Still Heavy at Saratoga: Waterblossom Defeats Lady Rotha and Lady Teresa in the Alabama Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1915-08-13


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STILL HEAVY AT SARATOGA j WATERBLOSSOM DEFEATS LADY ROTHA AND LADY TERESA IN THE ALABAMA STAKES. Tixy Scores Over Leochares and Wins Her Owner ■ His First Race of the Meeting — Daddys Choice Rewards His Backers — Track Gossip. Saratoga. N. T., August 12.— Mnjor T. . Mi Dow-ells Waterbloesom an added starter, today won the Alabama Stake*, tor thus- year-old tillies. over Lady Rotha and I.ady Teresa, tliv only other ■tarter*. Charter Maid and Badinage were withdrawn, while WaterbtofMom and I.ady Teresa were added. The McDowell tilly was not If f ting sneh formidalde opposition as sile was asked to concede weight to yo-te-r-day. j Slw- was away fnrwardly and. taking the had 1 at once, galloped in front of her opponents all the | way with speed in reserve. Lady Botha was second alter following in closest pursuit throughout. The winner-- share was £1.11.0 net. A handicap at three quarters for the sprinters 1 brought out a small luit event balanced held. : After si me of the most dangerous horses catered were withdrawn Leochares roled as favorit . The Winner turned up in K. T. Wilsons Pixy, which. • showing much speed, ran close to the rail in the best going and maintained a safe lead to the end. Leochares was in the deep going on the outside all I the way and in addition [oat some ground when tormina for boate, bat nnlshed a fast going second. • The victory f Iiy marked the BTSt sacceSS of any of K. T. Wilson- her mi s at the meeting. A aaod thing went over in the lirst race when Daddys Choice, from the Hallenbeck stable, took the measure of a hand of maidens after being well hacked. Feminist heal home Indian Chant and Startling in the fifth race, which was an allowance, • affair. Kilmer, well hacked, failed to get any portion of the parse. The going still remained had and a slight drizzle which continued practically all of the afternoon. forced most of the spectators to seek shelter under r the stand. Quite a few arrivals were noted frees Fort Brie P Including .1. II. Madigin, W. A. Ford, Foss Nichols and Harry Lesser. Tom Keene came over from New York and will endeavor to purchase a few useful racers. Between races Roaster and Basse were worked. The former went a mile and an eighth in preparation II for tile Chainplain Handicap on Saturday. He r.cii " the distance in 1:96%. Rabat ti" lirst mile in 1:41%, and was cased up ai the end. Bulse was sent three epiarters in 1:2:;. The Held for the Chainplain will 1 probably come from the following: Ressner, 132; • Stromholi. 124: Gainer. 114: Biiokhorn. 114: Saratoga. lo4: Watorldos-oiu. l©4; Trial by Jury. 1".".. I W. It. Bagstrom, the well-known bsohanker, who ha- been ailing for several days, was foiled to leave ,. the track and go to his hotel this afternoon. Cock o the Walk was worked by trainer C. T. • rattorson today and showed signs of retaining to his old-time form. Count George Johnstown and Golden Saint belong-ins to II. W. Sage, arrived on the Minnehaha from " England. The Saratoga Special is the next two-year-old d stake and it is to he run Saturday Saratoga workouts, with the track blow, this k morning were: Air Man -Three-eighths in 38%. Beach Comber Five eighths in 1 : .".. Black Coffee -Three-eighths in 39%. Bonnie Tess Five-eighths in 1 n:,. Brooiuvalo Five eighths in 1 :OS. Camellia -Tin eighths in 3g%. Capra -Three-eighth* in 38%. Ohickle— Three-quarters in 1:19. Corsican -Seven-eighths in 1:34 ■■.. Costume Half mile in 53%. DeTonshire Poll Hall mile in •" I Distant Shore- Three-quarters in 1:24% Early Morn — Fire-eighths in 1 :07. Banter Star Half mile in 59k Figinnv Mile in 1 :" s Glendale Half mile in 53%. Groavenor Half mile in 53%. Hauberk Half mile in ".1. Jacobs- Half mile m ..J- Kaskaskia Mile in 1:50%. Kiiimund.v Half mile in .V.. Little Neanr Hall mile in .«•".. Mamie- K. Five-eighths in 1 :"... Marv Warre-n live- eighths in 1:06. Murphy — Half mile in .".4. Past Master Half mile in 58%. p. -bide- Half mile in 33%. Pleione Half mile in 53. Pussv Wilb-w Half mile in 53%. Regret Mile in 1 :57. Beybourn Half mile in 54. Royal Martyr Half mile in .VI. Sharpshooter Three-quarters in I:.:;. Sir John John-- n Half mile in 52%. Sir Vivian Half mile- in 50. Spearhead — Mile in 1:51. Bqueeter -Mile in 1:52%. Star Be* Mile In 1 :." 2. Sun God Tin -e -e-ipuirtc-rs in 1:21. Ten Point Half mile- in ." !. The Finn -Mile in 1 lv Thunderer — Three-quarters in 1:10%. Tow ton Field Half mile in ."el. Virginia M. Five-eighths la l : k;.

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