Rain At Maple Heights, Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-19


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RAH A2 MAPLE CLEVELAND Ohio May is closing closinggamely gamely through tho flnal eighth H Rioaa Magician outgamed Applo Jack II and cap1 tured tha Commerolat Handicap whleh fea turod tho card tit Maplo Heights this after noon At tha end ha befvt tha tiring pace waiter by a longth whlla Anticipate oitUastcd Col Child for tha short end o tho pursa pursaA A blinding rainstorm swept tha couroa as tho flohl paraded for tho fourtli raco and tho remaining raoo1 woro run ovor a sloppy trade Gold Btono Jackstnuv and Purssld found tho going to their liking and soared rathor easily Attar tho finish Gold Ktono rail away a mllo followed by Misd Nell bofero they could bo taken under control controlAn An accident tnarred tho running of tho first raco At the far turn San Hedron went down and Jockey F Murphy who had tho mount Buffered a broken collarbone collarboneWhile While at tho post for tho nocond raco Hed was severely kicked and for a tlmo It waa feared ho would bleed to death deathJockey Jockey J Wallace departed for Toronto thlfl evening also William Martin who served as paddock Judge hero heroL L Q Pearco haa purchased Legacy from C H Walker and will train the horse hlm hlmD3lf D3lf D3lfJ J Sands bought Bassano Boy from L T Whitehall and turned him over to A Brent to tram A Felchtmelr purchased Baby Gal pri ¬ vately and J McGovern will handle the horse horseP P E Fitzgerald reports that Boonevllle la on tho ailing list with a high fever feverIt It develops that II B Larvcy claimed Fort Churchill Monday on his own account and F Meltzer will train him

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