Excitement at Saratoga: Close Finishes and Rough Riding Lead to Wholesale Claims of Foul, Daily Racing Form, 1915-08-25


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EXCITEMENT AT SARATOGA * * CLOSE FINISHES AND SOUGH RIDING LEAD TO WHOLESALE CLAIMS OF FOUL. 4, The Finn Outstays Trial by Jury in the Huron Handicap by a Small Margin — Feminist in in Front — Winning Witch Wins. tl at Saratoga. N. IT., August M.— The Huron Ilandi- j* is rap foi- t li !•»• ■ -year olds at one milt* and three-six- " in tceiith*. todays feature lace, was marked by quite ■ lilt of rough i-i linjr and alter The Finn bad it its scored a close victory ever Trial l y Jury, the re- 6 suit was foe some time in doul t. The stewards, n after considering a elaim of foul and counter g claims, finally allowed the remit t stand as the tl horses liad Unified. Iron Duke, curded with The ft Finn, made the pace to the far turn with Trial by t» Jury in losi st pursuit. At this point the latter a at moved up and took the lead, but at about the w same time The Kin n. which had been reserved be- a hind the early leaders, also made bis move. The h two raced closely down the stretch and. after a h hard struggle. Tile Finn finally got up in time to 1» gel the ve.dit bj a neck. Lottus. who rode Sharp ■ shooter, was hist in the stand with a claim against ■ Trial by Jury, which he alleges] had crowded him ii on the far turn. Then Davies made a claim of t foul against Butwell. whs rode The Finn, eon- I tending that the latter had bumped his mount re- f pealcdly in the stretch. There was no question r about I here being unite a bit of rough riding in the I race, hut the stewards" decision seemed lo be a I just one. The [tarda was worth ,090 net. u The Hun n Handicap is for three year-olds ex- A iV clusively. In 1014 it was run as Owners Fund c Stake " ;." at one mile and a ipiarter. In all other yc::rs the distance was one mile and three- 1 sixteenths, its history since its first runuing in I U01 in condensed form is as folWws: - Year. Witmer. Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1001 Tin- Rhymer ... 08 H. Cochran.. ,000 2-03 a 1003 Sombrero 120 T. Hums ... 1,755 2:04% 1003 Sbortbose 110 Haack 1.085 2:08% 1004 Fort Hunter ...122 Hililobraiid . 2,000 2-01% 1006 Bednoin 115 Shaw 1,705 2:00% 1000 Content 113 W. Miller... 1.706 2-00 J.mit Kenny et to lor, w/. .Miller... 2,300 2:00 l1915.sh8 Sir I Johnson.. . ."• Sweet SOU 1:50% 1!m»m Ch. of Cbestbk. s7 Mulligan ... 1,170 2: * l 1910 Countless Km T. Koornor.. J.:;?". luand% t!*t:i "k o the Walk.123 J. Class ... 1,030 1:50% 1914*Boamer 128 J. Hut well .. 2,200 2:06% IMS The Finn 122 J. Hutwell.. 1.060 2:03 No ractag in 1011 and BJ12. I When Feminist won the third, over some fair [ • two-year-olds, there was another claim of fowl 1 1 catered b. Byrne, who bad the mount on Landslide, i anil which had finished second after being well I backed, but this claim also was disallowed. Byrne B claimed thai Feminist had crowded him to the inner rail right after making the turn for home. - The weather was ideal for racing and the track was faster than yesterday, bavin;; dried out on li top. Well backed horses were conspicuous throughout - the racing and the riding of Jockey Li I ley was s worth mentioning, be having piloted three winners. The boy seems to display better form over a ean siderable distance of ground than in the shorter races. Winning Witch won the opener in handy style. II was a handicap at three quarters and. somewhat outpaced in the- early running, she came around the others in the stretch and. under a well-judged ride, got up to win going away. Old Lahore took the fifth, a Belling handicap, over good opposition, leading throughout and at the end was going easily. starter James Milton was an arrival today from Montreal. He .vill remain here for the vest of the week before departing for Montreal for the meeting at Dm val Hark, where he will oeueiate as starter. After Black Beaatj bad woa the inroad race she was bid up from SolM to SviMl by Emit Hera, who finished second with Important, but she was protected] by her i oaan tJons. James McLaughlin. Jr.. acting for Usaherger-Jaiobs. has repurchased the jumper Byoaaet from B. A. Burke McLaoghlin ran up old Salt, owned by Burke, at Belmont Bark, and the latter retaliated by claiming Syoeaet, which McLaughlin was training. J. McTaggarl. who has recently ridden a few horses lor August Belmont, may sign up to ride for the Belmont stable at Belmont Pack. Barry Brelvogel arrived todaj from Windsor in tie interest of the stakes for the Laurel meeting, to be run in October, which are lo dose Thursdav. William IfcMaams, of Newark. N. J., a well known follower of the spoil, has recovered from his recent severe Illness and will remain here for the i eat of ih.- me ie- The condition o, Mis. J. p. MaybUIJ, who was recently injured in an automobile accident, is reported as beteg somewhat improved. The Oraad I akM Hotel Stakes received such a liberal entry this scaaoa and had so many starters at Saratoga Saturday that if exceeded its guaranteed value of ,000 by 00. Broomvalo. Which ran second to Sal Vanity at Saratoga Friday. w:.s claimed by It. F. Carman for ,300 u ho thus obtained a gin.nl two-year-old selling plater at a Cheng price. Horsings, work-oats on a slow track this uuruiug were: Ambr isi — Half mile iu 51%. Bat row —Seven eighths in 1:40. Bromo— Three-eighths in 42. Buckhom — Three-quarters in Lis1-.. Cardamlne -Five-eighths in Lor,:-.-.. i ..lining lower- Half mile in 53%. I o-lilii — Three eighths ill ■;.. Divan —Half mile in 534 . Dominant -Three-eighths in 30. Dorado-— Three-eighths in 37%. Rawer Bey Three-quarters in 1:22. Flenro— Five eighths in 1:05. Gallop-— Three-eighths iu 37%. Coldcrest Boy Three-eighths in •;.. food Counsel— Five-eighths in 1:05. Hnn-n Mve eighths la 1:05*4. Hauberk — Three eighths in :;s Hawthorn— Three-quarters in 1:18%. Jawbone — Three eighths in :;s. Jem — Three-quarters in 1 :23. Lazuli— Mile in I :48%. Uadenthal— Three-eighths la 30. Mars fassi.iv - riir eighths in :;s. Menlo Bark Half mile in 52. Moons t ne Five eighths in 1 : •;. Hid Broom Seven-eighths in 1:40. Peerless Hall mile in 33%. Plaintiff Five-eighths in 1 :0i .. . P .iromu Half mile in ." 2. S Beliun-c -Three-quarters in I J ;. neineinbranc" Five eighths in I 07. Rifle Bhootei Three eighth- in 58. Robintta — Half mile iu r 4. Sal Vanity Half mild iu o2-"-.-,. Sand Man — Seven eighths iu 1:40. Saratoga — Mile in 1:50%. Short Grass --Three quarters iu 1:20. star .ii7e Hal: mile iu .11. Tartar Mile in I .7. , l loimieier Three quarters In 1 19 lie Im Half llllle III "... Volant Hair mile in 52. Water Witch Three-quarters In 1 10%. White Hackles — Half mile iu 51%.

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