Saratogas Filly Stakes: Malachite Proves Victress in Thirty Sixth Alabama Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1916-08-11


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SARATOGAS FILLY STAKES MALACHITE PROVES VICTRESS IN THIRTY-SIXTH ALABAMA STAKES. Watcrtown Captures Another Steeplechase Royalist Wins for Mr. Sanford W. J. Young Takes His First Race of Meeting with Bingen. t AralOga, X. Y.. August 10. August Belmonts hwycar-oM filly Malachite accounted for the lMtand-estnblishcd Alabama Stakes at oik; mile :mcl vm eighth, run today for the thirly-sixtli time, ver the best of her ago that could be mustered. Shi; wis held in high esteem by the speculators and, at the weights, was much the best, but during the early running gave her supporters much con-cru, being cut oh" repeatedly, and was finally TWtfil to be taken to the outside, thereby losing InHth ground. She finished with ran; gnineness and lVew out in the last sixteenth to beat Sprint easily, with Jaeoba leading the others. Kathleen showed high tqceil in the early running, but her heavy impost t 125 pounds, coupled with a dislike for the Iwse sandy track here, caused her to tire in Vho Stretch racing. . Todays was the thirty-sixth running of the Alabama Stakes, the condensed history of which is as follows: Year. Winner. "Vt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1872 Woodbine 107 Gradwell ..,050 2:0f, 1873 Minnie W 107 ronton 3,050 2:01 Regardless 107 Sparling ... 3,100 2:004 X875 Olitipa 107 Evans 2,800 2:00. X87i Merciless 107 Sparling ... 2,850 2:00 J8H Susquehanna 107 llayward .. 3,450 1 :57i 1S78 Belle IIS llayward .. 2,800 1:59 1870 Fcrida 113 Hughes 3,300 2:011 1880 Glidelia 113 W. Donohue 2,000 2:00 1881 Thcra 113 W. Donohue 1,450 l:59i 1882 II. of Runnyniedell3 3,250 2:08 18815 Miss Woodford ..113.1. McLhlin. 3,050 1:57. " ISS1 Tolu 113 Blaylock .. 3,500 2:01 1.885 Ida Hope 113 I. Murphy.. 3,225 1:5! 18S0 Millie 113.1. McLhlin.. 3,550 1:59. 18S7 Grisetlc 108 West 3,000 2:00". " 1888 Bella 15 115.1. McLhlin. 3,075 1:58 1889 Princess I5owling.HU I. Murphv.. 2,050 2:03. 1800 Sinaloa II 113 Barnes 3,750 l:5f,iT ISM Sallie McClelland.112 Anderson .. 2,075 2:05 1882 Ignite 112 Clayton ... 2,475 1:57. 1807 Poetess 114 C. Thorpe.. 1,125 2:00 1901 Morningside lli X. Turner.. 1,900 1:47 1902 Par Excellence. ..lit! Itedfern ... 3,850 1:47 1003 Stamping Ground.llO Fuller 4,025 1:55 1004 Beldame 124 ONeill 3,850 1:53 1005 Tradition 121 W. Davis . 4,850 2:15 1001 Running Water. .110 W. Miller.. 3,850 1:52 1007 Kennyetto 115 Xotter 3,850 1:54-, 100SMayfield KM CILShiFg. . 3.850 2:01 1009 Maskette 121 Scoville ... 3.850 1:50 1010 Ocean Bound 124 CILShiFg. . 3,850 1:55 1313 Flying Fairy ...113 T. Davies.. 1,455 1:55 1014 Addie M 113 C. Bgame.. 1,740 1:51 1915 Waterhlossom ...12! E. Martin.. 1.100 1:57 1910 Malachite 109 L. Lykes .. 1.720 1:51 Discontinued from 1803 to 1901. .Stamina finished first, but was disqualified for foul. Intil 1901 the distance was 1 1-8 miles. In 1901. 