Davies Success Continues: First Sight Is Returned Winner Of Special Race At Windsor.; Rejuvenated Prince Ahmed Accounts for D. and C. Stakes, but Owner Bedwell Has to Stand a Run-Up to Retain Veteran Son of King Hanover., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-24


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DAVIES SUCCESS CONTINUES FIRST SIGHT IS RETURNED WINNER OF SPEC ¬ IAL RACE AT WINDSOR Rejuvenated Prince Ahmed Accounts for D C Stakes but Owner Bedwell Has to Stand a Run Up to Retain Veteran Son of King Hanover Detroit Mich July 23 Disagreeable weather conditions had but little eifect on the attendance at Windsor this afternoon It was the closing day of the HiKt summer meeting and Detroltcrs taking advantage of the final opportunity of wit ¬ nessing the races braved the threatening weather aud turned out In largo numbers A splendid pro ¬ gram was provided by the management Besides the 1300 D C Stakes there was provided as an attraction a special race for threeyearbids at one mile and an eighth to which the club added 1000 1000The The D C Stakes went to U Bcdwclls Prince Ahmed which beat Blackford a scant length in a driving finish finishThe The Davies stable which had been particularly fortunate during the meeting furnished the winner of the special race hi First Slglit which scored by a half length over the Kentucky Derby winner Doucrail Both horses were under pulnshmcut throughout the last quarter and at the end First Sight proved the gainer The mile and an eighth was run iu 132 132Priuge Priuge Ahmed ran his mile Iu the D C Stakes in 138 which was close to the track record for the distance In his present form with light weight up Prince Ahmed is capable of holding his own in right good company He was a forward contender from the start today and in the homestretch wore Beiiauet down to win goip uwuy uwuyPlate Plate Glass after several disappointing races made good today when he won the first race u dash of six furlongs His victory was no easy one however and It was only In the stretch racing that he overtook the flying Pau Xareta The latter showed a great flight of speed from the start and outran her opponents until well Into the home ¬ stretch She hung on with determined courage and Knapp was forced to give Plate Glass a rousii j finish to beat the filly by a head headOnly Only two favorites won the successful choices being Plate Glass and Black Toney Long shots won a majority of the other races and the layers profited handsomely on the days results resultsW W W Darden lost another of his twoyearolds today bv the selling race route He sent Czar Michael to the post hi the third race The colt was the medium of a plunge aud went to the post favorite The best that Czar Michael could do was to finish third WUIMI he was beaten a horde of haltermen swooped down on the secretarys office and no less than ten claims were put Iu for the colt J W Hedrick secured him iu the drawing at a cost of 050 The other claimants included T P Hayes C K Kowe W Hossig II G Martin Mose Jacobsou P M Civill H GIddings S Louis and W B Carson CarsonKuicrald Kuicrald Gem which beat Czar Michael by a bend was also claimed K J OConnell owner of lie qulem secured her for 950 There waa only one claim tiled for the tilly tillyStarter Starter Dade had some little trouble with tho Held in the D C Stakes Ho kept the horses at the lost for ten minutes an uuusually long time for him and after the race High Private Benanet and Blackford were placed on the schooling list listBehest Behest was also placed on the schooling list today todayPrince Prince Ahmed was bid up 000 over his entered price of 1200 by U G Martin but was retained by owner Bedwell BedwellThe The stewards lifted the suspension against jockey Deronde so as to permit the boy to ride Prince Ahmed Jn the Stake StakeK K 1C Bradley who ships his stable from here to Saratoga today purchased the contract that J B Hespess held on jockey Loftus Boots and Saddle of the Bradley stable will be sent over to Hamilton to fill Ills stake engagement there aud Loftus will go over to ride him himJ J F Schorr has released jockey Buxton and the latter will ride as a free lance for the re ¬ mainder of the season In Canada CanadaA A majority of the stables will leave for Hamilton tomorrow One special train left tonight and two more are scheduled to pull out In the morn ¬ ing

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