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AMPEDO VANQUISHES BOBBIE KEAN. Kenilworth Card Is Ruined by Scratches Judge Carter Breaks Hip Neck. Buffalo, N. Y., July 5. Heavily backed hor3ea won a majority of the races at Kenilworth today. The defeat of Bobbie Kean, -which was a 1 to 3 favorite iu the fifth race, did not help -the bookmakers much, as the winner Ampedo had a strong following. In all but the sixth race the winners got off in front ami remained there for the entire trip. In its original stale the program was hardly attractive, but when owners got through scratching the card was simply ruined, and there was general complaint from the bookmakers and public as well. In the six races just thirty-three horses went to the post. Bobbie Keans stable connections were very confident and when the horse -was beaten they were a disgusted lot. Ampedo, however, bad every license to win. His California form warranted his having a chance to beat Bobbie Keau. Ampedo set a terrific pace and won easily. The first half mile was run in 4S and the three-quarters in 1:12. Ampedo finished out the mile in l:3!i, after being cased up all through the last sixteenth. In the steeplechase Judge Carter fell at the second jump and, landing, on his head, broke his neck. Jockey T. Rae, who had the mount, came out of. it with a fractourcd collarbone. Dulciau won the race easily. Barney Schreiber and "Bub" May left for New York last night. Mays mission is to bid bou voyage to his father who sails for Europe tomorrow witli Jake Markleiii. Mr. Schreiber has gone to transfer his jumpers to George-Howard, who in future will train them. G. II. Dudley has arranged to ship Dr. Keith to Brighton Beach Monday. In the same car will go Martin Doyle, Bobbie Kean and the two-year-old Carraugh. Several horsemen, among them Fred Wood, will ship to Texas at the conclusion of the Kenilworth meeting. Barney Schreiber, J. L. nayman and Jules Garsou are anions those who will send their horses to Saratoga.