Mud Runners Paradise: More Rain and More Mud for the Horses at Dorval Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-11


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MUD RUNNERS PARADISE More Rain and More Mud for the Horses at Dorval Park. Good Crowd Der-pita TTnproplllous Weather Oland Wins Dorval Hopeful Sialics for the Seagram Static. 1IOXTTIEAL, Que, Sept. 10. It now sscms certain that the current meeting at Dorval will he notable in history chiefly for the amount of had weather that attended it. Rain throughout last night at intervals kept the solus deep in heavy mud for this afternoon and rain began to fall again as the horses in the feature race -were going to tha post. The croxd -was good despite the inclement -weather, Th2 Dorval Hopeful stakes featured the fifth program of the association. Oland won it. .Note o" Love finished second. Foolscap -was third at ths end of the three-quarters. The race netted the Seagram Stable, owner of Oland. 51,660 from an added value of 32,000. Although Oland won "by five lengths the race was not lacking in thrills up to the lima the gelded son oZ Olambala Land League began to draw away in tha final eighth. Marie Dattner made the pace with Mlryachit, Note o Love and Oland follow ing her closest at the turn out of the back- stretch. Shortly thereafter Oland moved into second position and challenged tho 1 daughter of Theo Coot. In the stretch she tired and Oland look an easy lead beginning the final eighth. Note o Love mean-white iieJd to her pc si 13 on among the leaders and outlasted Foolscap by half a length at the end. Foolscap was badly outrun but saved ground and finished fast. UT TTVE LENGTHS. Lyflia. Drew mads all th2 pace in the first and tvou by five lengths. Hoi Polloi was second thxoughont five and a half furlongs. JSmrvrion was third practically all the way and finished there. Baker in the silks of 2CL Grishman xoda the winner. By saving ground ail tha way with Georgia !May in the second. A. Clausner got the J. H. ZMcIrrtosh color bearer home a nose in front of Dz. Charles "Wells upon which Bourassa lost a, lot of grourd. Teass was third at the end of lLi thrce-quartErs. Georgia 3Iay was in Iront from the start, almost to the stretch turn. There Dr. Charles Wells took Up the running although ha lost much ground stoiightpjiTng -far ioim but ia tha final eighth Georgia May nam again and overhauled the tiring Docinr. AEanilcki mads nil lbs pacru ra the third a.nd won by a length from St. Quentin driving bard sit the end to -mai-nHb that advantage. McTagus rode tha winner... Si. Qusntin was outrun whiTa Allantida was galloping along in a. Inncsnrns lead. Si. Qnentin moved into ramie n linn in the stretch bat tired xiear the end. Black Baby -was third at ths end of the 2Bve ami a. Tmlf furlongs. By saving ground at the turn into the sJxEtdh -Terry "Wilson took the lead with . IV. "Ycirmg"s Jocose and won bis secmd race of tha aflernocc "Wedding Princa finished second and See Brush, was third at the end of a. mils and a. sixteenth. 3IDHH1SSET JLSJU.1EEP. StarlEr MDTrlssey xeceivEd a cut on the liead and narrowly escaped serious injury "whUs the borses were at the post for the sixth race. Ticacey brbka inta the barrier. The webbing held and tha inner upright of the starting gate -was broken and wrenched from its moorings. As it fell it struck, the starter on the head and he staggered out of the stand. Ticacey threw jockey Howard and attempted to run away, but the lad held to the reins gamefe- and checked the horse, althougji his feet wera off the ground as , Ticacey started to mm away with him it , was the second time today that one cf the sates was wrecked. The field in the Hopeful broke through the barrier at the start and ruin-Ed the aparatuE. Ticacey began in front -when the gate was repaired, led through the mfle and seventy yards and outlastEd Pelf by a. neck. Fair and "Warmer finished third. In the Jacques Cartier Handicap Ddc Gaiety never was beaded and won by a bead. Baker bad the mount, bis second success of -the day. Thorndyke beat Flowerfnl by a length for the second portion of the purse. The race was at a. mile and seventy yards lor Canadian brads and served as the chief support -of the feature two-year-old stake. Baker get the Glasseo colt in front, opened tip a lead of five lengths and kept him going through the stretch, though he was tiring. Thorndyke finished fast for second money. Flowerful tired, but beat Peggie S. by ten lengths.

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