Devonshire Track Heavy: Mud Runners Given a Chance to Gather some Money, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-04


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DEVONSHIRE TRACK HEAVY i Mud Runners Given a Chance to Gather Some Money. Sandy Beal Gets the Best of Dodge in the Feature Race of the Day. WINDSOlt. Ont., Ansust I. The Mnrylanders put it over tin: Kentuckians at Devonshire this afternoon when W. S. Murrays Sandy Deal beat Dodge ont by a length in the Kiwnnis Haudicap. The Kiwanis was a dash cf a mile and a eighth for tlie imposing snui of S..OOO. It brought to t lie post a field of tlie best horses racing here. Pongee and Dodge were both heavily supported, and in tlie early running it seemed the Gallaher filly would make good. She outran the others from the start and sprinted into a three lengths lead, which she maintained until rounding tlie far turn. Dodge was closest in pursuit, and when Pongee began tiring took the lead, only to be beaten out in the streteh drive by Sandy Deal. Mrrissey used splendid judgment on the winner. He did not hurry him any in the early running, and permitted the leaders to race themselves into exhaustion. When entering tlie home streteh his rider eallcd on him and Handy Beal responded witli a rush and, wearing the tiring Dodge down in the final eighth, won going away. Pongee tired badly in the last sixteenth and finished out of tin? money. The Tijuana Hindoo. Judge Kllsworth, upset calculations when lie beat Hadrian in the fourth nice. dash of three-quarters... to which a purse of ,000 was added. Speculation was divided between Klubnni. which was a hot favorite, and Hadrian. Judge Kllsworth took the lead at She start and, sprinting away from the others, was never headed and won with speed in reserve from Hadrian. Kin-burn ran a dull race and failed to finish in tlie money, being beaten out by a neck by Furbelow for third plaee. The track was still heavy. Tlie attendance was large and speculation brisk. It, A. Smith shipped the Sunnyland Stable to Saratoga this afternoon. The string includes among others the useful racers Irish Kiss and Slippery Kim. Jockey L. Morris accompanied the Smith establishment. At the conclusion of the Saratoga meeting the stable will be sent to Maryland for the fall meetings at Havre do Grace, laurel, Pimlico and Dowie. The dates for the second and final meeting at Thorncliffe were officially announced this morning. The meeting is scheduled to begin September li and continue to September 2:i, which means that it will immediately precede the fall meeting of the Ontario Jockey Club at Woodbine Park. Deports from Daltimore are that W. A. Durtt-schell is improving and hopes to ho in condition to resume his duties as trainer next fall. D. S. Kddy. manager of the Fair ".rounds course in New Orleans, is expected here tomorrow to spend a few days before continuing on his journey to Saratoga. Judge J. A. Murphy announced that he would leave for Mexico City November 1 to arrange details preparatory to the opening of the meeting in that city. The firing irons have been applied to Hayracks knees in the hope of getting her to stand training. J. 0. Durttschell will make an effort to get her ready for the Havana meeting. W. A. Carter, who at present is located at Saratoga, will leave for Cuba at the conclusion of that meeting to take up the big band of racers that the Armenia Stable has turned out at its farm at Artemsia.

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