Appeal to Gov. Hughes: Eastern Racing Associations Would Have Their Rights Defined., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-29


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APPEAL TO GOV. HUGHES EASTERN RACING ASSOCIATIONS WOULD HAVE THEIR RIGHTS DEFINED. August Belmont Announces That Governor Has Been Requested Not to Approve New York Legislation Immediately — Housemaids Fashion. New York. May 28. — C. I.. Harrisons Broomstick filly. !linisiiii:ii i. was winner of tiif Fashion a iMMri tliis afternoon in handy fashion from K. V. Carmans Horizon anil Bmw, favorites in the t«*t tiuir. Her raee was an impressive oih- anil leil loeal trainers to declare that Housemaid is probably the Ims| n.. ear old tilly shown thus far. The Tolioggau Handieap lost some of its interest when King James was withdrawn and shipped to Toroiilo. where he is to start in the Toronto Tup raee on Tuesday. With him out of the way Mary Davis pr-ved the winner, with old Dreamer second. The Amateur tnp went to Dullcare. ridden by Mr. Fleischmanii. and the Meadow Hnmk Hunters Steeplechase was won bv Sir Kitchie. In this race Die-l-old. ridden by Mr. 1 inker, fell at the liftli fence. but fortunately his rider ex-aped unhurt. Tlie condensed history of the Meadow Brook Hunters since its institution in 1901 is as loliow s: .car. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1901 Last Cord 4 151 Green $ smi 4:50. 1SMJ2 Somerset 4 156 Green 1,1*85 4:41 UMH Tihula 4 147 Green 1.000 4:52 MM Collgnv 4 1.2 Donohue ... J. 170 4:32 1905 Patagouian ....4 152 J. OBrien.. 1,080 5:15 BMW Game Cock ...5 108 Mr.L.Kvans. 1.1 HO 5:4:: MM Garrett 5 HE! Kay 1.O70 5:45 MM P. Dailcv 6 106 Mr.C.H.Sth 1.110 5:4:55 MM Prettv Michal. .5 Itil ¥.. Huppe... 410 5:5S MM Mr Ritchie .15:; Kelleher ... 450 u::;n Run at Morris Park until MM. In the six-furlongs dash for hree-y ear-olds, won liy Candleliorry. j M-key Softer met with a painful accident when Shannon, his mount, bled just before ihe finish and slavered against the rail, badly crushing Nottcrs tat The crowd was the largest of the season and the 4iuiiii: was last, though a high wind that blew up the stretch prevented any particularly fast time. During the day August Belmont announced that Governor Hughes had lieen requested by wire to withhold his signature from the recently passed bill* until he would furnish an interpretation of their meaning. The associations wish to know just what rights they have under the law. The associations wish to live up to the ietter of the law. but have fear of eoniplications until just what rigats they may have are clearly set forth. Mr. Belmont would express no opinion as to the future, but intimated tnat ihe would in any event continue until SepteiuUi . Lieutenant-Governor Horace White was a visitor at the track. Before the races there was a sale of horses in training, the property of various owners. The top price realized was !p:;.4 Hi. paid by 11. B. Walinsh-y for Ineas Chief. Fashion Plate was this morning worked a mile and a ijuartcr in 2:t»9 in preparation for the Rrooklxn. Sweep worked a mile and a t|uarter in preparation lor the Rclmonl in 2:07?. Grasinere was sent along fur a mile in 1 :4o. Harry Stone has sent H. W. Warners crosscountry hor.-v. King Castle, to the country to lie turned out. King Castle broke down liadly in his last start when he finished second to Black Bridge, and little Iio|h- is "held out for him to race again this season. John Duffy ami Abe Carson will ship heir stables lo Montreal Sunday. In he formers lot are Dixie Knight. Spanish Prince. Equation and HlCtd two-year olds.

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