Easy for Johnnie Blake: [Illegible] Eighth Straight [Illegible] in Iroquois Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-28


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EASY FOR JOHNNIE BLAKE. SCORES HIS EIGHTH STRAIGHT .VIC-T IN IROQUOIS STAKES. Escut i the Medium of a Coup Lcc Har-. n and Royal Lady in Close Finish - Will -Rebuild Jumps. i Y., June 27. Johnnie Blake, easily it-old shown on the Northern Circuit .1 his eighth straight victory when i ols to the others In the race for the i ;it Kenilworlh Hark this afternoon. ! was naturally an odds-on favorite. .ges of the race he loafed along In which outbroke ,the others at the 1 .mI up a two lengths lead iu the, Bounding the turn Into the home-k Johnnie Blake to the front with soon as he had passed Shindy he Nicol had to strike him a couple is whip to keep him going. . The th a great burst of speed and be-i post was reached ho was u half front, but at the finish he was estraint. Moquelte, which got nll and was outrun in the early big gap and caught and passed i through the homestretch, getting a length. Desideratum, an added n off; "He was never prominent e race. -take the program was an ordinary races being selling affairs. Es-s in the Hard race meant a good cmers, though very little money i horse in the local ring. The uttered around in the handbooks ! .ughout the country. Escutcheon y race. He set a terrific pace ing the first, quarter in 22 and ltig. He had everything back of ntering the homestretch, but at iring himself and was doing his i- Smith out a length and a half. Dolinda and Lee Harrison II. drives to win their races, while rouble In getting a runaway vie- i Dolinda was bid up ?200 by B. i. er Walker took Warning from I Toronto meeting and todays taliation. Walker protected his h... him In. He then claimed Court M. i shed second for . i ie apprentice under contract to I; ... liner for the Hayuiau-McCarreii Iiis first winner when he piloted ii ue in the opening race. M L. II.. -on! New York this morning and u i r a few days. 1- this afternoon Henry J. Morris, the i. steward, inspected the jumps iu the - eld and decided that they would ha. !d. All will be made wider and se. "iiilt to the regulation height. v . trainer for Fred Cook, left for K. ning to close an option he holds fin- .ii about fifteen .yearlings. While in ili. ill visit Walter O. Banners farm near purchase several colts by The Comn - them a full brother to Johnnie 31a k. ii o the memory of his wife, who ili.-.l s airo. Christy Sullivan wired Maurice W i i in filly Boyal Lady in the name of hi- Sullivan.

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