Bad Track Causes Withdrawals: Six Race at Windsor is Declared off and Excitement Wins the Substitute, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-27


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BAD TRACK CAUSES WITHDRAWALS. Sixth Race at Windsor Is Declared Off and Excitement Wins the Substitute. Detroit, Mich., June 20. The going at Windsor today was soft and deep and scratches were numerous. The original sixth race was declared off and a selling, race at a mile was substituted. The finishes in all or the races were of the straggling order. The best-backed horse of the day was Ed. Trotters Excitement, which won tlie sixth race easily. Excitement threw his rider while being warifled up and ran away. This caused the long opening price against him. The biggest disappointment was the defeat of Charlie Eastman, the odds-on favorite in tlie third race. Charlie Eastmans behavior at the post was the cause of a bad start. The winner was the well backed second choice. Dr. Mack. Fred Luzaders stable of nine horses and M. Boasbergs three are due tomorrow from Buffalo. Alta McDonald, whose entry was refused while in the ownership of K. Xtickney, has been sold to A. L. Poole Tor ,200. and will be allowed to start. Mose Goldblatt sold to Frank Risk today for a priv:f!e consideration tlie tbree-year-obl JoeFallcrt. Trainer John Walters, with King of Troy, Grande Dame and other horses belonging to George Hcudrie arrived from Latonia today. Tlie Gerst jumpers and A. J. Staffords stable were shipped to Latonia tonight.

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