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HOLLAND HORSES DO WELL TWO MORE RACES GO TO WESTERN STABLES CREDIT AT HAVRE DE GRACE. Gordon and Hectograph Make Score Six Races, Including Two Stakes, Won in Three Days That Meeting Has Been in Progress — Both Bid Up. Havre de Grace, M,L. April 21.— The J. L. Holland stable, which appears to be a target for the run-up men ai. Havre de Grace, Bgabj suffered this afternoon when Gordon, winuer of the opening dash, was bid up from to .10.1 and Hectograph, winner of the Oermantown Selling Stakes, from 20 to ,900. The former was protected, but the two-year-old was allowed to go to Sam Louis on his bid of ,500. C. C. Smithaon did the bidding on Gordon. Hectograph! victory was the sixth that the Holland stable has scored during the three days of the meeting, two of them being in stake race-. The colors of J. S. Tyre,- were carried to victory in tin s.c 1 rac,. by a good-looking two-year-old, Dr. Larrick. The colt was ridden hy H. Snyder, who resumed riding yesterday after a long absence from the saddle. Dr. Larrick showed a good performance. Rounding to the front soon after the start, he bd under slight restraint for the remainder of the trip. Czar Michael, whose entry will lie. barred In the future on account of his propensity for bleeding, scon ,1 an easy victory iu the third, in which he came from behind and won with something to spare. The track was lumpy and so deep close to the inner rail that horses with an inside jnist position Were at a disadvantage llnxtons tactics in takiug Progressive to the inside iu his race helped in a inea-iire lo heal him. Theodore Coles saddled his first winner of the meeting and Dr. J. S. T.vree, he Washington chemist, won his first purs,- when Dr. Larrick beat a smart lot of maiden two-year olds in the second race. James Fitzsimnions today purchased the two-year-Old Oily Rustic Maid from Richard T. Wilson. She is a half-sister lo Spring Maid. Frank Turner, a -on of John Turner, famous in his day as a driver, baa purchased the three -year-old B.iv-i Uey fi-i in W S Thompson. II. D. Brown, who last fall relinquished his bohfingn in the Laurel track to Matt Winn and his associates, was ■ visitor at Ihe track this afternoon. Peter Clark has been at the track since the o|*eu-ing of the meeting in the interest of the Denver Fair and Racing Association, distributing stake blanks among the horsemen today. He is optimistic over the raantng season in the far west and confidently expects the shipment there of some good horses. The track at Havre de lirace this morning was muddy and the horses were forced to work around the "dogs" when the following work-outs took place: Rolala- Three-quarters in 1:22. Brave Cunarder —Three-eighths In r!9. Cherry Seed -Three eighths in .:t». Chilton Queen — Three-quarters in 1:23. Executor Three quarters in 1:22. 1 nil llebu -Hglf mile in 82%. Fathom— Five-eighths in 1:0. 7-,. Fohlerol- Half mile in 34. Frank Hudaon Threo-Ojoartera in 1:25.. General Villa— Half mil,, iu 54%. Jim Sax age Half mile in SO, Mir.iniichi Three quarters iu 1:25. Polly II. Halt" mile in 55. Sir Rlaise -Half mile In 53. Spring Board — Half mile in 50. Tav Pay Three-quarters In 1:24%.