Marjorie A. Recovers Her Speed.: Bedwell Mare Leads All the Way in Handicap at Fort Erie and Is Easy Winner., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-13


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MARJORIE A RECOVERS HER SPEED Bcdwcll Mare Leads All the Way in Handicap at Fort Erie and Is Easy Winner Buffalo N Y August 12 Accidents that for ¬ tunately did not result seriously somewhat marred tlie sport at Fort Erie this afternoon Jockey L Howard the rider of the juniper Frijolee in the steeplechase race received a nasty fall and was carried to the emergency hospital at the track where he was revived while iu the sixth race which was for maiden jockeys T Fryer the rider of Con Carne and L Smith who had the mount on Cedar Brook went down on the far turn Both escaped with nothing more than a severe shaking up upThere There was no real feature set for decision this afternoon but despite this tlie program was pro ¬ ductive of some interesting racing with favorites second choices and wellsupported outsiders earning brackets bracketsIn In tlie running of the steeplechase handicap for threeyearolds and upward over the short course Mrs A M N Singers Knniskillcn romped home an easy winner two and n half lengths in advance of Gun Cotton the second choice Luckola the early pacemaker after running out on the last turn of the Held lauded the small end of the purse H purseH G Bedwells Prince of Melbourne Uaiment mare Marjorle A showing some improvement cantered home an easy winner in the threequarters of a mile handicap The Widow Moon ruled favor ¬ ite and although vigorously ridden by Kederis could never get within striking distance of the winner Six lengths separated The Widow Moou and Ipright the third horse Marjorie A iu her pre ¬ vious effort was delicieut in early speed but today she cut out her own pace and made a show of her company to win under a stout pull The good thing of the race Mediator was never prominent prominentJ J B Respess Marathon filly Patience graduat ¬ ed from the maiden ranks when she beat au ordinary band of juveniles in the opening race Crystiawogi at the remunerative odds of 1 to 1 scored in the race for horses foaled iu Canada and Tactics re ¬ peated his winning performance of yesterday by scoring with consummate ease over the favorite Husky Lad and Miss Jonah J W Hedricks Che ¬ mulpo ridden by F Merchant lauded the race for maiden jockeys jockeysThe The stable of Robert Davies of Toronto will be shipped to Saratoga at the conclusion of tlie current meeting forsuking tin Canadian circuit until the fall meeting at Toronto TorontoTrainer Trainer John Nixon will in all probability point tlie speedy Plaudit Sally K ttlly Southern Maid for the rich Futurity for which she is eligible Horsemen who have seen the filly race on tlie cir ¬ cuit are of the unanimous opinion that she is one of the best twoyearolds of the season and that she has a royal chance of winning the big event Mr Davies will make every effort to have jockey William Knapp restored to favor in order that he may have the Futurity mount on the tilly tillyJohn John W Schorr is another who will forsake these parts His extensive establishment will be shipped to Saratoga tomorrow In tlie consignment will go Hamilton David Craig Leochares the crack two yearold Vaiidergrift and three twoyearold maidens It is the intention of Mr Schorr to dis ¬ pose of the last named during the meeting at the Springs lie has decided to turn out Frogleg Kdda and Star Charter and they will be shipped to his farm near Louisville LouisvilleStarter Starter William Murray who sent the fields away during the recent Dufferin Park meeting was among the arrivals at tlie track this afternoon afternoonA A M Orpeu of Toronto was also an interested spectator spectatorCharles Charles Ceila and Sam Adler arrived from St Louis and will remain for the closing days sport sportodiac odiac was claimed out of the opening dash by Francis J Pons for 100 100W W W Darden is negotiating for the purchase of the twoyearold Czar Michael from J W Hed riek who got him by the claiming process during the recent Windsor meeting

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