Two For Quincy Stable: Elmendorf and Teddy R. Carry Its Colors to Double Victory.; Brush Boy the Eighth Winner Saddled by S. C. Hildreth at the Jamaica Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-14


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TWO FOR QUINCY STABLE Elmendorf and Teddy R Carry Its Colors to Double Victory Brush Boy the Eighth Winner Sad ¬ dled by S C Hildreth at the Jamaica Meeting NEW YORK X Y May 13 Selling plater did nobly in their efforts to supply entertainment for another largs crowd at Jamaica today Rains Iinil made the track muddy along the inner rail but the little damage done the coursy by the downfall of the night before was more than com ¬ pensated for by a slight rise hi the temperature temperatureThe The Arizona Handicap at five and a half fur ¬ longs headed the bill Teddy R won the dash in a driving finish which like most of the other in the course of the afternoon did not vindicate the judgment of the majority of those who entered the betting mart Trainer James Fitzsimmons who piovious to yesterday had been restricted to one winner at Jamaica by the frequent doubling of Hildreth and the Healys stepped into a double score on his own account when Teddy R and Kl mendorf were victoriou t J Mooney rode both win ¬ ners He slipped Teddy R through next to the rail on the last turn and caught Ralco and Fort Churchill tiring in the final drive Ralco made the pace but Fort Churchill closed in on him at the sixteenth post and looked like the winner at that point but tired and landed third thirdS S C Ilildrethsaddled his eighth winner of the iheetIngwlhTthenFst race Brush Boy carried the Runcocas silks which were worn by jockey Fator Incidentally it was this riders eight winning mount here although jockey Sande rode one of the victors sent to the post by trainer Hildreth Brush Boy rushed off into the lead at once came tlirough the sloppy going next to the inside rail in the stretch and raced Runnyol into defeat He then drew away to win by a length and a half Beverly Belle a starter in this race that was omitted from the entries was the medium of heavy backing and finished third thirdIn In the following dash the Quincy Stables Elmen ¬ dorf won his second race of the meeting coming from behind to overhaul Mandalay on the far turn and ran away from him at the end Toss Up was well supported in this race but retired after run ¬ ning prominently for a half mile mileAfter After a couple of years in the ranks of maiden Jockeys J Campbell graduated into the ciicle of winners with R J Browns Pataud filly Farewell Taps victres in the third race The winner was saved from the killing pace set by Hillsdalc and then coming wide into the better going wore lown the leaders in the last sixteenth and earned a close decision in the final strides with Bantry Jass and Vendor her closest rivals at the finish Farewell Taps was the extreme outsider in the 8 eculaton eculatonE E C Smith who has been serving as one of the placing judges at the Pimlico meeting will resume Identical duties at Jamaica again at the closing of the Maryland sport on Monday Al Burley has been assisting Cornelilsen at Jamaica during the absence of Mr Smith SmithAt At the Jockey Club meeting on Thursday night out of which came the question as to the genuine ¬ ness of the P T Chinn sale applications of R L Bresler C C Capps E McBride W M Roberts and William Kearns for trainers licenses were laid over The applications of jockeys G Carroll and II Wakoff met the same fate The office of the Jockey Club was notified not to accept the authority of N K Beal and Cecil Knight as authorized agents Many trainers and jockeys licenses were granted grantedThe The finish of the fifth race the Parkway Purse n dash of a mile and seventy yards under selling conditions found Sammy Kelly home by a half length while the favorite Phalaris was last after i poor performance far below hU best form Sammy Kelly ran well and fast in the going lead ¬ ing throughout He tired slightly in the stretch ind was hard pressed by American Boy in tin last sixteenth

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