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in n g in n e, d r- le is P. P. e- r- d ie ie n- ig ly pt m :k — :d is e. r. up ip d. few "SMALL FIELD FOR DWYER R . Only Six Probable Starters in Aque- " ducts Saturday Feature, With Omaha Outstanding, NEW YORK, N. Y., June 27.— Present in- n. dications are that not more than six eligibles es for the Dwyer Stakes will go to the post for 3r the week-end feature of the Queens County £y Jockey Club at Aqueduct. Of these, William m Woodwards Omaha easily stands at the top. p He has incurred penalties that fix his weight at the scale, 126 pounds, while, with the ex-le x. ception of Good Gamble, winner of the ie j ] Acorn Stakes for A. G. Vanderbilt, each of 0f the other starters will be in receipt of ten ;n , pounds from the triple-crown winner. The ie filly will enjoy an allowance of seven * pounds, taking up 114. Others besides Good Gamble which are ex-la x- pected to start in the Dwyer, which is a a gallop of a mile and a furlong, are Cold Id Shoulder, a stablemate of Good Gamble; Sil-n- il- ! versmith, which races for Joseph E. Wide- e- | ner, the Greentree Stables Cheshire and id j j Buckley M. Byers Thorson. Each of these : been training nicely for the engagement ot | j Nhas and, while not a one of them has shown m j anything like the form approaching that of of j Mr. Woodwards colt, they should make it interesting for him under the weight allow- rr- ance. Since his disappointing race in the Brook-ly ; lyn Handicap, Omaha has been going along ig I i well in his preparation for the Dwyer, and id i i Fitzsimmons is confident that he will give a good account of himself, which means he | is confident of victory for the son of Gallant nt j Fox. Cheshire has won both races in which he ! has been started at the meeting and Silver-. t- I smith has not only raced well, but has as : worked well for the engagement. With both th | of these it will be stepping up considerably ly i over anything that has been shown in pub- b- lie, but both are fit and ready.