Some Windsor Surprises: Dellahm Defeats the Odds-on Favorite Affectation Handily, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-20


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SOME WINDSOR SURPRISES Dellahm Defeats the Odds-on Favorite Affectation Handily. Speedy Pen Rose Another Which Fails to Race to Her High Reputation. WINDSOR, Ont., August 19. The Kentcn Stables Dellahm, ridden by B. Smalhvood, was returned the winner of the United Hotel Companys Plate this afternoon in a spirited drive with J. K. L. Ross Affectation, while the third portion cf the money fell to the Thorncliffe Stables Push Pin. The race, which was the outstanding attraction of the afternoon, was for Canadian-bred "three-year-olds and over, at a mile, and served to bring out a field of seven, there being but one withdrawal. The winner came from behind the pacemaker, Affectation, and finished with a lengths advantage. Dellahm was neglected in the wagering, because of bad racing recently. R. T. West, one of the proprietors cf the Kenton Stable, was called to the stewards pagoda and presented with a piece of plate, which went to the owner of the winner. GOOD FIELD FOR OUELETTE PURSE. It was a much better field that took part in the running of the Ouellette Purse, at a mile and a sixteenth. Another upset was recorded when Duke John made the pace from the start and outfinished Sangrarto at the end. Radio was backed into favoritism by the crowd, but he was a failure and at no time in the race promised to win. Duke John was rushed to the front, raced into a long lead, which served him in good stead at the end. for he was tiring and doing his best to outstay the fast coming San-grado. Parisian Diamond took third money. Another upset for backers came in the third race, when the Triple Farm Stables Pen Rose was beaten by Photoplay and Madeline Lillian. Photoplay sained steadily under hard riding and, taking the lead, hung on gamely to withstand the rush of Madeline Lillian. The latter was running fastest at the end. Pen Rose, which was installed an odds-on choice, appeared to bo lame when going to the post, but set a fast pace for the I first half mile, then tired badly. Photoplay was ridden by Walls and drew considerable support in the wagering. SPIRITED RACING THROUGHOUT. The crowd which journeyed to the course this afternoon was large. The card served to bring together well matched fields and racing was of a spirited order throughout. Favorites were eclipsed, although several of the winners were accorded considerable support. The track was in good condition, although the time displayed was somewhat slower than that recorded earlier in the week. A claim was deposited in the last race, in which T. 13. Crist took Chasseur from C. C. Smithson for ,800. Jockey E. Smallwood completed a double during the afternoon with Dellahm and Tantalus. M. N. Mcfarlan distributed the books for the second meeting at Devonshire Park among the horsemen this afternoon. Jockey H. Thurber left for the Adirondack Mountains to regain his health following an attack of pneumonia. He will resume riding in Kentucky next fall. Trainer W. Martin reported that P. G. Christophers CUnadian-bred Flame would be on the ailing list for a week or so, due to a cut lieel. Jockey J. Butwell arrived from Saratoga and will ride for the Triple Springs Farm a this meeting. Considerable excitement was aroused previous to the running of the first race ths afternoon when the fire department made a hurried rush to the stables at the end of the grandstand. No fire had broken out. The apparatus was called out on a false alarm. Jockey C. Turner will resume riding Monday for his contract employer, J. K. L. Ross. Turners shoulder is fully mended, but he will confine his riding to his stable mounis. Jockey C. Buel arrived today and rejoined his former employer, W. L. Stanfield, for whom he will ride in the future. Jockey E. Ambrose was forced to cancel his riding engagements following the running of the first race after being hit by a stone while astride Ciceronian. Jockey F. Wilson was taken ill in the jockeys room and was forced to cancel his engagements. The books for the fall meeting at Louisville arrived this morning and were distributed among the horsesnen.

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