Brooklyn Handicap Day near at Hand., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-26

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| I I ! J . , i ; 1 • 1 0 IJ ■ a t e e t e t e t i- 1 j 11 - V - t 11 t •, BROOKLYN HANDICAP DAY NEAR AT HAND. The Brooklyn Handicap will he run Tuesday afternoon. Time was, not so many years back, either, when its decision would have been awaited with intense interest throughout the turf world. But the untoward occurrences of recent years have shorn the Brooklyn and Suburban Handicaps of much of their standing, although they are still vested with a lead measure of their old-time fascination, especially for New Yorkers. This year the guaranteed ,000 value of the Brooklyn contrasts illy with its former 0,0ta, hut owners have grown accustomed to accepting small favors thankfully, and it is quite probable that the Brooklyn field of 1!10 will rank favorably with those of preceding years. Although there has lwen hut little in the way of preliminary announcement, from what has gone on in racing so far it seems probable that the following good horses may go to tlie post: S. C. Hildreths b. c. Fitz Herbert. 4. by Ethel- ! l»ert— Morganatic 130 S. C. Hildreths br. h. King James, 5. by Plaudit —Unsightly 129 James R. Keenes br. f. Maskette, 4, by Disguise 123 -Biturica James R. Keenes ch. c. Hilarious, 4, by Voter — Harpsichord 122 S. C. Hildreths eh. h. Firestone, 5, by Royal Flush III.— Modreda 117 R. T. Wilson. Jr.s ch. c, Olamhala. 4, by Ornus —Blue and White 116 S. C. Hildreths blk. g. Restigouche, 5, by Com- lnando — Dancing Water 115 C. C. Smithsons b. g. High Private, 4, by Odd- fellow — Commena 112 1 William Walkers b. h. Stanley Fay, 5, by Cano- pus — Mamie B 112 H. P. Whitneys b. g. Pinna Ken, 6, by Yankee —Forget 110 Oneck Stables ch. c. Fashion Plate, 4, by Wools- Fashionable 106 thorpe — James McManus ch. c. Rocky OBrien. 3, by , M.-d, Her — Suisun 103 • W. T. Ryans br. c, Effendi, 4. by Previous— Hatasoo 100 Newcastle Stables b. e. Glucose, 4, by Water- cres — Sweet 98 Woodhaven Stables b. c. Prince Imperial, 3, by . Orlando —Dixoletta 97 T. Muuahans ch. c. Pretend, 3, by Golden . Maxim Pretense ,.., 93 A. L. Prbvs b. g. Superstition. 5, by Aldine — Evangeline Cisneros 95 J. Hewitts blk. c. Pulka, 3, bv Ogden— La Polka 90 Of course, some of these may not start, but from 1 such other eligibles as Joe Madden, 118: Waldo, 107; Plate Glass. 10,1: Dalmatian. 104; The Squire. 102; Graaaaere, 100: Hamilton Court. 95; Everett. 94: Charlie Hargrave. 93, and Martinez, 90, enough 1 substitutes may apnear at the post to make the present outlook for lietween eighteen and twenty start- ers good. Trials will be frequent between now and I Monday, and they will have much to do with de-s terinining the number of starters that will contend 1 in the running of the twenty-fourth Brooklyn Handicap. ■

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