Charles Edward A Loser: Patchogue Stables Star Not Ready And Easily Outpaced By King Cobalt.; Royal Captive Runs a Good Race--Tony Bonero Takes a Handicap--Firestone in Work Again--American Nominations Abroad., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-23


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CHAULES EDWARD A IOSER PATCHOGUE STABLES STAR NOT READY AND EASILY OUTPACED BY KING COBALT Royal Captive Runs a Good Race Tony Boncro BoncroTakes Takes a Handicap Firestone in Work Again American Nominations Abroad New York Inly 22 William Pubols record breaking race horse Charles Edward received his first imtlle trial of the year in the third race at Brighton Beach today The grand looking Golden Garter Flora Mac fouryearold stripped decidedly oil the big side was the last to get to coins and had to lie ridden hard for a position in the early part of the race lie was never formidable after going Ilic lirst quarter tlie race being a onesided affair Kinr Coital t losing his opposition almost from the start and winning pulled up by four lengths with The Suirc a length and a half in front of Charles Edward Tlie latter attracted many favorable crl ticisms His every move was watched with keenest scrutiny and predictions were freely offered that when keyed up he would prove the only horse ill training capable of giving Iallot a race The Brighton Derby winner of 1007 was thrown out of training last August or nearly one year ago on ac ¬ count of feet trouble They were shelly and tender and caused him much pain when in action This has been remedied new hoofs have been grown and existing records will probably be smashed when Charles Edward gets down to business on a fast track trackThere There were not many retirements from engage ¬ ments this afternoon and as far as could be learned none because of the condition of the going which was in marveloiisly good condition considering the drenehing it had received over night Fitz Herbert and 1receptor were absentees from the opening race to general disappointment On paper this was the most attractive juvenile race that has been carded this meeting With the pair of stars with ¬ drawn Hoyal Captive the public choice and ridden by Walter Miller with 118 pounds up won very oil sib and established herself a lilly of nearly high class classTony Tony Boncro at 4 to 5 romped away from his opponents In the smallest lield numerically of the afternoon In the handicap at a mile and an eighth This was followed by one of the most spectacular and bestcontested steejtlechases of the season More horses participated than usual and the result was satisfactory and formful St Nick drawing out decisively at the end endWhat What was thought to be the biggest certalntv of tlie day was nearly upset in the last race Short Cut at 1 to 4 gathering a hardearned prize only after a conspicuously vigorous ride by the colored jockey J Lee LeeIt It was very sultry at the track witli a suggestion of more rain in the clouds that hung heavily over the course There were also disquieting rumors in Srculation of impending arrests by the wholesale and even the possibility of the gates being closed by the police on the grounds that it was a disor ¬ derly resort Still the racegoers were not dis ¬ heartened tlie crowd that journeyed to Brighton ex ¬ ceeding OmiO OmiOGeorge George Wickcs who has Itcen acting in the capac ¬ ity of foreman was posted as the trainer of Ous Helm J L McGinn only starter today It is said that McGinnis will do his own training henee flrth flrthA A man by the name of KitzeLwas arrested in the lield enclosure during the afternoon on a charge of petit larceny committed in Manhattan No arrests for alleged violation of the antibetting law have occurred at tlie track for two days daysMatt Matt Allen trainer of T B Bradvs string says that if he ships to Saratoga at all it will be on the opening day 1 W CoIt has acquired the horse Kosario from Mat tie Corbett for lumping purposes Several purposesSeveral prominent layers including A T Lew Tom Shaw and Sam Sliaen who hud been sub oenae l io appear Itoforei the grand Jury testified during the forenoon Mr Levy who lias been ill for the past week was excused after a very brief session The sessionThe stewards of the Joekev Club held a conference yesterday and another today The results of their deliberations publicW were not made public W C Father Rill Daly was overcome bv tlie beat or more resembling an attack of vertigo during tlie noon hour lie was quickly revived with the assistance of friends and appeared none the worse for tlio experience during the afternoon afternoonThe The Duryea mare nuniiing Water is working remarkably well these days Her last trial on Tulr 21 was at a mile in 1224 i I 111 and 11 casing up but she is old and cunning Rag ¬ man which was claimed by the Oneck Stable on Saturday for 1200 was subsequently resold to W S House In whose colors the Planudes two yearold ran yesterday For a colt which is said to have a leg Itagtnans was a remarkable per ¬ formance formanceFirestone Firestone Is receiving slow galloping exercises of mornings The cut he sustained in the Common ¬ wealth Handicap still lias a bad look Of the juven ¬ iles Uubla Granda is in rare form but Hosevale and Tom Hay ward are liotli off Neither of them can et up a respectable gallop in their morning trials Ireiulcio is also in very itoor form formAmericans Americans are represented by thirtynine nomina ¬ tions in the Epsom Derby and thirty in the English Oaks of 110 The nominators comprise the follow ¬ ing list of prominent turfmen in this country Au ¬ gust Belmont J II Keene F H Hitchcock Harrv Payne Whitney II 1 Duryea Elliott Cowdin II T Oxnard Claronce Mackay Mrs J O Pepper and J E Madden MaddenHcccnit Hcccnit arrivals of horsemen from the west are John Hall with Goldproof and the Kentucky Dcrhv winner Stone Street and T P Maybcrrr and his old beer guzzler Hohln Hood

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