Jacobite Wins Bayshore: C. R. Ellisons Golden Garter Gelding Takes the Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-18


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JACOBITE WINS BAYSHORE. C. R. ELLISONS GOLDEN GARTER GELDING TAKES THE FEATURE. Nicol Blamed for Defeat of Fort Johnson Killiecrnnkie Scores at Long Odds Whitney Stables Awful Failure. New York, September 17. Insufferably hot, lmmiil weather prevailed at the Itrooklyn track today. It drove the people to the seashore and helped to augment the attendance. The solitary stake fixture, the ltayshore, under selling conditions at the short six furlongs, went to the second choice .lacohite, running for the lirst time in C. It. Ellisons colors. The winner was entered for .,000 and not bid above his price. The. tabled history of the Bayshore Stakes is as follows: Year. Winner. A. Wt Jockey. Yal. Time. lS04Patrieian 3 102 Reiff .,025 1:4S 1805tPeaeemaker ..I 105 Hamilton . 1,12.". 1:42J ISOOJHarry Reed. ..4 IDS Sinims 1,130 1:14 1S07 Ilarrv Reed.. .5 10S Simms l,i:i 1:14 1S0S St. Oallatine..:: 100 Clawson ..1,335 1:14 ISO! Satin Slipper.:: or. Wilson 1,400 1:13s 1000 Lieber Karl. .5 110 T. Burns... 1,200 1:00?. 1001 T. Musketeer.:: 104 Shaw l.:!40 1:104 1002 T. .Musketeer. 4 110 .7 .Martin... 1.5.-.0 1:113 1003 King Pepper.. 5 105 Fuller 1,505 1:00?, 1004 Monet :: 105 Gannon ... l,.r.::5 l:10g 1!K5 Nan. Hodge.. 4 100 Diggins ... 1.005 1:10 1005 Shot film ! 110 L. Williams 1,840 1:10E 1007 Jacobite 4 lOS K. Dugaii.. 1,015 1:092 1 1-10 miles. 1 mile J3-4 mile to 1S00. Tom MeGrath, the heaviest backed favorite of the day, was virtually eliminated as a contender at the start. Frank Lord swerved across him and knocked him out of it. It seemed certain that lie would win, judging from the way the Held was acting at the post. The defeat of Harry Iayne Whitneys pair of .0,000 three-year-old geldings, Westbury and Perseverance, in the closing affair at nine furlongs for maidens, nfFhTsbcTrtlie sensation "of life day. Waller Miller rode the winner. Pins and Needles, and so far out-maneuvered the two jockeys, Notter and Swain on the favorites, that he was able to beat them with a fifth-rate animal. It was the general opinion that Westbury hadnt been conditioned or prepared for a longer journey than six furlongs. His defeat was attributed to that as much as to Ills riders stupidity. Swain was a joke on Perseverance. There were some big wagers placed on the Whitney entry at the almost prohibitive odds of 1 to 4. The lirst race was easy for Momentum, the favorite, witli Miller up. The running of the second developed a big upset. Nicol encompassed the defeat of the favorite and best horse. Fort Johnson. Everybody agreed as to that. Antaeus, backed from 4 down to 5 to 2 ran like a cart horse. The colts trainer, A. J. .loyner was absolutely speechless with astonishment as the race progressed. First Premium showed what he was capable of doing with a change of riders from the impossible Hooker to Radtke in the third race. He was the publics choice and almost backed off the boards. Old Honesty ran a dazzling race". Barney Schreilier captured the long distance selling race with Killiecraukie. The stable liked her chances it is said and Schreiber is said to have prolited enormously by her victory. Mr. Schreiber was not present, however, to see his lilly win. lie Is In California. Only two favorites rewarded their backers. Momentum and First Premium. It was a disastrous day for the players. Captain Jim Williams will race at Oakland lie said today and will ship after the Jamaica meeting. The good horse Cartilage will lie sent for the Hums Handicap. S. C. Ilildreth shipped three full carloads today to Oakland, California. Four horses in the consignment belong to C. K. Darnell. J. O. Koene shipped one carload of horses fourteen in number, to San Francisco this morning. II. M. Mason leaves for California this week to take up ills ten colts, and fifteen Tillies, the get of Orsini, Ossary, Cunard and St. Carlo. He will develop and race them at Oakland tiiis winter for their owner W. OH. Maedonough. The lot contains brothers and half-brothers, sisters and half-sisters to many noted turf stars.

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