End at Connaught Park: One of Most Successful Meetings in History of Club Terminates, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-04


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END AT CONNAUGHT PARK One of Most Successful Meetings in History of Club Terminates. • i Rama Proves Best in Feature of Closing Day , ProgTam — Jockey Walls in the Limelight. ♦ — - j OTTAWA, Ont, June 3. — One of the most J successful meetings in the history of the Connaught Park Jockey Club came to a close this afternoon after seven days of en- tertainment Although it rained during the night preceding the getaway, the sun came out with the dawn and the weather was clear, the temperature warm and the track I in fairly good condition for the last day of the racing at the Capital. The feature race was the fifth. It was at a mile and brought out a good field of five, of which Rama proved to be much the best. The track was made to order for the son of Ballot Under strong riding by Pete Walls the C. A. Coyle representative closely fol- ] lowed the pace of Forest Flower. Nearing • the half Walls allowed him to run around [ the pacemaker. From there he drew away to win in hand by four lengths. Great Luck finished second and Delusive third, the con- ; test for second place being no more exciting than that for the first portion of the prize. Joe Rowan, who rode until a few weeks ago, saddled his first winner in the sixth 1 race when Frosty Boy was down on the front end of a procession over the mile route. Pete Walls rode the F. Swenke representative. It was the second winner in succession ridden by Walls. He took Frosty Boy to the top i rounding the second turn and won by three lengths. Wrackhorn finished fast, leaving Sun Mart in the final eighth. Canadian breds competed in the third over ■ i the mile route and Tiger Tim was returned the winner by a length and a half. Pelf : finished second. Honeys Jewel was third in l a field of six. The winner came insid-e Mothers Day on the far turn and won by a length and a half with something left- In the two-year-olds race Moon Magic went to the front shortly after the start and proved that he was much the best of the juveniles that opposed him over the five-eighths • course. Clear View and Revolt divided the remainder of the purse. D. Morris I donned the silks of K K Bryson to ride the i winner. Trevisoot dropped among a cheap band of platers and galloped to an easy victory over the short course in the steeplechase. Irish Dream finished second. Flying Frog was third. Flibbertygibbct ran out coming to the first fence. Argumental held up the start ten minues in the fourth. Coral Reef won the race by two lengths, coming from behind two horses In the final eighth. Rhinestone and Lady Choco, makers of the pace, finished second and third respectively. Roehm piloted the winner.

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