New American Time Record: Goaler Reduces Man o Wars Mark for Mile and an Eighth.; Thriller Between Ralco, Royce Rools and Cum Sah in the Richmond Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-11


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NEW AMERICAN TIME RECORD Goaler Reduces Man o Wars Mark for Mile and an Eighth Thriller Between Ralco Royce RoyceRools Rools and Cum Sah in the theRichmond Richmond Handicap NEW YORK N Y June 10 Humble and lowly Coaler came out the prison of his mean estate in selling platerdom at Belniont Park this afternoon to make an American thoroughbred racing record for one mile and an eighth and to displace Man o War from that corner of his speed realm realmCoaler Coaler won the Baysidc Handicap in 149 which boats Man o Wars 149 under 120 pounds at Aqueduct made July 10 last year for the Dwyer Stakes when he beat John P Grier in a notable race raceHere Here are the comparative fractions of Coalers and Man o Wars mile and an eighth 14 12 34 1m 1 1S 1SGoaler Goaler 24 46 111 136 149 Man o War 23 46 109 136 149 149These These figures show how easily the champion took things in the last threeeighths and rathors dls counts Coalers time Goaler had only 92 pounds on his back today and was ridden by master Gantncr a most promising boy liy the way wayCoalers Coalers speed may have been one of the flukes of racing which turn up at intervals and are made by the peculiarities of the ihorses contending conrse pace and weights P in ui aittf is elderly entire and of stout lineage Mr BnioFt bred him in England He Is by Duke Michael a son of Dinna Forget a good sound horse from the mare Gallows Hill by Galashlcls From this dam Coaler pronounced Jailer in Eng ¬ land gets Iris name It is rather farfetched and thick thickMan Man o Wars mark was Hie old record The Bel mont record was War Clouds 150 made last September in the Belmont Park Autumn Handicap Thc nglisbA is slower than ours Brown Prince now all American sire at Ellcrslie holds it lie ran tfyu Newmarket mile and an eighth No ¬ vember 1917 in the Cambridgeshire Handicap in 150 Coaler was claimed a day or two ngo by S Lundo in whose violet green and white he made his record The horse is destined for Cana ¬ dian future action and will be sent to Hamilton to take part especially in the 10000 National Handi ¬ cap to be run June 30 30STORY STORY OF THE HACE HACEThe The Bayside Handicap in which Goaler outdid himself was the fourth on the card and for three yearolds and over Bellsolar was in it and the rational favorite So were Dream of the Valley La Rableo and Captain Alcock all fast horses Dream of the Valley off flying cracked in the pace and made the quarter in 24 and half In 43 sec ¬ onds He began to come back to his horses on the long turn and La Rablce and Captain Alcock and he were running in a cluster the mile in 130 at the eighth post Goaler here began to close Bellsolar did not The pace was too fast for the old lady though she came home stoutly in the tracks center In the last sixteenth La Rablce and Cap ¬ tain Alcock hung a bit and Goaler got to beat them past the judicial post by a half length La Rablee a head before the Captain Beltsolar ran her race1 at the weights and was last beaten four lengths Young Gantncr who rode the win ¬ ner did so astonishingly well at the end though Goaler is a free runner The boy has only been riding races since April 15 last and is 18 years old He is a lad of more than ordinary intelligence and ought to develop into a good jockey jockeyLa La Rablce kicked a hole through one of the stalls in the paddock and cut one of her legs pretty severely before she was extricated Her race under the circumstances was a good one oneThe The other weight adjustment event of the day by Mr Vosburgh the Richmond Selling Handicap at seveneighths on the main course was another tribute to his finer racing judgment The Richmond finish was a thriller between Ralco Royce Roolx and Cum Sah Its speed for threequarters of a mile outdid Coalers but this speed was so great that the sprinters were staggering at the end and the last eighth took them lo to accomplish the seveneighths in 124 Georgie was the favorite made so and kept so by her owner Cum Sah was responsible for the upset which came He settled things by a sizzling pace with the favorite the quarter in 23 half in 40 and threequarters in 110 Under pressure to keep up Georgia weak ¬ ened at the eighth post aiid tlfen came a finish that was mot cycablc First Cum Sah headed Georgie Then Royce Rools outside Georgie and Cum Sah drew out anil looked all over a winner twenty yards out when Raleo inside of Royce Rools under Kcoghs vigor and some luck to get through flashed up and won in the last two strides by a nose necks between Royce Rools and Cum Sah Royco Rools was bearing out as is Ids wont when he tired and to the stands denizens hr seemed to win The judges were right it was as pretty a finish as has been seen in many a day as close as the Scotch race so to write writeSALMON SALMON BUYS EIDENOUB CONTRACT CONTRACTW W J Salmon bought the contract on W Ridenour from A L Kirby The boy had been denied per mission to ride here for deserting the employ of Kirby The transfer of his contract restores him to good standing standingThe The opening race for twoyearold maidens over the straight four and a half furlongs course saw the defeat of Bub Mays good thing from Jamaica Juno which though heralded as a wonder and away well fell before Margaret White not Considered to have much of a chance It was a wonderful start for sixteen such beginners and Margaret White off in front stayed tnere to gradu ¬ ally expand her lead and win easily from Juno and Commander MeMeekin Runuyol well consid ered ran dully So did Mad Nell noticed only be ¬ cause Sandc rode her Continued on secpnd page NEW AMERICAN TIME RECORD Continued from first page Cartoonist Fishers Muskallonge in a soft place in the conditional race for threeyearolds on the horseshoe mile wasnt given the support he de ¬ served Snnde was on his l ick yet ho was but a mild favorite Sando rode him a fine race Getting away first with Muskallonge his rider rated him in front and stole away on the turn into the stretch so that the rest wore at sea Muskallonge won in a canter from an exhausted lot of horses which lie outclassed with a good well rated mile in 138 138The The arniy officers milo race was fifth on the program and the gallant riders sort of led in the five starters so that the lawn was well trimmed Major Koch on Chester Two the favorite rode him judiciously and well and lie won in a canter from Courteous and Avonhear The winner was only bought by Major Koch a few weeks ago agoE E M Welds Ultimus Hurakan filly Ultimata the favorite overhauled the tiring Confusion in tin closing strides of the sixth race a four and a half furlongs straight dash for twoyearold maiden fil ¬ lies and drew into a length lead under a strong ride by L Kator Confusion and Flying Jib weie next nextThere There was only an ordinary crowd at the races The afternoon was warm still and speed inviting and the course condition shown best by the speed of Goaler and Ralco RalcoJockey Jockey S Sncidman underwent an operation Thursday for the removal of a section of bone over his left oar The operation was made neces ¬ sary by the recurrence of trouble resulting from a fall

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