Hamilton Derby to be Run Today.: Small Field Named for Opening Feature of Hamilton Jockey Clubs Summer Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-25


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HAMILTON DERBY TO BE RUN TODAY. Small Field Named for Opening Feature of Hamilton Jockey Clubs Summer Meeting. Hamilton, Out., June 24. — The Ha aril ton meeting. usually 01, c ,,1 tin most successful on the Canadian circuit, is scheduled to begin tomorrow. An excel hut program ha- been provided fur the occasion, with the Hamilton Derby as the feature. Like most oi the other Derhys, ii is a dash of one mile and a quarter. There arc only lour carded and two of them, Luke kfcLake and David Craig, are coupled as the Schorr entry. There i- a report that Black Toney will he sent on from Kentucky, but this is doubtful. Luke Mcl.iik is [u - to arrive this evening. David raig is making his first appearance -inei- in- victory iu the s2i.ihiii International Derby it Dorval and he will again meet Waterbass. which he so decisively defeated the last time they met Waterbass will undoubtedly fancy the Hamilton track better than that at Dorvai, hut so will Luke MLuke. and it will not lie surprising to lind the Schorr eatrj first ami 111 nasi at the lama. A great number of horses have been gathered here for the meetmg, over 200 being stabled in the bams adjacent to the track, besides those within the enclosure. The tr.-ok proper appear! to be a hit slower than it was last spring and a little rain would help it greatly. The stable of QcOTgC M. Heiidrie has arrived from Latouia and at the conclusion of the Latonia meetmg a big inilux from Kentucky is looked for. There am some sick horses here. Yesterday Mrs. L. A. Livingstons Lyric Muse died and S-d Mints lo-i the Canadian-bred filly. Venus Daanla. George M. Headrie, who has been ill at his home here tor a w ei k or tin days, is Improving and prob ably will In- able to Ret about and see a few days racing hem. The yearlings that were purchased by trainer John Wallers, for Mr. Ilemlrie. arrived from New York this morning and were sent out to tlic Heiidrie fa 1111. mar here. Jockey 1. Ford was .111 arrival from New York. He will do the riding for the J. W. Fuller stable

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