Toupee Scores In The Handicap.: Native Sons Race Makes It Look Bad for Jockey H. Smith., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-04


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1 - ]- ■ - TOUPEE SCORES IN THE HANDICAP. Native Sons Race Makes It Look Bad for Jockey H. Smith. Oakland Cal., May a.— Only two favorites, Titus II. and Bedford, were successful this afternoon. Saudy is seemingly unequal to the task of landing a short-priced favorite. His work on Nabonassar was markedly inferior. On the other hand he displays extraordinary alertness and vigor on good tilings" like Red Reynard and Toupee. The las, named animal was heavily supported by I select lew and won the handicap arlth ease. Native Son, the i miner up. by his brilliant showing today, seemed to confirm the prevailing belief thai II. Smith had pulled the Stover colt in his previous rare. A high, chilly wind prevailed during the day. The track was ta-t and the attendance good. William Walker will leave for Toronto Monday next with his horses. Walker had a successful season here and will return next fall. C. Heifers has sold Fair Fagoi to A. I.inisinan and he will be trained b.v William Cahill. F.l Otros. of the Baldwin string, was kicked at the post in the last race yeMerday. Charles Van Diasaa, i- sal again with an announcement that he will sell his Masts .it taction next Wednesday. A capital program, is offered for Saturday afternoon aud With such fast horses as Cemiuell. Iha lanx. Lscalante: Tnrnaway. College Widow. Raleigh: Royal Rogue, toissiper II. . Burning Bush; I.isaro. Bdaria Gam, George P. MeNear; DaMmta, Brags;, Dutiful: Sanfara. Kokomo and Bedford named to -tart .in enormous attendance is sure to be attracted. H. Forslaml.

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