Double For J. K. L. Ross: Prismar and Finery Carry Commanders Colors to Victory--Threatening Weather., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-03


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DOUBLE FOR j K L ROSS Prisinar and Finery Carry Com ¬ manders Colors to Victory Threatening Weather OTTAWA OnL June 2 The J K L Ross stable was much in the limelight at Coiinaught Park today and scored a double with Prismar and Finery Both winners were stoutly supported In the wagering and Die victories were popular with the crowd Prismars success came with the running of the second race wlilch was for twoyearolds at four and a half furlongs A field of four faced the starter with Prismar the popular choice Turner hail Prismar away quickly and dominated the running through ¬ out Warrington astride Maypole which took second place was the victim of repeated interference He took her up right after tlie start and ran into a pocket at the far turn Hasty Arrow was third some lengths bad Prismar ran the four and a half furlongs in 555s which established a new track record The former record was held bj Louisa Travers set in 1312 1312Finery Finery graduated from the maiden ranls in the running of the fifth race which waj at a mile and seventy yards Her score wtis a narrow ono from the fastclcsin Sangrado a ncee margin deciding the re j and Aquatic were the ones to establish the I by Ciuver and the victory was the first that he had scored at this meeting meetingThe The start was a good one and King Court aid Aquatic were the ones to establish the early running while Finery was carried wide rounding the first turn but soon set tcd in third position Entering the stretch Finery came around the leaders and parsing Aniatic and Kings Court was ridden out to the end to withstand the fast closing San rado The latter began slowly but canic with a rush in the stretch and just failed to get up and would have won in another stride strideThreatening Threatening weather conditions coupled vilh brief showers had but little effect 01 this afternoons crowd which was of large proportions for a Friday The card was a typical offday one and on the whole engaged cheap fields but furnished spirited racing racingJockey Jockey Turner was the riding star of the afternoon scoring a double with Reluctant nnd Prismar PrismarJ J P Skinkers Siesta fell lame following the running of Use last race yesterday and will be on the shelf for some time timeWord Word was received this morning that II J Burke would arrive at Blue Bonnets and rule as a free lance lanceThe The Brookdale Stable has secured a cal on the services of jockey II Erickson for the remainder of this meeting and at Mon ¬ treal in races in which J K L Boss has no Etartcrs EtartcrsJockey Jockey P Walls will return to New York at the conclusion of this meeting and report to trainer J Fitzsimmons FitzsimmonsJ J R Skinker has secured a call on the services of jockey L Gregory for the meet ¬ ings at Blue Bonnets and Dorval DorvalTrainer Trainer W Bringloe reported this morning that the threey earold Bulldog Drammond had rounded into satisfactory condition after his coughing spell and was taking exercise Bulldog Drummonds first important engage ¬ ment will be in the Hamilton Derby DerbyTrainer Trainer II McDaniel sent Baby Grand and Bastille a mile in 141 between races this afternoon in preparation for tomorrows big race raceE E B Major J S Baldwin and T Hodge will ship from here to Dufferin Park to en ¬ gage in racing at that point pointJ J C Milarn shipped the Desha Breckin ridge and J M Camden horses to Latonia this afternoon

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