Handicap To Sir Clarence: Defeats Chief Sponsor and Sweet Bouquet in Main Race at Blue Bonnets., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-11


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HANDICAP TO SIR CLARENCE Defeats Chief Sponsor and Sweet Bouquet in Main Race at Blue Bonnets MONTREAL Qne June 10 Cnrey Winfrey sup ¬ plied the winner of the carded feature at the Kino Bonnets when Sir Clarence accounted for the handi ¬ cap in hollow fashion over a band of Canadian breds at a mile The winner ran as if much the best went the distance in l40 l40r r and was under restraint at the end Chief Sponsor finished second while Sweet Itouqnct was third The winner was ridden by T Rowan and was strongly snpj orted by the talent talentMaiden Maiden jockeys were given an opportunity to graduate into the winners column this afternoon when a field of seventeen paraded to the post for the running of the second race a dash of seven eighths The winner turned up in The Dclgian II piloted by II E Jones JonesStucco Stucco the tenyearold unsexed son of Filligraine My Eleanor accounted for the running of the steeplechase defeating Phil T and King Terry The winner shook off Phil T going to the closing fences and drew away into a commanding lead Le Cyprin was the only one which failed to finish the course unseating his rider at the second ob ¬ stacle stacleThe The crowd which journeyed to the course today was one of the largest that has passed through the turnstiles on a Friday They were well rewarded as interesting racing was furnished Ideal weather conditions again prevailed prevailedGuy Guy F Gray following the second race claimed The Belgian II for 1300 Gray was represented by Yukon in the race raceHon Hon T A Taschereau the premier of the Prov ¬ ince of Quebec accompanied by Hon W G Mitchell provincial treasurer wore interested spec ¬ tators and viewed the running of the races from the clubhouse lawn lawnJockey Jockey Romanelli scored his first victory of the year when he brought Padua homo in an easy man ¬ ner The winner was well supported by the talent talentA A L Kirby disposed of the contract he held on jockey W Ridenour to W J Salmon this morning morningSenator Senator Belcourt president of the Connaught Park Jockey Club was an interested spectator this after Judge Joseph A Murphy Messrs Oliver and Waitem and Ray Jlryson left for Mexico City last night in reference to the projected racing plant at that point pointThe The condition books for the coming Hamilton meeting arrived this morning and were distributed by Joseph McLennan McLennanEntries Entries for the opening day at Connaught Park will close in the secretarys office here oh Tuesday TuesdayHorses Horses which were started by H Unna today were saddled by II Tullett Mr Uuna is suffering from soreness on the stump of his leg from which the foot had been amputated some time ago agoT T II Smith will ship from here lo Windsor and rest up until the start at that point The Archer is one of the horses due for a short let up Among the stables which will ship from here to Hamilton are those of C P Winfrey J W Bean M C Kelly and C F Clark ClarkHenry Henry McDaniel will take a division of the Ross Stible to Ottawa The main division will be left at Blue Bonnets in charge of F Schelkc Those that are to be raced over the New York tracks will be selected on tlip conclusion of the Ottawa OttawaT T J Gorman secretary of the Connaught Park Jockey Club was an arrival today in the interests of the coming meeting at that point Mr Gorman was enthusiastic and stated that there would prob ¬ ably be an overflow of horses horsesThere There are at present nine horses in schooling as follows Captain B Sailor Napoli Dorantne Sugarmint It Judge Ellsworth

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