Harry Shaw Narrowly Escapes Defeat, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-06


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HARRY SHAW NARROWLY ESCAPES DEFEAT. Baltimore Md.. October 5. A field of only four faced the started in the feature race at Dowie, a dash or seven furlongs for all ages. It. J. Allisons Saiii Hand Dell colt. Harry Shaw, was returned the wiuuer over Celto arter a hard drive. Harry Shaw was held throughout the wagering at odds-on. The Dusybody set the early pace, closely followed by the winner, and when the stretch turn was reached. Carroll carried Harry Shaw to the outside fence. 1 losing inaiiy lengths. However, Louder rode a desperate tiuish and Harry Shaw was drawing away from the others at every jump. The track was in fast condition in spite of Suiidav nights rain. Large fields faced the starter iii most of the races. Several of the finishes were or the nerve straining sort and brought outbursts of enthusiasm trom the large crowd present. Two of the six choices scored, these being Bendol and Harry Shaw. Jockey II. Wolfe was allowed to accept mounts today by Presiding Judge Murphy. Hie boy was included with four others on Saturday who were refused permission to accept mounts. lie produced a license which showed that he was in good standing with the Jockey Club and, after reeoivng a warning from the stewards as to listless riding in the future, he was permitted to make engagements. The first runup of the meeting occurred after Humiliation scored in the third race. lie was advanced from his entered price of 00 to SCO-!, at which ligure he was retained by the stable. C. N. Freeman was responsible for the bidding. Jockey Dyrne and Dutwell were among the arrivals today and both had mounts during the afternoon, the latter ridiug fcr A. D. Parr and Bvrue for Larry Carey. M. C. Lewis was an arrival today and joined the ranks of the layers.

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