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i ! .1 "I ANOTHER FOR STAR REALM i i Scores Second Victory for New Owner in Dorvals Main Race. i - - .n Sudden and Heavy Rain Changes Track Condition After the Third Race. -i MONTBEAL. Que., August 30. W. Walker scored his second victory witli his recent purchase, Star Realm when the latter easily accounted for the Pointe Clare Purse, the most pretentious offering at Dorval this afternoon. The race was run over a track that had been drenched by a sudden shower of heavy proportions that made the going sloppy. McTaggart was content to wait with Star Realm when Zouave and My Grade dashed away in the lead and set a fast pace. There was a general, closing up after the far turn was reached and Star Realm soon assumed command. Although going wide entering the stretch, he easily drew away from the game-Betty J., which made a strong bid for first honors, only to find the ultimate winner too strong at the end. Padua was third, with the early lenders trailing behind badly beaten and tired out horses. The first three races of the afternoon were run over a fast track, but this did not help the backers of favorite, as all three were beaten. Ashliu was the choice in the opener and he finished third behind Troutling and Playwirght. The winner was bred in England and scored in impressive fashion. Mack Garner came right back and easily-won his ,r:,u vtftcry of the meeting. He beat the hot favorite. Toe the- Mark, after leading all the way. Blarney Boy, at the generous odds of 3.50 fur . earned a close decision over Fuse in the third race, getting up in the final strides to get the judges verdict by a nose. Fuse., with success in sight after taking the lead on the far turn, swerved badly and tired right at the end. Both Anniut and Bengali ran poorly and far below their best form. The changed going favored Darnay in the fifth race and he had no trouble taking the measure of Veteran. Ettahc. Mormon Elder and three others. Previous to the running of. the fifth race three claims were made for E. T. Zollicoffers Mormon Elder. In the draw G. AV. Forman secured the horse for ,900 over R. E. Groves and B. Creech. ROSS HORSES AT BLUE BONNETS. Trainer Henry McDauiel arrived from Saratoga this morning with a division of the .1. K. L. Iioss stable and took up quarters at Blue Bonnets. The main division of the stable will be campaigned through Canada, while trainer W. S. Scofield will take a division to Maryland. The condition books for the coming meeting at Mount Royal were issued today. Officials of the Quebec Breeders Bacing Association announced that, despite rumors to the contrary, the dates for the different tracks as published would be carried out. Homer Garand. a niutuel clerk, was removed to a local hospital today, suffering from a sudden attack of pneumonia. The juniper Jim Thoriie, which broke down early in the spring, will enter the stud next year. The horse is at present turned out at a local farm and owned by Mr. L. A. Eckers, a prominent local sportsman. The horses which were owned by the late Thomas Love will be disposed of at public auction during the Blue Bonnets meeting. The string of Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark, in charge of trainer T. Donohue, arrived from Saratoga this morning. Eleven jumpers are in the stable. The Brookdale Stables yearlings, five in number, are going along nicely at the farm at Barrie. All have been given their preliminary racing lessons. It was reported, today that trainer William Mi-Daniel would winter the J. H. Kosseter horses at Louisville, Ky. Jockeys J. Gruneiseii and A. Claver accompanied the J. K. L. Boss stable here. Both boys will accept mounts before long. Jockey J. Rowan was notified today to report to trainer W. Irvine of the E. F. Whitney stable at Saratoga on Sunday. Serbian was ordered scratched from the sixth race today on the ground of ineligibility.