Golden Shores Lost Opportunity, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-15


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GOLDEN SHORES LOST OPPORTUNITY. New York. September II. Mttller, the obscure rider, who was first selected to pilot Golden Shore in the third race, was so overcome with the responsibility reposed in him by the playing contingent who backed the Golden Garter gelding heavily at 15 to 1. that he fell off while parading to the "post, allowing bis mount to run awav two miles before the race. But for this unlucky mishap one of the biggest killings of the year might have been pulled off. The remarkable run afterwards made by Golden Shore Iu the actual race warrants the Belief that it would.

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