Ladies Day at Toledo: Fair Sex Turns Out in Large Numbers, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-21


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LADIES DAY AT TOLEDO Fair Sex Turns Out in Large Numbers Brilliant Ray and Assyrian Queen Winners. TOLEDO, Ohio, October 20. This was Ladies Day and the fair sex took advantage of the offer of the management and packed the stands. The weather was clear and crisp, while the racing was keenly contested and thoroughly enjoyed by the big crowd. Milton Smiths Pennant Sun Glow II. gelding Brilliant Ray repeated his good race of yesterday when he easily accounted for the five and a half furlongs handicap, the outstanding attraction of the afternoon. The field was dispatched in good alignment and Chief Sponsor forged to the front, with Petzoldt rating Brilliant Ray close behind. Entering the stretch Brilliant Ray easily drew into command and at the finish his rider was looking back. In the meantime Lee Enfield was gradually wearing down the early pacemaker and passed him the last eighth. The closest finish of the afternoon came in the second race when Assyrian Queen lasted long enough to get the verdict from the fast closing F. G. Corley. Assyrian Queen was ridden by W. Reid, this being his first winning mount Reid is under contract to Cain . and Sanford. With" the decision of the fifth race jockey Martin Fator secured his first winning mount of the present meeting when he brought home J. D. Wilsons Bills Luck in a driving finish from Shoreacrcs. Jockey J. Chalmers was the star rider of the day with three winners in Plain Bill, Hope and Murray. J. .T. Russell arrived this morning from New York with the good sprinter East View. W. Barker reported Mormon pulled up sore after being worked this morning and would be shipped back to Toronto and rested up for the winter.

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