Bringhurst Meets Defeat: Camden Two-Year-Old Is Beaten In Latonia Allowance Race.; Hitherto Unbeaten Juvenile Is Led to Finish by Boots and Saddle and Frances M.--Benanet Wins the Merchants Stakes., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-22


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BRINGHUfiST MEETS DEFEAT CAMDEN TWOYEAROLD IS BEATEN IN LA TONIA ALLOWANCE RACE Hitherto Unbeaten Juvenile Is Led to Finish by byBoots Boots and Saddle and Frances M Bcnanct BcnanctWins Wins the Merchants Stakes Cincinnati u June 21 Todays card of six races at Latonia featured by the oldcslablished Merchants Stakes was the most promising that Secretary Maginn has offered local racing patrons fur some time and served to attract to the course the full qiiuta of devotees of the sport in addi ¬ tion to numerous lirstlinie visitors resulting in this being the sniond best day of the meeting the patronage dayThe being exceeded only by Derby day The racing was Interesting and spirited wilh finishes in some of the contests close enough to suit the most exacting Diversified support for most of the starters caused good prices to prevail against the winners Favorites were again in eclipse Only me first choice Barbara Lane succeeded in scoring and her defeat might have been encompassed but for an accident to Caution while the McDowell filly was leading and which ruined her winning chances and probably ended her racing career careerThe The Merchants Stakes with its 2100 to the winner wam won by the lightly weighted Bch anel wilh Slar Jasmine in second place and Pre ¬ sumption third Gay Bird was the choice of the smart set and public alike He ran promisingly for threequarters and then retired under weak handling lie suffered some interference on the stretch turn when Bcnanct crossed him but it cut little ligure in the result for the Bradley filly won with much in reserve in the fast time of l3S equaling the track record held jointly bv Sir Huon and Tom Hayward After the finish Presiding Judge Price suspended ridingThe McDonald for ten days for rough riding The Merchants Stakes was established in 18S1 when Freeland won it and was run continuously until 1S07 After a lapse of live years it again became a feature of LatoniH racing although at a different distance than formerly Its condensed history under present conditions is as follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1002 Alard 1 110 Birkcnmth li0 110 1003 Pourquoi St L Wilson iwir itir IM I J Greenburg 4 100 B Davis 1815 110 1005 Ued Leaf S Uadtke 1750 140 100G Concert 3 S5 M Preston 2005 142 1M7 Phil Finch G 110 L Willms 1850 1HV A 1 100 A Walsh 1745 142 11110 Belle Clem Si Cole 1150 1 1 11 Prince Gal 5 100 J Glass 1410 i3Si 1012 Hedge 03 MeCahoy 215013 1Ji Benaiict SO McDonld 21JO ls Tho Bradley establishment cut a wide swath in todays results ikvin addition to the winning of the Merchants r Strikes by Benanet Boots and Saddle scored in the third race in which some Hhlfty youngsters rau The unbeaten Bringburst was an overwhelming favorite in the betting but Steele handled him with such poor judgment that he failed to finish better than third In the early stages Steele subjected him to hard usage in an effort to dis ose of Unifies and he alsj let him take a bad stumble which momentarily threatened to unseat the rider An indication of how badly he tired in the last quarter can be gleaned from the fact that he ran it in worse than 27 seconds after going the lirst half in less than 47 47The The change from Buxton to Henry worked wonders In llie running of Samuel II Meyer and lie was a handy victor over the l itonia Derby winner Go well The latter undertook a difficult task in trying to concede much weight to the others but her admirers had confidence in her ability to do so and installed her the favorite She ran a good race and might have been harder to beat but for Martins action in carrying Gowell extremely wide on the last turn turnThe The closing race resulted in the defeat of Slrong and Star OKyan both of which had been heavily backed the winner turning up in Supervisor Strong just succeeded in beating Chart ier for second place Slrong was best in the race but was forced to run wide most of the way wayThe The opener went to Barbara Lane which took the lead after Caution retired as a result of being cut down Bracktown Belle was responsible for Cau ¬ tions mishap but it was unavoidable according to those in a position to clarly note the incident incidentThe The TVxans tried to put Closer over in the fifth race but he could do no better than laud in third place Wilhlle winning from the suddenly improved Ba k Bay BayKichard Kichard Dwyer arrived today from Chicago to do missionary work among the horsemen in the interest