Spindrift to Cabochon: Miller Makes Too Much Use of Mcarter in Early Stages, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-06


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SPINDRIFT TO CABOCHON. i MILLER MAKES TOO MUCH USE OF MCARTER IN EARLY STAGES. 1 Dinna Kens Public Trial for the Realization Is Satisfactory Jockey Owens Has an Arm Broken in Falling. i Now York, .1 lily 5. Cabochon, one of f lie extreme outsiders in tilt? betting, added another stake to 1 tin- credit of James R. Keene when lie beat Mc- Carter for Hie .Spindrift :it Sliccpsbead Bay today. In the absence of any of the real stars In the three-year-old division, McCarter was made favor- He. The Newcastle Stable colt might have won but for .Millers injudicious and exhaustive pace-niaking tactics, which allowed the winner at 20 to 1 to get up and run away from him in the last few strides. Interest in this race was considerably enhanced by the lirst appearance of Fountaiiiblue since his defeat by Zambesi and Blandy in the Brookdaic Handicap, Fouutuinhltic made a sorry showing. The layers made a his clean-up over tin? result of the race. , The Spindrift Handicap is one of the oldest of the Coney Island Clubs fixed events. Its history, in table, is below: Year. Winner. Vt. Jockey. Yal. Time. 1885 St. Augustine li t Blaylock ..,025 2:11? lSXOtThe I Sard Ill Fisher 3,125 2:0!J 1SN7 Hanover 12.". .1. McLhliu 3,3oo 2:11 , INKS Racclanil 1 IS Godfrey ... 3.250 2:12 18S0 My Fellow 111! W. Donohue 2,1110 2:101 1.S90 Sir John 121 M. Bergen.. 1,800 2:09J 1V.U Potomac 122 Hamilton .. 1,075 2:11 1892 Pickpocket 112 Taral 1.715 2:11? 1893Glenmoync 112 Sininis 1,740 1:514 1V.H Henry of Navarrcl25 Doggctt ... 1,950 l:5o"i 1895 Bright rhoebus..H2 L. Reiff .. 1,450 1:." 1890 Formal ...108 Littlelield . 1,100 1:50 1897 On Deck US Taral l.ir.O 1 :.-.;? 189S Sailor Kin;; 105 Mnlier 1,190 1:",: 1V.I9 Kthelbert 120 Spencer ... 1,::S0 1:55? 1900 Ir. of .Melbournelir. Spencer ... 2,150 1 :53 1!01 Cold Heels 10S OConnor .. 1.S70 1:52? 1902 Kanald 110 Wondcrly .. :!,000 1 :7i A 1903 Injiiuetlon 112 Camion .... ,"1,270 1 :52J 1101 Highball 120 Oil, .111 .1,21.-. l:r, l!iur Oiseau 121 F. ONeill.. ::,VM l:.V!i! 1900 Kuroki Ill Shaw 1,21." 1:.".:! 1107 Cabochon .103 It. I.owe ... 1,110 1:52; Distance reduced from 1 1-1 miles to 1 1-S miles. tAftcr a dead heat witli Dew-drop. In addition to the Spindrift Stakes there were five attractive over-night races, including a .steeplechase and a handicap at one mile, which was the best race 011 the card. The winner turned up in Dinna Ken, which picked up top weight and made an exhibition of his opponents. Experts declared it a splendid qualifying effort for the Idealization. The public was taken fully into the conlidence of the stable, knowing beforehand that it was to be Dinna Kens public trial for Wednesdays great stake, they eagerly accepted even money and less, about the Whitney gelding, ami lie never gave his backers a moments concern. Californians backed San Alviso liberally to show anil received prolitable returns on their investments when Rudolph Sprcckels horse was third. The western contingent hooked up witli A. L. Aste in the lirst race and were badly worsted. Altuda and Cold Lady were the mediums of some big plunging. C. J. Longs Illiy failed to deliver the goods. Aste Hooded the ring with wagers on Cold -Lady and she won like a 1 to 10 choice. Tile steeplechase was a chapter of accidents. Kiglit after the start .Merry Saint fell and a short time afterward Dr. Hellsworth met with a similar accident. Then the imported rider, T. OISrieii, fell off ISayonet when the Colt horse seemingly had a good chance of success. Jockey Owens right arm was fractured by the fall with Merry Saint. There was a delay of more than an hour before the ambulance arrived to take the disabled jockey to the hospital. Willi the contenders removed, Lancastrian was an outstanding winner of the long distance race otcr the grass course anil he was backed accordingly. It took Eddie Dugans best efforts, however, to land the Ellison horse in front. The last race resulted in a wholesale upset. The public choices were lost in the shullle. Miller piloting his only winner of the day on The Squire. There was comparative pjjace within the racetrack inclosure today after the excitement and turmoil of yesterday. The best of weather and track conditions prevailed and the attendance was approximately 15,000.

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