David Tenny's Fast Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-06-30


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Washington Park yesterday was anything but a comfortable spot the steaming atmosphere and fiery sun heating up everything even to the bookmakers who gambled high amongst them ¬ selves throwing aside their wellknown welkin pen ¬ chant for percentages in their favor favorThe favorite The track was at its best The attendance was smaller than any day of the meeting meetingBoanerges meeting Boanerges Beaneries plunged on by Riley Grannan Granada on Tuesday was by the same bookmaker cop ¬ pered perked on Wednesday although his 13 to 10 was not the highest price Ed Austin opening Mc Guigans Guiana horse at 3 to 2 Grannan Granada backed Rosi Rosin nante Nantes strongly at 20 to 1 and laid the highest price against The Devil DevilA Devil A roar of disapproval greeted the starter as Boanerges Beaneries led passing the stand but the dis dais ¬ pleasure of the public was uncalled for as the horses ran closely together at the turn into the back stretch The Devil hung to the favorite while The Elector third was taking things easily Rosinante Obstinate being soon beaten At the last quarter Clawson Lawson sent The Devil to the Xront Front and when The Elector made his bid at kgV kV etting betting ring the denizen of Hades easily shook him off The post betting was dutch an investment of 108 yielding at the best prices the return of a winning of 2 on The Devil 10 on The Elector 3 on Boanerges Beaneries and 4 on Rosinante Obstinate RosinanteKing Obstinate King Barleycorn had little trouble in winning although Willie Howard led hima him way from the pobt pot Aprils Lady well backed by R Tucker and other horsemen on the strength of a work in 1 02 was always the contender by reason of the poor start given Pat Dunnes Dunes Survivor who was favorite for place W Martin after getting off badly made no use of Survivor until the last eighth then bringing Aprils Lady to such dis dais ¬ tress that it looked as if she must have been beaten had Martin started his run sooner soonerW sooner W Martin showed his generalship in his splended splendid ride on David Tennylay Tanya ing King off in third position to the last eighth and then riding vigorously to the wire Bellicoso Bellicose first away had been taken back behind Traverser Traverse who jauntily stepped up the back stretch in the lead He cried give me a chair however at the last three sixteenth post and was soon beaten Bellicoso Bellicose was only collared by David Tenny Teeny in the last few jumps Martin got off none too well but saved ground on the first turn Again the bookmakers were to a dutch as 190 spread around would have netted at least 6 profit no matter which one of the quartet should win winMary Weimar Mary Black dodged off to an indifferent start but only led on sufferance from Enchanter who shot into second place early Cash Day being prominent the first quarter When ready Turner went to the front with Enchanter and won as he pleased If was understood that a different policy than usual prevailed in the Ryan camp and that Tartarian Agrarian was not to be allowed to make the pace It succeeded for the favorite was never better than third Lady Irene carried the smart money moneyAfamada Afamada Alameda Clawson Lawson up come and back her sang the bookies who kept advancing the price JfcJ what turned out to be a good thing the tilly stilly by the Duke of Montroso Montrose taking the track and winning all the way The colored brigade kept on playing her from 3 up to 6 to 1 and the race produced the only yell of exultation of the meeting from the swarms that play darkey darkly in ¬ formation formationThe formation The Duke of Haven now owned by W H Daniels Daniel and Clint De Witt Witty could not beat Tenole Ennoble through the stretch Tom Toher Other ran an astonisl astonish ingly jingly good raco race and in fourth position at the finish was comiig commixing with a wet sail The others were beaten off Mr Wm SI Barnes proprietor of the Mel ¬ bourne stud farmJLexington Ky when inter ¬ viewed yesterday in regard to the private sale of ten first class yearlings to John W Schorr Scorer Son confirmed the statement about the sale and says they are a grand lot and by nine differ ¬ ent Kent sires but also says the reported price of 315000 is fictitious and that he did not get any ¬ thing like that amount He evidently does not believe in misrepresentation and the giving out of boom prices pricesCharley prices Charley Quinn and Jake Marklein Marlin were at the track trackCharley Charley Brossman Grossman said that in the Suburban several horses beat Imp for speed and she could never get up He got as good as 7 to 1 for his money Imp had no chance in her last race carrying 135 pounds poundsYesterday Yesterday was cutin cutting day and twentyfive twenty concerns were doing business Ed Kelly Kid Weller Dweller Jackman Packman Thompson George North William Riley Barney Wolf Maxey Mae Blumen Lumen thal hal George Rose M Elias Sam Wagner J Flaonigan Laotian J OLeary O'Leary R Grannan Granada Budd Buddy White Leo Mayer W H Laudeman Laundryman Phillips Marsh Redon Redo E Martin Bluff S Summer field Dave Wright Ed Austin and P Riley were the names posted postedM posted M Blumenthal Lumen lost 1500 on Boanerges Beaneries and said I enjoyed the ride as I was figuring on the waiting race of the day before and got exactly the reverse This goes to show the value of the tab tabIt ambit It was rumored that somebody bet heavily on Tartarian Agrarian TartarianSome Tractarianism Some outstanding winning tickets of the six bookmakers that ducked the issueof issue the second cut in were ordered paid through the agency of bookmakers still doing business

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