Roamer Wins in the East: Juvenile from Kentucky is Victorious in Race at Belmont Park.; His Owner Has to Stand a Run-up of ,005 to Retain Gelding--Donald Macdonald Takes the Garden City Selling Stakes., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-16


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ROAMER WINS IN THE EAST JUVENILE FROM KENTUCKY IS VICTORIOUS IN RACE AT BELMONT PARK His Owner Has to Stand a Runup of 1005 to toRetain Retain Gelding Donald Macdonald Takes Takesthe the Garden City Selling Stakes New York July 15 The Garden City Selling Stakes for threeyearolds and over one mile and a sixteenth was the stake attraction at Bclmont Park this afternoon and the oddson favorite Donald Macdonald was returned an easy winner of it 7 Wilson his rider reserved him in second place while Perthshire set the pace for the first seven furlongs Then Donald Macdonald in spite of a wide stretch turn by which lie lost several lengths was able to take the lead in the last furlong and lie won easily from Oakhurst The last named was carried out by the winner In enter Ing the stretch and then in the last furlong was taken to the Inside but was an easy second secondThe The tabled history of the Garden City Stakes is as follows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 104 De Reszke 10G W Davis 1120 149 149l0r l0r Grenade 4 99 Sewell 1200 148 190 Uye 3 105 W Miller 1035 147 1907 Juggler 4 105 Jas Hensy 1040 147 1900 Beaiicoup 4 101 Creevy 75 148 1913 D Macdonald 7 110 J Wilson 075 140 140Not Not run In 1908 and 1910 No racing in 1911 and 1912 1912In In the handicap for twoyearolds which was second on the card some of the best youngsters iu training iu the East faced the starter August Belmont furnished the winner in Flittergold which led all the way and won easily The favorite Sur ¬ prising in addition to getting a slow start was weakly handled by UIghtmire in the last quarter of a mile Well ridden he might have turned tha tables on the Belmont crack crackThe The Keiituckians scored in the third race also for twoyearolds in which Roamer from the stable of Woodford Clay made a show of his company and drew out with ease to win by four lengths from Delft with the favorite Gallop in third place It was the first starter the Kentucklans have had here and rumor had it that Roamers success meant considerable to those in on the In ¬ formation as it is said that a large commission had been placed elsewhere on him Albert Simons the man with the halter in these parts was on the job when Uoamer was offered for sale and it cost Mr Clay 1005 to protect his youngster youngsterJohnny Johnny Wilson was able to resume riding this afternoon and had several mounts although Donald Macdonald was his only winner Captain Swanson his mount in the first race ran a dull race and afterward it was found that he was a lame horse horseSir Sir William Johnson one of the starters iu the second race is a brother to that good race horse Sir John Johnson He is a real good looker and will probably be heard from after he has raced a few times

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