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Purse

BELMONT PARK, NY., JUNE 6, 1919

SIXTH RACE—5/8 Mile Straight (Sept. 12, 1918-:55 3/-2-110) Purse $700. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Special Weights. Net Value to Winner, $500: second, $125: third, $75.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

115

7

1

21

24

13

16

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

3-5

1-5

out

Retrieve

112

6

4

1nk

1½

24

2½

R. Troxler

W. Salmon

7

2 ½

4-5

Neddam

115

5

6

4½

41

31

34

M. Buxton

W. Booth *

20

5

8-5

Devildog

115

3

5

61

51

52

4nk

G. Walls

Quincy Stable †

4

4-5

out

Gladiator

115

4

7

3nk

3½

41

53

J. Butwell

W. Booth *

20

5

8-5

Lady Brighton

112

1

2

5½

62

6½

6nk

J. Metcalf

Brighton Stable

10

3

1

American Boy

115

2

3

7

7

7

7

T. Rice

Quincy Stable †

4

4-5

out

            * † Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

            Time:   :59.  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 5:08. At post 2 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won cantering: second and third driving.  Man o’ War broke fast, held sway throughout, and was under stout restraint at the end.  Retrieve showed high early speed, but tired in the final eighth.  Neddam closed gamely after racing greenly in the early stages.  Devildog had no mishaps.

            Scratched—Black Hackle 115

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Keene Memorial Stakes

BELMONT PARK, NY., JUNE 9, 1919

FOURTH RACE—5½ Furlongs Straight (July 17, 1915-1:034/5 -2-106) Seventh Running of the KEENE MEMORIAL STAKES.  Value $5,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $4,200: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

115

3

2

2½

32

32

13

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

7-10

1-3

out

On Watch

115

4

5

51

41

42

2½

W. Kelsay

G. Loft

5

7-5

3-5

Anniversary

115

6

6

6

52

55

34

T. Rice

Quincy Stable

12

3

6-5

Ralco

116 ½

5

1

1½

1nk

2½

4nk

J. Butwell

R. Parr

8

6-5

My Laddie

112

2

4

31

2½

1½

58

R. Troxler

W. Salmon

50

15

5

Hoodwink

112

1

3

41

6

6

6

E. Ambrose

Mrs. W. Jeffords

4

7-5

1-2

            Time:   1:05 3/5 .  Track—fast.
            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:13. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War, always well up, responded gamely to urging in the final eighth and drew away easily at the end.  On Watch showed a game effort and finished fast.  Anniversary closed gamely through the last quarter.  Ralco tired.  My Laddie showed an improved effort.  Hoodwink evidently disliked the going.

            Scratched—Bonnie Mary, 125; Rouleau 112.

            Overweight—Ralco 1½ pounds.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Youthful Stakes

JAMAICA, NY., JUNE 21, 1919

THIRD RACE—5½ Furlongs (May 19, 1919-1:05-4-122) Seventh Running of the YOUTHFUL STAKES.  Value $5,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $3,850: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

120

4

3

11

12

14

1

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

7-10

1-3

out

On Watch

108

2

1

32

2nk

38

22

A. Schu’g’r

G.W. Loft

5

7-5

3-5

Lady Brummel

105

3

4

4

3½

2½

310

L. Ensor

Brighton Stable

12

3

6-5

St. Allan

105

1

2

1½

4

4

4

A. Collins

N. Sho. Stable

8

6-5

            Time:   :231/5 ,  :47 3/5 . 1:00 1/5 , 1:06 3/5 .  Track—good.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:47. At post 4 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War, off in motion, drew away into a big early lead and was eased up in the last sixteenth.  On Watch stood stretch gamely.  Lady Brummel jumped in the air at the barrier’s rise, but moved up with a rush and tired in the final eighth from her early effort.  St. Allan apparently outclassed.

