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PARISIAN MODEL SET BACK. HOLLE FILLY UNDER HEIDELS GUIDANCE FOULS R. C. RANN. Jockey Is Suspended for One Week Potash Wins the Steeplechase Helgesen Is on the Carpet Again. Cincinnati, 0., July 1. It. C. Rann was unquestionably the best horse In the third race at Latonia this afternoon but Jockey Heldel, who had the mount on Parisian Model, encompassed the defeat of the Milam colt. Heidel got away in the lead and stayed there, blocking every effort made by Crimmins to get- the favorite to the front and enabling Geneva S. to beat him out of second place-by a nose. The judges promptly disqualified Parisian Model ami suspended Heidel for one week. This gave first money to Geneva S., second to R. C. Rami, and third to Whisk Broom. The limiting of the fields to twelve starters does not appear to have eliminated the rough riding. The revocation or a few licenses would have a beneficial effect. Potash showed a brilliant performance in the steeplechase, going to the frout when ready. In her last start she fell when she seemed to have the race won, but this time, despite the fast pace, she cleared the obstacles in faultless style. She was the only one of seven favorites to win. Monsignor ran a sparkling race. Butler avoided the early pace and won with something to spare. After betting had been in porgress for several minutes before the sixth race Calabash ran away a mile. He was excused by the judges and additional time granted. In the closing race jockey Helgesen was held to blame for crowding In the stretch. He will be given an. opportunity to clear himself of the charge tomorrow. Jockeys Austin and Trueman were each fined 5 by the starter for disobedience at the post. Cablegram, Telescope, Dell Leath and John Dillon will in all probability accompany the horses that J. C. Ferriss, Jr. intends to ship to Saratoga. Jockey Bilac was forced to ride this afternoon with a sore arm. He had the mount on L. C. Widrig in the opening race.