Forsyth's Glorious Opening., Daily Racing Form, 1896-06-07


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FOBSYTHS FROSTS GLORIOUS OPENING Forsyth Forsythia opened its summer meeting under most favorable circumstances The weather was perfect the track fast as lightning the attendance large and the racing good Numer Mummer ¬ ous onus improvements have been made at the track and more are contemplated The system of weighing jockeys after the race in view of the public which was in vogue at Harlem has been adoptedThere adopted adopted There wore three handicaps on the card two of which wore interesting In the owners han ¬ dicap dicta at a mile and a sixteenth Coulters good old horse Redskin had the featherweight of 58 pounds on him Sunny was in with 85 pounds but declined the issue issueLittle dissertate Little Hothorsall Shorthorns evidently bent on taking no chances went to the front at once with Rod skin and opening up a gap of twenty lengths on the back stretch was pulling up in the remarkable time of 145 the mile being run in 1 39 This equals the record made by Yo Tam bien ben with 99 pounds up at Washington Park in 1892 and Cash Day at Harlem with 102 pounds Evanatus Vanuatu came fast at the finish and was only beaten placeIn placing a head by King Bors Boors for the place In the six and a half furlong handicap Weola Ebola was always favorite though there was a strong play on Ardath Marathi and Sunny Panout Peanut made the running to the stretch when Weola Ebola went to the front and won all out from Lollie Lillie Eastin Easton by a length Sunny with a long way the worst of the weights was thirJ their The time 1 201A was three quarters of a second better than the state record recordTemplemore Templemore Temple was a warm favorite in the Hur Hour ¬ dle dale Handicap Miles Standish led over all the hurdles but in the stretch Hercules and Tern plemore splendor both beat him the first named win ¬ ning Ming easily Murphy fell off Evening at the third hurdle hurdleWells hurdle Wells Street was on his good behavior and captured the opening event at five and a half furlongs furlongsIn furlongs In the twoyearold toehold race neither of the favor ¬ ites bites Lottie Loftier Wimmer Swimmer or Siegfried Sigrid showed speed The good looking colt Yours Truly with Hothersall Others easilyFull easily UD won easily Full Measure made a runaway race of the third event at five Ifurlongs Furlongs winning by six lengths in 1003 and in the last race Virgie Virile Dixon ran one of her Sunday races and beat such speedy ones as Millie M and Irene Woods WoodsThe Woodshed The judges after investigating the Running Bird race of June 4 have lifted the ban from H Sullivan and he will still race in Indiana IndianaJ Indiana J Johnson known as King Crab Johnson from the fact that he trained King Crab when that horse was good died from effects of the sun at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday He was trying to re ¬ duce in order to ride Settle Up in the hurdle race when he was overcome overcomeCatosby overcompensates Catosby Cantos Woodford Woodward of the firm of Clay Woodford Woodward W S Barnes S C Lyne Lynne and Louis Straus have arrived to attend the sale of year ¬ lings at Tattersalls Tattersall on Monday The yearlings will todayJ today be on exhibition today J E Gushing was at Forsyth Forsythia yesterday He says he will probably bring his stable here and

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