Main Race To Sandy Beal: Easily Triumphs in Chief Offering at Prince George Park.; Columbine Is a Repeater, but Crumpsall Fails Dismally at Second Attempt., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-07


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MAIN RACE TO SANDY BEAL Easily Triumphs in Chief Offering at Prince George Park Columbine Is a Bepeater but butCrumpsall Crumpsall Fails Dismally Dismallyat at Second Attempt BOAVIK Md April 0 For the fourth clays rac ¬ ing at Prince George Park the Prospect Purse a dash of six and a half furlongs was the chief offering the other six races being under claiming conditions Bright skies and warm weather con ¬ tributed in bringing out a crowd of generous pro ¬ portions and the public fared better than yesterday in the argument witli the iron men menSandy Sandy Beal was the choice in the main race and he made good in real race horse fashion Corey held him under restraint until the far turn and when called on the son of Superman easily took command and won by a length Mock Orange was second tired out after his efforts in racing into defeat the outsider Satana SatanaF F Coltiletti rode the winners of the first two races In the opening dash he was astride General Agramonte and guided the Louis colt first past the judges racing Celtic Lass the pacemaker into defeat in the last eighth and drawing away to score by three lengths He repeated in the second on Sacajawea employing the same tactics that proved successful in the first Waiting until well in the stretch he called on tiic Arandergrift filly and in a gamely contested finish earned the deci ¬ sion by a half length lengthApproval Approval paying 88200 for 2 in the mutuels surprised his own connections as well as everyone else by taking the third race wearing down Brisk in a sensational finish to win by a nose noseThe The good mare Columbine repeated her victory of opening day running away from her opponents in the sixth race She carried the colors of Albert Simons today the latter having claimed her after her success last Saturday SaturdayCruinpsalls Cruinpsalls defeat in the seventh race was the biggest upset of the day He was at oddson in the betting and there were no excuses for his downfall Maize and Al Pierce leading him home by safe margins marginsThe The Pelican Stable has taken first call on the services of jockey Ensor for the remainder of the Bowie meeting meetingEnd End Man Panaman and The Boy three useful horses which raced in the colors of F A Goss under the direction of J G AVagnon have arrived icre and will be campaigned through the East This trio of thoroughbreds were tied up in a legal controversy at New Orleans a year ago last winter winterSheridan Sheridan Clarke is here in the interests of the Dorval Jockey Club meeting which opens at Mont ¬ real May 30 He will remain through the week weekMARYLAND MARYLAND COMMISSION RULES RULESA A printers proof of the Maryland Racing Com ¬ mission rules has been received at the secretarys office The code will be published in book form for general distribution shortly The outstanding feature of the legislation with respect to novelty is rule i70 which makes it compulsory upon all of the mile tracks under the jurisdiction of the commission to hold futurities annually This is done in the interests of breeding of course and failure to provide such races will be accepted by the commission as cause for the reduction of an associations racing dates Conditions for these liroduce races must be submitted to the commission For approval and the enforcement of the law will be made as soon as consistent with the production of contestants for the races racesFrank Frank Kcogh has been engaged by Harry Gid dings to ride one of his representatives in this years renewal of the Kings Plate at the AVood bino opening day May 21 21The The horses of J Sanford which wintered at Oaklawn Park will be shipped from Hot Springs to Havre de Grace on April 9 The stable will be divided there the Americanbred members of the outfit being turned over to Preston Birch and the imiKirtcd division to II Hughes HughesT T A Bryne is an arrival from Hot Springs where he spent a vacation following the racing at New Orleans OrleansBy By order of the stewards the following horses will be given outside post positions in the future AVellfinder Peppery Polly Paul Connelly Fizer and Rustler RustlerKohinoor Kohinoor David Cniig Goldcrest Boy Moco Louise V Beaverkill and Trautula make up the schooling list listA A letter has been received here from Mrs Annie AAittmer care the Independent Bridge Company Coraopolis Pa seeking information as to the whereabouts of AAilliam Mooch Ryan and re ¬ questing that he communicate immediately witli his motherinlaw motherinlawMickey Mickey Moore was badly cut down in his race of Saturday SaturdayThomas Thomas Clydes Baywood developed a cough and was todayAV excused from the fourth race today AV Irvine trainer of the E F AVhitney stable was among the days visitors This string which is made up of Carmandale By Jiminy Sammy J and nine twoyearolds is doing nicely at Pimlico and in the opinion of Irvine it is the best looking band ever gathered by his employer Two or three of the horses will race at Havre de Grace but the most of them will be reserved for Pimlico PimlicoAVarlike AVarlike ran today in the colors of Richard Pond ing having been sold to him privately by Sam Louis LouisAAr AAr C AVestmoreland and M Ridge arrived at Havre dc Grace this morning from Havana HavanaJockey Jockey AVeiner was a visitor today and returned tonight to New York He reports that the Green tree Stable will leave Belmont Park April 0 for Havre de Grace GraceHarry Harry Taut who foil ill during the Metropolitan racing last fall has fully recovered and arrived here today from his home on Long Island Harry Griffin also is an arrival from New York YorkJohnny Johnny McCabe was thrown from a colt he was galloping this morning at Havre de Grace and suf i Continued op second page MAIN RACE TO SANDY BEAL Continued from first page fered a broken nose when the animal kicked him himL L AVaterbnry has engaged the veteran William Obert to ride for him over the Metropolitan tracks this year yearJockey Jockey Steve AAida is an arrival from Kentucky to ride on this circuit or J Hewitt HewittFrank Frank B Ray got in today from Gravesend where he went from Shreveport to take up The Lamb J Musante took Lucy Kate from the Poinsotta Stable for 1330 and Sucajnwtii went to J Bain ton for 1300

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