Milams Good Youngster.: Shirley Rossmore Wins First Time Out at the Fair Grounds., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-22


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MILAMS GOOD YOUNGSTER. SHIRLEY ROSSMORE WINS FIRST TIME OUT AT THE FAIR GROUNDS. Heavily Backed Everywhere — Feature Goes to Beau Brummel — Five Favorites Win — Martins Best Ride of Season. New Orleans. La.. January 21. — The Crescent City Jockey Club began iis third period f racing at the Fair Grounds this afternoon under rowdltioas that could not have lieen improve] on. The weather waa slightly winterish, a needed rhaage. Thirty right bookmakers, a good naanber lor this course. ilhl a lair amount of business. Five Of the seven winners w ere favorites. Iteau l.rummel took t lie iiitic race in handy Style, tlie showing of Beater in,, which finished second, aroused keen interest. In the early Stages P.estcrliiig was a distant trailer, Ill I after a half mile he began moving up with great speed and in the liiia 1 drive gol up in the last -.Hide to secure aecond place froai Mlssoail Lad. •I. C. Milam uncovered What appears the bed two year-ohl in this BectJoa of the eountry when he seal to the ]H».t Shirley Bossaaore. Milam araa so sanguine of her victory that lie wired his frieada all over the country to have a good bet on her. l.. B. Sire, of theatrical fame, left here last week for New York Willi the intention of plating a SHUKH commission on her .11111 Milam wired him yesterday b lie! as match atort as he could. It was just a question of he.- getting away from the post by how Far she would win. Austin, her rider, look matters easily and eh*Cted to w in by a length and a half. Den of Pawn, the extreme outsider, tinishing second to her. Lady BBisona victory In the losing race was large!] due 10 the energetic ride ahe gat from .1. Martin. At no t inn- this winter lias Martin put up a stronger or better dnish. r n t-ii ■■. 1 be aburteat priced whaaac of the after- i 1. was favored bj good racing rack, in addition to piloting Fantastic, .!. Hennessy also won on lampaigner. He drew ■ snapenaion of sis days from the starter, walla oa Campaigner, for disobedience al the post. Joekej Lloyd alao brought home a pair ot winners, riding Boserriaa and Flavigny. The rnle which became operative today limiting the holds to twelve starters In all races up to three • inarlers of a mile canned lew crowding and fai nisfaed 1 1 contests, rhere will be seven races dally. Jockeys Beckman and It. Lowe were each fined 825 by the starter for disobedience a; the peat. II. IfeCarren Jr., has applied for sixteen stall- ,-u Uakhtwa where he latenda to ship bla boraea shortly.

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