Record Breaking Racing: Features Red Cross Day Program at the Aqueduct Course.; Jack Hare Jr. Responsible for One New Track Record and Conduit for the Other., Daily Racing Form, 1918-07-06


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RECORD BREAKING RACING Features Red Cross Day Program at the Aqueduct Course Jack Hare Jr Responsible for One New Track Record and Con ¬ duit for the Other New York July n Red Cross day attracted an unusually large atendance to Aqueduct where was witnessed the easy victory of Tack Hare Jr in the feature race named for the charity to which all were compelled to contribute The free list was entirely suspended and the receipts producd a hand ¬ some contribution to the Ited Cross fund Jack Hare Jr won in most impressive style and shat ¬ tered the track record for one mile and a sixteenth without seeming effort The Applegate colt should ¬ ered the heavy impost of 130 pounds set a fast pace all the way running the mile in 137 and had a six lengths margin over Orestes at the end Kash ¬ mir was counted on to give Jack Hare Jr an argu ¬ ment but lacked speed and tired badly near the finish finishThe The Prospect Handicap at six and a half fur ¬ longs served as a secondary feature and resulted in a stubbornly fought contest with a thrilling and sensational finish Coming into the stretch Arnold moved into the lead with Enfilade and Everest at his heels Enfilade tired under her heavy impost when the final test came and left Arnold and Everest to fight it out The latter was apparently best for after closing a big gap from a slow start he was gaining with every stride in the final drive and it required some energetic riding on the part of Johnson to save the nice for Arnold A few strides after passing the winning line Everest was in front and had the distance been a trifle longer he surely would have won wonConduit Conduit carrying the silks of J F Cobb one of the latest recruits to the sport accounted for the longdistance race defeating Harry Shannon after a furious drive and incidentally establishing a new track record for the mile and fivesixteenths by running it in 2127f Little Xearers wellknown ability to carry his speed for a long distance of ground made him a decided favorite in this race but he appeared to be dull going to the post and ran far below his true form Harry Shannon appeared an easy winner after going the first mile but his early efforts evidently told and tiring badly was unable to resist the fast closing rush of the winner winnerEscaping Escaping the general crowding in the first race in which seventeen maiden twoyearolds contested enabled the colt Tippler to score an easy victory over Lackawanna from the stable of II K Knapp and the decided choice of the oral speculators Lackawannas chances were ruined when she swerv ¬ ed from the inside to the middle of the track in the stretch stretchAnother Another big field faced the starter in the fifth race a dash of one mile and Henevolent the out ¬ standing public choice scored a lucky victory He was tiring at the end and barely lasted long enough to withstand the closing challenge of the Canadian owned Iron Cross II The latters nice was a good one considering the rough race he had and the in ¬ terference he suffered in the early stages stagesThe The warm weather with an absence of winds partially accounted for the fast times posted for the several races racesJockey Jockey Hyrne was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for rough riding in the first race raceThe The J AV McClelland stable comprising twelve head will be shipped to Saratoga tomorrow

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