Connaught Parks Meeting Finished.: Fountain Fay Defeats Kingly in the Chateau Laurier Handicap Because Best Ridden., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-24


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CONNAUGHT PARKS MEETING FINISHED Fountain Fay Defeats Kingly in the Chateau Laurior Handicap Because Best Ridden Ottawa Out June 23 The closing day of the Conuaught Park meeting attracted a large gathering to the track The program was a well balanced one with the Chateau Lanrier Handicap 100 added as the feature The conditions of the race called for a journey of one mile and a sixteenth Tile race furnished a gocd contest the winner turn ¬ ing up in the Thorucliffc Stables Fountain Fay which came from behind in the stretch and wearing the favorite Kingly down just managed to get up in tlie final stride to win by a nose Kingly ran a capital race and probably would have won had Kennedy ridden a stronger liiiish Kingly was out ¬ run to the tirst turn where lie was taken to the outside and on the backstretch he was rushed to the front He withstood a challenge from Fountain Fay while rounding the far turn and drew away into an easy lead at the eighth post Then Ken ¬ nedy evidently thought that he had the race won as he took his mount under slight restraint and Kingly slowed down Close finishes were the order the winners in a ma ¬ jority of the races scoring by small margins Jockey marginsJockey Ural who arrived from New York yester ¬ day neglected to put in an application for a license at yesterdays meeting of the Canadian Uacing Asso ¬ ciations which means that he will be unable to ridu at Hamilton yIt develops that there will l o uo meeting of the rfteVards of the Canadian Racing Associations at yjamilton The next meeting is scheduled for July CSat Fort Erie and many of the cases that came iip at Ottawa were passed over until then for linal Consideration ConsiderationSteward Steward Joseph A Murphy announced that jockey F Coleman had been suspended for an unsatisfactory ride on Jabot The lad lias not been taking much interest in his work of late and yesterdays action will likely brace him up a bit bitII II S Newman and Henry McDaniel shipped the horses in their charge to Hamilton immediately after the races this afternoon by express A special train made up of fifteen cars carrying horses left Connaught Park at S oclock tonight for Hamilton William Walker and S R Howscr have decided to rest their horses and save them for Fort Erie Mr Walkers twoyearold Larklu bids fair to make good the tilings expected of him this spring lie won two races at Coiinaught Park and showed him ¬ self a game colt Larkin is a brother to that useful plater Workbox WorkboxAt At the recent meeting of the stewards the ban was lifted from the Canadianbred colt Hearts f Oak Trainer Harry G hidings promises to correct the colt of Ills bad habits at the barrier

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