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1 I 1 i t 1 1 s 1 : i 1 t - I i 1 ; 1 t 1 1 1 • 1 1 I • 1 ROBERT BRADLEY IN FORM DEFEATS ALPEBARAN IN A FAST RACE AND MAKES A NEW TRACK RECORD. Canon Bridrc Takes His First Race of the Year — Marie Miller May Go to the Beverwyck Stable and Pan Zareta to E. R. Bradley. Hot Springs. Ark., March 27.— W. R. Mizells Robert Bradley showed a return to his best form in the mile and an eighth handicap, in which lie triumphed decisively over the outstanding favorite. Aldebaran. and reduced the former track record of 1:52% to even figures, by covering the distance in l:."iL. Robert Rradley showed a high flight of ■psed and held sway from the start, winning easily ultimately, although his rider made some pretense at urging him. Aldebaran made a menacing dash far the leader after going a half mile, but bis final challenge was unavailing. Grumpy headed the others for third place. Weather conditions were again pleasant ami another attendance of generous proportions was on hand to view the sport. The racing was interest-ing, hut was marked by the downfall of most of the choi es. In ;hi second race anon Bridge an I Arch Plotter put up a spirited battle. Canon Bridge triumphing in the last sixteenth. Before the race trainer Casey substituted Murphy for T. Rice on tin- winner. Electric, one of the carded starters, had to he withdrawn on account of running away while being led to the post. ! he judges this after MOOB announced 11 fine of .sj.K against Clarence Herbert for improper activities in the claiming of Kaiitaa. The pretest of Miller Henderson against the claiming of the Ian- • by William Hurley was not allowed, the claim being hld valid. Jockey Hay sea left today for his home in Okln-l.onia. from where he will go to Bowie and ride ai that track. Jockey T. Bice 1ms signed a contract to ride for J. K. L. Ross and will report soon to trainer W. Hayuard. Frank J. No!an to Strengthen His Stable. Frank J. Nolan of the Beverwyek Stable has taken an option on Marie Miller, Noynbn ami few Model. Pan Zareta will probably be taken by Ik R. Bradley, who lias been given a 111 ice on the speedy mare. The Rsso- Park train schedule was announced this afternoon. These will be nine trains daily to the track, lour will run at short intervals between asea and 2:15, for the accommodation of the rac-lag pa tr am. Entries for the Essex Park opening day. which : Thursday, will he made at both track-. Secretary Fred Ce.aardy will he at Essex Park accepting them and Hart Dernhain will receive them at Oaklaw 11. Rhyme lias been sold at private terms by P.. J. Braaaea t B. Caraaa, A. I.. Kirby will p-tirc Miss Declare and mate her with Marathon 011 his return to Kentucky. Secretary Jack Campbell will go from here to Louisville after the close of Oaklawn and begin preliminary duties for Ihe Kentucky meeting. There were thirty -two layers in line this after-BOi a. the volume of business showed a falling off. Kalitan and Bedtime Stories have been Insuit d for SVMW by K. R. it.adby. After betting had been in progress for some time in the last race it was discovered that Gordon BusseBs withdrawal had not been announced. Rets were called off and m w prices laid.