Off Day At Belmont Park: No Stake Races But Some Of The Purses Provide Fairly Good Racing.; Milkman Takes the Principal Race of the Afternoon--Jockey Buxton Distinguishes Himself in Riding the First Three Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-16


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OFF DAY AT BELMONT PARK NO STAKE RACES BUT SOME OF THE PURSES PROVIDE FAIRLY GOOD RACING. Milkman Takes the Principal Race of the Afternoon — Jockey Buxton Diitinguishes Himself in Riding the First Three Winners. Hew York, June IS.— The ahlghtoa stables recent purchase. Milkman, awoke rather Bad dealy t. score :i victory in the Blackstaaap Handicap. :l high weight «|;is!i :.t t in-.-.- quarters Unit brought out th beat field of the afternoon :il !. Imont Park. Bark of him :it the finish came Itm-i-dab- sad Woodtrap, with Saaflaeh II. ■ clone third. At the finish the first tear were spread cut ;,n across the track aad it araa hard ta separate the seem, third aad fourth burse*. The a-faaaer, after closely following Saaflaah II. in the earl] raaaiag, drew awaj in the fiaal six teeath. Kiverdale raced gaanelj throughout, to take secoad place, while the showing of the public choice, Woodtrap, was rather disappointing. After beiag well u]i in the early raaaiag be tired in the fiaal eighth, li ia eatirelj probable Suaflash II. raa the heal race of all, ■■ the call waa aexl to the iaacr rail, where the going was heaviest, for the full distance. The rhtias i»f jockey Baxtoa waa the bright fea- tare at the aftern The rider waa astride the first three wiaaera, aad ia the third race he clearly aa trade Uykea in getting Pinci I te in treat. Baxtoa is rhJiag ia particularly good form al pre aeat. The Brighton Stable scored :i double with Corydoa aad Milkman. Corydaa, wiaaer of the first race, was bid ap aad s..iii tn w. Travels for 12.000, aa adraace of .■si imiii over ins catered price. Horses Presented to Breeding Bureau. The breeding bureau of the lackey Clah has heea presented with three roaag thoroachbred aires. Two are the gift of A. K. Macoaaber and the other of Oscar Lrwiaoan. Mr. Maraaahrr doaated the Preach -bred three-year-old Le CheTeaae aad the two -year -old Peraaae. The first is by Anile Triaaaphr La Caceade and the other by Oaaary Orsiaa. Mr. Lewiaohaa coatribatioa was the four year-old Baderie by Desi ,.i Dodragh. This is an Irish-bred stallioa. This haras was sold for 0 » as a yearling. The weights fiir the Brooklya Baadicap have heea pablished and 11. c. rJalteabecka The Tinu tops the list with 12H pounds. Pennant is asked to shoulder us pounds. Hoots il7. Btroaaboli lLS. Itiiami r I2S, Secret 1l"_. Oasar Kahyyi m heads the three year oi«is with lit pounds. Rickety is neaigacd MM and Caaapfire MS. c Bare I was aa arriral froaa Moatreal, where he rode for K. P. Caraaaa during the I.lue Baa in is aaeetang. The stable of It. P. Caraaaa, which jocrneyed froaa tiiis track to participate in the I.lue . oaaeta meeting, is iue froia thai track ihis creates;. Iv T. Iolton was an arrival from .Montreal with the pood mares Paa Zareta and llanovia. Miller Beaderaoa arrived froaa Loahrrille with his atrial of fire. it is rt ported he will train the Frederick .lohllsoll racers. 11. Ah. who rode successfully at the nv-enl meetings around I.altimore, was an arrival ia the af teriHKin.

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