Racing At Harlem., Daily Racing Form, 1898-08-02


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RACING AT HARLEM The day was warm and cloudy the track fair The crowd was somewhat below the average for Monday MondayQueen Monday Queen of Song first away to a good start for the opening race was taken back by Turner and rating easily along at the head of the sec ¬ ond bond division came from behind at the last eighth and catching Mazo Matzo the leader went on and won handily Mazo Matzo was second away took the track and waj wa never headed bar Queen of Song Nellie Fonso Fonts was second at the last quarter but died off quickly Cathedral didnt didn't do much fourth position seeming to suit him Prince McClurg McClure who ran in the colors of W E Applegate Appellate and was backed by the talent in eluding Hops Laudeman Laundryman finished a bad third Mr Drake started to bet on Mazo Matzo but the odds being cut from 10 to 8 to 1 shifted him and he wound up on Cathedral CathedralMoncreith Cathedral Moncreith Noncredit won with but little urging He took command at the entrance to the back stretch and thereafter was always in front The five horses had started fairly together but passing the stand Prosecutor laid off two lengths behind the bunch the four ahead of him all waiting so that a walking match was heard Tranby Tabby always as good as third beat Prosecutor by a neck for the place both driving hard Winslow was second to the upper turn but finished paired with Koger Logger B many lengths behind Prosecutor ProsecutorEddie Prosecutor Eddie Jones was in a soft spot in the third race and 1 to 3 was the best price Thorpe rode the favorite as if working the first half thou sent him along from last to first position in the next quarter and from there Eddie Jones rolled in Fred Broens Barons who had been backed from 3 to 1 down to 3 to 2 for place led the pack for threequarters treasurers of a mile but when the favorite got him Respass Trespass colt began to back up and he finished absolutely place honors going to Mr Schorrs Scorers Wilson who easily beat the 100 to 1 shot Elidad Elided Whirmantiline was second for threeeighths of a mile mileSea miles Sea Lion broke quickest and that was the last of it the favorite winning pulling up Galathee Althea was second to the far turn then got into trouble but struck the straight on the inside rail well up in front only to be again interfered with so H Shields pulled him up Boney Bony Boy was sec ¬ ond bond at the last turn but lost third money in a hard drive from Volandies Villainies who got off tangled up as did Gauntlet who from fifth position on the far turn he there being many lengths behind Sea Lion still ran home second to the favorite Gauntlet was backed at the post postDr poster Dr Sheppard won the fifth as he pleased Candelaria Candelabra as easily second Chugnut Chung was third half the journey but finished last Paul Kauvar Kava third beating Del Paso II many lengths lengthsFor lengths For the first five races not a horse had been scratched but of the thirteen carded for the final event Abuse scared out eight The betting with Fosters horse barred was as follows 7 to 5 Storm King 11 to 5 Fair Deceiver 4 to 1 Nannie Nannies Davis 5 to 1 Peter McCue McClure Abuse won away off Storm King second Fair Deceiver Mrd Rd Peter McCue McClure ran second to the home Wretch WretchThe Wretch The bookmakers slips and the programs do not correspond although some days ago when thp hp matter was brought to official notice Col Cool Clark said I believe in having the names of the horses in rotation and have always insisted on this sort of thing wherever I have been pre ¬ siding judge judgeDave judged Dave Waldo Weald br c 3 by Sayre Ayres Helianthus will be sold at public auction August 4 at 1 30 p m in the paddock at the Harlem racetrack racetrackMike racetrack Mike Sweeney Serenely is again on deck He became overheated at Washington Park and since has been cooling out outTrains outranks Trains leave the grand stand after the fourth fifth and sixth races for Chicago via the Lake Street L

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