Formful and Spirited Racing at Conneaut Lake, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-01


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FORMFUL AND SPIRITED RACING AT CONNEAUT LAKE CONNEAUT LAKE, Pa., August 31 Formful racing again marked the sport at Conneaut Lake Park this afternoon, when four of the public choices were returned winners. Canny Lady, the first of the quartet, barely got up in the closing strides to earn the verdict in the second. She Devil, James G. and Miss Orb scored by more comfortable margins after leading practically throughout in their respective races. Jockey F. Lux piloted two winners. No Wonder and Pokey Jane, both of which came from behind after being outpaced during the early stages. Ideal conditions again prevailed and tht attendance was over 0,000, a record for this course. C. D. Stevens, one of starter Lester Deans assistants, has been engaged to do the starting at the Reading, Pa., fair. Mr. Stevens served in that capacity during the worlds fair at San Francisco some years ago. O. J. Grau has shipped Challenger and Priscilla Greenway to Timonium, Md., for the fair racing there next week. Corkey W. fell lame during the running of the first race today. It developed that jockey E. Hileman suffered a broken collar bone, two fractured ribs and internal injuries when his mount, Louie Lou, fell here yesterday. Hileman is confined to a hospital at Meadville, Pa. Jockey J. Pevic escaped unhurt when his mount, Anna Star, stumbled and fell after going an eighth in the third race today. C. E. Davison claimed Virge for 00 out of the fourth race. After scoring the first victory for J. A. Parson in two weeks of racing Miss Orb was claimed out of the seventh race by J. W. Pinkham for 00.

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