Deutschland Wins Feature Race: Takes Handicap from Lady Esther Easily P. Dunne Annexes Two Purses, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-23


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DEUTSCHLAND WINS FEATURE RACE. Takes Handicap From Lady Esther Easily P. Dunne Annexes Two Purses. Ciuciunati, .0., October 22. Deutschlands victory In the seven furlongs handicap was popular, urn! it signalized his return to his best form. Carrying 11S pounds, he was conceding weight to nil the starters. He was sent into a long early lead, raced Beatrice K. into defeat going the first half mile and held his own gamely when strongly challenged by Lady Esther. Lady Esther, with lier light impost, was probably best today, but Shilling, who rode her. delayed Ids run too long. Ovolando, which J. S. Hawkins purchased lie lore the race for a reported price of ,000, dropped out of the running unexpectedly after going a quarter and came again with a rush in the stretch. The handicap for two-year-olds at six furlongs, vesulted in a lucky victory for Marbles. Lee managed to get her away from the post Hying, had elixir going throughout and won out by a length from Hustle and Rebel Queen. The latter was best at the weights, but was kept in close quarters during the stretch run by Rustle. The mile race went to Heine at long odds. Granada was forced back at the first turn. He was fully fifteen lengths in the rear, but closed up the big gap and appeared the winner in the stretch, but weakened near the end. Iat Dunne annexed two purses during the afternoon with Melzar and Dainty Belle. Mark Time scored his third successive win when he led his opponents home in the closing event. Tor 50 he looms up alKint the best Investment Marklelu has made in years. After Deiitschliiiids victory, Harney Schreilier announced that the horse would be shipped with bis California consignment. A number of Schreibers horses will arrive tomorrow from the east. Yiin-keejund. a filly by Deutschhind. standing seventeen bunds high, will be among the lot from Woodlands. Whisk Broom was sold by auction in the paddock before racing began. She -was bought by J. V. Strode for 50. Lattice, also slated to be sold, was too sick to be brought to the paddock. Several parties are negotiating with Barney Schreiber for the transfer of his good stallion, Sain. "How much have you been offered for him?" asked a bystander. "Enough to pay for a modern skyscraper." replied Schreiber. "Is he for sale?" was the next question. "Yes," said Schreiber. "at my price." Among others which Schreiber will campaign this winter in New Orleans will be Jack Atkin. Sanford C. Lyucs said today lie had heard from his Son, Lucien, and that he was riding in Ostend and "Would return to America about December 1. Mose Jacohson arrived today from Windsor with four horses in which J. H. . Madden has an interest, and will campaign them here until he ships to California. Jockey C. Kocrner was suspended for four days by the starter for disobedience at the post. Ileidel was fined 5 for a similar offense. There were many visitors today, from Louisville, including Ed Alvey and R. C, Tucker. Both reported conditions tame in the Falls City.

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