Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-08


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RACING GOSSIP Lucky Baldwin will leave many remarks among the annals of American racing personal and by the performance of bis bias borses Bourses His bell is ringing Baldwins Baldwin seventy and a physical wonder considering performance and all that Hes Hess a mental marvel too though bis bias mentality nowadays isnt isn't what it utied untied to be Thats Hats the re ¬ sult Sault of all round friction and natural The news tell us that be escaped from the pistol bullet of a badly balanced woman at San Francisco a few days ago Men usually do Women are bad shots What more natural The woman that missed Baldwin was a sister of another woman who is against him 75000 strong on account of general loss through the avenues of affection Shes Ashes about the tenth on record Thjro Throb are others too Not one collected publicly None will Baldwins Baldwin a tough financial proposition Ho owns a noble hotel in SanFrancisco and a nobler estate outside Los Angeles Gal Theres Theresa an imperial band of brood mares on the latter A choice group of sires are in its stables Emperor of Norfolks Norfolk the best Perhaps Baldwins Baldwin possessions are worth 5000000 They are most intricately cnbumbored though If Lucky can produce 5000 in cash on call hes hems luckier than an estimate of knowledge makes him He hasnt hasn't had a trainer in a de ¬ cade cades with which he did not have to settle through the courts In Frisco and Los Angeles Baldwin is i lassed classed as bad pay and therefore does not buy on credit His armours amours have cost him a million They may have been worth it The general estimate of the price is lower Baldwin knows better than the appraiser though Baldwins Baldwin nickname comes from a streak of luck which through the Comstock lodes discovery and his holding of stock made him rich Hes Hess versatile and energetic Ive I've seen him go through a wholesale stock of hats and clothing and class them better than a buyer His Santa Anita Stable has always been a racing puzzle though full of great fig ¬ ures cures It has grown worse with age Emperor of Norfolk LosAngeles Osage Eey Eely del arreras areas and the elastic Eey Eely El Santa Anita were its modern stars Of late Baldwins Baldwin talk and action over the in and ontism monism of his horses has been pecu ecu ¬ liar Last year he bought a special rifle and hired a guard for Eey Eely El Santa Anita Neither were used Yet the game of elasticity went on Baldwins Baldwin a keen human figure though his race is nearly run His loves have been as intermitt intermit ¬ ent Kent and sensational as his race horses He has married off a good many of the former and sold at more profit quite a few of the latter Every newspaper is troubled by unbalanced folks who read and differ through physical and mental strabismus with its reports DAILY EACINQ EXACTION FOEM OEM covers a special line the noble sport of racing It does its best tells what it sees and furnishes all the knowledge it has on hand every morning A person singing himself subscriber if ho is one I wish hed heed resign sent the letter below Monday I have hitherto considered your paper honest and fearless but it is very evident from your report of the second race July 4 that it is i neither and if whitewashing of such methods is your play there will soon bo room for a rival in the racereporting racketeering way wayEveryone whatever Everyone who has an atom of horse sense knows that Loudon London and May Fern were the only two horses to be considered for a moment if the race was to be a true one May Fern led the others by daylight for a sixteenth of a mile and the boy never tried to do a thing with her after the others caught her as he wanted and Loudon London was loft at the post half a block to the bad then you say he got off fifth It was a bookmakers race and you know it and knowing it are you to be relied upon as an honest and fearless person competent to report form There are a good many asking that ques quest ¬ tion ion today Yours etc etcSUBSCBIBEB SUBSCBIBEB SUBSCRIBE SUBSCBIBEBSubscriber Subscriber isnt isn't much on punctuation His letter is fairly intelligible 1 told him in Tuesdays paper what I thought of him as a cowardly member of the cowardly class of anonymous letter writers They are usually un ¬ balanced human items who have not the cour court ¬ age to parade their cranky opinions over an identitive identities mark Such a black badge of lack of courage has been general since education became fairly universal My form men are honest They reported the race in question as they saw it Their report was not changed Subscribers figures are awry too they probably mirror his racing scope DAILY EACING ACING FORMS chart of the race gives Loudon London as eighth at the start with only Bar guard behind him and fifth at the finish The boss eye of prejudice often sees connecting lines of crookedness b9twaa b9twaarrrli rrrli i nBa MBA ftpd ftp tbp bp ring Subscriber1 probably has two such eyes My men saw nothing out of line and its 10 to 1 on my men against such cattle as Subscriber My name is signed below this matter and I can always be found at 126 Fifth avenue after 5 and up to 11 p m daily if further explanation is needed by Subscriber

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