Four Favorites At Lakeside., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-25


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FOUR FAVORITES AT LAKESIDE The sun shone at Lakeside yesterday but the track was heavy The attendance was good and the talent picked out the mudlarks maulers four favorites and one well backed second choice coming home in front H Shields rode two winners winnersIn winners In the first race the knowing ones went astray old Zaldivar Salivary who was selected favorite finish ¬ ing King fourth while Mr Duulap Uvula at a good price won handily from Rosa May a rank outsider outsiderFife outsider Fife the favorite had it all her own way in the twoyearold toehold race Tidiness one of the long shots finishing second secondAlvarado secondly Alvarado Allargando in the Pinkerton Stable was con ¬ sidered sidereal the good thing in the third race and he proved it by winning with something to spare from Inspector Hunt HuntService Unserviceable Service in the same interest was the favorite in the fourth race There was a long delay at the post but the result was never in doubt Ser varado farad winning easily from Caufield Coalfield CaufieldThere Coalfield There was a good finish in the fifth race at seven furlongs Outgo the favorite just beating Gunwad Unwed GunwadIn Unfading In the last race there were only two in it Why Virgie Virile Dixon should have beea bee an oddson godson favorite over Jennie June is a mystery Virgie Virile Dixon led to the stretch when Jennie June came away and won at will Ettarre Bettered miserably ridden was third thirdH third H Marks who rode Ettarre Bettered in the last race Tvhen Then questioned by the judges said he had learned to ride in St Louis He was told he had better go back there and was suspended indefinitely indefinitelyThere indefinitely There will be a sale of yearlings in the Lake ¬ side paddock at 10 a m today They are from the Sharon Stock Farm the property of W M Arnett Barnett The yearlings eleven in number are by Imp Dutch Organ a son of Lowlander W C Creveling Reveling is auctioneer auctioneerJ auctioneer J M Murphy at Milwaukee has sold the threeyearold chestnut filly Trilby by Spring ¬ bok book Annapolis to the Springfield Stable and Ed Purser has bought from the Scoggan Slogan Bros Brows the twoyearold toehold chestnut filly Scarf Pin by Springbok Emei Emi aid

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