Muddy Track At Yonkers: Changed Conditions Result in Many Scratches at Empire City.; Panoply Accounts for Demoiselle Stakes--Audacious First in Mahopac Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-17


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MUDDY TRACK AT YONKERS t Changed Conditions Result irf Many Scratches at Empire City Panoply Accounts for Demoiselle DemoiselleStakes Stakes Audacious First in inMahopac Mahopac Handicap NEW YORK N Y July 1C Rain which fell during the morning made the going muddy and accounted for a number of scratches at Empire City today A handicap the Mahopac for threeyear olds at threequarters and the Demoiselle Stakes at five and a half furlongs for twoyearold fillies were greatly reduced by withdrawals but furnished spirited racing Audacious M L Schwartz good looking Star Shoot colt won the Mahopac after a long stretch drive with Grimalkin the pacemaker Audacious showed gameness ajs the colt did rnqt appear to fancy the mud but responded well toa call in the final sixteenth to finish first by a short margin marginThe The Demoiselle Stakes fell to the Whitney stables good twoyearold filly Panoply which was carry ¬ ing top weight of 125 pounds With Germa the Loft representative she raced up the backstretch and took a short lead on the far turn which she maintained until the finish winning rather easily from Indiscretion and Lukes Pet The latter came be a contender The event was worth 2325 to the winner winnerThe The condensed history of the Demoiselle Stakes follows Year Winner Wt Jockey VaL Time 1908 Melisande 124 Notter 2720 l0flss 1910 Round the World122 Herbert 1150 108 1914 Coquette 119 M Buxton 1165 1 07 1915 Celandrla 122MJ Buxton 1515 107 1916 Tragedy 122 T Davies 1925 1 07 1017 Wawbeek 113M Buxton 2325 109 1918 Lady Rosebud 109 J Collins 2325 107 1919 Panoply 125 W Knapp J 2325 109 109Not Not run in 1909 1911 1912 and 1913 Run tit titBelmont Belmont Park in 1915 and 1916 I Annette Teller took the first race aided materially by the powerful riding of Lyke He saved the filly until the final eighth and when Midian tired after setting the pace from the start sent her to the front and she drew away in the last few strides The heavy going proved too much for Sister Helene and third was the best she could do after a good effort Somewhere in France found the track to his lik ¬ ing and easily won the second race a dash of a mile and seventy yards for maidens He led throughout by a safe margin marginSnapdragon Snapdragon II repeated today winning the one and oneeighth mile race in easy fashion finishing four lengths in advance of Star Realm RealmFATOR FATOR RIDES A BRtttlANT FINISH FINISHL L Fa tor rode a brilliant finish on Poor Butterfly in the closing dash and landed the filly a winner by a close margin over Joan of Arc ArcAnnette Annette Teller was claimed out of the first race by W Smith for 1870 and Snapdragon H winner of the fifth was retained by Andrew Miller on his claim of 3505 3505W W S Kilmer was a visitor today He is satis ¬ fied with the way Sun Briar is doing and expects him to show his best form at Saratoga Christy Matthewson the old time ball player is a racing enthusiast My pitching days are not rainy days said he so I like to look over the ponies poniesC C A Stonoham owner of the Casco Stable greeted many of his friends in the clubhouse and incidentally interviewed some of the odds layers with success successBilly Billy Oliver will ship his string to Saratoga to ¬ morrow including his breadwinner Kilts II IIMose Mose Goldblatt is an arrival from Kentucky with a dozen racers racersIt It was just a case of Fator not being able to get out of Lucullite all that was in him that al ¬ lowed Bally to beat him yesterday said Sam Hil dreth The horse needs a stronger rider He is too much horse for a light boy boyN N K Moody a Vancouver B C turfinanJwho has a few horses quartered atMontreal was a visi ¬ tor today and intends to remain for the rest of the meeting1 meeting1Charley Charley Norris of St Louis made his Initial appearance at Yonkers and the sport has so im ¬ pressed him that he lias decided to stay the season out outFator Fator who rode Wilfreda in the second race lodged a claim of foul against the winner Some ¬ where in France for interference in the stretch but it was not allowed allowedDorcas Dorcas was claimed out of yesterdays race by R F Carman for 2305 She will run in Car ¬ mans colors tomorrow if her schooling suspension is lifted by starter Cassidy Her actions were so bad in yesterdays race that Cassidy placed her oo the schooling list

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