Temaceos Tulane Stakes: Wins in a Canter from Angelus-Sally Preston with Pedro Unplaced, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-23


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TEMACEO S TULANE STAKES. " . Si WINS IN A CANTEE FROM ANGELUS— SALLY PRESTON WITH PEDRO UNPLACED. w ii Cunning Best in the Two-Year-Old Race — Lens Scores Again tor Pat Dunne — Lord Id A Lovat Proves a Surprise. v rt New Orleans. La.. January 22.— The Tulaue Sell ing Stakes, one of the richest features of the . winter season here, made up the stellar offering of I g Nid - program - at City Park. The heavy track ;: n was instrumental in causing numerous withdrawals and Hie stake also suffered by the scratching of Juggler, Zipango. Momentum. John Carroll and Hyperion U. Their absence left eight to go and in a speculative way there was little to choose between Temaceo and Miss Delaney. although the former was most in favor near post time. of Favoied by good "riding. Temaceo was away from the |iost in the first flight and escaping interference on the first turn, where there was a bad jam, he r; was kept in close pursuit of Orphan Iiud and Sally 1reston for the first three-quarters. Notter then took him to the outside where the going was best and in the stretch run he came away to win as his rider pleased. The showing of Angelus was to creditable. He was in the worst going most of the way. but by sheer aaineness got up in time to beat Sally Preston for second place. Pasadena, but for suffering from early interference and a poor send -off. would have been at least second. The net value of the race to the winner amounted to ,470. The condensed history of the Tulane Selling Strikes is as follows: Year. Winner. A. Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. lMC. Shawana t 1«J Obert ,170 1:40 Pmh; Not run this year. r P.to7 Cohlic 4 JO.i Mountain .. 2.070 1:40 I HH Temaceo I 111 Notter 2.470 1 :4H£ l.ens again deiuonsi rated his right to rank among i the best sprinters here by his sterling performance I in the handicap at six furlongs. ■ in which Tileins and A I Muller were both given preference over hiin. | Al Muller went out at once into the lead and threatened to sprcadcagle the others, but the Dunne | reiiicsent.it ive stuck doggedly to his task. and. t gradually bat steadily gaining on Al Muller. wore t him down in Hie last seventy yards to win amidst I tumultuous applause. Al Muller finished fully ten .-lengths in front of Tileing. Excepting the stake all the other races were t keenly contested and the results were in doubt until within the last few strides. In tin opener Cunning gained the decision in a hard drive of four. Nasturtia beating Mrs. Sewall. with the improved Gloriole but a head back. E. T. Shipp. after many attempts, finally mad» good, but to do so be had to be ridden out to the laM ounce to stall off Apple Toddy. Lord Lovat, in the second race, enabled a sharp eastern contingent to profit handsomely by bis vie- ; tor.v. He was much the best and had to be. as his rider. C. I.ange. almost fell off him. He swerved in the last sixteenth, hut did not interfere sufli-.ientlv xvith No Quarter to warrant the claim of ■ foul lieiug sustained. After th" finish Lord Lovat ran away seven furlongs before his rider could get dim under control. Ivanlioe gained a fliiky victory in the closing i;i". as under better riding Tern"s Kod would have . won easi.y. Jockey Mulcjiliy, who has been riding for E. Trotter at Oakland, was an arrival today and will I ride here as a free lance. V. O. Joplin. who lias been training the horses . owned by A. E. K W. Mathews, has severed his eoniieetions witli the stable and will in future devote . his time to training the horses owned by himself. The news that racing would not be held at Hot 1 Springs this spring, was a blow to many horsemen , who had strong Impels of it coming off and made . arrangements to ship to the Vapor Citv. The story that syndicate bookmaking would be abolished 1 at Fort Erie insures that track a surfeit of racing material. At a sale by auction held in the paddock before the . raeing began, the following horses were disposed of. l.oiii-e K. ." 0. J. Clemming; Joe Shields. 70. M. Nicll: Agnes Wood. ;;0. M. EL Kush: Linnie Gordon. 00. M. H. Rexford: Maid Militant, 50, J. B. Kihy: Luther B.. M . J. 15. Rilev; Arrow Swift went to T. C McDowell for . supposedly •ought in for his owner. Sensational testimony developed in the William 1 Rabb trial, who sued Francis Trevelyan and others for damages for defamation of character, when 1 C. S. Wishard. who also was involved in the Rabb trouble that caused the latter to be ruled off at 1 City Park in February, l!MM$. stated under oath that lie had raced Pat Bulger with a leaden frog ? in his hind foot to injure his defeat. Pat Bulger I was favorite in the race, and Rabb had knowledge ol his ini. nded defeat. Wishard also admitted having received money from Rabb. The jury, alter bearing all the evidence and having the case under consideration briefly, decided for the defendants. ■

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