Duncecaps Great Victory: Wins Montauk Selling Stakes in a Thrilling Finish.; Peter Piper Defeats Lord Brighton--Krewer and Kai-Sang Win for Rancocas Stable., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-12


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DUNCECAPS GREAT VICTORY Wins Montauk Selling Stakes in a Thrilling Finish Peter Piper Defeats Lord Brigh ¬ ton Krewer and KaiSang Win for Rancocas Stable NEW YORK N Y May 11 A rousing finish in the Montauk Selling Stakes interrupted what started out to be a monotonous procession of easy winners at Jamaica this afternoon and when the numbers went up it was seen that Duncecap had triumphed by a nose from Snperillusion with Dolly Vardeif in third place Duncecap is from the stable of R T Wilson which furnished two of the win ¬ ners yesterday yesterdayAlthough Although lightly weighted Dnncecaps race was nn extremely impressive performance She was crowded back at the start and jockey Bnllman astride her elected to take the overland trail usually a disastrous route at the Jamaica course because of its peculiar shape Vineyard wen out to make the pace closely attended by Evelyn White and Brush Boy Snperillnsion which had also been interfered witli at the start slipped through on the inside rail rounding the turn and took the lead from Vineyard VineyardIn In tlie excitement Duncecap was temporarily lost sight of but when the field swung for home she came around on the outside and set sail for Super illusion which by this time had opened up a big gap Down through the stretch they came with whips flying and Duncecap gaining gradually under punishment She caught Superillusion in the last sixteenth and in a terrific finish outgamed the Stonelmm standard bearer being awarded the ver ¬ dict by a nose Duncecap is a daughter of Mr Wilsons favorite sire Olambala and her victory today was worth 3575 3575Peter Peter Piper tiie fast but fainthearted sprinter from the Greentree Stable was at His best today and proved even too fast for the speedy Lord Brighton They met in the Prospect Park Purse which opened the afternoons sport and Peter Piper never left the result in doubt for u moment dash ¬ ing away into the lead and setting a merry pace all the way Lord Brighton followed in closest pursuit but at no time was lie dangerous dangerousThe The public favored The Belgian II in the second race but Asterisk led him home going to the front in the stretch and easily holding command to the end endOld Old Grundy found a toft spot in the third race and was master of the situation from barrier rise until the winning line was crossed crossedKrewer Krewer and KaiSang made amends for the defeat of Lord Brighton their victories in the fifth and sixth races recording a double for the Ran ¬ iocas Stable Both won in the easiest fashion imaginable Krewers success came in the Claren ¬ don Handicap and though opposed by some fast ones found no trouble leading them all the way waySPEED SPEED MARVEL NEW ORLEANS FAILS FAILSIn In the final race New Orleans the highly touted speed marvel was heavily backed but was badly beaten KaiSang leading all the way by a wide margin marginTom Tom Shannon arrived safely from Louisville with T W OBriens Pluribus and two twoyearolds by Pluvious One is a bay colt dam Fareyell which has been named Plurality The other is a chestnut filly name Pluribelle a daughter of Ossi liar Mr OBrien owns two other youngster by his sire Pluvious One of them Plutrel a colt from Mary Lee will be sent to Canada with I B Brad fields Pansy Blossom and Ragazza and will be trained there by Jim Doyle Plunella the fourth of the quartet of the Pluvious offspring will be turned out in Kentucky Mr Shannon docs not be ¬ lieve Unit he will make an attempt to send Pluri ¬ bus to the post in the Preakiiess although the in ¬ juries he received in Kentucky are not deemed serious enough to keep him out of action for more than a few weeks weeksSnapdragon Snapdragon II the property of W A Shea ar ¬ rived from Kentucky in the same consignment with the OBrien horses Mr Shea announced today that he had Iwoked French Lick a mare belonging to John Murray of Lexington to his stallion Tea Caddy which is standing on J S Barbees farm in Kentucky French Lick is by Luke McLuke Fly ¬ ing Colors by Star Shoot ShootWilliam William Booth arrived Wednesday from Pimlico with Billy MeLaughlin S orting Blood and the other horses of Redstone Stable StableA A Sumter who formerly rode for the Oneck Stable and more recently an agent for J E Nash has been operated upon at Manhattan Hospital for hernia

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