of tlio Porter Did track which has announced a flf Ironday Hireling beginning July 3 3Harry Harry Morrissey was today notified of his appoint ¬ ment as starter at Lexington for the ninedays fall meeting there beginning September 11 Mor risscy will leave next Tuesday for Montana where he Will do the starting at Butte and Anaconda AnacondaJ J B Bespcss today traded with G 1 Morris a twoyearold for Console Mr Morris will race his siring at Butte this summer summerThe The program and slake book of the Windsor meet Ing was distributed to horsemen this morning by Frank Bruen who will serve as auditor ut the Windsor track trackJefferson Jefferson Livingston made an addition today to his stable by the purchase of Princess Callaway from Kaleigh Colston Mose Goldblatt who is training the Livingston siring is in quest of good malerlal if it can be obtained and will not haggle over the price if the horses suit He would add Old Kosebud to his establishment except for the colts duiall size which he thinks might militate against him us a threeyear old oldJohnson Johnson N Camdcn member of the Kentucky State Hacing Commission was among todays vis ¬ itors and wltnotb l the first defeat sustained by his colt Brlngliurst BrlngliurstW W Ilaymond will ship five horses including Casque to Untie UntieGowell Gowell will not be a starter in the Canadian Derby at Fort Erie according to her owner J T Weaver WeaverW W G Yankc and Charles II Hughes will ship their horses to Saratoga at the close of racing hero herolocker locker T Koernrr will resume riding next week according t his present intention He has been galloping horses at Douglas Park since the close of racing at Louisville and thinks that he has over ¬ come the officts of his illness sufficiently to warrant a resumption of riding ridingTrainer Trainer Pole Coyne is gratified over the splendid way in which Free Lance is training but he will not be raced until he reaches Saratoga SaratogaBound Bound the World will be shipned to Lexington tonight to be rested there until fall If she does n it promise to stand training then she will go into tho ptud Tlio twohorse combination consisting of Samuel It Mover and Boots and Saddle paid 0075 to thirtytwo backers The field players took the threehorse pool and received 4S5 for each 2 2The The extent of Cautions Injury could not l e fully determined today but every effort will be made to ave her herAlthough Although she will have a sixpound penalty in the Cincinnati Trophy the 0000 twoyear old event which is to be run on the closing day of the meeting here on Saturday July 5 T I Hays will scud Mind a the Clipsetta Stakes winner to the post In that event Hayes seems to think the distance six furlongs will be to the fillys liking as she came on gamely in her last start on Thurs ¬ day when she finished third lichind the unbeaten Bringhurst and E It Bradleys highpriced colt ISoots and Saddle Fillies have been fairly success ¬ ful hi the Trophys AValoma llie dam of Rudolfu Kelluf and Harry L won the lirst running of tills race in 1002 while Chulita owned by A L Labold won it in 1007 and Lady Lightning ac ¬ counted for it in 111 E R Bradley plans 10 start Hoots and Saddle and in all probability Bob Black in the Trophy Both these colts will have it big pull iu tlie weights In the rich stake ovor the crack gelding Old Rosebud Unfortunately J N Camdcns eravk twoyearold Bringhurst is not engaged In the Trophy but that stable lias four oligildes to the race including the Breeders Futurity winner Imperator Mr Camdens other entries are Bermudlan Toynbec and Darbishire all of which will be entitled to the maiden al ¬ lowance meantimeThe unless they win in the meantime The following were some of the workouts at Latonia this morning morningAmoret Amoret Threequarters in 119 119Anna Anna Patricia Threequarters iu 120 120Barnard Barnard Mile in 144 144Breakers Breakers Fiveeighths in 101 101Copjtertown Copjtertown Mile in l4i l4iDinin Dinin Fiveeighths iu 101 101Karl Karl of Savoy Mile in 143 143Ethelda Ethelda Fiveeighths in 102 102Fellowman Fellowman Fiveeighths in 107 107Free Free Lance Thrcefuarlors in 123 123Casket Casket Threequarters in 117 117George George Stoll Threequarters in 117 117Gold Gold of hir Fiveeighths in 103 103Helios Helios Fivvoighths in 102 102Jabot Jabot Mile In 141 141John John Gund Fiveeighths in 102 102Kinmuiidy Kinmuiidy Mile in 150 150Lady Lady Innocence Threeeighths in 37 37Magnet Magnet FlveelgUths In 105 105Nobby Nobby Threequarters in 117 117Patruche Patruche Mile in 145 145Prospect Prospect Mile iu 14 14Solar Solar Star Mile in 114 114Superl Superl Fiveeighths in 103 103Susan Susan B Fiveeighths iu 102 102Trovato Trovato Mile in 141

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