Petulant Surprises Hamilton Patrons.: Takes the Tuckett Selling Stakes at a Long Price--Windsor May Follow Hamilton., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-14


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PETULANT SURPRISES HAMILTON PATRONS Takes the Tuckett Selling Stakes at a Long Price Windsor May Follow Hamilton HamiltonHamilton Hamilton Out June 13 A crowd that equalled the one of the opening day journeyed to the Hamil ¬ ton track today Tlie Tuckett Selling Stakes for threeyearolds and over stood out as the feature on the card Thirtytwo books found that they had all the business that they could attend to But two favorites crossed the winning line Bound Brook in the steeplechase and Tames Crawford in the race over tle turf turfThe The layers began early in reaping their harvest when the heavily backed Martin Doyle failed to fin ¬ ish in the first three Jubilee Juggins upset the calculations of the talent and after leading all the way managed to last long enough to take the long end of the purse from Terah The Seagram horse was put to the hardest kind of a drive to win Cave Adsnm after following the pacemaker closely tired badly in the final drive and finished third thirdMore More interest was centered in the Tuckett Selling Stakes Charlie Gilbert St Jeanne and Uncle Toby were most favored while Hiacko and Petulant were practically neglected St Jeanne took the lead and In going the first quarter opened a lead of four lengths while Hiacko was closest in pursuit After setting a fast pace for seveneighths St Jeanne tired and Hiacko got his head in front but his ad ¬ vantage was shortlived as Petulant was overhauling him at every stride and they both went under the wire upon what seemed even terms and only the judges themA were in a position to separate them A meeting will be held in Buffalo tomorrow to determine the status of the racing situation It was erroneously reported that the Buffalo stake engagements would be run off at Windsor but such would not be the case There is no doubt how ¬ ever that in the event the Buffalo meeting is de ¬ clared off tomorrow at the meeting of the board of directors Messrs Farmer and Hendrie will take advantage of the situation and begin racing at the Windsor plant at the close of the meeting here Many hereMany applications are pouring in for stable room at Hamilton Secretary London reports that all available stable room has been taken and the barns in the immediate neighborhood of the track are filled filledWalter Walter Farmer arrived from his home in Nash ¬ ville today and will go to Buffalo tomorrow On ills leturn a positive announcement is expected as to racing at Windsor WindsorE E J Gildersleeve owner of Alencon claimed El Dorado out of the sixth race for SSGO

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