Trainer Weston Is Making A Record.: Saddled Three Winners at Blue Bonnets Yesterday, Making Nine Out of Twenty Races Run., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-07


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TRAINER WESTON IS MAKING A RECORD Saddled Three Winners at Blue Bonnets Yesterday Making Nino Out of Twenty Races Run Montreal Que June 0 A G Westou who is training tlie stable managed by apt W Pres grave was in the limelight at Dine Donuets again this afternoon Three of the winners Cenlauri Corn Drconi and Lindesta were saddled by Westou The victories of the latter pair came in the races for Canadianbred horses Each won easily Cen tanri however had bis work cut out to beat the twoyearolds he was meeting in the first race a dash of live furlongs lie was ridden by J Wilson and after being outpaced to the stretch turn re ¬ sponded with good courage and proved ganiest of the lot in the final drive winning by a length from Parcel Post Westou has trained nine of the twenty winners during the first four days of the meeting which is something of a record recordH H E Watkins Darnegat which has been running in greatly improved form this spring accounted for the fourth race a dash of one mile for threeyear olds Wilson also bad the mount on this colt which beat his opposition in easy fashion Watkins has decided to send Darnegat from here to Delmoiit Park to till a stake engagement next week Darnegat will leave in tlie same car in which Hugh Penny will ship the horses of Thomas F Shecdy to New York on Tuesday next Tlie running of Crisco or rather Turners handling of the colt did not please the stewards and the lad had a couple of sessions with the ollicials during the afternoon After beat ¬ ing his opponents away from the barrier Turner took Crisco up He explained that his reason for doing so was instructions from the trainer which were to make a sprint of it through the homestretch with Daruegat Turner certainly obeyed orders and his tactics hurt rather than helped Criscos chances chancesThe The baltermeii were again busy two of the win ¬ ners being iMiostcd Thrilly from VH to fS05 and My Fellow from 700 to 1103 Doth horses were retained by their owners ownersSam Sam Louis was responsible for the bidding up of Thrifty while II G Dedwell did the bidding en My Fellow FellowHugh Hugh Penny has arranged to take over the horses that are being raced here by T F Shcedy Tbev include Nonpareil Accord Dounder Yenghee and Progressive The lot will be shipped from here to Delmont Park and jockey J Wilson will accompany the stable Andrew DIakeley will remain in Can ¬ ada with his own horses which include the fast burse Tow ton Field and the useful plater llatteras DIakeley llatterasDIakeley did not wish to go to Xew York for the reason that he did not consider Mr Sheedys horses of high enough calibre to compete with the horses racing at Delmont Park ParkDominlck Dominlck Kinney owner of the steeplechaser Dr Heard and jockey Keating took up a collection for the widow of the s ieillcclmtiu rider James Lynch who was killed at Piping Hock yesterday The money will be turned over to Joseph McLcnimn who will forward it to Frank J Dryan DryanJames James Carruthers was a visitor at Dlue Dounets this afternoon Mr Carrulhors who is one of i directors of the Montreal Jockey Club promised to again display his colors on the turf next fall Ho has a colt at Woodbine by Dassetlaw out of Widows Mite a mare that won a number of races for him Dassetlaw is the sire of St Dass and Hearts of Oak Imth of which are Kings Plate win ¬ ners and also of Dcchive the prospective winner of next years plate

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