St. Callatine's Englewood., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-01


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ST CALLATINES COLLATIONS ENGLEWOOD Although the day was such a scorcher as to suggest the torrential rains mentioned in the dispatches of the Spanish general the weather was not so distressing as that of Wednesday The horses in their stalls then sweated most terribly while yesterday they munched their oats seemingly in perfect com ¬ fort fortThe forth The attendance was as large as that of any day of the presont present week the Englewood Stakes drawing out enthusiasts This race promised much as of those engaged were Sardonic Her Favor and Martha II brought up from Cin Cain ¬ cinnati innate in the morning the first second and third horses of the Latonia Antonia Oaks of Saturday last There was also St Callatine Palatine whose recent performances proved her fitness and when good in California she was considered of class super ¬ ior Igor to Sardonic Uarda Guardia another starter won the Cincinnati Oaks as also a selling stake at Louisville Tho Theo outsiders Miss Gussie Gussied winner of a stake at Detroit and the Canadian Derby at Fort Erie and Graziella Grazie were scarcely thought of in connection with first money Afamada Alameda was added at the post postSt postS St Callatine Palatine with a big boy up had worked iffc Ziff mile in 1 48 Wednesday morning and was made the favorite Sardonic being next in demand Riley Grannan Granada bet on Uarda Guardia Afamada Alameda led into the back stretch Martha II second Just after the turn was made Sardonic was cut off and her chance destroyed At the half Uarda Guardia and Miss Gussie Gussied were just abead bead of Her Favor who looked likely to go to the front if let down St Calla ¬ tine moved up on the far turn and one quarter from home she led the pack and the race was over despite the fact that Miss Gussies Hussies bid at the betting shed set Clawson Lawson riding with his hands Uardas Auras third was lengths better than Sardc Shard nics nicks fourth others pulled up upCherry pacer Cherry Leaf well piloted by Clawson Lawson through the bunch around the first turn went out in front and with head swinging and never ex 1 tended won all the way Button three pounds overjwas overawes always second Virginia Bradley had a bet on him The third place was con ¬ tested hotly by Moncreith Noncredit and Mistral II the latter carrying the commission of Col Cool M Lewis Clark Don Orsino Orinoco was knocked out of it on the clubhouse turn but finished well up Olinthus Plinths and Greatland Greenland were in front passing the fkg kg but the former was soon done and the other by interference fell away Kentucky Colonel taking command at once and not again headed winning as he pleased pleasedGreatland pleased Greatland Greenland got going in the homestretch and finished second from Cambrian third thirdMiss tiredness Miss Marks a 100 to 1 shot was second to Ker Keri tucky tuck Colonel an eighth from the wire wireThe wreathe The time 541 seconds beat the track record by a quarter of a second Cherry Leaf ran the last mile in the first race in 1 39I 39IIt It was McGuigans Michigan pleasure1 to start Ben Hadad Add in the mile dash instead of that one quarter mile less in distance The colt ran in the lead under a stout pull fbr br threequarters treasurers thf theft n when let down stopped His price had advanced from 3 to 5 to 9 to 10 Fervor on his last race was fancied but Simon W won through Thorpes Thorps skill in getting him next the theMs heMs Ms thus gaining ground as against Fervor fao faro rounded into the home stretch on the out ¬ side sideA ideA A suspicious man might have figured out a scheme to land the goods with Fervor defeated by an outsider but no race of this character is ever seen at Washington Park and Riley Gran Grand nan bet heavily on the winner winnerC winner C lawson who had won on Cherry Leaf and St Calatine Palatine scored a third win on Hurly Burly and rode the race in a masterly manner Get ¬ ting off in front he at once took back Dave Waldo Weald setting the pace The Manxman Mamma second At the last turn Foucon Soupcon got Algol through on the rail and was leading an eighth out from The Manxman Mamma Here Clayton on the latter looked around and seeing Clawson Lawson coming from the ruck truck began whipping seeing which Foucon Soupcon also went to work although Algol was yet two lengths ahead of Hurly Burly Claw son sat still winning easily easilyIt easily It seems as if he had something on the other boys It was remarked Jockeys change form as much as the horses for Skeots Sets Mar ¬ tin on the coast could outride Clawson Lawson shoes to plates yet now never wins a race How ¬ ever form was quite upset in the rapid improve ¬ ment meant of Hurly Burly On this race Blumenthal Lumen won 3400 thus getting even on the day Here also the track record was beaten beatenThat beaten That Skeets Skeet Martin rides well and still can ¬ not win was shown when Hohenzollern could never get to Nathanson Nathan ridden by a wee darkey darkly named Rose The winner since falling into the hands of Biscuit Bill has been given the grand prep and lives out his races in a man ¬ ner near testifying to the ability of a trainer who be ¬ lieves levees in giving em a lot of it as shown when at Harlem Nathanson Nathan was worked strongly at daybreak after winning in the dusk of the even ¬ ing King previous As gcod cod as 20 to 1 to show was obtainable about Croesus Cress and Bluff got on at such price priceThe pricket The prices laid by the bookmakers were so liberal that Peter Riley made the remark Just let the public pick the card some day and alterwards afterwards there will be no bookmakers bookmakersEd bookmakers Ed Wagner was looking for 200 to 1 Croesus Cress but a man beat him to the price but his brother Sam played his horse to show and bet S25 each way on Nathanson Nathan Tom Barrett Barrette won 1800 on the last named horse but Charles Brossman Grossman Imps trainer made the star winning of the day beating Cherry Leaf for 100 Kentucky Colonel for 200 and Hurly Burly for 200 at 21 3 and 8 to 1 respectively respectivelyC respectively C A Tilles Tiles of St Louis arrived yesterday morning to see his filly Her Favor perform performSweeney performs Sweeney Serenely says there will be an addition of ten books at the cut in Saturday SaturdaySutton Saturdays Sutton reported sold to L A Legg Leggy is still the property of B J Johnston

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