1902 and 1903 it was 1 1-10 miles; in 1905, 1 5-10 miles; in 1004 and 1900, 1 1-S miles. No racing in 1911 and 1912. Gwyn Tompkins accounted for another of the steeplechases when Watortown came home in advance of Stonewood after a spirited duel that lasted for practically the final round of the field. Otto Floto, which had been a leader for part of the way, eliminated himself when he ran out of the course at the tenth hedge. Xorthwood, the other starter, bad lost his rider at the first obstacle. Otto Floto resumed the course at the point where he had run out and finished in time for third money. Cloudy weather and a refreshing breeze made for ideal racing conditions and was responsible for a big attendance. Betting action, particularly in the clubhouse, was brisk throughout the afternoon. Those with a liking for favorites began in auspicious fashion when Royalist won the opener. Defenses victory in the third race was gained in sensational style, as she stumbled soon after the start anil had to go all around the others, ultimately wearing Serenest down in the stretch. W. .1. Young won his first purse of the meeting when Bingen beat a band of maiden youngsters in easy fashion in the fiftii race. He was entered to be sold for 00 and II. Fink secured him on his bid of ,100. Dr. Williams arrived last night from his farm near Hopkinsville, Ky., in advance of his twelve yearlings, sired by Zens, that will be sold at auction here next Monday. The younger stable attaches here will participate in an indoor athletic exhibition tomorrow night at the Y. M. C. A., under the hitters auspices, and that of a delegation of trainers, including W. H. Karrick, .1. Simon Healy, Frank Regan, T. .1. Henley and II. Lewis. The affair is engaging considerable attention and promises to be well attended. A. B. Hancock, well-known owner and proprietor of the Ellerslie Stud, was among todays arrivals. Jockey A. Collins sustained an injury to his foot last night, by being crowded against the fence while astride Killauua. It will keep him out of the saddle for several days. Jockey T. McTaggart was at the track this afternoon and stated that he would take a rest for a few months, with the exception -of riding several horses in stakes where the weights are sufficiently high to eliminate tiie necessity of reducing, lie weighs at present 120 pounds but expects to return to, the saddle next fall and ride at a lighter weight. R. A. Smith, who at one time campaigned the well known Articulate and other crack racers, contemplates a return to the ranks of owners and is in quest of some material to form the nucleus of u good stable. William A. Pinkerton who has been .confined to his room with a slight attack of erysipelas was reported much improved today and will be about again within the next few days. Mrs. J. Shilling secured at private sale this morning the mure Xephthys from C. D. Sullivan. The niare will be shipped with others in the stable to Kentucky. Seven yearlings belonging to John W. Schorr were sent to Lexington this morning to be broken and given their early racing lessons. Henry McDaniel came over from Fort Eric this morning to look -over some of the yearlings that will be offered for sale beginning next Saturday. Senator Ollic James, Joseph L. Rhinock, Charles F. Murphy and Congressman HefTennan of Mississippi were among the clubhouse visitors. The wife of jockey John McTaggart was removed from the hospital this morning to her home, seemingly out of danger and steadily improving. G. R. Tpmpkins received a letter this morning from former Jockey John Kermath. at present at Saranac, stating that he was rapidly regaining his health. John T. Ireland, who recently returned to the ranks of the owners, won his first purse when Juliet galloped home first in the sixth race by a big margin. Entered for 