Al Fresco's Good Race., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-14


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AL FRESCOS GOOD RACE Wednesdays Washington Park card was a light one there being only five races and in these an average field of only five horses It looked as if the favorites for the second day in succession would make a clean sweep The track was very fast as since the meeting opened there has scarcely a drop of rain fallen upon it The start of the first race was delayed by Tulla Tulle Fonso Fonts John Huffmans Huffman filly refusing to break Silver Tone off in front was at once joined by Spirituelle Spiritual At the first sixteenth Santello Antelope upon which hoise hose Charley Qninn Quinn bet 1000 straight joined issue but in trying to get through next the rail Tommy Burns got Speirs Piers colt shut off and at the turn Galathee Althea was sec ¬ ond bond to the favorite who was galloping Spiri Spirit ¬ tuelle tulle won as she pleased Santello Antelope beating Galathee Althea easily for place The others were beaten off Col Cool W E Applegate Appellate saw the race from the bleaching boards boardsTo boards To a good start Ben Hadad Add led down the back stretch Bangle second St Callatine Palatine close up Our Chance beaten in the first furlong p3angle and Ben Hadad Add swung into the home stretch side by side and as Clawson Lawson got in next the rail Ben Hadad Add closed in and Hildreths Childbirths great filly looked to be pocketed Soon ail three went to thb tb bat and Bangle seemed certain to win at the lart art eighth but Clawson Lawson managed to get through the smallest of openings and St Callatine Palatine won Bangle second Ben Hadad Add third The downtown bookmakers had Ben Hadad Add who ran for his new owner George Murphy an even money chance and laid 3 to 2 against St j Callatine Palatine CallatineTony Palatine Tony Licalzis Localism Al Fresco starting at 10 to 1 broke all the combination players and practi practice ¬ cally calmly made a sweep for the books by winning with McNickle Canticle up Charley Christy was out in front for the first mile Forte second Then Dunnes Dunes horse took the track only to be beaten from the betting shed home by Al Fresco who always third had taken the short road around the last bend The Roman was outrun from post to finish four lengths separating him from Al Fresco up the backstretch He closed some ¬ what in the last quarter but died away and at the finish was beaten off offMorte effort Morte Mote Fonse Fosse stayed up choser chooser to the front than usual being fourth up the back stretch He won in a walk while Nathanson Nathan who had laid off was second and J H C third Daisy F beaten off offEnoch offence Enoch Wishard Wished got the staying drops into anothfr another of his horses and Braw Lad who like Mary Black has been showing speed and then stopping went to the lead at the first turn and hard ridden close to the wire beat Usrda Usda qnite quite handily Timemaker Tidemark jostled f 11 out of the race at the first turn Hohenzollrn who raced Uarda Guardia up the back stretch finished third and Mistral II was nowhere nowhereBarney nowhere Barney Wolf Ben Falk and R C Chambers of Hot Springs are at the Montreal meeting meetingMr meeting Mr Schorr Scorer 1 et 100 each way on Sautello Saute with Kid Weller Dweller WellerFrank Dweller Frank Latterman Letterman bet 600 on Spirituelle Spiritual straight and place placeBen placemen Ben Hill Jr said a prominent Chicagoan is a clerk employed at a high price by the Board of Trade to keep a sharp look out on the bucket shops Now I am a member of the Board of Trade and also of the Washington Park club and am free to state that somebody ought to head off this zealous Mr Hill Rac Race ¬ ing King when properly conducted instead of injur injure ¬ ing King anybody is a benefit to any largo city We are not supposed in a cosmopolitan community to be guided by a policy perfectly commendable to the town council of Podunk Podium I believe mor moor ¬ ality alit to be largely a question of geography Matt Hogan looks more like Commodore Dewey than any man in Chicago Sam Meyer is over from St Louis Senator a colored man who years ago was a swipe for Jack Splan Plan showed up from the south it being his first appearance here this season seasonHenry season Henry Simons got in from Latonia Antonia He had the misfortune to have his filly Louisville Belle injured recently The crack of his stable is an untried twoyearold toehold that may be seen at Hawthorne or Harlem HarlemWilliam Harlem William Shakel Shake and Black Bill Fitzgerald were out outGeorge outer George Landerberger Launderer a prominent trotting horse man of Louisville Ky was present presentJ present J H Barnes a druggist of Liberty Mo who owns the horse Dave Waldo Weald arrived to see what was up I am as green as a gourd in the race ¬ horse business said he My game is mixing pills Still I think it hardly fair for racing officials to make a mark out of a one horse racing stable I bought Dave Waldo Weald when he was a suckling also bought his mammy Helianthus we lost her about a year ago and other horses of Bell Timberlake Timberline when these my townsmen sold out From what I hear Dave Waldo Weald had not been at his best for some days before the race for which he was barred I think my trainer an honest man However maybe the turf officials will rectify a ruling which many horsemen tell me was surely a mis mils ¬ take takeEd staked Ed Corrigan said in reference to the ligh light fields I had rather see thirty horses in five races than more It makes better racing racingEd racing Ed Gilman Col Cool Peppers aid de camp in the whisky business was much pleased with the racing racingFrank racing Frank Latterman Letterman caught George Rose at 15 and 3 for 50 each way on Al Fresco and bet the winnings on Morte Mote Fonse Fosse FonseWilliam O'Neill William McGuigan Michigan said to George Murphy When the latter bought Ben Hadad Add Tuesday If you intend starting tomorrow give the horse threequarters treasurers in 1 20 this evening As Mur Murk ¬ phy phys thought of scratching the horse stayed in the barn McGuigan Michigan said after the race If he had done as I guggested suggested I think Ben Hadad Add would have won wonCharley wincher Charley Quinn bet Social Smith 100 against 1500 on Al Fresco and the bookmaker asked Would you like another package packageE packagE E J Lowry Lowery the trotting horse pool seller is now engaged at the Montana race meetings where bookmaking is barred and the public is served by auction and mutual pools Lowry Lowery thus writes to his friend Silver Bill Riley I like the country I like the people The first for its ruggedness the second for their liberality and independence To a new comer however the climate is execrable I do not wonder that Charles Stiles here met bis bias death for the sulphur in the air chokes one and it can easily be seen how an incurable throat disease can be incurred by a pool seller Our business is fair as we sell 15000 auction and 25000 French pools daily and yet has not arrived that mar ¬ velous villous monthly pay day wht what u to the miners is distributed 700000 When wu got a crack at that business will go huramiij Hiram Do you know that here bjlaw bylaw the minimum pay is three dol dole ¬ lars per day Well such is the fact and con ¬ sequently sequent everybody has money moneyCharles moneychangers Charles Quinn is aaid aid to have won 10000 on Braw Lad He got on 100 at 30 and 8 with Jas Jabs OLeary O'Leary OLearyArthur O'Leary Arthur McKnight Mocking the assistant starter who as an outsider remarked Does all the work and gets only a small part of the pay says that it is harder work to get a small Held in line than one composed of many horses horsesThe horseshoe The suspension at Latonia Antonia of Willie Martin has expired and he was up on Hohenzollern Some parties asserting that Ben Hadad Add slipped his bridle J W Kelsey said that he did not mishapKid mishap notice any such mishap Kid Weller Dweller was badly crippled on the first race as the horses ran one two three by the betting bettingGeorge betting George W Poole thinks that he will not start Boanerges Beaneries for the Great Western Handicap on Saturday Saturdayt Saturday t is s id that instra intra 1 of being interfered with Timemaker Tidemark ran out on the first turn

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