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s i i l! , 1 I i I ] | , i i i • i ] . | ; , | STANLEY FAY MAKES A NEW RECORD. 1 In Seven Furlong Sprint — Carman Uncovers a Good 1 One — Selling War Continues. Los Angeles. Cal.. January 6. — The racing today was characterized by a Mather of spicy incidents | not the least of which was the fining of jockey M. . Preston $." 0 for not i erseverlng with Giovanni Ba-* I lerio in the first race. Preston has been casing up t his mounts when he saw he could not win, but was I taken severely to task by the judges today, and was plainly told that a repetition of such riding would | find i i iiai on the ground. : The halter brigade had an inning again today. ■ R. F. Carman taking a hand at the game and taking Baron Fsher away from owner W. D. Millard. i W. D. Millard ran up Chippewa from 00 lo I SI. ! ! . and J. B. Dunn lifted Auoura from 00 to I .0oo. both horses being retained by their respective owners. ■tarter Dwyer was in the box today and will re- main for a month. Holtuiau baring gone to Oakland. The Arrowed dropped dead after finishing in the first race. Pretension won the first race after being backed from 4 to 1 down to S to g at post time, while Toupee, the opening favorite, receded from S to ." to 4 to 1. Toupee led for six and one-half furlongs, where Pretension caught him and easily out-stavc.l hun in the final drive. The stable conuec- tions. tollowed by the New York contingent, recouped their losses by tb • victory of the Oriflamb — Vanity gelding. Val.je.in was made a 1 to :: favorite in the two-. eat -old race, but Copper Princess, from the Carman stable, show-d her hi-els to the Hildreth colt throiignciit the running and was never menaced at any stage of the race. Live Oak was her nearest contender to the stretch, where Yaljean moved up and finished an easy second. Chippewa won llie mile race in last time after being nulled close behind Progress, the pacemaker, to the last sixteenth, where be came with a rush to win by a length.