Behan Beats Rubberneck., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-27


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BEHAN BEAN BEATS RUBBERNECK RUBBERNECKFine Rubbernecking Fine weather overhead a fast track which was made a trifle slow by a strong wind blowing down the straight and a large crowd were the features at Lakeside yesterday The racing was good though only two favorites Cora Havill Hail in the first and Dick Behan Bean in the fourth were successful The clever midget Hothersall Others rode three winners winnersIn winners In the opening event Cora Havill Hail went to the front directly after the start and staying there to the end won handily from Mr Dunlap Dunlop DunlapYours Adulators Yours Truly was the favorite for the twoyea6 old race but the weight was too much for him Snag made the running and looked like a win ¬ ner near in the stretch but Harry Gwyne Wayne collared him at the sixteenth polo and just beat him home Miss Chambers ran an improved race Nikita Ikuta was most fancied for the mile but Toots was well played Toots led most of the way and won a good race by a head Nikita Ikuta was inter ¬ fered feared with by Starbeam Stream at the threequarters treasurers turn and had to almost pull up She came very fast at the finish finishThough Finnish Though there were some fast ones in the three quarter mile handicap Dick Bohan Bhang was made favorite Rubberneck made the running into the stretch when Dick Behan Bean came up and won handily Helen Wren got second place in a hard drive Warren rode Weola Ebola very badly and John Brenock Redneck has dispensed with his service serviceMay serviceman May Fern and Overella Oversell were the most fancied in tho thou fifth event but old Glenoid Genocide who is very fit just now beat her out Warren again riding poorly on May Fern FernIn Fern In tho thou last race there was a plunge on Medd Med ¬ ler leer with Overton Overtone up He acted badly at the post but got off well and led till the head of the stand where he weakened and Excuse coming on won with something to spare from Mary L LTully Tully Tully Coulter has sold to Mr Bauman Busman of tho thou Suburban Stable tho thou 2yearyearold colt The Galley Slave by Cavalier Linnet price 800 and the 3yearold filly Aunt Sallio Sallie by Bramble Sallie Harper to J W Hawhie Awhile who used to be connected with the trotters for 250

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