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FIELD DAY FOR JOCKEY FODEN Rides Five of Seven Winners of Concluding Days Program at Dufferin Park. TORONTO. Ont., September 15. A crowd of about seven thousand witnessed the concluding days racing at Dufferin Park this afternoon, which terminated the most successful meeting in the history of the Toronto Driving Club. The attendance during the seven days surpassed all former records at the track and totaled over 55,000. The local racing scene will shift tomorrow to Thorncliffe Park and many of the best horses, which took part in this meeting, will move to the Leaside course, where there are already two hundred and fifty horses in readiness for the opening. The riding of jockey N. Foden was the outstanding feature of the racing today. He piloted five of the seven winners. On Ravanna, the winner of the fifth race, lie clearly outrode Brooks on Get Em, which alone was responsible for the head victory of K. D. Springers filly. On Arrow Point, Doctor Zab and Lady Binmore Foden scored with considerable to spare. He was astride Walter Turnbow in the concluding race and was given- a great ovation when he brought him home victorious. W. R. Padgett will take Sister Susie, Dewitt and Military Girl to Thoucliffe Park, but will ship the remainder of his string to Mount Royal Park, Montreal. Galamore broke down during the running of the second nice today. J. S. What ley, who trains a public stable, will take his band of nine head to Thorncliffe Park. Judge Jos. A. Murphy, who will serve as one of the stewards at the Thorncliffe meeting, was an arrival in the city this morning. The suspensions of jockeys C. Duggan and L. Pollard expired today. Double Van was ordered scratched by the judges after coming to the paddock lame for the first race. Judge Edward Cole returned tonight to his home in New York.