Fair Weather Favors Belmont Park.: An Added Starter Takes the Feature Race--Top o th Morning Defeats The Finn and Others., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-26


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FAIR WEATHER FAVORS BELMONT PARK An Added Starter Takes the Feature Race Top o th Morning Defeats The Finn and Others New York May 25 Fair weather and an excel ¬ lent card was responsible for a greatly increased attendance at Belmont Iark today The racing was the equal of any that has been witnessed since the opening day although there were several surprises during the afternoon What was intended as the feature the eighteenth running of the International Steeplechase Handicap brought out the best field of timbertoppers that have been in action in the east this year Kintore Flanders and Mission were all well supported but Blaiikeiiburg an added starter turned up the eventual winner winnerMission Mission which made th early pace tired under her impost then came again at the finish while Blaiikeiiburg which had lieeii taken back in the early running responded gamely when called on after getting over the last hurdle Kintore moved up in the second turn of the field and loomed up like a certain winner but quit badly badlyThe The International Steeplechase was run at Morris Iark prior to 1005 and its condensed history since 1000 follows followsYear Year Winner AWt Jockey Val Time inno Van Shipp 7 102 Mara lrOO 504 1001 Passo Parlour 5 1 lOJIIuoKton 005 425 V 1002 Jim Megilihiil 7 15 Barry 1200 i l I00s Walter Clearv 5 140 Mara 1850 52 52loot loot Plato i ir5 VoitPh lfiio iw 1005 Arlan 5 15 Finnogan Ii50 401 1000 llercnlold 1 15 Donohiie 1005415 7 140 12 Hcider 1700 50 100S Sauctus 5 142 Dupee IOoo Year Winner AWt Jockey Vnl Time TimeinfiO infiO Craudpa 10 MS Veltch 550 40 1010 Monte Carlo 10 ISO Pending 405 4i2 1014 Mission 5 1451 IFnvnes 1720 5 1015 Blankcnlnirg 5152 II Williams 1S05 420 No racing in 1011 aud 1012 Not run In 10i Top o th Morning which oulv recently gradu ¬ ated from the maiden class by defeating a mediocre band at Pimlico showed that he is a fair three yearold when he met and defeated formidable op ¬ position in the second race He and The Finn raced through the final quarter together with the Johnson colt drawing away at the end Blue Thistle won another purse for II C HallenlKck when he scored over a band of good platers Klhr Hryson after setting the pace tired aud just lasted long enough to lieat Minstrel in the opening race August Bolmoiits High Horse easily accounted for tho juvenile race at the end of the card cardThe The program book for the Jamaica meeting which is to follow Belmont Iark shows a nnnibsr of races conditioned for horses that can run for 100 This will give many more horses an opportunity to race than at present presentTrojan Trojan last years Futurity winner does not appear able to stand strenuous training according to horsemen who have looked at the Quiucy Stables threeyearold threeyearoldA A proposed plan to run the Empire City meeting at Jamaica is meeting with approval from all sides Jamaica is much more convenient to reach than the Yonkers course and it would also koep racing around New York within a practically small radius radiusTop Top o Hi Morning hns rounded out into an ex ¬ ceptionally finelooking threeyearold threeyearoldJockey Jockey C Turner lias returned from Toronto ind will rldt at Belinout Park until the opening of the Blue Bonnets meeting meetingThe The Garth stable of jumpers will be shipped to Montreal at the conclusion of the Belmont meeting W Allen will accompany the stable as rider

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