Canadian Schedule Ends: Meetings On Canadian Racing Associations Tracks Come To Close.; Curtain Rung Down for Season of 1910 at Fort Erie Yesterday--New Tracks to Be Opened Next Year., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-12


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CANADIAN SCHEDULE ENDS MEETINGS OH CANADIAN HACING ASSOCIA ¬ TIONS TBACKS COME TO CLOSE Curtain Sune Down for Season of 1910 at Fort FortEric Eric Yesterday New Tracks to Be A1 Opened Next Year Buffalo X Y October 11 The curtain on racing an Canada so far as tlic Canadian Racing Associa ¬ tions tracks arc concerned was rang down for 1910 with the conclusion of todays sport at Fort Krie It was the closing day of tUe fall session of the Magnra Racing Association The meeting was hampered by bad weather and a lack of horses and it is doubtful if the association profited to any great extent on the season Todays program made up of six races had as features the Canadian Sports ¬ man Handicap and a condition race at a mile Secretary Maglnn although handicapped by a lack of material furnished some interesting contests The feature race resulted in victory for the top weight Donald Macdonald which beat Guy Fisher a scant length after making most of his own pace In three of the other races heads and necks separated tlie leaders and in some of them the finishes found the fields well bunched Donald Macdouald and John Reardon were successful as favorites favoritesTjiq Tjiq first two races were marked by good riding on the jiarf of the apprentice Ilawes and wretched horsemanship on the uart of Guy Garner The latter had the mount on Spes Nostra and Garnean both of which are trained by VV O Scully Garner suc ¬ ceeded in getting almost left at the post with Spes Nostra while he rode Garnean like a novice John Ucardon was the easiest winner of the afternoon This greatly improved son of Silverdale outlasted his company in the fifth race and after making all of his own pace and opening a big lead rounding the far turn won in a canter by a half dozen lengths lengthsGarners Garners handling of Detroit in the third race was In glaring contrast to his efforts In the first two races Detroit benefited by an energetic ride in the stretch responded gamely and just did succeed in setting up to beat Amoret a head headJohn John W Schorr and S A Ciopton were eacli represented in five of the six races but one purse necounted for their share of the spoils Imprint Jiild Amorcti from the Ciopton stable should have wpn their repjiective races They were l oth inter fered with linprint being sharply cut off at the linirmllc ground and sent to her knees while Amoret was taken to the outside fence by Walsh at the turn into the homestretch homestretchThe The stables of J W Schorr B Schreiher and W KingDodds will leave for Latonia tomorrow tomorrowFred Fred Fox has decided to ship Detroit and Dor thcstcr direct to Jacksonville and they will prob ¬ ably leave at the same lime that the Williams and Cloptou strings are shipped there thereThomas Thomas Stephens representative of the Canadian National Bureau of Breeding arrived from Mon ¬ treal this morning to prepare the stallion Zacatecas for shipment to the northwest northwestSecretary Secretary Magiun left for his home in St Louis tonight Francis Nelson left for Toronto Starter Italic and his assistants left for Pimlleo PimlleoJ J I Counsel representing the promoters of the new course that will l e constructed at London Out nest spring left for Ottawa to secure a charter for the new racing organization The London enter ¬ prise is being financed by local capital and it Is planned to have the plant in readiness for racing next fall It is understood that considerable work lias lieen done m a new track that Is being built at Ottawa and that a meeting will be given at that point next spring springThe The junipers Francis Joseph and Judge Cronin will IK shipped to Pimlico It is understood that Barney SchreilxT retains an Interest in Iwth of these horses horsesSccretarv Sccretarv W I Fraser and Judge Francis Nelson of the Ontario Jockey Club will visit Louisville next wrek to familiarize themselves with the workings of the parlmutnel machines sit Churchill Downs The machines that it is proposed to use at Woodbine next spring have alrradv been ordered in France and will arrive in Canada during the coming winter

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