Arasee Defeats Bouquet.: Gets The Best Of The Start And Leads The Filly All The Way.; Navajo Takes the Steeplechase--Sweet and McCarthy Divide Riding Honors--District Attorney Elder Still Active., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-28


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ARASEE DEFEATS BOUQUET GETS THE BEST OF THE START AND LEADS THE FILLY ALL THE WAY Navajo Takes the Steeplechase Sweet and McCarthy McCarthyDivide Divide Riding Honors District Attorney AttorneyElder Elder Still Active New York July 27 The beginning of the final week of the Brighton Beach July meeting of twenty lays was marked by perfect weather and big patron ¬ age In the latter respect it has proven a surpris ¬ ingly profitable meeting conservative estimates placing the net profits at 50000 50000The The usual Monday card was decided and for a change the favorite in every race but tin last went down to defeat As a matter of fact only one of the five discredited choices finished as good as see oud This dubious honor fell to Bouquet in the feature race at a mile the crack Haggln lilly being relegated at the start into second position where she held forth throughout the entire iourricy In game but unavailing pursuit of Arasee Thomas H Williams promising apprentice jockey Sammy Sweet shone to particular advantage on the winner as his alertness at the start figured largely in the result A good stari in the Brighton Beach mile lias a greater hearing on the ultimate result than any starting point on the metropolitan circuit morn races having been decided by it than on any race track in the country This is due to the nearness and abruptness of the first turn Sweet rounded out a good days work with a success on Uagmun in the Hosing race for twoyearold racers McCarthy with two winning mounts to his credit shared the days jockey honors with him himFive Five jnmiMjrs of inferior grade contested the steeplechase Navajo the victor pulled np a hope ¬ less cripple This was Jay OBriens first success on the turf in his own colors Despite his evident unrttness cnid lack of condition Navajo was able to vanquish Paprika and Baunell in as pretty a contest as has IKMI brought off during the meeting Civita Kffendi George 5 Hall Ileknows and Crania were unsuccessful mediums of misguided plunges The victories of Uomecrest Navajo Comedienne Arasve and Ragman were all marked by big letting coups The coupsThe last two winners elicited bids when put up at auction after their respective races Black Mary was advanced from hVr original entered selling Drice of 1000 to 1500 by I T Winslow repre ¬ senting Maurice Kraus and was bought in J S lloj llagmans former owner boosted him from S1400 to 2000 His present owner retained the fast Planudcs gelding with a protecting bid of ir SIg Rosenthal who created a disturbance Sat ¬ urday when placed under arrest on the charge of registering a bet has been denied the privileges of Brighton Beach and all other racing associations nder the jurisdiction of the Jockey Club NA report circulated to the effect that the sheriff of Saratoga had sworn in 150 deputies to enforce the law at the Saratoga meeting aroused considera ¬ ble interest among those who are going to spend the next two weeks up the state stateThere There were three arrests made at Brighton Beach today all In the field The names of the men taken Into custody for alleged violations of the antibetting laws are C Greenwood O Singer and S BrownAccording Brown According to official figures racing on Mondays on the different New York tracks for eight years has shown more profits than when conducted on any other day dayIt It Is rumored that the Kings County grand jury before it adjourns will issue a presentment stigma ¬ tizing the race tracks in that county as disorderly resorts within the meaning of the law lawWith With such a presentment to back him up Acting District Attorney Elder threatens to raid them as disorderly places and close them up In support of his right to close the tracks Elder quoted the case uf Delaney vs Flood in 133 N Y In this case the Court of Appeals upheld the right of an officer of the law to picket the entrance of a gambling house and warn away all who attempted to enter enterThe The grand jury will reconvene when the Brighton track reopens on August 17 for the meeting of the Empire City Racing Association which lias been transferred to the shore track because the Yonkcrs course is less accessible accessibleTrainer Trainer Henry McDauicl arrived at Sheepshead Bay today with nine horses C H Shilling te ¬ stable Jockey came along and will be seen in the saddle tomorrow tomorrowIt It has just leen learned that Fred Burlew has applied for citizenship i ai ers in France and will make that his home and adopted country in the future futureRobert Robert E Neville was a visitor at Brighton Beach this afternoon afternoonA A G Blakeley will not race the Emery horses at Saratoga They will be rested up for the Km ilre City meeting the last two weeks in August AugustV V O Scully shipped his string to the Sna on Sunday Chicago OBrien has won heavily since the new system of oral hotting has been in vogue here

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