Uneventful Racing at Oakland: Miller Rides Two Winners-W. H. Carey and Logistilla Work Well for Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-15


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UNEVENTFUL RACING AT OAKLAND. Miller Rides Two Winners — W. H. Carey and Loqistilla Work Well for Handicap. Oakland, c.il.. February 14.— Todays carl lacked distinctive features. With one or two exceptions tin horses engaged were of moderate caliber. The lacing was uneventful, not so. however, from a speculative angle, as outsiders cammed two-thirds of the program. Walter Miller won on Alt.ine: and Sugarniaid. The weather was perfect and the at tendance undiminished. Jockey T. Clark was fined 990 for rough riding on Lord of the Vale in the fifth race, * oville. was fined !«uT for cutting ft rent h. von it! the opening luce. W. II. Carey, one of the prominent candidates for the family Club Handicap, worked the mile and a quarter today with his weight up in 2:09, which was considered first class. Logistillas trial wis even bettor and Hildreths mare is now considered the most formidable factor in the big race. Bngene Wayiand arrived from Lea Angeles with Tartan and J. 1 . Donohue. James Boden is expected la-ic- tomorrow.

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