Arrow Stakes To Osgood: Proves Good Mud Runner in Beating Added Starter Startling.; Pickwick, Heavily Supported, Again Fails His Admirers--Track Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-23


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ARROW STAKES TO OSGOOD Proves Good Mud Runner in Beat ¬ ing Added Starter Startling Pickwick Heavily Supported SupportedAgain Again Fails His Admirers Track Gossip NEW YORK N Y July 22 Todays feature the Arrow Selling Stakes resulted in five of the original seven being scratched R F Carman later added Startling which was carrying top weight of 126 pounds Osgood however proved easily best winning in hollow fashion over Startling and House ¬ maid The race was worth 1450 net Osgood showed he is a real good mud runner and that his victory over a band of platers in the mud a few days ago was no mistake Also that he is capable of holding his own with a better class of horses than he has been meeting over a soft track trackFor For the second time within the past week Pick ¬ wick was installed an oddson favorite going down to defeat today as he did on his former start Re ¬ count being the one to take his measure today Pickwick was the recipient of heavy support at the short quotation but after leading for about three quarters he failed to withstand Recounts rush the latter winning easily Hauberk which looked fit going to the post failed tojBhpw any ot lna old tlme form r rWoodtrap Woodtrap under a good ride by L Fator ac ¬ counted for the fifth race which was a condition affair at one mile Fator reserved his mount when Matinee Idol made his dash and saving ground on the stretch turn came away at the finish to win in resolute fashion fashionSister Sister Helene easily prevailed in the opener finding no opposition worthy of the name Tho same thing applies to Resist winner of the second race the J W May filly leading all the way by a safe margin marginHomely Homely and Indiscretion both strongly supported put up a splendid performance in the closing dash the former winning in convincing style styleGRAND GRAND LOOKING FLORAL PARE COLT COLTFrank Frank J Grefer states that his twoyearold colt by Vnlcain Floral Park which is in the Futurity is a grand looker In All Mr Grefer has another of the produce of this good race mare As in addi ¬ tion to the above mentioned he has a yearling by Frizzle He also has a brother to Kewessa a year ¬ ling All three are at Harry Morrisseys farm in Kentucky KentuckyThe The stewards after investigating the Sun Briar race of last week have dismissed the case in which the ride Lof tus put up was the subject of official inquiry inquiryW W S Kilmers stable of horses including Sun Briar will be shipped to Saratoga next Thursday ThursdayRainstorms Rainstorms were so severe today that none but dyedinthewool racegoers ventured out outDream Dream of the Valley was reported as a star colt early in the spring What he will do on a fast track remains to be seen but though he won in the mud the race from a time standpoint was considerably slower than that of Shoal ShoalRomany Romany pulled up rather dickey after his race yesterday and may not be out again for a while whileFrogtown Frogtown may show far superior performances later in the year His initial victory in these parts was looked upon favorably by experts expertsThe The victory of Ticklish yesterday was a sad blow to the suspicious who believed the colt to be unfit and unlikely to win Form backers however were not deluded by such reports reportsLarry Larry Waterbury celebrated polo player and horseman has purchased Ticket from Andrew Mil ¬ ler and will probably educate him to race through the field nt the close of this season For the present Ticket will still be trained by JacktGolds horough horoughJockey Jockey C Kuinmer was set down for five days following his ride on Shoal in which that racer was disqualified disqualifiedFrank Frank J Grefcr owner of the former good racer Floral Park was an arrival today from New Orleans OrleansW W F Pat Knebelkamp and C C Smithson arrived from Kentucky and Joseph P Murphy known as Long Joe arrived from New Orleans

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