Selling Races at Windsor: The Card Devoted to the Platers with the Tecumseh Selling Handicap the Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1915-08-21


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i | ■ a I i i I I l 1 1 - 1 I I I 1 : ] i SELLING RACES AT WINDSOR. The Card Devoted to the Platers with the Tecumseh Selling Handicap the Feature. Detroit, Mich, August 20.— The Tecumseh Selling Handicap, a daak of one mile, was ottered as feature bv the Windsor Jockey Club this after-no., n. Aside from this race, ihe card was an ordinary one. the majority of the remaining races being seUIng affairs at sprinting distances. The Tecumseh went t.. E. I!. Elkins Dr. I.arrick, which, making a runaway affair of it, led all the way anil beat fountain fay by a neck in a driving finish. Ihe winner was lucky in escaping a jam. which came on the first turn, where fountain fay was crowded back. At the end fountain fay was wearing the leader down and in a few more strides would have beaten him. Transit stumbled when entering the homestretch and went down behind, but managed to scramble to hi- feet and finished with his rider back in the saddle. Jockey Gentry rode the first three winners, all three of which Won with speed to spare. John Hachineisler. secretary and manager of tic Douglas Park and I.atouia tracks, xvas a visitor lure this afternoon. Mr. Uachmeiater i- on his way home from California. He will leave for Louisville at the conclusion of the Windsor meeting to prepare for the opening of racing at Douglas Park. Edward Trotter this morning purchased the in terest that A. Xowcll held in the horse- Black Broom, A. N. Akin. Hernice and Yolk Lad. These, together with Joe Finn, will ram in the Trotter colors iu the future. P M. Ctvill today purchased the contract that X. K. Moody held on jockey A. Mott. Mr. Chill Intends sending his horses from here lo Kentucky and later on lo New Oilcans. Peter Sheridan, owner of Hack Bay, Venetia and others met with an accident while boarding a COT ii Windsor yesterday. He was knocked down and 1 bruised somewhat, but was sufficiently recovered 1 this morning to leave SI. Marys hospital, where be Was taken after the mishap. T. II. Rvku was an arrival this morning. It was his first appearance on n Canadian track this year. His tillv. Agnes L. arrived from Latonia this morning, after being three days on the cars. U. M. Hemlries good hone Great Britain, has been entered in all the long-distance races to be ■ run during the fall meetings in Kentucky. At 1 print nt trainer John Walters is going along slowly with the horse. Jockey frank Murphy, under contract to K. P.. Klkins. will be married in the Catholic church at I Windsor tomorrow t« Miss McDennott of Cincinnati. ■ The apprentice rider. T. Hayes, will leave tOt California Immediately following the close of the e Windsor meeting. He will be accompanied to tin-coast e bv hi- father. M. J. Hayes, who will lie remembered as one of the old guard turfmen in the e tar west. News from jockey Jackson, who at present is at t his home in Covington. Ky., is that he is rapidly y recovering from injuries sustained at Hamilton. His s left arm has entirely healed and 1.1s right arm is s out of lhe . cast and doing well. Jackson hopes to 0 be able to ride at the Douglas Park fall meeting. .Nothing new has developed in the jockey Teahan-J. i- J. Byaa case and the matter stands just where e it was at the conclusion of the last meeting of the e stewards of the Canadian Racing Associations, which 1, means that Ryan is in good standing, while Teahan n -till stand- suspended. Secretary Xorthey. of the Montreal Jockey Club, who is here in the interests of his coming meeting, will return to Montreal Saturday night. He reports |" preoneeta exceedingly bright for the coming meeting at Klue Ronnets. Twenty nnituel machines have lieen installed in a the new lietting shed at Dorval Park and it has s been definitely decided t. adopt this system of ,r wagering lor the fall meeting.

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