Spring Juvenile To Kallipolis: On Watch and Ralco Prove Disappointments--Bondage Beats Corn Tassel in Monumental Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-16


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SPRING JUVENILE TO KALLIPOLIS On Watch and Ralco Prove Disappointments Bond ¬ age Beats Corn Tassel in Monumental Handicap PIMLICO Mil May 15 After the brilliant rac ¬ ing of yesterday and the overwhelming enthusiasm of a great crowd it was but natural that it should be calm at Pimlico toijay Jmt to the regulars it was a great relief The weather was almost oppressively warm and rain threatened but the sport was excellent There were two features on the program the Spring Juvenile for twoyearolds at four anil a half furlongs in which only a mediocre field paraded largely because most of the twoyearolds are on the ailing list and the Monu ¬ mental Handicap at a mile and a sixteenth in which some better class horses went to the post postIn In the Spring Juvenile Kallipolis a brown filly by Glorificr or Celt Puritan Girl sister to X K Beal was the winner There was a false start in which St Allan and Kallipolis ran si sixteenth of a mile but it did not hurt either Max Ilirsch was rather sweet on On Watch sind there was a big following for Capt Ral Parrs Ralco a black colt by Rock View 18nt On Watch was not in the money while Ralco after getting away flying beating the gate apparently quit utterly Before a sixteenth had been traveled Ralco was two or three lengths in front and it looked as if he might canter home but Corey on Kallipolis went after the leader and so did Anniversary Kallipolis was the first to catch Italeo and when he did Ralco gave it up entirely and Anniversary also passed the Parr colt Ksillipolls won easily enough with Anniversary ben ting the fast tiring Ralco just as easily The winner was bred by J H Shreve her owner oii the farm of Arthur Han ¬ cock and Mr Hancock said today undoubtedly is by Celt though she is registered by Celt or Glori fier All three of the placed horses were foaled on the Hancock farm farmIn In the Monumental Handicap Tom Henley left It T Wilsons Corn Tassel here to run and lie was saddled by T Pryce Corn Tassel was a strong choice but after looming up like a winner at the turn into thestreteh he tired and Bondage which as usual was slow to begin came silong and collared the imported horse in the last sixteenth to win going away The Koppin pair Franklin and Doug hiss S were the early leaders Franklin going into a fivelengths advantage but he quit ami when the away from him while Crimper also came along to beat placeBar itlienr for third place Bar of Phoenix easily accounted for the opening race Mhile Kilts II and Waukeag put up an in ¬ teresting struggle for first honors in the second race the former getting the decision decisionGARTER GARTER QUITS IN STEEPLECHASE STEEPLECHASEThe The steeplechase proved easy for Smithfield the favorite Garter quitting after securing the lead leadJames James Milton who came over to Baltimore yester ¬ day to witness the running of the Prenkness re ¬ turned to New York today Mr Milton expects to go to Toronto May 24 to send tlie field away in the Kings Plate to be run at Woodbine on that day dayThere There will be a meeting of the directors of the Maryland State Fair Association at Laurel tomor ¬ row when business for the fall meeting will be discussed and a manager to succeed M J Winn appointed appointedGeorge George Miller succeeded H A Hanna as patrol judge and Joseph McLennan nqted as presiding judge in place of E C Smith who left for New York last night nightMrs Mrs F Ambrose Clark purchased of J Howard Lewis an imported threeyearold colt which will be schooled through the field for the Harbor Hill and Elk Ridge Steeplechases to be fun next fall fallHauberk Hauberk was claimed by G W Forman his owner after lie woii yesterday for 2715 2715Bayard Bayard Tuckerman purchased of Dr S H Cross the jumper North Star StarGeorge George Odom said this morning that lie thought that King Plaudit would have made a better show ¬ ing in the Preakness had he raced the colt this spring He still has every confidence in the horse and predicts that lie will show that he is far above the average before the present racing season is far advanced v vThe The jumpers in the Dosoris Stable will in future be trained under the supervision of James Fitz simmons but W Henry will still look after that division of the stable Steeplechase jockey W Blake lias been signed to do the crosscountry riding Several horsemen shipped to New York this morn ¬ ing among them T 1 Henley Jerry Carroll Ed Nash and P A Clark Healey left Corn Tassel over and he was saddled by J Price Johnny Hogan shipped the W F Poison colt Vulcanite back to Louisville

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