Beaucoup In Game Style.: Runs His First Good Race Of The Year. Defeating Five Crack Racers.; Wedding Bells Wins Like a High-Class Filly--Connaught Ranger Defeats Preceptor--More Brighton Beach Indictments., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-01


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BEAUCOUP IN GAME STYLE RUNS HIS FIRST GOOD RACE OF THE YEAR DEFEATING FIVE CRACK RACERS Wedding Bells Wins Liko a HighClass Filly Con n an eh t Ranger Defeats Preceptor More Brighton Beach Indictments Saratoga N Y Tnly 31 Todays card at Sara ¬ toga lacked the drawing Dower of tlie opening day ami the attendance fell off slightly In consequence still it compared favorably with tlie ordinary off days of previous seasons It amply made w in enthusiasm ludnslrionsly circulated and believalilc reports of changed conditions locally involving an open town in li gambling way formed almost the Mile topic of conversation among the 1000 visitors at the track trackSheriff Sheriff Bradley denied the unwelcome announce ¬ ment of tlio morning that he intended to resign and racegoers again breathed freely Mr Bradley said that there was absolutely no bookmaking going on lit the track and neither he nor his alert deputies had discovered a single violation of the antibetting Jaw as construed by SupremeCourt Justice Blschoff BlschoffUnder Under ideal conditions the second days program of the meeting was rnn off smoothly and satisfac ¬ torily All that is best in American society politics business and the professional world is represented her and It is predicted that tlie former glories of the place are about to return returnDespite Despite tlie presence on the card of two oldtime stake fixtures the Mohawk Selling and the Dela ¬ ware Handicap as overnight purses the over ¬ shadowing feature developed from the two races for twoyearolds At least one topnotcher by repute In the younger division of the Newcastle Stable I receptor went to his undoing in the lirst race and another one was uncovered in Wedding Bells in the third which at the first asking covered her ¬ self with glory by winning the fastest race ot the meeting live and i half furlongs in 107 flat This more seasoned Preceptor was beaten in 1072 The filly is built on robust and unusually big lines and lier turn of speed for a green one is truly marvelous the fractional time of todays race tells its own story 1receptor was held at a prohibitive price and one of me big losing plunges of the after ¬ noon came when Tom Shaw bet 3000 oa the young ¬ ster at 2 to 5 5Tlie Tlie Delaware Handicap at a mile lost its stellar attraction when Mohawk II was withdrawn Fancy and Banyan also declined the issue Six were left in and a cracking good race resulted At some stage of the race Sir John Johnson Royal Tourist pinil Marathon alternated as pacemakers anil with Slire consequences for all three as the lightly weighted Beancoup caught them tiring and beat them out with a rush right at the end endThe The tabled history of the Delaware Handicap is given below Year Winner A Wt Jockey Val Time 1001 Blues 3 112 Shaw 10101472 1002 Chuctanunda 4 IIS Odom 2305 138 1003 Giracrack 3 102 Gannon 2400 1403 11104 Molly Brant 4 112 Lyne 2K55 1308 1005 22201301100T Molly Brant 5 113 Knapp 22201301 100T Dandelion 4 120 Sowell 1831 1383 1007 Vails 3 00 Beckman 2220 13S 13SlHlS lHlS Beauconp 3 90 McCaliey 530 140J 140Jne ne and onesixteenth miles in 1001 A partial leveler of price averages at 1 to 4 De ¬ lirium came along and wound up a good afternoons A disagreeable aftermath of the Brighton meet ¬ ing developed today with the indictment for a sec ¬ ond time of Messrs Fitzgerald Cavanagh and Engc ninn by the Kings County grand jury The new charges on which todays indictment is based are for keeping a disorderly place The presentment says that the race course is a rendezvous of people t f a lawless character assembled with the avowed purpose of violating the antibetting law Both of tlie lirstnained gentlemen were seen at tlio local track this afternoon Mr Fitzgerald said that he did not wish to be uuoted not would he express any opinion regarding the last indictment as he had not yet read the text of it lie refers everybody to his counsel C II Hyde 50 Wall street Cava ¬ nagh also refused to be interviewed on the same grounds and also referred inquirers to his counsel Hon J 11 Stanchlield StanchlieldThe The tabled history of the Mohawk Stakes is given below Year Winner Wt Jocke Jockey Val Time Timeaw 3001 Colonel Pailden 111 Shaw aw 1715 l47 1002 Port Uoyal 107 Shaw aw 1730 1531 1531Her HUM Sheriff iBell 113 Fuller Her 2005 152 152Neill 1004 Hello 107 ONeill Neill 1003 154 154iapp 1005 Palm Tree 101 Knapp iapp 1725 153 100U McKittredge 03 Garner 15201535 1007 Temaceo 00 E Juga liS5 1525 1OS Moquette E Dugan 425 l54js One and onesixteenth miles in 1001 1001The The Sanford horses are less advanced in their preparation this season than ever before in ten years yearsDreamer Dreamer worked seven furlongs this morning in l27i 1405Eddie and was pulled up the mile iu 1405 Eddie Dugan Willie Dugan and Walter Miller will be the main dependence of the race track nine in a baseball game which is to he played next 5iuiiday 5iuiidayDick Dick Shaw the jumper has been sold to Mr William Kerr who races under the nom de course f Mr McMurtrie McMurtrieThomas Thomas H Williams horses arrived at Saratoga today in charge of Dr II E Rowcll They are in Jlrstclass condition conditionJ J Lee the colored jockey was severely injured when he fell on Thursday He was taken to a hos ¬ pital where his chest was incased In a plaster of paris cast The full extent of his injuries is riot known yet but the doctors expect to lind that three or more ribs have been broken brokenDuring During the next two weeks there will be plenty of opportunities for sportively inclined persons to indulge In such hazardous pastimes as roulette and faro While Canlields Saratoga club will remain closed the lid Is off and business will be transacted liy live clubs namely The Manhattan under the management of Jimmy James of Baltimore and Billy Du Pols of New York the Bridge Whist operated ny William Maekin and Maxio Blumenthal the Tutted States backed by Ed Croker of Troy and 7immy Pickens of Albany the Empire with Ed Khrman Chicago Ed and Bert Harris as active directors and Sweeneys and Dwyers with then respective owners local men In control

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