Dead Heat at Empire City: Apologize and Sir Cleges Figure in Highly Sensational Finish, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-19


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DEAD HEAT AT EMPIRE CITY APOLOGIZE AND SIR CLEGES FIGURE IN HIGHLY SENSATIONAL FINISH. One Is Boosted, but Other Is Not — Restigouche Turns the Tables on Fauntleroy as Result of Waiting Tactics. New York. July IS. — Restigouche turned the tables on Feaatleroy in the lslip Handicap al Keakera this afternoon when be easily u-at him at the mile ami an eighth route. Oi Iglnall j King James and Eiro-stone wen- named to go h_ S. . HUdreth. but both wen- ■rrsttrhed aad Besthjuaehe was added. James Crirtin also added Oaar. Mr. Hildreth instructed Shilling to let one of the others make the pace and cone on in the stretch. The boy went away with that intention, bait the others were under restraint as well, ami it was not until well into the baekslreteh that he eoulU pull Restigouche back of them. McCahey rtf— ed to go on with Fauntleroy and as a result the race amounted to a sprint through the last quarter and Restigouche easily out- puccei the thr year-old. coming away to win in hi ml by two ami a half lengths. There was a bit of exeiteinent in the last race-when Sir Clears ami Apologize eaaae to tin- finish so elosely lapped that the dead-heat sign was hung out. After tlie raee. Stanley Davis, who rede Apologize, made a elaini of foul against Shilling on Sir Cleges, but as a matter of fact it was Apologise that had Sir Ch-gos pinned in on the rail throughout the stretch drive and the elaini was not allowed. A|»ologizt- ear aped a run-up. but Sir Clcge-s was boosted from 00 to . MM by E. V. Hetlner. The horse was boaght in by It. F. Cannan. In the second rase, won ha K. F. Carmans Sir Alvesoot, there had been a similar BOOSt by Mr. Heffner.

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