Two Fall in First Race at Windsor: Jockey Moreland Has Hip Bruised-Hennessy Escapes Unhurt-One Favorite Wins, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-13


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TWO FALL IN FIRST RACE "AT WINDSOR Jockey Morcland Has Hip Bruised Henncssy Escapes Unhurt One Favorite Wins. Detroit. Midi., July 12. The talent had a iiard time picking winners at Windsor today. The track was in the worst possible condition. Western was the only favorite to win, and, being clear of the mix-up whiidi occurred on the far turn, he cantered away from the others, and won as his rider pleased. Etrena stumbled and fell after making the turn and threw Ilennessy over the fence, Morcland on Dan McKenna, blinded with mud, did not see the accident until too late to pull up, and fell over Etrena. Ilennessy escaped unhurt, but Morcland sustained a bruised hip. Jockey Swain was lined 5 for rough riding in the sixth race. Sam Partner shipped Peter Sterling and the rest of the stable to Fort Erie today. Judge Charles F. Price will spend the coming week at French hick Springs in Indiana, and will take up ids duties as presiding judge at Fort Erie when that meeting opens a week from Monday.

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