Heads Apart In Handicap.: Charlie Eastman Sustains Frontenacs Challenge At City Park.; Weberfields Wins the Steeplechase for William Gerst--Planute Breaks Down--Golden Mineral Withdrawn., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-10


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HEADS APART IN HANDICAP. CHARLIE EASTMAN SUSTAINS FRONTE* NACS CHALLENGE AT CITY PARK. Weberfields Wins the Steeplechase for William Gerst — Planute Breaks Down-Golden Mineral Withdrawn. New Oilcan-. La., April ! . -When he won tlm handicap al three UUarters Of a mile hy a head from Prontenne al city Park this afternoon. K. S. Gardners Cbarlht Baatmna showed a return to bin lic-t form. The son of llimyar wa- glvkag weight to everything in the race with the exception of emergency. .1. Lee rode him ami kepi him al top -peed all the Way. He ran Ihc half mile in 17] and] lini-hed out the three quarters af a mile in 1:13, just iwoiitih- o| a se. I slower than the track record. It was a drive all through the last quarter and Charlie Baatmaa displayed more courage than ii.- baa shown in an] oi hi- ra.e- here this winter. lie -hoiihl not he overlooked from this lime on in any company. Minder, who rode Morales and tin. ished third, lodged a claim of teal agates* the win. "•. "ding Ihat he had l.ccn humped when turning Into the stretch. The claim was nag allowed. In the steeplechase Wm. C.isi showed np another llkerj jumper in Weherhe Ida, which won all the way. lie reared clennl and showed much speed through the tral Hun of the held. He was tiring at Hie end. however, and was toned to Stand a hard drive ta l.eai .mi Dr. Heard. Golden Mineral, which was entered for the foertll race in 1 he name of Frank Risk, was ordered wilh-drawn by the judges. Kisk ha- ln-en identified witll raring at Eteburbnn Iark ami there was prnhnhbj some abjection on thai bnals. Through an error on the hoard a few day- ago it was posted thai Prontenne had been transferred to-•I. A C. Havis. Such is not the case am! the horse ran in Hie name and colors of .Ta s lliiii |:,v. Bdward Corrigaaa Planute brake down in tiie? sixih race today. He may race again. Iml har.lly-liiis year. Mr. Cnigan will send him lo Kentucky 10 I... turned out. H. E. Wutkina has arranged lo ship his atehat from here lo I.allimore Friday. .1. I. M.iyh.-rry wilt leave tor Aqueduct Sunday. The Juvenile smu.s for two-year aids will he the, leading allra.iioii i,.i TOW and promises to be mterestteg. Aside from this 11 tber race- niieil well ami wilh -uch hor-es as K.iic Sperry. Quince, McAllister; Cnblegram, Hocus Poena, Hon Mot; Flavigny. Ga ster, Macbeth; Back Mary, Bhse Lee, Hitler Sir; Mnate ONeill, Bteckktck, AOonby; i utter. Miss Led-. Prince Brutus; Lemon Girl. Orderly and Basil at ig the entries. Hie wmuntl lor I racing is ,.f the bent. T. K. Lynch.

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