Valuable Juvenile Stakes: Luck Favors M. L. Schwartz Column in Carrying Off Rich Prize.; Memorial Day Crowd at Belmont Park Numbers 30,000--Gladiator Wins Toboggan., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-31


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VALUABLE JUVENILE STAKES Luck Favors M L Schwartz Col ¬ umn in Carrying Off Rich Prize Memorial Day Crowd at Belmont Park Numbers 30000 Glad ¬ iator Wins Toboggan NEW YORK N Y May 30 The rich and his ¬ toric Juvenile Stakes over lie fiveeighths straight course nutl worth 13801 to the winner fell to Morton L Schwartz Celt Pyramid colt Column Hi was it i Ions Iriee and lucky Ho was Frank Knrrnlls Nancy F which ran second Mustard Seed tho third youngster a good fleet young Peter Quince lie is loo was well liaekvd fioni 8 to 1 to 5 to 1 by his owner and his friends The Cosden pair Righeart and Good Times were al ¬ ways chosen as the hcst hcstBigheart Bigheart liiil no luck in the race and was re ¬ peatedly blocked nood Times was jostled threw u stifle and finished lame RroomstM1 was away fast but when tins field was going well the quick Nancy F was in front on the outside and led the field for four and a half furlongs when Column on which Clarenee Kinamur rode another excellent lace raced her into defeat and won by a length from Nancy F which was almost clear of Mustard Seed The latter was closing like a streak at the regular stand when he was humped As the chart of the race declares and as eyes saw the running ofitliccoif est wrtw libt 6nbnftrtitlti = I5lrBigheatt was seriously impeded throughout Letterman and Billy Watts never had a chance and Good Times was in ¬ jured Mustard Seed ran the best race so far as its running got into the writers eye eyeDecoration Decoration day at Itolmont Park saw some fine racing It was decorative and healthily formful A crowd of 30000 folks saw and enjoyed it though the masses did not lay up much money The fiscal prestidigitator had a good day What they lost to the wiseacres was supplied in a brimming measure by the holiday mob which usually hacks its fancy in a hitandmiss way and steadily supplies the daily sinews of war The racing picture was lira frame of mellow air and srn a track of velvety loam and speed Only half the favorites won They were Bantry Tattle and Bellsolar in minor races racesGladiator Gladiator won the Toboggan lie had luck in getting off in front and in being perfectly ridden by Clarence Kuminer Hut he had the speed to take advantage of his opportunity and was the best horse The nowaday s public is mad to back Sam Ilildrcths horses and this broad mental notion made his Mad Hatter and Dominique the strong favorites Dominique had no excuse He was just outrun Mad Hatter was away none too well made up his ground on an exhaustive sort of hurry and hadnt within him tha finishing effort to catch Gladiator or withstand Senniius Parks strong and brilliant effort in the last eighth eighthTOBOGGAN TOBOGGAN A PRETTY RACE RACEThe The Toboggan was a pretty race through the straight threequarters ground and after Naturalist had decided that it wasnt his day and turned to lh thought Gladiator and the Ilildrcth pair raced It out until Sennings Park came along and claimed lis share Captain Alcock is on edge nowadays and was a sharp intruder at the end The race was run in lOSj onefifth of a second off Tack Atkins record which has stood for thirteen years Tin Toboggan was worth 00 to the winner The llililrdli pair was the even money betting choices Care Free aimther notional and bad tempered crea ¬ ture was the long shot and refusing to break did not compete The notional mid unlucky Exodus added to the starters was in a mixup as the barrier arose and never got into action Captain Alcock the other added starter did startling well wellThe The opening race a dash at u mile went to a good thing J E Xashs Prntry with Hamil ¬ ton up Itantry was always the choice and won like a genuine one oneThe The second was a twomile handicap steeple ¬ chase for maiden at jumping iid the Greentree Stables Tattle and C S Griyson were made favor ¬ ites as they should have been After Saywhieh had shown the way to the straight run home C H Grayson wearing down the picemaker made one of the mistakes such races proriuce and Tattle taking his place passed Saywhich and James A Sheridan winning easily from the latter Say wliicli lasting long enough to le third thirdBellsolar Bellsolar was the rewarding public choice in the fifth race a selling handicap at a mile and a six ¬ teenth Iellsolar was in at the right price and the right weight Her odds too were aliout right for financial reward to a hard working and intelli ¬ gent owner Consequently Rollsolar Won like an equine lady such terms are not applicable to losers losersUnder Under exceptionally vigorous riding by Arthur JohiiKon thi Modo Stables twoyearold Modo Mr Moms name in reverse a chestnut son of Itrummel Panella came from behind Violinist and Rose Brigade in the final drive of the sixth race and won by threequarters of a length Violinist had sot the pace in the four and a half furlongs dash through the straight away and finished second Rose Brigade landed third thirdC C Koehler claimed Bantry out of the first race for 1SOO 1SOOIt It T Walden shipped ten horses belonging to A II Morris from Baltimore to Latonia LatoniaJ J Marino has wired for reservations for his own horses and those of Porretto sid Italiano Jockey 1 I Mooney brother to the Quincy Stable rider will accompany the stable

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