Ross Stable Captures Two: Wins Havre de Grace Features with Boniface and Hildur.; Prelude a Great Disappointment in Her Race--Tan Son Recovers His Speed., Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-28


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ROSS STABLE CAPTURES TWO Wins Havre de Grace Features with Boniface and Hiklur Prelude a Great Disappointment in Her Race Tan Son Re ¬ covers His Speed HAVRE DE GRAC2 Md April 27 The J K L Ross stable cut a wide swath In the running of the card which was offered for decision at Havre de Grace this afternoon The stable accounted for two of the dashes The Radio Handicap which was the feature attraction fell to the lot of Boniface in a drive over Bygone Days and Teg The win ¬ ner was ridden by jockey Turner and us usual came from behind overhauling the leaders In the final sixteenth to vIn going clear by a short margin Boniface was an oddson choice in the speculation and the victory was a popular one The handicap a dash of a mile and a sixteenth suffered a loss in popu ¬ larity when trainer James Rowe Jr with ¬ drew Olympus but nevertheless produced a spirited contest The fractious behavior oi several of the starters delayed the start for a short while but the horses were dispatched in good alignment Bygone Days and Slip ¬ pery Elm cut out the running while Boni ¬ face raced in third position This order was maintained until the field reached the turn for home with but little advantage between the two leaders Boniface then moved up with a rush on the outside and gradually cut down the distance which separated him from the leaders and in a hurricane finish earned the verdict Boniface was a prohibitive choice in the wagering wageringThe The card which was programmed for de ¬ cision this afternoon was of exceptional merit and served to bring wellmatched fields to the post Spirited racing resulted and the backers generally recuperated in a handsome manner from their losses early in the meeting The weather conditions showed a reversal over those which pre ¬ vailed for the past few days and despite the sun which shone topcoats were in de ¬ mand The track was in splendid condition conditionDare Dare a popular choice in the speculation accounted for the opening race of the after ¬ noon from Satana and Royallleu The winner left the barrier with a rush and held sway throughout The field that went to the post was an unwieldy one and the fractious ac ¬ tions of several of the starters delayed the start for some time time6OLISA 6OLISA NO 3IORE A 3IAIDEN 3IAIDENSolisa Solisa admirably ridden by jockey Morris was winner of the twoyearold race in a drive with Carmen Pantages Kirk Lady finishing third The winner was outpaced in the early running but finished with a great rush and was drawing clear through the final sixteenth Carmen Pantages dis ¬ played great speed but could not withstand the rush of the winner Kirk Lady was well up throughout and finished resolutely The winner was neglected in the betting in favor of Windigo a firsttime starter which had shown excellent speed in private privateMax Max Hirschs Flying Cloud graduated from the maiden ranks in the running of the third race of the day a dash of a mile and seventy yards when he was ridden out to earn brackets from the fastgaining Vitamin The winner was the popular choice in the wagering Star Jester raced into a good lead while the winner was saved close up in a contending position until after entering the stretch Marinelli then moved him up and passed Star Jester but Vitamin finished in resolute fashion and was wearing him down downE E W Moores Grace Mayers an outsider was returned the winner of the Frolic Purse from Caretaker and Prelude The latter was installed the popular choice and raced disap ¬ pointingly The start was held up by the fractious behavior of Yashmak and Prelude The latter gave several demonstrations of rearing but did not succeed in unseating jockey Robinson The start found Yashmak left while Caretaker went to the front The latter crossed over against Prelude while rounding the first tuni and forced Robinson to pull her up Grace Mayers was racing along in a contending position when entering the stretch and coming around the leaders rushed past them into the lead but was ridden out while Caretaker which came very wide outfinished Prelude The latter tired badly in the final sixteenth sixteenthThe The J K L Ross colors also figured tri ¬ umphantly in the running of the fifth race a dash at threequarters in which Hildur and Lion dOr finished in the order named in front of Carmandale The Ross entry was a prime favorite in the speculation but netted a sur ¬ prisingly large dividend considering tlw heavy betting that took place in the machines CgatiuueJ oa e litl ROSS STABLE CAPTURES TWO Continued from first page Carmandale and Lion dOr were away to ¬ gether while Hildur was racing in close at ¬ tendance Carmandale was through early and Turner allowed Lion dOr to go on about his business but did not punish him when he noticed Lang bring Hildur up on the outside The latter drew away into an easy lead The stable could have won with either horse horseTan Tan Son was the winner of tho closing dash of the afternoon a dash of a mile and threesixteenths in a spirited drive with Fluzey with Lady Lillian third The winner was in close attendance while Dark Hill led to the far turn then raced into a small lead and held it Fluzey racing in second place from the start wore the pacemaker down and took the lead but could not withstand the final challenge of the winner The latter was accorded stout support by the backers backersAt At private sale this morning G R Bryson purchased from R T Wilson the twoyear old Gold Mount MountTrainer Trainer Eugene Wayland reported that Our Flag will be shipped to Willis Sharpe Kilmers farm at Binghamton N Y YA A concert fostered by the management of the Harford Association to be given in aid of the U S Veterans Hospital at Perryville Md was generously contributed by the rac ¬ ing fraternity today todayA A G Weston acting for Thomas Clyde has sold to C J Brockmiller the twoyearold Glyndon GlyndonR R E Watkins announced this morning that he would dispose of the three remaining members of his stable and retire from turf activities for the summer season seasonD D Womeldorff has taken over a few horses the property of J W Murphy and B Williams which will be shipped to Montreal MontrealElizabeth Elizabeth Bean was withdrawn from the twoyearold purse race due to an attack of coughing coughingA A special train of five carloads the prop ¬ erty of different owners left Havre de Grace tonight destined for New York In the band are horses of H C Fisher Willie Dugan Kimball Patterson J W May W V Casey William Shields G H Tevis and others othersW W Fenwick has purchased from Thomas Clyde the threeyearold Coolgardie CoolgardieThe The following owners will ship from here to Montreal Canada at the conclusion of this meeting E E Major 10 horses A G Robinson 3 T Doyle 7 H Higginbotham 5 G W Foreman 4 C Brant 3 W D Bernhardt 10 J Kelly E Paddleford G C Milton J W Murphy and W Martin 2 each and the following with one each S Bender R Venters J Coffey A Finnell J Allen and T Costello CostelloAt At an auction sale held in the paddock this afternoon with H J McCarthy acting ne auctioneer the following horses were sold with poor prices considering the market at the present time George Washington to J Chamber 400 Ima Frank to J R Skinker 175 DiviltoPay L Garth S300 Lucky Girl J Vasisliades G25 Pretender H Rose acher 400 Bennington C Houbre 450 Master Jack S C Denham 460 Marjorie M J S Hays 425 Heatherton M C Wil ¬ liams 50 The following were offered but withdrawn by their owners By Jove and Charlotte C while the jumper Flight Cap ¬ tain was sold to R Crawford for 160 160Trainer Trainer James Rowe emphatically denied rumors which were circulated about the track today that Olympus had pulled up lame after a gallop and stated that the Derby colt was in perfect condition conditionThomas Thomas Monahan president of the Cuba American Club and owner of Billy Barton and Rebuke was a visitor this afternoon He was accompanied by Claude Kyle KyleJockey Jockey T Burns was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by starter Milton for disobedience at the post postTan Tan Son was claimed by W A Buck for 2910 and S Louia took Sweet Bouquet for 1909

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