            Overweight—Lady Brummel, 3 pounds.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Hudson Stakes

AQUEDUCT, NY., JUNE 23, 1919

THIRD RACE—5/8 Mile (July 8, 1918-:581/5 -2-112) Twenty-ninth running of the HUDSON STAKES.  Guaranteed value $3,500. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $2,825: second, $400: third, $200.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

130

2

1

11

11

11

1½

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm *

1-10

out

Violet Tip

109

3

2

3nk

41

2½

24

E. Ambrose

R. Parr

15

1

out

Shoal

115

1

5

5

5

3½

312

J. Collins

R.L. Gerry

15

1

out

Evergay

112

5

3

2½

21

42

46

T. Lyke

T.P. Thorne

40

4

out

Rockinghorse

115

4

4

43

3½

5

5

T. Nolan

Gl. Riddle Farm *

1-10

out

            * Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

            Time:   1:01 3/.  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:36. At post 3 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War, after breaking through the barrier to a false start, was away fast and assumed command at the elbow, then flew away to an easy victory and was easing up in the final forty yards.  Violet Tip showed a good effort and was easily second best.  Shoal ran sluggishly in the early running, but had little difficulty in disposing of Evergay.  The later showed a smart early effort.  Rocking Horse tired badly in the final eighth and was not persevered with when thoroughly beaten.

            Scratched—Dominique, 115; Alias, 112; Rory O’Moore, 112; Sand Bed, 112.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Tremont Stakes

AQUEDUCT, NY., July 5, 1919

THIRD RACE—3/4 Mile (June 6, 1916-1:11-3-116) Thirtieth running of the TREMONT STAKES.  Guaranteed value $6,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $4,800: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

130

2

2

11

11

1

11

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-10

out

Ralco

115

3

3

22

23

25

220

J. Butwell

R. Parr

10

1-6

out

Ace of Aces *

112

1

1

3

3

3

3

A. Collins

R.F. Carmen

50

4

out

            * Added starter.

            Time: :23 3/5 , :47 2/5 , 1:13.  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:30. At post 2 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War took the lead quickly, set a fast pace, and won all the way unextended.  Ralco easily second best, was hard ridden through the final quarter.  Ace of Aces began fast, but was immediately out-run, and was eased up when beaten, in the final eighth.

            Scratched—Rocking Horse, 115.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

United States Hotel Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 2, 1919

THIRD RACE—3/4 Mile (August 22, 1918-1:10 2/-3-115) Thirty-sixth running of the UNITED STATES HOTEL STAKES.  Guaranteed value $10,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $7,600: second, $1,500: third, $750.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

130

8

1

13

13

14

12

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

9-10

2-5

1-5

Upset

115

1

3

3½

22

24

21

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney

6

5

1

Homely

112

5

6

71

71

3½

31

W. Kelsay

S. Lewis

25

10

5

Bonnie Mary

127

2

10

5½

88

42

48

L. Ensor

P. Clark

8-5

4-5

By Golly

115

6

4

62

61

6½

51

H. Thurber

R. Bradley

10

3

8-5

Rouleau

112

10

8

84

51

86

61

C. Rob’son

M. Jones

20

8

4

Feodor

112

9

5

43

4½

72

71

C. Kummer

R. Gerry

20

7

3

Carmandale

125

7

2

21

31

51

81

L. Fator

R. Carman

25

10-5

5

Sandy Beal

115

3

9

10

10

10

91

G. Corey

W. Murray

40

15

6

David Harum

112

4

7

93

92

92

10

L. McAtee

W.R. Coe

30

12

6

            Time: :23, :471/5 , 1:12 2/5 .  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:46. At post 6 minutes.  Start poor and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War away fast, opened up a big lead at the back stretch turn, raced under restraint thereafter, and was eased up in the final sixteenth.  Upset broke well and moved up stoutly in the early running but could never overtake the winner.  Homely raced ending pressure all the way, saved ground throughout and held on gamely in the final drive.  Bonnie Mary broke poorly and was taken to the outside, closed an immense gap in the first quarter and moved up steadily to the last eighth, where she began tiring.  By Golly ran an even race.  Rouleau was taken wide all the way.  Feodor showed early speed, but failed to stay.  Sandy Beal was away poorly.

