Yowell Defeats Woodbine: Triumphs Over Brookdale Stable Crack in Blue Bonnets Principal Attraction., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-15


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YOWELL DEFEATS WOODBINE Triumphs Over Brookdale Stable Crack in Blue Bonnets Prin ¬ cipal Attraction MONTREAL Que June 14 A Ar Thom ¬ as Yowell ridden by McTaggart was vic ¬ torious in the running of the Monkland Handicap which featured the card at Blue Bonnets this afternoon AVoodbine from the Brookdale Stable was second while Nomis was third The race was a dash of a mile and an eighth for Canadianbreds three years and over under handicap conditions and brought together a field of five fiveFrom From a good start Nomis and Sir Clar ¬ ence were tho ones to establish the early pace with Moll Cutpurse Yowell and Wood ¬ bine following in the order named This order was maintained until the field reached the stretch turn where there was a general closing up upMoll Moll Cutpurse was blocked a couple times when she attempted to go through on the in ¬ side while McTaggart elected to come to the outside with Yowell Sir Clarence began to quit while Nomis hung on with rare courage courageYowell Yowell wore down the leader in the final eighth and under pressure held Woodbine safe through the final drive The latter came wide at the stretch turn and closed resolute ¬ ly The winner was a pronounced oddson choice in the wagering wageringConditions Conditions this afternoon at Blue Bonnets were of a rnuch better variety than what prevailed for the last few days and resulted in a decided increased attendance The track was still on the slow side but the public had a good line on the different start ¬ ers and shortpriced winners prevailed in the majority of the races racesAQUATICS AQUATICS THRILLING FINISH FINISHIn In a thrilling finish Aquatic a Canadian bred in the Brookdale Stable graduated from the maiden ranks with the running of the first race when he came through on the inside and was up in the last stride to beat Sun Brae with Terminal but a short distance back backThe The winner was ridden by Wallace and was outrun in the early stages Happy Chances and Terminal were the ones to establish the early pace and it was quite fast considering the condition of the track Sun Brae came through on the inside at the stretch turn and closed fast under pres ¬ sure while Happy Chances tired tiredAVallaco AVallaco then sent Aquatic through next to the inner rail and in a whirlwind finish got up in the last strides Sun Brae was used up racing Terminal into defeat and tired right at the end endShowing Showing sudden improvement over his previous race Hidden Jewel captured the second race outstaying Rolo at the end of the threequarters dash Hidden Jewel was a forward factor the entire race and in a spirited finish put up a game battle for first honors with Rolo with the result in doubt until the last few strides Trantula ran a good race to finish third thirdThis This race was a costly one to II Gregory who rode Hidden Jewel for ho was fined 50 by starter Morrisey and suspended for the remainder of tho meeting J Fletcher astride Mayor House drew a stiffer fine 100 and the remainder of the meeting by the starter The horses were at the post fourteen minutes the longest delay this summer summerEASY EASY FOIl TERKIOMEN TERKIOMENThe The steeplechase under claiming conditions resulted in a victory for R B Strassburgers Perkiomen The latter which was ridden by Haynes toyed with his opponents and when ready drew away under restraint at the end Fair Mac took second place while Caller Herrin was third The race was a costly one for E K Bryson for Bellringer fell heavily at one of the obstacles and sustained a brok ¬ en shoulder The horse was destroyed by the track veterinarian veterinarianTrainer Trainer T J Donohue reported this after ¬ noon that Oriole and Happy Chances would be schooled at Belmont Park next week weekLucky Lucky B was placed on the stewards schooling list and his entry refused until restored by the Canadian Racing Associa ¬ tions tionsJockeys Jockeys Claver and ErlcTison were forced to cancel their mounts this afternoon due to slight sickness sicknessFrank Frank Tannehill was an arrival from New York this morning and will remain for a few days daysJ J AY Bean departs for his home in AVash ington D C this evening but will return to Canada later laterTrade Trade superintendent Jack Donaldson was highly complimented by a group of horse ¬ men this morning for the splendid manner in which he kept the track Tho going is pro ¬ nounced the safest of any track in Canada CanadaO O B Alters was taken ill this morning and N S Vail saddled Betsinda in the second race Malcolm N McFarlan racing secretary at Devonshire and associate steward at Dor val is expected here tomorrow tomorrowSilas Silas Areitch J AV Healy B Holmes J Hutton and the Foxhead Mews stables will ship to Hamilton at the conclusion of this meeting meetingTho Tho steeplechase race which was put on for tomorrow would not havo filled had not Silas Areitch withdrawn Sea Tale The own ¬ ers would not enter their horses had she been entered enteredAV AV E Martin reported this morning that the plater H C Basch which went wrong some time ago had been shipped to Havre de Grace and will be rested until next fall fallSchooling Schooling hours have been established at Dorval Park from 9 to 10 a m doily Jockey doilyJockey J Chalmers who was injured at Toronto during the AVoodbine meeting will resume riding at Dorval Park

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