Sport: Sande

Earle Sande, who has been called, with some justice, the greatest of living jockeys, rode in front of the stands at the opening of the Jamaica Track. Metropolitan racegoers, who beheld him then for the first time since the August day when he crumpled, limp as a leveret, from his mount at Saratoga, rose shouting to welcome him. Amid wilder shouting, he rode J. S. Ward's Worthmore, pulled him over the line to win by the width of a lead pencil from H. P. Whitney's Noah in the famed Paumonok Handicap.


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