Ladies Day at Windsor, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-25


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LADIES DAY AT WINDSOR. Detroit, Mich., June 21. There was a tremendous crowd at Windsor today. A free gate for ladies attracted the fair sex and the grandstand was completely filled, notwithstanding the threatening weather. .The track was. heavy from the rains of Sunday, causing numerous scratches. So many were withdrawn from the.-.. first race "that it was declared off. The followers of form had a hard day of it. Anoura, from the Pasadena Stable, was tile only winning favorite. Willie Shields horses ware heavily backed. Suzerain was rubbed from eights to fives, but the best ho -could get was third. The same following went to Blember, in the third and he was heavily backed at twos. The best he could do was second to Iloos, the second choice in the betting. The other races were won in the easiest kind of manner, Kelpie lukewarmly supported, winning by the largest margin. J. II. McCIernand and J. H. Shouhllce are the recent arrivals from Latouia, the former bringing six and the latter eight horses. M. Bousbcrg has wired from Buffalo for stable room for three horses. Jockey Dubel drew a suspension of thrco dilys for misbehavior at the post on Haber in. the .fifth ritce, but will be allowed to ride out his engagements. Starter " Dwyer has put Mickleton Maid, Abbacy and Dick Itedd on the schooling list.

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