Double for Lazarus at Buffalo: Tee Tick and Right Royal Run Away from Their Company-Heavy Track, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-13


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DOUBLE FOR LAZARUS AT BUFFALO. Tee Tick and Right Royal Run Away from Their Company Heavy Track. Buffalo, X. Y., July 12. The colors- of Samuel Lazarus were carried to victory in two of the races at Kenilworth Park this afternoon. The winners were Tee Tick and Right Royal. Botli horses made runaway alTairs of their races. Tee Tick was hut little fancied. Over Right Royals victory, however, a small-sized killing was made, the horse being heavily backed at even money. An old Xew Orleans trick was adopted by Tee Ticks trainer. The colts hoofs and ankles were smeared with lard and he had no trouble running in the deep going. Right Royal made an exhibition of his opponents. He went to the front before they had taken a dozen strides and after racing under restraint for the first half mile, drew away and the further they went, the bigger the gap he opened. He was twelve lengths in front of Xo Trumper at the finish. The stewards today acting on a complaint lodged by Richard Dugan, fined W. II. IToirErntr00 and ordered that all further entries of horses in his interests le refused. Holland got into an altercation with Dugan, who is a stable hand, on Wednesday last, hence the ruling. Dugan says Holland shot at him. Jockey J. Murphy, at present riding at Windsor, lias been granted an apprentice license by the Jockey Club and will lie seen in the saddle here on Monday. In the absence of Henry J. Morris, who is in bed with a sore throat, Colonel Robert Neville acted as presiding steward this afternoon. Steeplechase jockey Pemberlon, who is confined in the German hospital as a result of his accident on Rock Storm, recovered consciousness tills morning and he will probably pull through all right. II. Rites will ship his. string to Brighton Beach on Sunday. It. Boyle will return to Gravcscnd witli his stable next week and the Beacon Stable will ship to Saratoga. Jockey Charles Grand, the Chicago boy, who is on his way to Brighton Beach with the stable of E. Wayland, did good work in the saddle at Kenilworth, having been unplaced in hut eighteen races out of thirty-seven mounts. His record is live firsts, ten seconds, six thirds and eighteen unplaced.

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