Mexoana Meets Mishap: Strikes Stifle Against Rail While Leading in Empire City Race, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-13


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MEXOANA MEETS MISHAP STRIKES STIFLE AGAINST RAIL WHILE LEADING IN EMPIRE CITY RACE. Sanger Mark and Royal Meteor Finish First and Second in the Winged Foot Handicap — Guy Fisher Is Repeater. New York. July IT It— 1 Mark and Royal Meteor, both f i kid the Newcastle Stable. Make* first and ttfe nil in the Wiuged ihot Handicap, 1 bi feature at Yonkers today. Royal Meteor was an added starter, Setli. one of the overnight entries having iMen scratched and Koyal Meteor substituted. The Newcastle Stable pair ruled first choice, and after fidlsarlng the pace af Qnteey Belle both eaaae away at the end to take first and second witu plenty to ■pare. Guy Fisher repeated his recent good performance when lie oatgansed Starlmttle to win l»y a nose. Rostigouche and Nimbus. IhiIIi fancied in this field. forc il all tlie pace, but Bath of them quit badly in the stretch and were naphu I d The race run by Btarbottle was one to suggest that the Belmont three year old is rapidly coming 1" good form and it is predicted that he will aire a good accouut of himself at Saratoga, where he has several engagements. Chorryola was winner at the race for three-year old till its ami DaaOeld, always rated a sprinter, lasted in the mile and a sixteenth race to heal of I ancih a and Ardri. In the race won by Cherryola. Mexoatia. while leading by four lengths, hit her stitie on the inside rail and at once dropped out of the running. Creery, who had the mount, had his left leu badly bruised. Twenty-eight of the string of James R. Keene were shipiied to Bala ton today. Seneca. Tripping. Infatuation. Jest and Twickenham remain at You-kers in chaise of S. W. Streett. Saratoga is to revive the field stand this season, with a charge of lor entrance to that enclosure. John K. Madden today sold the two-year-old UUv Thrifty to It. K. Watkius.

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