Forsyth Talent In Clover., Daily Racing Form, 1896-04-24


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FORSYTH FORSYTHIA TALENT IN CLOVER The bookmakers got a scorching at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday for the public picked out the mud ¬ larks vith itch an accuracy that would have done credit to a professor of mathematics To say that the track was heavy would be putting it mildly Hugh Penny who rode in the first race said that it was like a lead pad W H Rollers colt Thomas Paine in the twoyearold toehold race was the onlynonfavorite to land The new idea of making the horses break the first time the start ¬ ing King band was sprung worked well wellSpondoline Spondoline Spindlier a well backed favorite opened the ball by winning the first race easily from Helen Wren after lying away to the stretch stretchIn stretching In the 2yearold race Ethel Farrel Farrell and Belle of Niles were most fancied Tom Paine a 12 to 1 shot jumped to the front soon after the start and ingeniously ridden by Pete Clay kept there to the end winning handily with Devoir a 25 to 1 chance second and Belle of Niles a poor third Provident who was heavily played finished third thirdElsie tirades Elsie Ferguson the favorite was away first in the five furlongs but she was taken back and Fanny Hunt led followed by Ethelleah Ethel In the stretch Ethelleah Ethel was in front but at the end of the stand Hyle Kyle brought up the favorite and in a hard drive beat Fannie Hunt by a head with Etholleah Bethlehem third thirdIn third In the mile race Lillian E the favorite never gave her backers any uneasiness as she led from start to finish and won as she pleased from Eloroy Helotry who in turn beat Fusilier Gomor Gomorra well played finished a bad fourth fourthHinda fourth Hinda Hind made the running in the first of the six furlong events till into the stretch where Mon tell who had been gradually improving his po ¬ sition sitting wont to the front and won easily with Effie Defied T third four lengths behind Hinda Hind HindaMay Indiana May Ashley the favorite rushed to the front at once in the second six furlongs and was ten lengths in front after half a mile had been run with Mary L second The favorite kept in front to the end winning easily but Mary L only partly stalled off John Wilsons Wilson rush for the place placeLouis placeless Louis Ezell Bezel who arrived from California Wednesday was at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday Among the horses he has brought with him are Unity ch g 3 by Rossington Crossing Unite Kamsin Amassing br g 3 by Blazes Miss Hall Mr Jingle b h 5 by Mr Pickwick Picklock Miss Lizzie Tizzies With him came two of Mr Corrigans Corrigan Camelia Camellia b f 2 by Long ¬ fellow Miss Howard and Japonica br f 3 by Longfellow Hattie Harris Then too came Hankins Hawkins Johnsons Johnson Sutton b c by Red Iron Lilly Wright full brother to Diggs Digs Ezell Bezel ex ¬ pects pets ten more horses principally 2yearolds from St Louis today under Jacob Cochran CochranW Cochran W T Beauchamp Beach president of the Terre Haute Fair Association witnessed the races at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday from the judges stand He has great confidence that the coming meeting at Terre Haute will be a success successJoe successor Joe Murphy is at homo in St Louis from San Francisco and will be in Chicago today or to

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