Boniface And Star Voter: Ross Racers First and Second in the Philadelphia Handicap.; Motor Cops Heavy Impost Too Much on His Initial Appearance of the Year., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-01


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BONIFACE AND STAR VOTER Ross Racers First and Second in the Philadelphia Handicap Motor Cops Heavy Impost Too Much on His Initial Appear ¬ ance of the Year HAVRB DE GRACE Md April 30 Boniface one of the most popular racers in Commander J K L RONS stable accounted for the Philadelphia Handicap a 5000 added race and the feature offered for the closing days program at Havre de Grace this afternoon Boniface carried top weight was ridden by Butwell came from behind after entering the home stretch where he took the lead but at the end was forced to stand a hard drive to beat his stable companion the threeyear old Star Voter My Dear was third and Paul Jones fourth fourthThe The races were run over a muddy track which was responsible for the numorous withdrawals in some of the races Heavy clouds hung over the course but despite adverse weather conditions an immense gathering tumed out and packed the capacity of the plant The railroads found it neces ¬ sary to run extra trains from troth Philadelphia and Baltimore while a special was put on at Wilming ¬ ton Manager Burke was congratulated by his many friends on the wonderfully successful meet ¬ ing the greatest and best in the history of the club t tThe The Ross catalilinimientr was hot so fortunate lri the running of the Quickstep Handicap in which they furnished the favorite in Motor Cop which carried the heavy impost of 133 pounds Motor Cop who was making his first appearance of the reason arid setting a dazzling pace led until in the last sixteenth when St Allan overhauled him and beat him in a driving finish finishW W C Westmoreland has taken over Paddy Dear Victor A and Loveliness and on Tuesday next well ship them to Montreal MontrealThe The horses owned by J J McCafferty and A H Vivell will leave in the same car carS S A Clopton received word from James Rowe to send the apprentice rider Penman to Louisville and the lad left for Churchill Downs tonight tonightSam Sam Louis disposed of a coliplo of horses at private sale this morning Archie Zimmer secured tb plater Frederick the Great GreatCarter Carter Hall who acted as one of the stewards at the recent Bowie meeting wishes it made known to the racing public that he was not a party to lifting the suspension on jockey J Heupel at the expiration of thirty days Heupel it will be re ¬ membered was suspended for the ride he put up on the plater Nohaut NohautJockey Jockey J Pitz who rode at the Havana meeting was an arrival from New York YorkJockey Jockey James Butwell has been engaged to ride N Dyments Herendesy in the Kings Plate and at the conclusion of the Pimlico meeting he will leave for Toionto to fill this engagement engagementHenry Henry McDaniel will ship several of the horses he is training for Commander Ross to Toronto after the close of Pimlico They will take part in the meeting at Woodbine and possibly the meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club of which association Commander Ross is president presidentJoseph Joseph McLennan will be at Pimlico next week to look after the closing of the stakes offered by the Ontario Jockey Club ClubE E J Salt will ship his stable from here to Toronto Snyder and Holmes will also send their horses to the same place J C Mayes horses go to the Molipt Royal track at Montreal while those of Thomas Hodge will be transfered to the Blue Bonnets track at Montreal MontrealF F A Nolan purchased the twoyearold Hyper ¬ bole and has turned her over to W Rachey to train and race in Canada CanadaS S M Henderson claimed Lancelot for 1800 P Riley disposed of Mather at private sale to L W Pryor PryorTwo Two horses changed hands in the final race J B VeiiKiiness claimed Bar One from H B Holmes for lr lrr r 0 and F A Goss secured Ballybell by the same route for 2015

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