Again Tryster Wins: Makes Clean Sweep of Serial Weight for Age Races, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-10


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AGAIN TRYSTER WINS Makes Clean Sweep of Serial Weight-for-Age Races. Yesterdays Performance Best of the Three Secondary Attraction to Pegasus. BALTIMORE, Md., November 9. The consistent and speedy Tryster made a clean sweep of the Serial Weight.forAgc Races at Pimlico when he accounted for No. 3 of that series this afternoon. On Wednesday, November 1, he captured No. 1, which was at three-quarters of a mile ; on November 3 In-was victor in race No. 2, which was at ore mile, Trysters time of 1:3S equaling tho track record for the distance. Todays race. No. 3, was at one mile and an eighth and Tryster ran the distance in 1:52. Surely the son of Peter Pan is a versatile racer, t say the least, and right now is a dangerous opponent for any mans horse. The Serial Weight-foiAge Race No. 3 was the principal attraction of todays program. The field caused but little delay at the post and all left in good alignment. Keogh. on Tryster, had the son of Peter Pan Tryst away quickly and he was sent to the front with a rush, while Little Chief raced hi closest pursuit of him. Polly Ann was heading Hephaistos as the field swung into ti e backstrctch. Tryster continued to cut out the pace, while Little Chief was rated right along behind him. Hephaistos had gone past Polly Ann as the field swung into the homestretch. Tryster saved every inch of ground at the turn, while Little Chief ranged up alongside him. Through the final eighth Tryster held to his task in courageous fashion and, although the Rancocas star had been wearing him down, he dashed past tVni judges a winner by a neck. Pegasus, racing for Montfort Jones, recorded that sportsmans first victory in Maryland this fall when he was returned the winner of the Annapolis Handicap, which was a sprinting race at three-quarters, by th narrowest of margins from Bigheart, with Hildur third. SCOItES IN CLOSE FINISH. The field left in good alignment and Lang immediately sent Bigheart" to the front, followed by Hildur, while Dry Moon raced next to the inner rail. Hildur moved up on Bigheart in a menacing manner at the stretch turn and got on even terms at the eighth post, then tired badly. Pegasus was slow to find his racing strides, but once in his stride he gained rapidly and in a grueling drive caught and passed Bigheart in the final strides to win by a nose. The Chesapeake Purse, which brought together a rather mediocre lot of sprinters to go three-quarters, resulted in a victory for S. Louis Sling in easy fashion from A. O, Bostwicks Lucky Button, while J. K-OTooles Dan Boiling was third. W. Irvines Second Thoughts, ridden h Butwell, dominated the entire running of the Country Club Purse and held her opponents safe at the end. J. E. Davis Prodigious took second place, while R. L. Gerrys Bees Wax was third. The field left the barrier on the first try and Butwell rushed Second Thoughts into the lead, followed by Dolores and Wish, bone, with the others some distance back Second Thoughts set a fast pace through th backstretch arid hugged the inner rail when swinging for home. Dolores began to tir. when well settled in the stretch run. Fifteen juveniles of all descriptions mane up the field in the opening dash of the afte -noon, in which A. C. Bostwicks recent acquisition, Tassel, ridden by Lang, was home first in a drive from Kimball Pattei sons Reap, with Racket, racing for William Irvine, third. The winner was rated off the early pace established by the faint-hearted Elizabeth Bean, which essayed to make a runaway race by drawing into a long early lead. She quit badly through the final eighth whoi challenged. Tassel finished fast and he;. Reap safe. The latter finished out in the. middle of the track. Racket might have bo-.i a much more serious factor had she started faster and not suffered early interference, for she closed an immense gap to be third. MAWItCOiJON A SUUIMMSE. The first division of the Severn Purse, at a mile and a sixteenth, occasioned a surprise when A. V. Thomas Mawrcoron, ridden by Earl Sande, was home a winner in a drive from B. Murrays Double Cross, while Scotland Yet was third. The winner was neglected in the speculation and netted a handsome return. Scotland Yet cut out the early ruti-uing and had no excuses. Mawrcoron was rated off the pace and finishing fast closed with a rush, while Double Cross was holding his own in the final dash. The latter changed hands after the race, going back to his tCoatinueJ on eighth paze. AGAIN TRYSTER WINS Continued from first page. former owner, J. E. Griffiths, on high claim of 13,850. The sale Avhich is carded for tomorrow tinder the auspices of the Thoroughbred Sales Company, under Charles Hill, AViil start at 10 a. m. In addition to those that are programmed in the catalog several other miscellaneous lots Avill be sold. Jockey T. Rice stated this afternoon that he would leave for New Orleans at the end of the meeting and ride as a free lance at that point. William P. OMeara, manager of the J. K. L. Ross Canadian breeding farm, Avas an arriAal from Montreal to confer Avith trainer H. McDaniel in reference to future plans. Sandy McNaughton shipped the stable he had here to Belmont Park, Avhere they Avill go into Avinter quarters. Vincent PoAvers shipped some of the Greentree Stable horses to that point at the same time. James Johnson, owner of the Quincy Stable, Avas an arrival from NeAv York this morning and will remain for the remainder of the meeting. R. I. Miller has transferred his stable to Benning at Washington and will van to Marlboro with- the horses that may be entered for racing there. Hart Dernham advanced A. V. Thomas MaAvrcoron following his Avinning performance in the second race to ,500, at Avhich figure he secured him. Mawrcoron Avill be turned over to Frank BroAvn and campaigned at Bowie. The Rancocas Stable, in charge of frainer S. C. Hildreth, will be shipped to the farm at Jobstown, N. J., this evening. "Sad Sam" Brown, an exercise boy in the employ of Gwyn Tompkins, Avas badly injured yesterday while riding a horse through the field. Brcnvn Avas astride Brigadier General and the latter fell at one of the jumps. BroAvn Avas remoA-ed to a local hospital suffering form concussion of the brain. A

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