Trysters Debut Today: Kentucky Favorite to Make His 1921 Bow at Havre de Grace., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-23


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TRYSTERS DEBUT TODAY Kentucky Favorite to Make His 1921 Bow at Havre de Grace HAVRE DE GRACE April 22 Great interest was manifested in the overnight acceptances for the Clfsapeake Stakes and Susquennria Handicap to l inn tomorrow The presence of Tryst cr the champion twoyearold last year and his stable mate Exodus in the Chesapeake will bring out a tremendous crowd to witness their 19JI dsVit It will be ii the nature of a trial for he KiMiucKy Derby They will have formidable ppoi ion fiim Carefl Nancy Lee Star Voter and others a of which am also eligible to tlic big ICiiiiicky rtice rticeThe The Whitney pair are also named r he Sus qiiuhanna together with Milkmaid Tippity Witchet Seiiiiings Park Paul Jones King Thrush and Jeg assuring a grand field and a race that should be a royal battle from end to end endTodays Todays program had for its feature race the Page Brook Purse at one mile in which the good filly Constancy was making her first appearance under colors this year She was the pronounced choice but was forced to lower hqr colors to Crystal Ford which was never in better form than at present Constancy ran well and finished a game second but pulled up slightly lame lameR R T Wilson scored hn first victory of the year when Duncecap a daughter of Olambahi Booby won tlic opening dash beating Rosa Lee by a length with Dolly Varden the oddson fav ¬ orite in third place placeFair Fair Mac met no mishaps in the steeplachase contest today with the result that he won off by himself himselfSam Sam Louis purchased the plater Frederick the Great at private sale saleThe The Whitney pair of threeyearolds Trystcr and Btodus are among those entered in the Chesapeake Stakes tomorrow Prudery accompanied this pair from Brookdale to Havre dp Grace and the trio will be shipped to Kentucky either Sunday or Mon ¬ day where Trystcr will get his final preparation for the Derby DerbyTom Tom OBrien pulled up stakes and left for Ken ¬ tucky where he will remain untili after the con ¬ clusion of the Derby DerbyA A C Nichaus will ship f r m heretoToronto H Brydgos a good apprentice that Niehaus de ¬ veloped at tho Oriental Park meeting will accom ¬ pany the stable to Canada CanadaNutcracker Nutcracker which was claimed by II M Gregory out of the seventh race yesterday is reported to have come out of the race in bad condition He developed serious lameness while being cooled out Hackamore winner of the seventh race was claimed by P S P Randolph for 1050 1050M M Boasberg purchased Lads Love at private sale of II B Holmes HolmesThe The Lumsdcn stable of steeplechasers will be divided at the conclusion of the Havre de Grace meeting Eight of the string will be shipped to Belmont Park and after the Pimlico meeting the remainder will be sent to Canada

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