Sporting Blood Narrowly: Triumphs Over Jeg in Last Few Strides of Comrade Handicap.; Routledge Takes Spring Handicap--Ogarite Disqualified After Winning Opening Race., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-27


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SPORTING BLOOD NARROWLY Triumphs Over Jeg in Last Few Strides of Comrade Handicap Routledge Takes Spring Handicap Ogarite Disqualified After AfterWinning Winning Opening Race HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 25 The Redstone Stables horses which appear to be in fine condition his spring furnished another winner at Havre de Grace when Sporting Blood cot up in the final stride to beat Jeg by a short head in the Comrade Handicap one of the feature races provided for this afternoon afternoonSporting Sporting Blood was ridden by McAtee in a con Idcnt manner He took his mount under restraint in the early running and waited until straightened out in the homestretch before making an jffort When called on Sporting Blood responded in game fashion and wearing the tiring Jeg down got up in the last few strides Kings Champion about which a strong tip was circulated managed to land in third place He was never dangerous at any stage and was a bit outclassed by both Sporting Blood and Jeg both of which appear to be fair threeyearolds threeyearoldsThe The Spring Handicap which divided interest with the running of the Comrade proved rather an easy victory for Routledge which made all the pace and beat St Allan by a length Ambrose let Routledge race right along from the start and at no stage was the result in doubt Adisqualification doubtAdisqualification came with the running of the opening dash which was won in a romp by J II Lonchheims Ogarite The latter had an outside position at the post and when the start canu she rushed across to the inside and forced her opponents up against the inside fence Nancy F which finished second was one of the principal sufferers and McAtee was prompt in lodging com ¬ plaint of foul after he had dismounted It took the steyards several minutes before they rendered a decision and when it was finally made it brought a disqualification for the winner Tins change in the placing gave Nancy F the race Miriam Cooper second and Quick Run third Jockey J Williams who had the mount on Ogarite was suspended for the remainder of the meeting for rough riding ridingSeveral Several horses changed hands during the after ¬ noon through the claiming route W J Reidel took Trusty for 1700 and J D Bartolomeb got Kirah for lr 05 A E Alexander secured Social Star for 2900 and J W Dayton the Canadianbred Wraith for 1900 1900Arrah Arrah Go On pulled up lame this morning and will be an absentee from the races for some time C timeC E Applegate is one of the horsemen who will ship to Jamaica and on his arrival there will take up Leathcrface which was turned out all winter at the Schnltz farm at Kedbank N J Mr Applegate will make several additions to the stable during lie early meetings about New York YorkMANY MANY HORSES GOING TO JAMAICA JAMAICAAt At the conclusion of the present meeting fourteen carloads of horses will be shipped direct to the Jamaica track and several others will leave for Canada William Martin is among those who have changed their plans and will instead of going to Pimlico send bis string to Long Island IslandE E Nash will leave here on Sunday next for Bel ¬ mont Park with Benniugton St Isidore and three others othersS S M Henderson has decided to race his stable in Canada tjiis year and his entire string will be sent to Toronto at the conclusion of the Pimlico meet ¬ ing ingThe The two mares that R F Carman sold to E B McLean Horizon and Daruma have both foaled colts by Meridian one from the former being a brother to Excuse Me The Daruma colt is a brother to Esquire Carman has eleven foals at his farm which is located in Montgomery County Maryland MarylandJockey Jockey Sande was called back to Rancocas Farm by S C Hildreth where he wil remain until Sat ¬ urday and then return to Havre de Grace GraceIn In the event that J E Widener does not have a starter May 7 on the New York tracks jockey Turner will make the trip to Churchill Downs to ride W J Salmons Careful in the Kentucky Derby DerbyFrank Frank Stevens has joined the stable of T Hodge and will train the horses that race in the Kentucky turfmans colors in the future futureDimmesdale Dimmesdale which was worked witli Kirkleving ton between the races yesterday showed up a bit son this morning morningJoseph Joseph McLennan has been busy receiving appli ¬ cations for stabling and licenses for the Iiiulico meeting from the horsemen racing here and up to date the following have applied A L Austin E EB B Henderson Arthur Woiley E P Summerfield E T Zcllicoffer W A Burttschell Frank Farrar James Arthur G R Bryson R A Smith J Kennedy J II Murray It F Carman J G Bussey D S Fountain E J Salt B K Chapman A C Niehaus Frank Garret t B B Rice Thomas Hodge WC G W Atkinson G Lutz J B Dunn W C Westmoreland J C Dayton G C Winfrey I Lydeckcr C Clime J S Whatley and J E Hawkins

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