Another Stake for Donald Macdonald: Owner of Consistent Old Son of Sombrero and Berriedale Has to Stand Big Runup, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-12


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i i : . , ; I ; ANOTHER STAKE FOR DONALD MACD0NALD. Owner of Consistent Old Son of Sombrero and Berriedale Has to Stand Big Runup. Baltimore, Mil., October ll.--Old Donald Mac-donald, J. L. Hollands consistent gelding, with onlv 90 pounds in the saddle, won the stake feature at "Laurel this afternoon. It was the Anne Arundel Selling Stakes, one mile and an eighth. The race was worth ,900 to the winner, but 1,300 of the winners share was taken away by the bidding up process. C. C. Smithsou, who had Colonel Cook in the race, ran Donald Macdonald up to ,900 from his entered price of 1913.sh00. There has beeu hardly a selling race run at this meeting in which fair horses were entered that has not profited the association. In the opening dash, a two-year-old affair, I he winner. Brave Cunarder, running for II. G. l.edwell, was bid up 00 over his entered price of ?1,000, Sam Louts doing the bidding. Both Donald .Macdonald and Brave Cunarder were protected by their owners. Donald Macdonald was a strong choice In the stake race and he won comfortably. After being reserved until the turn for home was reached, he commenced to pick up his horses and, when straightened out, lie took a good lead which he held. 11. E. Watkins furnished the second and third horses in Blackford and Barnegat. bilt it is not improbable that Cadeau would have beaten them both but for au accident a sixteenth of a mile from the lluish. Cadeau was running along the rail in fourth place and going fast when she stumbled and fell. Jockey Neander, her rider, was knocked out for a time, but recovered quickly when taken to. the jockeys room. The mile and an eighth was run in 1:52. Adams Express, after having been away from the races for a long time, made his first appearance at the meeting. He was coupled with Impression as the Hallenbeck entry in the fourth race and the big Adam iiorse won by the narrowest of margins. The stable expected to win with Impression, but Lochiel, the Bedwell entry, hooked up with Impression at the start and ran the latter into exhaustion in the first three-quarters. This took a lot out of Lochiel and when Adams Express challenged after Impression bad quit, Lochiel was unequal to the task of standing off the son of Adam. .Matt J. Winn, who has been in Kentucky for several days, returned this morning and will remain here for the rest of the meeting. For the season of 1914, the yuincy Stable promises to be one of the truly good ones. At Sheepshead Bay now this stable has nine yearlings quartered and they are as likely a lot of young tnorouglibreds as may be found in any :one string. Of the Jot, there is a candidate for the Epsom Derby in a son of Duke of Ormonde and Rcticella that was purchased at the Maedonough sale held at Sheepshead Bay early last month. This fellow was obtained at "a bargain and after the sale a liberal advance was offered for his return, but it was decided to keep him. The Quincy Stable had laid plans for an extensive fall campaign and to that end first call was obtained on that skilful lightweight rider, Johnny McTaggart. Unfortunately these plans were knocked in the head when all of the horses were taken sick. They will probably be seen at the Charleston meeting, that Is, such of them as come back. Dr. Henry McCarthy, the paddock veterinarian at Havre de Grace and Laurel, has been appointed to till a like iosition at Charleston. L. Marlines two-year-old Walters has been on the ailing list since his recent vietoy. Sam Louis purchased Penniless and Lace from Wayne O. .Toplin this morning. Recent work-outs over the Laurel track were as follows: Adams Express Half mile in 51. Aware Seven-eighths in 1:34. Bob R. Seven-eighths in 1:35. Bulgar Three-quarters in 1:25. Camellia Five-eighths in 1:00. Campeon Three-quarters in 1:19. Charlcstonian Three-eighths in 30. Deduction Three-quarters in 1:20. El Mahdi Half mile in 53. Flying Yankee Five-eighths in 1:03. Frederick L. Half mile in 51. Frontier Three-quarters in 1:21. Fuzzy Wuzzy Three-quarters in 1:19. Greuida Half mile in 52. Homecrost Mile in 1:53. Irish Boy Three-eighths in 39. J. II. Houghton Mile in 1:48. Kingly Three-quarters in 1:21. Lord Ladas Five-eighths in 1:04. Lyric Muse Three-eighths in 39. Marie T. Five-eighths in 1:07. Master Joe Three-eighths in 37. Melville Half mile In 52. Mohawk Maid Half mile in 51. Noble Grand Three-quarters in 1:17. Orbed Lad Three-quarters in 1:20. Perth Rock Five-eighths in 1:03. Itoamer Five-eighths in 1:00. Servicence Three-quarters in 1:25. Sherlock Holmes Three-quarters in 1:21. Star Gift Half mile in 50. Susan B. Five-eighths in 1:08. Thelma J. Five-eighths in 1:05. Trade Mark Half mile in 52. Valkyrie Three-quarters in 1:15. Veneta Strome Three-quarters in 1:22. Zodiac Five-eighths in 1:00.

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