Dull Day at Kenilworth: Afternoon of Purses and Slow Selling Platers, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-23


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DULL DAY AT KENILWORTH Afternoon of Purses and -Slow Selling, Platers. 4 Smart Guy Defeats Ima Frank in the Main Race Favorites Badly Selected. KENILWORTH, Out.. July 22. There was no carded feature at Kcnilworth this afternoon, the program being devoted to horses of the inferior order and mostly under claiming conditions. A dash of three-quarters, which was awarded the position of honor and carded as the fourth race, brought together a well-matched field. A. Swcnkc scored his first victory at the meeting when Smart Guy was returned the winner from Ima Frank and Ultra Gold. The winner saved enough ground at tha head of the stretch to assure him the victory, when Burke allowed Ima Frank to go to the outside fence. Ultra Gold got up in time to take the small end of the purse from Hidden Jewel. The latter was the early pacemaker, but tired badly. It was a day of upsets for the talent, who were all at set in regard to locating the winners. But one successful choice was returned during the afternoon, namely, Photoplay in the second race. The wise ones suffered the worst blow in the opening race when Humorist. Which had been backed with rare confidence, failed to overhaul Chlbris. The winner began in front and was never headed. The race witnessed a change in ownership when W. C. Weant secured Photoplay from C. II. Kriebelkamp for ,000. Weant was represented in the nice by Joe Campbell. Jockey Dreyer was forced to cancel his mount on Darnley in the sixth race, due to an attack of sickness. Josie Gorman came out of her race in a bad way. She was jumped on and suffered a severe cut. Trainer John Schorr reports that several of the E. B. McLean horses are suffering, from slight attacks of coughing at Windsor. It was decided by the management of the Devon -slir- track that the rule as applied in, Kenlucky to the apprentice allowance would be ir. use here. Tii.iti.-i W. Irvine reports that he wil: ship the K. F. Whitney stable to Saratoga July 27. Jockey iaiiigton will accompany the stable Samuel Hildrelh wired the Devonshire management for four stalls to quarter the horses he will ship there to fill stake engagements. .n.iiiig those who have decided t- ship from here tj Hamilton are C. F. Clark, Howard Oots, .1. l!ef-fe.-ing awl C. C. Winfrey. J. Adkins this morning purchased from the Nevada Stock Farm on private terms the two-year-old Ambush. J. W. Beans AH Fair was excused from the second race by the stewards. The filly scraped her leg over a chain that had been stretched across the door of the stall. At private sale today the Lincoln Stable sold to A. Trovato the mare -Medusa. She will be campaigned over the Canadian circuit.

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