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i WOODBINE HAS SOME KEEN SPORT. Toronto Patrons of Racing See Bouquet Win Queens „ Hotel Cup— Moncreif Takes Victoria. Toronto. Ont.. May 26. — Secretary Fraser provided em- of the best programs ever run over the famous Woodbine track this afternoon, and patrons of the Ontario Jockev Club turned out in goodly numbers to witness the s|wirt. The fields in all seven races were made up of the best -class horses on the « ground, and the siiort was of the keen variety. There were four stakes on the card, the ictoria. for two-vear olds, the Queens Hotel Cup. the Woodstock Plate and the Woodbine Steeplechase. J over the two and a half miles course. In all .0i0 was distributed among the winners of the seven -races, which speaks for itself in these troublous las. when some of the racing associations on the other side of the border are cutting down and retrenching in every way. Joseph E. Seagrams handsome mare. Bouquet, made amends for the disappointment of the stables representatives in the Kings Plate by winning the Queens Hotel Cup in new track record time of 1:45 for a mile and seventy yards. Bouquet was handled with good judgment by jockey Musgrave. . who reserved the mare until the filial quarter In-fore • making his effort. Bouquet showed that she is as good as ever and she will have to be reckoned with iu all of llie important events ou the Canadian cir ciiii this season. There were two added starters in the Woodstock Plate. Saraband and Busy, but n-itit-r of the pair cut any figure in the running. The Schorr siable finished first and second iu this event. Banives winning bv a head from his stable companion. Fulfill, with Chief Kee third half a length away. B. I.. Thomas Moncreif won the ictoria Stakes | bv a length from Scrimmage. The Woodbine Steeplechase proved easv for Dr. Pillow, which led by tarty lengths. Jockey Harty rode the first two winners. Tbe« Cook and Moncreif. Horses from the : United States took five of the seven races.