Two More for J. K. L. Ross: Constancy and Billy Kelly Win for Him at Havre De Grace, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-17


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TWO MORE FOR J. K. L. ROSS Constancy, and Billy Kelly Win for Him at Havre de Grace. Hauberk Comes Under Judicial Ban Because of Sudden Form Reversal. HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., September 10. The .7. IC. Li. Ross stable accounted for two of the races at Havre de Grace this afternoon when the two-year-old filly Constancy won the Mermaid Inrse and the three-year-old Hilly Kelly beat a band of all aged sprinters in the Eclipse Highweight Handicap, in which lie carried 133 pounds and ran the three-quarters of a mile in 1:12. P.acjc of Billy Kelly wen; Jieochares. Passing Shower, Startling and Louise V. Johnny Loftus, who arrived from New York yesterday, had the mount on Constancy, while Sande rode Hilly Kelly. The weather was ideal for outdoor sport, and a large crowd was present. Sea Jueen easily won the opening dash, and Otto Floto did likewise in the jumping race. It was a close finish between Clean Gone and War Mask in the fifth, the former getting the verdict in the final strides under Mus-graves good ride. After Hauberk won the sixth nice and ran the mile and a quarter in 2:03-,, the stewards issued a ruling barring his further entry on the ground of inconsistent running. .Tames Howe wired Joseph Mclennan to enter Harry Payne Whitneys two-year-olds Wildair and Dr. Clark in the Eastern Shore Stakes, which will be run on Saturday, and Vexatious in the Havre de Grace Handicap, which will be run September 27. Two claims were put in for . Irish Kiss yes-, ti-day and K. A. Smith retained her oh bis bid of ,300. .n W. Williams claim was for ,130. The Lost Hird. winner of the Kings Plate at the lllue Bonnet course of the Montreal Jockey Club tills fall, was an arrival from Canada and will be raced at the fall meetings in Maryland. Joe Holo. Charlestons famous chef, whose place on King street was a rendezvous for racegoers, came north to take in a few days of the sport. He hopes to see racing in South Carolina again in a few years. Eddie Mcllride left, last night for Lexington to secure four yearlings for a Haltiniore gentleman, who intends racing a stable on the Canadian circuit next year. W. T. McKinney. who recently took over the horses owned by E. T. Zollicof for, lias placed three useful horses All Smiles. Highland Lad and May W. in training again. They bad been turned out all summer at Dr. Henry J. McCarthys farm in the Green Spring Valley. Highland Iad was blistered. May W. fired for bad knees and All Smiles was fired for a bowed tendon. All three of them are again going sound. Jockey I. Perlstein rode his first race today when lie had the mount on the steeplechaser Cynosure. Perlstein hails from Philadelphia and is under contract to J. P. Sherman. Steeplechase jockey Fred Williams got in from New York and joined the stable trained by Johnny Kcrniath. Several horsemen have signified their intention f shipping direct to Oriental Park, Cuba, at the concluMon of the Havre de Grace meeting. Among them are E. Cousins, Joe Moore and G. M. Ridge.

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