Rejuvenated Dodge Wins: Defeats Eddie Rickenbacher in Main Race at Hamilton-King Terry Breaks Leg, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-01


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1 I ! ! ; : , REJUVENATED DODGE WINS Defeats Eddie Rickenbacher in Main Race at Hamilton King Terry Breaks Leg. HAMILTON, Out.. 3une 30. J. S. Ward kept up his winning streak at Hamilton when the rejuvenated Dodge took a fast band of sprinters into camp in the running of the Wentworth Handicap, at three-quarters of a mile, the main attraction of todays program. Back of him finished Eddie Rickenbacher and Pongee. Of the six that started the J. R. Skinker color bearer was installed favorite, with the winner a well supported second choice. The field was dispatched to a good start and Eddie Rickenbacher was the first to show in front, closely followed by Hidden Jewel, with Dodge in third position. These positions were maintained until well in the stretch, where the weight began to tell on the favorite and Dodge, closing in a determined manner, got up to win going away by a length. Hidden Jewel quit badly and Pongee came along to take the small end of the purse. Overhead conditions, were all that could be desired and a crowd of huge proportions was on hand to witness the running of the card. The track was in good condition, considering the rainstorms of the past few days and the time hung out for the different races was well up to the standard. Apart from the running of the feature, a dash of five-eighths fashioned for Canadian-bred two-year-olds attracted considerable attention. This race brought together some of the best of the juveniles foaled in Ontario, and the winner .urned up in the Brookdale Stables Corenzio, with Captain Scott and Chloris second and third respectively. The winner was much the best and scored in an easy manner. He was heavily supported and was the first successful choice in nine races. The steeplechase event, which was over the two-mile course, resulted in a hard blow for the j J, Lumsden stable when King Terry had to be destroyed after suffering a broken leg. He was in a contending position going to the fourteenth fence when he fell. The finish resulted in a stirring spectacle in which Max Meadows managed to outlast Dandy by a nose. Lytle finished third. Frank Tannehill, the theatrical prompter, today sc-pred -and9XV.iUt-tsaS- fioiii ".T. 1C .RosS the Toiir-ycar-pld, filly Bryngar. The latter won the Provincial Nursery Stakes at Montreal two years ago. Mr. Tannehill said he intended to purchase more horses. Trainer W. Irvine shipped the E. F. Whitney stable to Fort Erie this morning. Second call has been secured on jockey T. Parrington, who will journey to Saratoga as premier rider for the establishment. Fred Gcrhardy departed for Montreal today to complete arrangements for the opening at De-lorimier Park. Jockey J. D. Mooney was suspended by the stewards for the remainder of the meeting for striking jockey J. Rowan following the running of the seventh race on Monday. Paul Fox will ship the H. Lingelbach horses from here to Saratoga on Friday. Two claims were filed last nigjtt following the running of the seventh race. M. Gran; took Winne-conue for ,200 from Arthur Marrone, while the, latter took Goldine for ,000 from A. L. Austin." Candle, which pulled up lame yesterday following the running of the steeplechase, was so badly broken down this morning that he was destroyed. Owner .1. Beamish reported that there was no insurance on the horse. J. AV. Healy will ship the steeplechasers that he is training for J. Lumsden and L. Murphy to Saratoga tomorrow to await the opening there.

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