Tryster Again Wins: Captures Second of Pimlico Serial Weight for Age Races, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-04


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TRYSTER AGAIN WIS Captures Second of Pimlico Serial Weight-for-Age Races. 4 Gives Sparkling Exhibition and Runs Mile in 1:38 Secondary Feature to Leghorn. PIMLICO, Md., November 3. Trainer Scot Harlan of the "Westmont Stable scored a double victory this afternoon -when Tryster Was returned the winner cf the Pimlico Serial "Weight-for-Age Race No. 2 in a drive from the Rancocas Stables Little Chief, while George W. Lofts On "Watcn was third. Tryster had previously accounted for the No. 1 running of these races, which was at a shorter distance, while this afternoons was at one mile. Tryster gave a sparkling exhibition and equaled the track record of 1:38, held by Mad Hatter. The field which faced the starter in the feature- attraction- was narroweddown to: small proportions, but produced a spirited contest. There was a short delay at the post before the field was dispatched, for which On Watch and Mad Hatter were responsible. When the barrier was released Tryster was hustled to the front by Lyke and drew away into a short lead. Little Chief went right after him, while Mad Hatter brought up the rear. The same order was maintained in the run through the backstretch. The early pace was fast and Tryster was running freely rounding the bend into the short stretch. He hugged the inner rail, while Little Chief was forced to race on the outside of him. Lyke was riding vigorously and Tryster held to his task in a sparkling fashion, although Little Chief was wearing him down at the end. On Watch came from the middle of the track with a rush that carried him into third position. The Maryland Jockey Club presented the Westmont Stable with an additional ,000 for winning two of the three races. WE AT HE It THREATENING. Racing conditions this afternoon were of a threatening variety, but rain held off during the afternoon. The card wras overshadowed by the .approaching Pimlico Fu-turily, but developed stirring racing throughout. The majority of the winners were forced to sustain drives to earn brackets. The Govans Purse, the secondary feature of the day, which was for three-year-olds and over at a mile, for horses owned or leased by a member of the Maryland Jockey Club, attracted considerable attention from the clubhouse and resulted in a victory for J. H. Rosseters Leghorn from Cum Sah, racing for J. E. Davis, and J. E. Griffiths Attorney. Leghorn displayed a good perform, ance and at the end had something left to stall off the rush of Cum Sah. Attorney finished going fast. Frank Taylor returned from New York t!i is morning and will remain for, the re-inander of the meeting. F. Gailor, agent for Montfort Jones, arrived from the Jones farm at Berryville, Va., to witness the -Pimlico Futurity. Victor Schaumburg, racing secretary at Empire City, arrived from New York this afternoon and will leave for Cuba shortly. M. J. Daly purchased from S. D. Riddle at private terms the two-year-old West Meath and the three-year-old Wye. The latter has never been raced. A. E. Alexandra claimed Knighthood from A. C. Bostwick for ,200, but later sold him back at an advance. The employes of the mutuel department at Pimlico have gotten up a purse of 50 for the benefit of the Childrens Hospital school. Louis sold Opperman back to his former owners, the Triple Springs Farm, at private terms this afternoon. S. Louis claimed LEffare after he won the third race for ,731. R. T. Wilsons good colt Wilderness spread his foot in his race Thursday and will be on the shelf. Wilderness was the hope of Mr. Wilson for the Futurity.

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