High Noon in Smart Performance: One of James Butlers Two-Year-Olds Wins All Aged Handicap at Laurel, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-13


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HIGH NOON IN SMART PERFORMANCE. Ono of James Butlers Two-Year-Olds Wins All Aged Handicap at Laurel. Baltimore, Md., October 12. James Butler continued his winning streak at Laurel Park this afternoon when, iu the Columbus Handicap, six furlongs, for all ages, his two-year-old High Noon defeated the Montpelier Stables tleet filly, Hester Prynne, with the other Butler entry. Comely, In third place. Comely has been heralded as the best filly of the season, but her showing this afternoon was not up to her previous performances. High Noon and Comely were the leaders, to the stretch turn, where Hester Prynne passed Comely and thereafter Borel apparently made little effort with the latter. Hign Noon, however, always had.the race safe and won well in hand. The nice was an excellent one from a time standpoint, the winner running the six furlongs in 1:12. S. C. Hildreth wjll winter the Belmont horses at Sheepshead Bay. The nineteen yearlings that were broken and tried out at Saratoga were shipped to the Hildreth quarters at the Bay on Thursday last and at the conclusion of the Maryland meetings all of the older horses will be sent to- the Long Island track. Hildreth will occupy his handsome home at the Bay which has been closed since he left for France a couple, of years ago. J. Simon Healy arrived at Laurel from Locust Valley with the Captain Cassatt horses. They will finish out the season in Maryland, then will bu sent to the Chesterbrook farm near Philadelphia. Domiuick Kinuey arrived from Toronto witli the sprinter. Fort Monroe. He is stabling at Benniug. Fort Monroe is destined to be a steeplechaser. Charles O. Smith was among the arrivals, as was also Fred Auerbach. Tho latter is here completing arrangements for the meeting to be held at Charleston, which is scheduled to begin December 1. An arrangement has been entered into between the Charleston management and H. D. Brown whereby the two meetings will not conilict. According to present plans, the meeting iu Havana will immediately follow, the close of mat at Charleston and couj! tlnue for about sixty days. The stake book of the1 Havana meeting will be distributed amoug tlie horsemen on Wednesday. W. L. Oliver will race a division of his stable at the winter tracks, including Abbotsford and Lord Lcightou. They will be sent to Charleston and Cuba. M. F. Sheedy, who raced, a small string in Cuba several years ago, will send his eutlre string to Havana.- Among the horses that Walter House has taken up for John O. Talbott that have been turned out all .summer are-Chas. . F. GraiiigcrT.EarI of Savoy, Page White and Republican. Palanquin will not be taken upuntll next spriug. Monocacy and Elkridge will also, lip left at the farm in New Jersey until next year n the hope that the rest will enable them to come back to the races in sound condition. House will take twenty-live horses to Charleston, four of the lot being yearlings, Including one by Heno, two by Gloritier and one by The Commoner. A. C. Bellqw. a well-kuown western trainer, whose home was in Kentucky, died at the Mercy Hospital yesterday as a result of an operation for gallstones. The two-year-old General Villa, owned by P. J. Coleman, died yesterday of fever contracted while being shipped here from Canada.

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