Smallest Crowd Of Season: Rain Affects Attendance and Condition of Track at Aqueduct.; Youneed Wins Union Selling Stakes--Cirrus Takes Roseben Highweight Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-27


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SMALLEST CROWD OF SEASON Rain Affects Attendance and Con ¬ dition of Track at Aqueduct Youneed Wins Union Selling SellingStakes Stakes Cirrus Takes Roseben RosebenHighweight Highweight Handicap NEW YORKt N Y June 2C Morning rains had an appivciable effect onV tli the attendance and the condition of the Aqueduct track The smallest gathering of the season witnessed the racing Light intermittent showers which fell during the racing had no effect on those who did appear and they were rewarded liy seeing some well contested racing racingThe The feature the Union Selling Stakes fell to Youneed in decisive fashion Starting well the Ogdcii colt rushed into a commanding lead which War Mask was making a brave effort to reduce at the end Daydtic racing well outgamcd the tiring Lion dOr which was heavily supported Cirrus was more alert at the barrier today and accounted for the Roseben Highweight Handicap He fell in far behind the sizzling pace set by Utimatum and Peter Pi cr to the final eighth post where lie joined Peter Piper and ran with him for forty yards They bumped Peter Pipcron the inside WhemiiMin Cirrus reached over and attempted to savage him Loftus drew him past and his head once clear of the Greentree candidate he raced gamely to win going away The race was run in particularly good time considering the track trackTicket Ticket found a track to his liking and won over a cheap field of platers easily despite the fact that his stable connections held little hope for his success successBelle Belle o the Sea showed a game exhibition when she won the steeplechase well ridden by Crawford who made his move to catch Elysian at just the right moment momentAndrew Andrew Miller retained Ticket by claim tot 3200 after his victory in the fifth race raceANZAC ANZAC UNFORTUNATE HORSE HORSEAnzac Anzac is an unfortunate sort of a horse Some ¬ thing has happened to him in each race he has started in to militate against his chances of win ¬ ning He got away badly in his first start and was afterward forced out in a race and in his most recent effort he was caught in a mixup after the start which practically killed his winning possi ¬ bilities bilitiesNow Now that Right Angle Is in condition he may beat far Iwtter horses than he met in his initial appear mice According to reports he is superior to either Nightstick or Torchlwarer from the same stable stableJack Jack Goldsboroughs stable has been out of luck all year Now that he has sent a winner to the post most folks think his luck lias changed for the better Alt my horses are in good condition says Goldsborough but they dont seem to be able to win races racesHanna Hanna is a new rider added to the steeplechase ranks He rode Skibbereen in his last race and while Powers gave him the ell ow as they ap ¬ proached the last Junin Hanna did fairly well for a green hand The trick Powers played will not be forgotten by Hanna as it made the horse blunder at the jump and came near dropping him out of the saddle Up to that time the new rider had made no mistakes mistakesMany Many a trainer witli a poor stable of horses is awaiting news from Canada and hoping for the best One of the first to move will be Stewart Polk and his good rider Kator KatorHeaded Headed by Bill Knapp the jockeys and valets contributed toward the purchase of a magnificent floral tribute to their late clerk of the scales H U IIoniHti IIoniHtiThe The new developments in the Havre de Grace situation were the listing of additional subscrip ¬ tions for stock by several Marylanders

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