaking of the death of Logan said that he was the lirst horse that was ever schooled at the barrier in this country When tho starting machines were first Introduced at the Old Bay District track in California Logan was broght out one morning and broke from the gate riderless The old fellow would go about fifty yards aud then stop stopThree Three special horse trains will leave here on Wednesday next for Ottawa Arrangements have also been made to run a special train from Mon ¬ treal to Ottawa on the opening day A great number of local people have made known their intention of being present at the opening of the new course and the affair promises to bo of great social importance

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