Adirondack Handicap Day: Routledge at a Long Price Wins from Another Outsider.; Several Hot Favorites Prove Deluders--Tenons Bon in a Fast Mile--Royal Ensign Easily., Daily Racing Form, 1918-08-29


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ADIRONDACK HANDICAP DAY Routledge at a Long Price Wins from Another Outsider Several Hot Favorites Prove De Deluders luders Tenons Bon in a Fast FastMile Mile Royal Ensign Easily By J Ii Dempsey DempseySaratoga Saratoga N Y August y Handicap at threequarters yearolds and worth 31T net was accouiueo lor by W M Jeffords IJoiitledgo in easy style from Daydne and Hannibal with Sweep On and other cracks following The winner was benefited vastlv by sticking close to the inner rail which enabled him to save a world of ground when coming into the stretch anil it was directly responsible for his victory Daydne and Hannibal fought it out in strenuous fashion through the stretch and it was only in the last few strides that the Loft represen ¬ tative managed to shake off the Wilson colt Weight and a disastrous runaway of the morning were telling factors against Hannibal near the end Sweep On was the favorite in the race hut his slow send off and poor riding eliminated him soon after the start startTodays Todays program brought to the post in the differ ¬ ent races small but evenly matched fields resulting in close racing but the disappointing performances that have been so numerous at this meeting again cropped up and favorites of the most pronounced type were again taken into camp The worst upset to develop with the afternoons racing came in the third race when Smart Money extensively backed at short odds succumbed to the vastly improved Wise Mini on which Lyke showed a more energetic ride than lie did when he rode him previously Wise previouslyWise Man was kept in tlie var and readily disposed of Ivoli Ivolibeen been his most pronounced challenger during the therunning running runningAnother Another hard downfall that the favorite hackers suffered was when Iorte Drapeau from the A K Macombcr stable was forced to follow Tenons Ion home In his last start which was on a muddy track Tenons Bon was beaten easily he seemingly not being able to run freely in the going Ho showed speed to spare this afternoon and won from the start startThe The steeplechase resulted in a victory for New Haven which outstayed Kingstown 1ier after tak ¬ ing the last hurdle The race was a spectacular battle between the pair for nearly the entire way Kingstown Iier showing aptitude at the hedges anil fencing better but lacking the necessary si eed be ¬ tween the jumps Dramaturge was eliminated early when he made a bad lauding at the low water jump but managed to retain his footing though his re ¬ covery was slow Texas Star the other starter refused at the Liverpool LiverpoolThe The maiden twoyearolds which started in the opener were an ordinary band and it resulted in a victory for Sam Louis recently purchased Vesper Hour which won with difficulty from Pluviada and Precious Jewel Geo 7 Longs Madrid was highly thought of in the race but after racing forwardly to the stretch dropped out of contention contentionTlie Tlie final dash resulted in a runaway race for Itoyal Ensign which showed a high order of speed Having nothing to force her along ast the speedy Irene had been dispatched from the post in a rear position she won without difficulty by a big margin Lidy Gertrude the favorite landing second place easily from Llnfirmier LlnfirmierJohn John Sanfords horses which are in two divisionr under the snperintendency of W J Young n 1 Preston Ptirch will be shipped to Jamaica tomor ¬ row rowROAMER ROAMER ENTERED IN LATONIA CUP CUPJohn John Hachmeister departed tonight for New York He was well satisfieil with the list of entries Ie received for the fall stakes to be run at Latoniu and Douglas Park Among the entries to the La tonia Cuii is that of Koamcr which will lie sent from Laurel to start in the race raceTlie Tlie Kmpire City fall stakes closed today and Secretary Victor Schaunihtirg expressed his satis ¬ faction with the early returns indicating a suc ¬ cessful autumn meeting at the Yonkers course courseR R A Smith acting for the Woodland Stock Farm has purchased Slippery Kim from the Nevada Stork Farm FarmWilliam William Oliver shipped n string of five to Havre de Grace today where they will be joined by Obolus and Kilts II which have been turned out at his Lakewood farm Lieut Frank Sullivan who last year reported racing for a local daily appeared today in his newly conferred uniform uniformThe The horses owned by Col W K Applegate and trained by F D Weir will be shipped to Havre de race tomorrow to await the opening of the racing there Col Applegate departed tonight for Cincin ¬ nati and will attend the Kentucky fall meetings meetingsTodays Todays arrivals included General W 15 Ilalde man member of the Kentucky Racing Commission who will stay for the remainder of the racing racingNews News of Senator Ollie James death which came this morning was a scoiirce of genuine regret to the racing fraternity The dead statesman was uni ¬ versally l elovcd by all followers of racing and he was regarded as one of the most ardent champions that racing and the thoroughbred had hadRoanier Roanier will be worked a mile and a half tomorrow preparatory to his start Saturday in the Saratoga Cup He will start sure whatever track condi ¬ tions are said owner Miller this afternoon The horse was never letter in his life than he is at present and my ambition now Is that he can enter the ranks of 100000 winners not a difficult task considering that he is a winner of over 9 OUO now nowKoamer Koamer will be named in all the principal fall stakes to lie offered at the Maryland tracks ami fill many engagements at Laurel and Pimlico after his campaign at Bclmont Park and Jamaica JamaicaHank Hank ODny will serve as one of the pacemakers to Sun Briar in his race tomorrow against his own record of 1 made at this track With his light impost of 100 pounds there is no doubt that he will be successful against his own mark but whether he can lower Roamers 134 is questionable Harry questionableHarry Morrissey will at the close of the racing here ship High Born Lady Juliette and Sous Marine to Lexington where they will l e raced during the fall meeting there and afterwards be transferred to Kempland Farm where they will join the other stud matrons owned by II A Iorter The racing string which has been carrying the Porter silks on eastern tracks this summer will be offered for sale by Continued on second page ADIRONDACK HANDICAP DAY Continued from first page auction Tlini Itaiiy and as n n their sale will atti attiSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey joiiii joi to the colors and left for Ne military duty He was in tiie employ of Frank Farrar and jockey Crawford will hereafter ride the jumpers from that stable stableW W J Starr former owner of Wise Man and TJ I Miller wore unsuccessful bidders for Wise Man He was entered for 1000 and bought in at 220 220Sun Sun Briar will lie ridden tomorrow by Sande in his race against his own record Exterminator the other pacemaker to assist Hank ODay will l e ridden by Knapp He will take up the running where Hank ODav leaves off There will l e no race unless conditions are just suited in the matter of weather wind and track trackRontledgc Rontledgc winner of the Adirondack Handicap Is bv the Breeding Bureau sire Toddington which is located in Maryland Koutlcdge cost 0000 as a yearling Hannibals skiniiPd up condition in the paddock before the rain was commented upon Mr Wilsons good olt ran away this morning and threw his exercise boy He finally wound up in the rail ¬ road chute where lie fell and took patches of hide off himself Tlie son of Olambula showed a remark ¬ able performance taking everything into considera ¬ tion Morton L Schwartz has presented the threeyear old mare Miss Lightfoot to the Breeding Bureau of the Jockey Plnb She has Ixen sent to the Ashantee Stud of Mrs Herbert Wadsworth at Avon AvonS S C Hildreth claimed Smart Money after the third race for 2310 Many persons came to the course to see Hilly Kelly carry a greater weight than any twoyearold has ever packed successfully and there was considerable disappointment mani ¬ fested by those who had come from a distance Trainer Hedwell had intended running the great gelding until yesterday morning when he con ¬ cluded not to take the chance of breaking the young Kter down under his big impost

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