New Hampshire In Front: Scores First Ross Victory of Present Dorval Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-09


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NEW HAMPSHIRE IN FRONT Scores First Boss Victory of Present Dorval Meeting. JSaslIy Accounts for lakeside 31andlcap Dominion Nursery Plate to Forecast II. MONTREAL,, Que., Sept S. Attracted, by warmer weather than has prevailed here on either of the previous days of the meeting and a good card, a large Monday crowd turned out at Dorval Park this afternoon to see the Lakeside Handicap and six other races decided. New Hampshire won the Lakeside and carried the silks of Commander J. K. L. Ross to the first victory at the meeting. Three of New Hampshires stable mates previously had flown the black and orange colors in vain since the opening, last Friday. New Hampshire had little trouble winning today. Pete Walls rated him early under his 11C pounds, moved to the front beginning the far turn and won by three lengths easily. "Wraith finished second and War Man was third at the end of the three-quarters, which was run in 1:13 although the track was dead. Goldlands carried the Seagram silks to victory in the first race. The son of Ypsilanti IL was ridden by T. Wilson. He was off well in a rapidly breaking field, worked his way to the front and straightening out held on well in a drive to win by half a length from Wavecrest Transformer beat the others. Sandpile and Benorion took turns showing the way but both tired. Forecast II. beat a good band of Canadian-bred two-year-olds in the Donimion Nursery plate. It was at five-eighths. The Riverdale stable representative was rated off the early pace by Ambrose and drew away to a four-length victory in the closing sttrides. Fair-bank finished second coming from far back to do so. Miryachit, the pacemaker, wound up in third place. Blue Brush got the large portion of the -prize in the third. He was ridaen by J. Mc-Taggart and carried the silks of A. Monast Dr. Charles Wells finished second in the race, which was at three-quarters and St. Quentin was third. Blue Brush won by a neck. Dr. Charles Wells was second by hair a length and might have been first had he not run out at the head of the stretch. Oil Man, the choice, pulled up extremely lame. Washington was sent from New York for a coup in the colors of A. Davis but Sweep By, an arrival from Kenilworth, beat the son of Ballot over the mile in the Chateau Gay Purse. Washington started off like a certain winner. Thomas had the big chestnut in hand as he bounded along in front but when Lawrence sent Sweep By after him xounding the far turn, the son of Sweep readily narrowed the gap and drew itno a safe lead in the stretch. Both of the leaders were staggering through the final eighth. Trevan saved the third portion. The winner blongs to Mrs. R. A. Lawson, H. Gilmores Miss Claire rushed around the others in the sixth race on the final turn and drew out into a two-length lead. Mc-Tague rode the winner. She was outrun but the lad waited patiently until the others began to shorten their strides slightly nearing the far turn. Then the lad called on her and she came around her opponents in a rush that ended in victory. Vendor held on for second money. The Clockmender was third. McTaggart rode his second winner of the afternoon in the seventh. He was astride C. Robillards Royden. The son of Sain was rated close to the early pace, came around the leaders on the turn and held Attorney Muir safe by two lengths in a drive. Cheechako was well rated but could not do better than finish third. .

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