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HERMIS WINS SUBURBAN, THE PICKET RAN SECOND
Handicap at Sheepshead One of the Best Races on That Track. WINNER HAD EASY TIME FROM START TO FINISH There Were Seven Horses in the Contest, but Hermis' Jockey Never Applied the Whip. The Picket Got Second Place. How the Race Was Run. Today's Entries at Sheepshead Bay.
The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Jun 17, 1904
Start Page:9
Pages:1
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Hermis, owned by Edward R. Thomas, easily won the Suburban handicap at Sheepshead Bay today. The son of Hermence was on his toes when the barrier snapped. He crossed in front of six competitors from the

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