Jumpers Furnish Feature: Steeplechasing Figures Prominently In Card At Fort Erie Track.; Ontario Wins the Grand Canadian Steeplechase--John Reardon Scores for J. W. Schorr--Gossip from Canadian Circuit., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-09


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JUMPERS FURNISH FEATURE STEEP1ECHASING FIGURES PROMINENTLY IN CARD AT FORT ERIE TRACK Ontario Wins the Grand Canadian Steeplechas John Beardon Scores for J W Schorr Gossip from Canadian Circuit Buffalo N Y October 8 Steeplechaslng was featured by the Niagara Racing Association at Fort Krle this afternoon Two of the sis races wore for jumpers iue over the short course and the other tlie Grand Canadian Steeplechase over the full itirse itirseDavid David Stevenson whose Duke of Roanoke won the Toronto Cup at Woodbine on Saturday last fur ¬ nished the winner in the Grand Canadian Steeple ¬ chase in Ontario which beat Judge Cronin a head 5n a furious stretch drive Expansionist the favor ¬ ite of the race fell at the tenth jump but was re immntcd and finished lie was bleeding when Hen ilrsou pulled iiji Judge Cronin a maiden fencer furnished stout opposition to the winner He took th lead going to the fourteenth jump and enter ¬ ing the homestretch it looked as if be had Ontario lieaten As the pair swung out of the field to the main track Judge Cronin carried Ontario to the outside fence fenceSeveral Several of the races furnished stirring contests In the second race Moncreif just did manage to slall off a determined rush from Melton Street as in the stride past the winning mark the latter showed In the lead leadCouney Couney K came back and won again this afternoon after his victory over Woolcasta yesterday He Ixat a useful lot in the third race today among tinin Dr Barkley Auioret and Woolcasta WoolcastaJohn John W Schorrs share of the days spoils came with the running of the mile and a sixteenth handi ¬ cap which was won by John Reardon The latter was ridden by Guy Hums wiio also had the mount on Cooney K KThere There was rib improvement in the going over yesterday in fact it was worse the track lieing Jumpy and exceedingly fctiff in spots The tracks iimditlou deceived sonic of the horsemen and was especially costly to S A Clopton who wagered heavily oh lunirint and Ainoret both of which showed poor performances John lleardon and Itlneinan were the only successful favorites favoritesSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey Silas McClain who had the mount on Dr Heard which fell at the fourth jump in the short course steeplechase suffered Internal Injuries He was taken to the Riverside Hospital in an unconscious condition conditionFrank Frank MeGinly who has been assisting starter Dado on the Canadian circuit left for Baltimore tonight to join John Milton who is doing the start lull at the Marlboro meeting meetingEd Ed Whyte trainer for It J Mackenzie signed tlie apprentice J Martin today He intends giving the lad ample opportunity for showing his merit and viil put him on Don Antonio in the sixth race on Monday Martin was formerly employed by S C Hlldreth and P T Chinn Jockey Taplin will leave for Toronto with Mr Whyte on Wednesday next nextBefore Before leaving lor Barrie John Dymeiit tried to purchase Lahore from James Rowe Tlie latter re ¬ ferred him to Albert Simons who refused to put a price on the youngster youngsterJockbv Jockbv Palms who got into trouble at Windsor last Minimer has entered the employ of II R Mc IjUiian a Canadian sportsman who has a stock farm at St John X B There are seven broodmares and two stallions at the McLennan farm Palms will look after these horses and also prepare and lirtak the yearlings this fall fallThe The horses that R F Carman has been racing In Canada were shipped to Pimlico tonight Mr Carman himself left for Saratoga to try out the big Kind of yearlings he has in training there thereOtto Otto Stifel a wellknown ht Louis racing en ¬ thusiast was a visitor at Fort Erie this afternoon and watched the running of the races from John W WPreVe1idlK PreVe1idlK ecently purchased by R D Williams kiB been fired Tlie irons were also applied to the Mirlnter Blagg Both horses will be shipped from liw to JackVSnville next week

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