Dismal Day At Yonkers: Rain Falls All Afternoon and the Favorites Are Routed.; Bally, Joan of Arc and Pickwick Bring Nothing but Gloom for Their Backers., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-19


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I DISMAL DAY AT YORKERS Rain Falls All Afternoon and the Favorites Are Routed Bally Joan of Arc and Pickwick PickwickBring Bring Nothing but Gloom Gloomfor for Their Backers NEW YORK N Y July 18 Rain fell prac ¬ tically all afternoon at Empire City The pro ¬ gram was devoid of any special feature tending to bring out the better class of horses and oddson choices went down to defeat with regularity Of these Bally from the Butler stable was highly regarded due to his recent victory over Lucullite The Butler representative was outrun the entire entireistance istance however and landed in third place at the finish behind Fairy Wand and Rose dOr only mediocre performers Bally ran as if he did not notaney aney the going Phantom Fair and Jockey Fator began the day auspiciously for the backers of favorites when they accounted for the opening dash but their hopes were rudely shattered when the choices In the fol folowing owing three races went down to defeat defeatJoan Joan of Arc confidently supported failed in the second Dendera the Frenchbred filly from the Winous Point Stable winning easily Then came Bally a defeat WJOi e ieldj JUi WhUe El lns Handicap Clancysickwlck reduced to sir starters W C Clancys mercyiHie ickwlck appeared to have the race at his mercyi Hie only consolation he afforded was that he was gaining with every stride on Masda quoted at 20 to 1 which lasted long enough to win by a short margin marginKENTUCKIAliS KENTUCKIAliS BACK MISTRESS POLLY Mistress Polly made amends for the overthrow of the abovementioned when she easily made good in the fifth race The Kentucky delegation was par ¬ ticularly benefited by her success they having backed the Neusteter filly quite heavily heavilyBeck Beck and Call further lifted the gloom when she being supported to the exclusion of everything in the race won the closing dash without any trouble troubleIt It is reported that E II Snapper Garrison acting for Montford Jones has purchased the con ¬ tract on jockey R Cassity The contract had be ii bought by C M Garrison owner of Be Frank but the lad failed to report to that stable and was refused permission to ride rideSunny Sunny Slope may not be soon again until tlio latter part of Saratoga racing He has had foot ailment and a slight leg trouble both of which arc expected to be in good condition in a few weeks weeksJockeys Jockeys D Connelly and C Borel are arrivals from Cincinnati CincinnatiMrs Mrs Edith Vingut was married to Lieut James Park a noted horseman and amateur jockey yester ¬ day Mr Park is a prominent club man on Long Island and has ridden many races at the hunt meetings hereabouts hereaboutsA A dispatch from Dublin Ireland states that Richard Croker will return to the United States to live in the near future He will sell a number of his horses and retain a few to race on the Irish turf turfWilliam William A Piakerton fell in line with the regu ¬ lars today for his usual midsummer vacation He will move toward Saratoga In a few days

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