Surprise In Feature Race: Unconsidered Runes Carries Off the Stonybrook Stakes.; Victory Due in a Measure to Knapps Good Riding--Mishap in Steeplechase., Daily Racing Form, 1918-09-26


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SURPRISE IN FEATURE RACE Unconsidered Runes Carries Off the Stonybrook Stakes Victory Due in a Measure to Knapps Good Riding Mis ¬ hap in Steeplechase New York September 25 The beautiful un ¬ certainty of racing was strikingly exemplified at Aqueduct today when the Unconsidered sixyearold Kunes the rank outsider in the betting won the Stonybrock Selling Stakes the feature of an ex ¬ cellent program The only recommendation in the in the saddle but even Kunes however showed a vastly improved performance over his recent races and although being outpaced in the early running and coming wide on the hist turn finished with a brilliant stretch rush which under Knapps master ¬ ly riding landed him a winner by a small margin over the tiring Assume Knapp was given a great ovation on returning to the scales Tyntee was the favorite for the race but after displaying high speed in the early running found the distance too long and finished unplaced After Jyntee tired Assume which was heavily supported flashed into the load but his heavy impost told on him when hard pressed by the ultimate winner winnerChilly Chilly cloudy weather prevailed today but had little effect on the attendance a crowd of no mean proportions being present presentS S C Hildreths Tracery colt Alibi proved an easy winner of the mile dash that opened the days pro ¬ ceedings He was much the best was backed to the excJusiouQt tI tatherstarters and made good lii jfiVlircln fashion fashionMoccasin Moccasin III appeared to outclass those opposed to him in the steeplechase so much so that he went to the post a 2 to 5 favorite something unusual in a jumping race His supporters were howe doomed to disappointment as Moccasin III str the sixth jump heavily and jumped poorly there ¬ after the mishap probably disabling him The winner turned up in Traditioner which drew away into a big lead after going to the front in the final turn of the field fieldJudge Judge AVingfield and jockey Frank Kobinson we the winning combination in the mile and fivesi teenths nice Harry Shannon was indulged with the load to the final eighth while Kobinson saved ground on the turns with Judge Wingfield and held him in reserve for the real test After the pace ¬ maker was disposed of Judge AVingfield drew away into a safe lead leadHOUSEMAID HOUSEMAID VICTIM OF INTERFERENCE INTERFERENCELively Lively was the fortunate winner of the fifth nice over Housemaid heavily supported and a victim of much interference She was surely best Subahdar the medium of a betting coup also met witli some early interference and showed a good performance but was evidently short shortIn In the Hoslyn Handicap Mr ATosburgh the official handieapi er has classed War Cloud an inferior to Sun Briar Jack Hare Jr and Sunny Slope all three conceding him weight from eight to fire pounds respectively This would make AAar Cloud fifth on the list of threeyearolds as Johren has beaten him at even weights and has conceded him weight in the most recent handicaps AVar Cloud declining the issue U is probable that AVar Cloud and Sunny Slope will have some battles at Laurel as both are entered in three handicaps handicapsK K K Hradleys Kalitan will be sold tomorrow in conjunction with the sale of the horses from the Hrighton Stable StableMortimer Mortimer Lynch has been absent from the club ¬ house for the past day or two He is suffering from an attack of nervousness The same trouble struck him last year about this time timeSeveral Several owners are splitting their stables leaving some of their horses at the Long Island tracks and shipping the others to Laurel There will ample for both districts until the close of the season seasonSpeaking Speaking of this years crop of twoyearolds Mr Vosburgli classes Hilly Kelly the best by a con ¬ siderable margin marginI I was not quite positive of his value said Mr Aosburgh until he had run a couple of races at Saratoga After that his ability was convincing In my opinion he could have won all the races in which he failed to start had he been sent to the post He could carry 110 pounds anil win races racesSpeaking Speaking of Purchase and his habit of swerving George Odom places thu blame on the blinkers and he will remove them if lit ever starts him again againThe The horse has been bumped once or twice at the start of races and it has made him timid fearing he is going to get hit again He cannot see the horses nearest to him and he is afraid No horse could work better when he is alone ami I attribute his swerving to nothing else but fear of being bumped at the start startJames James Hoden has sent all his horses to Pimlico excepting Judge AVingfield AVingfieldThe The division of flat racers of the J K AAidener stable will campaign through the Jamaica meeting while the jumpers will be shipped to Laurel LaurelThe The G A Cochran yearlings and older horses with the exception of Fairy AVand and a twoyear old filly will be sold at public auction in the near future

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