Morvich is Still Supreme: Undefeated Runnymede Colt Adds Eastern Shore Handicap to His Successes, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-22


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M0RV1CH IS STILL SUPREME Undefeated Runnymede Colt Adds Eastern Shore Handicap to His Successes. HAVRE DE GRACE. Md.. September 21. Morvicli is still undefeated. The groat two-year-old son of Runnynirde Ilymir added the 10,000 added Eastern Shore Handicap to his long list of successes when he carried 130 pounds to an impressive victory over a sloppy track at the llarfo.! County course today, lie ran like the champion he is and proved conclusively that heavy weight or adverse track conditions hold no terrors for him. Autumn racing in Maryland was inaugurated this afternoon under cloudy skies and over a track deep in mud. Nevertheless a surprisingly large crowd journeyed here to welcome the return of the thoroughbreds to this part of the country. Aside from the appearance of Morvicli the spectators evinced much interest in the decision of the Maryland Inaugural Handicap, 11-1151:11 was won by the speed; filly Careful, with the ever popular Tip-pity AVitciiet second and Serapis third. IT. 5. liedwell announced that the yearlings that he purchased at the J. K. L. Ross sale, eleven in number, had fully recovered from an attack of coughing which developed in shipment to the farm at Laurel. A. L. Austin at private terms purchased the mare Goldiue from Harry Liiiglcbach, who secured her in Canada via the claiming route. The mare formerly raced under the Austin colors. Starter James Milton announced that the schooling hours at the track each morning would be from S a.- m. to 10 a. m. daily. S. Bush arrived with a consignment of jumpers that race for J. Temple Gwathmey from New York. Jockey T. Parrington has been refused permission to ride until word is received from the Canadian Racing Associations that he is in good standing. Parrington was fined 00 for rough riding, and no trace of the money, according to Canadian officials, has been received. Dr. P. J. Sullivan, who has been confined to his home in New Orleans with an attack of sickness, was a first time visitor this afternoon. Dr. Sullivan is interested in a stable that is being campaigned over the Canadian traeks. Joe Reed was an arrival from Latoniu and took over the books of jockeys Shelepets and J. Rowan. M. Burns, with Theodosia and Restless, the property of D. A. Cohen, arrived from Blue Bonnets. C. .1. Rrockmillor was a recent arrival from Windsor with five head, and will remain in Maryland for Ihe remainder of the fall racing season.

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