Few Remain At Empire City: Better Class of Horses Already Shipped to Saratoga Springs.; Ticklish Wins Fleetwing Handicap for His New Owner--Shoal Easily Beaten., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-31


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FEW REMAIN AT EMPIRE CITY Better Class of Horses Already Shipped to Saratoga Springs Ticklish Wins Pleetwing Handi ¬ cap for His New Owner Shoal Easily Beaten JJEW YORK N Y July 30 Ordinary racing took place at Empire City today many of the bet ¬ ter class of horses having been shipped to Sara ¬ toga The Fleetwing Handicap over the short threequarters course brought out a field of four with Ticklish best fancied by the speculators It resulted in a close finish between Ticklish and Quietude the former getting the decision by a head thereby winning for his new owner R E Wat kins who acquired him at a sale a few days ago The race was worth 2325 to the winner winnerBright Bright Gold was a surprise in the opening race when she defeated the oddson choice Shoal The latter was sluggish in the early running but moved up on the outside in the stretch and when he seemed the winner swerved to the inside landing in second place at the finish finishApple Apple Jack II won another purse by defeating an indifferent band of platers in the second secondAlbert Albert A showed better form than ever before when hetrlfflMinred in inifn ifn TCaniaroneck TarseV third on the program Gex and Benevolent well backed failed to be contenders After his victory he was run u from 1200 to 2000 by J W Forman and sold to him himJockey Jockey J McCabe was an arrival from Kentucky today having only recently been discharged from the army He will ride for his former employer Frank Weir at Saratoga When in the employ of Weir he often rode Old Rosebud to victory for that owner He can ride at 105 pounds now nowJUDGE JUDGE PETTINGILL TO RESUME DUTIES DUTIESC C J Pettingill will again be In the judges stand during the Saratoga meeting Ills wife having recov ¬ ered from the illness which has kept him away so far this season seasonHarry Harry Lurie of Chicago with a party of friends motored to Saratoga this afternoon A J Bunn who is desirous of acquiring a stable of horses was another who motored up with several friends friendsChas Chas Primrose Dick Baker and his son George recently out of the army also made the trip by motor leaving after the fourth race raceA A F Dayton acting for T Brennan has pur ¬ chased the threeyearold colt Star Realm from R T McKeever Dayton will be remembered as the developer and trainer of the good horses Neva Lee and Jack Nunally which raced with much suc ¬ cess on the Pacific coast coastJockey Jockey Ericksou was set down for one day for rough riding in the first race and jockey A Pick ens drew the same punishment for a like offense in the third race raceApple Apple Jack II was claimed by R H Harvey for 2510 after winning the second race Two other claims were also entered for the horse horseG G W Forma u after securing Albert A later resold him back to his original owner ownerConduit Conduit won the fifth race for the veteran trainer Steve Judge who recently purchased her she getting up in the closing strides stridesC C A Tilles of St Louis is a visitor here and will also be at Saratoga

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