Canadian Owners Successful: Bulk of Prizes at Hamilton Continue to Go to Horses Owned in the Dominion, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-25


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, . • ! ; CANADIAN OWNERS SUCCESSFUL. Bulk of Prizes at Hamilton Continue to Go to Horses Owned in the Dominion. Hamilton. Out.. .Tun- 21. —Canadian owners were a-ain iiromin.-nr al Hamilton this afternoii. live of the .-iulit purses i;.,im. la horses owned hy Dominion turfmen. Both of the feature ra.-es called for fan adian owned the Walker fttp rotac to Allan Cases Steve I.anc and the DoaahUua Plate to Joseph I-:. Seagrams BeJaaair. A handsome silver -ii| , the gift oT Hiram Walker ft Sims, was added to the steeplechase, and in accordance with the coiulit IOM of the race the rap beeaaaaa the Braawrtx of Mr. Case, he having won the rai-e two years in siteces-sion. Marksman w..n the race for him last year. The Walker flip, with tin- exception af IMS, has he. ii run laatUBBiaaulj since UM and its list of winn.-rs contains the names of well known steeple , has, is The tabled history «.r the race since l.HMt is ,,s fallows: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time, ltusi Al-quehus 5 101 Dufr. sue MM 4 : l*.l | 1001 Ja.k Carey ". U7 Kay 4" i I ■••• ltsc W. II. B4XOB...4 137 fallaghcr ... OM 4:_s; IttOCt Not run this year. pKU cilen Wav 0 La Gee *« 1:10 MMKt Cearholm 4 137 Lynch BM 4:47] VMH. r.iighurst it 14S I".. Kelly MO 4 _ 1 1007 Irank BuBBi tit 0 MO .1. Murphy ... 930 4:38| Incv PicktitNe .» 153 liayton .:::i 1:17 IOM St-ve Lane 0 1".! Simpson :.4it 4:1S IMO Steve I.ane ....7 MB Simpson ... BOB 4:144. The l»oniinion Plate proved easy for Mr. Seagrams seismic, which shouldered 127 pounds and won with ease. Seismic is a tine type of a horse. Iieing ol handsome proportion* and nicely mined. lie pos, s keen s|iood and looks capahleof handling any s,,vt of weight over a eoiisidcrahh- distance of mound. In today* race Musurav.- had him under stout reatralnt during most of the running. He tiMtk c-oiiimand without an effort when Musgrave nhatard him from restraint and drew away into an easv lead at the end. Tin- attendance was again large and speculation was l.risk. l-avorit ea won lour of the races, and joi-k.-vs l.-asi- .-in 1 MitsLTHve rode two winners each. The association has announced that the horses will Is- called to the for the first race tomorrow at :;o. This is done to thus. who wish to make early traraa to make connections. Tl..- stewards handed out a ruling this aftern.H.n which brought suspension to steeplechase jockey Harv,-v Bovlo. Bovle got into trouble tbrougb pull-iitg up Nat. R. alter takiug the first jump in ycsler-.lavs steeplechase. WIh-u he went Into the stand he claimed that the bridle on the horse had dipped, httl llu- trainer of Nat R. refuted this, saying that he tied "the bridle to the horses fore top. Boyle, who was aaajr reinstated last fall, has area riding in i . client form all season and is rated as the l cst si,--nlechase jix key on the circuit. His case was referred to the Canadian Racing Associations. The imittcr will 1h- Loiie into thoroughly and if Boyle is inii".int of any wrongdoing he will undoubt dly be restored to g.Hxi standing. The Hamilton Jockey flub today secured Silver-dab- l.v do nation and Keiilm.Mire by purchase for I. reding MBrpoaea. These horses will be placed in Wentworth foiintv and the National Bureau ot Untiling probahlv will be asked to look after them. This is l.H.k.-il Bpaa as a wise move, for the bureau is ■ great bulwark af the turf in fanada. and mad,- ■ great fiht far racing and the thoroughbred at Ottawa last winter. The bureau is up against the - tiiiienilous proposilion of supplying 221 counties in f ana. la and Ot serves support. T. K. Lynch is the IhiHi in the Iniled n-pr. seiitatiw- - t the luin-atl. Slates and Canada. K. 1 . Williams has purchased of W. 0. King -Dodda the mare Lady Eather. Mr. Williams has also si-.-ui-.-il first call on the services of jockey Pease for the remainder of the fauiu:aa meetings. i.cotui M. Whitney and P. J. Malone will ship , their stables p. lint Brie tomorrow. This is the first consignment to have here for that track. Jocke* floss, woo .an:. • ast with the stable of A B. Spre.-kels. turned up al 1 la lull Ion this uio, u inc and will ride as a Me lau.-e on the 1 anadian l rireait durim. the remaiiider of tin- season. K. W W.ihbn will ship his stable from here to . Miililleburg. Md. Msi ..I the Wahhn horses are on i th.- ailiac list and will be rested for the fall in.. I ing at iimliiti. John 1*. Ryan, representative of the Canadian National Buieau of Breeding, was a visitor at Ham ilioii Ihis aftern.H.n. He reports that A. M. Orpin has promised to donate a stallion to tin bureau. It is reported thai the Ilorida Live Stock and | Ajcricaltaral State Fair Association is making an i effort to secure the services of A. ft. Hade as starter r al Jacksonville next winter.

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