Hydroplane Takes Bouquet Stakes: Rather Ordinary Card Decided at Belmont Park-J. L. Holland Scores a Double., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-02


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1 1 • i ■ I : : • i - I ; ■ I I 1 ■ 1 • 1 - • 1 i t e t r t | I HYDROPLANE TAKES BOUQUET STAKES. Rather Ordinary Cajd Decided at Belmont Park — J. L. Holland Scores a Double. New York. June 1. — An ordinary card, with the ■eventeenlh running of the BeaamH Slakes, for two year olds, as the feature, was down for decision a i Belmont lark today. Hydroplane, running in game fashion, was returned winner ol" the Hou«|Uet. He assumed the lead midway of the stretch when fair Helen moved up on the inside and the two fought it out all through the tinal eighth. A sliort distance from the end Hectograph, which had been racing in the middle of the track, made a strong bid and the three liuished noses apart in one of the closest finishes of the meeting. The history of the Bouquet Slakes *incc 11100 is as follows: ear. Winner. Wt. Joekev. Val. Time. 15100 Educate 91 J. Slack ..,773 :St lliOl Misleader 107 IJullman .. 1,5*3 1:01 WU2 Sergeant 108 T. Bona .. 1,883 :V.ii, ! ■:■.: Race King aw Fuller 11.040 :" :•■ 2 1404 Gold Ten 90 Hlhlebrand. 1.770 1 nl, liio.i A hue .»4 Band 1,850 1:01 1U03 McCarter 07 W. Miller.. 1.00.". l:oo I0O7 Ella ONeUl 04 Noiter 2.0B5 1:00 1008 Trance 188 Musgrave . 1,895 148 l:iOO*Medallion 07 A. Lang .. 1.9S3 :•" -". 1010 Onager lot, Creevy l.Sffi :•"._, j.ti:: Callop 108 McCabey .. 1,415 1:03 Hill Hydroplane 104.1. P. Kyan. 07". 1:01 Kedilced f i ..in live eighths of :t mile to f..iir and a naif full lint I Ran al Morris lark prior lo 1805. Ka ing suspended in 1911 and 1012. Iritlei- and llartwoilli were returned winm 91 fat tin- Holland stable. Ihe former scored a lucky victory. Tritier was in third position in ihe stretch w hen .lo,- Kos, nfiehl swerved, causing the rider of Besom to take thai horse back. Then, when only a lew vards separated tin- trio from the finish. Joe lloseiitiehl again swerved suddenly lo Ihe outside. destroying whatever chances Besom may have had. Tiiller. which was on Ihe inside, then had no dilliciilty in winning. Joe ltosciilield was dis-1 qualified and third place was awarded lo I.ily Of me by the stewards. It was the lirst disqualiticalioli of the meeting. Dartworth had an easy task in winning the third. lor. alter being reserved m the early running, lie came oa in tin- stretth and easily disposed of Ionise Travels. Comely led home Gloaming and Jester in the I.rst. winning handily after assuming the lead right ait.i the star;. Raauaao, raeiag to the form displayed ::t Iiiulic... w.n tin- tifih over Charter Maul and Minstrel in handy fashion. Naiad ac . -luted for ihe sixth race by going to the front wiieii called up and holding Recession safe through Ihe str. t.-h. V. Carter was an arrival today from Louisville with tin- stable of Thpauui Fortune Kyan. Jockey I.. Keri.iulo accompanied iln- stable. It develops that th.- injiirv lo old Rosebud con-r sisi- ,,f a slightt bowed tendon In his right fore-I leu. It is thought that the mishap will not seri-r ously impede his racing, cli lrlcstoni-in. which is owned by J. W. M.-s- seivv. of ChartestoB, S. C. i entered iii the Bel-i in. nt Stakes and the Dorval Derby. lie will be shipped to Montreal to u for the rich Canadian race at Ilorval. .1 W. Schorr arrived from Louisville with a aor- tiin of his stable, which will be campaigned on metropolitan tracks.

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