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OGARITES THIRD STRAIGHT Granite Filly Continues Her Winning Streak at Kenilworth. - Mallowmot Adds Another Victory to His Score Perfect Weather, but Crowd Is Small. WINDSOR, Ont, October 3. Cyrus Field Clarks Granite filly Ogarite is surely some repeater and appears to have developed the winning habit In her third successive appearance in the first three days of the meeting here she scored her third successive victory, a rare happening in these days of horse racing. Ogarites victory today came with the running of the third race, a dash of three-quarters, for which she was made favorite. She was ridden by F. Wilson and in a driving finish beat American Eagle by a neck. This afternoon was a perfect one for outdoor sport, but despite this the attendance was none too large. It showed a decided falling off from the first two days of the meeting and it looks a certainty that the Kenilworth Park Racing Association will quit a good loser on the fall meeting here. The program was a well-balanced one and interesting contests were in order, several of the finishes being quite close. Fitzrue came back with another good performance when he wore down Fair Lavana, the pacemaker, in the first race and in a hard drive won going away by a neck. Anita Hampton, which races for the Kenton Stable and which was making her first appearance since the winter meeting at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans, accounted for the second race. McTaggart, with his usual alertness at the barrier, got her away well and she was never headed. At the end she had to be hard ridden to stall off High Tea and Eau Gallie to beat the first named by a neck. Eau Gallie was beaten by a nose for second place and but for being shut off and pulled up soon after the start she would undoubtedly have won. Colando made a runaway affair of the fourth race and beat his opponents by a long margin. Mallowmot added another to the list of victories he has scored this fall when he won the fifth race. Martin A. Noonan started out to make a runaway affair of the sixth and led until well inside the final eighth, where Mcrrimac wore him down and in a driving finish beat him out. SOME BABY FOR TIJUANA. Arthur Brent has taken over the plater Some Baby, which races in the colors of E. J. Elward, and will ship direct from here to Tijuana at the conclusion of the Kenilworth meeting. William Walker has arranged to ship in the same car with Brent. H. J. Mclntyre, one of the moving spirits in the Hamilton Jockey Club, was a visitor this afternoon. Edward Seagram, accompanied by a party of friends, will motor from here to Cincinnati on Sunday. The Seagram horses will be shipped to Latonia probably on Saturday and will finish out the season on the Kentucky " tracks. Trainer Bringloe of the Seagram stable is anxious to place their promising apprentice Landryville with some owner who intends racing at one of the winter tracks. The lad within the past week has won with Flying Jacque and Ogarite and can ride at 95 pounds. W. Walker has purchased the contract that F. Schumaker held on the apprentice E. Stevens and will take the lad to California with him. First Ward came out of his last race quite sore and will be an absentee from the races for a few days. He will be shipped to Latonia in the car that the Seagram horses will leave on. H. G. Woods, whose horses were hung up here for several days on account of some custom house tangle, left this afternoon for Chicago. There are three, Fincastle, Last One and the Canadian bred Kama, the latter the property of Senor Frank Delbario of Cuba. Jerry Gorman is mourning the loss of a lucky bridle which was left in a car en route from the Blue Bonnets track. Eleven of the Gorman winners wore this bridle and since it went astray the Gorman racers have failed to enter the charmed circle.