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RACING AT BELMONT PARK GREEN GOLD PROVES AN EASY VICTOR IN THE BOUQUET STAKES. Top o th Mornins Carries Big Weight at Three- Quarters Straight and Wins the Searington Handicap with Riverdale Second. New Y.i-k. Jane S. Piaishiag with a rush that would not be denied, a. A. Brillys Green Gold got up iu the final sixteenth of the Boaamet Stakes to win going away from G. . Cochrans Amackaa- sin the early pnifkil. This fie eightha dash, for two year obis, down the straightaway, fee - lured the afternoons proarrani at Beiaaoal Park ; ad, although it narrowed down lo a tarn horse fiaish, resulted in a good contest. The viit-.ry of the Cell !,,|li • Levy colt was the most p.-pular aae, as his owner. A. A. KriDy, is a New fork iteek kroker and the victory was anticipated by his large local following. Ii,". is a recent recruit to racing an. I Green Colds score marked the second time that colt had brought his colors to tic- front in a stake race. Ana. Inn and Sunrose. the former a sister to Onaeadale, aported the K. T. sVUsou silks and shared favoritism with Green Cold, but cut little figure in the actual raaaing. The Boaqatt Stakes is one of the old fixtures of eastern raring and its history aiace 1803 js here briefly pel sent. .1 : Year. Winner. Wt. Jockey. v.-i. Time. 1805 Anodyne 84 Build .KS0 1:02 lili; If. -Carter 87 W. Miller.. 1.888 1 :00 1807 Klla ONeill M Natter 3.088 i :,H 1808 Trance 108 Maagrave .. 1.885 1:00 1808 Medallion !»7 A. King 1825 -.V-- 1810 Onager ISO Creevy 1 llt. -53*. 181S Gaaana 108 McCahey 006 1*02 Pill Hydroplane 104 .1. 1. Byaa. 078 1-01 1815 IMeione Kit W. Killey. . tiT". 1 irj . 1810 Triple Crown ...UHiK. Hall ... 018 I.QOJ 1817 Green GaM lot K. Tiiiaii 1,008 1-08% Distance . i-2 fnilanga iii Pent nnd loio. No racing in 1811 and 1813. Dividing interest with the Banana t was the Searingtoii, a highaeight handicap, at three-qnart-ers. down the straightaway, which f • ■ 1 1 to Paul Power." sprint-r Tap ■ th Morning. This sprinter, the top weighl of the field, was installed favorite and Justified this roafideace by scoring in rather easy fashion, after m-iking all the pace. Kivr-dale, making his first public appearance of the se.-sen. displayed apeed in raeiag la second place and this outing should improve him. Th. "in;: Top Weight in Suburban. IK C. HaBenbecka The Finn hna been nwarded the post of honor in the Suburban Handicap, being naked by haadirapptr Voabaigk to pick up 121 pounds. Other top weights which appear probable starters are Dodge. 1J7: Stomboli, tag; Boots, 123; M Crump. 11! : ahanr, 11: lloira- Smith. IIS; 111 rail SB. US. The last named is the higiiweight of the three-year olds. Rickety being allotted MO and Campfii-e 100, Trainer John Whakra announces that the Wiek-lifTe Stable fillies at preseat ra. ing at Douglas Phrk, will be neat to the farm at the close of that meet ill!.. .1. W. May will ship Al M. Dhk to Katonia for the Derby at that track, but the others of the stable will remain here. Ciffori] A. Cochran and John Sanford were forced to pay forfeit- to scratch Philippic and Meteorite out of tie- last race. Th" Nevada Stable, which includes the good four-year old Slippery K!n:. will ship to Canada tonight. W. C. Clancy was an arrival from Louisville with ThornblU and Cade Hart. .1. W. Carroll will ship wo three year-old fillies, the properly of W. R. Co*, to Harry Morriaaey*a Kempl.iiid farm on Thursday. Three misses are Vail Beyal, by Vahns Water Mouse and Welsh Mai.i bv LAighan- Agnes v-ih-ska. tin- bitter the dam of Volt. i, a high-class racer in Bagiaad. 1his pair, along with .Keoba. Which was left at that farm this spring, will be bred to the English horso 1olymclian. The Cleveland Stabh- has pavriaBSed th" two-year-old Matinee kaM, :■ winner in Maryland this spring, from H. P. Whitney.