Cold and Rainy Weather: Changes Kenilworth Sport into Winter Racing-Lkey T. Easily Wins Feature Race, Daily Racing Form, 1921-10-09


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i : i ! i : COLD AND RAINY WEATHER Changes Kenilworth Sport Into Winter Racing F Ikey T. Easily Wins Feature Race. WINDSOR, Out.. October 8. Overcoats and heavy wraps were in order at Kenilworth this afternoon. S It was winter racing with a vengeance, a cold wind li blowing across the infield and light showers falling ii in during the running of several of the races. The t track was heavy and holding and it took a horse 1 true at heart to run well in the going. Upsets u were in order, which, considering the condition, was s to be expected. Despite these, unpleasant conditions c a large gathering turned out. Four of the seven i races were over a considerable distance of ground, a The best field that faced the starter during the I afternoon went to the post in the fourth race, a v dash of three-quarters, and Ikey which proved a ii disappointment on several occasions recently, finally made good when he beat Helen .Atkin by three a lengths. The Nephew and SOine Baby, which had the call with the backers, ran disappointing races a in going usually in their favor. c Delhimar, ridden by young Tommy Burns, won the r opening race in easy fashion after making all the t pace all the way. Anmut came from a long way back to win the t second race, which called for Canadian-bred horses, i The best finish of the afternoon came with the i running of the third race when Nehette came from behind to get up in the last stride and beat P. t Moody by a head. "Walk Up proved an easy winner in the fifth, i He was ridden by Gantner, who also had the mount on Anmut. t John McTaggart, who liad the mount on "Walter i Turabow, which fell in the fifth race, escaped with j a shaking up. The horse swerved into the inside fence. i The Nephew, beaten favorite in the fourth race, was claimed by J. T. Buckley for ,300. Sidney Bender, who is looking after the shipment . of horses to Cuba, was an arrival today. The special which will leave Montreal Will pick up several carloads here. Mr. Bender will be , joinpd by general manager Frank J. Bruen here, on Monday. Charles Millar, a well-known attorney and :finan- . cier..qf Toronto and qne-f-.the- principal stockholders- in the Kenilworth; track, was a visitor. Joseph "McLennan received applipatiott-btonks from the Business Mens Racing Association of Now . Orleans this morning and distributed them among them horsemen. H. Giddings, Sr., was an .arrival. The partnership between Mr. Giddiugs and M. Brenner will be dissolved and the latter will probably take over all but Royal Visitor. It is said that Brenner intends making steeplechasers of a majority of the horses he will take over. Leon Wing, secretary of the Tijuana race track, was a visitor at Kenilworth. He is here on a missionary tour in the interests of his club and T arranging for a special to leave here t for the Mexi- can track., Jockey E. Taylor was suspended for two days by the stewards for rough riding. When jockey II. B. Bower rode Court Fool lo vie- 1 tory in the seventh race yesterday his apprenticeship for outside owners expired. Dee Hammond, D. S. Fountain and Frank Del-barrio are among the owners who will ship direct from here to Havana at the conclusion of the meeting. Dee Hammond, who developed .jockey B. Barnes and is legal guardian of the lad, has had offers from both the East and Kentucky relative to a contract on the lad. Hammond is racing a stable at Kenilworth.

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