Schorr Horses In Form: Three Winners At Hamilton Carry Colors Of Memphis Turfman.; Leading American Stable of Last Year Strikes Its Stride When Hamilton, David Craig and John Reardon Score at Canadian Track., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-27


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I SCHORR HORSES IN FORM THREE WINNERS AT HAMILTON CARRY COLORS OF MEMPHIS TURFMAN TURFMANLeading Leading American Stable of Last Year Strikes Its ItsStride Stride When Hamilton David Craig and John JohnRcardon Rcardon Score at Canadian Track Hamilton Ont June 2G The stable of John W Schorr cut an important figure in the racing here this afternoon Three of the seven winners carried the colors of the Memphis turfman Hamilton win ¬ ning the Hotel Hoyal Handicap John Iteardon the Mountain Selling Handicap and David Craig the sixth race a dusu of live furlongs for twoyearold maidens David Craig won like a good colt He broke from the extreme outside ran around his company and in the stretch racing drew away into a sixlengths lead All three of the Schorr horses were ridden by Buxtou who by the way will be the regular stable jockey for the remainder of the season on the Canadian circuit circuitHearts Hearts of Oak added another to his already credit ¬ able list of victories when he easily won the Do ¬ minion Plate a lfOO stake for Canadianbred horses Hearts of Oak outclassed bis opposition and after making all of bis own pace won in a canter lengthsThe by four lengths The brief history of the Dominion Plate is as fol ¬ lows Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 190 Glimmer 11110 Seismic 127 Musgrave S1O 157 1911 St Bsiss 117 Fain 1115 150 1112 Oudramou U 107 Loun Lounsby 1090 155J5 lf i Hearts of Oak 117 iJross 1190 l5G l5GMarjorle Marjorle A scored another victory for the Aste stable and like Phyllis Antoinette she was bid up bv Sam Louis Marjorie A was entered to be sold for 1000 and when offered Louis bid 1200 Aste promptly came back with a bid of 1500 and the filly was knocked down to him Aste was much worked up over the matter and claimed that he was being made a target by the lialternien After the incident Louis protested to the stewards that he had been Intimidated There has been much nasty talk all spring at the different tracks over the methods pursued by some of file runup men and It might l e just as well while the matter is being gone Into to investigate both sides In the meantime Aste will not he permitted to start any horses pending the decision of the committee of the Canadian Rac ¬ ing Associations It Is understood that a meeting of the latter Ixidy will be held tomorrow tomorrowJockey Jockey W Olxrt arrived from New4 York this morning He has severed his connection with the Lons stable and will ride as a free lance lanceJockey Jockey V Turner was fined 25 by the stewards for striking his mount Pojr Sim si cross the head with bis whip after he pulled up Afoutour was fined 10 by the starter for disobedience at the post postWillie Willie Applegate was among the layers who cut in this afternoon afternoonThe The threeyearold Uostnrtinin has been turned over to Sam Wittenberg by J Greenwood The latter purchased the colt at a big figure last fall at Norfolk from N B Davis The colt struck bint self in training at Toronto this spring and has yet to go to flit post for his new owner ownerJ J W Schorr purchased JIIss Edith back from Sam Louis who claimed her after she was beaten yesterday

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