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MISS LIDAS IMPRESSIVE RACE. Kentucky Oaks Candidate Beats Fleming a Mile in 1:40J — Jockey Brandt Is Injured. Lexington. Ky., May 3.— The victories of Fay and Miss Lida, neither of which was given consideration by the general public, made their owners happy this afternoon. With the close of the meeting but one day off. local followers of the thoroughbred turned out in force, the attendance lieing fully equal to that of the opening day. The track had dried out and was at its best, as Is evidenced by the time made in several of the races. A large delegation came from Cincinnati to witness the running of Goldproof and Field Lark. lioth of which are in the stable of Joseph W. Iugh, of Covington, and they were disappointed. Both horses finished second. Morales beating Goldproof out a length in the second race, while Fay easily galloped away from Field Lark in the fifth. Fay proved herself a sprinter of some merit. She broke from tiie outside, rushed around the others and set a terrific pace, winning with much in reserve. Black Mary made amends for here recent disap pointments by winning the third race. She had an outside position at the post and when the start came escaped interference she met with in her two previous starts. Lee managed to get her going fast in the first sixteenth and she was soon out in front setting the pace. She led her opponents ■ merry clip and won easily. The five furlongs in 1:01 J marked a good performance. Allan Steele showed a formidable Kentucky Oaks candidate in Miss I.iila. which Mi the fourth race, beating Fleming out a head and running the mile in 1:40*. The track record is 1:40. made by Ducat in MM. Miss Lida is a handsome, big filly and runs like one that could stay all day. She came from behind in her race today and displayed rare game-ness under a gruelling drive. • 4 J. H. Bakers apprentice, Brandt, got a nasty fall with Monohord in the sixth race. The mare got caught in a jam while rounding the turn into the backslreteh and went down. Brandt was unconscious when picked up and it is supposed that he has sustained a slight fracture of tiie skull. The closing day of what has been a remarkably good meeting, will be marked by the decision oi an excellent program and with such good ones as R. C. Rann, Great Pirate, Waldorf Belle; Tom Gil-roy, Chamblet, Dorothy Scott; Toplofty. Richmond Duke, Buto; The Abbot. Halliard, Incubator; Kal-ltert, Black Fox. La Sorciere; American Belle, Mon-vina and Deuigro showing in the entries, the racing should be of the best. T. K. Lynch.