Two for H. E. Davis at Kempton Park, Daily Racing Form, 1921-10-07


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TWO FOR H. E. DAVIS AT KEMPT0N PARK MONTREAL, Que., October !. A double victory for the stable of H. E. Davis was the feature of an ordinary card at Kempton Parc this afternoon. The Davis colors were carried in front by Rameau and Golden Red, both ridden by Erie Moore, former telegraph messenger boy of this city, a youngster developed by Eugene Lutz. Rameau defeated the best horses racing this afternoon in a dash of five and a half furlongs in a thrilling finish, in which only inches separated the placed horses. The winner went through on the inside at the head of the stretch and nosed out Sea Board and the fast-closing Sevillian. Both the Davis winners were overlooked by the talent, Rameau being the longest-priced winner of the meeting. Close finishes featured the racing. Lillian G. also won a hairline decision from Lady Betty in the third race. With better weather prevailing there was a distinct improvement in the attendance. The going was also much improved. The purse won by Merry Marquis in the last race Wednesday was protested by F. O. Williams, trainer of Semper Stalwart, on the ground that Merry Marquis had won a race at an agricultural fair held at Dorval track. It was found that Merry Marquis had taken part in an exhibition against one other horso at the fair, but as there was no purse tile protest was withdrawn,

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