Another Disqualification at Havre: Carmandale Wins Nursery Purse, but is Set Back Because of Sandes Rough Riding, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-26


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ANOTHER DISQUALIFICATION AT HAVRE Carmandalo Wins Nursery Purse, hut Is Set Back Because of Sandes Rough Riding:. HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., September 25 The stewards at Havre de Grace are determined to stamp out rough riding, as was disclosed this afternoon when they disqualified Carmandale after the latter had beaten Hasten On by a scant length in the Havre de Grace Nursery Purse, a dasli of three-quarters of a mile, for two-year-olds. Carmandale set a terrific pace and led his opponents all of the way. At the half mile post, where Schuttinger moved up with a rush and attempted to go through next to the rail. Sande crowded him against the fence, with the result that whatever chance Hasten On had was ruined. Todays disqualification was the second of the meeting. The track dried out quite a bit overnight and the going was in fairly good condition. A stubbornly contested finish marked the opening dash, Martha Luekett, after showing tliu way throughout, being forced to a hard drive to withstand the fast closing rush of Encrinite. The favorite in this race, Bal Parrs Ireland, was as good as left at the jwst. Kingling II.. with Sande up, had no trouble accounting for the second, holding safe the favorite, Sophia Gatewood, when the latter challenged in the stretch. Several claims were lodged during the afternoon, Kal Parr claiming his own colt Ireland for 2,005; AY. J. Bidel took Annette Teller for 1,S0; J. W. Bean secured Martha Luekett for 1.702.50, and W. Smith took Lazy Lou for 1,005. Mrs. C. K. Moore bid up Bettie Bluff to 2,000 and purchased that fillv after she had won the fifth race. Samuel I. Riddle, owner of the champion two-year-old Man o War, was a visitor at Havre de "Grace this afternoon. He came up from Berlin, Md., where Man o War has gone into winter quarters at the Glen Riddle Farm. Major Thomas C. McDowell, president of the Thoroughbred Horse Association, was an arrival from Kentucky. He came to attend a meeting of the horsemen, which is to be held in the clubhouse here tomorrow. Warsaw changed hands after he was beaten in the seventh race yesterday, J. Price claiming him for 2.110. E. T. Zollicof for reports that the raqer AH Smiles has again- gone wrong "and tha he would make no further attempt .to get JUni back. tothes.race3.-r AIL Smiles is by Fair Play Simper, and Mr. Zolli-coffer proposes to dispose of him for stud purposes. The apprentice rider Stapleton left for Kentucky last night to join the stable of R. J. Mackenzie, whose, horses are being looked after by "Canada Jack" Atkin. Steward C. J. Fitz Gerald and judge C. Cornehl-sen will leave for New York at the conclusion of this meeting. Both will officiate at the Empire City meeting. Jockey J. Bauer will accompany G. 31. Riddle to Richmond and Atlanta, where he will ride for the stable prior to going to Cuba. Bnuer was only recently discharged from army service. Jockey A. Johnson was suspended by the stewards for three days for rough riding in the third race yesterday.

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