Billy Frews Stake Race: Proves an Easy Winner of the Provincial Nursery Stakes at Blue Bonnets, Daily Racing Form, 1915-09-08


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1 1 1 j 1 , 1 , 1 1 , , I I I 1 I i » I i I ; 1 1 • ; , I , 1 1 , ■ - ; I I "» » I I I • • 1 BILLY FREWS STAKE RACE PROVES AN EASY WINNER OF THE PROVINCIAL NURSERY STAKES AT BLUE BONNETS. Faker Adds Another Steeplechase to L. W. Garths Long List of Triumphs — Enoch Wishard Anxious for the War to End— Track Talk. M .ntreal. Que.. September 7. — Billy Frew, run-Umg in the eaten of Kenneth I. Dawes, was returned an easy winner of the Provincial Nursery Slakes al Dine Bonnets this afternoon. The con ditions of the Provincial Nursery call for two yen olds bred in II. e province of Quebec, and i is one of the annual fixtures of the fall meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club. There were six starters in todays running of the race and Billy Crew was an odd--. hi favorite. He was ridden by iohlslein. sprinted into a long lead in the first eighth and won in a canter. The live-eighths were run in 1:02. a aew record for the stake. This was its seventh running and Qolahtola has the distinction of piloting three of its winners. As an Incentive to the breeders of the Province of Quebec, the Provincial Nursery was instituted in 1000 and is exclusively for two-year-olds foaled. raised and owned in the Province of Quebec. Its coailr nncd bhrtorj c Hows: Year. Winner. Wl. Jockey. Val. Time. 1000 Larente 115 P. Goldstein.! 425 1:0:n-. 1010 Sans Droit 115.1. Wilson .. 450 1:04% 1011 Floral Crown ..118 G. Burns ... 4so 1 ;oo ■•. 1012 Irish Heart 115 I . McCarthy 630 1 :o4 10i:: Sandy 115 Skirvin .... 055 1:02% 1014 Lady Spemlrifi. . 1 15 P. Goldstein. 820 1:03% 1913 Billy lrew lisp. Ooldstein. 775 1:02 The three-year-olda steeplechase proved easy far I.. W. Oarths laker, which was ridden by 1. Williams, and led throughout. Riifto began slowly, but moved ui gamely on the second turn of the held and made several ineffectual efforts to get lo the leader. He ouljumped 1aker. but the latter showed the most speed. Iaker took two seconds off the track record for a mile and a half. Showers came after the running of the fourth race, but the rain did no more than lay the dust. Jockey Cral was suspended by the starter for two days for disobedience at the post. . K. Cons received word from his brother. C. J. Pons, that th. two-year old tilly, Boneros First. In -jmed al Windsor, is recovering. The nine yearlings at the Cons farm have lieen taken up and will be shipped to New Orleans in December. nark Wlaaara, mall known to race goer* a- the trainer of the formidable Drake dates stable several years ago. which included, among other good hones, Ort Wells, is lure visiting John J. MeCafterty. He came from Indiana. When he has a farm. He is anxiously awaiting the close f hostilities in Kurope s.. he may return to France ami reaaaae 1 1 i — proles sion as a trainer. When he returns to Europe he probably will be accompanied by McCaffertv. The latter made three trips abroad and each time made arrangements to return. His first trip to Franc. was in 1000 and. before returning to this eountrv. he promised Willard Davis, who trained a big string for M. Picard. to return and accept a [Hisition as trainer. The day lie arrived in this country two of his horses won at Saratoga and this influenced him to stay here. He was again offered a position by C. C. Howland as trainer-manager for the imperial stable of Russia. This position had a retainer of ,000 besides expenses from New York for himself and a companion, also a percentage of the earnings of the stable. McCafferty had thirty horses of his own in training and was forced to decline the offer, lie has arranged, however, to take the plunge this time and will accompany Wishard when the latter returns to franco. It was Sam I-ouis and not William Walker who boosted Corsiean yesterday. Several owners, who shipped from Saratoga to Blue Bumets. have decided to finish the season on the Canadian circuit. Anions; them are R. F. Carman and W. T. Anderson, who will ship over to Horval. and at the conclusion of that meeting go to Wcohine in Toronto. Besides his own horses Mr. Anderson has those of A. L. Aste and a division of the Man-one Stable. B. L. Cole left with his stiing for Toronto last night and several more will ship from here to Wi ■ ilbine Friday. William Walker claimed Egmont vesterdav for 1880. Willie Martin, who disposed of jockey Coopers contract yesterday contemplates retiring from racing for 1 time. He will dispose of all but one of his horses at auction Saturday. lie will send Flv Home to the C.edwell farm in Maryland to be turned out until next spring. Martin lias arranged to spend the winter months at the Newman ranch in Texas and may arrange to lake up some Newman yearlings next spring. At Blue Bonnets, on a fast track, good work outs Were: Between Us — Three Quarters in 1 : 1 r. -. . Briar Cath — Five eighths in 1:02-.-.. Broom Corn Half mile in 68%. Eddie T. — Five-eighths in 1 :i 7. rearoek— Three-quarters in 1:17. Cold Cap — Three -eighths in 38. Ooldon List Three-eighths In 38*3. lleirmaua — Half mile in 48%. Lady SpiritneUe Half mile in 51. Locale] -Five-eighths in 1:07. Lather Mile and an eighth in 1:56. Ceggy L. Three-quarters in 1:10. Perpetual -Half mile in 52. Ra .. Light Three-eighths in 38. Bed lire Mile in 1:45. Kuhicon II. live eighths in 1:66. sir Blaise -Three quarters in 1:15; mile In 1:44. Sir Valentine —Mile la 1 : 47. Slipper Day -Half mile in 5o.

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