Selling Platers Rule At Oakland.: Pal and Mill Song Prove Repeaters--Bologna Triumphs in a Fast Sprint., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-02


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SELLING PLATERS RULE AT OAKLAND OAKLANDPal Pal and Mill Song Prove Repeaters Bologna Tri ¬ umphs in a Fast Sprint Oakland Cal June 1 Three favorites Bologna Pal and Mill Song rewarded their backers at Oak ¬ land today and with a trio of remaining almost equally well backed second and third choices in Oalsina Middle and Colbert the public enjoyed a good day from n siKculallve standK int intDespite Despite the ordinary diameter of the card a big crowd was attracted to the course Midget Walsh was one of the conspicuous features in a jockey way landing two finely achieved victories with Bologna and Colbert Hettlgs record was iqnally as good Galsina and Mill Song scoring up ¬ hill wins under his pilotage in the opening and clos ¬ ing respectivelyWilliam races respectively William Walker the owner of the best stable oC horses in local training acquired another useful racer in Pal the winner of the fourth race which fell to him at his bid of 1500 Two defective claims for Nagazam made by L Stock and Walker were thrown out Keenes gelding going to O 13 Ware finally for 1225 1225The The exodus of horses and horsemen for Seattle Denver and Putte is now in full blast The strings of T P Childs and M A Dodge left for the north today The horses belonging to II G Bedwell J Frcters W P Magrane and Early Wright are scheduled to leave next Wednesday J J Walshs establishment including the crack Lee Rose will not meetingJ get away until after the close of the meeting J 0 Keene will transfer his racing operations to New York Boggs will probably be sent on there if he shows up well in the Seattle Derby Rudolph DerbyRudolph Spreckels horses will occupy space in Parker McDonalds car destined for Seattle which will start on Tuesday Edward Souies string will leave the following morning in charge of H W Hojig Arrangements have been made for a special train on June Oth for the transportation of some two hundred thoroughbreds to the Meadows MeadowsCloyne Cloyne Downpatrick and Palcmon all came out of their last races lame

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