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FIRESTONE UNLUCKY HORSE R. F. CARMANS MAGAZINE BEATS HIM IN THE FREEPORT HANDICAP. Prediction That Result Will Be Reversed When the Pair Meet Again — Fayette Shows Impressive , Return to Winning Form. I i Refer Y.ik. April ML— and r. Onai Magazine J was winner ,.f Uk rn.|M rl Handicap, the lea lure • I iln- afternoon .mi Aqueduct. His race was an excellent oar. for In- made all tin- pari- ami lasted !•» witl/Maud tin- final rush of Firestoue. 11. i- Hildreth ■tatter lliat ruled an s l ."• favorite. Firestone was unlucky in betag shut oft" in llu- i-arly running anil In- will probably reverse todays outcome tin- next time l.i- nreta Magazine, llu- iiay was cold ami rlmiily ami tin- track slow from recent rains. Sm-li • itii.liliniis lu:il its effect on the attendance, though marly ...111111 aere ii I ami. Next in toaaertaaee to • tin- Frccport was the wht and a half furlongs handi rap. wiiii-h brought together a smart Held. It was won *f Fayette, a 1 • year -old that went through , foal m ;imiu without winning a rai-i-. although at the end "f his two-year-old season In- was considered . Iiy many tin- equal i r siipi-rinr of Sir Martin, the iilt purchased bj Laala Winans Eat racing in F.ng l.md an. I which wi-nt tu the |«ist fa.uriti- in .the Derby "t BBBl year. Fayette i-anu- nut of his winter retirement looking extremely well and the easy maimer ill which he triumphed today suggests that he will Ik- a good aae this yi-ar. The teal was not fashionable, hut his race was nevertheless impressive. The FreciM.rt Handicap is of recent institution. Its luicf history is a- follows: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. MM Ucstisroiirhc ...:: !»7 Delaby .0*0 1 :2«» P.**! Not run liiis year. P.llo Magazine :■ 1o7 Langan 1.030 1:27?. George odours Foliie Levy easily daaaaaad of 0 Im and Cart Locks, the only ones to start against her and Richard T. Wilson. Jr.. won another two-ycai ..Ii] race with his consistent plater. Onager. FOUl upset some calculations when lie easily heal The Peer and Banbury. The lcer was easily Beat, hut he was luiilly haudled by Van Bonschofcn. who i-ould offer him no assistance. At the end of the program. August Belmonts Madcap was the winner of the race far two v. ar-ohl maidens. J. McCormick. who trains for 1 T. Chinn. today parehas«-d County Chairman from James K. Keeiie. Fled Gerhardy was a visitor at the track in the interests oi tin- Canadian meetings soon to begin. Wliile the ipiality of Hie x|tort at Aiiueduct so far has 1iih-ii excellent, improvement is looked for. The original AejaeetaH imcting will wind up on Thurs day. hut racing will net shift from the present sivne of operations, as the Queens County Jockey Cluh will assume control of the Jamaica program heginning Kri lay and closing May 11. The Kxcelsior Handicap, of *2.3 M«. one mile and a sixteenth, is scheduled for decision on Saturday. There are thirty-live eligiblcs. .-nil! these mav go to the |iost: Krestone. 12.".: Prime Ahmed. 12 i: Alfred Nol.Ie. 114: Magazine. MB: Wise Maaea, KW; Araae*. MS; Far West. 1 4: Gretna Green. MS: Berkeley, lirj: Marv Davis. K*i: Prime Iui|iiial. MB; Charlie Ilargrave. SMi; Duke of Ormonde. !i2. In addition to the ITlTCl*tar Handicap the Metro-patltaa Jockey Club program includes an attractive list of events worth from .*.1.OO0 to ,300. The fill fata H Stakes, for tww-ye.-tr-olds. to 1k run Friday, has eligliles from the lU-lmont. Keene. Hitch cock. Ilildn-th. Madden. Carman. Wilson. Oneck and Silver Brook Farm stahles. tlther even-Is for the juvenile division at the meet-ing are tin- Suffolk, the Bosiilale and the Elmhurst Stakes of *1 .«««» each. The Willianishurgh. for ihree-year-olds: the Newtown, for three year-olds ami upward: the Columbus Stakes, for three-year-olds, ami the Corona. Car three-year-olds and upward, are other established events at the meeting previously run at the Jamaica course.