Orbicular Scores Fluke Victory.: Beats Meadow and Lady Esther in Handicap at Terrazas Park--Schreiber Colors Successful., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-04


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ORBICULAR SCORES FLUKE VICTORY Beats Meadow and Lady Esther in Handicap at Ter razas Park Schreiber Colors Successful El Paso Tex February 3 Orbicular a onetime crack racer owned by A II I II Morris scored a fluke victory in the handicap at Terrazas Park to ¬ day Tlie race was not truly run Meadow the ninncrup was considerably the best but McCahey rode W McLcmores filly a waiting race for six furlongs and was finally pocketed in the rim through the stretch It was only in the last few strides that he obtained clear sailing and in a whirlwind finish the filly just failed to get up It was the consensus of expert opinion that Orbicular should have finished third Laily Esther a good mare belonging to J Marklcin was seriously handicapped by an inade ¬ quate jockey in Hufnagel HufnagelBarney Barney Schrcibers famous racing colors finished in front in a race at Terrazas Park for the first time this afternoon on his threeyearold gelding Father Eugene which horsu was raced in blinkers as an experiment and ran up to his private work He had previously worked well thus equipped and the persistentJ support for him was heavy and persistent J R Wsiinwright bid up May Bride winner of the third race from 200 to 400 and purchased her Tins was in retaliation for the claiming of Tremargo last week Himalaya winner of the last race wws bid up from 300 to COO by J L Brannou and changed hands handsIt It is rumored that jockey Smalls riding license will be revoked because of his rough riding tactics tacticsWade Wade McLomore was so wrought up over the de ¬ feat of Meadow by Orbicular ho offered to Jay Guy Gray one of the owners of Orbicular odds for any amount that she could beat his horse at the same distance and weights A match race at a miie probableThe and an eighth for 1000 a side is probable The weather was somewhat chilly today and this had a deterrent effect on the attendance The rac ¬ ing though uneventful was firstclass

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