Butler Juveniles Win Two Races: High Noon Scores at the First Asking and Catalina Accounts for the Fashion Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-17

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BUTLER JUVENILES WIN TWO RACES. High Noon Scores at the First Asking and Catalina Accounts For the Fashion Stakes. New York. June It:. The colors of .Tamos Butler, which are carried exclusively by two-year olds pajr-i based from the estate of the late Jaatea R. Ke ae, wci.- conspicuous at Belmont Park today, when the Butler laveulles finished lirst and second in the I ashlon Stakes, for glUes, and High Noon took the opening rate of tin day. Cataliaa and Marion 11. ■.Mi.- the Butler entry in the fashion Stakes and. after Marion 11. ha. I set the pace to the last six-i • i-tit It. Catalina came along and passed her stable companion in the last few strides. Marion H. held the remainder safe fir second place. The vie lory of High Nooa in the first race was impressive. He led from start to liuish and beat some seasoned racers, lie is regarded as one of the beat t wove. ic olds shown this year. In todays race he farced tin- speedy Gaelic to ajalt and at the end easilj hh! Geo. Boeeeh safe. in conformation he is a grand hHiklng youngster and attracted quite a hit or attention from horsemen. The condensed history of the fashion Stakes since lMiil is ;is follows: Year. i r. Wt. Jockey. Val. lime. 1UO0 Anecdote lit* Shaw .:;oo :S9 1801 Amicltla Hit Monaco 2.245 ::,: , J.KU lainari l P.i Doggett 3,255 :53 pin:: Isblana IP* fuller 2.5:50 :54 P. to 4 Inundation 1 PI J. Martin .. 2,520 :5*% Pin:. Tiptoe 114 Odom :!.lixl :..4-:. P.mm; » 1 Dress ....114 Sewell ."t.lH."! :54 i!Mi7 Klla ONeill" 118 Notter S.1S5 :54 Puis fi,:d Mouse 118 Notter 3.130 :."il,4/f, 1808 Angerona 119 O. Burns .. 1,925 :S2% lino Housemaid 1I!» V. Powers . 1.4" i : ::■-, in:; rtltaway ill T. McTagt .1,983 :»« 1914 CataUna lir. J. Kederia. . 2.::i5 l:tn:!i No raring iu 1811 and 1912. file sprint handicap at six furlongs was contested by a shifty field of sprinters, with Stroinlioli ruling favorite. The winner turned up in Lahore, which, after being outran in the early stages, came on in tie tinai quartei and assuming the lead an eighth out. won with two lengths margin. Btroinboli raced out in trout in the early stages, hut was un-able to withstand the winners rush, spring Board failed to show his speed at any stage of the journey. William Garth, who purchased six yearlings at the Oxnard sale yesterday, will ship them to ii. s Virginia farm. Hock View has Ik. en assigned top weight for the Brooklyn Handicap, which is to he run at Aiiue-dncl an He- opening day. His weigbl is 128 pounds. John Miller arrived at Belmont Park yesterday with eight yearlings, the property of Mr. Gilford oiluai. They will he re shipped to Mr. tochiaus ram at Mount Klsoo. % Archie Zl miner has sent to Graveaend Caagh Hill. Preston Lynn and a four year old colt, a recent purchase of Tom Sharkeys, where they will bo rested until the opening of racing at Saratoga. Jockey J. McCain- was suspended for the rest of the meeting by starter Caaaidy for disobedience at th.- post in the second race. The Southern Maryland fair Association, pro-asOtera of the Marlboro meeting which came to a close lust Saturday, are making preparations to build a new irack at Patuxen. Maryland, in Prince George County, midway between Baltimore and Washington. It is the intention to build a mile and Mil eighth track and apply to the Jockey tlub the coming fall for the dates which were formerly allotted to the Jamestown Jockey Club at Norfolk, Va.

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