Favorites Day At Dorval: Zouave Takes St. Lawrence Purse--Improved Weather Brings Out Big Crowd., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-03


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FAVORITES DAY AT DORVAL Zouave Takes St Lawrence Purse Improved Weather Brings Out Big Crowd MONTREAL Quo June 1 Zouave under a hustling ride by Gruneisen accounted for the fifth race described as the St Lawrence Purse which was offered ns the feature race today at Dorval The winner was sent to the front at the start and held Helen Atkin safe in the final drive Madge F closed with a rush and took the small end of the purse purseImproved Improved weather conditions prevailed and n crowd of large proportions was on hand to witness the running of the card Favorites were returned winners in a majority of the races and the sport was of a spirited order With the exception of the main race a poor grade of horses participated in the different contests contestsThe The second race which was framed for maidens and maiden riders marked the first victory for Miller Henderson on the Canadian circuit this year when Doctor Jim was returned an easy winner He was ridden by Jockey L Veitch a son of Silas Veitch the wellknown trainer trainerJockey Jockey T Rowan arrived from New York this morning He was granted a temporary license and will ride for Carey Winfrey WinfreyLouis Louis Letourneau has ordered taken up the three yearold Fornova which will be put into training This colt was wintered on a farm near this city cityTrainer Trainer D Kearney will return to New York fol ¬ lowing the cjose of the Blue Bonnets meeting Mr Kearney will turn over the Canadianbred Salvatellc to Allan Bnlcroft to campaign over the Canadian tracks tracksJames James Johnston this morning at private sale dis ¬ posed of the twoyearolds Justina E and Lucky Lass to M Summers SummersI I B Bradfield arrived this morning at Blue Bonnets from Loulswllc Ky with two horses horsesR R Sticver has taken over the engagement book of jockey II Garner GarnerC C Penniston who engages in breeding on a lim ¬ ited scale near this city announces the arrival of a colt by Sky Pilot dam Muriel The dam has been bred to Eustis EustisAmong Among other improvements at Blue Bonnets fol ¬ lowing the spring meeting will be the narrowing of the homestretch by twentyfive feet which will be added to the lawn The track at present is 110 feet wide wideThe The entry of the horse Semper Stalwart has been held up until the present controversy has been set ¬ tled as to definite ownership ownershipSteward Steward Francis Nelson notified the officials of the Thorncliffc meeting before leaving Toronto to use extreme caution in identifying horses as it was reported that a stable of alleged ringers had ar ¬ rived in Toronto from the West On inquiry here it was learned from customs authorities that no horses had arrived here from Toronto but those identified and no entry has been made for one named Colorado believed to have been shipped here

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