Zambesi Wins Pocantico.: Dinna Ken Upsets Calculations Of The Form Followers.; Arcite Runs a Good Race--Colin Scores First Time Out in a Big Field--Bar None Will Make a Good One., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-30


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ZAMBESI WINS lOCANTICO. DINNA KEN UPSETS CALCULATIONS OF THE FORM FOLLOWERS. Arcite Runs a Good Race — Colin Scores First Time Out in a Big Field — Bar None Will Make a Good One. New York. May i*t. — Contrasted with yesterday, when Mine of Hi! beat racing waa witnessed, to-daya aport was taaae and painfully mediocre. Th • card waa ;i poor one and, with three-year-old farai rather apat * when Zambesi beat Dinna Ken for the Porantieo, the days Ixture, the only redeeming i ■ ; ; i : i ■ of the racing waa the appearance of sunn promising two-year-olds in the maiden race. There arm several good looking and choicely i » i - -» l young Kiera ia the lot, bul there arere each good reports . .iiis r.isi work, that be waa backed slaaosl to the exebaataa r the other*, going to the pan* I «. in "i in :i Hold i twentj three starters. Ta mam ii aeeaeed aa alwandlj abort price under the elrcnni stances, bal Colin aroa la aaeh ■ manarr as to aaake tin- mills liMik extremely HberaL Colin is a shahtnr; hwhlng brown colt M Coat-mando Paatorella. He bad been very highly tried, lint the rumor that he is the beat in the Keene bara caa hardly be takea as the belief of his owner and trainer. Collna usefulness may be ahort lived, how ever, as he lias ■ bad]] rapped hack. This pre-reated his being trained as ■ yearling and may bring him to i i.-i" naaaer or later. Bar None, by Naa iiiriinni — Banality, which finished a respectable see inl to Colin, is a viry small yoaagatei also. In i "Ill- ami markings he i- mneli like bis sire anil while he did not show the speed of CoMn, be is with- i. ii ilotihr a high i lass coll ami is probably the sterol the Whitney I arn. The eolora C James n. Keeae were again rie? toriona in tnro races, Zambesi completing the doable in ihe Pocantico. Zambesi was unable to concede big weights to some lair horses at GraTeaend las! week, winie Dinna Ken irith a pull in the weights heat Peter Paa for the Oaritaa Stakes, ii is veil known thai tin- stable romhhi i ■ Peter Paa many pounds better than Zambesi ami IrrespeetiTe of the fact thai Zambeai hail a pall at sevca poaada today Pinna Ken waa a hoi favorite ami was backed heavily at asms-en, while Zambeai at 6 to 1 had only the support of a feu ahrewd haadleaspera who flgare form closely, then make dae prawhriea for .Miller, who had the mount. George J. Longs Arcite made his lirst appearance of the season in tats event ami araa a well aapporUd aeeoad choice at .". to 2. Zamheil led all tie way ami won easily enough. Hut had Arcite run a straight course it might have been different, lie was eleae to the bailer and going fast when be ran wide in the middle of the bend, either a victim to the left-band raehag or Troxlera alothfahatas. He lost much ground while tin- palling and hauling about that he received mast lurrssailli have taken a great deal out of him. He came in the stretch To beat Dinna Ken for Be id place in a drive. While ir is questionable if Arcite could have beaten 7-am-bpsi. the mishap was to be If j.telled as it hardly gives a good line on what to expect of hiin in the future. .Many adhere to the belief tnat Arcite would have won bit* for the running out. Dinna Ken was unable to make the Weight concessions. After the race those win. hedge such mtters from a superficial viewpoial only were ready to consign Peter Tan to the selling plater class, tak lag the line through Dinna Ken. Ibis was the fifteenth running of lie Pocantico siakes. Charade being its first winner in 18081 in 1863 Prince George won ami in 1894 si. .Maxim got hawse in front. There waa no meeting ai Moiris Park in the taring of is:!.-, and tin -take was dropped thai year, in 18M Volley was the sneeeaa till one and Since that time the winners have been: iso?. Beaaselaer; 1888, Sly Post, 1899, EtheJhert; 1900, Missionary: 1001, Bhsra; 1962, Dtxieline; 1903, Bfafodon; P.tOl. DoDy Spanker; 1905, Cairngorm ami ]!Mk;, Inquisitor. Only Iwo favorites won and Miller rode three ■winners. Both Beggar .Maid and Ontario, tie long Shot winners, were the medium of quite a coup by their respective stable connections. A peal card is offered for tomorrow and with four stake races and such horses as Servile, -Mi - Gregar, Tea th fid; Chariea Edward. Ben Baa, Baf-frage; .Master of craft. Tim Cricket, Galhaat; Goad and Plenty. T. S. Martin, Grandpa; Frank GIB, Superman. Iaumonok: Tommy Waddeli. Had Rewa and Zieiiap SaaOBg those likely to en to tlie post a tecoril attendance is asaeeted.

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