Sandy Beal A Big Surprise: Easily Wins Rennert Handicap, Feature at Pimlico.; Races Run Under Disagreeable Weather Conditions--Motor Cop Hard Pressed to Win., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-06


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SANDY BEAL A BIG SURPRISE Easily Wins Rennert Handicap Feature at Pimlico Races Run Under Disagreeable DisagreeableWeather Weather Conditions Motor MotorCop Cop Hard Pressed to Win PIMLICO Md May 5 The Maryland owned Sandy Beal furnished a big surprise at Pimlico Iiis afternoon whei he won the Rennert Handicap leading his opponents from the start and beating the well backed My Dear in easy fashion by a couple of lengths Sand Beal reveled in the going and at no time during the running did the result appear in doubt Mooney took a tight lold on him after racing into an easy lead rounding the far turn and in the slretcli run when released from restraint Sandy Beal drew away without effort St Allan was third beaten six lengths for second place Belario the only other starter was last the entire race raceTodays Todays races were run under most disagreeable conditions the track being deep and heavy while a steady drizzle fell all the afternoon Small fields went to the post in the majority of the races and the finishes were tame tameMr Mr Brummcl a firsttime starter this year won the opening dash in which Ettalie was his only serious contender They were backed to the ex ¬ clusion of the others and ran accordingly Ettalie tired near the end and was no match for the winner in the final test testTom Tom Cassidy a good looking colt by Wrack Sobriquet racing in the colors of the Sunnyland Stable proved easily best in the second race a dash of four and a half furlongs for twoyearolds The winner went to the front soon after the start and was never headed He is named for Thomas Cassidy of St Louis wellknown admirer of trotters and show horses It A Smith has entered this colt in all stakes on the Canadian circuit and predicts that lie will develop into a firstclass racer racerThe The steeplechase proved rather a onesided affair Earlocker beating his opponents by a long margin He was kept under a pull until the last turn of the field when he went to the front and opened up a long lead leadExplosive Explosive came from behind in the stretch run in the fourth race to win going away at the end from ODonovan which had made all the pace paceMotor Motor Cop was an overwhelming favorite in the sixth race and led all the way but was given a stubborn battle in the final eighth Dr Joe from J S Tyrees stable forcing the Ross racer to do his best to win Dr Joe was gaining with every stride and was only beaten by a half length lengthENSOR ENSOR TO RIDE STAR VOTER VOTERW W A Porter left tonight for Louisville with jockey Ensor who will have the mount on Com ¬ mander J K L Ross Star Voter in the Kentucky Derby DerbyJockey Jockey Ted Rice left for New York tonight to be on hand to ride Blazes in the Iaumonok Handicap at Jamaica tomorrow He rode Dunboyne the winner of that race last year Several of the owiiers of crosscountry horses liave signified their intention of shipping to Toronto at the conclusion of the Pimlico meeting Among them are Tim Donoliue with the Ambrose Clark string B L Cole Silas Veitch with the big band of jumpers lie is training for various owners Matt Smart James Healey with part of the J Lumsden string G It liryson George P Sherman and Charlie Douglas DouglasA A carload of horses left Havre de Grace this morning for Toronto Included in the shipment was a davision of the Pelican Stable and the horses owned by J W Pangle and P Leydecker LeydeckerJockey Jockey M Mountain has signed to ride for J E Davis His contract calls for him to ride either on the flat or in steeplechase races whenever the weights are under 140 pounds poundsJ J Cnmmings a wellknown follower of the races from Memphis Tenii was an arrival here hereReports Reports from Canada are that Elmer Wilson will do the starting at several of the halfmile tracks and that William Murray would start at the Maisonneuve course courseTheo Theo Cole who is visiting here will probably take oyer the steeplechase horses owned by G A Saportas which were wintered at the Malvern II ill Farm at Malvern Pa They will be shipped to Saratoga and will not be started before the meeting at the Spa SpaNate Nate Byer left for Belnicrt Park this morning with the horses lie wintered at the Gentlemans Driving Park which adjoins the Pimlico course courseJames James Evans wrote to the management here that he would ship the threeyearold Smoke Screen from Bclmont Park to Pimlico to fill his engagement in the Preakness Stakes StakesM M S Henderson will leave for Jamaica on Sun ¬ day to attend the sale of the Chinn and 7 K L Itoss horses He contemplates purchasing several horses to strengthen his stable before shipping to Canada

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