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L4T0NIA UPSETS FMyUEKT BOLSTER TAKES THE BIG PURSE FOR TWO-YEAR. OLDS LIKE A GOOD ONE. Gipsoy George Takes the Other Feature from the Injudiciously Ridden Water Witch — Allotment of Kentucky Fall Dates Exuceted Soon. I.:itoni:i. Ky.. Jane 22. — Bolster, which won in his miti;il start at lun- odds, revested l-is previous victory and scored from :i email bind of youngsters that started in tie- ,000 pone race for two year-olds .-mil ii.i :s ;i feature with tin- ,000 pane at a mil - and seventy yards for older boraeo. The Eng-lish iuii scored in meh .in easy manner that there is every reason to suppose Hint he is ■ bit above the ordinary and will probably develop Into a pood horse. He indulged lima Schorr and Browaie Me-Dawcll with tin lead ontll straightened out in the stretch, where be came away on call to win hard li Id. Gtpaey George, making his iaittal appearand since his retara from Canada, scored in the mile and seventy yards race from Water Witch and Dorothy Dean. ttia victory, however, urns of a flaky aerate. Had Murphy been a bit more alert at the barrier and ■accecded in keeping Water Witch c! r ni in the early running, thai mare ItrobaMy would have mm led in landing ber first inns,. ,.r the year. There was exceptional support for Dorntbj Deaa, bat it was nnwarranted by her showing, for she barely managed to get up in time for third place. Backers of favorites bad a rough road to traverse this afternoon and most of their selections area! down in defeat. They began with aa apael when they chose Pilsen In the opener, but he never fig ureal ia the running. Miles Finlon. taking the parse by ■ nose from Baate. Walter Brady was the seat choice U fan. Like Pilsen be dki net gel ■ place, Kittle Bollo turning ap as the winner from Miss Bosjcro with Stripes following. The prison.- of Darscb on Bister Basle caused her to be neglected ami preference given to Rhine in t!:-- third race. Sister Susie heat the good thing easily. Brownie IfrDawell and Dorothy Dean wen tin- in rt beatea choices. There is a good deal of sgecnlatioa by horse men in tins- puts as • the next meeting of the Ken-tiicky stat- Bandcing Commission members, when dates for the Kentucky fall racing are to be allotted. It is generally supposed that the members of the commission will assemble here some lime next week. Horsemen are eager to knon the fall dates and shape their plans accordingly. ui. W. B. Applegate will depart for New fork next Sunday to witness tie- performance or old Bosebud in the Brooklyn Handicap. Jockej Con nelly has been engaged to ride tin horse. .1. X. Camdens Solly will probably in- out oi racing for the remainder of the year as a result of an injury be sustained in his stall. .In key t. Simpson win suspended for the meet-lag and his badge lifted for violation of Use rale Which prohibit* Jockeys from frequenting the bet-Hag grounds. Simpson had previously been warned. Popular Dave llicol Seriously 111. Dave Nicoi. ,,,!,. time ureB-known sad popular lackey, was removed to a local hospital this morn-bag sad grave fears are entertained for his recovery. Nieol was at one time rated with the Nest jockeys in the country and guided to victory maaj noted racers in principal fixture,. He firs! appeared with liorses in 1882, when be attached himself to the stable of Fred Cook then trained by W. K. Phillips, the present patrol imlge on Ken lucky tracks. Inder the h Iters tutelage, Nieol developed fa -t and had his first mount the following year. He rode his first winner whea be piloted t; listen to victory at Harlem, it being the third mount be had ridden in a race. Prom the time he piloted his first winner, he was held high j„ f:,Vor and. while attached to the I-red Cook Stable, rode and won five Derbya. He was at one time under * tract to the late .1. R. Keen.- ,.,,„! rode Svsonhv to frequent victories. After retiring from the saddle. Nieol essayed to come hack. lint after riding a few mount; at Churchill Downs during the spring meeting two years ago, gave up the saddle. Ia.lu.-al,. Ky. h.i aspirations to hold a ran meet hag and will have si races .Inly -1 for purses ranging in value from 50 to 88. One consignment ol the B. 1.. Bradley stahle will In- shipped to Baratoga July »;. The remainder of the racers win ho shipped to Windsor, Oat. for the seven days meeting there and later lie shipped to Saratoga. Work oats at Kat aia this morning were over a fast track and included the following: Apple Jack ihr.i quarters, in 1:17%. America -Three -quarters in 1:17%. Buford Mile in 1 : -1.V--. CaUawaj Half mile in 5L Ilicer Leader Three-quarters in 1:17%. Dirigible Mile in 1:1s. Desire Half mile in 58. Fair Orient Half mile in BS. GaUaat Lad— Three-quarters in 1:15V,. Hedge— Half mile in -is.. Intone — Mile in 1:40%. Impressive -Half mile in 49. J. Kufus Seven eighths in 1:1. Jessie Ormsby Five-eighths in 1:03. Kaebelkamp Mile in 1:48%. Langdon Mile in 1 : 15%. Lucky B. Five -eighths in 1:06. Lady Always Three -quarters in 1:1and%. Liberator -Half mile in BO. Lao Bkatny -Half mile in 51%. Ladle P.— Five-eighths in 1:02%. Marie Ellis— Three-eighths in 88%. Marion Gooahy- Half mile in ■!!%. Nobleman Seven eighths in 1 ao Olive Wood— Half mile in .,o. Pinclmrst -Half mile m ol~. Iluni Half mile in r o. Qaaea Apple— Half mile in 4rt:!f,. Queen Errant Half mile in ." . Rosewood Trrec-ipiartcrs in 1:15%. R. H. Anderson Mile hj 1 :4» . Star of Love— Five-eighths in 1:05. Vogue — Five -eighths in 1 :0G. Velvet Joe — Five-eighths in 1:024.-,. Viva America Three -quarters in 1:17%. Yenghee — Half mile in 51.