Fayette in Fine Fettle: Son of Ogden Looms as One of Truly Good Handicap Horses of 1910., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-08


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I I j , I ; . , , . 1 ; i FAYETTE IN FINE FETTLE SON OF 0GDEN LOOMS AS ONE OF TRULY GOOD HANDICAP HORSES OF 1910. Continues His Victorious Career by Winning tha Kings County Handicap in Eaay Fashion — Big Crowd at Aqueduct. New York. Slay T. — S. C. Hildreths Fayette was an easy winner of the Kings County Handicap at Aqueduct today. In winning the race, he ran a mile ami a sixteenth in 1 : ».". to easily beat Magazine am! Wander. The latter was added by A. WU-I son at the eleventh hour. The race was one that further stamps the son of Ogdeu as one of the trulv good handicap horses of this se:usoti. The early paee made by Magazine was very fast and jockey .shilling pulled back when the Carman horse went the first half in 4b*. When called ou. Favette came with a great rush and at the end had plenty to spare. The race run by Magazine was a giMxl one and it is not to be wondered that he faltered after selling such a terrific pace. Tlie tabulated history of the Kings County Bate dicap is as follows: Tear. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. IMS The Musketeer..i IM Hoar ,880 1:13* 1!K»4 Florham 4 ! ! HIblebraud . 1.S00F..2 1906 Rapid Water... 4 120 Lvne 1.6S.1 1 47 1!»ik; Israfel :; "... W. Miller... I.SM l:d» 1907 Buttling r, 114 Notter 1 t;2.i 1 4K* 1808 Faust 4 88 Sumter 1.4S0 1-tej 1MB Not run this year. 1910 Fayette 4 114 C. H. Sbilg. I,0o0 l:4o« Run at .-I, mile in 190C!. The weather was bright and summerlike for the first time this season and the crowd was the largest since the ofiening. Besides Favette. Rose Queen and P.ashti. the Newcastle Stables two-vear-old daughter of Adam, scored as favorites. Rose Queen, ridden by jockey Sliilling. only had to run her three-quarters in 1:14*, to easily dispose of her opposition, and Bashti bad no trouble in beating some smart fillies. Kddie Dugan also scored for S. C. Hildreth in the six and one-half furlong- dasli that was the opening number. Kltiu Beau, the favorite, was raced into exhaustion chasing Galley Slave ami this had much to do with tlie victory of Hildreths three-year-old. The race for gentlemen riders went to Dullcare, ridden by Otto Fleischmanii. Kd Ball, the favorite finished last of the trio that rati. Banvah passing him right at the end. Pat Dunnes Crash was one of the disappointments of tlie da v. She was at odds-on in tne last race, hut third was the best she could do. Blue Mouse and Aldrian, both at good prices, easily beating her. l J. R. Keenes Orasmore this morning worked a mil-- a„d M eighth in 1 :.".•; in preparation for the HetrapeUtaa Handicap. Maskefte was sent tho same route In 2:00. Sweep, the Futurity winner of Hah, worked a mile in 1 :4:i. King James is top weight at 128 pounds for the Kong Beach Handicap to be run Tuesday.

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