All Gold Again Unplaced: H. P. Whitneys English-Bred Horse in Another Disappointing Performance, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-16


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ALL GOLD AGAIN UNPLACED II. P. WHITNEYS ENGLISH-BRED HORSE IN ANOTHER DISAPPOINTING PERFORMANCE. Is Installed Favorite for Handicap at Laurel That Dr. Duenner Wins Scallywag Takes Stake Race at Long: Odds. Baltimore. Md., October 15. All Gold again ruled a favorite tills afternoon at Laurel. On the strength if Ins English reputation it was expected when he made his American debut a few days ago that he would win. Today his reputation still clung to him and lie was again made lirst choice. Fourth was the liett lie could do at the liuisli. This horse may lie a good one, but he will have to show something littler than he did today, for the public and horsemen to take his seriously. As a matter of fact, t lit re were many layers who expected a repetition of ids last previous race and he was a favorite of the receding variety in many of the books. This raw was a handicap for all ages at one mile. It resulted in victory for Samuel Koss Dr. Duenner. He made ail the pace and through the stretch 11. G. llcdwells lightly weighted Lochiel was the one to give him argument. Kiiigling, after meeting with a deal of misfortune in the running, was third. The days feature was the Canvas Hack Selling Stakes, six furlongs, which resulted in a surprise when Henry J. Morris Scallywag, at 1!0 to 1, won In a romp. August Belmonts lielamonr was second and II. !. Bedwclls Prince Ahmed third. Scallywags victory was unexpected even to his owner. .1. Simon Healy left tonight for Piping Kock. where he goes to saddle Armament, Henry J. Morris candidate for the Piping Rock subscription race on Saturday. In the meantime, .lames Fitzsimmons will look after the horses traiued by Ilealey at Laurel. In the lirst race, Kal Parrs Wauita was jumped on and so badly cut down that It was found necessary to destroy her. Jcckey Butwell lost a winning mount when he was taken sick after the lirst race and forced to cancel his engagements for the rest of the day. He was tirhave ridden Henry J. Morris Scallywag. John U. McLean has become a member of the Maryland State Fair Association and was again an interested spectator. Fred Sclielke made his first appearance at the track today. In preparation for the racing at Pimlico, brush was being placed on the jumps today. V. It. Midgely has obtained the following jockeys to ride at Piping Rock Saturday: G. Rurns, Rut-well, J. Robbins. Upton, G. Van Benschoten, Olsen. Lounslierry, S. Davis, J. Mclntyre, H. Radtke and Pais ton. Charles Boots arrived from San Francisco today and will remain for the rest of the meeting. For the lirst time since the opening of the present meeting, there are seven races carded for tomorrow. The extra race is a mile on the Hat for military otlicers that should prove of great interest and will undoubtedly attract a big crowd from Washington. In all, sixty-eight horses arc named to carry colors. E. F. Cooney, who was taken sick in Washington several days ago, has been progressing favorably, although It has been decided that another operation is necessary. He will go under the knife tomorrow. Frank W. Doss and Byron McNutt were arrivals from Salt Lake City today. They will remain for the rest of the meeting. Jockey Buxton arrived from Kentucky and had bis lirst mount today. Jockey Roscoe Troxler lias announced that he will ride atJuarez during the coming winter.

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