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CATHERINE H. MAKES GOOD. SPEEDY DAUGHTER OF CACTUS II. SCORES BRACKETS AT CITY PARK. Five Favorites Win — Civill Recovers For-eiqner — Judqes Bar Kickinq Steeplechasers — Jockeys Are Fined. Now Orleans. I, a.. Fobtuarv T. — The weather was mid Mi bleak today, bat i lie attendance at City Park waa Mad. Visitors to the Madri Iras wore out in niniiliers. TktlC was improvement in tlie condition of the rack. 1 lie going being good. There was nothing about tin- card owr which one eoaM enthuse, unless it was Hie fact, thai live favorites won. The contestants in all at Tea of tli tteci were Jmrsos of vory ordinary eattbre. The race Cor iws year-aide, won bjr the farorite Blae Lee, and the steeplechase, in which Lights Out was a defeated favorite, wore considered tbe foainres. i lo- followers of the Guriigaa stable profited haiidsoinciy whon Catherine 11. won the apt alag raoo. Great things are expected of this filly of last season, a ■ yearling Oathertae 11. showed sensational speed over the Hawthorne track and Mr. Corrigan considered lliat lie possessed in her a tiily »f siake dans, she weal wrong while being are pared or the Louisville Nursery stakes last spring and was only slatted once during the year. In todays race Cartherine H. made an exhibition of her company. When the barrier was released she bounded lo the front and opened tip a big lead. Nieol had her tinder restraint all of the last quarter and slowed her down to litt e belter than a canter at the tinisli. She is I good one. Foreigner, after his victory in the fifth race, returned t the stable of p. .:. civiii. who bought aha for M.SM This was ■ -boost" - f 00 over liis entered price. In his previous race Foreigner was claimed frein Civill by F. W. Schmidt for . W. H. Gerst, ot Nashville, is here. Mr. Gerst will send part of his string to Canada this year. another division to Louisville and Latonta, while the Iwst of the string will be sent east in charge of William IfcDaaleL Bookmaker Bam Most, who waa reinstated yester-day, drew in at city Park this afternoon. Willie Applegate, who arrived fraai Near fork this morn-Ing was also in line. Jockeys Potter and Beeder were lined |Z9 each bj the atarter for repeatedly trying to get the best of the start in the steeplechase. The judges ordered the entry of Olhrer M and Jim ftnarman refused in the fatnre. Hirer lfc took a kick at every haree in tbe race. He landed heavily oa Ughta Oat, lanlrllsi; a nasty eat oa the inside of his off hock. .Tim l.ozenian refused to leave the post When the start came anil was left.