The National Derby Field., Daily Racing Form, 1896-06-18


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THE NATIONAL DERBY FIELD FIELDST FIELDS ST Louis Mo June 17 Ramiro Argentina and Don Carillo Carillon had their workout for the 20 000 National Derby to be run Saturday today The track was fast The race was a mile and a quarter and in a tremendous horse race the three finished heads apart on the post the filly jvinning jinni Don Carillo Carillon was second and Ramiro last The latter was worked on an extra fur ¬ long This insures Don Carillo Carillon as a starter Schreiber is looking for a heavier boy He may take J Murphy John Morris telegraphed that he would be here with Byron McClelland Macmillan to ¬ morrow The colt is said to have worked great guns gunsBallard gumball Ballard and Tod Todd Sloan will come from New York to ride Ramiro and Argentina The field at present outlook will be Horses Jockeys Wgts Gets WgtsBen Ben looBeuEder lobule Brush JPm3 loo lobo BeuEder Bleeder Thorpe 122 Prince Lief Leif LiefRamiro Livermore Perkins Ramiro Ballard RamiroArgentina Argentina ArgentinaCaptive Argentina T Sloan CaptiveDon Captive Captive Martin Don Carillo Carillon CarilloByron Carillon J Murphy Byron McClelland Macmillan H Williams To this Semper Simper Ego Ramiro by Fonso Fonts and Loki may be added The track will be light ¬ ning Ming fast if no more rain falls

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