Champlain And Collinga: Stage Spectacular Battle and Nose Finish in Principal Race at Blue Bonnets, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-14


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CHAMPLA1N AND COLLSNGA Stage Spectacular Battle and andNose Nose Finish in Principal Race t at Blue Bonnets MONTREAL Que June 13 The fourth race of the day which was a dash of three quarters occupied the center of interest this afternoon at Blue Bonnets for it engaged a fast band of thrceyearolda and resulted in a nose finish between G W J Bissells Champlain and J K L Ross Collinga with Second Thoughts third The winner was rid ¬ den by Stirling and was in close pursuit of the pacemaker the entire race raceThe The start found Second Thoughts away in front while Collinga broke sluggishly The Whitney starter and Miriam Cooper were the theI I ones to establish the early pace while Cham ChamI I plain was racing in third position with Col ¬ linga bringing up the rear There was but j butj little change in the positions for the first part but rounding the turn Champlain moved up in determined fashion on the outside while Miriam Cooper began to tire Collinga came around the leaders entering the stretch but in the meantime Champlain had disposed of Second Thoughts Stirling went to the inner rail with Champlain while Collinga ranged up alongside of him It looked as if the latter would poke her head in front at the eighth post but Champlain came again and out gamed her in the final strides The winner was a pronounced choice in the wagering and the victory was a popular one onej j A decided change in the weather condi ¬ tions prevailed for this afternoons racing and a much larger crowd journeyed to the course to witness the sport The track dried out rapidly under the influence of the sun and wind and a large force of men kept con ¬ tinually working the going during the after ¬ noon noonFOUR FOUR STRAIGHT FOR VICECHAIRMAN VICECHAIRMANJ J J McCaffertys ViceChairman kept up his winning streak when he scored his fourth consecutive victory Todays success came i in a claiming handicap at threequarters The early pace was established by Minute Man which drew away into a long lead Tur ¬ ner astride ViceChairman came through in the inside at the stretch turn and his mount responded in a courageous manner and dis ¬ posed of Minute Man in an easy manner The winner was the favorite in the race raceC C T Worthingtons Elizabeth Jewell graduated from the maiden ranks in the running of the opening dash in a drive from Briand and Miss Taft The winner was ridden by Jones and came from behind the pace established by Miss Taft TaftThe The field that faced the barrier was a large one and from a good start Miss Taft was rushed into a safe lead She set a fast pace for her opponents to follow but tired badly through the final sixteenth and just managed to save the small end of the purse Elizabeth Jewell was a forward factor throughout and came with a rush at th end and was drawing clear Briand was very fractious on the way to the post and finished going fastest of all at the end endKIXG9 KIXG9 COURT A REPEATER REPEATERKings Kings Court repeated his victory of last week and defeated practically the same op ¬ ponents that he was opposed to on that oc ¬ casion Walls rode the winner which dom ¬ inated the running throughout Blarney Boy I took second place while Anmut was third Hindoostan showed a flash of his best form in the running of the third race of the after ¬ noon which was a dash of seveneighths when he made the pace throughout and had a safe margin over Trickster II The latter came with a rush at the end Oraleggo was in close quarters right after the start and worked his way up to finish third by a short margin from Staunch Jockey J Williams was supended for the remainder of the meeting by the stewards for crossing over in front of his opponents in the first race raceJockey Jockey N Swart was suspended for the re ¬ mainder of the meeting by starter Morrisscy for disobedience at the post postThe The Seagram Stables good threeyearold Bulldog Drummond was jumped on this morning and suffered a cut quarter The colt had just left the schooling chute in com ¬ pany with other horses when Toe the Mark bore over and inflicted the injury The ac ¬ cident will lay him up for the remainder of the season seasonStarter Starter Morrisscy announced this morning that horses would be schooled at both Dorval Park and Blue Bonnets during the meeting of the former association associationThe The Dorval management reported this morning that the train service for horses be ¬ tween Blue Bonnets and the Lakeside plant would be resumed commencing on Saturday

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