Sir Lynnewoods Victory.: Runs Away From Opponents At Brighton Beach Under Heavy Weight.; Watervliet Wins Like a Good Two-Year-Old--Earl G. Defeats Trash and Juggler--Two Horses Bleed in One Race., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-11


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SIR LYfflEWOODS VICTORY SUNS AWAY FROM OPPONENTS AT BRIGHTON BEACH UNDER HEAVY WEIGHT Watcrvliet Wins Like a Good TwoYearOld Earl EarlG G Defeats Trash and Juggler Two Horses 1 Bleed in One Race New York July 10 Sir Lynnewood the only flat runner in the stable of J K AVidcner carried top weight and won the feature race of the card at Brighton Beach this afternoon with great ease from ix others including the highpriced but disappoint ¬ ing FQiintainblue Zieuap and others Notwithstand ¬ ing that the Brady horse has invariably pulled up lame after every one of his recent races the public made him a strong second choice Sir Lynnewood was always an oddson favorite and monopolized the big support This veteran racer is one of the most conspicuous examples of a thoroughbred im ¬ proved with age of the past decade Formerly con lined exclusively to participation in sprint races the grand looking son of Sir Dixon Lady Wayward bids fair to make his mark as a longdistance per ¬ former in his old age as a racer racerWeather Weather conditions were perfect The track was fast but a trifle too hard and the card offered nearly a highclass one from a racing standpoint despite its lack of stake features The racing compared favorably with any afternoon program of the season although any lirst money on the program did not exceed 25 25The The record of the present meeting for formful results is still kept up three favorites one second choice and two comparative outsiders proving suc ¬ cessful cessfulWalter Walter Millers skill enabled Golconda to capture the maiden opening race for threeyearolds and over at one mile and a sixteenth The steeplechase which followed and was won by Waterspeed devel ¬ oped into a procession hut was interesting enough to watch although the result was hardly ever in doubt doubtWatervliet Watervliet continued the general opinion in the third race for twoyearolds that he is a youngster of stake caliber masquerading as a selling plater This also applies to Kniield which scored in the other twoyearoldsDavid race for twoyearolds David Dunhip acquired Tule Carsons fast two yearold ITakahira at private sale after the fifth race today todayT T i McGinnis was promptly on hand to boost the winner Enticld which Was entered to be sold for 500 The wit was tiually knocked down to his bid of 1100 Wood ford Clay tlie owner protested the sale claiming that Judge McDowell overlooked the protecting bid of trainer Brooks which was made before Kniield was knocked down to McGinnis No oflicial protest had been filed with the stewards up to the time of their departure from the track They did however conduct a brief investigation into the Star Shoot youngsters sudden and marvelous improvement as compared with his preceding race and it developed that his customary equipment of blinkers which he wore today with such astounding results had been left off on Tuesday when he ran his bad race raceWith With the exception of Brighton Beach all the racing associations up to Jamaica and Aqueduct have practically decided to run a majority of their stakes if not all and it is almost a sure tiling that the two endoft lieseason meetings will fall in line in that respect if there is the slightest prospect of their breaking anywhere near even on the propo ¬ sition Consequently the sport appears in much bet ¬ ter condition than it did a fortnight ago Jesse agoJesse IxMvisohn is speeding the summer at the farm owned by J B Brady situated about thirty miles from the New Jersey coast coastDr Dr Sayior the track veterinarian was given charge of the horse Disaster after his race of yesterday but found no evidence of doping dopingIt It is an unusual occurrence to have two bleeders in one nice but that is what happened in the last race at Brighton Beach today the horses St Joseph and Crack Shot l oth pulling up with hemorrhages from the nostrils nostrilsKarl Karl G a wonderfully improved threeyearold won an Impressive victory in the longdistance rare last on the card The time 2OG was fast and the company behind him included Trash and Juggler

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