Ajom Stars at Hamilton: Scores an Easy Victory over Salvo in the Running of the Colonial Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-02


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AJOM STARS AT HAMILTON J Scores an Easy Victory Over Salvo in the Running of the Colonial Handicap. HAMILTON, Out.. August 1. J. K. L. Ros Ajom. a three-year-old son of Aleppo Pollie Hill, and conceding weight to every other starter in the race, accounted for the Colonial Handicap, the feature attraction of the civic holiday card at Hamilton this afternoon. Hack of the Ross color bearer was Salvo, with Azrael third. The winner was ridden by Eriekson and, taking the lead when straightened out on the back stretch, drew away when called en to win by a wide margin. Salvo was under restraining tactics for a greater part of the race, and when called on was unable to get to the winner. A card which served to bring together well matched fields was offered as the secondary feature, tin? Civic Holiday Handicap. It was at a mile and an eighth anil served as a vehicle for G. M. Ilendries Estero to win from Locky 1!.. with Registrar third. The winner came from behind. Lucky P.. showed a much improved race over his previous start iu going in which he was at his best, but tired and gave way in the last, sixteenth. The maiden steeplechase was productive of a spirited battle and enabled Sea Tale to graduate from the ranks over James A. Sheridan. The winner scored after a hard drive that lasted through the length of the stretch. A large crowd was on hand and suffered somewhat iii trying to pick the winners. J. Whyte reports the loss of the Canadian-bred Allsmoke. from a sudden attack of indigestion, which developed Saturday night. Allsmoke was a starter on Saturday. H. G. Redwell arrived this morning and will remain for a few days. Trainer Rringloe of the Seagram Stable announced this morning that he had gelded the Canadian-bred two-year-old Gal Rally. The youngster was shipped back to the farm at Waterloo and will not be a starter for someitiiue. . .- -jSSf. - riM fr-bovtf. virociMrftcrcSri?dnamaiIr.tPtng siable, was an arrival from Montreal this morning. T. II. Jtird, who formerly raced Martian, will leave for Saratoga in a few days. Mr. P.ird will attend some of the yearling sales. W. A. McKinney this morning purchased from H. Neusteler on private terms the filly Gorilla. The following are the Hamilton officials: Stewards J. P.. Campbell and Francis Nelson representing C. R. A.. Honorary stewards J. F. Monck and Goidon .L Henderson. Judges Julius G. Reeder and D. S. Gillies. Starter Harry Mor-rissey. Handicapper J. P.. Campbell. Physician Col. Geo. S. Rcnnie. C. M. G., Paddock Judge J. W. Groves, I. V. S. Patrol judges AY. Martin. Cloak of the scales Joseph McLennan. Tinier II. H. Davis. Secretary A. R. IJUdon. II. Chiding Sr. was a visitor Saturday afternoon for the first time in several months. He was taken ill early this summer, but is now fully recovered. F. W. Staton was an arrival Saturday from Empire City with a string of three to campaign over the circuit for the remainder of the Canadian season. Tin? J. K. L. Ross stable has taken a call on the services of jockey II. Eriekson and he will ride for the Canadian division at this meetin;.-. Andrew J. Stallings, accompanied by Mrs. Stilling, was a visitor from New Orleans Saturday and will remain for several days racing. Mr. Stallings was a steward during one of the meetings of the Rusincss Mens Racing Association held at the Crescent City. Trainer J. Hope reports that the good plater Duke Ruff pulled up lame following a recent workout and will be shelved for some time.

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