Great Day for Blakeley: Former Jockey Saddles Trio of Winners at Aqueduct Track., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-24


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61811 DAY FOR BLAKELEY FORMER JOCKEY SADDLES TRIO OF WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK. Trance Makes Re-Appearance After Years Absence and Is Beaten— Arasee Takes Stake in Which Carter Handicap Winner Is Unplaced. New York. April 23. — Arasee was winner of the . JMMI County Handicap at Aqueduct this afternoon from Prime Ahmed and Magazine. The race represented ■ iieciii. d improvement over liis effort of a few • lays eaja, in which he showed seant sjieed and was neon i a n ally serious contender in an inferior leM. J" m1.i. be had speed enough to always race along 1om- i., the ami in the streteh he BUM on to win a good family run ran-, in which the mile was [ covered in 1 :■.. !. The largest ciowd since opening lay made the trip to the track and the sport from the first race |,, ;he unwieldy maiden alTiiir at the ] nl nf the eard was interesting. In the feature event. John V. Schorr, who was present at the ; Hack for the first time, added his tilly. Fulfill, to l car Creina Creeu eonipany and the Schorr entry went to the iM«jt an 11 to .". favorite. The public generally looked for the Carter Handicap winner to .score, i nt Mi. Schorr himself expected greater things of the filly. In this he was bitterly disappointed. for at no time did she show any speed, while Gretna Croen. alter chasing Magazine to the stretch, unit badly and did not show the same courage thai marked his Carter |»erformaiiee. The com] Tised history of the Queens County Han ilicap is as follows: Year. Winner. A. VI. Jockey. Val. Time. MB Margraviaio .4 IU Womlerlv ... ,400 1:49 HMKt Yellow Tail.. 6 K s Shaw 1.723 1:451 V.*H Uosetint 4 104 T. Hums I.S.V. 1 ::a»i ; I.MC. St. Valentine. 4 112 Criiiiinius ... l.Tl.l 1 ::I0J; Rams Horn . | lis Perrfcne 1.710 1 :.":! •. 1!« 7 W. H. Carey.-! I1B Mountain ... 1.7!l~. 1:40 l!Mts Jack Atkin. 4 IL4 lfnmiaiu l.r,.v. 1 :.y r.Kf.l Not run this vcar. BMB JtoiLi :, w J. class 1.1150 i ::::i Hun previous to PK»4 at a mile and seventy yards. Tiai.r A. ;. Bhsfcefta . win. saddled Arasee tor «. J. Ouiiiii. had a field day. Sending three winners lo the | lie began with the Watercress filly. Maiy Davis, which tMfe QMH Moms Trance l.and-ily into camp in a rive-furlongs dash run in Bht owner Wom a No liSTTFollio Lew in the overnight list, l.ui scratched her and depended u|xm his lien Brush tilly. Though it was the rirs; appearance of Trance since the spring meet ins at Pimlico last Mai. the was made a hot favorite and at post time 1 to :t was the Lest offered ahead her chances. She rushed into the lead at the start, hut when Marv Davis challenged, she faltered badlv and at the finish led lo he hard ridden to save the place from .leanne dAic. It may he that Trance needed the r.iie !• key in r up properly, hut she appeared just a trillc dickey on her way to the post. The oilnr lUak.lev winner was the Inflexible colt Pluvious, that In saddled for T. W. OBrien in the last race. Dartworth. .lames Butlers starter, was favorite and. ilicr cutting out the earlv pace, sue-cuinlMd to the OHrien c«dt. Joim W. Schorr today purchased the two-year-old Scrimmage from .I;.incs IS. Kee:ie.

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