Derby to Added Starter: Three-Year-Old Event at Hamilton Marked by Surprising Upset., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-26


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DERBY TO ADDED STARTER . . THREE-YEAR-OLD EVENT AT HAMILTON MARKED BY SURPRISING UPSET. Sandbar Scores Wholly Unlooked For Victory Over I Waterbass and David Craig by Lucky Combination ot Favoring Circumstances. Hamilton. Oat., .luiir 25. — Sandbar, an bided ntartet :i ml the extreme outsider in the betting, v n the Hamilton Derby iliis a ft r ran— Poo* jockey -Shia on the pari of .1. Smyth ami failure to DM hi I ruction* on the part of Goldstein, wen- respon-•■ihle iii ;i measure fur Sandbars victory. The bitter i.i added by Mike Daily at Hie last minute, while Lak« Mel. uke was withdrawn. J. V. Schorr depend-lag n David Craig to laud the Rtake. In all of In- winning race*. David Craig e.nne from behind, hill in todays race Goldstein sent him lo I lie front aatl In led to the middle of the hacks! retell, where Smyth, who hal Waterbass under restraint, r— hi il iiiiii past the pacemaker and opened ap a thre-k-ugtna lead. In the meantime Ambrose was rating . -ainll ■;!!■ Iiehiml ami delayed his veal move until t-aterlag the homestretch. When called on. Sandbar re puntied with a good hurst of speed ami. wearing Waterfaaas and David Craig down, got up in the last 1ft] yards to win Miilt away. The Hamilton Derby was instituted in 1907. Its hi bay is as follows: Vear. Winner. VI. .loekey. Val. Time. i.mi. Toiireime 117 Runs ,430 2:10% I J:.os I neh- Tobv 111 -Nieol 1.450 2:07-. I 1009 Detective 110 l». MeCtby. 1,450 2 :OK% 1010 chief Kee 122 Maagraie ■-. 1.051 2:00% rail Whist no !■;. Dugaa .. 1.900 2:05 1012 Proglega 117 I.utwell 2,530 2:003 1013 Kuskin 119 Small 2.2.mi 2:05% llll 112 L. Ambrose. 3.310 2:69 huge crowd came down ir.un Tomato by two !iial train- to witness the race and niueh en- ibmdasm was manifested. The best linish of the .: iimhii came with the running of the third race, .i dash of si rarbmgs, for which the Texas man-. i ian Xarata, was ;i well-bscked favorite. The race w.i- milked bj an extremely fast pace, with Mar juris a. in lie- lead until entering the homestretch. in the lin.ii farloag Ian Zareta came from behind ami. aftet disposing: oi Marjorie A., lasted just wag . i,..ugh to I. -it the Whitney colt. Nightstick, by h. -mallcsi of in. 1 1 las It was a dose thin he P*i-HI the two. Great Britain was lifth. It was the tirsi time iii his racing career that Great Britain On brited oat of the money. I.d rump beat a hand of good two-year-olds in the opener, lie won in a canter by four lengths an.I ran live furlongs in 1:00%. Mortimer Sfaboney, manager of the betttag enclosure at Windsor, left for New York tonight. .Mr. Mahoaejr reports that every indieati-m points lo the meeting at Windsor living, as it was last m.isoii. one oi the most successful on the Canadian ein pit. Arrivals Maryland Mag th" word that w rk has been begun on the new mile Iraek at Petnxet anil that il will he completed in lime for a fall meeting. The intent ion is to apply for the dates formerly nseo by the Norfolk track. A steeple caase coarse is i»eing laid out at Havre dc Grace and a new dab house and 109 stalls are being liuill :.: Laurel.

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