Opening Day At Dorval: Interesting and Spirited Racing Entertains Large Crowd--Feature to Carmandale., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-31


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OPENING DAY AT DORVAL Interesting and Spirited Racing Entertains Large Crowd Feature to Carmandale MONTREAL Qnc May 30 The racing season at Montreal under the jurisdiction of the Cana ¬ dian Racing Associations was ushered in at Dorval Iark this afternoon with the running of a well balanced card of seven events Two races were featured the Hurricane Purse a dash of three quarters mile and the Inaugural Purse at a mile In the former some shifty sprinters answered the call and it resulted In a victory for E F Whitneys speedy Carmandale with Rubidium and Antilles second and third respectively As expected the winner went to the front under energetic handling on Parrlngtons part and gamely held on although tiring at the end Rubidium close fast and after passing Antilles threatened the winner in the last eighth eighthIt It was an exceptionally large Monday crowd that journeyed to the course uid they were well re ¬ warded for their trip Interesting and spirited rac ¬ ing prevailed and good prices resulted The track was in good condition and scratches were few fewFizer Fizer was returned winner of the Inaugural Purse when Pimlico raced to the outside fence at the lop of the stretch while Duke John was third The winner was overlooked by the talent and paid 1990 for a 2 investment investmentMr Mr Kenneth Dawes has been elected a member of the executive committee of the Montreal Jockey Club Mr Dawes is a son of the late J P Dawes who raced some famous jumpers including Charle ¬ magne in the United States some years ago and was one of the moving spirits in the Belair race track situated near Montreal MontrealThe The E F Whitney stable arrived from the Wood ¬ bine yesterday All of the twoyearolds including the filly Second Thoughts have been taken down With sickness sicknessII II Neiistcter arrived from Kentucky with ten horses and unloaded at the Dorval plant Jockeys J Ryan and Jack OBrien accompanied IJie stable stableD D Kearney arrived from Belmont Park with a division of the Triple Springs Farm and D Ray ¬ mond stables stablesTwo Two horses that have not faced the barrier have been placed on the schooling list by order of the stewards namely Headman and Tom Jr The formers entry has been refused even through the steeplechase field fieldARRANGE ARRANGE FOR BARRIER SCHOOLING SCHOOLINGStarter Starter Morrissey has made arrangements to school horses at the barrier both here and at Blue Bonnets Red Gilmour will be at the latter place While Ed Thomas will be at Dorval Schooling hours are from 9 to 1230 every morning morningJames James Johnson arrived from Jamaica with a string of ten and took up quarters here The stable is headed by the good juvenile Misdeal MisdealFrank Frank Flanncry was an arrival from New York YorkNorman Norman MacFarlane who will officiate as one of the stewards arrived from Kentucky this morn ¬ ing ingTrainer Trainer Allen Bulcroft who has the fencer Jim Thorpe reports that he is going along in good style Jim Thorpe was fired and blistered last winter after receiving minor injuries last fall There arc five other jumpers in the string namely Redstart Phil T White Crown Laurctian and a threeyearold Peter Clinch who was one of the judges at the recent Woodbine Park meeting passed through Montreal on his way to his home in St John N B Mr Clinch was one of Canadas finished riders a decade ago agoJockeys Jockeys F Merimec and Komanelli joined the riding colony The latter will ride as a free lance i iWar War Fox was scratched from tun second race to ¬ day hsg thc stable did not get away from the Woodbine Iark tn time timeActing Acting on orders from the department of agri ¬ culture at Ottawa the mutuels payoff will be figured on the basis of one dollar the same as the Woodbiiie Park meeting W C AVestmorelahd arrived from New York with several additions to the stable acquired by purchase from S A Clopton Among the new ones are White Socks Toss Up Two Pair and the twoyearold Dare i Jockey II Garner arrived from Kentucky and F Murphy from Toronto The latter will resume riding for the Brookdale Stable at this meeting meetingThe The racing officials for the meeting are as fol ¬ lows lowsSteward Steward Representing Canadian Racing Associa ¬ tions Francis Nelson NelsonStewards Stewards Donat Raymond Major J T McBridc Dr L J Lemicux LemicuxJudges Judges J D Campbell and Sheridan Clark ClarkStarter Starter Harry Morrissey MorrisseyRacing Racing secretary Sheridan Clark

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