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EVERETT WINS THE TEST QUINCY STABLES THREE-YEAR-OLD BEATS ArACHE AND BESTIG OUCHE. Hildreth Beprcsentativc Loses All Chance at the Start, but Two of His Stablematcs Make Amends in Other Races. New York, July 20. — This was the closing day of the Brighton Beach dates taken over Jiy tte Umpire City Raetat Aeaoclattaai at Youkcrs, and excellent Mens re— I ted, witli the Test Handicap as a feature. It was sennet Mac of a surprise wlicii it went to the three-year old Everett, from the Quincy Stable, though he was well ltaeked on aecoiint of his recent good raee behind llanbridge. The ruee was ill a peat measure marred for the reason that Resti-■MMM went in the air right at the start and lost several lengths. He would not run in the early stages, but through the streteli closed a his gap to tlnish third. Apache taking seeond money. Kinds Daughter, well thought of, quit badly after going along Willi the early paee. The handicap for two year-olds resulted in a Hod contest when S. C. HUdretha Novelty beat Star Charter and other good ones. The Hildreth colors were also victorious in the three-quarters mile dash for platen, when Jeanne dAre outgamod .Sixty, the pacemaker, to the last furlong. Gliding Belle won her lirst race of the season at a mile and twenty yards, but she was helped greatly by the start. ■pE beat the barrier several lengths, and had speed enough to hold her advantage and beat home Falcada and Noun. Lidasette was winner of the dash for two-vear-old selling platers, and at the end of the program Imitator wou all the way. J. Mann Healey today shipped the string of Capt. K. It. Caaaatt to Saratoga. In the same car A. G. Blakclcy sent Mary Davis. Maslcr Robert. Pluvious and Blackford. Ed Petera sent Goldwick and the Jumper T. S. Martin.