Sands Of Pleasure Wins For Mr. Hendrie: Gallops Home an Easy Victor in Dorval Selling Stakes--Good Prices on Majority of Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-01


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SANDS OF PLEASURE WINS FOR MR. HENDRIE Gallops Home an Easy Victor in Dorval Selling Stakes — Good Prices on Majority of Winners. Montreal. Que.. May 31.— George M. Hendrie furnished the winner of todays feature race at Dorval in Sands of Kleasure. which galloped home an easy winner in the Dorval Selling Stakes, a dash «•! one mile, to which was added .SI .000. Baaah af Kleasure was ridden by .Iclicott and raced under restraint until in the hist ipiarter. where he came to the outside and easily beat Christie out by a length. The latter came fast through the hoi stretch ami. outgamlng the tiring ioldcrest Hoy. leak second place by a ae k. It was a perfect day for outdoor sport and Mon trial race goers took advantage of it and turned out in goodly numbers. Surprises were the order dining tin- afternoon and a majority of the winners paid handsome dividends. T. Troato. in whose interests the plater Monocacy runs, was an arrival this morning. William Hayward arrived at K.lue K.onnets this morning with the .1. K. E. I,,ss string from W I- bine. Toronto. The shipped well. Hayward took over the Ca midiaii - bred Capper King and a two ye.-11-olil by Toddiiigton Hurrah, that were win tired at K.lue Moiuiets by .1. Smyth. The bitter horse i- a province bred and is an eligible for next rears Kings Plate. The mare lleno was ordered scratched |,v the stewards from the BatTal Selling Stakes, on the gr. iind that she had never been entered, while Tito was ordered withdrawn from the fifth race for the reas.iii that he was on the schooling list. Entries of Mrs. Dunn and G. A. Alexandra Refused. The eatriea of Mrs. .1. B. Dunn and 6. A. Alexandra were ordered refused by Kiancis Nelson, steward representing the Canadian Itacing Associations. The matter will bo taken up by the stewards of the Canadian Kacing Associations at their meeting at K.lue Lonnets 011 Friday next. The plater Bird .Man runs in the name of Mrs. J. B. Dunn, whose husband got into trouble at Salt Lake City some few years back. Dunn claims that the matter has been straightened out. There appears to be an impression that some sort of ruling was issued against Mr. Alexandra at the con elusion of the Tijuana meeting, although he claims that he raced his horses iqi to and including the closing day of that meeting. Ban and Stars was also scratched by the officials from the second race. The latter was claimed out of a race at the Delorimier Kark meeting last week by 1. S. Wishard. who tin 11 disposed of the horse to W. C. Weant. A rule of the Canadian K.-ning Associations, stipulates that a horse mils* remain the property of the claimant for a perijd of thirty days, hence the ruling by the officials this afternoon. Berseus was withdrawn from the ststt race for the reason that he was ineligible, having won four races. A division of the Dr. J. S. Tj ree stable will be turned over to John Biillman at the coin In sion of the Blue Bonnets meeting to be raced at Mount Royal.

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