            Scratched—Sammy, 112; Royal Duck, 115; Marianne, 109.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Sanford Memorial Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 13, 1919

FOURTH RACE—3/4 Mile (August 22, 1918-1:102-3-115) Seventh running of the SANFORD MEMORIAL STAKES.  Guaranteed value $5,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $3,925: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Upset

115

5

1

2h

21

1h

1½

W. Knapp

H.P. Whitney

8

7-5

1-3

Man o’ War

130

6

5

44

31½

33

23

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

11-20

out

Golden Broom

130

3

2

1½

11

21½

32

E. Ambrose

Mrs. W. Jeffords

1-2

Capt. Alcock*

112

4

7

7

7

62

41½

C. Rob’son

J. Madden

100

20

10

Armistice

112

2

3

53

52

5½

55

L. McAtee

W.R. Coe

50

15

5

Donnacona

112

7

4

31

45

4½

61

W. Kelsay

G.W. Loft

30

8

3

The Swimmer

115

1

6

63

61½

7

7

R. Simpson

T.F. Henry

50

15

5

            *Added starter

Time: :23 1/5, :46 4/5, 1:111/5 .  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Whisk Broom II–Pankurst by Voter, trained by James Rowe, bred by Mr. Harry Payne Whitney.  Went to post at 4:10. At post 4 minutes.  Start poor and slow.  Won driving: second and third same.  Upset followed the leader closely from the start, moved up with a rush in the last eighth, and, taking the lead, held on gamely when challenged and just lasted long enough to withstand Man o’ War’s challenge.  The latter began slowly and moved up steadily to the stretch turn, where he got into close quarters, then came to the outside in the final eighth, and responding gamely to punishment, was gaining in the closing strides.  Golden Broom showed great speed in pacemaking, but tired when challenged.  Captain Alcock began slowly and closed a big gap.  Armistice ran well from a poor beginning.  Donnacona ran forwardly in the early running, but was carried wide on the stretch turn and tired.

            Scratched—Peace Pennant, 112; Ten Can, 112.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Grand Union Hotel Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 23, 1919

THIRD RACE—3/4 Mile (August 22, 1918-1:10 2/5 -3-115) Seventeenth running of the GRAND UNION HOTEL STAKES.  Guaranteed value $10,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $7,600: second, $1,500: third, $750.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

130

2

3

1h

13

13

11

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

11-20

out

Upset

125

6

1

4h

41

23

24

W. Knapp

H.P. Whitney

7

2

1

Blazes

122

3

5

3h

3½

3½

3½

J. Butwell

R. Parr

8

2

4-5

King Thrush

115

10

6

5½

51

41

4½

E. Sande

J.K. Ross

8

1

Peace Pennant

112

5

10

10

10

61

51

H. Thurber

W.F. Polson

50

15

8

Evergay

115

1

4

22

2h

5½

6

P. Musg’ve

T.P. Thorne

40

10

5

Hasten On

115

8

7

63

61

71

7½

L. Ensor

J. McClell’nd *

20

7

3

Rouleau

112

9

8

93

7½

8½

81

H. Lunsf’d

M. Jones

50

15

8

The Trout

115

7

2

10

10

10

91

C. F’b'ther

J. McClell’nd *

20

7

3

Gladiator

115

4

9

8

81

91

10

W. Kelsay

W. Booth

10

4

8-5

            * Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

            Time: :22 3/5 , :46 3/5, 1:12.  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:55. At post 5 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won eased up: second and third driving.  Man o’ War followed Upset in early running under slight restraint, took the lead at his rider’s leisure, and drew away in the stretch to win easing up in through the last sixteenth.  Upset began with a clear lead and raced on the outside of the leaders for the first half, then moved up gamely when called on, but could never overtake the winner.  Blazes was hard ridden all the way, and, holding on gamely, outstayed King Thrush.  The latter moved up rapidly while rounding the far turn into third place, but was forced wide on the stretch turn, and could never recover.  Peace Pennant began slowly but saved ground on all the turns and closed a big gap.  Evergay quit after going a good half mile.  Hasten On  raced wide all the way.  Rouleau met with interference.  The Trout was in close quarters throughout.  Gladiator was eased up in the last sixteenth.

