Standard To Peter Pan.: Electioneer, In His 1907 Debut, Is Badly Ridden By Koerner.; Martin Waits Too Long with Flip Flap--Ziephen Upsets Calculations--Claims of Foul Not Allowed., Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-12


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STANDARD TO PETER PAN. ELECTIONEER, IN HIS 1907 DEBUT, IS BADLY RIDDEN BY KOERNER. Martin Waits Too Long with Flip Flap— Ziephen Upsets Calculations — Claims of Foul Not Allowed. few York. .Tune 11. — Peter Pan. .1. R. Koenos Commando colt, which already had a Belmont stakes to his credit, was first home in the Standard Stakes el Graeeeeao this efteraeaa. The standard is tiio Brooklyn Jockey "lulls woighi -lor-ago race, ami those lliat opposed Peter Pan in Hie running w«-rc electioneer, winner of last seasons Futurity. Flip Flap, winner i t tlie Westminster llauilieap lasl Ihursilay. ami Ban Bulire. reeently graduated from the maiden laliks. there is ■ stave doubt if Peter Pan was ln--.t in tlie race. He Has handliMl with lielter jud" nieiil than Electioneer an. I I lip Flap, the only two lo s:ive liim little, anil the chances are that Hie next liuie he niecls the Voter -olt he will he seeoinl ehoiee in the market. InfoFtunately. Peter Pan iiml Klectioneer did not rome together in the for while Klectioneer is iu the eligible list Mr. Keeiies Bait is not. among those iiuuieil to wear the white ami blue polka dots. lie was nominated for the Brighton only. 1eter Pan was always the choice today. going to tbe post at " to 4. Klectioneer closed at IS to •"•. Flip Flap at :: to 1, and Pan Buhre was Ike outsider at ." 0 to 1 at the close. Koerners niisialncs with Klectioneer in the first quarter, "he hi? coll was making hi-, first appearance of the season aid was «s lit. i- iiauds could inaki l.i.ii. Goiag to the first turn he easily held Peter Pan, but Koerner took Uini back and continued to keep liim timler a smut, pull all through the backstrctch. Turning for home he was ner to the rail. Suit Koerm -r timidly took him to the outside of Peter Pan and. despite that move, he was catching Peter Pan at every stride when tbe finish was passe 1. Flip Flap had more speed than either of the rolls when the final drive came, but Martin had delayed bis run just a fraction too long with the filly or she! might have beaten the pair of them. lie started on the outside with her. when lie called on ther in the stretch, but when Fleet ioiu-er chose the same route he changed over to the rail. There she was racing straight and true aval, though she had been a half dozen lengths from Ihe leaders until the stretch was reached, at the end she was only beaten llircc parts of a length by Klectioneer, which had his nose at Peter Pans saddle skirts. Both Klectioneer and Flip Flap are iu Ihe Suburban and the race today qualified them lor an excel lent pei forma nee in that Mg feature for the opening day at Sheepshead Pay. Klectioneer has grown con siderably since his two-year-old maaa and Hie manner in which he finished under the whip after having bad a bad ride all ihe way, indicates him to be a remarkable three . veal old. The race was run in 2:0~ l and the fractions made it a truly gwd IMrforiuancc. Previous winners of the Standard Stakes, first ran in MM, were: MM, Kihelbcii: MOB, Ailvtuu e Guard: MM, lb-no; MM, .Major Darjigerfield; M03, Beldame: MM, Whim-i-al. Peter Pan and ha. lis Kdward were the only will ning favorites of this afterniKin. Charles Kdward romped of with the opening tfprbit at mliN-on. Maxnar upset one of the heavily backed choices when he came along in time to beat, out C. K. Pur-liclFs Saylor in the second race. Maxnar was as good as 10 to 1 in the market with few rakers until just at post time, when he was eM to K to 1. Ill the bird V. I". S-hnlies Zicphcn. which showed good form at New Oilcans, upset cab illations by winning in a drive from Bolando and Miss Angie. two oilier long shots in the market. Sepoy, the favorite, made Ihe pace lo the stielch. where Ziephen moved up on the ouiside and Ihe keeiie | oitng Met was crowded back and out of Ihe money. Martin made a claim of foul against the winner, though his mount had only reached -fifth place at the finish. His claim was not allowed_ Bright Boy. ridden by .1. Bowels, won the race in which maiden jockeys rode and Cloistoress and Boyal Ben chased him home. lji this race there was also I claim of foul lodged ajgainst the winner, the contention being that be had. crowded Cloister-ess to the rail in the stretch didve. It was p,ain that he was clear of the filly w aen he crossed oner to the inside and the complaint Wtm dismissed. At the pud of the program Bclpboebe wtos made the choice. but he was never a close contender. Queen Mar gucrite, the second choice, winning all the way.

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