Tame Racing At Ideal Park., Daily Racing Form, 1896-11-13


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TAME RACING AT IDEAL PARK There was a frostly frostily crispness in the early Thursday air at Ideal Park Cautions owners considered the track would be unsafe and scratched theirjhorses thermoses but later in th day the sun came out bright and by race time the track was mellow and safe B J Johnson and Bishop Poole were among the cautious ones to duck and both drifted to penance later on The mile race was clearly between Johnsons Johnson Loudou Loud and Pooles Poles Florence P but both were scratched Mr Johnson too Imd ID an excellent chance to win tha than last event with Serena but she too was left in the stable stableIt stable It was a good day for the ring four well backed favorites being beaten The wins of Jersey Lad and The Sculptor were its instru instruct ¬ ment meant of torture tortureThere torture There has been a good deal of ringer talk of late and it was rumored that one was to have been paraded yesterday The judges were vigi vigil ¬ lant leant the tap of telegraphic information was on to its fullness and no suspicious horse turned up upThe Ute The afternoons racing was tame All of the winners except The Sculptor had plenty to spare The Sculptors win too was somewhat of a scratch Freddie L T in the same race a top heavy favorite bled and was pulled up The Sculptor was willing to stop at the head of the stretch and had Yigars Cigars been able to get through on the rail he would have scored Hicks on the winner played a neat trick He allowed Vigars Cigars to get on the path near the rail but when he was going by shut him off The Sculptor was clear and there was no chance for a foul although one was claimed Webber who rode Vigars Cigars was angry about being shut off and threw his whip at Hioks Hooks

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