English-Bred Colts Star: Polroma and Colonel Vennie Win Their Races for Owner Livingston, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-07


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ENGLISU-BRED COLTS STAR - POLROMA AND COLONEL VENNIE WIN THEIR RACES FOR OWNER LIVINGSTON. 4 Celandria First in the Walden Stakes, but Is Disqualified — StromboU Wins Pimlico Fall Serial ] Handicap in Track Record Time. — Baltimore, Mil.. Novenilter 0. — Jefferson Living-HHiV Englislt-I red two-year-olds were conspicuously WWMW a! Pimlii-o Iliis iQMML Polronia lieai a big liiii.il of youngsters in I lie ojienor in uaudsoiiie i:islii»n and Colonel Venule came back :in l v*in tin* Walilcn Stsk.-s, or rather was given the race through i Ik- dis -naliiiculHiii of Celandria. The Walden is MM of Marylands fautous old stake races, tlie condi- lions of which call for I wo-year-olds to go a mile. Colonel Veunic w is ridden liy T Hiuuy McTaggart , and carried 122 pounds. He was fortunate in !«•-ginning with the leaders and was prominent until -tr;;ightened oat on the backstrctch. where he suddenly dropped hack. He was then taken to the • nttjde an ] worked his way up and. finishing resolutely, just failed to pass Celandria, which heat , iiim liy a nose. When Colonel Veunie pulled up it a:- stli that iiis sad.lle had slipped. McTaggart :ii.i that the accident occurred ui the turn out of the Iunkst retch and that he rode the remainder of the trip practically harcli-i.-k. But lor the mishap Colonel Venule would have won off hy himself. A I Kill occurred in the last sixteenth when Celautliia swerved over to the inside, seriously interfering wiih Puss in r o ts and the stewards promptly dis- • lii:iliti Hl her. The change in the placing made Colonel Vonnic first. Puss in Roots second and St. Rook third. Celandria has ■ hahit of lieariug over K. tiic inside iii Per rsi es. It is an old hahit with lor and she lost a race earlier in the year through lieing .dsqualined lor the same thins. Colonel Venule looks :ik« one of the hest thro-year-old pros i cots for next ye»r. This was the ninth running of the Walden Stakes, the londeiised history of which is as follows: War. Winner. Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 10 i7 Jubilee Itt MoCahe . .$ tU 1:15 IWtam 11» Xii-ol 825 l-.i:; 1!*«K* Fauntlerov 122 MHahey . 1.1550 1:40% 1 HI it Zeus 122 CILShilg. 2.020 l:M% loll Pouoliseot 00 Biggins .. l.!»:«» 1:41. P.l 12 Ten Point IIS McTagt .MM 1:40 Ill:: Superintendent ..HO J. Class .. 1.050 1 :41 4/f, 1014 Double Eagle ...112 C. Blinge 1.42 l 1:40V. rtir. Cdnucl Veunie... 122 T. McTagt 1.415 1:42 Kun at 3-4 mile in 1M07 and 1JOS. Tlie 1imlico Subscription Steeplechase resulted in a pretty finish, in which Tons Asiuortiiu tveat Syosset f a length. Pons Asinorum made all the pace fe., could have won further off had his rider so . ished. August Belmonts Stroinholi won the Pimlico Fall Serial Handicap. No 1 when he tieat Hester Prynue hy a length in a driving finish. The pace was fast ail the way and Stroinlxili equalled the track record of 1:12 for three-quarters made hy King James Mav 11. 11*11. J. W. Hedrick claimed Ben Quince after he was hcaten in the seventh race yesterday. A number of stahles racing here will ship to Gravesend at the conclusi.m of tin- Pimlico meeting. Included in the consignment that will go to the l»ng Island track will he James Me I.aughlin. Jr.. with Syosset. and James McLaughlin. Sr.. with the Klkwood Park Stable. John Wlialen sent Buskin and rive others to Crnvesend a few-days ago. Tlie Koxhall Keene and Max Hirsch horses will also whiter at Craveseud. S. C. Hildrcth will send the Belmont horses J to iteluioiit Park on Friday next. Sam II. Karriek is talking of wintering at the Jamaica track. Mis horses at present are at Belmont Park, hut he is arranging to have one of the saldes at Jamaica iucloned in glass. Several other owners arc also talking of wintering at Jamaica. Jockey James Biitwell may do a hit of riding il Cuha next winter, just enough to keep iu condition for next spring. Butwell will again ride for Andrew Miller next year. This was decided ui»on a tew days ago. The two McTaggart Iio.vk. Johnny and Tommy, will leave for a trip to California at the conclusion of the Maryland meetings. Johnny McTaggart will he married the last Week of this month and the l oys will lie accompanied west hy their wives. The McTaggarts plan t-i return via Cuha. where they will ride during part of the meeting at Marianao. Jefferson Livingstons English-bred two-year-old*. Colonel Venule and Plrouia. will lie retired for the vear at the conclusion of the Pimlico meeting. They will he shipped to the w. S. Payne farm in The stewards, f.eling that the number of entries jeociwd for the Mount Washington Steeplechase, to lie run Moiidav exceeded the limit they dceui safe, ii has hecn decided to ran the race in two divisions, wit! the same amount added to each race. Flic divisions are to he run as the first and third races, tin- first rai-c l" l»- called to the |iost at 1 :4."i p. in. The original rhst nice will he run as the second. J. Im 1. Paul. =i s«i of the man who developed tin- celebrated Hindoo, will take Lahore and jockey 1 illcv to Bowie. Lilley is his step-sou. Lahore came to him in settlement of a debt. Iu two ears he has dcvelo|«-d Lilley from the rawest - rt of an apprentice into a jockey of skill, and in one ruing season he has brought Lahore back to his ni-irlv Ih-sI form of 1012. Lahore won live times at Saratoga in seven starts and has steadily lent his form through the meetings at Havre .1-Cra.-e and Laurel. His legs appear to In* stronger ih in tln-v have Itceii hi years and In- maintains Ins s|.eed over a eousi.lerable distance or ground in any S"The ouVcrKcHinpaigners of Pauls pr..s|»eotive Bowie striir are the mare Camellia and the veteran Jaw I mho " Jawlsme *s 1M*1 as s,,a l-v * n ,lls "Hocr i. im in" as he was. but he Won a race of one mile •iiiil • imarter at Ijiur.l from platers of better than • vri"e uuality and Mr. Paul is confident of taking dow? a pu?s«* «.r so with him at Pimlleo before he ship" to Itowie. Paul is thinking of passing up and wintering at Bowie, so as to havo u inter rachut his sTabU IfW! i «»d S .od »t the beginning of the M Colonel Vll. P»rr. recently steward of th*. g.««l things at Bowie of his Uiir el meetin*. cxih-cIs !hr« v. ar-old- Tlv Masquerader and Captain Parr. in the establishment i.s.fi.1 iMirses , w H, , ost for him. The Masque William Carth is training rV juvenile sensation of the Maryland spring ; . I. 7ios ,f 1H4 is coining to himself after a long "rUHKof useleness. due to a sickness developed a year ago.

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