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H0CNIR RUNS A SMART RACE. Beverwyck Stables Heavily-Supported Candidate Successful in Union Stakes at Aqueduct. New York. June 24. — The Beverwyck Stahlcs llocnir showed .1 smart performance today when he handily defeated Pomette Bleu iu Hie Inioii Selling Stakes, which featured the program at Aqueduct. llocnir. which raced Impressively at Havre HB Grace in the early spring, ran iu hih-• la-s form today, going to the front at once and .-landing oil determined opposition to win hy a two-lengths margin in 1:27. Incidentally he was the medium of a plunge sufficient to reduce his price from 10 to 1 to 4 to 1. The condensed history of the Union Stakes is as follows: Year. Winner. Wt. Jockev. Yal. Time. 1mm; Wes BO. Garner... Sl.o::o 1:40 1WJ Berkeley HM K. Lowe 1.2111 1:27 tsMM Alauda ltil K. Dugau ... 1,080 l:2!Hr, 1010 Bea loyal 103 Hylaiid t;7o 1:.!0 tall llocnir 101 M. Buxton.. U7." 1:27 Not run la lJtfJ and 1913. No racing la 1011 and IMS. Taakee Notions tiKik the measure of Stromlioli iu the third, a six furlong handicap, hut was forced to a hard drive iu the last sixteenth to do it. and then scored by only a short margin, rover Hughes, the receding favorite, was beaten off al I he linisli. after running close up in the early stages. Miss Fielder added another race to F. D. Weirs credit when she won the lirst race of the program, beating the "good thing," Albeaa, quite handily. Amalti was Installed I short-priced lav. .rite in I he ■eeoud and in the Strength Of his recent good races was well siiicorled. hut at the finish was beaten hy Stonenenge. Jockey Wolfe was of lit-t1-. assistance to Amalti in the closing strides. Oak hurst, the second choice of the race, ran Tar helow his form. Joe Bi.senliild found the Aqueduct track more to his fancy than Belmont iark and won the lift 1 1 easily after being in front throughout. Lasler Star was well hacked for this race, but was novel a serious contender. Coquette took another name when she won the sixth easily, after bearing out slightly in the stretch. Max liars, h has agreed to resume charge of the stable of I-:. J. IfeGraw, of Baltimore, which lie gave up la-t season. Jockey II. Snyder arriv-d from Canada and Will ride for James Bowe in tin future. rile Aqueduct course, with its long stretch, has produced fonnliil racing during the first two days of tin. meeting. The stretch is the longest in this CiUllllV.