Dufferin Racing Popular: W. M. Cain Scores Double Victory and Jockey Foden Rides Three Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-13


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DUFFER1N RACING POPULAR W. M. Cain Scores Double Victory and Jockey Foden Rides Three Winners. TORONTO. Ont., September 12. W. M. Cain provided two of the winners of the fourth day of the Toronto Driving Clubs autumn meeting at Duf-fcrin Park this afternoon in Brown Bill and Tom Logan. Brown Bill, after being outrun by North Shore and Ravanna in the early running, came from behind rounding the stretch turn and scored a, rather easy victory in the fourth race. Tom Logans success came with the running of the sixth race, in which he raced View into defeat and held Safranor safe in the final drive. Both, of the Cain representatives were ably ridden by the local jockey, N. Foden, who carried off the riding honors with three winners to his credit. Fodens other successful mount, n.ickamore, never left the result iu serious doubt in the fifth race. Chantour scored his second success at this meeting when he annexed the second race for Canadian-bred horses after leading throughout. The attendance numbered 7,000 today, the largest off-day gathering of the meeting. Saturdays crowd was officially given out as 14,100. Ten thousand five hundred programs were sold during the afternoon. Colonel Matt was severely cut about the legs during his nice here on Saturday, and was unable to run today. Following this misfortune Polk transferred his horses to Thorncliffe Park, Toronto. Due to lameness Jack Mount was an absentee from the fifth race. He will not. be in condition to race further at this meeting. D. Fountain has departed for Thorncliffe Park with his string. Daneer and Loch Loven, two members of the R. F. Coppage string, were cut down iu their recent races at this meeting, and trainer Olin Johnson has moved them, along with Murray, to Thorncliffe. A carload of horses left hero Saturday night for Napanee, Ont., to race at the fair this week. The shipment includes Heleu Hartman, Ellen Chapman and Margaret Rose, the property of Sampson. Gold Galore and Royal Red Bird, in charge of W. Mulligan, and P. Mnlhill with Black Stir. -

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