Far Wests Stretch Drive: Comes From Behind With His Usual Rush And Wins In The Last Stride.; Saracinesca Takes a Purse at Last--Fashion Plate Defeats Torbellino in a Grandly Contested Race., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-25


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FAE WESTS STRETCH DEIYE COMES FROM BEHIND WITH HIS USUAL RUSH AND WINS IN THE LAST STRIDE Baracinesca Takes a Purse at Last Fashion Plato PlatoDefeats Defeats TorTjollino in a Grandly GrandlyContested Contested Race New York July 24 The best horses carded for todays racing at Brighton Beach were very well suited by the muddy track conditions and with one conspicuous exception in Nealon they all elected to start with the result that the sport furnished was up to the best standard of the meeting There was general disappointment felt over the withdrawal of William Dnbois last years Suburban victor from the handicap which however became a very open affair in consequence Far West Question Mark and Tony Bonero monopolized the support The lastmentioned pair which were accorded the lions share left their backers in the lurch Both retired In the stretch leaving Far West the legiti ¬ mate winner to get up and win right at the end of a terrific closing drivo from Lally one of the extreme outsiders in the betting The race was one of the best contested of the season with the issue In doubt to the very last stride Two strideTwo oddson and an even money favorite In Sara cinesca Arasee and Fashion Plate scored right off the reel After that second choices held sway The long overdue Musgrav finally put one over and the jockeys and stable boys greeted him in a unique demonstration on his return to the paddock after winning on Saraclnesca Fashion Plate IS beginning to be regarded as an iron horse With a chance of riders from II Smith to J Lee the Oneck Stable twoyearold won his race at five and a half fur ¬ longs from Torbellino after a remarkable display of grit and stamina Westmore the winner of the fourth race is one of the first of the get of Cameron to score brackets in the east He was the hot tip of the fifth race raceThere There will be no changes at Saratoga The prices of admission will be the same as in the past and the field stand will he own as usual usualIt It is Cad Doggctts intention to acquire and race a stable of horses of his own and confine his betting operations to them strictly in future futureTallies Tallies Butler owner of the Kmpire City track will sail from Liverpool tomorrow It is said that he Is not yet aware of the arrangement recently made to run off his August meeting at Brighton Beach instead of over his own track at Yoiikers YoiikersIt It has been decided to run off the big1 15000 Empire City Handicap on a week day probably on the first Thursday following tne opening day which will be August 20 20The The Brighton stewards were unable to make any headway anyheadway in their proposed investigation into the therunning running of the colt Star Thistle on account of the thejtfrtencu jtfrtencu from the track this afternoon of his former formerMI MI jockeyThe iier trainer and jockey The Prince of 1ilsen inquiry developed that J W Colt owner of the defeated steeplechaser had Instructed his jockey not to use the whip on Hie horse because of bis sulking propensities until at the last obstacle no matter how far he dropped out of the running These orders Lynch religiously obeyed obeyedF F D Weir has announced that he will not race any of the horses in his charge including Rose ben at the coming Saratoga meeting meetingDavid David Gideon was today served with a subpoena to appear for examination liefore the Kings county grand jury tomorrow tomorrowJwyn Jwyn Tompkins has acquired Kentucky Beau at private sale for steeplechase racing racingArasee Arasee was the victim of a big runup iu the second race Cad Doggett bidding Andy Blakcleys chargo up from 1000 to 2700 before he stopped The stable bought in the muchimproved Blues geld ¬ ing for an additional raise of 5 Doggett had pre ¬ viously bid up Star Thistle In the last race the night before from 000 to lr OO and got him Star Thistle trainThe was turned over to Frank Taylor to train The Crest Handicap next Wednesday the closing days chief feature has been reduced in distance from one mile and a quarter to one mile mileIt It is reported tlvit Rranras came out of his race on Thursday in such had condition as to lie virtually broken down downTlic Tlic apprentice l oy Iieach has been suspended for the remainder of the meeting

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