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JOCKEY TOSSES OFF RACE BUTWELLS CARELESSNESS LOSES WOODFORD CLAY THE MERMAID STAKES. Amelia Jenki Gets Up to Beat Ocean Bound in Last Stride — Trainer Woodford Fined for Follie Levy Incident. New York. June 30. — Jockey Butwoll tossed olT the Ml I will Stakes Inter with Woodford clays Ocean Bountl. the best filly that lias been shown this season. His carelessness right at the finish permitted Amelia .lenks. from the stable of Mrs. L. .. Livingston, to be the winner in the last noil. Ocean Bound was always a prohibitive favorite, while Amelia Jenks was II to 1. with Indian .Maid, the only other starter, at even a longer price. Ocean Hound was giving away lifteen PMUMS to Amelia .lenks and ten panada to Indian Maid, but was always able to outrun them and Hut well was content to rate her along in front. Amelia .lenks moved up iu the stretch mid was lapped on Ocean Hound at the furlong | ost. where the Clay lilly swerved slightly. From there to the finish Hutwell sat still, evidently in the belief that his mount would hold her slight advantage. One stride from the finish Ocean Hound was leading, but in the last jump Amelia .lenks earned the verdict. Trainer Woodford of the Heverwyck Stable was lined 10 for his run-up of Follio Levy yesterday when he did not have sullicient to his credit in the office to make good the run-up. The lilly was Offered again and Mr. Woodford again ran her up to 3, MO, the price at which she was knocked down to him yesterday. Owner Oilom made the necessary advance to retain her. Sanctus repeated his victory iu the Heacon by again taking the measure of Mellowmint over the full steeplechase course in an exciting liuish. Guy Usher upset calculations in the first when he beat some good sprinters and Krikina was the winner, coincident with good backing, in the last. The race over the grass course went to Superstition, the favorite, and Blue Mouse beat a baud of two-year-olds.