Caesarian's Sharp Revival., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-26


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CAESARIANS SHARP REVIVAL Fine weather and an improving track marked the Lakeside meeting yesterday The atten attend ¬ dance was large and the racing enjoyable four favorites winningThe winning winning The principal event was a condition race at six furlongs in which Caesarian and Urania Urbana were entered The betting money with both horses at even money but in spite of his wretched performance on Thursday the Know ¬ ing King money sent Caesarian to 3 to 5 while Urania Urbana receded to 7 te 5 The result proved that peo peon ¬ ple pale knew that they were out as Caesarian ran a very different race and won with something Tx spare spareIn sparing In the opening race Hazelhatch Hazel the favorite rather outclassed the field and won handily Bob Clampett Clamped on whom there was a plunge finished second secondOff second Off last in the first half of the 2yearold race Rasendylle Ascendable jupiciously judiciously ridden by Sloan came fast at the finish and in the good going on the outside just beat Whirlaway Whirl a haff chaff brother to Lazzarone Lazar and Handspuu Hands HandspuuAll Hands All Over was an odds on favorite in the mile and an eighth Third was the best he could do Merry Monarch winning in a drive from Second Attempt Button and Viscount were almost even chances in the last half of the twoyearold toehold race but at the post the latter had the call Vis Avis ¬ count well ridden by W Jones won rather easily Sntton Sutton ran another bad race raceService accessories Service was scratched in the last race to make things easy for Inspector Hunt but old John Hickey however upset calculations and won easily easilyDuring easily During the racing a fire broke out in the stablesat stables Forsyth Forsythia and destroyed the stable of Mr Rogers of the Elkton Elton Stock T arm Those of Young W H Roller and Cella Ella Sippy Snippy were in danger Seven or eight horses were burned Elizabeth B 2 by Jim Gore Becky Sharpe a very promising filly Sloppy Ataman Atamans and Mar ¬ gery Gerry B 2 by Luke Blackburn Margery Daw Dawn Elizabeth B and Sloppy were owned by the Elkton Elton Stock Farm and Margery B by S M Sexton One hundred stalls were destroyed The horse loss reached 12OUU and that on prop ¬ erty arty 3000 3000Gillock Gillock Hillock Jackson of East Meade Tenn Tenon sold yesterday to Ruddy Bros Brows a highly tried year ¬ ling bay colt by Major Domo Dom Lady Fairfax Price 1500 1500Macklin Macklin Mackinaw has been engaged to ride for the Merry Glen Stable

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