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RICH STAKES AT AQUEDUCT. OLD ROSEBUD CONTINUES HIS TRIUMPHANT CAREER IN THE CARTER HANDICAP. Rosie OGrady an Easy Victress -in tho Valuable Clover Stakes Closo Finish Between Garbage, Bayberry Candle and Ticket. New York, .Tnly 4. Old Rosebud," winner of the Queens County Handicap, came back with another smashing performance in scoring a driving victory in the Carter Handicap at seven-eighths, which featured the week-end sport at the Aqueduct course today. The son of Uncle raced to his best form, taking the lead at the rise of the barrier and out-fooling his opponents for every foot of the race. Right at the end his 130 pounds impost was beginning to tell and lie was under a hard drive, although bis margin of victory was a clear one. Bromo. which showed a flash of his old-time form in winning a sprint race at this track, displayed another excellent performance in taking second place after being close to the winner for the full route. Then came The Finn, closing with a mighty rush through the stretch and greatly aided by an intelligent ride at the hands of Jockey Butwell. The Carter Handicap was established in 1S95, and the list of its winners include many high-class horses. Its history since 1905 is here presented: Year. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1904 Beldame 3 103 F. ONeill .,710 1:27 1905 Ormdes Right 4 110 W. Davis.. 7,140 1:20 1901 Roseben 5 129 Lync 7.S50 1:21! 1907 Glorifier 5 110 Mountain .. 7,850 1:28 1903 .Tack Atkin .. 4 122 Musgrave . 0,850 1:27 1910 Gretna Green. i 105 G. Burns .. 1,925 1:27 1914 Roamer 3 109 M. Buxton. 1,925 1:24 1915 Phosphor .... 3 110 .T. Loftus .. 1,925 1:30 1910 Trial by Jury. 4 121 E. Campbell 1,925 1:25 1917 Old Rosebud.. 0 130 A. Schungr 2,825 1:25 Not run in 1909 and 1913. No racing in 1911 and 1912. The placing of the judges in the fifth race, when they hung out the number of Capt. E. B. Cassatts Garbage, .causedjnueh adverse epinment, iu the stand. Thlsgelding. after making all the running, tired badly iu the final eighth and from the stand it appeared that Bayberry Candle got up in time to win. Ticket, the public choice, was only beaten by a slight margin for second place. Clinches Title of Best Filly in East. Rosie OGrady clinched her title to the juvenile filly championship of the east when she registered sm easy victory in the Clover Stakes, the two-year-old feature, which divided interest with the Carter Handicap on todays program. This was the third victory out of four starts for the Whitney filly. Owing to a deatli in the family, it was the colors of L. S. Thompson she bore to triumph in the Clover. Her only defeat was occasioned by her actions at the post, which caused her to be left in her last start. Today, while she displayed some uneasiness at the webbing, she began in the first flight and. dashing to the front at the elbow, drew away and won hard held. Mv Ij. Schwartz Enfilade, running in her usual consistent fashion, was the one to take second place by open lengths from Mrs. Trubbel, a stable-mate of Rosie OGrady. J. W. May will ship the M. Ij. Schwartz racers to Saratoga Springs Immediately following the close of the meeting at this track. James Butler lias released jockey OBrien and for the present this boy will ride as a free lance. Jockey Davies, who is also under contract to the Butler establishment, is convalescing rapidly following a recent Operation for appendicitis. It is expected this good rider will be back in the saddle for the Saratoga meeting. The Grant Hugh Browne racers, twelve in number, which have been campaigning in Canada, arrived from Montreal today. Col. W. E. Applegate was an arrival from Latonia today, while Henry Hendricks, ring manager at the New Orleans and Oaklawn tracks, came on from Canada.