Futurity Winner Bunting: Makes Successful Three-Year-Old Debut in Chesapeake Stakes.; His Victory, However, Lucky Because of Mishap to Lucky Hours Rider., Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-30


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FUTURITY WINNER BUNTING Makes Successful ThreeYearGId Debut in Chesapeake Stakes His Victory However Lucky Be ¬ cause of Mishap to Lucky Hours Hitler HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 29 Harry Payne Whitneys Futurity winner Bunting made a successful threeyearold debut in the Chesapeake Stakes the out ¬ standing feature of the closing clay program of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association when the son of Pennant Frillery defeated the Lexington Stables crack colt Lucky Hour However Buntings victory was far from decisive as the race was not truly run the Lexington Stables candidate being the victim of repeated in ¬ terference and to cap the climax jockey Schuttinger lost his right stirrup iron when he was forced to take up rounding the turn leading into the backstretch backstretchThe The start was a good one and Morris had Bunting away in front pursued by Lucky Hour and Sailing Along with Superlative bringing up the rear Bunting was allowed to race along under slight restraint for the first part but when Schuttinger attempted to go through on the inside lie was blocked Sailing Along attempted to race with the Whitney representative but Morris kept a steadying hold on his mount Lucky Hour was again blocked when Schuttinger was un ¬ able to guide him at the far turn Bunting came a trifle wide entering the stretch and Superlative ranged outside when Sailing Along dropped hack Schuttinger came through on the inside and passed the judges stand with his right foot clear of the stirrup iron ironThe The feature attraction was for threeyear olds to which 5000 had been added and was worth 3525 to the winner The time for the race was quite slow the mile and a sixteenth being run in 1ASfc 1ASfcRacing Racing came to a close at the Harford County track this afternoon under ideal weather and track conditions with the lar ¬ gest crowd of the meeting on hand extra trains having been pressed into service to handle those that journeyed over from Bal ¬ timore and Philadelphia The outstanding incident of the afternoons sport was the excellent riding of jockey Lang who rode three winners winnersTHREE THREE WINNERS FOR LANG LANGJockey Jockey Lang was again in the limelight when he rode Trantula to victory in the second race in which Panaman finished sec ¬ ond and Perigourdine third The winner was a popular choice in the speculation and save for an anxious moment in the stretch run gave his supporters no cause to worry Panaman worked his way up through the field and loomed up as a dangerous factor at the stretch turn but could not overhaul the leader when Lang went to the whip Perigourdine was a forward factor through ¬ out outJockey Jockey Lang started the day off in an aus ¬ picious manner when he landed Mrs M Koehlers LEffare home a winner of the opening dash at threequarters of a mile Arrah Go On took second place while Franc Tireur was third The winner followed the pacemaker Arrah Go On closely to the last eighth then drew away to an easy victory A field of fifteen faced the starter and the bad behavior of Mumbo Jumbo delayed the start for a short period periodJockey Jockey Lang scored a triple when he landed Bunga Buck home by a matter of inches from Super in the running of the Century Handi ¬ cap a dash of a mile and seventy yards Missionary was third The backers of Super disagreed with the placing judges and of ¬ fered loud vocal demonstrations The start was delayed by the fractious behavior of Bunga Buck but when the barrier was re ¬ leased Lang had him away in front Mis ¬ sionary was unprepared for the start and reared a trifle When settled down he went in pursuit of the pacemaker while Super was racing in last position Super worked his way up between horses and Lang noticing the danger at the top of the stretch went to the whip and in a hurricane finish Bunga Buck outstayed the Forman starter by the smallest of margins Missionary was third but was tiring rapidly rapidly31ERCURY 31ERCURY BEATS MY PLAY PLAYMercury Mercury from the Vulcain Stable ac ¬ counted for the Pacific Handicap a dash of threequarters of a mile which engaged a field of five My Play took second place with Wellfinder third The winner was rid ¬ den by jockey J Rowan and was neglected in the wagering The start found Messines and Wellfinder racing heads apart while My Play was in a contending position At the far turn My Play was cut off and Robin ¬ son was forced to take him up and elected to come to the outside In the meantime Rowan sent Mercury around the leaders and in a driving finish held My Play safe The latter came wide at the stretch turn but was gaining on the winner in the final sixteenth sixteenthThree Three claims were filed for Copyright he finally going to P J Lavin for 1600 Dr Jim to W Caywood for J15CO J W Bean took Plucky for 3525 Mrs F Farrar took Sword for 2215 and J J McCafferty took ViceChairman for 250C 250CJockey Jockey Schwartz had two toes on his left foot mashed off when he was unseated from Copyright in the closing race Friday The lad was sent to Maryland Hospital in Bal ¬ timore timoreThe The following claims were made W Cay wood took Flibbertygibbet for 2105 G W Foreman LEffare for 2715 and D Shaw secured Trantula for 2100 2100Comic Comic Song was disqualified from winning the purse race yesterday and the race goes to Pillory Comic Song had won other races than selling races when in the stable of R T Wilson and was not eligible The betting was not affected and stands as the horses finished

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