Long Shots At Lakeside., Daily Racing Form, 1898-11-01


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LONG SHOTS AT LAKESIDE LAKESIDEThe Lakeside The afternoon yesterday resembled an early spring day and as a fairly good program was offered at Lakeside an extraordinarily large Monday crowd was on hand There was a sprinkling of good class horses iu three of the races and the sport in general was good considering the season of the year yearAn yearn An allowance race at nine furlongs was the principal feature and J W Schorrs Scorers con aiatent aviate colt Macy Marcy notwithstanding that he was giv give ng away a lot of weight to everything else in the race was an oddson godson favorite One to two was the very best price offered against him Of course Burns rode Macy Marcy and know ¬ ing King the colt was fit and good he took him to the front passing the stand and setting a paco Pasco that soon stopped all those behind him won as he pleased Passing the half mile ground and on the far turn The Devil was up close enough to appear to have a winning chance and those who had played Macy Marcy and remembered the way The Devil beat him at Harlem this summer felt a trifle ID easy Rounding into the stretch how tver veer Burns let out a link and before the eighth post was reached it was evident the Schorr Scorer colt could not lose Macy Marcy was pulled almost to a walk at the finish Storm King was a distant third and Donna Rita who ran a very bad race was absolutely absolutelyLike absolutely Like Macy Marcy Frank Boll was a red hot oddson godson favorite for his race This colt had only an ordinary lot to beat and the race was at his favorite distance four and onehalf Neal furlongs He won easily and equaled the track record at the distance which was made by Holy Terror July 13 1896 Frank Bells was far the better performance He carried 120 pounds while Holy Terror only had up 100 100Bloss Bloss Loss took Frank Bell to the outside at the post and broke from tha than rear but before going twentyfive twenty feet he was in front and after that nothing ever got within hailing distance of him himFrom homeroom From a time standpoint the race was a crack ¬ ing King good one The first eighth was run in 12 seconds the quarter in 231 and the half in 481 Bonay Bony Boy close to the inside rail at the post beat the barrier about a length and being never worse than second got the place rather handily from Andes The latter was slow in breaking away and had bad racing luck through ¬ out outGoal outgo Goal Rnunor Rumor by Dundee Oar Pet belonging to Tom Ryan and at 100 to 1 ran a cracking good raca Racal finishing fifth lapped on Fontaine Fontanel blen blend The latter is a alow allow breaker and wants a longer route to do his best bestOat bestowal Oat of the second race a mile selling event came a rousing finish There were fourteen starters and Milwaukee with Burns up was favorite at 3 to 1 In the race were several bad actors but starter Dwyer was lucky and kept them at the post but four minutes and when he gave the word the field was well bunched King Bermuda went to the front on the first turn but was joined by Lucid entering the hack atretcb attract This pair raced head and head to the eeeighths post where there was a general losing up and rounding to the turn for home Fouclif Foci showed in front He did not last long and under punishment swerved badly Mil ¬ waukee wake now made a strong bid and followers of Burns shouted its all over Tommy though may have become a trifle careless and before he knew what had happened out of the bunch came Count Fonso Fonts with a terrific rush and won the race by a scant half length The latter swerved at the end but was clear of the field at the irce ice aJ caused no drxnge derange Surmount f i i pot T bofe bode i j a tl iri iris and Fonclif Foci fourth Ccunt Account Fonso Fonts was a 20 to 1 chance and the ring rejoiced rejoicedThe rejoiced The first race was a six furlong dash for maiden twoyearolds toeholds and Master Buck one of the longest shots in the race won in a driving fluish flush from Banish Master Buck was off fifth but took the track early and led all the way The favorite Nailer Mailer poorly handled by Burns was a distant third thirdW third W C T looked to be in a soft spot in the third event and was made a 7 to 10 favorite Ho was far the best and had to be to win Cay wood got away all tangled up and was obiged obliged to take the long route He made up his ground gradually and when he struck the stretch was in front and from there home he had an easy task taskThe taste The days sport was brought to a close with a seven and onehalf Neal furlong selling race It was 3 to 1 take your pick and consequently a good betting affair After Silver Set Graziella Grazie and Hardly had raced themselves to pieces along came Her Favor and stalling off Inconstancy won with something left at the end by a scant half length

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