J. W. Schorrs Lucky Day: Horses from Memphis Mans Establishment Win Three Stakes at Woodbine, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-26


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J. W. SCHORRS LUCKY DAY HORSES FROM MEMPHIS MANS ESTABLISHMENT WIN THREE STAKES AT WOODBINE. Ed Crump Takes the Juvenile, David Craig the Woodstock Plate and F.dda the Queens Hotel H.indicap— Another Big Crowd in Attendance. Toronto. Out.. May 25. -John Y. Schorr had a field day of it at woodbine this afteraooa. The robin ■■] the Memphis t uri ui:in wore carried t victory in three stake* Bd Cramp winning the -In vemle strikes. David Cral* Ihe Woodstuek Plate and l.d.1.1 the ymiiis Hotel Cop. Bd Crump won his race in easy fashion, beating tin- Beaweil colt. Sir Edgar, by a couple of lengths. David Craigs victory waa unexpected by the boracmea in general, wlni looked to nee Amos Tunnys rappoeed crack, nlii bass, prove an easy winmr. The sialdc COM 11 ctfcma, however, were confident that David Craig wuald show 1 good performance and. under n well-judged ride by Hanover, the Schorr colt beat Water-1 scant length. David Craig was certaialj the Better "l Ihe two this afternoon. On the first tarn be was lammed against the inside mil and .lied to he hopelessly crowded out of it. hi the torn out of the liackstretch lie began to gain on Hie leaden and, in a long, hard «trctch drive. outgsmed the tiring Waterbass. Bxcnaea were made by tin- latter* admirers, who claimed that the cell uas abort. Ihe two probably will meet again on Saturday in the Toronto l up. 1 He w Itstock Plate baa been a fixture since 1886, wln-n Courtolenu won it. Its history since 19INI is give* in the table below: Vear. nTluncr. Wt. Jockey. Val.Time. 1000 Advance Guard. ..127 Ballard $ 830 2:00% IJOl Sannazarro 1L-7 Boland .... 1,088 1:90 1002 it, ,i Kobe 127 Blake l.ooo 1::.7i ItMBi Claude 127 .1. Daly 1,080 1:50% 1901 loit Hunter 123 J. Walsh .. 1,130 1:33 Vi i!Ml.. Tongordcr 127 B. Walsh .. I. loo I:fl9% li.0* Kiith W 112 Farrow 1.170 1 :5s 1901 llalncbance 117 Mr Daniel .. 1,010 1:50% ioO.s Monti liir 100 Goldstein .. 1,820 1:37 IU0U .u Kiaber 112 Mentry .... 2.180 1:55% 1010 Dunnes 112 c Barns. ...1,020 1:55% 1911 /ens 127 C. II. Shllg 2,060 1 :.".» - : l.i-lii .M Life. 117 Lounaby .. 1.71.". 1:63% DlDiKieluirnc 117 C. Turner.. 1,730 1 ." I : 1014 David Craig 117.1. Hanover. 2.368 1:54% lalda wim her race by a length anil a hall. She ■ trailed the leaders lor five furlongs, then assumed [ an easy lead and won with something 111 reserve. The Quecaa Hotel Cap baa been run annually since 1003 ami it- condensed history is as follows: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1003 .Port Royal ...4 ID! Batiste ...$ 510 1 :45% 1904 Latberou :: 101 McCanerty . 9TC 1:42 1005 Misti s 3 04 J.Henderson 648 1:43% 1008 Inferno 4 Km Trenbel ... 570 1:40 1007 Deuce 4 HU McDaniel .. 1.030 1:41% MWS Ucidimsiie ...3 103 Leibcrt 823 1:46 IMW Hid p.. 1 till this year. 1010 Bouquet 5 126 Musgrave .. 845 1:43 mil Cliff Bdge 3 03 . A. Wrispea. 675 1:43% 1012 Cliff Bdge f. 103 C. Tinner.. 720 1 :47V, IHI.1 Baniegal :; loss j. Wilson.. 670 1:45% 1814 Edda 6 107 .1. Hanover. 073 1:13 ■■.-. ■ Dun at one mile until 1986. The best linisli of the aftiTiioo,, came with th. ■ running of the ateeplechune and yoaag Lewis tlarth 1 again furnished the winner, in W. L. Maupins Idle Michael. ihe latter was a distant trailer until ! the last ball mile, when in began to close ami he ■ just ,|.ii manage to gel up in the final stride to win by a bend from Klngeush. Another large crowd wa« in atteadaace and. while • it may 110; have been so great as that of the open - in:; day it was just a- enthusiastic. Their Boyal I Highness?