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Jingling in gkand eorm BEVERWYCK STABLES FILLY SCORES CLEAN CUT VICTORY AT CHARLESTON. Follows Up Her Christmas Handicap Success by Winning Valuable New Year Handicap Sir Edgar Victor in First Juvenile Race. Charleston, S. C January 1. The Boverwyek St a lik scored another staKe victory at Palmetto Park this afternoon when the flood lilly Kindling repeated her Christmas Handicap success and took urst money in the ,000 New Year Handicap that featured the holiday card. Dartwort.h, after a hard drive, wrested econd money from Sir John Johnson, stah;e oinpamon to Ringling. The hitters success was merited and iwpular, for she showed a sterling performance in coining from far back and disposing of the leaders. Sir John Johnson caused a had mix-up soon after the start by cutting across from an outer xsitiou and interfering sharply with those nearest to him. Tlie held of eleven, as a result, was strung out aliiKiSt in Indian tile in passing the stand for the first time. I. M. .Miller was an intended flood thing in the race, but he ran in ordinary fasuion mid liuished far back. A remarkably hit: crowd, considering the severity if til weather for this locality, witnessed the sport and enjoyed the racing thoroiiguly. Retting transac-tions were again of great voiame. The Kontucky-lired and owned .Sir Edgar, a strapping youngster by Cunard Stumpy, running in the colors of J. W. Johnsin. had the distinction of winning the lirst two year-old race of the season when he scurried home before four others in the throe-furlongs srr-n.blc. Chevron, another likely-looking youngster, landed in second place, with Znngareo third. T!u winner raeed like a veteran. He broke from the barrier ih race horse fashion and showing goo.l tpeed led throughout. Emerson Cochran failed to laiv u to expectations toda- hut he is a flood colt and probably will not remain in the maiden class loin;. Throe run-ups duriir the afternoon onlivoned proceedings. J. O. Talhott, who scored a double, was the chief sufferer by the bidding. His Frank Hudson, which accounted for the opener, was catered or 00 vaud. after his victory, William Walker hid 00 on him and W. S. House, the horses trainer, advanced the bid to ,000 and led him back to his L talk". Cockspur, the other Talbott-owncd winner, accounted for the mile and a quarter nice and j William Walker advanced him from 1914.sh00 to . The stable protected this horse with the usual ad-vanct hill. The other winner bid up was Colonel Took, which only had to canter in the closing dash to win as his rider pleased. lie was in for 00 and it cost his owner an equal amount to retain him. Colonel Cooks sudden recovery of good form occasioned considerable coinineut. After the finish of the lifth race, won by Cockspur. W. S. House, actiiifr for J. O. Talhott. and Larry Carey, actiiifr for the Reverwyck Stable, put in claims for 11. O. ISodweHs Mycenae, but the claims wore disallowed by the stewards because both claimants had neglected to file with the Jockey Club the necessary notification that they were authorized agr-itr for their respective .stables during 1014. The horses that have been racing in the name of the Tennessee Stable will in future run as the properly of F. J. Pons. William Walker today obtained a contract on an apprentice named Landlord and will ride tiie lad en some rf his horses during the present meeting. Kiiiuiundy ran in the name of I. jr. Hedrick. Several of the horses that formerly raced In J. W. Hedricks name have been transferred to I. M. Hedrick. The track continued in a had condition this morning and few trials were indulged in. Among the best were: Itriar Path Three-quarters in 1:22. Iiost Fortune Three-quarters in 1:20. Palaiiiiuiu Three-quarters in 1:24. Kubv Ilyams Half mile in 54i5. Royal Meteor Five-eighths in 1:0S. Sonny Hoy Half mile in 541and.