Single Foot And Canter: Carry J. E. Griffiths Colors Into First and Second Places.; Maryland Sportsmans Entry Runs One-Two in ,000 Added Jennings Handicap at Pimlico--Another for E. F. Whitney., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-13


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SINGLE FOOT AND CANTER Carry J E Griffiths Colors Into First and Second Places Maryland Sportsmans Entry Huns OneTwo OneTwoIn In 6000 Added Jennlngs Handicap at atPlmllco Plmllco Anothertfor E F Whitney riMLICO aid May 12 T K Griffith pair of homebred colts Sngle Foot and Can ¬ ter half brothers and out of the same Jam Virginia I finished first and second in the 6000 added Jennings Handicap at Pimllco Thursday afternoon Back of them was a field of the best sprinters on the grounds Single Foot ridden by L Schaefer outstayed Canter by a length and a half then came Senator Norris a neck back and a half length in front of Murzim Canter ran a remarkable race When the barrier was released It found him left at the post and in the run down the back stretch he appeared hope ¬ lessly out of it itErickson Erickson did not hurry him and it was not until straightened out in the stretch that Canter began gaining on the leaders In the final eighth he came from behind with a sensational burst of speed that landed him in front of all but his stable companion The Heathen and Peter Fiz who set the pace tired when the finish came They showed much speed in the early stages running the quarter in 22 and the half mile in 47 The winner in company with Canter worked out the mile in 1 41 41The The net value of the stake to the winner was 5910 5910STEEPLECHASE STEEPLECHASE INTERESTING INTERESTINGThe The Glenmore Steeplechase furnished a rousing contest in which the English jumper Horace Groom was a winner by a length from Beverwyck which in turn beat Saint Pancras by a neck for second place These three battled it put from the last jump and the winner finished courageously under a hard drive Cason who rade Saint Pancras started out to make a runaway affair of the hard drive Cason who rode Saint Pancras into a ten lengths lead and in the next half he began to tire and at the twelfth jump Beverwyck moved up with a rush to take command drawing away into an easy lead The latter looked to have the race won at the last jump only to tire when Horace Groom challenged Heart Breaker had a rough race He was crowded into one of the posts that marks the course just before reaching the third jump and at the ninth jump fell NeapTide jumped well wellBoyish Boyish Bob an outsider in the second race ridden by M Fator led tfte others from the start was never headed and outstayed Teco by a length and a half Teco began fast but immediately dropped out of it She closed a big gap but tired after getting on even terms with Sweepesta at the eighth post postThe The Edward F Whitney twoyearolds evi ¬ dently are rounding into form Cayuga came back after Meridas victory Wednesday and downed a band of fair youngsters in the fourth race a dash of fiveeighths Cayuga outrun from the start by Toanna moved into the lead entering the home stretch and in the final eighth drew away to win by a length and a half Toanna always held the others safe and was two lengths and a half in front of Blue Rose at the finish There was a strong play on the winner and he went to the post a well backed favorite Angry Mood was the disappointment of the race Beginning with the leaders she immediately dropped out of contention and was never a factor

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