Upset in Kindergarten Stakes.: Commonada Wins and Consistent Sir Edgar Runs Unplaced Two Purses for H. G. Bedwell., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-04

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UPSET IN KINDERGARTEN STAKES. Commonada Wins and Consistent Sir Edgar Runs Unplaced — Two Purses for H. G. BedwcU. Montreal, Que.. June :;. — Stirring contests were the order at ISlue Boaneta this afternoon. The tiul h.s in a majority of the races found the fields closely bunched and in some of them it was impossible to determine the winner until the numbers were displayed on the official board. In the opening dash, which called for two-year-olds, six of the eleven starters were lapped on one another in passing the judges, with the first three noses and heads apart. The Kindergarten stakes, also for two-year-oMa, found another exciting finish with four of the seven starters weeks and heads apart. The tabled history of the Kindergarten Stakes Is herewith given: Year. Winner. Wt. Jockey. VuL Time. 1:107 Larikiu 108 Diggins ...$ 675 1:01% puis Tony W I8B A. Weber . 675 1:01% MUM Busy lffT MnsariTi . 1,280 11% l»iO Planutess 104 G. Burns.. 1,205 1:05% 1:111 Little Pal 108 C. II. Shilg I,:i00 1:01% IU12 Cock o" the Walk. 10] Lounsberry. 1,180 1:02% IM13 Cannock r. Bayder ... 1,230 1:02% IMI4 Coaaaaorada 115 G. Bums .. 1,835 1KB % Today was a holiday in Canada. It was the Kings birthday and a huge crowd attended the races. II. :. Bedwell furnished two of the win nera in Briar I.iih and flwah. but his representative in the Kindergarten Stakes. Sir Edgar, proved a keen disappointment. The coll ruled favorite .11 the strength of his impressive victory at Wood bine on Saturday lai when he beat a better lot Hi. in he was asked to meet this afternoon. In todays race Sir Edgar was crowded from the star! and never did sac reed in getting dear of interference. The winner turned up in Coiniuonada. which e.ime from behind and after ssakhag a wide turn into the home stretch finished going fast and beat T.kav a neck. The Whitney representative. Tartan, after being shuttled back at the start and lu Ing muck ground closed a big gap and at the end was going fastest of all. The Gallaher Stable put over another good thing when Ken won the opener. Ken hung on wiUl splendid courage under punishment and just lasted to win by a nose. I in- haltenneii are beginning to get busy up lure. Two claims were put in yesterday and this afternoon. J. W. Hedrick secured Nash alter lie was beaten in the last race on Tuesday and A. .1. Stafford took the two-year-old Jefferson, which tin lulled second to Ken in the olcner. Nash cost Mr. Hedrick Sill" aid Mr. Stafford paid . for Jefferson. B. a. Dora intended to claim Arran oat nl" the second race, but he .lid not kin w how to go it. He deposited i;m with the bookkeeper at ihe track for Arran and secured a receipt for the money. lie then went over and kOOk the horse at the conclusion of the races. Winn W. .1. Mclll inurray returned to his stable and found his borne gone be Immediately got out a warrant for Burns arrest on a charge of larceny. The mailer was straightened out this morning, the horse being returned to Mr. Mclllmurray, while Dora got back his *!I20. Jockey Kermath, who was shaken un a bit as a risuii „f Extoas fall in the steeplechase. Is in good condition and will be about again in a couple of days. Albert Bohrback, manager of the Connaugbl Park course in Ottawa, was a visitor at Bine Bonnets this afternoon. A great meeting is looked for at tie Ottawa course this spring, as all of the prominent stables racing in Canada will participate in il. . As a result of the investigation of Keys race nf yesterday. Jockey Kenny lias been suspended by the . stewards. The ring at Ottawa this year will be in charge of ■ Mortimer Maboaey, win. manages the inclosures at all of ihe Important meetings mi the circuit. All of tin- layers doing business at Blue Bonnets ami several who are in New York, have already made application to book at Ottawa this year. Jockey Ambrose arrived from New York this inorn ine, and will put in the remainder of the season in Canada, lie will do the fiat race riding for the ■ M. Daly stable. Dr. McEachran of Montreal, reports the arrival nl his farm of a colt by oiseau out or Destitute, the dam of I.imlesla. Ihe bitter is awe of the crack province brews racing in Quebec.

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