            Scratched—Wildair, 115; Sandy Beal, 115; Neddam, 115.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Hopeful Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 30, 1919

THIRD RACE—3/4 Mile (August 22, 1918-1:10 2/-3-115) Fifteenth running of the HOPEFUL STAKES.  Guaranteed value $30,000. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $24,600: second, $3,500: third, $1,500.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

130

3

4

21

23

15

14

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

9-20

1-5

out

Cleopatra

112

1

8

5½

58

31

24

C. F’b’ther

R.W. Coe

8

2

4-5

Constancy

124

5

2

12

11

21

32

T. Nolan

J.K. Ross

10

3

6-5

Hasten On

115

8

5

42

3½

42

41

A. Schu’g’r

W. McClell’nd

40

15

5

Upset

125

6

6

64

63

64

53

W. Knapp

H.P. Whitney *

8

8-5

7-10

Dr. Clark †

115

4

1

31

4½

52

63

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney *

8

8-5

7-10

Ethel Gray

112

7

7

73

74

74

72

C. Kummer

M. Jones

15

5

2

Capt. Alcock

112

2

3

8

8

8

8

P. Musg’ve

J.E. Madden

15

5

2

            * Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

            † Formally ran as Sammy.

Time: :23, :47, 1:13.  Track—slow.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:03. At post 12 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War followed Constancy under slight restraint in the early running and assumed command at his leisure when entering the stretch, to win in a canter.  Cleopatra broke slowly, but went around the leaders when rounding the stretch turn, then closed gamely in a stretch run and easily disposed of Constancy.  The latter, a quick beginner, set a fast pace in the early running, but faltered in the final eighth. Hasten On, a forward contender, moved up strong on the inside then straightened out in the stretch, but was pinched off at the eighth pole by Constancy and could never recover.  Upset, in a tangle at the start, was hard urged and did not appear to favor the going.  Dr. Clark showed good speed for a half mile. Ethel Gray and Capt. Alcock could never improve their positions.

            Scratched—Sandy Beal, 115.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Futurity Stakes

BELMONT PARK, NY., Sept. 13, 1919

THIRD RACE—3/4 Mile Straight (May 19, 1908-1:08 3/5 - 4-137) Thirtieth running of the FUTURITY STAKES.  Value $5,000 Added. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $26,650: second, $3,106.67: third, $1,503.33.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

127

8

2

2½

32

32

1

J. Loftus

Gl. Riddle Farm

7-10

1-3

out

John P. Grier

117

9

7

21

2½

23

24

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney *

6

6-5

2-5

Dominique

122

2

1

1½

3½

3½

3nk

C. Kummer

S.C. Hildreth

4

6-5

1-2

Cleopatra

117

3

6

7½

62

4½

4½

L. McAtee

R.W. Coe

20

7

3

Upset

120

6

4

4½

4½

51

51

T. Rice

H.P. Whitney *

6

6-5

2-5

Paul Jones

122

1

3

5½

5½

61

61

J. Butwell

R. Parr

40

10

5

On Watch

119

10

8

83

7

73

73

W. Kelsay

G.W. Loft

30

10

5

Dr. Clark †

122

4

5

95

93

84

86

A. Johnson

H.P. Whitney *

6

6-5

2-5

Capt. Alcock

119

5

10

10

10

10

98

L. Ensor

J.E. Madden

30

10

5

Miss Jemima

122

7

9

6h

8½

92

10

C. Buxton

C.E. Rowe

25

8

4

            * Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

            † Added starter.

Time: 1:11 3/5.  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:46. At post 8 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War was saved behind the leaders until in the last quarter, then took the lead at his rider’s leisure and won easing up.  John P. Grier was a forward contender for the entire race, and finished gamely through the last eighth.  Dominique showed the most speed from the start and made the pace fast, but tired in the final drive.  Cleopatra gained steadily and finished fast and gamely under punishment.  Upset met with interference at the quarter post and came on gamely when clear in the last eighth.  Paul Jones and On Watch tired in the stretch drive.  The last three were pulled up at the finish.

            Scratched—Arethusa, 116; Padraic 117.

            Overweight—Ralco 1½ pounds.

