Hi Henry Beats Lochiel., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-01


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HI HENRY BEATS LOCHIEL CLOCHE LOCHIELFine Clothesline Fine weather again favored the visitors at Forsytb Forest yesterday though the morning was threatening and a few drops of rain fell The track was fast and good time was made Hi Henry with 114 pounds up beating the Indiana five furlongs record by half a second covering the distance in 101M This was the event of the day as Roy Lochiel Cloche was in at 114 pounds and Jennie June at 107 Speculation was confined to these three Hi Henry opening favorite but the money which went in on Roy Lochiel Cloche sent him to the post first choice Jennie June was off in front to a good start followed by Hi Henry and Fast Queen These two raced to ¬ gether ether in front along the back stretch with Roy Lochiel Cloche third and Jennie June pocketed fourth In the stretch Fast Queen gave way to Roy Lochiel Cloche and soon after she dropped back to last Gomor Gomorra who had been lying behind closed up Hi Henry and Roy Lochiel Cloche fought it out all the way home Hi Henry winning by a short lialf loaf length all out while Gomor Gomorra a length and a half behind just beat Jennie June for third plrce price by a neck neckThe necktie The hurdle race produced the sensation of the day Tambio Ambo the winner being at one time 100 to 1 and going to the post at 30 to 1 There had been a quiet tip out on the horse and the stable boys some pikers pickers and a few touts were on to it Tambio Ambo alwaysprominent went to the front at the third hurdle and under Ltvels Levels determined riding and a free use of the whip he remained there to the end beating Miles Standish the even money favorite by a length with Cuuarder Ecuador third ten lengths back Level received an ova ¬ tion ion from his friends and was carried on their shoulders to the jockey room roomWillie Cromwell Willie L despite his dickey legs landed the first event in a hard drive beating Ben Hur Hour thanks to Freemans Freeman determined riding ridingWeola ridding Weola Ebola in the second race earned her fifth consecutive bracket beating Marden Arden Pet who made the running rather easily by half a length Nikita Ikuta who was a strong second choice and Sugar were left at the post postDoctor postdoctoral Doctor G a well backed second choice took the fourth event at seven and a half furlongs May Galop Gallop the favorite being only able to get fourth fourthPanout fourth Panout Peanut had no difficulty in capturing the last race and was the second favorite of the day to reward the talent talentLittle talent Little Pete Clay who it was feared was badly hurt on Wednesday was doing well yesterday and is out of danger dangerH danger H E Kittson Kitts and the Kentucky Stable arrived at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday yesterdayThe yesterday The handicap at threequarters treasurers of a mile which was to have been run at Forsyth Forsythia to ¬ day and in which Redskin 124 Magnet 127 and Roy Lochiel Cloche 112 were entered has been declared off Dan Honig Hong did not care about a heavy weight allotment allotmentJohn allotment John ONeil Neil was pursuaded persuaded into backing Tambio Ambo bet 50 on the good thing and landed 3000 for the investment investmentThe investment The SchoenfeldJockey Everett dispute has got into the courts Presiding Judge Nathan son was yesterday served with an order restrain ¬ ing King him from interfering with the boy using his skill as a jockey at Forsyth Forsythia In consequence Everett rode Sugar and was left at the post postTully spottily Tully Coulter sold yesterday to J H Bauman Busman the twoyear twofer old brown colt Yours Truly by Burlington Boabdilla Boatbill Price 800

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