Youngsters in Hard Race: Dew of Dawn Defeats Gresham in the Last Stride, Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-15


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YOUNGSTERS IN HARD RACE. DEW OF DAWN DEFEATS GRESHAM IN THE LAST STRIDE. Aules Wins the Steeplechase — Colonel Bart- lett Breaks Down— Schoolmate Falls — Davis and Shea Are Suspended. New Orleans, La., February 14. There tu nothing r the racing .% City Turk this afternoon over which cue could ciithiiM-. Five of the rmeea were cheep selling affairs in wiii.-ii there were large fields. The conditions of the first, fourth and fifth races were Identical. The? were for four year olds and upward tii. it had not won since BeptehnTiei 20, and. as .■; consequence, a poor lot went to the post hi each instance. In the two year old race Dew at Dawn, flrcshsBI aad Brawn** Lad fought it eat heada and necks apart flreahaai waa beat liked. lie had nbown Matself quick at the post and had a large following, lie was ridden by Nieal wha did his part in getting off forwardly. Before they had gone a daaea atridaa he was oat in front with Ben Sand faraiahing keen contention. Tor ■ time it looked as thoagh Ren Sand might win. hat he iired. Dew of Dawn on t ho ontsi.le tinMied gamely aad in a furious drive beat Greahata a head in the last stride. In the steeplechase Suhador started out like a winner and led tiie others a merry chase for the first time aroand. Anlos was rated in behind him unlil Bearing the last jump. There Henry called on him and Aules canght and passed Suhador with a rush and won easily Arabo, poorly handled, ran far below the mark. In the sixth race, which was at one mile and a quarter. Colonel Bartlett brake down before they had gone a half mile and Garner eased him up. It was with some ditticulty that the horse was lad off the track. In the fifth race Schoolmate met with an accident din-■ ■ 1 1 v aTter reaching the homestretch. He was on the inside aad lighting his way through When he fell. Jockey Pickens landed on his head and w.i- evidently knocked out tor he vas enable to gel on his feel foe about five minutes. He escaped unharmed except for a few bruises and a shaking up. Jockeys B. Darls and Shea were suspended for the remainder of the week by the starter for disobedience al the post in the first race. The stewards have Issued an order to the eeere-tarj which permits that odacial to aceept Oliver Mrs entry and be will be ■ starter Saturday Matt .1. Winn k»f for Louisville tonight. The Kentucky state Racing Commission meets Saturday ii Lexington to allot dates for the tour Kentucky tracks and Mr. Winn wishes to be present

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