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TIM PIPPIN WINS THE PATCHOGUE. Rain Falls in the East and Mud Runners Get Chance at Gravescnd Track. New York. June 1 .— Heavy rains that fell last night changed the ocndilion of the track at Graves end and as a resnll several of the large fields were reduced considerably by scratches. In the feature of the day. the Iatchogue Selling Stakes. oT sixteen sent out overnight only six went to the post. The race went to Tim Pippin, which found the muddy going to his liking and made a runaway of it to win easily from Twilight Jueen, with Cohort, the favorite, third. The tallied history of the Iatchogue Stakes since r.MMt is as follows: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. Ittlt Mirhaaaa 4 114 Hahac .728 1:134 1901 Himself 3 IU Wonderlv .. 1.439 1:1*1 I.m r_ fa met on :; IDS tCConnor .. 2.040 1:10 MM Plater :i 102 Haack 2.110 1 : K i.Hit Ascension .". 106 T. Burns .. 2.t 2o 1:101 IMS Rlit and True..". 101 L. Smith .. 1.818 1:10 1008 Keator 4 104 W. Knapp . 2.120 l:ihll l.MiT.Iai-.bite 4 108 M. Preston. l.S ;5 1 : ip; ions. Don Knriqae. . .4 M0 Detahjr 2.170 1:00 tmm Koval invx . ... 100 Kutwell ... 1.2»H» l:1o5 1010 Tim Pippin ...4D»8 S. Davis 1.180 1:10: Of eipial importance was the mile and a ipiarter liandieap. and ii was won impressively bf Pretend, which was also greatly favored by the going. lie raced] into a long lead iu the early stages ami was never in trouble to win easily from lleybourn and Superstition. F. A. Forsythes Durante was favorite, but ran a dull race and at the finish was laat, being beaten by W. C Dalys Killiecrankie in the ruu through the stretch. Kouud the World made her first appearance in the east and her victory was of a sort to lead the critics to pronounce her ope of the best two year-olds of the season. Away none too well she siMMilily raced into the lead and at no time after the first furlong was she straightened to win from Feather Duster and Zeus. It was a handicap and she was top weight, taking up 115 |Miunds. Pickaninny and Ardri lwdli won their races casily and at the end of the card Follie Levy was in a soft spot when she met some ordinary sidling plater three year-clds at the five-aiid-three-quarter furlongs distance. After the race she was bid up from 82.000 to 88480 by D. OTeodferd, trainer for the Iloverwyck Stable, but was retained bv tie usual $." advance. II. ;. Rodwell shipped his stable of sixteen horses to I.atonia tod iv. Thomas Mc-ireevy. ■ few seasons back trainer for F. Johnson, went along. H. V. Warner has shipped his horses to Salt Lake titv for that meeting.