00, she was bhl up to 05 and bought in. Continued ou secoud page. SARATOGAS FILLY STAKES. Continued from first page. Phil .T. Dwver, according to report, is making an effort to have a fall meeting at Aqueduct and. it in said, that a short meeting at that track will follow that at Belmont Park. Saratoga work-outs over a fast track today were-: Arnold Five-eighths in 1 :0S. Ahara Half mile in 52. Blue Thistle -Mile in 1:17. Blind Baggage- Three-quarters in 1:1. . Black Coffee Three -quarters in 1:18. Blanchita Thr quarters in 1 ;lif.- Hubble Five-eighths in 1:05. Prepunch! Five-eighths in 1:03. Corsicaii -Five-eighths in 1:07. Chiclet Half mile in 48. Crack ODay Three-quarters in 1:1S. Checks -Seven-eighths in 1:31. Campfire Three-quarters in 1:10. f Conning Tower Half mile in 33. Cautara Five-eighths in 1:01. Cliff Field Three-quarters in 1:10. Cherry Blossom Three-quarters in 1:110. Comrade- Five-eighths in 1:00. Courtship Three-eighths in 38f,. Dick Williams Half mile in flit. Deer Trap Three-quarters in 1:10. Daingerfield Mile :ind an eighth in 2:04. Ellison Mile in 1:40. Ed Crump Mile and an eighth in 1:59. Eagle Mile in 1:11. Ed Garrison- -Thrce-.quarters in 1:27. Firing Line Half mile in 52. Funtam Bala Half mile in 52. Frizzle Mile and an eighth in 11:01. Friar Rock Mile and an eighth iu 1:57. Peiimuiisc Mile in 1:50. Friar Nought Seven-eighths in 1:32. Fellswoop Five-eighths in 1:04. Flittergold Mile in 1:50. Golderesl Boy Mile in 1:45. Gainer- Mile in 1:47. Golden Rod Five-eighths in 1:05. Gunbearor Half mile in 53. Golden Bantam Three-eightus in .10. Gertrude Marie Five-eighths in 1:07. Geo. C. Love Five-eighths in 1:01. High Noon Half mile in 49. Hotirlcss Five-eighths in 1:01. Half Rock Mile in 1:47. Hard Cash Three-quarters in 1:10. Hanson Three-quarters in 1:10. Huntress Three-quarters in 1:1S. Iliithor-Three-eighths in 30. Holiday Mile in 1:50. Hidden Star .Mile in 1:15. Hessian Three-quarters in 1:20. Harrv Jr. Three-quarters in 1:1S. -High Tide Mile in 1:50. Idle Hour Five-eighths in 1:01. .1. J. Munlock Mile in 1:52. Jem Mile in 1:50. Kittenish Three-quarters in 1:19. Leochares Half mile in 4!. Lady Jane Grey Five-eighths in 1:03. Love Story Five-eighths in 1:07. L"iia Misha Five-eighths iu 1:07. Miss Puzzle Half mile iu 4S. Master McGrath Three-quarters in 1:1S. Mieza Half mile in 51. Nebraska Half mile in 52. Our John Three-quarters in 1:1S. Pan Maid Seven-eighths in 1:35. Penrod Three-quarters in 1:18. Pickwick Five-eighths iu 1:05. Polonium Five-eighths in 1:09. Queen Errant Three-quarters in 1:20. Qui Vive Three-quarters in 1:1S. Rhine Maiden Half mile in 49. Regret Mile and an eighth in 1:51. Sand Marsh Mile in 1:50. Sir William Johnson Three-eighths in 3S. Sir John Johnson Three-quarters iu 1:19. Shyness Mile and an eighth in 2:01. Spinster Three-quarters in 1:13. Spur Half mile in 49. Star Maid Five-eighths in 1:05. Sharpshooter Mile and an eighth in 1:150. Shoddv Three-quarters in 1:18. Sand Bar Mile in 1:50. Stromboli Mile and an eighth in 1:57. Sam Slick Mile and a quarter in 2:14. SarAtoga Mile in 1:49. The Knocker Five-eighths in 1:00. True as Steel Five-eighths in 1:00. Town Hall Five-eighths in 1:04. Tumbler Three-quarters in 1:10. Tom McTaggart Three-quarters in 1:15. Tea Cadilv Mile in 1:44. "Water Belle Mile in 1:47. Nylon Half mile in 48. Yellowstone Three-quarters in 1:10.

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