Talent Has Another Tough Day: Only One Favorite Wins at Brighton-He Knows Takes Sunshine Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-01


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TALENT HAS ANOTHER TOUGH DAY. Only One Favorite Wins at Brighton He-knows Takes Sunshine Stakes. New York, July 31. The carnival of winning outsiders continued today at Brighton Reach. There was Zlenap at S to 1 in the first; Racine II. at 10 to 1 in the third; Wardine at -10 to 1 In the llfth; and Beardall at S to 1 in the last. Buck-man, a receding favorite at 12 to f, and Hsknows, a receding second choice at 31 to 1, annexed the other two races. The racing began with a facer for the public. Thousands of dollars were burned up when Gold Lady at 3 to 2 was left at the post. Amanda U., Hie preferred one in the steeplechase, ran unplaced. Of the three horses that monopolized the betting In the long-distance affair, Flaylguy, Lancastrian and, Sonoma ISelle, only the first-named earned a place in the first three, finishing second. The defeat of Live Wire at 13 to 10 in the Sunshine Stakes roused the tension to its highest pitch. He landed third. Kscutcheon and Jielcast had support in the fifth. The former barely saved third place;, and the latter was left at the post. Claucus at 3 to I, backed down from 7, and Proclivity at 3 trt 1, in the last, were lost in ihe shullle. Nobody was aware of the fact that this was an off day, judging by the 20,000 racegoers present. The fine weather helped to attract many, albeit the card was above the average excellence, consisting of one stake fixture the Sunshine Stakes for two-year-olds a mile handicap, a steeplechase and three selling races. Quality, quantity and parity were about equally represented. The Sunshine Stakes developed a stirring contest. Kight started, with Live Wire a hot favorite. The winner turned up in Ileknows, which, after prominent content ion from the start, drew out like a good one at the end, winning in the fast time of 1 :0!j. J. It. Kcene started two, Karls Court and Sepoy, but they cut a sorry figure in the running. Rolando was an added starter. The tabled, history of the Sunshine Stakes is as follows: Year. Winner. Wt. .Tockev. Yal. Time. 11101 Pasadena 107 J. Martin. ..,7S5 1 :07 1005 Ksoterie 107 W. Knapp.. 2.3.-.0 1 :0S 1100 Cailant Dan 107 Koerner ... l.SO." 1 :07r 11107 Ileknows 107 Garner ... 1,735 1:0C; Lcdy Anne met with a singular accident while at the post in the first race. When turning half way around she suddenly keeled over on her side with a thud that could be heard far away. Her nimble rider jumped out of harms way. The fall may have affected the McDowell marts speed. Gen. 1 McLewec, owner of Coy Maid, says he intends to retire his mare until next fall, lie made this remark shortly after Coy Maids defeat by Zlenap in the first race. Since his weeks suspension was enforced, jockey Notter has taken on llesh to an alarming degree. He gained ten pounds in weight during his first three days of inactivity. ! t i 1 t . L 1 : I

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