Capital Windsor Racing: Dream of Allah First in the Provincial Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-15


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CAPITAL WINDSOR RACING Dream of Allah First in the Provincial Handicap. Black Servant Succumbs to His Heavy Impost and Runs Unplaced to Irish Jig. WINDSOR. Out.. July 14. Edward P.. McLean scored his first important success of the Canadian campaign when Dream of Allah was returned an easy winner of the Provincial Handicap at Windsor ibis afternoon. Rack of the daughter , of Colin fin-i-died Second Thoughts, while the hitherto unbeaten John Finn was third. The winner was ridden by Butwell and covered the distance of five and a half l"uilcng: ii: l:02-;3, which was one-fifth fastci than the old tack record, held by Water Lady aw! Miss Gayne jointly. It was a field of representative two-year-olds that faced the starter, leaving eight of the overnight carded fourteen named to start, six being scratched. Dream of Allah was first to show in front, closely pursued by Wolfs Cry and Second Thoughts, while the remainder, with the exception of Bonus and Capt. Scott, were iu close striking distance. Going to the far turn Wolfs Cr.r dropped back and Second Thoughts moved up menacingly. Butwell, however, was alert to the danger, and shook up his mount. She responded in game fashion and drew far away at the end. John Finn began slowly but. closing up ground in resolute fashion, finished a creditable third. Johnny Dun-jlee .to takiv.the .fourth nioneyj Apart from the "feature race it was a card of erceptlonal merit that was offered for decision. The different races furnished spirited racing, the majority of the. winners being returned after hard drives. Corenzio. under energetic riding by Murphy, was all out to be returned the winner from Lyn-mouth. The latter showed a great flight of speed. Royal Gift swerved toward the inside rail when he felt the lash and forced the remaining starters to pull up. Threatening weather, tempered by a cool breeze, had no effect on the great crowd which eame to the course. The hardest blow to the talent was the defeat of the bdds-on choice Black Servant. Irish Jig won. with Jim Daisy second and Runquol third. Black Servant shouldered 132 pounds and being much used in racing with Jim Daisy tired badly in the final eighth, Lyke eased him up when he was- beaten. Word was received this morning that Sam Hildreth will ship Grey 1ms to Devonshire to compete iu the Devonshire International. Special accommodations are under construction for the Kancocas star. The Nugent Stables Belgian Queen was excused by the stewards, due to an attack of sickness. A. L. Austin reported the death of the plater Runnyveii from inflammation of the bowels. E. L. Loubats old campaigner Douglass S. came out of his race in a bad way. He bowed a tendon badly and will be retired. W. Norvell. racing- secretary at Kenilworth Park, came over today to straighten out the final kinks before the opening at that point next Wednesday. Mr. Norvell predicts a successful meeting. At the meeting of the Canadian Racing Associations G. M. Hendrie presided. H. J. Mclntyre of the Hamilton Jockey Club. J. II. Madigin of t Niagara Racing Association and E. F. Seagram of the Ontario Jockey Club formed the committee.

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