Handspring And Hastings., Daily Racing Form, 1896-06-09


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HANDSPRING AND HASTINGS HASTINGSPhil Hastings Phil Dwyer tells the good Eastern folks that his orders to Simms Sims beat Handspring for the Belmont stakes He says I blame nobody for the loss of the race other than myself Instructions beat Handspring and thats hats all there is to it I supposed natur nature ¬ ally that thire hire would be some pace from the start a t M Sirnms Sirens to drop in behind in sec oud loud or ti place arid wait until the stretch was ret 1 tu u t come n the outside wheTP wheT Ha tiugu tug id La euu eau cuatice cuticle to lean on him If Simms Sims had not been hampered by orders he could have gone on from the start and won the race then and there At any rate Im satisfied with my colt coltMr colt Mr Belmont was naturally overjoyed at win ¬ ning Ming the stake connected as it is with the memory of his father It proved to him too that he Jdid Did not make any mistake in buying Hastings HastingsHandspring Hastings Handspring and Hastings do not meet in any of the big stake events for threeyearolds at Gravesend Graves but they are in the Hempsteod Hempstead Han ¬ dicap dicta of 2000 at six furlongs to be run Thurs ¬ day June 18 Hastiugs Hastings next big race will be for the Realization at sheepshead shepherd Bay where ho must meet Requital Handspring is notelig motel ble able However some way may be discovered whereby these threesearolds thresher may be brought together

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