The Finn Beats Pebbles: Takes The Belmont Stakes Easily And Runs Close To The Track Record.; Addie M. a Surprise in the Ladies Handicap--Sam McMeekin Again a Winner--Sickness at Belmont Park., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-06


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THE FINN BEATS PEBBLES TAKES THE BELMONT STAKES EASILY AND RUNS CLOSE TO THE TRACK RECORD Addie M a Surprise in the Ladies Handicap Sam McMcckin Again a Winner Sickness Sicknessat at Bclmont Park Now York Juno 3 II C Hallcnbecks good colt The film purchased not long ago from lolui K Madden galloped to nn easy victory in the Iteliiiont Stakes the feature of the days card at Relmont Park over Halt Rock and Pebbles The Madden hred colt ran tho mile and threeeighths in 218 which is within twollfths ot a second of the track record set by Harry Payne Whitneys Prince Eugene in June 1913 The Finn rated with his two op Iionenis to the turn then came on wlien Byrne made his move and was going easily at the end wnere lie was four lengths in advance of Half Hack while Tames Butlers IVubies brongut n the rear live lengths further back The Butler colt was wider a drlvt for the last half mile and Borcl eased him up at the linish when it was evident that he was hopelessly beaten beatenAddle Addle if running to her best last season form accounted for the Ladies Handicap second in im portance on the days program Well riddcu by Byrne the Mosservy lilly saved ground on all turns and drew away at the end to an easy victory Lady Hotha making her initial appearance since her Kentucky campaign made an excellent showing and brought up next to the rail at tho winners heels after getting away slowly Comely wheeled at the start and lost several lengths lint closed up fast niul outstayed Charter Maid in th final drive Fly iig Fairy last years winner of Ihis event showed plenty of her early speed but this weight told cm her at tho end and she was eased up when beaten beatenSain Sain McMcekin proved himself a colt of good class when he accounted for the opening dash in which he won easily from A Bclmonts Top Hat and II C Hallenbecks Adams Express ExpressTen Ten Caddy was fortunate today and earned brack eta bv defeating a fair band of youngsters in the second race Plaintiff from the Cassatt stable had little trouble in gaining second place from Murphy which showed much speed from the outset outsetA A meeting of the owners and trainers racing at the track was called yesterday by August Bel mont to discuss the welfare of future racing at the course The reason for the dearth of starters in the various events it was found was due to the fact that the majority of horsca stabled here are Miffcring from sicknes contracted while racing on the Maryland tracks and from which several horses have died diedA A suggestion that the association change con ¬ ditions to allow more than one race a day for threeyearolds and over at less than one mile which would be received with favor by some owners was protested against by August Belmont John E Mad ¬ den and1 others on the grounds that such races would tend to deteriorate the breed A sugges ¬ tion that was received with favor was one under which all chute races will l e started from the outside rail instead of vice versa versaClifford Clifford A Cochrans yearlings were shipiicil re ¬ cently from Kentucky and are due at Gravesend tomorrow tomorrowCharles Charles F Grainger president of the Louisville Jockey Club was a yitiitcir at the course today todayFrank Frank Uegan states that II Homer will do the riding for the Cleveland stalde this year Homer recently returned from abroad where he rode for several years with success successItelmont Itelmont Park workouts over a fasfc track this morning were 1 rdent Threeeighths in 38 38Andrew Andrew Seveneighths in 131 Armament Seveneighths in 132 132Al Al Reeves Half mile in 40 40Horrow Horrow Mile in 147 147Camellia Camellia Half mile in 10 10Coquette Coquette Mile in 140 140Corfu Corfu Threeeighths in 7 7Duinrosch Duinrosch Fiveeighths in 102 102lirn lirn Novel Half mile in 48 48Kiln Kiln Brvson Threequarters In 117 f fEaster Easter Star Mile in 111 111Grasp Grasp Threeeighths In 38 38Gypsy Gypsy Fiveeighths in 102 102Hnrmonicon Hnrmonicon Threequarter In 119 119Hidden Hidden Star Half mile in 52 52Hanoi Hanoi Half mile in 52 52Honey Honey Hill Fiveeighths in 105 105Lndv Lndv Teresa Seveneighths in 134 134Lerm Lerm Misha Half mile in JS Munition Mile in 148 148OSullivan OSullivan Mile in 115 Ormesdalo Fiveeighths in 101 101Pandean Pandean Mile in 148 148Hegina Hegina Half mile in 48 48Hegrct Hegrct Half mile in 55 55Sand Sand Marsh Threequarters in 117 117Sky Sky Pilot Half mile in 51 51Sir Sir William Johnson Threequarters in 117 117Stromlxdi Stromlxdi Mile in 144 144Sun Sun God Half mile in 48 48Tartar Tartar Mile in IMti IMtiThornhill Thornhill Half mile in 48 48Water Water Lily Threequarters in 117 117Wooden Wooden Shoes Mile and an eighth in 201

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