English Bred Horse Wins: Parisian Diamond Takes Feature Race at Dorval - Another Success for Assumption, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-01


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ENGLISH BRED HORSE WINS Parisian Diamond Takes Feature Race at Dor-val Another Success for Assumption. MONTREAL. Que.. August 31. The Seagram Stables Parisian Diamond, an imported four-year-old, accounted for the feature attraction at Dorval Park this afternoon, defeating in a driving finish Lads Love and Night Raider. The race was at one mile, and the winner ran the distance in 1:30-.. Five were carded to face the barrier and Kings Champion and Night Raider were accorded the most support from the talent, while the other starters were more or less neglected. The start was a good one. with Lads Love first away and setting the pace under restraint, closely followed by Night Raider. They maintained this order until entering the stretch, where both went wide, and Rowan, seeing his opportunity, brought Parisian Diamond through on the inside and the English-bred colt, in a great finish, got up in the final stride. Ideal weather conditions prevailed this afternoon and resulted in another crowd of large proportions journeying to the cotirss. The track had dried out remarkably well, following the sudden shower of yesterday, and good time was again displayed in the different dashes. Spirited racing was the order and the popular choices were subjected to another drubbing. What was carded as a secondary feature, the Dominion Nursery for Canadian-bred two-year-olds, at five and a half furlongs, resulted in the success of Chloris over Gazinta and l.idy Heart. The winner dominated the running from the start and drew away at the end into a safe lead. Assumption won his second success of the meeting when he took the measure of Sister Susie anil Puna-uian in the fourth race. Sister Susie led to the last eighth, where Assumption challenged and, after taking the lead, drew clear right at the end. Following the running of the fourth race, 0. Knight took Panaman from P. J. Miles for ,005. The Redbank Stable, the property of the late T. H. Love lias announced the following horses to be sold at public auction on Saturday, September 3; Tarascon, Redstart. AVhite Crown, Phil T Lauren-tian and First Consul. . ,-W. A. Porter;--agent for. t:ier-J,r K. " 17. "Ross stable arrived from Saratoga this morning. A telegram was received from Sidney Bender from "Windsor to Charles Campeau. containing the information that three-door express cars bad been arranged for to transport horses to the loading chute at Marianao, Cuba, from any loading point in Canada or thfc United States. Applications for car saic-: should be addressed to Sidney Bender, at Vvindser and Charles Campeau, at Montreal. A special train will . leave Montreal direct for Cuba at the close of the local season, October 20. Passports are unnecessary. Jockey H. Marinelli arrived from Saratoga this morning and will ride here as a free lance. J. C. Fletcher, who races a small stable of Cana-dian-breds, arrived from Toronto this morning. Charles F. Hill of the Thoroughbred Sales Company is expected in Montreal tomorrow to conduct the J. K. L. Ross yearling sale in the paddock on Monday. oiMinar.der J. K. L. Ross was a visitor today and will remain for the remainder of the meeting.

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