W. H. Carey Runs to His Best Form.: Blute and Carman Back Him for a Coup Exciting Finish in Second Race., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-03


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W. H. CAREY RUNS TO HIS BEST FORM. Blute and Carman Back Him for a Coup — Excitinq Finish in Second Race. baa Angeles. CaL, January 2. — Jaaaaa Blute sprung a surprise at Ascot park May l.y bringing off a coup with V. H. Carey, which, since lieioniing the property of R. I. Carman lias performed indifferently. Hut the bane was in tine fettle today and ran to his beat form. Skillfully reserved for tlie si retell inn. lie dashed into an easy lead when BttaJgMeatfcag out. and beat Tartan home in 1:42. When it is taken into consideration that the track. owing to recent rains was not at its liest. the time was good. The finish in the second race was of the sensational order. Norfolk. Airs and Greeno, all under the keenest punishment, coining in short heads apart, it was the Mat rxetttag finish of the area ent meeting. Bookmaker Klein was off the block today on ac.-ount of sickness. Twenty-one pencilers answered tlie roll call. Jockey I*. Coane was suspended indefinitely for rough riding and J. lark fined .". for breaking up the starts. Jockey Wiley sot in today and will lx- seen in tlie saddle from now on.

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