All Smiles Wins Consolation Handicap.: Takes Dorval Feature, Beating the Favorite Fountain Fay by a Length., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-06


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ALL SMILES WINS CONSOLATION HANDICAP. Takes Eorva! Feature, Beating the Favorite Fountain Fay hy a Length. Montr, al. Qee., Jaac ."•. Thai BarttecbeU BofU-eaaTer confederacy waa a good thing at Derval this sfteraooa, when All Smiles won the Conaohj tion Handicap, a dash of a mile, which waa run ::s the fifth race. ti rare was a gead betting affair, Peaataia Kay hehag the public choice. hi the early rasuaing All Baailea was kept closer ajp than in his previous race, when he was a distant fol lower and in the stretch, after making a wide tare, he finished in resolute fashion and beat tin-favorite out by a length. Peter Sheridans sprinter P.ack Day scored his first victory in many months when he won the Hurricane Handicap. He showed a flash of Ids old time speed in the early running and raced into a long had. but tired in the stretch and had to be ridden out to beat Sands of Pleasure by a length. Shortly before the running of the first race, showers set in, which continued on and off during the afternoon. A majority of the stabl.-s go from here to Bhae Honnets. while some f. a will ship back to Windsor for the Devonshire Park meeting. Larry Carey was an arrival from Pelmont Park this morning and will remain over for the first few days racing at ISiue P.onnets. Jockey Crump, who has been resting since the Cham of the Woodbine meeting, made his first appearance in the saddle at Dorval Park when he rode Moscowa in the Consolation Handicap. T. P. Ihelan, of Toronto, was a visitor here this afternoon. Mr. Ihelan at one time was associated with .lames Carruthers in the ownership of several good horses. Carmans Horses Arrivo from New York. The division of the stable that It. F. Carman will race at Blue Bonnets arrived from New York this morning. Frank J. Pryar.. who will act as one of the stewards and handicappers at Plue Bonnets, was another arrival. An innovation will be introduced by the Montreal Jockey Club at the coming meeting in connection with the inutucl system of speculation. The akaj lish and Preach system will be in use. which means that if one backs a horse for a place, when the field numbers six or more, and it finishes third, he cashes, or in other words, place tickets on three horses in these races will be cashed. Iu races in which the field is less tlinn six horses, place tickets on only two horses will be cashed. Jockey Lykes was so badly shaken up when he fell off Rose Finn in the first race, that he was forced to cancel his other mounts during the afternoon. There are close to fifty steeplechasers quart.-ed at the Blue lijnn.ts track and fully forty of theaa schooled this morning. Hearts of Oak, in the Hurry Giddiugs stable, is again in training. Edward J. Crawford has shipped the three-year-old filly Golden Bantam to Hamilton, where she will ren-aiu for that meeting.

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