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MUD RUNNERS TO THE FORE HEAVY MORNING DOWNPOUR TRANSFORMS LATONIA TRACK CONDITIONS. Golden Egg Races as Though Muddy Going Is Exactlj to Her Liking — No Developments as Yet in the Bedwell Case. Cincinnati. .. July fl.— Heavy rains that fell this morning pal the i.at uia track in hart condition :unl detracted considerably from today! racing. Scratch** were numerous ami upsets frequent, many ■ if the best backed horses failing to run up to expectations. The first two races went to extremely Mag priced contenders, and their victories profited oidv a Select lew. The feature race, a 4 H» purse offering for two year olds, at live and a half fur longs, was taken by Coition Egg. which seemed thoroughly at home in the soft gulag. La hold was second, with Messenger Boy third. The winner el. al ly showed her sapertarHy hp a five lengths margin at the finish. J. B. Kcspess continues in poor form. Ho supported Impendent runMmtly in tin- second race, hut did not pel a run for his money, as the tilly was away so poorly that B. Martin pulled her up. thinking that she did not have a chance to get any part of the purse. Mr. Kcspess other starter. Mayor Head, named in compliment to Louisvilles chief executive and winner of the opening race, was neglected entirely in the beltlag by his owner and paid the straggling few that risked their money over M5 to 1. The colt just won in the last stride from Maldeman. Hilly Bodeaaer, winner of the fifth race, was the only pronounced favorite to win during the aft r-Baoa. Busy Man was a supposed gaod Ihlag in the race, hut liis chain es went glimmering at the start when he was eaaght in the harrier Bad practically left. There Were no developments in the Redwcll-Xadzu case. The owner continue; steadfast in his declaration that someone administered a sd umlaut to the harm without his knowledge and tin." officials likewise are determined to sift the matter to the bottom. Starter Murray suspended jockey E. Martin for the rest id the meeting after tl*e second race, claiming that the boy had repeatedly tried to Ret the iK-st of the start. * Svlvestris. which as a two year-old was considered the iM-st tilly in the west. seoied her first victory iti over a year when she won the second race lids afternoon. She ran today in the colors of X. B. Davis, who recently bought her for the reported price of o0. Jack Baker, her former trainer, had 10 stand considerable good-natured chatting from bis fellow trainers on account of her improved showing. J. T. Williams, part owner and trainer of Gover-nor Cray, returned today iioni a visit to his sick son. "Wink." at Lexington and reported that the young man is Improving slowly. Captain Williams appears somewhat improved liinise?f. He said that he would probably start the crack two-year-old next Saturday ami would then ship him with several others in his stable to Saratoga t be campaigned during the August meeting. .lack Baker will ship Joe Morris Bad olhers of the R. II. Anderson horses to Louisville at the close of racing here and will rest them until the resumption of racing at Churchill Downs. Joint Walter? will shin his own horses and those he trains for J. Hal Woodford to Windsor. George Land will ship All Bed, lallant Pirate and three two vear-obls to Louisville next week. G. W. Carmack has dlapoacd of the horses he owned and will retire from racing. The horses were void at auction today and purchas rs were made acquainted with the following riilin;; against Carmack rnd his horses before the rate: "Hilling made by Canadian It wing Associations thai your horses and yourself am denied all privileges of the race ionises under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Racing Associations pending investigation." The prices realized for the horses and their purchasers follow: Ilantland. *"• . N. It. Davis: Jacobite, 5o. P. IT. Jones: Darfcafght, MM, T. W. Plyaa: trrow Swift. 1200; K. B. BaaeafeMt; Weat-hurv. *15o. IT. Beteaca. T. W. Ilvnn part-based today tbe fill v Miss Slv. She will be senf with Home Run. Lotta Creed. Darknight and others after the close of racing here to Hawthorne track. Chicago, to 1m- rested until the fall opening on Kentucky tracks.