Glen Cove Field Reduced: Withdrawal of Dalmatian and the Turk Robs Race of Interest, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-12


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GLEN COVE FIELD REDUCED WITHDRAWAL OF DALMATIAN AND THE TURK ROBS RACE OF INTEREST. Ben Loyal. Ultimate Winner, Opposed Only by Faunt-leroy and Barleythorpe — H. G. Bedwell Puts in Appearance at Empire City. New York, July 11.— The scratching of The Turk and Dalmatian from the Glen Cave Handicap this afternoon robbed that race i l much of its promised interest it went to Ben Loyal, a sprinter that recently has been showing excellent form. The only ones to oppose him were Barley thorp and Faunt-leroy. Barley thorite made the pace to the stretch, where Ben Loyal came away with a rush, hut in the dosing strides Fauntleroy was crowding Um so closely .hat he had to lie ridden out sharply to make victory certain. .lames Butler won his first race of the season when Dartworth heat fifteen other starters in the two-gear-old dusk. Noon, sold to William Walker by John E. Madden, was winner of the mile and twenty-yards race at good odds. In this race Star Actor, making his first appearance under the silks of S. C. Austin, was a tip. hut he failed utterly. Mr. Golightly was a handy winner and at the end of the program old Montgomery had no trouble in heating a lot of selling platers. During the day Scoville was suspended for five days by the starter. Glass. Van Benschoteu and Estop were each suspended for three days. H. 8. Bedwell was at the track today and said that he expected favorable action on his appeal from the recent ruling at Latonia by which he was denied the privileges of the track on a charge of doping Nadzu. George Hani arrived with a string of horses he had Been racing at Latonia for William Gerst and G. H. Halle. Jockey W. Knapp is here from Kentucky.

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