Scores Fourth Straight: Black Wand Continues on Wining Way at Dorval Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-12


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SCORES FOURTH STRAIGHT Black Wand Continues On Winning Way at Dorval Park. Peter Piper Finds Conditions to Liking and Finally "Wins Telescope Easily, t MONTREAL, Que., Sept 11. Black Wand won her fourth consecutive victory this afternoon by beating the best band of platers assembled on the sixth program of the Dorval Jockey Club. The J. A. Harper filly was ridden by H. Howard, who had the leg on her three previous victories. Park Hill finished second to the daughter of Black Toney. Herriard took the small portion of the purse. The race was at a mile and seventy yards. Black Wand showed the way under steadying restraint Going through the rear stretch the filly opened up a two lengths lead and held it to the end. What Is It carried the silks of J. C. Fletcher in the first race and won by two and a hall lengths from Almonist Benorion finishea third in a field of six. Renzetti had the leg up on the winner which was away in the lead and set the pace throughout Almonist pressed him closest all the way. Benorion always was among the first three. Peter Piper found the track to his liking and encountered nothing in the second race to make him quit so galloped in front and won under stout restraint being three lengths in front of Without at the end of five and a half furlongs. Twinkling Star finished third in the race. Kitty Troxell was outrun in the third, but moved into second position behind Tidal Wave on the turn and drew away in the stretch, winning by three lengths from Zanzibar, which finished with a rush and got up in the closing strides to beat Tidal Wave by a length. Tidal Wave galloped off half a mile before the start and tired. Parthema was practically left at the post in the race. Daphne Beamans Amber Fly lead in the fourth under the guidance of J. Jones and won by a length. The race was at a mile. Fair and Warmer finished second to the son of Lovetie. Pelf beat the others in a field of eight Canadian-breds. Telescope returned to the good form that characterized his races at New Orleans last winter and won the sixth race by eight lengths although he ran to the outside fence at the turn into the stretch. Our Birthday finished second to L. A. Seregnis three-year-old son of Astronomer. Telescope was in front throughout under steadying restraint from T. Wilson. All in All finished third.

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