Madrilene's Good Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-08-06


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MAPRILENKS APRIL GOOD RACE RACEFor Race For the eleventh day of Harlem racing the card was only fair but the attendance held up to the average The weather was comfortable the sky overoast overcast up to the time of the first race There were plenty of signs of rain but none fell The track was in splendid condition conditionThe condition The first race had Pat Dunnes Dunes Survivor for its favorite although Rutter Ruttier was up in the absence of the stable jockey W Martin who is riding at Saratoga Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts on her good race of Thursday was much fancied She car ¬ ried reid McNickle Canticle a boy as to whose ability as a rider opinion is divided some claiming that in time he will become a prominent jockey the opposition entertaining the idea expressed by he couldnt couldn't ride on the Ferris wheel Prince McClurg McClure was also in the betting and Tommy Burns mount Bill Anthony found backing The winner turned up in Hanlight Fanlight backed from 15 to 1 down to 10 to 1 Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts got off well and at once opened a gap Hanlight Fanlight was second into the straight and passed Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts at the last one hundred yards winning easily Sur Slur ¬ vivor vivo third after the home stretch was reached beat the fast dying Huffman filly for the place Volandies Villainies was a fair fourth Survivor ran the best race being off badly and running on the outsiJe outside He swerved at the last furlong pole poleNow pollen Now came a happening where nobody was to blame but the race track officials The horses went to the pest for the second race and there had been a breakaway when Dunois Dubois was called to the judges stand and Rutter Ruttier his jockey was ordered to dismount fhe he boys on the other horses also dismounted Sweeney Serenely was sent in search of Tom Ryan the owner of Dunois Dubois and Ryan was called to the judges stand Pres Ypres ¬ ently gently it was announced Cay wood on Dunois Dubois all bets stand and the horses were again sent to the post No change in the betting resulted only Madrilenes Marlene price was advanced from 3 to 1 up to 16 to 5 It seems that Rutter Ruttier was sus subs ¬ pended upended at St Louis Thursday Rutter Ruttier had been allowed to ride Survivor in the first race because the facts were not known knownOff known Off to a good start Madrilene Marlene led all the way and won pulling up Dunois Dubois always well up was second and Muskalonge Muskellunge last away from the post third in a drive with Bishop Reed Caius Carious ran well to the last quarter quarterSea quarters Sea Lion won the third race running away from the others at the finish The start was a bad one the horses straggling with the favorite in the rear Frank Bell had run his race at the several breakaways but was first to show Hardy Pardee Parsee heavily backed by Mar ¬ cus cubs Cartwright Cartridge for reasons only known to himself quickly passed to the front with Frank Bell and the pair raced some distance ahead of Sea Lion to the straight Soon all the horses except Primavera Prima were closely together the favorite on the extreme outside Miss Marks looked to be winning at the last six ¬ teenth tenth but Sea Lion went by at a high rate of speed Queen of Song Frank Bell and Hardy Pardee Parsee had a great finish for the show money the favorite winning winningMoncreith winning Moncreith Noncredit won with but little shaking up at the finish Moncreith Noncredit a good thing down town was full of run at the start and Burns kept him in the first division the first quarter In fact all the horses were three abreast except Morte Mote Fonse Fosse and Forte The real race began on the far turn the four being nicely bunched at the end of the grand stand Burns was on the outside and at the final furlong had all others beaten Moncreith Noncredit showing a sharp flight of speed in passing passingTommy passing Tommy Burns for the fourth consecutive time rode the winning horse This time it was Ferroll Ferro who got off second to Hardly ran her down in the first half and had easy picking the balance of the way The favorite Heigh High Ho was never worse than third and when L Reiff Riff began to bat him the last three hundred yards Duke Wishards Wishers horse gained rapidly and ran home a close second Lizzie Tizzies Cavalier a strongly backed tip got off none too well ran fast the last part of the race raceMcNickle McNickle Canticle furnished the surprise of the day when in the sixth race he took Locust Blossom out in front at the first turn and led all the way TTarda Tara was first passing the stand but lost ground and the best she showed afterwards was third Nathanson Nathan was second the last threeeighths and so finished Daisy F badly interfered with up the back stretch finished third George Krats Rats ran well the last end of the race raceThe racketed The Harlem management received notice from Secretary Joseph A Murphy of St Louis that Rutter Ruttier stands suspended there for foul riding The message came and was delivered to Col Cool Clark as the horses were at the post Rutter Ruttier was taken down as quickly as possible Tom Ryan who gave him the mouut mouth on Dunois Dubois and Pat Dunne owner of Survivor ridden by Rutter Ruttier in the first race wore innocent as the boy arrived from St Louis Friday morning and of course said nothing of his suspension suspensionInquiry suspension Inquiry by the Turf Congress officials de ¬ veloped eloped the fact that outlaw Jockeys Narvaez Larvae and Ellis have not been reinstated by the Jockey Club Yon can give them licenses so being disposed was the communication from the eastern body This taken in connection with the fact of L Smith being allowed to ride on a Canada track would seem to indicate that the Jockey Club considers itself an independent organization and neither knows or cares what other people do doEd doled Ed Corrigan said that Hawthorne would open Monday to a certainty and that everything at the track is in firstclass fistulas shape The facilities for reaching Hawthorne are better than ever Of Mr Brenocks Rednecks intentions Mr Corrigan said I know nothing nothingJohn nothing John Condon Condom said I am going to Milwaukee Monday next on a boat ride and when I return shall then go across the lake from here to St Joe During the two weeks vacation I shall put in some days at West Baden BadenJ Baden J W Schorr Scorer will early next week ship east the ten best of his string Tommy Burns is to go along It is said that August Belmont will have second call on Burns BurnsWash Bursas Wash Norvell Novell will be at the Harlem race ¬ track Saturday morning from 800 until 1100 oclock o'clock to take entries for the Hawthorne races of Monday MondayThere Monday There will positively be no free list at Hariem Harem today Badges of all descriptions will be ignored

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