Spring Board Wins Again: Captain Cassatts Sprinter Scores Flunky Victory In The Paumonok Handicap.; Iron Mask, Top Weight and Favorite, Is Beaten by Narrow Margin After Suffering in Mixup at Start of Belmont Park Stake., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-13


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SPRING BOARD WINS AGAIN CAPTAIN CASSATTS SPRINTER SCORES FLUKY VICTORY IN THE PAUMONOK HANDICAP Iron Mask Top Weight and Favorite Is Beaten by byNarrow Narrow Margin After Suffering in Mixup at atStart Start of Belmont Park Stake New York July 12 There was more rough riding in the races at Belmont Park this afternoon par ¬ ticularly in the running of the days feature the Paumonok Handicap for threeyearolds and up ¬ wards six furlongs No less than three horses suf ¬ fered from the crowding in the race and strange to relate the winner E I Cassatts Spring Board which won a race a few days ago under similar circumstances was in a way responsible for the interference that hampered the favorite Iron Mask at the start As was the case in his previous start Spring Board had the outside position and as soon as the signal was given Davies rushed his mount over in a hurry Naturally this caused a jam in which several horses had to be eased up and Iron Mask got the worst of the mlxup When the far turn was reached there was another jam in which Sprite was the one to receive the rough end of it ami Karrick had to pull her up so sharply to keep from going over the fence that his mount was soon in last place A little further on Azyiade became similarly involved In the meantime Spring Board was bowling along in front and he led all the way to win in a drive by a length Meridian closed like a streak in the stretch and appeared to have got second place by a good bead but the otliclal placing was in favor of Iron Mask MaskFollowing Following is the tabulated history of the Paumo ¬ nok Handicap Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1900 Inquisitor 90 W Miller 1750 113 1907 Red River 3 98 Lowe 1770 113 Mi 1008 Red Ulver 4 113 E Dugan 1705 112 190 Not run this year 1910 Restigouche 5 120 C H Shllg 1050 112 1913 Spring Board 4 110 T Davies 1730 l12 No racing in 1911 and 1912 1912After After the jockeys made their weights Karrick who rode Sprite Troxler the rider of Iron Mask and Musgrave who had the mount on Azyiade were summoned before the stewards After a long de ¬ liberation the stewards permitted the placing to stand as the horses bful finished and later on in the afternoon tuft announcement was made that Mns gravo had received a threedays suspension as ho was SpritePatrol held accountable for the mishap to Sprite Patrol Judge Hall was stationed on the far turn during the running of this race instead of at the head of the stretch from which point he usually views the race and It was probably on his report that the stewards made the ruling they did In addition to winning with Spring Board Captain Cas satt scored in the second race with Flying Fairv which beat Prince Eugene by three lengths The last named was probably best as he received the worst of a bad start aud although he made up much ground he could do no better than finish in second place placeJockey Jockey Johnny Wilson was forced to cancel his engagements for the day because of ptomaine poi ¬ soning Wilson ate some mushrooms at Coney Island last night and when he reached the track today was attacked with severe pains in the stomach and was not able to leave the jockeys room until the races wen over It Is expected that he will be in condition to ride again by Tuesday the next racing day dayR R F Carman stood another runup today when ho won the opening dash with Kalinka Albert Simons forcing him to pay 405 over her entered price to retain her herThe The entry blanks for the stake events to be de ¬ cided during the Havre de Grace fall meeting1 reached the track today and were distributed among the horsemen There are fifteen in all five being for twoyearolds two for threeyearolds and the rest for threevearolds and upward

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