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OTTAWA LAYERS IIARD HIT IIVE FAVORITES AND ONE SECOND CHOICE SCORE AT CONNAUGHT PARK. Victory of Stucco at 40 to I Affords Bookmakers Only Respite from Los — Watcrbass Wins Presidents Plate. OttMra, Out.. June is. — Amos Turneys three-yi ii • nlil. Wale-iba— . icilinncil himself :it ..nuaught iaik thi- aftei iiMin when li« won the Presidents Plate, tlir Feature race of the program. Watorbass made a runaway affair of the race and won handily iioni Rarucg.tt. The race was a dash of oae mile anil a sixteenth and the winner set a 1 a illy last pace all the way. The general Impression anions horsemen now is thai waterbsse is noi ■ goo weight carrier, bat that with anything under 110 I" nails up he is dangerous. M matter what sort of company he is meeting. Amos Turney made it a double when Clint won the seventh race. Like Water! ass. he led his held from the start and was to vol- keaaV d. It was a disastrous day fee the layers. The lirsl lie races ueni to the favorites and. although ;. due of them wen at short odds. Iliev were heavilv Mi|.|...rtl. The only real break that the hooks had was when Stucco won the sixth race. He was a lofty to one shot. The pace in this race was exceedingly slew, and Fool o Intu.ie was unable to keep u;. Only two of the four starters in the steeplechase finished without mishap. At the ir-t fence Pane. i una batted through the inside whig ami at the sixth jump, when he had a long lead. Tom Horn lost his rider. With the latter out of it. Rsgaaa had an easy thing and he won by three lengths from l.ily Paxt. ii i he attendance sras ap to the usual standard and th • tluli has every reason for feeling encouraged over the support thai lie local people are giving ii I he clubhouse lawns were particularly well tilled this afternoon, many prominent in government Holes being present. hit arte r bade pul Criaeo and .1. II. llooghton on the schooling li-t and the stewards suspended Joekej W. Tajrlor for a listless ride on Orperth yesterday. I"r tie abuse- of an owners badge, Ben Watson wis denied the privileges of the course and the entry of the horse Ranives refused. The entry of _tl;e borne Chester Krum was also ordered refused by e tin- slew aids of tin- Canadian Racing Associations because he acts so fractiously at the barrier. Applications for licenses from jockeys C. Knight and Hueston were denied, as was also an application from Ihil Masgrave for an ageata aathority. About tea carloads of horses will be shipped from le re and Montreal to Vancouver at the conclusion of the Delorimier meeting. Stuart Polk is looking after the shipment and those who have signified their intention of going include Harry Shannon. R. V. Haymaker and William Walker. Jo-key B. Carter was suspended by the stewards for the remainder of the meeting for roagh riding.