Pace Too Hot for E. M. Fry.: Notasulga Wins the National Stakes in Fast Time., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-07


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FACE TOO HOT FOR E. M. FRY. NOTASULGA WINS THE NATIONAL STAKES IN FAST TIME. Southern Cross Gettinq Ready for Benninq — Baby P. Lacks Identification — Jockey Seder Is Under Suspension. New Orleans. La.. March C. — E. M. Fry had his • eten lowered in the National Stakes, three ami one Jialf furlongs, for two year olds, the feature of the »ard at City Park today. Notasulga found the Hark to her liking and won with BOaoethhej to spare, in close to record lime for the course, Black Mary being s nd. Ziephcu third. E. M. Fry fourth. with Hitter Sir and Coincident, added starters, filling the next two and last paaltlea ■ Montliert. Blue l ro| Stitch, LetohatcUe, Flyon and l.orinier were withdrawn. Barney Sehreibers crack •colt was soundly beaten. His rider was Nicol. rated :s the belt handler of y.cmg horses here: lie got .iway well, hut was outrun at all stages. Black "Mary nutfootcd him in the rush to the first turn and carried him along at a fast pace. Notasulga was noi as |. .inmate when the start came ami left the post slowly. When settled in her stride, however, she dosed on the leaders with a rush. Nicol did not persevere with F. If. Fry when he realised that he could not l e as good as second. The pace throughout was very fast, the first quarter being run iu ::!-■;. the three furlongs in : 95, and the three ;unl one hall" furlongs in :41J. Southern Cross, generally rated as he fastest liorse racing at the Fair Orounds last winter, made Ml first apjiearance of tliis etaeoa in the third race. si five furlongs sprint, lie still retains that wonder fill Might of speed. Going lo the front directly alter the atari and leading I hroughout he won in ■ drive from Columbia Girl. Southern Cross is lieing |M in.tod for some of lie earlier stakes at Kenning and Aqueduct ami should Ik- a dangcroes teeter in these titures. Kaliy 1. was ordered scratched from the fifth race oa ar i iiaiil of lack of identification. Bahj I*. ■was carded as a hay mare, B, hy Ieildlcr — Kitty L. II., and was entered hy .. Wilson a Co. Before the first race. Beherl Tucker purchased of Sam Louis the three real old filly. Golden Wave. Which beete claimed out of a sidling race at the Fair Grounds last week. R, W. Waldon has wired .l.nnes Johnson to bring the saillion lonuasier vith his stable wheat lie ships |o Henning. Forinaster will lie bred to actual of the mares at the Walden Farm near ."liddleburg. ltd. Jockey Seder was suspended iniielinitely by the stewards tor aaaal isfaetor.v ri liug. Seder has lieen netting into trouble with he clerk of the scales. the starter and oilier officials through his sharp replies. His handling of Louise Macfarlan in some of her races breaght aboat his suspension. ohmI racing is in sight for tomorrow afternoon. very speedy horses figuring iu several of the races and crenise. Late Foster. Boeoai Friend; laeamta- lion. Arabo. Aul, a; Hiejrtabothaaa, Fieldwick, Bel-aajr; Peter sterling. St. Valeatlae, Fink Star; Emergency. Soulliern Cross, loxniead; F.vie Greene. Bellindian. Foreigner; Goad Flayer, Auditor ami Reticent all having shown good form of late. T. K. Lynch.

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