Kentuckians Doing Well: Horses From Blue Grass Circuit Win Three Races At Fort Erie.; Stanley S., Well Supported in the Betting Ring, Is One of Successful Trio--Knights Differ Wins a Purse for Robert Davies., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-08


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EBNTUCKIANS DOING WELL HORSES FROM BLUE GRASS CIRCUIT WIN THREE RACES AT FORT ERIE Stanley 8 Well Supported in the Betting Ring Is IsOne One of Successful Trio Knights Differ Wins Winsa a Purse for Robert Davies Buffalo X Y August 7 Another monster crowd journeyed to Fort Erie this afternoon to witness what proved to be an excellent afternoons entertain ¬ ment Followers of favorites had an unprofitable experience Meissen and Buckhorn being the only winning choices The Kentucky contingency ac ¬ counted for half of the program with Miss Declare Stanley S and Buekhorn Tlio fifth race for four yearolds and over one mile was the stellar attrac ¬ tion mid was productive of a spectacular finish Seven raeers of good class made nj the field The winner turned np in Robert Davies Knights Differ with Am second and Flex third m made the arly pace but could never get away from his op ¬ ponents and when Mixidy who hail Knights Differ under restraint called on his mount lie responded with rare courage and got np in the final strides Flex after being prominent in the early miming faltered racingThe In the stretch racing The Kenluckians engineered a coup of no mean proportions when Howard lots lack Iolnt gelding Stanley S ridden by Van luscn got up ao win 7y a neck from Itaquette another outsider and Mama Johnson JohnsonIt It J Mackenzie took his first purse on a Canadian track this season when Buckhorn a prohibitive choice spreadeagled his opposition in tlie fourth race winning with something to spare from Cousin 1uss which came with a lielated rush lii the stretch 7 K Seagrams colors were borne to the front for the second time this year when Meissen won the ojiening dash from Moss Fox and Lady Isle IsleJockey Jockey Buxton was susiwiided for three days by Btarter postJ A H Dade for disobedience at the post J Hocbrein claimed Osaple out of the second race for 1410 1410Judge Judge Francis Nelson censured jockey Montonr for his riding tactics in the second race ana warned him that a repetition would bring about his sus ¬ pension pensionBarney Barney Schreiber was among the visitors at Fort Erie this afternoon He has leased to It J Allison the racing qualities of the twoyearolds Smokey Dan and Harry Shaw ShawI I 1 MeGrath who has been booking on the cir ¬ cuit since the beginning of the season was notified of the deatli of his mother last night and has departed for Ills home homeGeorge George Sully arrived this morning from Belmont Park with the horses of Robert T McKeever In the Jot SpringmassSecretary were Waller Scott and Springmass Secretary Joseph McLennan announced that the fall stakes of the Montreal Jockey Club tilled quite as well as expected expectedIt It was announced this morning that II H Em inons Rndolfo winner of the 15000 Kentucky Handicap which was conspicuous by his absence 5n tho Dominion Handicap had gone wrong and that he would be retired for the season The Sir II non or Batts Watoma colt has l een on the verge of a breakdown since his winning effort at Hamilton and while being prepared for yesterdays stake pulled np lame which caused trainer Jack ¬ son to quit training him

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