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1 j 1 i LADS LOVE IS TRIUMPHANT J Consistent Racer Easily Captures Queen City Handicap at Connaught Park. OTTAWA, Ont., September 17. The Queen City Handicap, the feature attraction at Connaught Park this afternoon, was captured by S. Miodows Lads Love, ridden by Dreyer, with Duke Ruff and Woodbine second and third respectively. The race was at a mile and a sixteenth, for three-year-olds and over, and it brought together a field of six. Flying Ford staying away. From a good start Lads Love raced in close pursuit of Duke Ruff and when rounding the far turn drew away into n long lead and was cased up through the final sixteenth. Duke Ruff came again with a rush at the end and outstayed Woodbine for second place. The latter ran a remarkable race, coming from the rear with great speed after being outrun during the early part of the race. Padua, the favorite, quit after running well for n half mile. A fust band of sprinters met in the fourth race, at three-quarters of a mile. Cormoran was the preference in a betting way, but ran poorly and quit after going a half mile. Pnnaman was the winner, passing the pacemaker. Mess Kit, after entering the stretch, and drawing clear in the last eighth. Golden Chance was second, and Approval third. The Queen City Steeplechase; proved easy for Transpero. the Harrison jumper leading all the way despite several blunders at the different obstacles. Old Al Pierce was too much for his younger opponents In the second race, and scored an easy victory, leading Kinetic home by three lengths. The Seagram Stables Gallou-Berrys defeat in the third race by Light Fantastic was the biggest upset of the afternoon. At the meeting of the Canadian Racing Associations, which will be held in Toronto during the Woodbine Park meeting, jockey T. Parringtons license will probably be restored. During the Hamilton meeting Pnrrington was fined by the starter for disobedience while at the post. The boy lelt for Saratoga and it develops that, he :sent-tlnf money-to pay for the fine by telegraph. It was not received by the officials and the license committee of the Canadian Racing Associations ordered that his license be withdrawn. J. E. Davis has secured first call oa the services of the apprentice E. Moore Sot the Montreal meetings this fall. Davis and several owners will ship the horses they are racing here back to Montreal at the conclusion of the meeting. HORSES TO BE SHIPPED TO WOODBINE. Several stables have arranged to ship their horses to Woodbine Park tomorrow. The consignment will be made up of three ears and will include the following: Clarence Buxton with eight, G. Finch with four, and Silas Veitch and W. G. Wilson and a dozen jumpers. Henry McDaniel, who remained at Blue Bonnets to give the final preparation to the horses that will carry Commander Ross colors at the Woodbine meeting, has arranged to ship from Montreal to Toronto on Wednesday. The division of the stable that is racing here will be sent to Toronto Monday night. Eight of the Ross racers will be shipped to the farm at Laurel, Md., from Montreal. This band will include Lynmouth, Truro, Star Voter and a couple of two-year-olds. All of the yearlings intended for racing next year will be wintered and trained at Laurel. Boniface, one of the stars of the Ross establishment, has been given a special preparation for his Toronto engagements and was sent a mile and a quarter over the Blue Bonnets track this morning in 2:05and. Dr. F. W. Ashe on examination pronounced Overruns case a helpless one and the filly was destroyed. Sidney Veitch. sou of Silas Veitch, will resume riding at Woodbine, where Veitch is shipping his entire string of steeplechasers. It develops that jockey Yeargin will be unable to ride at Toronto. A telegram from the Jockey Club was received yesterday by W. P. Fraser that Yeargins suspension would continue until the meeting of the stewards of the Jockey Club for final action iu his case. Joseph McLennan will leave for New York at the conclusion of the Connaught Park meeting in the interests of the Ontario Jockey Clubs meeting at Woodbine.