Fervor's Sparkling Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-03


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FERVORS SPARKLING RACE RACEWorse Racehorse Worse and more of it was the general com ¬ ment meant auent aunt the weather at Washington Park yesterday John Rodegap Bodega said that he came up fromSt froSt Louis to keep cool but that in heat as in everything else Chicago quite outclassed the city on tother tether end of the Big Bridge Twenty seven regular bookmakers were on and business was transacted as outlined by RACING FORM in the morning morningThe morning The block man of each concern sat on a stool and handled the money his hat bearing a bit of pasteboard telling customers who and what he was with reference to cashing winning tickets The sheet writer sat beside him and kept a sharp lookout on the other financial transactions as the tray used in many cases to hold the money was apt to get joggled by the seething sweating mass of humanity that in its eagerness to see the odds swarmed about There were no slates the odds being posted on the program of the day dayRe daRe Re erring to the change in the betting system Paddy Ryan exclaimed Did anyone ever sr anything so ridiculous tflrfommy Burns whose time of suspension had expired was up on Macy Marcy always a 4 to 5 shot Hurly Burly delayed the start and after several breakaways Hildreths Childbirths filly in getting away in inside position was bumped and at the club house was nearly thrown down so that in entry to the backstretch she was absolutely Gra Graf ziella Zillah was indulged with the lead Macy Marcy lying second at the half Hurly Burly getting through on inside third The Roman fourth others out of it Macy Marcy won as he pleased pleasedRiley pleased Riley Graunan Grumman and Hops Laudeman Laundryman got off a good thing in Onomastus Conformists getting on at 8 and 10 to 1 and playing the colt both ways Th son of Onondaga went to the front at once and won handily Kentucky Colonel was fourth on the outside on the upper turn but finished second on the rail The start was delayed by Ostra Rostra who ran furthest at the breakaways Gold Fox was prominent for three furlongs Onum Conium asms ass was an 8 to 5 chance for the last race on Derby Day but Jinks and Queen of Song ran first and second secondThe second The Oakwood Lakewood Handicap 1 18 miles a fixture that in former years was noted for producing a field of firstclass fistulas horses dwindled down to six start ers and none of these was of the quality of such horses as Racine and kindred winners of the years gone by What Er Lou on tho thou strength of wins of two big handicaps at St Louis was made favorite at 6 to 5 while at the beginning of the batting from 4 to 6 to 1 could be had against any other starter What Er Lou went to the post at 9 to 5 anything else could be hadat adapt 41 to 1 1Imp Imp off first Judge Denny Deny last to a good start was joined by Timemaker Tidemark and the pair ran first and second to the middle of the last turn where Fervor always close up displaced Schorrs Scorers horse and What er Lou came up Just entering the straight it was a pretty contest but soon it resolved into a threehorse threescore race amongst the placed horses At the Ikst Kist eighth Fervor passed through between Imp inside and What er Lou For a few strides the trio hung Then Fervor without urging passed ahead and the race was over many rods from tlif life wire Fervors post price was 5 to 1 straight and 2 to 1 place Morte Mote Fonse Fosse laid up close to Lew Blew Hopper and Millie M and when the former had evorthing everything beaten midway the straight Ezells Bezels horse went fen and got the son of Punster winning as he oased eased Albert S made a bluff on the last turn lhe he sensational break of the meeting for the bookies was tho thou winning of Eugene Leighs Sleighs Hindoonot Himont this colt starting at 30 to 1 straight and 5 to 1 place and beating tho thou 1 to 4 chance Algol The latter laid away last the first quar quark ¬ ter tear then rapidly passing the others raced Med ¬ dler Adler to the home stretch and from there on T Burns who rode the Schorr Scorer horse took things easily and was apparently winning at the last 100 yards Burns was watching Meddler on the ins do whonon wonton came Jockey Turner with a rush an1 AlgoJ Ago unable to respnnd respond to the quick call of bis bias pilot was beaten in the last few strides It was 3 to 1 ii nfld nfl In the last race Bellicose Jed to the last six ¬ teenth tenth when Hugh Penny came on and got tho thou purse widi wide no trouble whatever whateverA whatever A Chicago friend of Albert Simons the trainer of Plaudit relates the following There prob probe ¬ ably was never a more thoroughly disgusted man than Simons