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GOOD WEATUER. FAST TRACK ALL CONDITIONS FAVOR THE BIG CROWD AT THE LEXINGTON RACES. Bringhurst Defeats Arriet in the Feature Contest of the Day — Dimitri Wins at Short Odds — Sanryming Outstays Kinney. Lexington. Ky . May 2. Adair and Bakers veteran Briagburst scored iu the feature race, a sprint at three -qua rtt ra, ami won in a canter from the Bag -liak mare Arriel. Sparkler following. Bringhiirst. showed tin- most speed from the start, having left the post with a slight advantage, which he retained all the way. .wriots effort was a good one considering that Crump was caught napping at he post witli the result that the British mare was away far in the rear ami it cast her quite an effort to close up the big gap that enabled her to land in second place. Ideal weather and track conditions were present, his afternoon and it reatrabwtod materially towards the big attendance that witnessed the sport. The; i. trd was a fairly well balanced one. but the backers seemingly were unanimous in their selections, for most of lie- winners that hat! their approval wore at extremely short odds. This was pal III alalia noticeable iu the case of Dimitri, winner of the opening dash. Koran, winner iu a previous start, was made the choice iu the seeond race but he was batten easily by Fern llanilh-y and Iazza. The winner enjoyed an advantage at the start but jeopardiz -d it when iie stumbled, then recovered in fast style and practically held sway for the entire. race. Kinney First Victim of Claimers. T. p. Hayes*, Kinney was given slight preler-. wee aver Ba nay Ming iu the third race, but the bitter witn after a bald drive. Kinney beating Droll for set mid place. Kinney was the first victim of the dinners here by .1. B. Coodman. in conformity with he new rub- rtenliy paaaed by the Kentucky State Kaciltg Commission, becoming his owner, by lodging ,000 with the secretary before the race. Kinney was in for .001. C. Kowe. acting for Otto Stieft-1 bought Alert yesterday from II. Neusteter ami he horse rail in Howes interest his afternoon. T. C. McDowell has disposed of Harmony, the three -year -old bay filly by .lack Point Iiulerstuily to Graver Hughes, abuawaw, a two rear-oM bay gelding by The Manager Affable was sold to W. Perkins and W. V. Walsh, bought the bay filly by The Manager -Fleeting Fashion. The following washouts took place this morning over a fa- I track: Amazon Three-quarters iu 1:10%, Auriga Three-eighths in 3.V-.-,. l.isiliu- Half mile in ol. Beauty Spot Three-eighths in 374. Bedtime Stories — Three-eighths iu oo%. Bell Cow Three eighths in •*%. Black Coffee Three-eighths in 37:;i. Blue Iaradist — Half mile in ol. CMvatoC Five eighths in 1 :H . Don Thl ash — Half mile in ."it. Fair Orient— Mile in 1:4.1 r . Faux Col Mile in 1:44%. Fly Horn." -Mile in 1:40. Gl n Jones Mile in 140%. .1. Ri.fu- Three-quarters in 1:17%. Jack OT..wtl Seven-eighths in 145%. .lot- I. Half mile in 5if,. John Junil Three-quarters iu l:2:i%. John Jr.- Three-eighths in 40%. Keenly -Half mile in 4! . Latonia Mile in 1:48. Minister Toi Mile in 1:41%. Marklanil Three quarters iu 1:20. Mary Belle--Three eighths in 3S. Omar Khayyam -Mile in 1:43%. Othello Three -wuaihiia in 1:10%. Paramount Thiv c -quarters in 1:17%. Pit Jr. Threc-quarti rs in 1:21. Queen Errant Mile in 1:48. Subject -Five eighths in 1:08. William the Fourth Half mile in ol. Winnie ODay Three-quarters in 1:17£,.