Cougle's Latest Longshot., Daily Racing Form, 1896-10-31


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COUGLES COULEES LATEST LONGSHOT LONGISH It rained hard at Ideal Park track Friday and the going was very heavy Still the racing was good two of the finishes being close closeCharles consecrates Charles Cougle Coulee took quite a bit out of the ring over the victory of his filly Nannie Nannies Dunn She was in the first race along with a cheap lot of maidens and as good as 10 to 1 was laid against her At post time 6 to 1 was the best price in the ring Armstrong rode the filly and did it none too well yet she won by a short head from Katie L who could not have been worse handled handledThe handled The other close finish came out of the fourth race a seven furlong condition affair for all ages Rollers Nairette Aigrette was the favorite and won by a narrow margin from Cynthia H Clays judgment and strong riding of the filly on the end won the race raceRoller bracteole Roller also took another purse with Vanessa in the twoyearold toehold race She was perfectly at home in the going and beat the Oakley Ankle Stables good thing Domitor Dormitory rather handily The latter was backed from 2 to 1 to 7 to 5 and Vanessa was at some stages of the betting as good as 10 to 1 1Florence Florence P beat Sidkel Side and Anna Mayes Ayes in the second event through Caywoods Cawed good judg judge ¬ ment meant and Swordsman ridden by the same boy won the last race with something to spare Roller had quite a good day He started out by holding an election bet made by J E Cush Crush ¬ ing King and W Oliver of the Harlem Stable It is rumored that Roller parlayed the wager on his two If so the bet winner has got a mildly good chance to collect

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