when be got the order from Madden Ship Plaudit to New York Albert had his pet nicely loaded on a car at St Louis bound for Chicago when ho received the tele stele ¬ gram We thought Plaudit a sure thing for the American Derby and wore figuring on getting 21 to 1 for our money Tho Theo moneyTho money supposition is that Madden made some deal with the Morris party whereby for a con ¬ sideration ideation the latter with Mirthful would not have Plaudit to beat in the Derby at Chicago Reciprocating Mirthful was not to be in Plau Lau ¬ dits diets way in the Realization Stakes It was a severe blow to a young trainer who has done mighty well this season as evidenced by the performances of Glenheim Gene and other of Mad dens horses which have showed in the East EastT East T W Coulter will sell at public auction at Washington Park July 21 his ten head of race ¬ horses and for a time retire from the turf In his string are Daily Racing Form Redskin California Inuendo Innuendo and Official Baker Gentry are to sell out on the same day and at the same place They have Simon W Uarda Guardia and other good horsos horses Mr Coulter said I have business of importance apart from racing to transact in the east There is no use of my fooling with such luck as 1 have had Next year I will come around again with some 2yoarolds I now have growing in Kentucky KentuckyMondays Kentucky Mondays races begin at 130 pm sharp Seven events are carded cardedThe carded The daysThere dasher cut in Saturday was for four days There were only two field books booksJ books J W Rogers is thinking of disposing of all his horses horsesTho horseshoe Tho Theo crowd was by far the largest of the meet ¬ ing King bar Derbyday Derby there being present piobably probably 10000 persons The personsThe personate first two races were run in exactly track record time timeCharley timescale Charley ImpStar Imposter Brossman Grossman bet on Imp Star Pointer Murphy bat on Fervor and so did Ed Corrigan Wm McGuigan Michigan said The Oakwood Lakewood Handi Hand ¬ cap was paced just right to beat records recordsFervors records Fervors win enriched James Arthur 2000 2000Barney Barney Schreiber sent up a commission on Basquil Basque in the fourth race raceSam races Sam Wagner went off and Frank White cut in inLeo ingle Leo Mayer had on two books and remarked This system of betting is good enough for me He stood to win 5000 on What Er Lou and took a 1000 bet f fi i om Riley Grannan Granada on Belli Elli coso Cosmo Hops Laudeman Laundryman bet Mayer 100 on Onomastus Conformists at 10 to 1 1Fervors Fervors time 1511 beat the track record made in an Oakwood Lakewood Handicap a full second Sam secondSam seconds Wagner when speaking of the inand inland out running of the meeting was advised by Will Cherry on the proposition of sore mouth which the speaker claimed knocked all turf cal ¬ culations collations at tiie tie present time timeThe trimester The west side bookmaker who some days ago said I am off to the lakes of Wisconsin to fish was attracted by the now system of bet ¬ ting and had his boys on onRiley Morley Riley Grannan Granada is developing the eccentricity of the noted Nashville bookmaker Burton and mutters to himself as he goes about the race ¬ track trackTo tractor To tho thou why dont don't you pass such good things as Hindoonet Himont around Gene Leigh replied I wanted it all myself Only got on 300 against 10000 after all Willie Martin stand ¬ ing King by said There I go again lost a barrel of beer on Algol Mr Schorr Scorer left for home and I said to him Boss if you win with Algol today just send me a barrel of your best brew and now our Hindoonet Himont has skinned me meHindoonet methadone Hindoonet Himont was recently bought by Leigh of Mike Dwyer who took the colt away from Tommy Griflin Rifling out of a selling race Since being at Washington Park Hindoouets Handouts best showing a snowbird up has been threequar three ¬ ters tears of a mile in 1 16 16M M E Walden is thinking of taking Billy Mason to Montana to run in the threeeighths mile dashes of which several are carded at Butte and Anaconda He thinks his horse can beat even quarter horses and yet go on as far as threequarters treasurers Walden has Nellie Fonso Fonts and three alongThe along other good maidens to take along The programme programmed announced for Tuesday at Washington Park by Secretary Howard is First race purse 100 for maidens 3yearolds and upward 71 furlongs Second race purse 400 for 2yearold selling 58 mile Third race purse 600 for 3yearolds special weights 1 116 miles Fourth racr racer purse 500 piling 1 miios minions Fifth race pur pour JOO JO for 3 j earolds earls and up ward nonwanin nonunion allo Gallo ar s tit furlongs

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