St. Valentines Handicap.: Son of Himyar Sets a Fast Pace in Feature Race., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-08


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ST. VALENTINES HANDICAP. SON OP HIMYAR SETS A FAST PACE IN FEATURE RACE. Fabian Meets Death in the Steeplechase — Rosebloom Wins the Youngster Race for Tucker— City Park Gossip. New Orleans. La.. March 7. St. Valentine WUU the handicap ;i| one mile .and :i six teen 111. the fc.a line :il 4 i I y Park Ihis afternoon. It was his sixteenth atari ad fifth victory here simv January 1. mi. i in iint period be haa been only three times nn placed. Hi- waa ridden by Lee, who. just :ii present, I-- riding In splendid form and is in great demand, st. Valentine waa off in :i goad poattioa, went lii the front ■ ■ i Hit- first turn and set :i terrific pace, the first mile being ran in l:3fi|. n he retains his form, si. Vales i im- will be eouspicn iis at Benntng. Paaadraa. arhieh finished second, ran the beat race he baa nhowa here, bail the :ii tempi in keep pace with the winner told aa him in the Baal drive and he tailed of :ii the en*. Plah Star, which lalnhfrt third, is- ;1 ciiy Park Derbj eligible, lie w n - in light and ram i aanrl met This ..,i! bj i peal bis atrkMng fellow aad looki aa If lie could carry weight aad runt luster with a stronger rider than Goldstein np. An accident in the ateepleehase reaalted in the deatracUoa «.f Fabian. The aix-year-etd s..n i Victory fell at the roarth Jump, broke »m- .-f liis forelegs aad was put oat t r liis misery with :i ballet, Major, the rider, got ■ bad looking fall ■ad Waa lakcn l.i Hie hospital ill mi iinT-tMiseioiis condition, The winner turned ap in Aldus, which i.. . -si 1 i,-i.ti-r ,.nt ■ i small margin after ■ fin-j.i*; drive, Araho famished keen contention until over tilt- Inal jump. l ul tired under the drive. Tnele, lames bolted around the wing or the second jump. The two year-old race proved an easy tiling for Robert Tinkers Rosebloom, ,-i full si-ier to Rose-t i n t . In her previous races Rosebloom ran green :iinl was slow in leaving the bail hit. Today, with Nieol up, sH. ],.f| be post like a smarter horse ami ran so last around lln- far turn that bee ridet waa unable to keep her Btraight and sin- lost, some groand by going wide on tin- turn foe home, sin-was so mueh the best, however, that tins eut no ngdre and sin- finished well in hand with ■ big margin separating ber from Parisian IfodeL .lames i ■■IoMiiii k played .m Important part In tin- days doings. He tarnished the wl *s in the tit ill ami simIi races in Emergency and prenadi both of which won easily. Robert Tinker leaves for Memphis Saturday1 night. The two-yeai olds that be la wintering .it Mom gomery Park will be arorked Sundaj preparatory to their being shipped east. Fred Cook yesterday pur-1 1 aaed of 8am Loula the two-year-old filly Whisk Broosa. The price paid was ,500. iockeya Mitchell ami were suspended for ti - days bj the starter toi- disobedience at the |M st in the third race. For an oat-day, Fridays program is quite attrat tree, ahowlag inch good borsea aa Lemon ;irl. Begonia, Orient; Catherine II.. Royal River. Grace George; Kink Mary, Schulte entry, Greahaaa; Colloquy, BUI hew entry. Belle Slioine; Tom Dolau. Spioa, AUoaby: Goldway, Gamester, Kara: Mint Leeds, llllsletl illltl Dcriliioiit among those likely to he sent to the past. T. K. I.yneh.

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