Smart Racing At Harlem., Daily Racing Form, 1898-06-08


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SMART RACING AT HARLEM There was a heavy track at Harlem Tuesday Yet but one ot tho thou six races was won easily All the other finishes were full of interest and contention contentionA contention A good thing came near going wrong in the first race J M Murphys Murphy Streamer although never before at the post was a pronounced favorite He had to do the best he could to win by a head from Cheval dOr doer and the latter beat Mizzoura Missourian a head Streamer is a game colt His response to Hills punishment in the last sixteenth gained the verdict Cheval dOr doer seemed to be winning at the end of the stand but from there on dwelt just enough to lose loseHowitzer Howitzer halfbrother Galbraith of the winner of the opening event got away flying in the second race Warren Point was off badly but closed on his horse and got to the front at the head of the stretch and won a good race Howitzer clung to him the final quarter Borden was a poor third A SrBborn Reborn contest of threesixteenths landed filoncreith flounce in the third race Joe Clark and andPete Annette Pete Kitchen cut sorry figures at the finish finishGalen Finnish Galen Brown introduced the Riley Modesty filly Daisy F in the fourth race and won it Benneville Benevolent was reputed to be of stake class but after showing prominently for half a mile ho went to the ruck truck Dont Don't Skip Me and Daisy F were lapped with Daisy F on the outside as they rounded for home Dont Don't Skip Me bore out all the way and carried Daisy F to the ex ¬ treme tree outside Dont Don't Skip Me will not run from the whip Clawson Lawson on Daisy F lost his whip at the furlong post After a jostling drive Daisy F got home first by a fraction of a head Albertvale Alberta next to the last along the back stretch came through the ruck truck in the last quarter and finished stoutly on the extreme inside Dont Don't Skip Me was disqualified Colo Colon ¬ nel noel Clark declared that such tactics as H Mar tin pursued would not be tolerated at Harlem He will insist upon every boy doing his utmost within the rules to win but that utmost must bp fair and not such as will impede any other horse in the race raceThe racketed The fifth race was not strong exorcise for the prohibitive favorite Rush RushThree Brushstroke Three horses finished nbsgs bass and heads apart in the closing event MaV MV W was backed heavily Tom Collins and Ramiro II had fair support May W and Ramiro II lost ground the first quarter May W was used too much in the second quarter and Collins was a length to the good at the eighth pole May W was at his heels Then Ramiro II drew up At the sixteenth pole all three were under high pres Ypres ¬ sure and Ramiro II seemed to be winning In the last seventy yards May W rallied She was the strongest at the end and in two more strides would have won wonDuring wondering During the afternoon the following horses were excused by the judges Dorothy III from the third race Diggs Digs from the fourth Toluca Toucan from the fifth Me Jacks Bellicose and Lin Ling ¬ stock from the sixth sixthA sixth A carload of horses belonging to William Oliver and R Bradley arrived at Harlem shortly after the last race raceSecretary acceleratory Secretary Nathanson Nathan received a telegram from St Louis telling that Foster Bros Brows handi hand ¬ cap horse Dr Sheppard is suffering from pleur pleura ¬ isy Missy isyTHOS scythes THOS ETHOS J GALLAGHER

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