No Keen Contests at Ascot Park.: Poor Card, Listless Sport, but a Big Crowd and Heavy Speculation., Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-09


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NO KEEN CONTESTS AT ASCOT PARK. Poor Card. Listless Sport, but a Biq Crowd and Heavy Speculation. Los Angeles, i ol . February 8.— The dull card offered by Secretary Boden today was unrelieved bj any close finishes. The racing was the dullest of the present meeting. Despite tbe poor offering, the almost summer weather drew out the Ingest crowd of the week. Tbe Looks got a terrible drubbing as every winner was generously supported. The de feat of the fast male Sanfara. although not a surprise to the talent, was a BOOrce of much disappoint incut to t lie public in general, which had come to , the belief thai she was invincible at six fnrlongl lion Homo simply played with bis opponents all of the last furlong. Jockej Harris reappearance hi the saddle was greeted with loud acclaim, lie had 1 iwi mounts, but tiie best lie could do was to Satan i second.

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