Weola Beats Hi Henry., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-17


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WEOLA EBOLA BEATS HI HENRY HENRYThe Henry The small amount of rain which fell yester ester ¬ day morning seemed to make the track faster than before and the speed was startling Weola Ebola cut half a second off the State record for six fur ¬ longs and Longdale Elongate tied the seven furlong fig ¬ ure cure The usual Saturday crowd was out but it was not a good day for the backers as only two favorites won and they were both at odds on onThe Monte The principal event was a threequarters treasurers of a mile handicap in which Hi Henry 122 Redskin 120 Dr Rico 113 and Weola Ebola 90 faced the starter Walkover was in at 93 pounds but the stable scratched him preferring his chances in the last race of the day at five and a half furlongs As things turned out it would seem as if a mis mils ¬ take was made for from the manner in which the Hankins Hawkins Johnson gelding beat Weola Ebola last Wednesday he should have certainly won yes ¬ terday tray Hi Henry and Redskin opened even favorites but at starting time the latter had the call Weola Ebola was well backed but Dr Rice had few supporters Dr Rice was off in front but Hi Henry and Weola Ebola made the running at a merry clip to the threequarter treasurer pole where the son of Big Henry led by a length little Clay hav have ¬ ing King to pull up Weola Ebola to prevent being forced into the rails as Hi Henry swerved In the stretch Weola Ebola got her head in front and Red ¬ skin closed up At the eighth pole Weola Ebola drew away and won handily in the fast time of 1 14 Redskin beating Hi Henry a neck for the place Dr Rice was twenty lengths back backIn backing In the opening seven furlongs Cassa Casa for once managed to get away from the post and taking the lead on the back stretch she held it to the end winning by a head from B F Fly Jr JrProvident Reproved Provident was a natural favorite in the two yearold earl race Hessville Sessile made the running little Hathersall Heathers keeping Provident behind till well in the stretch when she came away and won easily easilyThere easily There was no pronounced favorite in the sec ¬ ond bond half of the seven furlongs Mike Kelly and Mary L being most fancied Mary L and Cam ¬ pania Tania made the running full half way down the stretch when Longdalo Longfellow came up and won easily in 1 28M equalling equaling the state record recordCalifornia recordation California had it all her own way in the fifth race and Lillian E showed what a good filly she is by defeating such speedy ones as Remedy Walkover and May Fern in the last event eventThe seventh The advance flag was dispensed with yester ester ¬ day and the machine was used alone aloneJohn alone John Brenock Redneck of the Forsyth Forsythia track and flankins flanking Johnson of Sheffield will send sev se ¬ eral feral horses to Torre Tore Haute for the meeting which begins on Monday MondayGeo Monday Geo Geol Carroll has arrived at Sheffield with sev se ¬ eral feral horses and will race in Indiana during the rest of the season seasonThe season The Lakeside Jockey Club commences its meeting Wednesday The programme programmed for the first six days is otitv tit The principal event on the opening day is the Hammond Handicap one mile value 600 On Saturday May 23 the Lakeside Handicap one mile 1000 will be run the entiios entities for which close Wednesday May 20 and on Decoration Day the Decoration Day Handicap one and onequarter conjecturer miles value 1500 will be the principal event

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