Maisonneuve Track Heavy: Horace Lerch Captures Feature Attraction Largest Crowd of Week Present, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-22


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MAISONNEUVE TRACK HEAVY Horace Lerch Captures Feature Attraction-Largest Crowd of Week Present. MONTBKAI.. oe.. July 12. Over a track that was heavy and huldins. which required a horse of stout courage to run over, C. B. Davisons Horace r.oreh easily captured the Belmont Purse, the fourth aud most pretentious offering at Maisonnouvr Park this afternoon. Mormon, which provided keen contention during the early stages, finished iu second place, with I.e Balafre a distant third. Owing to the condition of the track small fields were the order and the majority of the winners scored with considerable to spare. The weather was ideal and the largest crowd of the week journeyed to the course. Osias Thevret was taken into custody here this afternoon by the police and charged with attempting to pass counterfeit money at the mutucl machines. P.. E. Graham was an arrival today from Bono, Nevada, but without any horses. He left hN stock iu the West and nntioipales purchasing sonic new material to race at the local tracks. Fred Sehelke was a visitor here today. He confirmed the report that ho has severed his connections with the stable of J. K. L. Boss. Mr. Schleke will return to AViridsor tonight, where he has some Jiorses in training. Trainer K. F. Beilly. who is handling the Canadian division of the Xapa Stock Farm Stable, has sold to J. W. Dayton the two-year-old Voogeria Ho also reports the arrival from Xew York of the two-year-olds Casadora. May S. and Bushala, all by Bunnyinede. and the throoTyear-old Boy C With the exception of Bunatrix and Beipio, tht Xapa Stock Farm horses will be transferred to Blue Bonnets tomorrow by trainer Beilly. As an aftermath of yesterdays near catastrophe here all children or adults with children will be refused admission at Muisonncuve Park in the future. Beyond a few minor bruises received from pieces of falling scantling no injuries have been reported to the management since the mishap. The well-known trainer, J. Montgomery, departed for home last night on receipt of the sad news of the sudden death of his wife. W. A. McKinney, trainer of the E. T. Zolliccffoi taWcv-WTs a visitor--today oir-AbusIness -trip-ntr1 horses are resting up at Hamilton. "

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