In Spectacular Finishes: Clock Stocking and Grandest Score at Beulah Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-01


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IN SPECTACULAR FINISHES 1 Clock Stocking and Grandest Score at Beulah Park. Cacamlio and Charles J. CrnJgmilc Hccord " " BouWa for Fair Play Stable JlaJn First-Time TIsltor. COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct 3L After being badly outpaced for the first half mile, H. E. Michaels Clock Stocking displayed a brilliant burst of speed through the stretch, -which carried her to a handy victory over Raffles and Lion dOr in the fifth race, which attracted the best field of the card at Beulah r-ark this afternoon. Raffles, the early leader, was doing his best at the end to save second place from Lion dOr. True American, an early contender, tired and dropped out of contention. Following the running of this race, Clock Stocking went to the stable of J. B. McGinn on his claim of ?1,G00. "W. L. Cain also had a bid in for the winner, but was not lucky in the draw. Grandest displayed a similar performance to that of Clock Stocking in winning the seventh race. He was far back commencing the last quarter, but finished with good courage and outgamed AVaywassamo in the final drive. Utah made every post a winning one in the sixth race. Despite racing wide on the turns, Cacambo had the speed of the party at all stages of the fourth race, which marked a double for the Fair Play Stable. Charles J. Craigmile had previously carried the green jacket to victory in the third race after leading by a small margin. Mitzl McGee and Jack Pot held their opponents safe at all stages of their respective races. Rain visited the course for a few minutes ahout noon for the first "time during the meeting and rendered the track slippery. The changed condition upset the calculations . of the form followers somewhat and only one favorite succeeded. H. G. "Woods has taken over as trainer the Ansonia Stable horses, Lavinia and Power. F. L. Dake, of AVoodstock, Ontario, who has raced the mare Maiden Voter on Tri-State tracks the past two years, was a visitor today for the first time. The mare went -wrong at Akron and Mr. Dake plans to breed her to For Fair in the hope of raising a Xing s Plater. 1

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