Dufferin Parks Good Meeting Ends, Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-16


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DUFFERIN PARKS GOOD MEETING ENDS TORONTO Out June 15 The running of to ¬ days card at Dufferin Park marked the windup of the most successful meeting in the history of the Metropolitan Racing Association Summerlike weather conditions again prevailed and a crowd of over 8000 witnessed the afternoons sport The attendance each day has shattered all previous rec ¬ ords for this course and the racing has warranted such lil eral support supportR R F Coppage provided the winner of the Duf ¬ ferin Park Handicap the closing days racing at ¬ traction when Murray scored over First Pullet in a driving finish The latter was much used in rac ¬ ing Dainty Lady into defeat and had nothing in re ¬ serve when the winner challenged challengedJockey Jockey W Ilinphy who piloted Murray had n good day He also scored with Nettie Waleutt and L Gentry both of which won by narrow margins after grueling stretch struggles Cock o the Main Hemlock and No Trumps were also hard pressed to win their respective races The latter returned the longest dividend of any winner during the seven days daysJockey Jockey F Moore was suspended indefinitely for rough riding and crowding at the start of the fifth race raceThe The suspensions for rough riding of jockeys J Groth and J Dominick terminated today Groth will go to Hamilton with C Phillips while Dom ¬ inick departs for Quebec City where he will ride for C E Davis DavisThe The R F Coppage string will be shipped to Ham ¬ ilton by trainer O Johnson W C Wcaiit goes to Fort Erie with his extensive string stringJudge Judge Edward Colu left tonight for his home in New York Starter George Miller returns to Bal ¬ timore Md W R Norvell leaves for Windsor to make preparations for the meeting at Kcnil worth Park where he will again serve as racing secretary secretaryJohnston Johnston Southard track superintendent at Devon ¬ shire Park and Kenilworth Park Windsor was a visitor here today He reports that general man ¬ ager Bradley Wilson of Devonshire Park is en route to New York where he will endeavor to secure the cream of the eastern threeyearolds for he 20000 stake to be run at the Windsor course on opening day July 30 30Jockey Jockey W Ilinphy left tonight for Ottawa

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