White Faces Stake Race: Captures The Long-Established Harold Stakes With W. A. Leach Second.; Deacon Takes the Seven Furlongs Dash and Pays Heavily in the Mutuels--Tamar Defeats Joe Moser Luckily., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-17


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WHITE FACES STAKE RACE CAPTURES THE LONGESTABLISHED HAROLD STAKES WITH W A LEACH SECOND Deacon Takes the Seven Furlongs Dash and Fays FaysHeavily Heavily in the Mutuols Tamar Defeats I Joe Moser Luckily Cincinnati O June 10 The proposed substilu lion next Saturday of bookmakers for the mutiicl machines was the chief topie union race followers this afternoon There was much diversity of opin ¬ ion that most generally expressed being that the niachjncs afford less opportunity for fraudulent practices The management expect that twentyfivo layers will be in line and that half tills number will be arrivals from New York In this they may bo disappointed Likewise in the number of horsemen that will come here with their stables The pro ¬ posed change in the admission fee will not ma ¬ terialize The old tariff of 150 will be in vogue Saturday and thereafter There was a mistake hi the announcement that it would be reduced reducedColonel Colonel Milton Young of tho State Racing Commis ¬ sion who was here this afternoon bad little to say about the reversion to the Iwoks The parimutuels have been a pet scheme of the commission to lead the western turf out of the troubles that beset it But the new Kentucky racing law which went into operation today permits speculation in any form on licensed tracks while meetings are in progress progressThe The proposed operation of mutuel machines in con ¬ junction with the books is also considered a big mistake for experience where it lias been at ¬ tempted lias proved that like oil and water they will not mix There is a bare possibility that the management will not try out the scheme and if they do it will not be in vogue after Saturday Tho auction pooling will be entirely discontinued discontinuedIn In n racing way this was another day of sin prises and favorites fared badly in most of the races The Harold Stakes which featured the card went to White Face an ontsider from S 1C Hughes stable This was the first stake race the veteran trainer has landed in many years W A Loach finished a close second and the favorite Michael Angelo third The race was replete with crowd ¬ ing Michael Angelo and Tramp Fast being the chief sufferers sufferersThe The tabled history of the Harold Stakes since 1000 is given below Year Winner Wt Jockey Vail Time 1000 June Gayle 105 Ilerting 915 102 1 01 Pentecost 113 Dupee 10101041 1002 Sheriff Bell lir Coburn 1305102 1003 Lonsdale 10 T OConnor 1480 102 1004 Oiscau 12 Monroe 1385 102 102lOOr lOOr Sir Huon 110 Troxlcr 1400100 1005 Holdfast 1051 Austin 1005 1OIJ 1007 Tackle 101 DAustin 1745 103 1005 White Face 113 Pickens 10151005 10151005In In the seven furlongs race Deacon furnished a adouble double surprise in winning from a good band of sell ¬ ing platers and paying the high price of 46230 for each 5 invested investedIn In the opening race there was n bad mlxup and jockey Franklin under contract to T C McDowell had a narrow escape He hart the mount on Lady Nelson and while in a forward position was jammed against the fence and sustained a bad wrench of the ankle Tho filly also received injuries about the stllle that may lead to her destruction Edward Corrigans Chalice at a long price took the purso after being benefited by the mixup from Maleeon the favorite favoriteTamar Tamar having a clear course managed to land Hit second race from Joe Moser The latter was much the best but could not overcome the frequent inter ¬ ference he met and was lucky to finish In second place placeMattie Mattie Mack was favored by a good start in th third race and took the second race of the after ¬ noon for S K Hughes John Louis hud to bt much the best to outstay his opponents In the clos ¬ ing race as his rider managed him badly

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