Buskin Is Derby Winner: John Whalens Colt Beats Kleburne And First Sight At Hamilton.; Hawthorn Makes Show of His Opposition in Allowance Race and Little Nephew Equals a Canadian Record in Beating Speedy Southern Maid., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-26


view raw text

BUSKIN IS DERBY WINNER JOHN WHALENS COLT BEATS KLEBURNE AND FIRST SIGHT AT HAMILTON Hawthorn Makes Show of His Opposition in Allow ¬ ance Race and Little Nephew Equals a Canadian Record in Beating Speedy Southern Maid Hamilton Out Juno 25 Ten thousand enthusi ¬ astic racegoers cheered the Hamburg colt Itnskln to victory in the Hamilton Derby this aftoriHxm It was one of the largest crowds that ever turned ut at the local track and every available space within the enclosure was packed There were only three starters In the race Kleburne First Sight and Itnskin Amos Turney was confident that the former was good enough to win and with the idea of saving H iTou for the Canadian Derby at Fort Krle be withdrew the son of McGeo Klebnnie was heavily backed and wont to the post an oven money favor ¬ ite He flattered bis kickers by rushing to the front when the break came and setting a last pace He was apparently going easy and showed in front until making the turn for home where Itnskin caught him and in the homestretch the latter drew away to win easily by three lengths Iuskin was badly outpaced in the first half but lie finished like a lion lionThe The Hamilton Derby was instituted in 1907 Its brief history is as follows oar Winner Wt Jockey Val Time TimeIiOi IiOi Tourenne 117 Kunz 1450 210 210IlOS IlOS fncle Toby 314 Nicol 1150207 1150207IKH IKH Detective 110 D McCthy 1450 2OS 2OSIHO IHO Chief Kee 122 Mnsgrave 195O 2 M M3lll 3lll Whist 110 K Dugan 150 2t 5 1912 Froglegs 117 Putwell 2550 209 115 Ituskin lit Small 2290205 2290205The The Kentnckians accounted for two of the races with Hawthorn and Little Nephew The former ran in the first race with 93 pounds but unfavorable re ¬ ports spread bv the dockers enabled his connections to obtain handsome odds the gelding being at one time as good as 7 to 1 C F Itnscbemeyor wagered 1MM straight and as much more to show It was his commission that backed the horse down Therfc was nothing to the race but Hawthorn after Vlie break Getting off none loo well the big geld Tng dashed to the front and simply rated along in the lead all the way He was only cantering at the linish whore he led Leochares by throe lengths lengthsLittle Little Nephew gave Southern Maid a sound beating In the third race a dasli of live furlongs lie led all the way although only by a small mar ¬ gin for the first half mile In the stretch he shook off the lilly to win going away The race wns run in 59 which equaled the Canadian record for the distance distanceThe The closest finish of Hie afternoon came with the running of the sixth race in which Phyllis Antoinette came from behind and got np in the closing stride to beat Miss ICdith by a nose Hie winner was bid up from 400 to 1005 by Sam Louis but was retained by her owner Three ilalnis wore then filed for Miss Kdith by William Walker W J Mcllmurray and Sam Louis and in the drawing the last named got the mare mareJockey Jockey J N Pyrne is expected here tomorrow and will ride as a free lance on the Canadian circuit during the remainder of the season seasonT T l Ryan of Toronto took over the entire stalde that E J McGraw brought to Canada from Haiti more In the lot are Voilchen Ilclray John 1 Nixon Louise Travers Chuckles and Patty Regan The stable of F J Pons arrived from Itelmont Park In charge of W it Salleo John Powers severed his connection with the Pons stable several days ago mid Salleo is now handling the horses horsesThe The yoarlinigs that Robert Davies purchased in Now York arrived in Toronto this afternoon afternoonThe The twoyearold Recoil in the Davies stable bus boon tired on the ankles and turned out for the season It Is said that she is a lietter filly than Son thorn Maid MaidThe The races will begin at 215 In the future The time for the llrst race this afternoon was de ¬ terred until the arrival of the Toronto special train

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1910s/drf1913062601/drf1913062601_1_2
Local Identifier: drf1913062601_1_2
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800