Hamilton Meeting Still Flourishing.: Sir Galahad Fails Toronto Following--Please Keeps on Winning--Redondo Sets a Record., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-13


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HAMILTON MEETING STILL FLOURISHING Sir Galahad Fails Toronto Following Please Keeps on Winning Redondo Sets a Record RecordHamilton Hamilton Out Juno 12 The talent fared bet ¬ ter today at Hamilton and managed to pick half of the card Miss Imogene Please and Ucdondo were the winning favorites favoritesA A crowd of 2500 the majority of them from Toronto came down especially to back the Sea ¬ gram horse Sir Galahad which was thought to have the race on tho turf at his mercy Sir Galahad was the shortestpriced horse of the day Track ¬ less however upset the calculations and came homo an easy winner from Lexington Lady while the favorite placePlease managed to land in third place Please again demonstrated her S cod by winning the fourth race all the way while Night Mist dropped Into second position after a sharp struggle with Herman Johnson Ucdondo had no trouble in disposing of his opponents in new trackrecord time in the five and a half furlongs sprint and won pulled up upBill Bill Horron finally won brackets in the first race by defeating the favorite Estelle C by two lengths NIcol was carded to ride Kstelle C but at the last moment it was found that ho had not arrived from Toronto and Goedike was put up and managed to get her off last lastU U B Stelle Ixiught Miss Imogene from Mode Nicoll todayJ after she had won the third nice today J Nixon trainer of the Valley Farm Stable was called to Toronto today on account of the death of his father fatherMany Many applications for stable room are being re ¬ ceived from Buffalo at Hamilton HamiltonAn An effort is being made In the event of the 15uf faio meeting being declared off to induce Messrs Parmer and Hoiulrie to take the Buffalo dates and run them at Windsor

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