Outsiders At Sheffield., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-20


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OUTSIDERS AT SHEFFIELD The track was heavjr heaver at Sheffield yesterday and the weather though bright was cold In consequence but few of the ovpnts opts were run ac ¬ cording to form and not a pronounced favorite scored Chenoa Chen in the first event and Simmons in the last being the nearest approaches approachesThere approaches There were numerous scratches the fields small and the racing of mediocre quality In the first event Potsdam Potts and Chenoa Chen were equally fancied The going suited the Bishop colt and coming from behind he beat Potsdam Potts at the fin ¬ ish dish though the latter would have won if he had not been cut off offYours affords Yours Truly surprised those who had seen a previous effort of his in heavy going by win wing the 2yearold race by a short margin from Provident who came fast at the finish Van nessa ness formerly owned by Sam Levy but who ran in W H Rollers colors was favorite on account of her boating Lord Zeni Zen Performance and otheis theirs in the mud at Louisville Though she ran prominently part of the journey she was nowhere at the end endIt edIt It was a poor lot that went to the post in the second half of the five and half furlongs and for some extraordinary reason Ashland who had run a wretched race on Saturday was made favorite As might have been expected he was badly beaten My Hebe Hebrew winning with Hinda Hind sec ¬ ond bond Loretta does not seem to be able to go more than half a mile mileWaterman misleader Waterman was scratched in the seven fur ¬ longs and Sunny was probably the best of the bad lot that remained He won easily easilyWalkover easily Walkover was naturally a top heavy favorite in the five furlongs selling He was poorly ridden and though he showed speed part of the way third was the best he could do Uncas Uncaps came very fast down the stretch and won hand ¬ ily idly from May Ashley AshleyIn Ashley In the last race the start was so bad that only May Fern and Simmons had a chance the former getting a length and a half the best of it She led to the sixteenth pole whore Sim Siam ¬ mons moons came up and beat her Merry Monarch who ran a good race finished third thirdW third W C Freudenberg Frequenter of the Leamington Lexington Farm has sold the fouryearold foretold colt Bob Lee by Aristi Aoristic Flora to G A Robertson and he ran in his colors yesterday yesterdayThe yesterday The Kentucky Stable has sold to F C Ham ¬ mond monad the threeyearold chestnut gelding by Julien Julie Kitty H price 200 He has never started startedThe started The meeting of the Lakeside Jockey Club opens today and the prospects are good for a successful meeting The track is in good shape and the stand and accomodatioR accommodation for the public improved There are six races on the card all well filled The principal event is the Hammond Handicap at one mile in which Tully Coulter has Redskin and California Foster Bros Brows Sull Scull ross and Eloroy Helotry while the remainder of the field consists of Simmons Francis Pope DickBehan Dick Merry Monarch Kamsin Amassing Frankie D and Lillian E This should produce a good race raceThe racketed The officials will be the same as at Sheffield Mr Nathanson Nathan officiating as presiding judge H Kuhl Kohl assistant Richard Dwyer starter and Clem Clam Creveling Reveling secretary secretaryJohn secretary John Brenocks Rednecks two steeplechasers Temple more and St Brandon and four of Ed Curri Cirri gans gains horses arrived at Sheffield yesterday

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