Clevelands Banner Crowd: Maple Heights Park Taxed to Capacity--Planet Victorious in Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-14


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CLEVELANDS BANNER CROWD P Iapl3 Heights Park Taxed to Capacity Planet Victorious in Feature CLEVELAND Ohio May 13 Despito threatening overhead conditions about race time one of the largest crowds that ever witnessed thoroughbred racing in this vicini ¬ ty Avas in attendance at Maple Heights this afternoon It was estimated that about 9000 people passed the turnstiles and tha accom ¬ modations of the plant were taxed to capac ¬ ity ityClosing Closing with a welltimed rush through the stretch Planet scored his second success dur ¬ ing this meeting when he captured the 1000 Hungarian Handicap the fifth and feature attraction At the end he led Baigneur by a narrow margin after the latter had failed to start as vell as usual Fornovo after forcing the early pace outlasted Katherine Itanldn for third place placeSister Sister Susie and Miss Crestwood romped away from their opposition in their respec ¬ tive races but Leading Star camo from be ¬ hind to annex tho opening dash dashExjockey Exjockey J W Murphy who was injured here yesterday while warming up Blue Star is improving He escaped vith some cuts about the face and a severe shaking up upMisa Misa Fontaine in the stable of C J Brock miller is suffering from an attack of colic and is in a serious condition Tho stabla plans to ship to Woodbine Park Toronto on Monday MondayGlenn Glenn was excused from starting today due to lameness developed from a cut foot footLady Lady Harrigan suffered a severe kick on the stifle while at the post yesterday and was lame today todayJockey Jockey J LIcBride was set down for tha remainder of tlie meeting yesterday for rough riding ridingE E Heffering arrived today from MobiJo with Fleer FleerG G E West got in from New York with Cape Pillar PillarWilliam William Martin who is serving as pad ¬ dock judge here will leave Thursday next for AVoodbine Park to assume his duties oa the Canadian circuit circuitThe The identity and ownership of the fillies Dark Ages and Horinga having been estab ¬ lished to the satisfaction of tlie stewards they will be eligible to start in future Lust fall at Jamaica the entry of the filly Horinga was refused on the suspicion that Dark Agca was to have been run for her It developa that tlie filly Dark Ages was at Toronto at the time Both fillies are now the property of a wellknown Toronto business man manWilliam William Walker has purchased Summer Sigh at private sale This is the second tirno the horse has been in the Walker stable stableSeveral Several stables Avill ship to Tliorncliffa Park Toronto at the close of this meeting including those of E L Fitzgerald II V Haymaker J M Bpoker and AI Plack

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