Canadian Owner Wins Stake: Bwana Tumbo Accounts for Caughnawaga Handicap at Dorval-Gossip of Tomorrows Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-12


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CANADIAN OWNER WINS STAKE. Bwana Tumbo Accounts for Caughnawaga Handicap at Dorval — Gossip of Tomorrows Derby. Montreal, Que.. June 11.— A Canadian owner. . S. Campbell, furnished tile winner of todays feature i ace at Dorval Bark, the Canghaawaga Handicap, in Bwana Tumbo. a horse bred in the Ilovince .if Quebec. Bwana Tumbo showed a goad performance in todays effort. He rau close up to the pacemaker in the early stages and, after disposing of the speedy Ian Zarela iu the homestretch, lasted to heat the fast closing Sherwood a head. The latter, one of the most consistent horses on the turf, dnlsbed full of vim and in the last sixteenth was gradually wearing the winner down. As Cabaret. Harry Payne Whitneys racer, was moving up into i contending position, he suffered a hemorrhage and ids rider eased him up. The horse was going well il the time of the mishap and would undoubtedly have been a keen factor. The pace was fast lnoiighout and the six furlongs iu l:14r. marked i new track record for the distance. Tile colors of H. l. Bed well were carried lo victory by Barly Light and Briar Path, both of which were ridden b. Taplin. Early Lights margin ai r Great Priar was only a neck, bin Briar Path had plenty t» spate at the hntah of her race. Nightstick made a show of the lot he was asked lo uieel iu the closing dash, which he won in run I Way fashion. It was a prolitablc day for I he followers of favorites, the afternoons results slew ing rive of the choices tirst at the Intakes, .•lea-aiit weather a. id the goad caul offered drew • nil such a large attendance that il became neces sary lo run an extra special train, which will be •iniuiieil during the remalndei of the meeting. Albert Simons arrived from ISelmoni Park this morning with Black Broom and one or two other eorsee. Black Br will be H. B. Whii-,iev- icpresentativ ■ in 1 he 0,000 Derby lo be run on Saturday. In his last trial. Pennant pulled HP ..line and trainer James Rowe thought it wise I" el up o:i the horse. Several others arc expected from New York tomorrow morning, including Luke d -Luke. Wooden Shoes, Mars Lassidy and Hun otton. The tirst two mentioned are coining to itart in the Derby. R. J. Mackenzies eligible. sun Vega, arrived this morning. Among the dark horses in the big race are David Craig. Silent Pilot and Privet Petal. These three have worked well. Silent Pilot was sent a mile and a quarter it Blue Bonnets yesterday in 2:12 and Privet etal the -anie distance in 2:15. David Craig worked a mile and an eighth at Dorval this morn :ng in 1:68. Waterbass will undoubtedly be Ihe favorite. Preparations have been made by the- club to handle a big crowd on Saturday when il is expected thai the largest gatheiiiig thai ever witnessed a horse race in Quebec will be present. Jockey Hanover was crowded into the fence with Toddling in the lirst race and pulled the horse up. The boys leg wa- bruised some, but he rode out his engagements for the afternoon.

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