Copyright 1919 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Preakness Stakes

PIMLICO, MD, May 18, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 11/8 Miles (May 17, 1911-1:51-3-112)  Thirteenth running of the PREAKNESS STAKES.  3-year-olds. Colts. Fillies. Geldings. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $23,000: second, $3,000: third, $2,000: fourth, $1,000.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

Equiv. Odds

Man o’ War

126

7

4

12

1

14

12

1

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

80-100

Upset

122

6

1

3

3nk

3h

22

25

J. Rod’g’ez

H.P. Whitney *

*285-100

Wildair

114

3

7

4nk

42

48

31

35

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney *

*285-100

King Thrush

114

8

5

22

21

2h

4

44

E. Sande

J.K.L. Ross

850-100

Donnacona

114

4

9

7

6½

5½

54

58

J. Pierce

G.W. Loft †

†1615-100

Blazes

126

5

2

52

54

64

63

6

C. F’b’ther

R. Parr

3190-100

On Watch

126

2

3

8

72

76

78

715

N. Barrett

G.W. Loft †

†1615-100

St. Allan

114

1

8

9

86

88

89

83

D. Sterling

No. Shore Stb.

4760-100

Fairway

114

9

6

63

9

9

9

9

J. Butwell

T. Clyde

3300-100

            * Coupled in mutuels as H.P. Whitney entry.

            † Coupled in mutuels as G.W. Loft entry.

Time: :23 2/5, :47 3/5 , 1:12  2/5 , 1:38 1/5 , 1:51 3/5.  Track—fast.

$2 mutuels paid, Man o’ War, $3.60 straight, $2.90 place, $2.90 show: H.P. Whitney entry, $2.50 place, $3.00 show.

Equivalent booking odds—Man o’ War, 80 to 100 straight, 45 to 100 place, 45 to 100 show: H.P. Whitney entry, 25 to 100 place, 50 to 100 show.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:08. At post 6 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War, rushed to the front in run to the first turn, set a terrific early pace, and, subduing King Thrush in the first three-quarters, had something in reserve when Upset challenged in the stretch.  Upset hung on with determination, hard punished all the way.  Wildair was topping in the last eighth.  Donnacona, away slowly, was cut off when the break came.  King Thrush was speedy, but failed to stay the route.  The others were always outpaced.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Withers Stakes

BELMONT PARK, NY., May 29, 1920

FOURTH RACE—1 Mile (Sept. 7, 1914-1:36 3/-3-112)  Forty-fifth running of the WITHERS STAKES. $6,000.  Guaranteed Value.  3-year-olds. Allowances. Net Value to Winner, $4,825: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

126

2

1

12

1

12

12

12

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-7

out

Wildair

114

1

3

2½

28

210

212

212

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney

6

out

David Harum

122

3

2

3

3

3

3

3

C. F’b’ther

W.R. Coe

30

4

out

           

Time: :24, :47 1/5, 1:11, 1:35 4/5   (New American Record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:12. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War assumed command at the start, displayed wonderful speed under restrain, and won under a stout pull.  Wildair made a game effort rounding the turn, but could never get up to the leader.  David Harum was outpaced the entire race.

            Scratched—Hasten On, 118.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Belmont Stakes

BELMONT PARK, NY., June 12, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 1 3/8 Miles (June 13, 1919-2:173/5 -3-126)  Fifty-second running of the BELMONT STAKES.  Guaranteed Value $10,000 and Plate Valued at $250.  3-year-olds.. Net Value to Winner, $7,700: second, $1,500.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

126

1

1

12

12

17

112

120

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-25

out

Donnacona

126

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

N. Barrett

G.W. Loft

20

out

           

Time: 2:14 1/5  (New Track Record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:12. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily.  Man o’ War, hard held in the early running, opened up a long lead entering the main track, but was taken under a pull in the final sixteenth.  Donnacona was not persevered with when the leader drew away, and was eased up in the closing strides.

            Scratched—David Harum, 126.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Stuyvesant Handicap

JAMAICA, NY., JUNE 22, 1920

FOURTH RACE—1 Mile (June 19, 1919-1:38 4/5 -3-129)  Fifth running of the STUYVESANT HANDICAP. Guaranteed Value $5,000. 3-year-olds.. Net Value to Winner, $3,850: second, $700.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

135

1

1

15

14

17

18

18

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-100

out

Yellow Hand*

103

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

J. Callahan

R. Wilson

60

out

            * Added starter.

Time: :25 3/5, :49, 1:14 1/5 , 1:41 3/5 .  Track—good.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:02. At post 4 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won easily; second driving. 

