Newsgatherer Fails His Party., Daily Racing Form, 1896-11-12


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NBWSGATHERBR FAILS HIS PARTY P Finks recent purchase from the McCaf Mecca ferty forty stable and a youngster of better repute than racing Nowsgatherer Newscaster made his first local appearance in a maiden twoyoarold Toyota race at Ideal Park yesterday He was bet on by the knowing ones for a good thing and backed from even money to odds on He ran a good race but not good enough to win and was beaten right on the post and a narrow margin by Katie L Newsgatherer Newscaster ran the best race andjshouldhave won but mot with an accident shortly after the start He collided with Little Ocean and was knockedjff knocked his stride strideThe strident The second race also furnished a close finish In it Repeater beat Legion Repeater was the third choice and nicely ridden by Webster The youngster as a general rule rides well and has a pair of nice hands handsRoller handsomer Roller and his friends were down strong on Nairete Aigrette in the third race and the gelding won as he chose He is quite a shifty racing tool in heavy going goingAbuse gigabits Abuse was in a soft spot in his race and won in a big romp That speedy but rougish roughish gelding Roslyn Rosalyn was played well by his party to beat Pit ¬ fall in the last race and had he not bolted at the head of the Stretch would have galloped home He was a dozen lengths to the good on the turn but Dorsey Dose could not keep him straight straightThere straight There was a story circulated to the effect that Garland Bars owner was betting on Sir Uilke Guile in the Ideal Park foreign book to win the race the pair were in at Latonia Antonia Tuesdey Tuesday There are no grounds for such a story J E Rode gap owns Garland Bar and the money bet on Sir Dilke Dike was Ryan money The Ryans Ryan do own Fred Barr Perhaps the informer got the Barrs Bars mixed

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