Ends Under Cloudy Skies: Havre De Grace Meeting is Brought to a Successful Close., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-06


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ENDS UNDER CLOUDY SKIES HAVRE DE GRACE MEETING IS BROUGHT TO A SUCCESSFUL CLOSE. Mud Runners Get Chance to Win Purses on Getaway Day — Pardinr Takes Susquehanna Handicap and Batwa Loses Firse by Disqualification. Havre de Grace, M«l.. May 5 —The rhaabng day of Hie Harford Agricultural and Breeder* Asdeela- tiou spring meeting was mrked by a large at tendance. The IHcS were run IlllJer threatening cloud- and n. r a sloppy track. Scratches Were uuiuetona. In! tlu- upon was keen .uicl spiritc.i. reral of Ike tin:-Ins being --los... in law feature race, the Susquehanna Handicap. l*anWrr anil Kc publican passed tin- judges :o ehme together thai i! h.tiktl like I dead Ileal. 111. olhcial placing lave lac race ti the Bedwell harae. Republican showed a line turn of speed and led li.v what Bp pealed |o he a sale margin into the h.iinestreteli. in Hie iieai furlong Pardaer came along, and finish ing reSOiutelj. jut did manage I.. H up in time to beat the taring leader Flying Fabry, the favorite, raced diaappoiutini l.v. She shewed a dash of early speed, but quit alums! to I walk ill the last tin lone,. the second disqualification of the meeting came all, i Batwa had tiufched first in the fifth race, a dash of three -quarters for selling platers. Batwa aim- from behind and ua- going away from his opposition at the end. Incision, which was had h.g tin tli turn out of the back tretch. was Jump d iu and li amstmag. The atrol Judge reported that Batwa Was responsible for a jam which occurred on tin- far turn, where lie bare over to the inside just as lie was making his bid. The change in tic- placing rare Dr. Dougherty first money. Mi.-s .Moments second, ami Salesia third. Incision was destroyed after the race. A. V. Foulk has bought Fanehette from aid. •. M. Walker nnd she will be raced over the lialf-nnie li.nl,. After the running of the Perryvlllc Belling stakes es1ciila. Jesse Jr.. which finished second to Surgeon. ,.nii, ehiinied from .1. W. Ileclric k. Jr.. for ,200. Ifci .1. L. .Holland. -*,-■ ™ Willi Iarloi Hoy finished second to Louise Travels vesierilav. be was claimed from .]. A. Chipps. by II. i. Bedtvell. for ,100. Four of the August Belmont horses were ■kipped direct from here to Belmoal 1ark. when- they will be fitted for the opening of I lie Westchester Asso ciations meeting. li. D. Bedweil has decided to leave Marjorie A. the man- that was injured ill the Philadelphia Handicap. Llwah and several of his other horses at Havre de Grace while the PiatUca meeting bt in progress. F. .1. i refer will ship his string from here to Toionto to await the op-nine; id the season there. Amos Tiiriiey is another owner who has announced that he will ship his horses to Toronto, though i: is thought likely he will keep Walelbass hen- for ids engagement in the PreakaeM Handicap to be inn at Pnatleo. The horses of Samuel Ross. Washington s|x rts man. thai are in the can- of trainer Krooks. will be shipped to BeunlBg. It was reported today that his good horse. Dr. Daewacr, was in rather a bad way and that it may be a considerable time before he race*. J. W. Hedrtck. Jr.. secured Sal.m this after noon from Miss A. M. Marroue by the claiming process for . Jockey Pickett was fined $.-, by the stewards for rough riding in the fifth race, in which he had the UK ill 1 1 1 on lie- disqualified Batwa.

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