Harlem Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1898-10-20


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HAUL KM K AC ING IN High flying masses of black boulderlike boulder clouds greeted the big day of jubilee week and the sun occasionally showing through lit up as glorious a mud puddle as ever was seen at the Harlem racecourse where assembled besides the regular patrons of the track some hundreds of country folk that tired of the doings down teown town and sought a change of excitement excitementThe excitement The horsemen are so eager after the purses at this time of the year that only four horses were scratched of the fortynine Florentine whose names ap ¬ peared pearled upon the program There were the usual seventeen regular and two field book ¬ makers makersIn makers In the first race threequarters treasurers of a mile for twoyearold toehold maiden fillies there were almost as many good things as there were starters Barney Schreibers Schreiber Rosebeau Rosebay by Flambeau Fairy Rose the dam of Racine was the first to be knocked from a long price to a short one Bish1 Poole said that be saw 110 to 1 againsD against Rosebeau Rosebay but couldnt couldn't get on although he was cez chez in the bookmaker took a few dollars to shiW show at 10 to 1 The Ryan crowd backed Wilmingtons Wilmington Pet and Rosie Rose Burke was well supported as also the favorite Sidtilla Scintilla At the second attempt a good start was effected Wilmingtons Wilmington Pet being last away Princess Murphy led away from the gate Anna Held and Sidtilla Scintilla next but in the first sixteenth La Josephine cut out the running and led into the straight where Rosebeau Rosebay ran around her on the outside and then took the inside rail the remainder of the way J Ward went to whip ¬ ping Rosebeau Rosebay at the last sixteenth but even so Schreibers Schreiber filly won by two lengths from La Josephine one length better than Sidtilla Scintilla third she three lengths ahead of Anna Held the others beaten off offEhdad offhand Ehdad Edward whose win some weeks ago at the long price of 150 to 1 occurred when the going was exactly like that of yesterday was opened at the extremely liberal price of 2 to 1 for the second race Hardly was the tip and carried the smart money To a good start Moch Mooch Inuendo Innuendo and Hardly was the order at the quarter but soon Hardly went to the front Inuendb Minuend stuck close for another quarter then quit and finished absolutely Moch Mooch did not last much longer At the far turn Eiidad Elided quickly passed to the lead and the race was over midway of the upper turn the favorite galloping home alone Penso Peso Roso Rosa gave Hardly unite a race for the place but was beaten The thprs thorns were straggling to the sixteenth sixteenthFor sixteenth For the third race Abuse opening at 1 to 2 went up to 4 to 5 because of the strong backing accorded Montgomery who receding a point closed at 7 to 5 One might write hit own ticket about the others bar King Bermuda held at 12 to 1 Montgomery led Abuse from the post by one half length and remained just ahead of the favorite throwing mud in the old fellows face to the bond for home where he led him two open lengths This advantage ho retained to the finish Montgomery won hard held while Abuse was punished the last eighth King Ber Beer mud third was beaten twenty lengths and the f scr scar starters were as far behind him himDonna Shimon Donna Rita led when the first turn in the fourth race was made Plantain second Great B Bnd Band nd third All were closely together entering the backstretch but Hosi Hoi soon weakened and fell out At the far turn thd thud race was reduced to a match Donna Rita loading Great Bond into the homestretch by two lengths Now Dupee Dupe worked hard on the latter and the new c mer mere tried gallantly Being unused to run ¬ ning Ming in a swamp he stumbled perceptibly on j the turn but managed to g to the Deader three s xtepaths teats f frt rt r lomo limo V 1 n Dea Dead called en the favorite Donna Rita showed a disposi dispose ¬ tion ion to swerve under punishment but the in ¬ side fence stopping her from cutting it she was straightened up by Dean and won driving bj two open lengths simply because Great Bend died off on the end Plantain ten lengths away boat Mistral II easily for the third money moneyMr money Mr Bradley said the other day I won whole stacks of money and banked it on Blitzen Blitz and I have a 50000 Virginia farm to show for it They always laid a false price against Blit Blitz ¬ zen and I used to bet as high as 1000 a crack on him Blitzen Blitz used to run every day so what more natural than that bis bias son Boney Bony Boy should do the same thing Yesterday this colt started for the third day in succession and he didnt didn't do a thing only beat Espionage by ten lengths and he galloping while Ezells Bezels filly was punched out the last quarter Espion Epsilon ¬ age had risen in price from 3 to to evens but 9 to 10 was the post quotation showing backing and this advanced Boney Bony Boy onehalf Neal point Espionage led away from the gate but Boney Bony Boy hung to her and going into the lead before the half mile ground was reached he widened the gap at every stride Doremns Dorms third on the upper turn was lengths ahead of the others Harry Nutter Mutter being far in the rear The latter which as at his last start at Haw ¬ thorne thorn fell away in the first eighth came on strongly and at the final sixteenth would possibly have beaten Doremus Dorms for third money had not the latter jostled him Doremus Dorms fin ¬ ished dished fifteen lengths behind Espionage EspionageBishop Espionage Bishop Reed broke quickest in the closing dash and Dunois Dubois did not get to second position until threeeighths had been covered Here Count Fonso Fonts and Inconstancy were close up and Vice Regal was fifth six lengths behind the leaders the others already out of it Bishop Reed and Dunois Dubois raced alongside from the last turn to the betting ring where the former stopped but Dunois Dubois was soon picked up by Vice Regal who third by three lengths at the last quarter had been from there pun ¬ ished dished severely and a hot and heavy finish re ¬ sulted silted returning as winner Dunois Dubois by a neck Bishop Reed beat Inconstancy and Count Fot Foot so lengths for third money moneyArthur Mooney Arthur McKiiights left hand was badly maimed at Windsor last week by a bite from the vicious filly Sister Mamie Mammies Friends of the best of assistant starters will bo glad to know that no lasting injury will follow the wound having been excellently cared for forThe forTe The starting of Mr Dwyer could not have been battered There were no delays at the post and every horse that started during the day might have won wonGus wrongs Gus Koch was down from Mihvaukee Milwaukee MihvaukeeTyree Tyree Tree Bate leaves for home tonight tonightLittle tonight Little Jed Waldo Weald was a sportsman in minia minima ¬ ture turret with his corduroys sweater high boots and singlebarreled singletree shot gun as yesterday he started for the Desplainos Deplanes river to shoot as he said ducks snipe rabbits any old thing that jumps up upThe Ute The combination book offered only 6 to 5 to place the horses one two three in the Abuse race and yet lost money moneyMarcus moneyman Marcus Cartwright Cartridge was nipped by a sharp ¬ shooter who got him at 30 to 1 for 10 on Rose beau The bulk of the money on Rosebeau Rosebay aver ¬ aged 5 to 1

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