Nancy Langhorne Easily: Runs Fast Race to Win Main Race at Windsor, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-21


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NANCY LANGHORNE EASILY t Runs Fast Race to Win Main Race at Windsor. . Leads All the Way- and Covers the Mile In 1:3S to Beat Equity and Dr. OMara. WINDSOR, Ont, Aug. 20. Making her own pace and running a mile in 1:38, Nancy Langhbrne beat the best band of horses assembled on the second day of the Windsor Jockey Club meeting. She easily. At the end the H." S. Hart filly was two and a half lengths in front of Equity, which beat Dr. Mara by a nose. He kept Golden Rule out of the money by half a length. Turnberry was the other starter. H. Thomas had the leg up on Nancy Langhorne. He was alert at the post and she was off in front in a walkup start The daughter of Flittergold saved ground around the turn and straightened into the back-stretch a half length in front of Golden Rule, upon which Pete Walls was taking things easy with whip cocked. At the half Nancy had widened to a full length, but Golden Rule was still going easily. Around the turn she drew away another length and came into the stretch still under restraint. Thomas then loosened a wrap and the filly opened up four lengths upon the Ross color-bearer, which had been put under a drive to shake off a challenge from Equity. The latter disposed of Golden Rule in the final sixteenth hut was under pressure to outlast Dr. OMara, which came from fourth position to third in the stretch and would have been second in another stride. The attendance held up well, although falling off three or four hundred from the 5,000 that attended the opening. The day was sultry and the track fast, as attested by the time of the feature. Nancy Langhornes mile was run as follows : The quarter in 23, the half in 47, the three-quarters in 1:12 and the mile in 1:3S. Golden Poppy was rated behind Irish Belle and Captiva in the first race and began to draw away from them in the final eighth. The Kenton Stable filly won by two and a half lengths from Miss Bezetto, which got up in the closing stride to snatch second money from Captiva at the end of the five-eighths. Strling rode the winner. Salvo was scratched from the second a few minutes before .post time because of the inability of G. W. Atkinson to obtain a rider for his gelding. C. Kingsland had been engaged but was found to be ineligible under the Canadian Racing Associations rule for maiden jockey races which permits youngsters to ride in only five of these contests without taking out a license. K. Hoffman won the race astride Atlantida. He is a New York youth under contract to J. B. Respess. The J. C. Fletcher filly was in front through the three-quarters, but barely lasted to beat Flowerful, which came with a rush at the end. Thorny Way was beaten a neck for the "second portion of the prize. Continued on sixteenth page. NANCY LANGHORNE EASILY Continued from first page. J. McMillcns Lena Wood beat a fair band of two-year-old platers over the five and a half furlongs of the third. Ausmar finished second and Robert Maxwell was third. Lena Wood followed the pace of Robert Maxwell closely and wore him down in the final eighth. Ausmar held on well for the second portion. Costello rode the winner. Radiancy helped hold up the start for nine minutes in the fourth but began well when the barrier arose and went into a winning lead immediately. At the end of the three-quarters the G. AV. Foreman filly was three lengths in front of Ten Sixty. Exalted Ruler was third. She and Ten Sixty always had the race for second money between them. Ten Sixty coming from behind the other lilly in the stretch. Pete Walls was astride the victor. After rating J. F. Pecks Lady Marian behind the pacemaking of Toodles to the far turn; Lang sent her into a two lengths lead and kept her going long enough in a drive to win by a neck from Marcella Boy, which was gaining on her at every stride when they reached the end of the mile and an eighth. Yoshimi came from far back for third money. J. Don will race R. Reuges Bonnie Omar at Thorncliffe and Avill go to New York to pick up more horses for that meeting. A. Gantner returned form a visit to his home in Cincinnati and resumed riding. Because Hickory is considered a menace to the safety of other horses and to riders his entry wil be refused on the Canadian circuit in the future. Hickory is owned by the Hamilton Stable. H. S. Hart is an arrival from New York. He plans to increase his stable which has been racing successfully on the C. R. A. circuit. Bengore was kicked and cut in the groin while at the post for the second ,race. Joe McLennan today received a supply of condition books and stake blanks for the Woodbine fall meeting. , . . , , ; .

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