Long Shots Score At Havre de Grace., Daily Racing Form, 1913-09-27


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LONG SHOTS SCORE AT HAVRE DE GRACE Baltimore Md September 25 Overnight races made up the card at Havre de Grace this after ¬ noon and while they furnished some good racing there were several upsets The main race on the card was it handicap at six furlongs and Samuel Ross furnished the winner in Dr Duemier which won at the liberal odds of 2r to 1 Sprite and Superintendent ruled the choices for the race and Sprite led by a irood margin to the last sixteenth where Dr Dueimer caught her and drew out to win by a length and a half Superintendent was hard ridden all the way and never could get closer than third thirdJockey Jockey Callahan was suspended for the rest of the meeting for rough riding in the fourth race Johnny raceJohnny McTaggart piloted three winners in Hedge Rose Ann Tilly and Trade Mark The first two won at good prices pricesFrom From present indications there will be close to SOO horses available for the Laurel meeting which follows Havre de Grace The stables of H P Whit ¬ ney H G Bedwell and F C Frishie will he shipped from here on Sunday while on Monday the horses of It T Wilson and U I Miller will be sent Tuesday will see the shipment of the strings of A J Goldsborough J Fitzsimmons J O Talbott W I Carson W T Anderson and W O Joplin On Wednesday the horses of Archie Zimmer T F Ryan W H Karrick Oneck Stable R E Watkins and William Garth will he sent while Capt Cassatt will ship his string over on Thursday The horses of J E Widener which are all steeplechasers have already arrived at the track having been sent from Philadelphia Arrivals from Canada are Harry Uites M Daly E Minter Harry Shannon J J McCauley C Reed W C Weant J Ran ¬ dolph L If Short and R V Haymaker arrived yesterday from Vancouver with their strings while Pat Gallagher brought his stable from Saratoga Thirteen stalls have lieen reserved for the horses of Mrs L A Livingston which are due to arrive in a few days daysSelling Selling race activities were continued again today Silver Moon which won the first race for Thomas Fortune Ryan was bid up by R G Martin owner of tho second horse Hasson and the stable had to pay 9005 to buy her In William Cahlll hid up Hedge Rose in the second and it cost Ernest Utter back 205 to retain him J L Holland had to pay S 05 to retain Trade Mark when C C Suilthsou bid her up upTwo Two attempts were made to work Cock o the Walk after the mining of the third race but lie appeared sour The lirst time he went three fur ¬ longs and then eased up and on the next trial he pulled up at the end of a quarter He was then taken back to the stable

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