* the Duke and Duchess of Oonaaught, were again pn sent. The Goodwood [Mate, which called for Canadian hied tWO-year-olds, was won in easy fashion by C. s. Campbells l.insin. which bent Harry Baaaett II.. . the brother to Beehive, by three lengths. The latter " is a colt of 111:111 .use size and conformation. He weigh* in the neighborhood of 1.030 pounds. in 1 today* race be van greenly, plopping at the start 1 ami d iH ping Imek. lb closed a big gap ami al the finish was going much taster than the winner. Jockey Butwell returned to New York tonight, a .1-. to be on haul to ride The Masaaerader at i Belmont Dark tomorrow. Incidentally, Ital Parr has refused an offer of 115,008 for Ihe Masqaerader, which was made at Pimlkn on Saturday last. It has been decided not to ship the great three yen aid Luke M Luke to Woodbine to till hi* engagement in the Toronto Cup on Saturday. The colt I will go to Dorval Dark to start in the 820,000 Derby, which will be run daring the June meeting at that ti ack. William Snyder, one of starter Dades assistants, will leave lute Friday night to do the starting on j the opening day at Blue Bonnets. Jockey U. W. Carroll was an arrival this morning. He will ride lor .1. D. Bespesa up here. Secretary Albert Strowger of the Hamilton Jockey Club, was an arrival. He reports that the Hainii ton track is hi splendid condition. Also that the irack three-year-olds, old Roaebad and Luke Mc L11U0. w ill be Marti ra in the Hamilton Derby. There will be a meeting of the stewards of the Canadian Racing Associations on Saturday, when 1 tie rase ol Jockey Eddie Taplin will lie taken up. . together with other important business. Ui rent work outa of horses in training at Woodbine - were as follows: AJal Baaa -Sevea-elghtha in 1:34%. tak Ma Throe quarters in 1:2b. Angustua Heina Three quarters la 1:19. Banjo Jim Mile in 1 :17. Battle Sun; 1 ivc-cighths in 1:01%. Bendel — Half mile in 30. Bessie Latlmci Three-qnartera iu 1:21. • Black Broom Mile in 1:53. Dobb.v I.oyer— Half mile in 52. tapir Sauce live-eighths in 1 : m-i. Captain Ben —Three ipiarters in 1:16%. Captain Elliott — Three-quarters in 1:22 Chief Magistrate Five-eighths in 1:02%. Cliff Stream I In • ■ ipiarters iii 1:18%. Colonel Marchmonl -Three-qnartera iu 1:21. Cohpiitt — Three uiiarters in 1:20. Constituent Five , j-hihs in 1:03%. Double I.a-s II., if mji,. j,, ;,n. Dr l.anick Halt mih in 31. Dnqnesue- Tin. . quarti ra in 1 :18%. Cut. if. Five eightha in 1 :04%. Iloial Dark Fivi eightha in 106%. Elossie Lee Five-eighths in 1 :o7. Gen Ben Ledi- Three-quarters in 1:101 . Hairy Baaaett II. Hall mile in 50. « - Hoffman Mile in 1 :53. Horror Quarter mil. m 2: . Ma Claire 1 uree eightha in 38. loan Three ipiarters in I :22. Jacoma ■flre-eightha in Lor,-.. .1. II. Houghton Three-qnartera In 1:17"- I jhIv Curaon -Half mile In 50. I.oel,:. I Mile ai 1:52%. Martena— Three-qnartera in 1:1". Mou. 1 G. -Five • ihths |n 1 :07. Mis- Cavb Half mile in 34. Petelna Hall mile iii 31 %. Ragman— Tbree-quartera in 1:22. Rock spring — Three -qua itera iu 1:20. Royal Blue — Three-eighth! iu 3U. i I j Sam McMeekin -Three eightha in 35. Sandbar Mile in 1 :45%. Sherlock Holme- Three-qnarten in 1:18%. Sir Edgar Half mile in 3::. Sir L. Joe Half mile in 51%. Splutter Half mile in 56. Sqnooler Half mile in 18%. Star Cift Five eighths in 1:03%. Still Day Half mile in 50%. Stucco Mile 111 1:17. Ya.hlo Peep— Throe-eighths in 35%. and a half mile in 4i, pulled up.

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