Revelstoke wins Voss 3-mile race STEEPLECHASE

April 07, 1991

A record crowd of nearly 2,000 yesterday attended th Elkridge-Harford Point-to-Point, the first leg of the American Timber Season, culminating with the Maryland Hunt Cup on April 27. The featured Edward Voss three-mile timber steeplechase was won by John Fisher's Revelstoke, ridden by Jack Fisher in a time of 6 minutes, 2/5 seconds, over Joe's OK and Capital K. The winner came from five lengths off the pace and is expected make his next start in two weeks at the Butler Grand National.

1st--Maiden Flat

Division A

King's Clere (White)

Peaches Prospect (Fenwick)

Irish Club Trick (Erickson)

Division B

My Last Affair (Gillet)

Military Pride (Williams)

Nick Nijinski (Graham)

2nd--Voss Steeplechase

Revelstoke (Fisher)

Joe's OK (Bosley)

Capital K (Gillet)

3rd--Smithwick Pony Races

Division A -- JA Nicley (Fenwick); Division B -- Thistle Down (Voss); Division C -- Natalie (Conway); Division D -- Dust Devil (Phillips)

4th--George Clements Novice Steeplechase

Division A

Gus's Boy (Fisher)

Magical (Fenwick)

Roman Tent (Sweizer)

Division B

Shinning Beacon (Fisher)

Let's Tango (Neilson)

High As Paul (Schlesinger)

5th--Frank Christmas Amateur Flat Race

Division A

Fractious (Driver)

Princley Rooster (Gillet)

Oficio (White)

6th--Babe Saportas Ladies Timber

Pleasant Sea (McKnight)

Free Runner (Williams)

Big Conoy (Fenwick)

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