Bobbie Keans Fast Mile.: After Being Kicked He Wins From Lotus Eater In 1:40 3/4.; Close to Pimlico Track Record--Tickle Canters Away With the Pimlico Spring Selling Stakes--Slaughter Is Injured., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-23


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■ BOBBIE BEANS FAST MILE. AFTER BEING KICKED HE WINS FROM LOTUS EATER IN 1:40?. Close to Pimlico Track Record— Tickle Canters Away With the Pimlico Spring Selling Stakes — Slaughter Is Injured. Baltimore. Md.. April 22. — The running of the Pimlico Spriug Selling Slakes was the feature at Pimlico this afternoon. This brought out a well balauced held, in which Tudor was the favorite. When the barrier went up Cousin Kate Hashed Into Ihe lead and set a hot pace. She went to the half iu 47J. with the others strung out. Tickle ran in behind her and on the stretch turn. Diggins brought her away and won easily. Prince Brutus came fast at Ihe end and took second place from the tiring Cousin Kate. The tirst race of the day brought, out a big field of maiden t wo year olds. The talent were much ar sea here, but Black Mask and Aw less drew most of Ihe support. A quiet tip, however, was out on F.lta Louise, a Hot Springs filly, and she proved to be the thing. only three started in the second race, but they were three cracks. Lotus Mater, Ormondes Right and Babble Kean. Lotus Eater on the strength of a last trial was made a 7 to M favorite and beavil-backed. The start was delayed for some time by Bobbie Keaifs antics at the post, during which he was kicked by Ormondes Right and severely cut. When the barrier was finally released Bobbie Kean was off Hying, went riglit to the front and proceeded to burn up the track. Lotus Eater was close up and at the stretch turn ranged up alongside Bobbie Kean and a royal struggle began. Bobbie Kean hung on with great gameuess and the three finished necks apart in l:40i, within a quarter of a second of the track record. With a stronger l oy up Lotus Battet would have won. John Madden s. ored a victory In the third race, his Saylor coming away iu the stretch and winuing easily. Venus set a warm pace in this race but gave it up on the turn into the stretch. Flavigny. the favorite, was jammed and could not get clear sailing. The steeplechase brought out a good field. Rock Storm, Paprika and Mooksie got most of the support, and they finished in tliat order. As the race was run Rock Storm was much the best. He went right to the front and, fencing cleanly, was never headed. Dromedary threw his rider and Souviguy fell, badly injuring Slaughter, who was taken to the haapltal in an ambulance. Fusilade was the best of the cheap lot in the last race. Jockey Louis Smith was suspended for th»« lemainiier ui the week for pulling up Ida Reck at the start. Will Shields is having his troubles with Jockey Nootie. on whom he holds a three year contract. No.. ne t.Hik French leave Saturday and up to date has not been heard from. His badge has been ordered taken up by the association. Seen races are scheduled for decision tomorrow and with such horses as El Dorado, Grumbling Soph. Revenue: Chippewa. Sally K., Water Dog; Nioless. Mary Cusiis. June Time: Flying Virginian. I.y sjstrata. Captain Hayes; Biltil. Servile. Beckon: Anna Smith, Azelina, Akhar: Venus, Verness and Paul Clifford figuriug in the entries there is a cheerful prospect ot excellent racing. J. H. Anderson.

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