Patchogue To Jacobite.: Charles Edward, His Brother, Wins The Opening Race.; Miller Pilots Two Winners for Keene--Montgomery Loses to Zambesi--Herz Takes Masaniello from Durnell., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-24


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nTCHOGUE TO JACOBITE. CHARLES EDWARD, HIS BROTHER, WINS THE OPENING RACE. Miller Pilots Two Winners for Keene— Montgomery Loses to Zambesi — Herz Takes Masaniello from Durnell. New York. May S3.— The contract for second call on ihc services of Jockey Walter Miller -was a gooil investment lor James II. Kcene. Miller won two race* today in tin- Keene colon, and the victory of Zambesi in the handicap may he Credited din-clly 10 Miller* port m the race, for Montgomery was nnich the best. As well ridden as Zambesi was. Montgomery would have won all alone. it was the first appearance of Montgomery since he won the Crescent City Derby at New Orleans. Much _:;. Bad lie was called upon to make some prodigious weight concessions. His impost was 111 I lie, seven more than his weight tor age, and in- was conceding twetre pounds to EasabesL Be uas well liked hy his people. Who hacked him lib • rally, hut Shilling rode him very hadiy. He was palHwg up when going to the trot turn, where a lit ili- oat raj would have enabled him to hold ,his position. Montgomery lost several lengths because of this and when entering the laws aim ih was a loaa way behind Zambesi, which Miller sent away from the harrier in his usual hurry-up style, a proceed-in- whieb eoatrihweed largely to ins paeeoaa, Montgomery made up ground in the run through the baekatfWteh only to get into a pocket on the turn. where he had to he taken to the outside again. los- 11 - c.,,si,lciai.ic ground, in spite of all this be CahW on lo finish :1 good BCCOBd to Zambesi, which was always in Iront with nothing to bother him. The universal opinion was thai Montgomery should have wem easily and his 1 m- stamps him as a smari three-rear-ola. His next appearance will be in the Bayehester Stakes ;lt Belmont Park next Tuesday, tot Which he will take a lot of beating. ■7. II. Carey, the favorite, whieb was in receipt o seven pounds from Montgomery, had a PDBgh journey, als,, being cut off ami bumped off his stride two or three times, lie was fortunate to » ■ in the money after the interference he- met. Miller made it a double for .Mr. by winning the rloalag race with Bepey, the Carorite, which was iu Croat from the splinting of the barrier. Here was a big phflBg Maddens Dewafal Btafford lor this ra.e. the colt being boeked from M to 1 lo 4 to 1. He had betn priced to M. 1.. JVhwartz for and the offer was accepted randltlonal on his perforniance today. While neither of the partieo to the contract eoaid be seen afterward, it is probable thai negotiations are off for the present. Dennis Stafford seemed to be in some sort of trouble just after the start, as he dropped back losing any chance he Blight have had. Hi was so far out of it that Radtke w iselv concluded that an attempt to catch the leaders! would be lutil-and did not punish the mil Another promising three -year-Old came to light in the opening race. :i handicap aval the short six furlongs course, whfeh was woi, by Charles Edward, an added starler. The adding of Charles Edward was a new feature to overnight raci s. Jlie new system of conditions for overnight handicaps dies not provide for doclarat bus ;,,„[ ;r B,S |„„.„ the rale that all nor see entoted for such races ware pro-rammed. Three of t|„. acceptances for thf.s race were not carded. Tint a notation was made on the pro-ram that they -were eligible to start. Thai system is not ap p. prove popabu wiih the public. Charles Edward was Picked down a couple- of potato to close at ". to 1 and made a show of his company. The race was bis trial for the Carlton Slices lo be run Saturday. If he shows in the Carlton ,-ability to go on. he will he pointed for the Belmont .Slakes. Jacobite, a full brother to Charles Edward, won Hie PatehOgae Belling sSakn-s. the days feature. cooapletfag a doable for the Thoaaa-Paget stable. The owners couhl nor have profited much by the victory of .Tacobiitv. however, as lie went from B to 1. to 1 to 1. Previous winner* *if the PatehOgae Slakes were: ISSiS. teophaa; LSW, Satin Slipper; I.KK. Meehanus; 1901. Himself; 1002, £am-eion; lOOM. Plater; 1004. Ascension; 1 0.3. Bight and True: 100*1. Keator. The steeplechase developed a new rider rtt some merit in Gainey. who re4e the winner. Phantom. It was Qataeya first mouat in a race but lie rode Phantom with the skill of a veteran, keeping him close up to the fast CaBog for a mile and -i half Bad coming away easily when the latter tired. There were three falls in the steeplechase- and Bolder, who rode Snow King, was rendered un con scions. He was not thought to be seriously injured. Masaniello, winner of the fifth race, was bid up :. ad bought by Kmil Herz far John MadUL n started the bidding, but dropped out when Hat* bid 11.500. 0. :. Darnell boaght MaaaaMlo froit .7. L. McCinnis last Saturday for and as he had a good wager on the horse todsiy. he is nothing loser on the deal. Her?., who was at one time a partner of Durnell. will get together a raefag stable. He has been in Germany for the past two years. The long established Parkway Handicap is an attractive feature of tomorrows eatd and with oavoa races, such horses as Heknows. Beaj-dall. Six oclock; Moloney, Master of Craft Shennndoah: Suffrage! Brookdale Nymph. La I.onde; Philander. • Go He tween. Coy Maid: King James, Rootle, Servile: Sur-v« illauce. Troublemaker. Llnnepee; Vctvainv Ctini-nidi and Lad of I.angden among the goad oaeat likely to start, the racing should prove high class.

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