The Game At "The Beach.", Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-27


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THE GAME AT THE BEACH There seems to be a greater fascination about the Brighton Beach meeting than ever before and the attendance each day is away above the standard The regulars have found it much easier to keep in the game than heretofore as the winning percentage has favored them to an unexpected extent and the money has been kept in equable circulation Favorites have been more consistently prominent than at any other meeting this year and al ¬ though there were a few serious upsets that savored of the palmy palm days of the beachcombers backers ou the whole have probably fared much better than at Shecpshead Shepherd ShecpsheadBay Shepherd Bay Gravesend Graves or Morris Park Even on Sat urday hurdy last when only one favorite scored the ring claimed to have lost money and the story is quite plausible in view of the fact that a large percentage of the visitors seemed to know all about the winning qualities of Frohman Frogman Capt Caput Sigsbee Sighs Rondo Komurasaki Kimura Tut Tutu Tut Tutu and Beaufort New York Sun

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