Busy Signal Breaks Down: Bradleys Crack Filly Hopelessly Bursts Tendon Sheath.; Rangoon Takes the Race After the Accident--Chicago Owner Captures Two Races., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-16


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BUSY SIGNAL BREAKS DOWN Braelleys Crack Filly Hopelessly Bursts Tendon Sheath Rangoon Takes the Race After Afterthe the Accident Chicago Owner OwnerCaptures Captures Two Races LATONIA Ky June 15 Just as the big crowd had settled down in anticipation of witnessing a spirited duel between Rangoon and Busy Signal in the mile and sixteenth 2000 handicap came a mishap to the Bradley filly which left Rangoon to go on and win in easy style The pair were engaged in what appeared a match race for no one regarded Harloek the only othor starter as being able to cope with the pair Busy Signal after delaying the start by her post antics got awny well and by virtue of her inner position came to the first quarter about a length in advance of Rangoon but when straightened away for the rush down the backstretch Busy Signal faltered and a moment later fell out of the running as if shot Lyko dis ¬ mounted when she came to a standstill to avoid falling The cause of her elimination was a bad breakdown in her left foreleg and she was with difficulty gotten off the track Her elimination caused Rangoon to race into the lead with a rush and every indication pointed to his running away from Harloek but the latter put up a surprisingly good battle and near the end Rangoon had to be shaken up slightly to win by a length lengthBusy Busy Signals injury consisted of several torn ligaments in her leg above the ankle and unfits her for further racing Every effort will be made to save her for breeding purposes purposesThe The sprint handicap at threequarters was the best contest of the afternoon Miss Jemima win ¬ ning after a sharp drive from the suddenly im ¬ proved Brookholt witli Marjorie Ilynes landing third The latter displayed fine speed in leading for the first half mile but could never get far away from Miss Jemima and on the stretch turn relinquished command to the latter but she in turn had to be ridden hard in the last sixteenth when Broos Jioll came witli a menacing rush Marjorie Ilyiicn tired steadily in the last eighth but was good enough to retain third place placeMcLEANS McLEANS FIRST KENTUCKY VICTORY VICTORYEdward Edward B McLeans colors were carried to victory for the first time this season in Kentucky when Dream of Allah the flashy daughter of Coin Garden of Allah won coinmandingly from Martha Iallon and Omnipotent Jockey Taylor who had the mount on Santa Clara in this broke his foot ns a result of coming in contact with the fence The rider claimed that the mishap was due to Butwell on the winner having jammed him against the fence The stewards after investigating the mau ¬ ler suspended Butwell for five days Butwell aa mitlcd the interference but said lie was not to blame that Dream of Allah carried him also against the rail after he had got her clear clearThe The mile and a quarter in which four started with Legal an overwhelming favorite furnished an upset when Alula the outsider won by a scant half length from Legal Alula showed much speed today and at one time had an eight lengths lead on the others but she tired gradually graduallyFrank Frank J Kelley the Chicago sportsman scored an unexpected double with Guvnor and Article X in the opening two races Both were ridden by G Fields who recently returned from Omaha Guvnor was lucky to last just long enough but Article X held a good lead from the first eighth eighthThe The closing race in wliich Tribune was favorite lesiillcd in a runaway victory for Title with Marse John just lasting long enough to hold second place lafe from the fast coming P G King KingHonolulu Honolulu Boy and Atta Boy II had to be ex ¬ cused from starting in the third and fiftii races on jiccoutlt of lameness lamenessJockey Jockey Taylor will have to be out of the saddle for about ten days as a result of his injury in the sixth race raceBusy Busy Signal will be shipped to Idle Hour Farm just as soon as she can stand the trip to Lexington LexingtonWilliam William Perkins contemplates shipping thirty hoises to Windsor to engage in the racing at Wind ¬ sor Kenilworth Park and Devonshire DevonshireRangoon Rangoon and Darjeeling have been priced to a prospective purchaser for 40000 40000The The horses of C F Clark will not be sent to Saratoga this year trainer George Barnes intending them to campaign in Canada

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