Two Disqualifications In The East.: R. F. Carmans Surprising Loses Purse After Finishing First in Race for Juveniles., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-27


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TWO DISQUALIFICATIONS IN THE EAST EASTR R F Carmans Surprising Loses Purse After Finish ing First in Race for Juveniles New York June 2G The scene of racing shifted back to the Belmont Park track this afternoon and while the weather yas threatening a sur ¬ prisingly large number visited the course Al ¬ though light tields were carded to race in the six events what was lacking in quantity was made up In quality so that there was good sport seen The racing was marred however by some rough work and during the afternoon there were two disqualifications U F Carman furnished the first winner iu Kalinka and Surprising from the same establishment tinished first in the fol ¬ lowing race but wa held guilty of fouling rignt after the start iu knocking Spearhead out of the running and also interfering with several other horses on the stretch bend Although he showed that he was much the best the purse was taken from him and lirsf money was given to Kxecutor with Stake and Cap second and Salon third The decision was not a popular one by any moans Class who had the mount was suspended for tive racing days by the stewards Although Mr Carman lost this purse and the bets that he made on Sinprising he had a profitable day as he thought well of ICallnkas evinces and so told his friends He is said to have had a good bet down at odds of o to 1 1The The second disqualification came after Brosseau had finished second in the steeplechase The set ¬ back came In this race l ecanse of the fact that Henderson crmlttcd Brosseau to run out of the course iu making the first lur i Son of Ihe Wind was placed second and Mo third The good thing Maxims Pride led by ten lengths to the last jump when Allen his rider in looking around just as the horse was making the jump lost con ¬ trol of his mount and the horse took a cropper It was hard money for bis backers to lose loseThe The Ladles Handicap was the feature of the card and after a well contested race was won by Flamma She was decidedly best Off last and in tangle she remained in that position for the first quarter then began to close Although she had to go around the others she was able to lake the lead the last furlong ost and then drew out to win easily Sprite went well until the last furlong and then SaturdayThe quit She bled in her work last Saturday The Ladies Handicap was known iu previous years as the Ladies Stakes U was established in 1SOS at Jerome Park and was run from 1SDO to IlOl at Morris Park then transferred to Belmont Park Ils tabulated history since 1100 is given Inlow Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time TimeIWO IWO Oneck Queen 121 Ma her 2000 140 1101 Janice 121 Piggott 24S5 t454 11102 Blue Girl 111 T Burns 2t05 142 IIO Girdle 11 T Bums 445 42 f 1001 Beldame 11 Hildcbraiid 4S7O 41f 11105 Flinders 11 Lyne 545 42 11100 Perverse i I yne nooo tiif 11107 Yankee Girl 1 I adtke 5405 4O IIOS Stamina 1 I Dilgau iS5 1IOf 10 Muskette l l ui well ooo n 1110 Ocean Bound 1 Garner 1520 4 IliS Flamma 14 101 II Kadtke 1720 1 1No No racing in 1911 and 1 2 2Just Just before the closing race was run the stewards gave out a ruling to the effect that Ihe license of V Hogan who trains the horse Buckthorn which showed a reversal of form a few days ago after running a dull race when a warm favorite had lieen revoked Kelleher was suspended sifter the race and his suspension has been continued indefi ¬ nitely The cases of both will be referred lo the stewards of flu National Steeplechase and Hunt Association for further action actionThere There has l en such a demand for polo ponies that Barnev Schreiber the well known breeder intends to go Into the business of breeding them lie says that he has si large number of thoroughbreds at his stud in Missouri that will make excellent l olo ponies and he thinks that the breeding of polo jioriies would be profitable August profitableAugust Belmont will ship Toggery and Fair Blonde from Belmont Park to the Nursery Stud hi Kentucky this week

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