Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-29


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RACING GOSSIP If there was an ante race book on the Futurity Ornament would be astout stout favorite He is being specially prepared for the race which is run at Coney Island three weeks from yesterday Sat ¬ urday hurdy August 19 Garrison who has this year done some riding such as he used to do will ride the colt Hes Hess doing well the colt There are no bulletins about the Snapper As racing goes on it looks as if the Futurity starters will come from this band of twentysix twenty Don dOro Dora St Bartholomew BartholomewEosinante Bartholomew Eosinante Designate Tempestuous TempestuousParthemax Tempestuous Parthemax Parthenon Scottish Chieftain ChieftainEakin Chieftain Eakin Akin George Kessler KesslerSan Kessler San Mateo Moncreith Noncredit MoncreithTakanassee Takanassee Tallahassee Dr Jim JimEhodesia Ehodesia Rhodesia Lady Mottle MottleOrestes Bottlers Orestes Foresters Ornament OrnamentMeadowthorpe Ornamented Meadowthorpe Meadow Dolce DolceEugenia Eugenia Wickes Wickets Rodermond Prodder Challenger Eidolon Eidola EidolonThe Bedclothes The Cockney Box BoxPanmure Panmure Manure T V W WNo Wino No wonder Ornament is fancied The reports about Eakius Weakfish bad condition may be discounted evfa eva though he isnt isn't sent to the races Hes Hess Dave Gideons Gideon hope and Daves Davies good Parthe Parted ¬ max is a good colt furtively raced Kessloi Kessler and Challenger have great quality San Mateo fit would be a consideration The others have been beateu beaten in races which discount their class classThe caste The Cincinnati papers are badly out of line with tho thou turf One anonymously and the other by name posts Lakeland OBrien O'Brien as a welcher belcher Hops1 Laudemans Laundryman name is used for that of the complainant and the amount of bets said to have been left over from last fall runs in newspaper report from 1000 to 15000 Mr Laudoman Laundromat is said to have com ¬ plained pained to the Latonia Antonia judges and officials of the Turf Congress What bosh OBrien O'Brien is well able to pay all that he owes There may bo an OBrienLaudeman difference to be adjudicated It is certainly no worse OBrien O'Brien is solvent and one of the best bettors of the western turf though he may not be one of the wisest wisestThe wisest The Western turf needs more control Its too broad and wide for its government Either tho thou government must be enlarged or that in tho thou saddle made more embracive embrace The East has its faults The powers there are short of sight and too local But they rule what they rule abso abs ¬ lutely lately At that the government of both Ameri America ¬ can turf sections is mild and grannyish grannies com ¬ pared with that of the English Jockey Club That is a sensible despot and one can hardly consider a government more wise in a broad way than one of elastic despotism despotismJohn despotism John Carter a keen horseman and Latonias Platonism presiding judge suggests shorter meetings as a turf tonic His gaze is local Cincinnati racing has graded off this year as it always will when Chicago has a chance at tho thou sport St Louis always feels the same influence Mr Carter suggests legislative action through racing in fluences fluencies for strengthening restriction Has he weighed ruralism unrealism let us call it the diplomac diplomacy of rival interests in such virile racing fields as those about Chicago and Cincinnati Legisla Legislate ¬ tion ion as bearing upon racing will not do Tho Theo only available method to be used is temperate combination Bad laws are worse than no laws at all Th3 average hacks at racing by legisla legislate ¬ tures tues have all been vile They either declared through ignorance of English or in a spirit of mischief and macing acing exactly what they were not meant to declare or were spiteful narrow and illfitting filliping as abigsaersucker coat on a small

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