Fast Track Racing At Woodbine Park.: Fair Montague Reverses Kings Plate Placing and Defeats Tartarean--Chester Krum, Good Jumper., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-26


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FAST TRACK RACING AT WOODBINE PARK Fair Montague Reverses Kings Plato Placing and Defeats Tartarean Chester Krum Good Jumper Toronto Out Slay 21 The races at Woodbine Park this afternoon were ruu under threatening skies and over a fast track The card was a well balanced one and several of the rces furnished inter ¬ esting contests The Breeders Stakes aud the Wood ¬ bine Steeplechase were offered as attractions and in the former the Millar pair that finished tirst and second in the Kings Plate ran one two in the afternoons feature This time however Fair Mon ¬ tague led Tartarean at the finish Both colts picked np weight as a result of their Kings Plate racing Linsin a recent arrival from Pimlico attempted to make a runaway alfair of the race ant led until well into the homestretch before Fair Montague caught and passed him but at the finish the Millar repre ¬ sentative was going away Linsin gave way when challenged aud in a driving finish Tartarean beat him a neck for second money moneyHun Hun annually since 1880 the Breeders Stakes has always been a popular feature of spring racing Its condensed history since 1000 is as follows Year Winner Wt Jockey Val Time 1000 The Provost 122 Dallard 570 2 OS 1001 John Huskin 124Vititoe 020 201 0i V VPJ02 PJ02 Lyddite 122 T Walker 710 200 00 1003 Ayrshire Lad 127Mnnro 800 02 1001 War Whoop 122 Homanelli 1105 Will King 122 E Walsh WalshIIIOU IIIOU Slaughter 127 Treiibel 11107 Sea Wall 117 McDaniel 005 150 1008 Seismic 127 C II Shi ShiISIOO Shill 800 158 ISIOO Courtier 122 Goldstein 880 l5Sf 1 10 Panner 114 J Wilson 805 150 1111 St Bass 117 E Dugau 855 155 1012 Amberite 117 C Burns 030 204 10K5 Hearts of Oak 127 J Wilson 1420 155 10M Beehive 120 C Peak 1770 150 1015 Fair Montague 115 T Hice 1700 153 153Chester Chester Krum showed a good performance in the Woodbine Steeplechase which he won in easy fashion after leading all the way Williams forced the pace with Tom Horn and carried the winner along at a rapid gait to some of his fences At the twelfth jump Tom Horn went down and with him out of the way Chester Krum was taken under restraint aud won easily from Bryndown Annually BryndownAnnually since 1882 the Woodbine Steeplechase has been a fixture of the spring meetings at Wood ¬ bine and its history briefly summarized since 1000 follows followsYear Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time 1000 Master Fred 0 147 Huston 4SO ill 1001 Eli Kiuills 12 154 Moxley 405 5 IS1 1H 2 Sallust 7 150 ODoimell 470 015 1005 Higbie 30 150 Gallagher 515 r15 1001 Conovor 8 KiO Holman 74O 007 C07Vl 1005 Conover 0 150 Harris 815 557 1000 Conover 10 KiO Mr Kcrr 855 5li 1007 Picktimc S 15G Brazil 980 51S 100S The Knight t 140 Mclnerney o5 525 1001 Agent 7 105 Kclleher 1150 017 1010 Dr Pillow 4 i7 Hyau 1420 507 1011 The Welkin 0 101 M Hendsou 170 502 1012 St Abe 5 Hi W Allen 1180 5i 1015 Hello 7 150 J Ilthgtoii 1120 504 1014 Hdsallround 4 iJ5 J Ityan 1200107 1015 Chester Krum 8 148 II Doyle 1155 405 Distance alxnit 3 miles in 1000 and about 2 12 12miles miles in other years except 1014 1014The The Thorncliffe Plate proved easy for Jim O which led all the way Kpoua aftei trailing along in the rear to the stretch turn liuished wiMi a great burst of speed and had her rider been able to have got her to going soouer it looked as if she might have beaten the winner winnerJames James Arthur furnished the winners of the last two races in Patience and 15uzz Around Both came from behind Patience was driving to get up while Buzz Around won in a canter canterJockey Jockey Watts was suspended for three days by the starter for breakiig through the barrier with Tartarean in the fourth race raceJudge Judge Joseph A Murphy announced today that plans had l oen completed for the erection of I00 new stalls at the Fair Grounds track in New Or ¬ leans This will bring the stabling capacity at the New Orleans track up to 1000 The idea of the club is to permit only those which are stabled inside of the grounds to participate in the racing Tills will enable those in charge to keep strict supervision over all employees of the stables stablesThe The twoyearold 15111 Simmons was taken down with a slight attack of fever this morning and was excused from starting by the stewards stewardsJ J McCraw owner of Joe Finn and ssevearl other horses that are participating in the racing here was morningWillie an arrival from Baltimore this morning Willie Martins Fly Home a starter in the Wood ¬ stock Plate yesterday came out of the race cut down The colt was cut in the same place in a race here last spring which incapacitated him from racing for a time timeJoseph Joseph K Martin who is connected with the office department of the Niagara Haciiig Assoclatiou was a visitor this afternoon His mission here is to complete arrangements for the installation of the mutuol machines at the Fort Erie track trackJockey Jockey Grnth at present connected with the Whit ¬ ney establishment in New York will rcnort to trainer Harry Littlefield of the Joseph E Seagram stalde for the Blue Bonnets meeting Groth will finish out the Canadian season as lirst jockey for Mr Seagram SeagramBrush Brush Up was not permitted to start In the hunt ¬ ers Hat race for the reason that his owner was unable to pruduce a certificate that he was a quali ¬ fied hunter hunterTropaeoluni Tropaeoluni wnt out in the entries was not pro ¬ grammed for the reason that his owner withdrew him yeslordav on account of the death of his brother W I Beardmore

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