More Rain at New Orleans: Heavy Track Causes Fourth Race To be Declared off., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-29


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MORE RAIN AT NEW ORLEANS * N HEAVY TRACK CAUSES FOURTH RACE TO BE DECLARED OFF. I I I Public Aqain Has the Best of the Layers — r. Viperine Lucky to Win — Rubywick w a Genuine Surprise. and New lilt, .ins. La.. .7 ; . t ll 1 ; 1 1 v 28.— More vain fell lien- i iii- morning mid tin- after n waa cold and pi dreary. The track waa beavj enough to cause ao ninny withdrawals fir the fourth race thai thai .ill iii- declared off and there wan no substitute. n, Ih.- i kmakera welcomed the changed track condl but tbej were not long in their glee. Wei or dry II seems to be nil the km with the betting i public here fast now. They were in line four times en ..i iii - *i. The faHares of h-c in tin- lirat, . and c.i Light Note in 1 1 « - r irth, were the onlj i. jarring uotea u tmoni of the crowd. Baioiee bad every thins " ber Faror in the two-year-old aprint. S .- had i!.. Inside position and was ridden by .1. Martin. Breaking in front there was nothing to bother her in the Bend-off, inn --he failed to hhiafa .1 - the Ural three. Bubywick, from the Barleu . nVriil stable took np the running in the firal fen -.nidc.-.. raced away with Hanel M. and was - :i bandy winner while Hazel M. bad nil she eoold do to heal Blister for second id:..,. l ! •■ latter ran easily the heal race of :ill ami with better luck hi the atari woaW hare been hard i" beat. .v- a, ahe closed ap raat in the lasi sixteenth ninl a as _■ in.- o.oll hi the end. Dargina victorj In the third race when lie carried 317 |i ds recalled unpleasant remembrance of his performance lasl Saturday • when, with Seder in 1 the saddle, lie tailed to gel any pari of the money. ...v Martin i.i- up and Ha-in had no troublt ai all in beating s fasi M sprinter as Busk, lie was again a betting choice an I this time made good without LMii_ ; :- following any cause for on islness, , betting conp of no mean proportions missed lire through the failure of Light Note, in the Bftli. Tne name of Uii- borne had been wldelj circulated bj wire and "as well backed in the ring io beat the odds-on favorite, The Englishman lie had speed enough to gel to the front an- aasiKted the favorite in pacemaklng, but when the real raring came dropped back .net Bniabed in the rack Tin- Englishman winning easily. Viperine won a acratcfa victors In the second when alt* staggered home a head In iron; of Sponge .. Matadoi was so mark the beal in tee fifth in.- be wa« bte come from In -1 place al the head of the stretch and win easily from Western. Agra bad rasj sailing in the seventh, iji which Dele Stronte, on mere suspicion, was held al the shot i i » •■,! ii the in.i never wai a factor while Agra ran around the leader* to I • stretch and then wenl on uaaer n di he !• in romfoi tably enough. The City Park people saj thej expeel Francis Tre lyan to report for dntj In rue Judges stand n.-i Monday. ih. betting ring at City Park lias been en btrged bj a!,, n 1 fifty square feet. Kdwartl Corrigan !i ;i liere yestenlay for Magnolia Springs, Alabama, to i ,■ gone m il Thursday. , Hall -a - lie . ill take Ooidnroof and other sea in 1 1 i — stable to Hot s . i-i- i. .1. .1. Flanagan has purchased Ilelgers a from John I .■ i i ail will take tim to Hoi Springs with Skyward.

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