Buckhorn Takes Stakes: Canadian Owners Figure Largely In Opening Days Results At Windsor.; Final Meeting of the Year at Canadian Course Near Detroit Is Inaugurated with Big Crowd in Attendance., Daily Racing Form, 1912-08-27


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BUCKHORN TAKES STAKES CANADIAN OWNERS FIGURE LARGELY IN OPENING DAYS RESULTS AT WINDSOR Final Meeting of the Year at Canadian Course CourseNear Near Detroit Is Inaugurated with Big BigCrowd Crowd in Attendance Detroit Midi August 20 Canadian owners played an iuiportnnt part in the racing at Windsor I his afternoon U 1 Mackenzie furnished two of tin winners and the Toronto turfman Itobert Da vies another The Mackenzie colors were car ¬ ried to victory by Helen Barbee and rnckhorn and Hit1 Duvles success was scored by the good two yearold Calvary Buckhorn beat u good lot in ihr Kerry Handicap one mile and a sixteenth to which was added 2000 He was ridden by jockey Tcahann and beat John Furlong a neck in a long hard drive during which he displayed great cour ¬ age Plate Glass the favorite of the race ran last lastCalgary Calgary showed a good performance in winning his race He displayed a line turn of speed and at no time during the running was the result in doubt Jockey Martin had him well in hand to the stretch turn and in the liual furlong Ualgary with ¬ out much effort drew away into a long lead leadJohn John W Schorr furnished the winners of the first and seventh races in Leocharcs and Hamilton Both were ridden by Mooney who also had the mount on Edda the oddson favorite for the sixth race Leo rhares and Hamilton came from behind in their ratvs and both won easily easilyThe The opening of the second and final meeting of tin1 season of 1912 at Windsor was a brilliant on Tlic attendance equaled in point of numbers that of anv day of the previous meeting and the thirty lay ¬ ers that cut in found business brisk enough to keep tin1 in on the jump all afternoon Detroit is probably more prosperous just now than at any time in the history of the city and it has a generous number of enthusiastic racegoers The management was well pleased with tne opening Racing conditions wore as near perfect as one could wish for the weather being warm and the track fast fastAmong Among tlie prominent turfmen present were K R Itradley R 1C Watkins Francis 1 1ous W W Daiden John W Schorr Otto Stifel J 15 Res ¬ ins J W Fuller Hubert Davies U J Mackenzie I II Ad ir W i Yanke Col W K Applcgate Howard Oots James MacManus T W OBricn lint Colby A R London Judge Monck J H Mailigan T Harmon Harry McKenna Val Miley and frank Hayes HayesIncluded Included in the thirty layers that were in line were T J Shaw Henry llanf Willie Applegate Kov Offiitt Al Koenigslterg Frisco Gardner Lee Wagner C 15 Walters J Mellinger Ceorge W filer M I Miller Ceorge Howard Claude Uvle F Kaverne Frank Shannon R A Kennedy Ed Colell William ReverJoy I J McGrath E L Howard Mike Harris J Shapiro Max Frank Charles Smith George Vonge Eugene Movne Frank Rain Eddie Graves Alliert Kss and W Dee DeeTom Tom Shaw handled 25000 and Peter McGrath lrOOO during the afternoon afternoonPrevious Previous to the races the Canadian Racing Asso ¬ ciations beld a meeting at which several applica ¬ tions for licenses were passed upon J H Ford as granted a jockey license Ford is a capable steeplechase rider and is with the Garth stable The cases of jockeys Butwell Nolan and Ambrose vx re passed over until the next meeting which ill be held at Montreal and at which the full Miard will lie present presentJockey Jockey Musgraves riding in the future will be inlincd to the stable of hs employer Joseph E Seagram SeagramJohn John W Schorr is endeavoring to interest Otto steifel to join him in partnership in the purchase f sixteen yearling colts bred by James K Keene The idea is to race u joint stable next year in amida and Kentucky KentuckyRobert Robert T MvKeevcr who arrived from Austria M veral days ago was u visitor at Windsor this afternoon Mr McKeever still owns the great sprinter Do Mnnd which is still in France and he will make an effort to ship several wellbred mares across this fall for mating with De Muml next season seasonI I Murray who is hero in the interests of the Mineral Springs Jockey Club reports that about iwonty different owners have promised to ship horses to he new track in Indiana at the conclusion of the present meeting J 15 Rospess is said to be one of the horsemen who has promised to go there thereThe The folowjng licenses were granted by the Cana ¬ dian Racing Associations this afternoon afternoonTrainers Trainers R E Campbell D Fisk J Gorman W Hayward J P Jones F Langdon J Mul key W Price and F M Taylor TaylorJockeys Jockeys J Allen 5 Van Benschoten W Doyle II Shilling for H C Hallenbeck only J H Ford T Tuckey F Hewitt and J McCabe

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