Expect to Continue at Oaklawn: Feeling of Certainty Growing Among the Horsemen-Big Crowd Sees Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-15


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EXPECT TO CONTINUE AT OAKLAWN. Feeling of Certainty Growinq Amonq the Horsemen — Big Crowd See« Racing. Hot flea lags. Ark.. February 14.— There came a feeling of security an g the horsemen at Oaklawa today. They have been given to andentaad that the meeting is to continue as long as is possible and that the track will not close with the signing of the Amis i.jii by Acting Governor Moore, it has been definitely settled that the eooatitutionalit] of the law is to be tested, and there will be no rash on tiie pan of the Oakiawn people for i decision trom the Supreme Court The program book for the coining week was distributed today and badge ladders received coupons tor the next two week*. There was a big crowd out today and. aside from the fact that five favorites were beaten, they had good sport. The Opening la ie went to 1.. A. Cell V-Orphany, which surprised bia own parly. He was not considered quite ready for a bruising nee. He won eaatty and will bear watching, in the second race Colonel Bob repeated his victory of Monday iast. He was the only winning favorite. Ill.- surprise was that be was not bid up. He is certainly worth more than 9800. High Bear was beaten a head for the laat race by BeMen and Jockey Shilling lodged a claim of foul, which was not allowed. He elal ned iii.n Belden had impeded Bigh Boar in the last furlong. High Beai might have won bad not Bcalploch bolted across the track in front of him at the start.

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