Pimlico Meeting Thrives: He Will Wins from Start to Finish in the Rennert Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-04


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IIMLICO MEETING THRIVES HE WILL WINS FROM START TO FINISH IN THE RENNERT HANDICAP. nankl-n Takes His Race— Accidents Mar Steeplechase — Addie M. Sold to Mr. Sanford — Colonel i Vennie in a Good Trial. I i IS oltinmre. M,l.. November :*..— Louis Feiistels , !l.ii.. attMmg, II.- Will, showed :i return l« his -out form v. Inn h * won the Kennert Handicap at . i milieu this afternoon. JU- conceded weight to • ■nT.vihjnjr in the race, made all tin- pace and won j • ;■-!! " from Uoltert Bradlcv. The lntt«T was the , runner u|» all toe way. , Franklin, after several disappointments, finally | managed to make good u lien he lieat a shifty band •r two-year-olds in the third race. Tlie pace in the early running was extremely fast, wbic-b pr.bably , accounted for the poor showing of some of those j .ulshing behind the winner. The steeplechase tarnished a chapter of mishaps, i l iir of the eight starters failing to finish. One of toon., Ruffo, was killed as a result of a fall at the j third fence, where lie hr« ke his neck. At the same i nap in the next time around Arcturns lioltcd Into lie- ring, itnpiea and Superhuman lost tbeir riders, tin- foiuier at tlie lasl jump when In- appeared to i.avc » good chance, and S:iperhuinan at the sixth, i The lUm all es.-a e l injury. J l.n Sanford today bought the good mare Addie M-. a daugliter of Siar Shoo: — Breakwater. Inmi i •I. W. Mcssorvy. and sin- will he shipped from •.i:ie einl to Mr. Sanfords Hurrieaua Farm at , Amsterdam. X. V. Addie M. went wrung this fall :ifter a notable career on tiie turf. .Mr. Sanford i .ins decided not to winter any horses at Helming .nil they will all lie shipiied to llurricaua Farm. Walter It. Jennings has written Samuel Koss from Kuglaml asking for stabling accommodations at the • -id course af the Washington Jeckey Club. Mr. l linings is abroad with an unlimited commission to :.iir«-l.;jsc horses for diaries W. Clark of California .•id «;••.. igo V. Wingiield of Reno. Mr. Jennings will ship his purchases to Bcnniug or Aiken, S. C. it. 1». Williams m Hi arrival today. He has si.ippod three lenses from Ixuisville to the Bowie .rack, where tl-cy will lie prepared for the meeting so m to «mm*ii there. Jockey inc-enl 1 iwers inine over from Bed Bank. X. J., to riile Supcrhuuii.n for Herhert I.. Pratt in ile : le pli :!:;!• and be will probably remain for the lc-t of the meeting. Colonel Vennie, Jefferson Livingstons English colt. is a part of his preparation for the Waldeu Stakes. .;rked a mile handily in 1:4.1 today. Many good nidges thought the colt eonld have worked the mile *Soso to 1 :4 i liad be lieen pushed and. on his trial. • looms up as a formidable contender in Saturdays leature. II. D. r.rowu left fir Havana this morning to . -oiiiplcie sonic preliminary details for his meeting, u hii-h is to i«li December Hi. Edward Corrigaii was a visitor at the track lhi. afternoii. Mr. Corrigan has tieen intimately the American turf for ears ■ .in in -.icd with many and was formerly a |k»w«t In western racing. He is •-■, ill looking bale and hearty and lakes a lively interest in the sjort.

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