Windsors Glorious Sport: Sparkling Racing Replete with Thrills Delights Large Crowd, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-24


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WINDSORS GLORIOUS SPORT -- -i f Sparkling Racing Replete with Thrills Delights Large Crowd. Brilliant Jester Wins Under But-well s Masterly Ride Bullet Proofs Fast Race. " r - -r-i AVINDSOR, Ont.. August 23. The Seagram Stables Brilliant Jester was returned the winner of the feature attraction at AAindsor this afternoon, defeating Breeze in a spectacular struggle which lasted through the final eighth and in which Bnt-.vell outrode his less experienced opponent Dilg-gan. Kinburn wis third, while the only other starter. King Thrush, was a bad fourth. The race was a dash of a mile and a sixteenth and was for a purse value of ,000. The winner was installed into favoritism by the public and his victory was-a most popular one. The start was a good one and Butwell sot the pace with the English-bred racer, followed by King Thrush and Breeze. Xbe latter came through next to the inner rail at the far. turn aiid drew up alongside of the leader when straightened in the final eighth to stage a thrilling battle to the end. Tlie card which was offered this afternoon was an excellent one and served to bring together well-balanced fields. Racing was of . a spirited order, the majority of the winners scoring under hard drives to win out in the final strides. The weather was ideal for outdoor sport and the track at its :hest. - The fourth race, a dash of three-quarters of a mile, which brought together a band of shifty sprinter;!, resulted in a closely achieved victory of the Nugent Stables Bullet Proof over Last One, with the popular choice. 3Iidnight Sun, third. Last One set a fast pace from the start with Bullet Proof and Midnight Sun in closest pursuit. This order was maintained until the far turn, when Bullet Proof challenged and. after a thrilling final eighth duel, got the decision by a head. The winner was ridden by B. Parke and he ran the three-quarters mile in 1:11: the fastest of the meeting. A handicap for Canadian-bred three-year-olds anil over was won by G. 31. Hendries Salvo, with Sudor second and St. Paul third. Salvo got up in the closing strides to beat the tiring Ross, candidate by a head after the latter had shown the way throughout. The opening dash of the afternoon, calling for maiden two-year-olds at five and a half furlongs, brought about the first success of the Aniner filly Gazinta. The winner was ridden by Richcrcek and outlasted Fedora, though tiring at the end. TAWASENTHA AT LONG ODDS. J. L. P-aiils colors -were carried first past the judges in the second race by the filly Tawasentha. She was not given due consideration in the speculation and paid the handsome return of 0.05 for a investment. Her success was hard earned, Joe Joe threatening to wrest the victory from her in the filial strides. The crowd was exceptionally large for a Tuesday and certainly enjoyed the fine racing with its closely contested and thrilling finishes. AAhile being led over from Devonshire Park 3Irs. M. IT. Abbotts Breeze was crowded into a ditch by a motor truck and suffered a cut stifle behind. The injury, however, was not of sufficient importance to scratch him from the afternoons feature race. 3Iose Lowenstein arrived from Saratoga this morning and will remain for the remainder of the meeting. Lowenstein is busily engaged in working for the reinstatement of his contract rider G. Stack, who was set down some time ago. Following the running of the third race 3Ierrimac yesterday changed hands, going to E. Hniikins via the claiming route for ,500. E. A. Seagram arrived from AAaterloo this morning to witness the running of Brilliant Jester in todays feature. Jockey AV. Obert was set down for the remaindei of the meeting by starter 3Iorrissey for disobedience at the post. R. A. Smith, owner of the Sunnyland Stable, was an arrival today from Saratoga and will remain In Canada until the close of the racing season. Jockey K. Parringtou lost his apprentice allowance yesterday. E. A. Lynn has taken over the engagement book of jockey J. Hiintamer for the" rest of the AVindsor meeting and also at Devonshire. George Finch has completed arrangements to take over the horses in training for J. C. Fletcher, which will be shipped to 3Iontreal. Harry Giddings will ship his band of Canadian-bn.ds from here to Blue Bonnets to engage in racing at that point.

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