Handicap for Thornhill: Belmont Castoff Showing Greatly Improved Form in Maryland, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-06


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HANDICAP FOR THORNHILL BELMONT CASTOFF SHOWING GREATLY IMPROVED FORM IN MARYLAND. AsGume3 Lead at Start of Rennert Handicap and Is Never Headed Between Us Beats He Will in Juvenile Race. Haiti more. Mil., November 5. The greatly improved Thornhill, formerly in the stable of August Belmont, won the Rennert Handicap, a mile dash, which served as the feature of the aftcniDons racing at Pimlico. There were only live starters aud Montrcsor ranked the public choice. Thornhill dashed into the lead right at the start and was never headed. Montresor gave chase for the entire distance aud a furlong from home lie had reached Tliornhills saddle, but Thornhill went on, while Montresor weakened. Iardner was close up to the stretch, where he quit. Kal Parrs Shannon River was winner of the owners handicap steeplechase at two miles and a quarter. Shannon Itiver waited on Golden Vale to Hie last turn, where he went to the front witli a rush and was never afterwards in trouble. Tile racing opened with the defeat of tins heavily supported He Will, from Louis Fcustels stable. He "Wills conqueror was Between Us. a colt bv Golden Maxim, that showed good form at Laurel. He Will rushed into a lead at the start aud showed the way to the stretch, where lie began to lag aud half way down the stretch Between Us was on even terms with hlin. "From there home Between Us had the favorite beaten. Mater, Winner of the seventh race on Wednesday, was bid up 00 over her entered price by Sain Ixiuis and was retained by her owner. F. S. Hack-ott retaliated by claiming HaPenuv from 1. S. l Randolph for ,120. . ...I. H. Louiehime has purchased Uncle Muu from 11. C. Hallenbeck and turned him over to C. F. Clark. Tiie latter handles the horses that I. llyams races. .1. H. Lewis, acting for J. K. Widener, purchased Brosseau from .Mrs. Lathrop Brown. The horse will be shipped to the Wideucr farm near Philadelphia, where he will be wintered. Lt. Atwell of Washington, secured Front Koval from -Jlnckttt. We will be schooled through the Held -air TJeuning this fall with the Idea of making a steeplechaser of him. The apprentice rider, Frank Coleman, after an enforced absence from the saddle, due to an attack of typhoid fever, is up and about again. Andrew Blakeley will look after the lads engagements during the winter season at Charleston and Havana. Amos Turney wired from Latonia that he would arrive here Saturday morning with Ills stable. He will linisli out the Pimlico meeting and will also take in the Havre de Grace meeting, at the conclusion of which he will ship to winter quarters at Beuning. Klitaway was bid up 00 over her entered price by Sain Louis and was retained by her owner.

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