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-7- favourite. Yorkmint ouiy cantered in frout, and quickly lost his place immediately racing pace became the order. Wood took a pull at Galatia below the bottom, and then came with a run and snuffed out Fortalioe veiy summarily on reaching the distance. This sort of form brings profit to none but the bookmakers. One of the earliest items of interest conoeming tha Cap croppod up in the confident manner in which Clwyd s supporters wagered all day yester- day. The horse was put about as a doubtful runner, but the market this morning quickly showed that Mr Calvert expected to win. This demand naturally opened out the prices tendered against Dinna Forget, but Labrador was steady as second favourite, and the Kingsclere oolt never looked fitter than to-day. First thoughts proved best in the Flying Welter, as The Don, who opened favourite but got displaced as the wagering developed, won rather easily. The degenerate High Treasurer refused to make the slightest effort when the pinch came. M. Cannon was able to ride The Don by putting up lib overweight. A big backer who snpports Wood and Cannon every mount seems to beat the bookmakers every day on his system. Bruyere filly bad run well enough in Mandorla's race on the previous afternoon to entitle her to first choice for the Jolliffe Stakes, and she beat all those whose form was known, but met a superior in the dark oolt Biscorniger, who comes from Tom Chaloner's stable. The winner is a good-looking chestnut, with bone and substance enough to suggest his being able to carry such a little thing as the Bruyere filly.