Scorch the Bookmakers.: First and Second Choices Make it Rough for the Layers., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-11


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SCORCH THE BOOKMAKERS. SUN Tract Track FIRST AND SECOND CHOICES MAKE IT ROUGH FOR THE LAYERS. Lea Lee i in , ;iln ,...,. 1, targe St. Valentine Beats Alencon— Capucine Wins hoidin holding the the Im the Juvenile Race— Lucky at the Start rfm offered liU —Lady Ellison Is Best. ,„ cumin conditions. Thr The fourth, l"lnl1 Re« Orleans. Fa.. January TO.— The. bookmakers ,„.,,!, at City Park this afternoon receive l a trouncing . slowing mi that they will long reineiiilier. It was Iheir worst taal day tMa winter. Favorites and second choices, all — ot jt it. well backed took the entire ear.l. The raee in ,, t, || tended to he the fifth at a mile ami an eighth, was the the t: under selling eonditions at stnving atari declared off and a rare six furlongs substituted. Tlie presence of Orbicular a* aden splendid in the original race scared the others "in. of ! Valentine, tinder a masterful 1 J In the handicap St. ahafclng lide. took the fourth race in fast time from Alen- jf-B con. Mm I.. angBa, on which his owner attempted 1 si1 .,. siderable •i big In Minn: twaa, failed to raai up to exnectattoaa ami eaaM do no Letter than third. DIS The change of riders from l.arsen to Mountain led Miss I Is to eprnadrnglr- her opponents In Onl Only Hie snhstitnted race. Florizel and Reticent had a hard struggle for second place, which went to the former. Van Dnsen kepi oiil of po.-ktts today and pti brought the liberally supported Rnsk home an easy vivi vivid winner over Cotdproof in the sixth ra.e. Industrious in jn ,, circulation of a story to the effect that Tom Rolan .,, :,, , was lame enahled his connections to ohtain a fancy the tlH. figure against him in the opening face. Nicol t.iok there Ul,.r no chances and rushed him into a taag lead from „ ,.4. the start making every post a wtaaiag one. aad nn.1 . R. Kllison agata won a good sized wager hy tlie would „,,„ victory of I.ady Kllison. which was mucu. the l»est I --.le in the second race. able able. In the raee for maiden two year -oH fillies Cap* A cine, after acting fra.tiously at the post and delay- - out ollt ing the start lor a Hag time, secured a Mg t twn advantage which stood lier so well in hand that 1 hin] him slie just lasted taag enough to take the purse from w,, were liiiessc. which was making her dehut and is owned I oo 22 hy A. H. A; 1 . B. Morris. The pear seiwl off was s responsible for the poor showing of many of the e tR11 tances starters. h« iHK Qnlna Brady roughed his way into the lead in II has uas the .losing raee and in the gaal drive barely lasted 1 , a , Ion- enough to g«4 home in front of the suddenly V tio, awakened and poorly ridden Needier. ear cards Meaare. Hide and faaalij are trying to reach an ■ Ke, .ojiccnicm whereby Dade will do all the starting * ado :11 will 1 the work in New ■ a: Oaklawn and Cassidy tll;| t.iat Oil.:, us at hoth Hacks. Hit the

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