Good Day for Windsor Talent, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-06


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GOOD DAY FOR WINDSOR TALENT. Detroit, Mich., July 5. The talent had a good day at Windsor. Three favorites and a well-backed second choice won. The greatest disappointment was the defeat of Peter Sterling in the feature race at a mile. Nat B., the winner, was practically unsupported. Reside was the pacemaker until well into the stretch, when Nat 15. moved up with a rush, caught Reside and passed him within a few yards of the wire. King of the Valley, in the fifth race, clipped a fifth of a second off the track record for a mile and an eighth, running the distance iu 1:53J. Jockey Burton was lined 5 by the judges for carrying Peter Sterling wide on the turn into the stretch in the third race. Starter Dwyer has put May Breunau, Sir Balin and Cantless on the schooling list.

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