Schorr Stables Stakes: Vandergrift Wins Feature Race Of Closing Day At Hamilton.; John Reardon Also Swells the Schorr Winnings by a Victory in Selling Handicap Over the Turf Course--A Day of Close Finishes., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-03


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SCHORR STABLES STAKES VANDERGRIFT WINS FEATURE RACE OF CLOS ¬ ING DAY AT HAMILTON John Rcardon Also Swells the Schorr Winnings by bya a Victory in Selling Handicap Over the Turf TurfCourse Course A Day of Close Finishes Hamilton Out July 2 The Hamilton Jockey Club ottered as a feature for its closing days pro ¬ gram the Spring Brewery Stakes a dash of fivo furlongs 1500 added for twoyearolds It brought out a small field only four going to the post and two of them The Usher and Spring Maid were coupled as the Hobert Davits entry John W Schorr furnished the winner in his Hen Brush colt Vandergrift which led from the rise of the barrier and at the finish was two lengths in advance of Spring Maid It was the first time that Southern Maid failed to show iu front at some stage of the racing since she made her maiden effort at Woodbine Knapp who had the mount on Southern Maid claimed a foul after tho race but it was not allowed Knapp took Southern Alald back at the half mile ground where Vandergrift passed her herThe The tabled history of the Spring Brewery Stakes is as follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1OG Ohiyesa Swain 770 140 1007 Martin Doyle 5 12S Lloyd LloydlKSBaIbek 070 141 lKSBaIbek 110 AlcCal AlcCalI 570 1015 I 1KK Star Wave 1 10 J He 820 1OJ 18110 Capsize 115 Palms 1115 10J 111 Hose Lawrence 1 1IO 10 At Archibld 1115 1812 Genesta 100 Diggh Diggins 1015 5 113 Vandcrgrift 113 Buxto 1165 lOOs lOOsDistance Distance reduced to 58 mile and for twoyear olds oldsFive Five of the remaining races wero selling affairs in which well balanced fields went to the porft A majority of them furnished Interesting contests and in some of the finishes it was hard to tell which had won until the otiicial placing was dis ¬ played This was especially so of the fourth race in which Honey Bee Thco Cook and Double Five pased tho judges noses apart in the order named namedThe The attendance was again large aud speculation brisk Fortyeight layers attended to the wants of the siieculators and as a majority of the choices were beaten they had the better of it itI I Howard left for Chicago last night to be on band for lie opening of the Porter Ind meeting Several other followers of the sport will leave to ¬ morrow morrowA A special horse train loft for Vort Eric this morn ¬ ing U P Marshalls string being iu the consign ¬ ment mentThe The stables of O F Stifel William Walker George Hichings and F Fox go from here to Wind ¬ sor sorJockey Jockey Nathan was suspended by the stewards after his ride on Jessup Burn yesterday His case has been referred to the committee of the Cana ¬ dian Kaciug Associations AssociationsThe The Burgomaster filly Church Bell has been mated with Havoc at the Seagram Farm at Waterloo WaterlooHerman Herman Moesel with Working Lad is among the horsemen that are shippinj lo Fort Erie from New York YorkII II D Brown was a visitor at the Hamilton track this afternoon He is making arrangements to give a meeting at Laurel in October OctoberAfter After J W Schorrs John Heardou was returned the winner of the final race William Walker bid him up 500 over his entered selling price of 1000 He was retained by Mr Schorr with the usual ad ¬ vance of 5 5Jockev Jockev Gross was taken sick after the running of the second race and had to cancel his engagements for the rest of the afternoon afternoonA A L Aste returned from New York and will su ¬ pervise the shipping of his horses to Fort Krie Ten Point is among the Canadian Derby eligihles and it is not unlikely that the Jack Point threeyearold will be a starter starterGeorge George P Burke departed today for Porter Ind

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