Maskette in Fine Form: James R. Keenes Filly Establishes New Track Record at Aqueduct., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-06


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MASKETTE IN FINE FORM JAMES R. KEENES FILL? ESTABLISHES NEW TEACK RECORD AT AQUEDUCT. Wins Her First Out of the Season in Admirable Fashion — Dalmatian Shares Honors of the Race. N«w York. May 5. — .Tame* R. IksVI Maskette. winner of the Futurity of PHIS and best rhrce-year-• ud hily or last season, made tier first appearance of tie year at Aqueduct today in the six and a lialf I ill long* Handicap. SIih took U|i 122 pounds and won handily from Dalmatian and Rocky OBrien in the remarkably fast time of 1:18. which established a new track record tor the distance, ihe race was a remarkably one for lwvfh the four-year-old filly and Dalmatian, which was also making Ma initial effort oi the season. With HO pounds up. he went stride lot stride with the filly all tin- way and when it is considered that the tirst three-quart em were run in 1:11*. and that he then outvalued Rocky OBrien, whi.-b had avoided ihe early pace, the race stamps him as one of the lies! three-year-olds of the season. l;« cky OBrien had the advantage of an earlier -ace .■mil was taking up 107 pounds. On his showing today, it would seem that Dalmatian holds him safe. Maskette is in ihe Metropolitan and her per-lortnanco will probably make MI favorite for that i ace. The programmed feature was the Newtown Selling Stakes, whii-h went to H. *i. BedweHs Madman, which look up llti |Hiunds and. giving weight to every starter, won easily from Hildreths Jeanne dArc. the favorite. The tabulated history of the Newtown Stakes is as follows: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Yal. Time. IMS Cameron 4 12 » ONeill ,380 1 :13* l!»o4 Monet :: Hk; T. Burns .. 1.3M 1:17 j l.Mi.". era rapid ne ...3 105 Baird 1.210 1:14] UHW dapple 4 105 Oarner 1.270 1:1:: = I.aiV Keator .". Ill Garner 1.205 1:11 I.ais Aletheuo 4 113 E. Dugan.. 1.350 l:li MM Not run this year. I.tU* Madman 4 116 Taplin 575 1:12 Vnollier promising-Mree-rear old was shown during | i,:, il.i when .1. 1 ■• ,H.,..-.1.t| rK.v,i.,.i,,.. took the iHiasiire oi 1ollii Lew. IlePBr tliat was l«-light for a big price from H. M. Zicgler at Sura-tog;! last seasm. He ran three -quarter* in 1:12J easilv an. I the character of tlie race indicated tliat he will I" one of the good ones in the younger division, lie is well engaged. After ihe iir*t race, a live eighths dash for two-v ai-olds. won tiv Winning Widow. Albert Simons ilaimed Kdda hw CL W. Berry for . The claim was made for J. W. Schorr, who started I ncle Fred in the race. Our Hannah was the big surprise of the d.iv when she led all t lie way to beat Dandelion. f the best-backed choices of the afternoon. Jockev Shilling was suspended for live days after t i.i races mi Wednesday for his ride on Euclid. The r -cent leg illation in Albany had its etfect on the atteinlaiice ami todays crowd was not up to llic usual number. Considerable speculation is had a* to tin- .licet of the bills that have passed the Senate, but the general impression is that racing will continue at leasi until Septemlier 1.

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