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IROQUOIS TO DALMATIAN HILDRETH CRACK OPPOSED ONLY BY BARNEY SCHREIBERS SAGER. R. F. Carman Scores a Double with Magazine and Arcite — Novelty Beaten by Gauntlet — William Walker Buys Another Horse. He« York. .Till v III ilMSji Schreiliers Sager was the only ctarter against S. C. BIMstlhs Pal— tlaa in the Iroquois Stakes of a mile ami a nuarter today ami tlu- race proved easy fur the sou af BtacllWH anil lapis. Jockey Shilling rated him along hall" a length in th" lead to the stretch, then eame away to win easily with plenty to spare. The three-quarter-mile handicap was scratched down to a lield of six. and. with Fitz Herbert out of the way, it was considered an open nice. With De Mund and Matallw on arhteh Shilling had the mount, equal post choices. Shilling had Magazine off well, followed closolv the fast pace of De Mund and drew into the lead when the Kainey sprinter quit in the Ktrctih. .1. R. Kcenes Melisande ran to place alter having 1 n closely pocketed hy IK- Mund and Magazine on the haokstretch. The other bamlicap of the day saw the defeat of Novelty, the top weight and favorite. Baawttet catobSSg him in the final furlong and finishing the live mill a half furlongs in 1:06*. the fastest time of the mooting. R. F. CatBMUi took a second purse when Arcite. also ridden by jockey Shilling, easily disused of Rookstone. Three went to the post, hut right after the break UreagBa stumbled and. going to Ids knees, unseated jockey Garner. Ihmn beat the gate in the mill and twenty yards race and won all the way. while Fairy Story just lasted to nose out Piaster. This last named colt was sold to William Walker by John E. Madden before the race. His performance was a good one and he came from far back to take second money. August lteluionts Rogon was the favorite, but after opening a big gap in the early stages, he quit utterly in the stretch. At the close of Hie present meeting the Qatar* Stable wilt turn over Sandrian. Sir Raymond and Qiiincy Belle to t lint De Witt to 1m- raced in Canada. W. I. Tine will ship Ginrio. Shackleton, Mongolian. Gal tar and Calves to Saratoga at the clow of the Kmpire City meeting ami leave, the others of UB string at Sheepshead Hay. John Whalen. trainer for August Belmont, has shippeil the following horses from Sheepshead Bay to Saratoga: Footprint. Whist. Babbler. Tasteful. Asti-«ot. Sand Hill. Field Mouse and a hunter. Louis Fuestel. foreman of the Belmont establishment, will race BtathutUe, Bag—, Satisfax. Heretic and Bar None at Empire City until the close of the Yoiikers meeting. R. T. Wilson. .Ir.s Mcxoana was in a bad way after her accident in the nice won bv Cherryola Tuesday sftciwoua The fillys stitle was knocked out of place and Irainer Tom llealey is keeping tier in her stall. An injury of this character, like a straining of the muscles surrounding the whirllione, requires absolute rest. Trainer George Haai states that Hanbridge has liad sesinioiil trouble since lie was a three-year-old. Anchylosis developed in the lower pastern of his off foreleg and the Baaaatar horse carries the foot as if it was nerved. The cushion of the Empire City track is of sutlicieiit depth to suit llolles horse to a dot. James Crittlu will ship to Saratoga at the close of the Yoiikers meeting. Czar, the chief member of the stable, is eligible to the Invincible and Islip Handicaps and will be pointed for them. F. II. Miblens Helene is an unruly customer in the paddock ami at the barrier. J. I. Hay berry has given up the idea of taking Miss A. M. Mariones statde to Saratoga. Pag-toiifie and Frank Purcell. the smartest racers under his eaii. have gone wrong and Hay bell J does not think It worth while to take the other horses to tin-Spa. R. E. Watkins has shipped Lad of Langdeu and his other horses to Windsor.