Tom Dolan Wins Bison City Stakes: Polly Prim Takes Handicap-Englander Causes De Reszkes Defeat, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-26


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i , 1 I . i TOM DOLAN WINS BISON CITY STAKES. Polly Prim Takes Handicap Ennlander Causes De Reszkes Defeat. Buffalo, N. Y, June 25. The racing.andt Kenilworth Park this afternoon was. the best of the meeting so far. The features were the Bison City Selling Stakes and a handicap at one mile. The fields in all six of the races were evenly balanced and the finishes in four were close and exciting. The Bison Citv Stakes went to Fred Cooks honest little plater, Tom Dolan. He carried top weight and won by a neck from Betsy Binford. This race was marred somewhat by a straggling start. Irene A. had the inside position and broke running fast. Tlie tabled history of the Bison City Stakes Is as follows: Year. Winner. Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1005 Dr. Spruill Ill Ilelgesen .. 1907.sh75 1:2.2 I.KH; Mandator 101 Koerner ... On 1007 Tom Dolan 10G Lyeurgus .. 075 1:-0S In the mile handicap Goldstein rode a well-judged race on Polly Prim and beat out the favorite, Bobbie Kean, after a sinew-straining finish which lasted all of the last quarter. Alex Labold furnished the winner of the second race in his splendidly bred filly Chnlita. She won In a romp after running in behind .Columbia Lad ror three furlongs. Columbia Lad, which was favorite, came out of tlie race with a bowed tendon, lhe colt showed signs of lameness, in his recent work and his people took a desperate chance in trying to win a purse before laying him np. Knglanders poor riding was responsible for De Keszkes defeat in the fifth race in which he was heavilv backed by his people. At the sixteenth post, where Panique challenged, Englander appeared to lose his head for he deliberately stood up straight in his stirrups and it looked as if he would topple off his horse. The result was that Panique got up and beat De Reszke out a neck with Peter Knight third another neck away. The latter covered much more ground than either of tite first two and had he not been carried out by De Reszke, lie certainly would have won. The stable of A. Henry Iligginson, the well known gentleman rider, reached here from Brookllne, Mass. tills afternoon. In the lot are several good jumpers, Other arrivals were C. S. Gray from Arlington, Md., with three; the Queen City Stable from Toronto with seven and W. Keatings Royal Window, which came from Montreal. Pantoufle and George S. Davis will be shipped to New York tomorrow. The latter is an eligible for the Coney Island Jockey Club Stakes to be run at Slieepsliead Bay Saturday, and if he ships well, will he a starter. McDanicl was suspended for four days by the starter for disobedience while at the iiost in the second race. A division of the Seagram stable wftl leave for New York the latter part of the week. : 1 t ! t 1 ! I . . . , i "

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