Man o’ War, outbreaking his opponent, drew away into a long lead under stout restraint and was eased up in the last eighth.  Yellow Hand, away slowly, was outrun for the entire journey.

            Scratched—Dominique, 126; Irish Dream, 110; On Watch, 121; Krewer, 107.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Dwyer Stakes

AQUEDUCT, NY., July 10, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 11/8  Miles (June 25, 1917-1:49 2/5 -9-117)  Thirty-second running of the DWYER STAKES. Purse $6,000 Guaranteed. 3-year-olds.  Allowances.  Net Value to Winner, $4,150: second, $700.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

126

1

2

1½

1h

1h

1½

1

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-5

out

John P. Grier

108

2

1

2

2

2

2

2

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney

18-5

out

            Time: :23 2/5, :46, 1:09 3/5, 1:36, 1:49 1/5   (New American Record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:05. At post 2 minutes.  Start good and slow.  Won ridden out; second driving. Man o’ War rated in front under steady restraint for the first three quarters, responded courageously under intermittent punishment through the stretch, and drew clear under hard urging in the last sixteenth.  John P. Grier ran in close pursuit of the leader the entire race, assumed a slight lead between calls in the stretch, but faltered the last seventy yards and Ambrose eased him up in the closing strides.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Miller Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 7, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 13/16 Miles (August 16, 1918-1:56-4-131)  Thirty-first running of the MILLER STAKES. Purse, $2,500.  Added.  3-year-olds.  Net Value to Winner, $4,700: second, $700: third, $300.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

131

2

1

1

1

13

14

16

E. Sande

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-30

out

Donnacona

119

1

2

22

23

23

23

24

N. Barrett

G.W. Loft

6

out

King Albert

114

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

C. Borel

T. Monahan

30

4

out

           

Time: :24, :47 1/5, 1:11, 1:35 4/5  (New American Record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:12. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War held his opponents safe all the way, was taken under stout restraint rounding the upper turn, and was never extended.  Donnacona, in close pursuit of the leader for three-quarters, was not persevered with when the winner drew away.  King Albert was outclassed, but raced gamely.

            Scratched—Biff Bang, 114.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Travers Stakes

SARATOGA, NY., August 21, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 1¼ Miles (August 2, 1920-2:014/5 -4-129)  Fifty-first running of the TRAVERS STAKES. Guaranteed Value $12,500.  3-year-olds.  Allowances.  Net Value to Winner, $9,275: second, $2,000: third, $1,000.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

129

1

1

11

12

14

14

1

E. Sande

Gl. Riddle Farm

2-9

out

Upset

123

3

3

3

3

3

211

27

J. Rod’g’ez

H.P. Whitney *

18-5

out

John P. Grier

115

2

2

26

25

21

3

3

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney *

18-5

out

           

*Coupled in betting; no separate place or show betting.

Time: :23 1/5  , :46 3/5 , 1:10, 1:35 3/5, 2:014/5   (Equals track record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:34. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War took the lead at the start, and setting a terrific pace in the early running, raced John P. Grier into defeat and was under restraint through the stretch.  Upset, after being saved to the last turn, closed up resolutely in the last quarter and easily passed John P. Grier, but the leader easily held him safe.  John P. Grier endeavored to keep pace with the leader for the first three-quarters, but tired badly in the stretch and finished eased up.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Lawrence Realization

BELMONT PARK, NY., Sept. 4, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 15/8  Miles (Sept. 6, 1919-2:47 3/5 -3-116)  Twenty-eighth running of the LAWRENCE REALIZATION. Purse $5,000. Added. 3-year-olds.Net Value to Winner, $15,040: second, $1,033.33.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

126

2

2

120

120

130

150

1100

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-100

1-100

out

Hoodwink *

126

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

E. Ambrose

Mrs. W. Jeffords

80

60

out

* Added starter

Time: :233/5 , :47 4/5 , 1:13, 1:38 2/5 , 2:03 4/5, 2:28 4/5, 2:40 4/5   (New American Record). Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:42. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily.  Man o’ War set a great pace under stout restraint the first three-quarters, displayed his flight of speed rounding the lower turn.  In the stretch he was taken under restraint again.  Hoodwink made no effort to keep pace with the leader.

