Cantem Wins Alan Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-18


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CANTEM WINS ALAN FEATURE Sixikane Wash May 17 Interest at Alan to ¬ day was centered in the mile and one sixteenth Post Falls selling purse It had a small hut select field and the winner turned up In Cantem which was recently acquired by J Umensetter Loween was Installed favorite and received the bulk of the public support John Ixnils ruled second choice while Cantem was held at the liberal odds of 12 lo 1 Ho displayed 1tei flight of speed and led all the way Lowecn not being equal to tho task of overtaking him himSeneca Seneca was returned the winner of the handicap sprint his performance holng highly meritorious as his rider was handicapped by the turning t his saddle runningHugh during the running Hugh K Springer who presides over tho destinies of the Hritish Columbia Thoroughbred Association came over from Vancouver today The object of his visit was to sell his horses at private sale He sold Ho eitaire to A T Davis and Seneca to J Tigue lie was accompanied by T A Davies who is now engaged in business at Vancouver Mr Dayies still retains an interest In racing and lias eight horses In training at Minoru Park

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