Defeat For Crystal Maid.: Direct Noses The Fast Filly Out For The Rich Cincinnati Trophy.; Czar Reverses with Moquette in a Fast Run Mile--Semper Vera Wins at Long Odds in the Mutuels., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-01


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DEFEAT FOR CRYSTAL MAID DIRECT NOSES THE FAST FILLY OUT FOR THE RICH CINCINNATI TROPHY Czar Reverses with Moquette in a Fast Run Milo Semper Vera Wins at Long Odds in intho tho Mutuels 2 A Cincinnafi O Tnnc 30 Direct owned by W 7 Young won tlie Cincinnati Tropliy one of the prin ¬ cipal twoyearold events in this section in sensnr tlonal style after a game effort to get up In the closing strides of a hardfought contest that lasted from the harriers rise Jockey C Koerner liad been offered special inducements to come here from Detroit and act as the colts pilot No important iirilllancy attended his ride as the colt was clearly the best and would have won off but for Koerners action in taking him back sharply soon after the start thereby enabling the advance guard to get a long lead on him lie moved up with a rush when fully straightened for tlie linlsli and by an extra Hiard effort got up in the final strides to win from Crystal iMald the top weight The latter outsprlnteii her opponents shook oft Variation the closest early contender and outstayed Dick Holler In the llnal drive The latter n slashinglooking son of Dick Welles and Lady Holler was making his initial start and by his performance impressed close watch ¬ ers as fully able to take the measure of todays winner with a little more racing experience The race was marred to some extent by crowding Michael Angelo and Cowdin being the principal sufferers in this respect Direct was coupled with Warfield as the Young Lesh entry W J Young being also the trainer of the latter latterA A case of decided Improvement followed the stake race when Czar which was beaten off by Moquette In their last meeting turned the tables and beat Moqnette in the closing strides Moquette on his good showing recently was inade an over ¬ whelming choice but enough support was on hand for Czar to liold his price at a short figure Plnk ola again ran a poor race and hardly got up for third placeThe place The closing race in which a good band of sprint ¬ ers started weut to Joe Closer in a canter lit was one of the bestbacked choices during the aft ¬ ernoon and never gave his backers cause for much worry as lie was in the lead throughout and won eased up Al Miiller outstaying Honest In the ploslng strides for second place Big placeBig fields started in the other races and specula ¬ tion on them was light and crowding frequent Close finishes however resulted in two of the contests Banagher getting up In the second race in the last stride to nip Mirth and Roseburg II outstaying Hobin Grey In the opener Semper openerSemper Vera proved the surprise of the afternoon when she overhauled Hollow in the last furlong of the third race Hollow was a strongly supported favorite and Semper Vera was the extreme outsider There was not a single 5 ticket sold on her straight in the mutnels the 2 bettors taking the entire pool A 5 ticket would have netted the investor 51255 a record sum at this track trackBarney Barney Schrelber who came here today from New York had expected to see his colors carried by one of his twoyearolds in the stake race and was chagrined at his failure to have a representa ¬ tive in the race Mr Schreiber stated that condi ¬ tions In New York at present were not so gloomy and If no unfavorable decisions are handed down by the courts racing will flourish in the Empire state for the rest of the season He was decorated with a Personal Liberty League emblem During emblemDuring the past few days nearly all the horse ¬ men have procured Personal Liberty League but ¬ tons and are wearing them conspicuously The local emblem differs materially from those In New York The objects of the league are similar that of reforming the reformers Jockey reformersJockey C Koerner returned tonight to Detroit where lie will resume riding at Windsor He re ¬ ceived victorySolo 250 for piloting Direct to victory Solo Dance will in the future be schooled through the field and promises to develop Into a good jumper jumperWhile While schooling Jim Beattie this morning jockey Pollock was heavily thrown and sustained a fracture of the collar bone and a deep scalp wound He was sent to a local hospital hospitalComplaining Complaining that he was suffering pain in his neck jockey Glasner who fell In the closing race yesterday was again subjected to examination last night and was found to be suffering from a slight fracture of his collar bone Ilufnagel who also fell at the same time is badly bruised about the body

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