Only One Favorite Wins: Outsiders Successful in Majority of Thursdays Havre Races.; Remount Steeplechase a Fizzle--Division of J. K. L. Ross Stable Leaves for Kentucky., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-22


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ONLY ONE FAVORITE WINS Outsiders Successful in Majority of Thursdays Havre Races Remount Steeplechase a Fizzle Division of J K L Boss Stable Leaves for Kentucky HAVRE IH GRACE Mil April 21 The Amori can Remount Steeplechase contested by liorseg owned and ridden by army officers was one of the carded attractions at the Havre course today but failed to arouse the enthusiasm of the specta ¬ tors to any great degree Jay Bird owned and ridden by Major Koch proved far superior to the other starters and led all the way by a wide gap Silent Partner fell at the seventli jump and broke his neck while Courteous lost his rider at the fifth Jump JumpThe The outstanding Incidents in connection with the regular racing were the overwhelming defeat of all but one favorite and the unexpected victory of several horses at long odds The most pro ¬ nounced upset came in the Climax Highweight Handicap the main contest on the flat After the withdrawal of Dr Clark and Kinnoul Ilout ledge was installed an oddson choice and was looked upon as a certain winner However St Allan led him home by two lengths The winner after racing Fruit Cake into defeat after going a half mile moved into an easy lead and Itout ledge although finishing fast and gamely could never overtake him St Allan paid 2510 for 1 to win The brown filly Orris by Martinet Hostility from the stable of IJ 15 Rice with Ensor in the saddle easily won the twoyearold dasli that started the afternoons sport She showed the most speed and held a safe lead from start to finish Knte Brummel was second hard pressed by Rest less carrying J S Cosdeus colors colorsNapoll Napoll was the first big surprise of the day the sixyearold Uapid Water mare scoring by a head in the third race paying 7280 for 2 in the mu tucls She set a fast pace and after being headed took the lead again and gamely outstayed Canbeen the latter finishing fast and just failing to overtake the winner Midian the second choice was third beaten by a nose for second money Frederick the Great the favorite finished fourth a badly tired horse horseDixie Dixie Carroll provided another upset in the fourth race when he crossed the winning line first a length in advance of Jean Bullant with the favorite Tennite in third place after setting the pace to the last eighth where she tired when in ¬ terfered with withTrickster Trickster II s victory in the sixth race at one mile and an eighth was also unexpected Widow Bcdotte raceiving the bulk of support She could do no better than third War Club separating her from the winner Old Grundy threatened to score a runaway in this race but after leading by a wide gap to the last eighth tired and gave away awayNutcracker Nutcracker was not quite ready and had to lower his colors to Hackamore in the concluding race raceJ J A Coburn claimed Dixie Carroll after lie won for 1950 S Louis overbid four competitors and secured War Club for 2215 Louis also purchased Frederick the Great at private terms from B A Lane LaneG G Ernest Hall was superseded by William Doyle as one of the patrol judges judgesScurry Scurry was claimed by F A Forsythe for 1700 1700S S C Denham purchased at private sale of B A Lane the plater Machine Gunner GunnerLouis Louis Tauber will leave for Kentucky with a divi ¬ sion of the J K L Ross stable tomorrow tomorrowIt It was announced today that Fred Schelke has arrived at Woodbine Park with twentyone of Commander Ross string Part of them were shipped from Laurel and part from Montreal MontrealThe The jumper Jack of Spades broke his leg during the running of yesterdays steeplechase and will ba destroyed

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