Champlain All The Way: Easily Captures Flight Handicap at Thorncliffe Park--Beljoy Breaks Track Record., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-02


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CHAMPUIN ALL 1 HE WAY Easily Captures Flight Handicap Handicapat at Thorncliffe Park Beljoy BeljoyBreaks Breaks Track Record TORONTO Ont Juno 1 G W J Bis sells Champlaln never left the result in doubt during the running of the Flight Han ¬ dicap the fifth and feature attraction at Thorncliffe Park this afternoon The Rapid Water colt an overwhelming favorite rushed into the lead immediately after the start come and never at any stage gave his back ¬ ers the slightest cause for worry Madeline Lillian always in closest pursiut of the flying leader beat Ultimata for second place placeThe The skies were cloudy at times but the atmosphere was pleasant and the usual mid weekday crowd turned out to witness tho sport sportThe The Thorncliffe Stable scored its first suc ¬ cess at tho meeting when Beljoy captured the sixth race for Canadianbred horses Al ¬ though outpaced by Mallowmot to tho stretch Beljoy won easily from Rock Silk at the end and incidentally established a new track rec ord of 1 42 for tho mile and twenty yards Sweet Bouquet and Jim Petrie had little chance with the start startCalLstoga CalLstoga graduated from the ranks of nonwinners when she annexed the initial dash rather easily from Brother John Tho latter showed in front during the early stages but Calistoga proved the gamer when the final test came cameAfter After Leading Star had shown the way to the stretch head in the second race Crestwood Boy took command and scored with consid ¬ erable to spare sparePanaman Panaman appeared to have the third race well in hand when Arctic King came again in the last sixteenth to score in a driving finish finishMay May Maulaby was neevr in trouble at any stage of the fourth fourthFUKBELOW FUKBELOW LEFT AT POST POSTAlthough Although outpaced to the stretch by Dark Hill in the concluding dash Coffield was eventually returned a handy winner Fur ¬ below refused to line up with her field and wheeled when the start came which is noth ¬ ing new for this erratic performer performerR R Pending shipped the jumpers Nonua and Shoal to Blue Bonnets BonnetsGene Gene Lutz and H B Carver arrived this morning from Cleveland with their strings Lutz also brought along Port Light for E G VivelL Jockey B T Moore accompanied Lutz stable stableA A R Loudon secretary of the Hamilton Jockey Club was a visitor here this after ¬ noon He reports the erection of fifty new stalls at the Hamilton course The stabling accommodations now number six Hundred stables stablesCharles Charles Douglas is a recent arrival at tho Hamilton Jockey Club trade with three jumpers from Maryland MarylandClarence Clarence Buxton is expected shortly with fifteen head and 1C Patterson with a string of ten from New York YorkB B Chapman D Simpson and W H Wood all were the principals in an operation at a local hospital here this morning when a transfusion pf blood was made for the bene ¬ fit of Jack Delaney a Maryland horseman Dolaney was in a critical condition for some time and each of his fellow horsemen con ¬ tributed a quantity of the precious fluid in an effort to save his life lifeW W C Weant reports the death of Moss Fox the sire of several of the present mem ¬ bers of his string Moss Fox although foaled in Canada was royally bred being by Red Fox IL a son of Flying Fox He met with a fair measure of success in the stud

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