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FAUNTLEROYS PUZZLING CASE. New York. June 29. — The failure of Fauntlerov to get part al the Coney Island Jockey Club Stakes was keenly dis appointing to James McLaughlin. The Little Saint colt did so well in the Swift, when he ran from behind Dalmatian at seven eighths of a mile and beat him out of place money, that Mr. McLaughlin thought il indicated that the colt was com ing to himself again. McLaughlin was confident that he wmihl heat Sager and Martinez at one mile and a half and he was not without hope that ho would beat ! alma;i.in again. Fauntleroy went away fr.iin the h.irriei with an airy freedom of movement which seemed t - promise thai he would run all day. P.ut when Martinez, lhilma lian and Tie Turk began to race he gave up quicKiy. Mr. McLaughlin has cine to the -.inclusion that Fauntleroy in. .Is l.uil.l-ing up am! it is kaawaaaale that the Little Saint colt will get a hard race again for some time. Mr. MeLaughlin attributes Fauntlernys failure to run this year to the promise of his two year old form P. a bad winter at Jacksonville. Mr. McLaughlin has ho|,e lor the celts future because Fauiltl. Toy is gaining Beat all tie while.