George Smith A Failure: Kentucky Derby Winner Of Last Year Runs Unplaced To Moderate Racers.; Captain Cassatts Garbage Proves the Winner of Jamaicas Principal Race of Yesterday--Regret and Pennant Work Fast for the Brooklyn., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-23


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GEORGE SMITH A FAILURE KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER OF LAST YEAR RUNS UNPLACED TO MODERATE RACERS. Ceptain Cassatts Garbage Proves the Winner of Jamaicas Principal Race of Yesterday — Regret and Pennant Work Fast for the Brooklyn. New York. June L2. apt. K. B. Cassatts Gar-hage, which has been racing consistently ami well or late, accounted for another purse when he scored a victory in the Bronx Handicap, an overnight dash at one mile and a sixteenth, Which featured an off-days racing at the Jamaica course. Favored by his light impost, the little Cassatt racer made the running for practically the entire race and. although 1ms margin of victory was two lengths, McGraw took no chances and rode him oat at the end. The showing of John Sanforda crack four fear-old George Smith was a distinct disappointment. ■ he black colt ruled an overwhelming public favorite 0.1 la,- strength of his one good race this rear, and the excellent trials which followed that inrformaace. lie began fairly well, hut lacked speed and arae not prominent at any point in the running. Knaiui roused him with the whip a half mile from home, but in- failed to respond in the expected fashion and. aM hough he rhiaid up some ground to take fourth place, never Beriouslv menaced the leaders. I!, o. Smiths imported gray racer Nylon, after be -oil- prominent in the early running, was the one to take second place back ,.f Garbage, while Air Man closed a log g..p to earn third honors. Many Payne Whitneys Brooklyn Handicap candidate- Begret and lvunant displayed excellent trials this morning whea tiny ware sent a mile and an eighth over the Aqnednet track. - The mare covered this distance in 1:.»2, while Pennant ran it in 1:52%. The Kentucky Derby winner Onsar Khayyam worked a mile aid an eighth yesterday ever the Aqueduct track in 1:58%, also in preparation for the Brooklyn Handicap. The i ,11 colt displayed , u-.oi: order of speed in the early stages, running tin- first mile in 1:38%. lord Rosebcrys Horses Coming Over. It is reported authoritatively that aeeaaaanaan-tiena hive been engaged on the Atlantic transport liner Minnehaha for sixty-eight horses, the piapiilj of Lard Rosebery, his trainer Frank Hartigaa anil the i.iters brother Captain Hubert Hartigaa of the Royal Irish Pus] leers. These horses will be shipped to this country to be raced and sold. The bulk ,r the shipment is owned bv Lord Ronel ry, uia, enjoys the di-tim tion of having wen the Epsom Derby on three occasions, in 1884 L-or, .,11,1 1885. lb- conducts a large breeding eetah-lisin a! in England, which is headed by Neil Cow and the Derby winner Cicero. Lord Boatlnij was a former premier of England. Chris ,1. lit/ Gerald departs for Hamilton la-morrow, when ia- will serve in an official capacity. The Jockey Club has lifted the ban against Daniel McTaggart, and in- will be permitted to make the riding engagements of hi. brother John McTaggart. K. Smith is pi intiag II. II. Hewitts Skeptic for the Port Brie races and he will be shipped to that track next ivi-k. llwiitt Ilayncs will depart for Hamilton tomorrow, where he will have tin- leg up on Judge Wing field, W. t. Divers contestant for the Hamilton Derby. It is rumored that A. K. Macomb-rs star three-year old Liberty Loan, will not be shipped to Hamilton to fill his Derby engagement. The Marian*, dispersal sale will be held in the paddock before the first race tomorrow. Next Thursday in tin- paddock at aejnednet Emil Hera -.ill dispose of Eagle, Armament. Peep Sight, Star t.aze. I rink Keegh and Chieftain. Will Hall received ward to day of the death of Lea I.-al in San Francisco of pneumonia. Mr. I.-al. who contracted his illness at the first Jamaica meeting, waa ordered west by his physician, and ten days afterward arrived on the coast. Ib-was best known as cashier for Itihy i;r.-,iimiu in the palmy days ami. of late years, has been in the service of W. Kngstrom. W. I.. Oliver has shipped I, is entire stable to Hamilton. Eddie Thornton was an arrival from Toronto.

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