Sir Michael Regains Form: Displays Same Brand of Speed That Characterized Performances Last Year-Montreal Weather Bad, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-22


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SIR MICHAEL REGAINS FORM Displays Same Brand of Speed That Characterized Performances Last Year — Montreal Weather Bad. MONTREAL, Que., June 21.— Displaying the brand of speed which characterized his achievement of last season. Sir Michael, swift running five-year-old son of Cudgel-Miss Hogan, which performs for E. Bowie i of Montreal, raced to the easiest victory of his career when he led to the finish by three lengths over R. Russells Pepper | Prince at the end of the mile and seventy yards of the Saguenay Handicap, for home-breds . and the feature of the seventh day at . Mount Royal. Third went to Smoke Ring of the J. N. DArcy stable, which was well before Die Cast, Finesse and Foggy Dew, which completed . the field of six and finished in the i order named. Despite the inclement weather a good . crowd braved the elements and some excellent • racing was witnessed over the very heavy and treacherous track. L.. Laurin was in charge of Sir Michael 1 and rushed him into command in the run to the first turn, drew clear after the first quarter mile, and taking the son of Cudgel 1 In hand, had him under steady restraint all the way to the finish line. Pepper Prince i dropped back after the first quarter mile j and making up ground in the last quarter was well before Smoke Ring at the finish. . The latter raced well up throughout and quit badly in the last furlong but easily held the others safe.

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