Another Imported Winner: Seagram Stables Brilliant Jester Takes Fort Erie Main Race Double for Ross Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-06


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ANOTHER IMPORTED WINNER Seagram Stables Brilliant Jester Takes Fort Erie Main Race Double for Ross Stable. FOKT EBIE, Ont., July 5. The Seagiam Stables imported Brilliant Jester accounted for the running of the Touraine Hotel Purse, which was offered as the feature attraction this afternoon. Some Baby was the one to finish in second place, while Pastoral Swain was third. The winner was ridden by Lancaster, went to the front when straightened out on the backstreteh, withstood several determined challenges and won with something to spare at the end. The race was at a mile and a sixteenth and fashioned for three-year-olds and over. The winner was the longest-priced one of the day, netting his supporters 8.85 for a two-dollar ticket. Sweltering heat showed no signs of abatement but nevertheless another crowd of good proportions was on hand to witness the running of the days card. The J. K. L. Boss stable accounted ror two or the afternoons races, when Sudor annexed a dash framed for non-winning jockeys, and Dladema scored a hollow victory in the Bee Hive Purse. "Weights for the .0,000 Frontier Handicap, to be run on July 11. the opening feature of the Windsor Jockey Clubs meeting, will be announced on Saturday next." said Howard Pierson, who was a visitor at the track today. "The starters in this event will be stars of recent New York, Kentucky and Canadian circuit meetings. "With a fast track, I look for the greatest contest in the history of the race, and maybe a a new record for the mile and an eighth route. With such horses as Mad Hatter, Grey Lag. Exterminator. Yellow Hand and John P. Grier likely to start, it is reasonable to presume that a fast performance will be recorded." Jockey J. Williams left this evening for Saratoga to visit his wife, who is ill. He will be gone for several days. Among tin e who will return to Hamilton from here are J. W. Pangle, John J. Farrell and W. C. Westmoreland. The horses will be rested up awaiting the resumption of racing at that point. Albert Simcns, following the close of this meeting, will return .the band. tlmt.hehjihjettufori-A. Ctopttsu toew Yorlf. " The condition books for the coining meeting under the auspices of the Windsor Jockey Club were" distributed to horsemen today. Henry McDaniel will ship the J. K. L. Boss stable from here to Windsor to fulfill the stake engagements at that point thence to Saratoga. The transfer of the contract on jockey I. Gordon to J. H. Lewis from A. L. Austin was completed this morning.

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