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SOLON SHINGLE WINS THE HANDICAP. Manzano Takes the Grand Canadian Steeplechase Jockey Tracey Is Injured. Buffalo, N. Y., August 17. The feature of the card of seven races at Fort Brie this afternoon was expected to bo the Grand Canadian Steeplechase, but as a contest it was a farce. Only three of the seven starters finished, the winner turning up in Manzano. The most spectacular race of the -day was" the fourth, the handicap at a mile in which the favorite, Peter Sterling, was beaten a neck by Solon Shingle in the fast time of l::Kj5. Jockey Englander arrived here from Saratoga this morning and will ride for M. Goldblatt during the remainder of the meeting. J. W. Pangle shipped Azelina to Baltimore yesterday. The mare was jumped on and badly crippled in her last race and will lie turned out for the remainder of the season. Before leaving here for Pougiikecpsie, N. Y., .Myron McIIenry purchased Pungent, Melange and Culture from G. C. Bennett and the lot will he raced on 4he Canadian circuit for the remainder of the year. Bowitehd ran in the name and colors of Mrs. C. E. Mahone in her race today, Mahone having purchased her of H. L. Thomas before the latter left for the Empire City. Another horse formerly owned by Thomas which showed up well today was Marion Moore, which ran in the name of W. II. Fizer. A. L. Poole sold the juniper. Sand, to B. Sutherland. Sand in the future will draw a chariot in tlie hippodrome races at the fairs. While at exercise this morning Prlncipia and Jacomo collided and fell. Jockey Tracey, who had the mount on Prlncipia, had his shoulder dislocated. Both horses came out of the scrimmage unharmed. Mrs. A. B. Cook has sold Bazil to Mode Nicol. Black Dress, which was withdrawn from the fust race yesterday, is now in the Pasadena Stable. A. J. Corey sold her before he left for New York.