The Devil's Good Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-06-22


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THE DEVILS GOOD HACK Tuesdays track at Harlem was a trifle slow the result of rain Monday night Seven races were run and the finishes were spirited En ¬ chanter caused a long delay at the post in the third race A claim of foul fntho nth second race was an incident of moment When in front of the grand stand Fair Deceiver the favorite ridden by Burns swung over in front of Hazel dean coming fast on the inside The Hazel dean party asserted that the foul was deliberate but the judges would not so see it Fair Deceiver was disqualified but Burns was not punished punishedNine punished Nine 2yearolds started in the first race Scatcohen Catchments a remarkably quick breaker was first on her stride took the track and held it to the end Prince Harry closed steadily in the stretch and nearly caught her Effort ran out on the turn yet outran the field and was in a good position bending for home G W Poole who trains Scatcohen Catchments bet on Prince Harry HarryThe Harry The second race looked a sure thing for Fair Di yer Ayer when the final quarter was reached Bui Ui while Chiquita Circuital and Mary Kinsella Knell clung to her Hazeldean Hazed came flying from the ruck truck Fair Deceiver could not withstand them and the foul noted marred the finish finishHugh finish Hugh Penny a hot oddson godson favorite barely beat Zamar Zamia II in the third race The pair trailed into the stretch then ran through the field and fought out the finish The official was 1 171 Outside timers made it faster fasterA faster A certainty was beaten in the fourth race Macy Marcy was the sure thing The Devil was 1 to 4 for place It was a twohorse wooers aco taco and a riding match between Burns and Clawson Lawson in which the latter carried off the laurels Both took things easily to the middle of the back stretch There Burns made his first move Clawson Lawson promptly sent his mount to the front At the half they poked and pulled away from the others The Devil beat Macy Marcy two lengths in the run around the turn Clawson Lawson kept his mount going to the end Lnder Lander severe flogging Macy Marcy gained ground in the run home homeBurns homburgs Burns turned the tables upon Master Clawson Lawson in the Youngster Stakes The field got away well At the end of a furlong Clawson Lawson took Toluca Toucan back and into the dry ground on the outside Burns seeing that he could not out ¬ run the others around the turn also pulled back and trailed Toluca Toucan into the stretch There was a spectacular drive in the last threesix threes ¬ teenths tenths that set the crowd ablaze The colt headed the filly home and Burns skill was ap ¬ propriately proximately acknowledged acknowledgedMorto acknowledged Morto Morton Fonse Fosse showed himself a great stretch runner in the sixth race Cherry Leaf was heavily backed Morte Mote Fonse Fosse went through his field like a wild horse and the favorite had hard work to beat the friendless Del Paso II IILast Ixias Last Friday with 111 pounds up Moroni Moronic ran third to TheTarcoon Tearoom and King Bermuda The Tarcoon Garcon was disqualified for a foul As pub ¬ lished lashed in this column Caywood Cawed who rode Mo ¬ roni ron said he would have beaten both of those J front of him if ho could have kept his mount Moroni Moronic was a 15 to 1 chance in the seventh race Away in the middle of the sixteen starters he got through and won easily easilyEspionage Espionage has been brought back from De ¬ troit trot She is lame as reported but Louis JSzell does not know whether the trouble is serious or not He expected her to go lame whenever she raced and was agreeably disap diaper ¬ pointed until her last race at Highland Park Said he She cost me only 25 and if she had been sound I would not be her ownor owner She had a couplo couple of knots on her legs when I got her and she has them still When they hurt her she goes lame lameTom lament Tom Ryan makes most of H Martins engage ¬ ments aments for outside mounts Martin objects to riding except for the stable in big fields so Tom does not make any engagements for tho thou boy to ride where there will be more than ten starters Yesterday J B Gray through Ryan engaged Martin to ride Gold Corn in the seventh race There were sixteen starters and the boy objected to filling the engagement Gol Geol Clark sent for him to explain When asked if Ryan was authorized to make engagements for him Martin answered that ho was Then you will hare to ride Go and get on the mare was the Colonels direction It was obeyed obeyedJ obeyed J M Murphys Murphy promising 2yoarold colt Streamer has been coughing for a couple of days On this account he was scratched from the Youngsters Stakes StakesPermission Shakespearians Permission was given Burns to saddle Sidon Scion ian at the stable and bring him to the paddock The horse was not brought to tho thou paddock Burns was fined 55 for his failure failureTom failure Tom McGee yesterday told how Clayton came to ride Tillo Till in the Suburban Bob Rose first wrote to Pat Dunne asking for Willie Martins services Pat answered that Martin would have to ride Pink Coat in the St Louis Derby on Suburban day Then J W Rogers Roses partner telegraphed Ed Corrigan asking for Clayton Corrigan consented and the engage ¬ ment meant was made THOS ETHOS J GALLAGHER

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