Sport: Hambletonian

Greyhound got away fast at the rail. Suddenly the field, which had passed the starter well bunched and trotting smoothly, scattered in complete confusion. Pedro Tipton and Tilly Tonka broke first, and then, on the first turn, Lawrence Hanover. As the horses trotted into the first leg of the V-shaped backstretch, the crowd groaned because Warwell Worthy had opened up a gap of 15 lengths. Although Greyhound was almost the same distance ahead of the rest, it looked as if the shortest priced Hambletonian favorite in years was now doomed to lose the...

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