E. M. Frys Premier Stakes.: Schreibers Colt is a Superior Mud Runner and Wins Easily., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-31


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E. M, FRYS PREMIER STAKES. i SCHREIBERS COLT IS A SUPERIOR MUD RUNNER AND WINS EASILY. I Lady Navarre Is in Good Form — Merely a Otanter for Glamor — Bookmakers Threaten to Strike. New Orleans, La . Tanaarj SO.— Barney Schreibera F. M. Fry, favorite in the betting and ridden by Garaer, area the Premier stakes, t ho first fixture of the rear for two-year-olds, at the F:iir Grenada ; this afternoon. The race was run over a dean mid heavy traek and v.. M. Fry showed his merit by Making ■ i im.i w :? affair of it. Be led the others • from end to end. This son of Sain jiiit up an Impressive performance a few days age. when be beat ■ fair lot and. en the atrength of ■ fast trial ahace then, be certainly looked like ■ "good thing. lie was heavily hacked, being one of the beat supported favorites of the meeting. Lee Creel and Southern Knigb4 were scotched and Bitter Gold added. The utter might jusr as well hae remained in the barn foe be enl no Sgure in the race. I" M. Frj is ■ good mud runner and can go as in u an oi the* others racing here. Btae Lee, tiie ranner np, siiowed himself to be a good, game colt, for lie s;.mm| a drive from start to liniidi and never faltered. Tito eloitds broke fnsi In-fore the horses went to tile post in the opening rare and during the rim nine rain eame down in men torrenta a- to make it impossible to distinguish Hie colors. Clifton Boy was see break in front and he remained until straightened out in the homestretch where Gnj linnnering took command and "drew away an earn ninner. The rietory of Guy kfannering meant niinii id the Gideon combination. The third race was mined by withdrawals. Only Uu-*h weui to Hi,- i* st. Maats* Chat lit hBaramen and Pity. Clamor made a show of her opponents and won Bttder restraint. Lady Navarre won easily. Tliis ama ber second Start here and she has earned brackets both times. St. Valentine ran a cracking g I ra •• aftei being all but loft at tin post An oriler suspending T. F. Bush and F. If. Alien fi" all privileges and refusing the entry of any and all horses controlled by them was issued today, n i- mid the odR-ials bad evidence that Channcej Ofcratl was drugged t!ii~ afteri lack Martin, it ;s reported, will not rida again during the winter, lie was recently married anil It is I red that his bride, fearful that he may h.n. another fall such as that of yesterday, baa prevailed upon him t,. remain out id the saddle until the New orb tracks open. .lames hTcOormick says he baa given up hope of getting Gleriner to the post again this winter. Mortiboy, In the stab] Moae Gotdblatt, is another horse oul ol commission. A strike among the bookmakers at the Fair Grounds was threatened today. Several hooks dropped oh" yesterday and the management put on an extra lekl bo -k. The bookmakers objected t« thru, claiming that it took too much business away from them. They met. in the corridor Of the St. Charles hotel las night, drew up a protest ami threatened to leave their stands if three Held hooks were in line today, one of the held h •:, - was withdrawn.

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