Buskins Canadian Derby: Son Of Hamburg And Slippers Scores Easy Victory In Fort Erie Fixture.; Amos Turneys Crack Colt Horron Is Withdrawn on Account of Sudden and Severe Attack of Fever and Will Not Race Again Until Next Year., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-10


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BUSKINS CANADIAN DERBY BON OF HAMBURG AND SLIPPERS SCORES EASY VICTORY IN FORT ERIE FIXTURE Amos Turneys Crack Colt Horron Is Withdrawn on onAccount Account of Sudden and Severe Attack of Fever Feverand and Will Not Race Again Until Next Year Buffalo X Y July The Canadian Derby one of tli Important features of Hie Canadian racing season was run and won at Fort Krie today by John Whalens Buskin wlilch led from the start and was never afterward headed A large crowd made the trip to Fort Krie this afternoon expecting in see Amos Turneys great threeyearold liorron go to the jwjst Horron and tlie other two Derby en ¬ tries from the Turney stable were withdrawn how ¬ ever which left only three starters composing tb smallest fluid that ever went to the post in this stake AVI tli liorron and the others out Buskin appeared to be in a soft spot ami was made the odds on favorite There was but little delay at the harrier the Held being sent away promptly to a good break All the riders evidently had waiting instructions for immediately after the start each took his mount under restraint Small evidently was the lirst to realize how slow the pace wax for in rounding the lirst turn he gave Bus kln his head and quickly drawing away from his field the Whalen colt opened up a load of a couple of lengths At the half mile post Small took his mount In hand again and for the remainder of the way Buskin galloped along under slight restraint ami at the end led First Sight by two lengths and a half Barnegat was third live lengths further back It was a tame contest in which the winner out ¬ classed his opposition The withdrawal of Horron was a keen disapiHiIntment to Auios Turney So con tfldent had he been that his colt would win the f Derby that he had his cook prepare an old fashioned Kentucky dinner and invited a host of his friends to the spread Last night Horrou was stricken with an acute attack of fever and for a time it was thought he would die At one time his temperature registered 100 Latest reports from the stable were that the fever had broken and that the veter ¬ inarian has hopes of pulling him through Mr Tur ¬ ney announced that when sufficiently recovered liorron would be shipped back to Kentucky and turned out until next year Horron was returned winner in all live of his starts in Canada this sea ¬ son and he was easily the best threeyearold shown on this circuit circuitThe The tabled history of the Canadian Derby is given below belowYear Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 3S98Miss Gtissie 109 Walker 1090 239 1SVK Martinmas 114 Jrason 1GSO 237 IftOO Advance Guard 127 Taral 1415 209 39cl Ben Mac Dhui 122 H Lewis 1415 208 3902 Red Bobe 127 Blake 14ir 217J4 190 Claude 127 J Daly 2180 215 1904 Fort Hunter 127 Wonderly 2180 208 1905 King of Troy 125 D Austin 21SO 210 1900 Peter Stirling 125 Foley 2180 211 3907 Charlie Gilbert 110 J Kelly 2180 207 4A 3OS Lawrence PDaleyllG Nicol 2580209 1509 Piute 104 J Keid 2580205 1510 Sager 113 Musgrave 2580 205 1911 Zeus 110 C H ShiUg 2580 204 1912 The Manager 113 T Kocrncr 2580 204 1913 Buskin 113 Small 2700 208 4i 4iOne One and onehalf miles in 1898 and 1S99 1S99Turney Turney made amends in a way for his failure to win the Derby by taking two other purses one with Flabbergast and the other with Glint Flabbcr gasts victory came with the running of the mile and seventy yards handicap in which he l eat a good band Flabbergast was a good horse this afternoon After Indulging Plate Glass with the lead for half si mile Flabbergast went to the front without much effort and easily disposing of his opposition galloped home with i four lengths lead lints victory was in a selling race and he was Mil up from 400 to 705 by Dr Darrah who took 171 wall from the Turney stable yesterday In this instance Turney protected his horse with the custo mara bid of 5 5Juverenee Juverenee proved best in the steeplechase and won pulled up llfteen lengths in advance of Lizzie Flat which came from Iwhlnd and snatched second money from Jack Dennerlen The latter was ridden by an English jockey G Pearce who heretofore had ridden with excellent judgment Today after mess ¬ ing Jack Dennerlen about until the last fence lie lellberately eased the latter up after Juverence liassd him and in the homestretch kept looking back Ik could not have helped seeing Lizzie Flat coming At all events the backers of Jack Deuucrlen for second place had their money burned up by the rider When Pearce dismounted he was Instructed by the judges to accept no more mounts at this meeting meetingThe The officials in their investigation of the Carlton O race of yesterday had a session with A Malone Nick the Greek and T J Shannon The matter is still far from being settled to the satisfaction of the stewards and it MS possible that another ruling In the case will be made At all events what evidence has been unearthed will be placed in the hands of the committee of the Canadian Bac ing Associations at their meeting tomorrow when a linal decision will be reached The committee will have a busy session tomorrow as the Aste Dunn and Pearce cases will also be taken up and passed on onGeorge George M Hendrie and Walter 0 Parmer came over from Detroit to witness the running of the Derby It was Messrs Hcndric and Partner who inaugurated this race the lirst running of which was won by the mare Miss Gussie now in the stud at T C McDowells farm In Kentucky KentuckyJohn John Nixon trainer of the Davies stable had a narrow escape from serious injury this morning While leading a twoyearold about the stable the colt reared and struck Nixon The latter fell over backward and striking his head against a post was rendered unconscious Nixon was about the paddock this afternoon looking none the worse for his mishap mishapI I After Camellia won the second race she was bid up 305 over her entered price by P M Civlll This Thiswas was Jn retaliation for the running up of Clinton yes

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