Good Racing at Dufferin: Best Finish in Third Race--W. Taylor and N. Foden Each Ride Two Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-14


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GOOD RACING AT DUFFERIN Best Finish in Third Race W. Taylor and N. Foden Each Ride Two Winners. TOKOXTO. Out.. September 13. A series of claiming races made up the card for the fifth days entertainment at Dufferin Park this afternoon, but despite this fact the racing was spirited and witnessed by a large crowd. The hest finish of the afternoon came with the running of the third race, in which the first four horses were closely bunched during the stretch run. In the last fifty yards Kafferty drew clear to win by a length. Jockeys W. Taylor and Foden divided the riding honors today, each piloting two winners. After scoring with Bafferty Taylor brought Dewitt through on the inside of Double Van in the stretch to win the fourth race in a driving finish. Under a masterly ride by Foden Dr. Shafer took the Measure of the odds-on favorite Speedster in the sixth. Foden scored with ease on Earnest in the initial dash. Lady Felix and Dottas Best also won by comfortable margins. During the running of the second race the Canadian-bred John Lake suffered a broken leg and was destroyed. Scintillate was an absentee, due to lameness in her shoulder. Chantour was so badly cut about the legs in his race yesterday that he will be on the shelf for a few days. The Canadian-bred Pleasure Bent cooled out lame after his race yesterday aud will be unable to run again for some time.

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