Found, A Stake Winner., Daily Racing Form, 1898-08-18


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FOUND A STAKK STACK WINNER Heavy rains and a muggy atmosphere may be good things for growing corn but the racing of horses is not thereby benefited and the Haw ¬ thorne thorn track yesterday was if anything worse as to going than on the two preceding days the soil being sticky and the mud heavy and hold ¬ ing King ingThe ingoted The card offered was a fair one the star event being the Selling stakes at one and a sixteenth miles worth 1065 to the winner 200 to the sec ¬ ond bond and 100 to the third horse horseFor Hereford For this Fonnd Fond opened at 7 to 5 Braw Lad at 2 to 1 Cherry Leafs price was 5 to 1 as he had a record of not liking the mud Morte Mote Fonse Fosse at 6 to 1 looked tempting for sometimes horse run badly because of bad riders and surely Ezells Bezels horse is capable of a better performance than he has shown in his last races Harry Gaines was backed by the few on account of his sire whose get are said to Jive on mud while Ed Corrigans Corrigan Sardonic the long shot was played by the stable followers on the supposi suppose ¬ tion ion that the green and white sash was over ¬ due It was no raca Racal baing baaing simply a walkover for Found she leading all the way The start was a perfect one Braw Lad was second until the last eighth where Cherry Leaf always third passed him driving and got the place Harry Gaines was a bad fourth while Morte Mote Fonse Fosse and Sardonic pulled up came in together away behind the fourth horse horseBanish horseradish Banish and Vim and Vinegar acted badly at the post in the first race and both were left standing there the last named whirling away from the machine as the barrier arose although Skeets Skeet Martin was up Miss Dooley led to the home stretch Old Fox close up and Cheval dOr doer third In the run home Miss Dooley stopped and Cheval dOr doer and Old Fox had a drive for it the former winning Miss Dooley third was several lengths behind Old Fox and as far ahead of Volyothen Polythene Nellie Fonso Fonts was fifth at the turn for home homePat homeopath Pat Dunnes Dunes Bannockburn Bannock opened at 1 to 2 for the second race although he was giving La Princessa Princess ten and the others five pounds each It was a procession and they ran one two three four by the betting after the first hundred yards had been covered Jockey Bill on the favorite took things easy in the homo stretch so that Satsumas Satsuma backers began to yell exult ¬ antly aunty but Bannockburn Bannock won hard held The others many lengths back made a neck and neck finish for the show money moneyFor money For the fourth race Muskalonge Muskellunge got a very bad start but ran a good race finishing fourth and well up to Collins Passing the judges the first time Caius Carious was racing Collins for the lead but relinquished all claim on the race at the quarter rounding into the back stretch where Collins led Paul Kauvar Kava second Swordsman third At the half mile Found the favorite went to the front and not again headed won easily at the finish Winslow from the rear position had worked up to third at the turn for home and Ellis taking him close to the inside rails saved much ground so that Bar ¬ retts frets horse beat Collins many lengths for the place The latter swerved badly at the last sixteenth but got third money f Oelian Olin backed from 40 down to 20 to 1 was practically left at the post in the next race as was Herman Kahn George Leo and Sybaris Sybarite raced off in front and at the far turn were three lengths clear of Pitfall he an open length better than C H Whelan Wheelman and Prince Blazes paired The last named horse ran quickly to the leaders and when Sybaris Sybarite swung for home with the favorite beaten the son of one of the greatest of Americas mudlarks maulers was right after him At the last hundred yards Sybaris Sybarite still led and was on the path but here he swerved allowing Prince Blazes to get to the goal first but beating Pitfall who just nosed out the fast dying favorite several lengths for the place C H Whelan Wheelman was the only other horse close up He had been heavily backed all three ways waysOverami layover Overami Overran won the last race with something to spare from Charmante Chairman who was always sec ¬ ond bond Fardel Fade a hot tip backed down from 10 to 1 to 4i to 1 was late in getting up but saved her backers money by showing De ¬ fender II and Mendacious were well up The latter got off in front to a good start but Char ¬ mante mantel passed her on the upper turn only to be quickly deposed by Overami Overran Defender II was third for a quarter of a mile mileAgain mileage Again racegoers racehorse were favored by an after ¬ noon when no rain fell although at Hawthorne the past three nights it has rained like it does in Florida where it is as if the bottom had dropped out of the sky skyBraw Syria Braw Lad depended on by the bookmakers to win sulked on the back stretch ITe Bite ran in the colors of his new owners Keene Ryan RyanBookmaker Bookmaker James Flanagan Flange ran up Found 300 She was bought in by her owner J Huff ¬ man at 805 805J J W Schorr Scorer has made Skeets Skeet Martin an offer to engage him to ride for one two or threo throe yours yoursIt yours It was said after the stake race had been run that Cherry Leaf won his maiden race in deep mud mudThere muter There were sixteen regular and two field books the cut in still being for one day only onlyJ only J W Kelsey assistant secretary Washington Park and associate judge at Harlem was out outThe mouthed The new jockeys were Fitzgerald Zeno Zen and Wilson

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