Sheffield's Good Start., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-03


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SHEFFIELDS SHEFFIELD GOOD START The Sheffield race track opened its gates yes ¬ terday tray under the most favorable conditions The weather was fine the track good despite the rain of the previous night and the attendance very large between 5000 and 6COO persons being present Several improvements have been made in the stand betting ring and restaurant and before the next meeting the place will be trais trails formed M Nathanson Nathan was the presiding with Harry Kuhl Kohl as his confere conferee Richard Dwyer was starter and Clem Clam Creveling Reveling was busy as a bee as secGetary secretary An excellent orchestra under the leadership of Banks Cregier Craggier added not a little to the enjoyment of the large crowd Three favorites were successful and speculation was brisk1 brisk1The The programme programmed was a strong one there being no less than seven races on the card the prin prim ¬ cipal copal event being the May Handicap one mile value 600 Of the original ten who accepted only five came to the post and of these Redskin though he carried the top weight 126 pounds was installed a 3 to 5 favorite Sullross Soulless found strong support at 11 to 5 ani anis he had Tod Todd Sloan in the saddle fresh from his success in Califor Clifford ¬ nia Mia I Tod Todd started with winning the preceding race on Dominico Dominic Lillian E opened at 6 to 1 but though some tarseeing farseeing ones backed her she was 15 to 1 at the post postTo potato To a good start Orinda Rind was off first with Redskin second Lillian E and Sullross Soulless being the last two The light weighted filly at once rushed to the front and at the quarter lea by two lengths Sullross Soulless and Redskin lying second and third At the half Redskin had his head in front of Sullross Soulless with the filly still a length and a half in front There was no change at the threequarters treasurers but in the stretch Redskin showed in front with Sullross Soulless second a head in front of Lillian E The three came on together Red ¬ skin next the rail Lillian E in the middle and Sullross Soulless on the outside At the sixteenth pole Soden Sodden on the favorite tried to draw his whip but he bungled badly and let go his horses head Little Hathersall Heathers on the filly = at still riding with his hands and legs and in a desperate fin ish dish he got home first by a neck with Sullross Soulless the same distance in front of Redskin The close finish must be taken as a triumph forthehandi forehead capper though Redskin with a competent jockey could not have lost lostThe clothe The start for the first event at five furlongs was a bad one Just as the rubber snapped Rosa May wheeled round and got in the way of Cassa Casa Ferryman II and Demirep Demure Rosa May and Cassa Casa were left Woodlake Woodlander led all the way and won easily Jim Berrybeating Browbeating George B Swift bv a neck neckThe necktie The second event was at seven furlongs and Pat Malloy Mallory Jr was the choice The knowing ones have been waiting for some time for Con ¬ stant stat and this was their opportunity for well ridden by Warren she just beat the favor ¬ ite bite a head Royal Prince third the same dist ¬ ance Vance behind behindIn behind In the two year old race Tom Watkins the owuer owner of Easter Eve was fined 50 for not show ¬ ing King up with his filly and Allegro was the other absentee Thomas Paine was favorite but though he go t off in front second was the best he could do Belle of Niles after leading all the way soon after the start winning handily Louis Ezell Bezel started Personne Personnel a good looking son of Leonatus Lents and Countess Gisela Giselle It was his first essay and he was green He showed speed and will do Warren had the mount on Belle of Niles and this made his third succes success ¬ sive skive win Dominico Dominic the favorite led most of the way in the fourth race and won handily at the end from Denver who just beat Buck Knight KnightAnna Knight Anna Mayes Ayes very cleverly ridden by Jimmy Irving landed the sixth event at five furlongs beating Nellie Smith another of Dan Honigs Honing good things by half a length with Bridget third thirdDick third Dick Behan Bean had everything his own way in the last face winning by five lengths from Evana Evan tus thus and John Hickey This performance makes the race at Forsyth Forsythia on Friday look worse than ever and it is probable some action will be taken Dick Behan Bean was bid up 500 over his entered price which was300 by Leo Mayer and bought in by the owner ownerThe owner The Lilly Meade Stable will arrive at Sheffield today with J Hardy as trainer and Ham as jockey Among the horses are Miss Young Herman Booze Miss Rowett Rowe Ray Crystal and others othersHankins others Hankins Hawkins Johnsons Johnson speedy sprinter Roslyn Rosalyn was nerved yesterday by Dr McDonnell The operation was successful successfulB successful B J Johnson was called to Louisville by a telegram yesterday which stated that Louis Drake who is in charge of the Hankins Hawkins John ¬ son stable there had shot a negro negroDave Negroid Dave Waldo Weald won a combination of 790 to 2 yes ¬ terday tray and the book got a bad pounding all about Waldos Wealds was on four horses Constant Dominico Dominic Anna Mayes Ayes and Dick Behan Bean The odds were far overlaid overlaidThis overlaid This weeks work will be commenced on a steeple chase course at Sheffield It will be two miles and have fifteen jumps including a water jump There will be two pieces of ploughed land and the rest turf

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