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J in n s i- in n IS e, d r- ie is P. ?. e- r- d ie ie i- g ly it m k •d ,s e_ r. up lp d. , SMALL FIELD FOR DWYER R _ Only Six Probable Starters in Aque- ™" ducts Saturday Feature, With _. Omaha Outstanding, NEW YORK, N. Y., June 27.— Present in- n. t j dications are that not more than six eligibles es j ] for the Dwyer Stakes will go to the post for or the week-end feature of the Queens County ty I Jockey Club at Aqueduct. Of these, William m | : Woodwards Omaha easily stands at the top. _ j I . He has incurred penalties that fix his weight h ; : at the scale, 126 pounds, while, with the ex-te ;x_ ception of Good Gamble, winner of the ne Acorn Stakes for A. G. Vanderbilt, each Qf of the other starters will be in receipt of ten en ; pounds from the triple-crown winner. The en" filly will enjoy an allowance of seven pounds, taking up 114. Others besides Good Gamble which are ex-ia !X- pected to start in the Dwyer, which is a a | gallop of a mile and a furlong, are Cold ld i Shoulder, a stablemate of Good Gamble; Sil-ti- il- I versmith, which races for Joseph E. Wide- Ie- I ner, the Greentree Stables Cheshire and nd Buckley M. Byers Thorson. Each of these been training nicely for the engagement nt Nhas and, while not a one of them has shown vn anything like the form approaching that of of j Mr. Woodwards colt, they should make it ; interesting for him under the weight allow-— w- ! ance. | Since his disappointing race in the Brook-ly lyn Handicap, Omaha has been going along ng I well in his preparation for the Dwyer, and nd Fitzsimmons is confident that he will give ; a good account of himself, which means he is confident of victory for the son of Gallant nt Fox. Cheshire has won both races in which he has been started at the meeting and Silver-. er- smith has not only raced well, but has as worked well for the engagement. With both th of these it will be stepping up considerably ly over anything that has been shown in pub- lb- lie, but both are fit and ready.