Betting Coups At Ottawa: Killings Of No Mean Proportions Made On Patty Regan And Malamont.; Results of First Two Days of Meeting Lead to Conclusion That Racing Is Destined For Big Things at Canadian Capital., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-17


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BETTING COUPS AT OTTAWA KILLINGS OF NO MEAN PROPORTIONS MADE ON PATTY REGAN AND CMALAMONT Results of First Two Days of Meeting Lead to Con ¬ clusion That Racing Is Destined For Big Tilings at Canadian Capital Ottawa Out June 10 Stirring contests were seen at Connauglit Park this afternoon In only 0110 of the linislies did the winner have more than a length to spare while passing the judges It was a great days racing and what the attendance lacked in numbers was made up in enthusiasm Taking tho lirst two days as a criterion it seems an assured thing that racing will be built up into a big thing in Ottawa Todays OttawaTodays program wits made up of a series of sell ¬ ing races with the Beaver Purse and the Juvcnilu Purse as the features Willie Shields saddled two of the winners in Patty Kegan and Jonquil botlt of which carried the colors of E J McGraw u Baltimore turfman who is racing for the lirst time in Canada Patty Began was ridden by an appren ¬ tice named O Cnldwell who did about everything but fall off Patty Kegan broke in front but Caldwell pulled up and after messing the colt about finally went to the outside of the others In the stretch he closed OH the leaders and finishing with a great burst of speed in the last sixteenth got up to beat Suwannee by half a length Mr McOJraw won heavily on the race the colt being backed from 5 to to to 10 in the local ring Another ringAnother killing of no mean proportions was put over when Malainont owned by I Raymond of Montreal and the only son of the great Flying Fox racing in America won the third race Ho was bought as a yearling in France for 2S50 for Baron Blanc and was brought to Canada by Capt K Turner Mead at the request of John F Hyan Malamout was Irained at Belmont Park this spring by James Boden and today was his lirst appearance of tho year Malamout is out of Madamoisclle do Longchamps winner of over a million francs on the French turf turfThe The best finish of the afternoon came with the running of the seventh race in which the first three horses passed the winning imtrk heads apart with Incision lirst and Chemulpo second The latter is Jlie property of J W lledrick and ho promptly boosted the winner 205 over his entered price of ijiJOO Incision was retained by his owner Allio ownerAllio Ixnidon returned from Hamilton this morn ¬ ing and reports that all the stalls hut 110 at that track are already tilled Hearts of Oak the Kings Plate winner worked a mile Sunday morning in 1U Hawthorn and Itudolfo are both in splendid shape and the former is training promisingly for bis engagement in the Hamilton Derby The track at Hamilton this spring is in better erudition than ever everJockey Jockey Small who was suspended on Saturday will be given a hearing by the stewards tomorrow and it is possible that he may he restored to good standing standingCapt Capt W I Presgrave returned from Montreal this morning About half the horses owned by Thomas Clyde are still at the Blue Bonnets course where they will remain until the opening of tho meeting SaratogaChester at Saratoga Chester Kruni will be shipped from Montreal to ¬ morrow to start in a stake at Counaught Park on Saturday This horse is in line condition and won a stake at King Kdward Park last week weekJ J Johnson was programmed today as GrccubraoH trainer Ho is foreman for J F Schorr who re ¬ mained at Hamilton with the lirst division of his fathers stable

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