Probable Suburban Starters., Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-14


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PROBABLE SUBURBAN STARTERS. The Sul. in ban Handicap will be run next Thursday afternoon. In the absence of ante-post betting to establish a market, no well defined favorite is in sight. if it wes known that Burgomaster would be sent to 1 lie post lit and sound, there is no doubt that he would lie considered the probable winner. lie is a grand borne of very high class, but a cripple, and although in the care of a masterly trainer it is an open question whether lie can be made fit for such a bruising race. Leaving Burgomaster out of consideration it is evident that James R. Keene possesses a for niidahle chance of repeating in the Suburban the triumph Superman brought him in the Brooklyn. Superman gained a twelve pound penalty there. raising his impost from 98 pounds to 108, This would seem to cut him out of am bin a remote chance, hut besides him Mr. Keene has in the Suburban tiie font vear old Kuroki. at 108 pounds, and the three-year-olds, Court Dress. MS, Philander. 07. and Veil. 94. Last year Veil won her only starts, two races, with sensational speed. Philander and Court Dress are in excellent winning form. Kuroki may be a good horse, and. if so. is lightly in. Altogether it appears more than probable that the horse that beats the selected one of tiie Keene eligibles should win the Suhur ban of 1907. of the eligibles Superman has incurred a penalty of twelve pounds. Dr. Gardner, Flip Flap and Frank Cill eight pounds each, and Blaud.v, Mont gomery and Court Dress four pounds each. In cases of horses originally handicapped to carry ll.i pounds or more, penalties apply to the extent of oniv one half. This remits half of Dr. Gardners penalty, increasing his weight from lis pounds to 122. the revelations of racing and training have removed many eligibles from the list of starting probabilities, and at present it seems the field will come from the following: Bones. Agc.Wt. Horses. Agc.WI. Dr. nardner t 122 Kuroki 4 lOs GO Between Ii 130 Wexford 5 108 Flip Flap 4 138 Electioneer •! KM Sir lliiou 4 I1!» Montgomery 3 MM Dandelion 5 117 Frank dill 3 104 Oottontown 4 117 Court Dress 3 108 Running Water ..4 1 li fountainblue 3 loo Dishabille 5 115 lack Atkin :. 100 Tokalon fi US Tony Faust :; loo Blandy S 114 Beacon Light 4 loo Nealon 4 113 Philander .i 07 Cairngoom 5 111 Kentucky Beau ..3 !M Bedouin 5 HO Veil 3 94 Gallavaat 4 HO Ienarris 3 83 Ironsides 5 M8 Okenite 1 83 Of the foregoing Dandelion. Banning Water. Dis liabille. lDkalon, Nealon. Bedouin. Ironsides. Wexford, Montgomery, Frank Cill. Fountainblue. Bea con Light .lack Atkin. at least one from the Bebmont Stable and two from the Keene stable are now deemed sure to start, making an almost assured liehl of sixteen starters, with possibilities ol in. .re. especially if the track should be fast and the weather warm. The Suburban of this year closed with eighty four nominations, of which Tiptoe. Oiseau. Proper, First Premium, Ballot. Gretna Green, Arctte, Gri mahli. Inquisitor, Bulls Rye, W. H. Daniel-, Blakes town. Loislilla and lsrafel have been declared and Mot Toddy is dead.

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