Batten's Good Harlem Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-06-18


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BATTENS GOOD HARLEM RACE RACEFridays Acedias Fridays Harlem track was slow The footing for about fifteen feet out from the inner rail was covered with a dry crust but horses strid Astrid ¬ ing King in it left loot prints from two to four inches deep Jockeys avoided it so far as possible and trainers generally instructed them to do so As a consequence the racing was all done some distance out from the inside On the outside the going was dry and firm The track should be in good order today todayThere godfathered There were fourteen starters in the first race Hothersall Others was made the favorite with Sir Hobart and Treeby Trebly second and third choices Tully Coulter won 16 from his stable men and boys laying long odds against Hothersall Others and would like to have somebody explain why the horse was held at a short price by the ring Miss Wise rated along to the head of the stretch and then drew away from the field She prom ¬ ised isled to be an easy winner but tired at the end endThe menthe The right horses were made first and second choices in the second race Roger B backed to odds on was never extended and Fresco easily secured the place The field finished in Indian file strung out a hundred yards yardsPearl arsenal Pearl Walker had little trouble in winning the third race Getting away well she was always at the front She and Good Friend the favorite made the turn almost abreast Straightening for home Good Friend was in difficulties Nannie Nannies Davis finished with sur slur ¬ prising praising strength and easily beat the favorite for the place placeAn placeman An allowance purse for 2yearold3 enabled Batten to get in a soft spot in the fourth race Rosa L drew up to him in the stretch When Hill eased Batten a little he went away from her and romped home The Dragoon showed himself to be much the best of the others othersThe others The fifth event was at a mile Ollie Mollie Dixon the favorite lay far back tlie lie first five furlongs Pinar Pindaric del Rio did little better Nearing the threequarters treasurers the pair moved up In the stretch they had the race to themselves the favorite winning with little effort effortThe effort The Tarcoon Garcon finished first in the closing race and was disqualified He came from behind in the stretch and bumped into the leader King Bermuda After straightening out Tving Ting Ber Beer ¬ muda mud assumed a clear lead of an open length At the threesixteenths The Tarcoon Garcon was lapped on the leader When hit with the whip The Tarcoon Garcon swerved to the left and bumped against Bermuda When Turner quit using his whip The Tarcoon Garcon forged ahead and was clearly the better horse The judges called the boys into the stand Turner ad ¬ mitted emitted the bumping but said he could not have helped it the horse did it getting away from the whip Had Turner not used his whip he would have won After dressing Turner and Cay wood met The latter said That was tough to lose that way You could beat that horse anyway but you hit him pretty hard If I could only have made my Lerse Erse run straight he would have beaten both of you He swerved all over the track Turner replied The bump made no differ ¬ ence fence in the result excepting to get me disquali disqualify ¬ fied field When touched with the whip my horse make a rank swerve and 1 couldnt couldn't hold him out I was just getting up to him when it happened I didnt didn't cross him or stop him al ¬ though I hit him pretty hard When we got straightened my horse passed him and went away from him himFred informed Fred Foster will arrive this morning from St Louis with seven horses He has notified Sec rotary Nathanson Nathan that Eva Rice will be a sure starter in the Senior Stakes CONTINUED ON SElOND Solon F AUE AU BATTENS GOOD HARLEM RACE RACEDave Raced Dave Waldo Weald did satisfactory cantering work yesterday morning He may be seen at the post next week Trainer Glasscock Glass is not disposed to hurry him and may not start him before the Washington Park meeting meetingPearl meeting Pearl Barnes was shipped to St Louis yester ester ¬ day dayIn drain In the Senior Stakes at Harlem today J Hill will be astride of Pingree Pongee H Martin will be on Midian Indian and Caywood Cawed will pilot Warrenton Warren WarrentonBlack Warrantable Black Venus has about recovered from the kick given her by King Barleycorn She worked a half yesterday morning in 54 and cooled out without showing any lameness lamenessWillie lameness Willie Martin will ride Pink Coat in the St Louis Derby today The colt is in at 107 pounds Pat Dunne has gone to St Louis with him Because of his contract with Mr Dunne Martin had to decline a mount on Plaudit Charlie Thorpe Willie Martin and J Morgan left last night for St Louis Morgan goes to ride Jackanapes in the Derby He returns Sun ¬ day morning and leaves Sunday night for Mon ¬ tana Tania to ride for Mr Marcus Daly Dally DalyPrince Alpine Prince Poniotowski of San Francisco was at Harlem yesterday He has a farm at Bur lingame lingam and Magnet is at the head of the stud The prince has five 2yearolds by St Carlo which he expects to race in the east this year Two of them St Kristine and Tenebrae Tenerife are at Harlem in charge of James Coffey who trains Dr Rowells Rowels string stringTHOS strengths THOS ETHOS J GALLAGHER

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