            Scratched—Sea Mint, 116.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Jockey Club Stakes

BELMONT PARK, NY., Sept. 11, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 1½  Miles (Oct. 12, 1908-2:32 1/5 -3-106)  Second running of the JOCKEY CLUB STAKES. Purse $5,000. Added. 3-year-olds and upwards. Mares and Entire Horses.  Weight for Age.  Net Value to Winner, $5,850: second, $1,000.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

W

P

S

Man o’ War

118

2

1

14

15

18

112

115

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

1-100

out

Damask

118

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

E. Ambrose

H.P. Whitney

80

out

Time: :25, :49 1/5 , 1:38 4/5 , 2:03 2/, 2:28 4/5 , (New American Record).  Track—fast.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:44. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily.  Second driving.  Man o’ War under steady restraint the first mile, opened up a long lead in the stretch, and won under a pull.  Damask ran a creditable race.

            Scratched—Sea Mint, 118.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Potomac Handicap

HAVRE DE GRACE, MD, Sept. 18, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 11/16 Miles (September 22, 1917-1:45-3-105)  Sixth running of the POTOMAC HANDICAP.  3-year-olds.  Net Value to Winner, $6,800: second, $2,000: third, $1,000: fourth, $500.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

Equiv. Odds

Man o’ War

138

4

1

1

1

11

1

1

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

15-100

Wildair

108

3

2

32

34

25

210

215

F. C’ltletti

H.P. Whitney

1010-100

Blazes

104½

1

4

2

2nk

35

33

32

A. Schu’g’r

R. Parr *

*955-100

Paul Jones

114

2

3

4

4

4

4

4

J. Rod’g’ez

R. Parr *

*955-100

            * Coupled in betting as R. Parr entry.

Time: :23, :47 3/5 , 1:113/5 , 1:38 1/5 , 1:44 4/5 .  Track—fast.

$2 mutuals paid, Man o’ War, $2.30 straight, no place or show mutuals sold.

Equivalent booking odds—Man o’ War, 15 to 100 straight.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 4:49. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily: second and third driving.  Man o’ War was a bit fractious at the post, but broke well and assumed command under a strong pull round the first turn, then Kummer rated him along easily and he drew away without effort when Wildair challenged about the middle of the stretch, a was easing up at the finish.  Wildair ran a splendid race, but at no time appeared dangerous, but was easily best of the others.  Blazes ran well for the first three-quarters, then tired.  Paul Jones showed no speed at any stage.

            Scratched—King Thrush, 103; Siren Maid, 87; Shoal, 92.

            Overweight—Blazes, 2½ pounds.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)

 

 

Kenilworth Park Gold Club

KENILWORTH PARK., Oct. 12, 1920

FOURTH RACE — 1¼  Miles (Oct. 18, 1916-2:09 2/5-5-102)  Purse $75,000 and $5,000. Gold Cup. 3-year-olds and upwards.  Weight for Age.  Net Value to Winner, $75,000 and $5,000. Gold Cup.

Horses

Wt.

PP.

St.

¼

½

¾

Str.

Fin.

Jockeys

Owners

Equiv. Odds

Man o’ War

120

2

1

12

12

15

16

17

C. Kummer

Gl. Riddle Farm

5-100

Sir Barton

126

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

F. Keogh

J.K.L. Ross

555-100

Time: :23, :46 2/5, :59 1/5, 1:11 4/5, 1:37 2/5, 2:03, (New Track Record).  Track—fast.

$2 mutuals paid, Man o’ War, $2.10 straight, no place or show mutuals sold.

Equivalent booking odds—Man o’ War, 5 to 100 straight.

            Winner—Ch. c. by Fair Play–Mahubah by Rock Sand, trained by L. Feustel, bred by Mr. August Belmont.  Went to post at 3:37. At post 1 minute.  Start good and slow.  Won easily.  Second driving.  Man o’ War bounded to the front when the barrier was released, and, setting a great pace for this track, won all the way never fully extended. Keogh went to the whip before they had gone a quarter but was unable to improve his position.

            Scratched—Wickford, 126.

Copyright 1920 Triangle Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form)





 


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