Another Parr Victory: Trainer Garth Saddles His Ninth Steeplechase Winner.; Spectator Struck by Winner Uninjured, but Jockey Crawford Sustains Broken Collarbone., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-13


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ANOTHER PARR VICTORY Trainer Garth Saddles His Ninth Steeplechase Winner Spectator Struck by Winner Unin ¬ jured but Jockey Crawford Sus ¬ tains Broken Collarbone PIMLICO Mil May 12 If the other trainers of steeplechasers could have their way Itilly Garth the Virginia trainer of the Capt Kal 1arr stable would be barred from starting any more horses This sage of Charlottesville added another victory liond to his collection now so numerous that his inside pockets are bulging When Royal Arch cap ¬ tured tlie Emerson Steeplechase it was Garths ninth victory out of ten starts through the field at this meeting and in the other one it may he mentioned one I ruined bv him Bughouse a maiden was sec ¬ ond to 1 K Griffiths The Brook It looked for a lime todav as if the Gartii family would run first nd second hut Woods Stocktons Smithfield trained liy his son Lewis making his first start went down just when it appeared that he might even heat his stable companion Smithfield and Royal Arcli had the race between themselves for a turn of the field and then North Star took a hand Going Ii the tenth fence Keating sent North Star up and joined the Garth pair At the next hedge Smith field went down and North Star passed Uoyal Arch It was only for a brief period that the Gartii supporters had any uneasiness however for just as soon ns Crawford got ready lie sent Royal Arch along once more and rising to the last obstacle the black and white of Captain Parr showed In front and Royal Arch had no trouble beating North StafTrflliTT finish After Smithfield went down Caudle camq along to take third place After the winner had crossed the finish and as Crawford was pulling up Royal Arch struck a spectator in the field who perhaps was overanxious to see the finish and knocked the man down throwing Royal Arch and Crawford had i bad full resulting in a broken collarbone The mail who refused to give his mi mo was knocked out for a hort time but was not injured injuredThe The second race furnished the best finish of the day Toadstool earning a nose decision over Bala rosa which in turn was but a neck in advance of Syrdarya SyrdaryaOn On Watch a son of the unbeaten Colin raced like his Idaddy did some years ago and ran away from the speedy Dr Hall in the twoyearold race run as tiie fourth fourthLord Lord Herbert easily accounted for the mile and an eighth claiming handicap while the Forest Park Purse fell to Hauburk after a slight shaking up when Game Cock threatened in the last eighth Kilts II made a runaway affair of the final race finishing eight lengths in advance of his oppo ¬ nents nentsDuring During the afternoon several Preakness candi ¬ dates were worked Sweep On going a mile and an eighth in 158 King Plaudit a mile in 143 and Dnnboyiie fiveeighths in 103 103Several Several stables have left for New York to be on hand for the opening of the racing season at Jamaica 8 C Hildreth left with his string Saturday morning Sandy McNaiighton shipped the Wilfrid Vlau stable to Bclmont Park yesterday and the Glen Riddle Stable left today Roddy Patterson left with the Jerry horses this morning morningS S Miller Henderson changed his plans and in ¬ stead of shipping only Looking ITp to Louisville sent the entire stable to Churchill Downs They will be sent back to New York after the running of the Kentucky Oaks OaksCol Col S Patton who was in command of a tank Kquad in the battle of the Argonne Forest was a visitor at Pimllco and viewed the running of a couple of races from the stewards stand standF F Musante bid up Comme Ci from 1000 to 1750 after he won on Saturday OLDTIMERS RACE TODAY TODAYTlie Tlie committee in charce of the race for old timers decided to run the race Tuesday morning Instead of Preakness day so that the big thing will be pulled off at 11 oclock tomorrow morn ¬ ing An imposing array of plate to be distributed among the riders was displayed on the clubhouse lawn this afternoon The race will be run in two divisions and the prizes amount to about 2000 2000W W C Daly purchased tlie plater Peerles One at private sale from D S Fountain FountainJ J S Litmsdcn has instructed his trainer T F Richardson to ship back to the Pequest Stud at Andovcr New Jersey the platers Burglar Sharp Practice HaveaIIcart and King Terry Several foals have arrived at Pettiest all of which are by the foreignbred horse Brentenham A majority of them are colts Among the foals are a colt lain luanna II a colt dam Liunett by Fair Play Mozelle a colt dam Miss Carson and a colt dam the foreignbred mare May Hughes by Tredciinis May 0 There are in all fourteen mares now at Peiiuest Fairv legend and Miss Voski are among the mares bred this spring The Lumsden stable is divided into two strings The flat horses are being trained by J F Richardson and the jumpers by 1 Hoaley HoaleyBradley Bradley Wilson was an arrival from New York He is here to attend a meeting of the Thoroughbred Horse Association which will l e held at the Subur ¬ ban Hotel tomorrow night Several questions of milch interest to the horsemen are to bo taken up and discussed and a full attendance is looked for forSergeant Sergeant Mortimer Murphy was a visitor at Pim lico this afternoon and was kept busy receiving congratulations from his many friends on his safe return from France Young Murphy before joining the colors trained for J S Own by and was quite successful He is seeking another engagement and will undoubtedly make a connection with one of the many gentlemen interested in racing on the metropolitan circuit circuitSeveral Several colts that started in the Derby which are eligible for tlie 25000 Preakness Stakes arrived from Louisville among them the winner Sir Barton Eternal Sailor Vindct and Vulcanite Billy Kelly and I5e Frank which because they are geldings are not eligible to the Preakness also accompanied the band back to Baltimore BaltimoreR R F Carman and T P Thome shipped their filnbles to Beltnont Park this morning and S A Clopton and George Peterson leave tomorrow tomorrowThe The following is a list of the ponies and riders that will take part in the oldtimers race at Ilmlico tomorrow First division G R Bryeon Ready Money 170 M Hirsch S O Hildretli Bill Pinkerton 170 G Odom G W Forman Hlckorynut 170 W Livingston W H Karrick Rowdy 170 W Midgley F C Frisbie Blackie Daw 170 J Fitzsimmons L Foustel Major Treat II 170 A Burlen P S P Randolph Southern Belle 170 M Brady Second division F A Herold Teddy Polo 170 J C Carroll M Hirsch Queens Court 170 M Daly J Pryce Texan 170 J Pryce W L Oliver Billie 0 170 B Pope L W Gartii Bingo 170 J Murphy F Devors Sand Boy 170 J E Davlu W P Burch Bennfujfs 170 S FUlier

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