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J. E. SEAGRAM WINS ANOTHER STAKE. Main Chance Captures Woodstock Plate — Colonel Favertiale Found to be Blind. Toronto. Int.. May ST. The Weather was cold and raw today, yet I here was a big crowd at Wood Uae Park. Taiuc contests were the rule. The Woodstock plate, the feature ra.e of the program, went to .1. B. Seagram, Main chance winning with lidicchms ease from the hcaily backed -I. i;. Laughrey. The tatter was bobh too fortunate at the start and when the barrier went ap he was last to leave the post. Nicol was forced to la!-. him to the outside on the first turn but in the backstrct.il he cut SCTOM to the inside and for the remain. lei- of the trip was in the beavj going. The colt finished gamely, however, and in tbe Baal drive em stay..! Lord Boanerges for second ra , . Main chance was easily the best. McDaniel rode him with good judgment. Toareaue, the KirkSeld Stables c.-!i. made a good show in- bin the 127 pounds was too big a harden. Colonel Iaveilale. while being warmed ip lor the secaad race, bolted into the outside fence, unseated his rider: then cut across the track to the inside fence. Winn lie was eaaghi the judges ordered that he be examined. It was found that tbe colt is blind. The stewards Immediately ordered that Colonel 1averdale be scratched am! Instruction:! were given to the secretary not to accept his entry in the fill lire. This necessitated new betting on the race, causing a delay of fifteen minutes before the horses w ere called to the post. lie steeplechase proved a rousing contest, Cold Baa and Mooksje fighting it out for a half mile. The former proved ga st in the Baal drive and beat the I.orillard filly a half length. The BeH was very deep in spots, which accounted, for the slow time made. .I... key Perrett was saapeaded by the starter for tbe remainder of the meeting for disobedience at the JMISt. Iliima 8. Burt a bighly-tried two-year-old filly bj The Commoner, in tin- stable of fled Cook, i-in bad condition and no! expected to live. The Illy braised her heel ami it is feared that lock Jaw will develop, lliiuia S. Bart was said to have shown as mack speed as Johnnie Klake. Louis lasher arrived here yesterday from New York widi Gotdie, Comidcralhm and other horses. He will ra-e his string ,,,, 1 1 1 1 ■ northern aiTCUlt for tin- remainder of tbe seas m " Ked " Walker has ahOBt decided to geld, blister and turn out Edwia Cum. Since ho came here from California the col! has been going sore. I his was responsible for his poor showing in the Toronto Cap. Fred Cook will ship his stable to Hamilton, thence to Baffalo and after the —ret tag at BeaUemrtb Lark he will go to New York. Johnnie Klake. the good two-year-old in this bare is almost a ceaater part of Kurtzinanu and Consequently a noble lookin. ...It. Jockey Nicol has come to a realizatioa thai, his riding days arc numbered and he is saving his money. He js now the best paid jockey ridiag in the west and has put by a Comfortable sum. Little Jack Walsh, who, until his accident al Windsor in the fall of 1905, was one of the leading jockeys on tin- Canadian circuit, is now a bell boy in the Basin House here. The lad had both legs bioken in thai fall at Windsor and when he re covered, he found it impossible to ride. His brother Jimmy Walsh, who formerly rode for Pat Danae, is now the owaei of an express and teamiag busin-i esa in Buffalo. An indifferent card is offered for tomorrow hut wiih Irene Oestfaliee, showman; Meadawgieea, PrescatJ, Baa; BiBterry, Kelpie. Scotch Pebble; Lulu Toaag, Gallstaa, tlnhstnaajr; EeJiaa, Skipper. Neitie Carila: Clifton Parge, Thistle Do. Behreedera Mldwaj : Herman Johnson. Kiamesha II. and Oleaaa amoag the entries some interesting fin-whea may he Witacaacd T. K. Lyneh.