Stakes To Hallenbeck Stable.: Adams Express Carries Top Weight to Victory in Havre de Grace Handicap--Attendance Good., Daily Racing Form, 1912-08-27


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STAKES TO HALLENBECK STABLE STABLEAdams Adams Express Carries Top Weight to Victory in Havre de Grace Handicap Attendance Good Havre de Grace Md August 20 In a stirring linish H C Hallenbecks Adams Express won the Havre de Grace Handicap carrying a net value to the winner of 1530 which was the feature of todays card and the lirst stake to be run over the new course of the Harford Agriculture and Breeders Association Adams Express showed a game performance and got home a neck in advance of Lochiel running in the colors of II 5 Bedwell who arrived from the west a few days ago Lo chiels showing was the surprise of the race as his owner had not been able to give him any work since his arrival here G 15 Eustls recent pur ¬ chase Shackleton was the pacemaker and set a sizzling pace until well into the homestretch j where Adams Express and Lochiel hooked up for the liual drive the Adam colt outgaming Lochiel al the end A surprisingly huge Monday crowd was in attendance 000 people tilling the grandstand and covering the lawn lawnOld Old Chapiiltepee took the opener in a hard drive with Sherwood the two finishing heads apart Next to the Havre de Grace Handicap the chief event of the afternoon was a mile and a sixteenth selling Rice in which Superstition was made the choice over the lightweight Reybourn Reylwurn was the quickest to get into his stride opened up his usual lead in the tirst half mile and had enough left to stall off Superstition when the latter made an effort to overhaul him at the furlong post Super ¬ stition showed rare courage for it was found after the race that he had grabbed his quartet and had cut himself severely severelyMaj Maj T C McDowell broke into the list of win ¬ ning owners when Progressive led a band of fourteen maiden twoyearolds to the liiiisli W Lang dons recent purchase Hunch of Keys managed to last long enough to stall off Crisco and take second money The time in the handicap was good con ¬ sidering the condition of the going which was deep and cuppy The mile and an eighth was run in 154 154Blanks Blanks for the stakes to be run at Laurel Md during the meeting there have been distributed here and the horsemen are making liberal entries entriesStable Stable room is scarce and the turf followers an taxing the accommodations of Havre de Grace Many private homes have been thrown open to tin horsemen and some have rented furnished houses tor the meeting meetingE E Madison Mitchell of Baltimore who has u string of horses at the track has built a bungalow on the banks of the Susiiuehanna SusiiuehannaJ J JL MeCarren and N K Bcal arrived here this morning with their stables from Baltimore BaltimoreImproved Improved track conditions enabled owners to give their horses some good work this morning when the following trials took place placeArasee Arasee Half mile in 51 51Azyiade Azyiade Fiveeighths in 101 101Bonnie Bonnie Eloise Fiveeighths in 107 107Breaker Breaker Bo Seveneighths in lai laiBuskin Buskin Fiveeighths in 103 103Chilton Chilton Queen Fiveeighths in 101 101Cliftonian Cliftonian Mile in 145 V VCon Con Cumin Half mile in 52 52Continental Continental Fiveeighths in 101 101Doormat Doormat Mile in 1 45 45El El Oro Mile in 145 145Electioneer Electioneer Threequarters in 117 117Elwah Elwah Threequarters in 110 Everett Mile in 147 147Frederick Frederick L Fiveeighths in 102 102Glint Glint Fiveeighths in 103 103Grania Grania Mile in 1 4i 4iHorron Horron Fiveeighths in 102 102Housemaid Housemaid Threequarters in 11 Kate K Seveneighths in 1 Marjorie A Threequarters in 117 117Mileage Mileage Half mile in 50 50Prince Prince Ahmed Half mile in 51 51Schaller Schaller Fiveeighths in l0Vf l0VfSir Sir Giles Seveneighths in Slim Princess Half mile in 5 5Swarfs Swarfs Hill Mile in 144 144Verdure Verdure Fiveeighths in 107 107Worth Worth Threequarters in 111 111Yellow Yellow Eyes Fiveeighths in 104

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