New York, May 1(5 -The great eastern race - the Brooklyo Handicap - was run and won in the mud, the track being vory soft trom tha late rains. Twenty tliousand people s;iw Hohpipe come in fipgi In 2:11}4, .witli Lizzarone, aiiíi-to-1 chance, 3 length behind, and Sir Walter, one oí lue t'avorites, half a leuírth beluud LazKarone. The scart was a precty one, all even and on the run. it w.is a whippinir and sparring raes trom pose to wire. Assignee led to Uie half-mile, when ho dropped back into the bunch and Hornpipe tried to take the piaco, but sir W altor was a gruat horse at this stae of tha rare. and ha wouid nut be dunied, closely attended by Dr. Rica, Lier Sauta, Anita, Ramapo, and Hornpipe. G-ams itele bir Waker made the pace until well do vn ïhu home stretch. Theu tho heavy weights and equaliy heavy truck bugan ro teil a tale of üistress for the favorites, and tne light-weighttd youngsters began to overpower them. They were all at the whip The thorougal exoited throng oL men and wornen yelled frantically at thelr respective ohoices to come on and land the great race, but it w.u not to be a favorite'.s triumph. A fui'long from the finisfi Hamilton was seen coming with Hornpipe like a whirlwiad. Ou aud on ha came, specding by the jaded brutes in front &f him like a locomotive running wild. Hornpipe's rush was something that literally clove the tongues of the shouters tr thelr niouths. He won amid oppressive silence by a length from the thirty to-oue chance ljszzarone, who had the iuviilaable aid of the veteran Isaao Murphy. L:ipping Lazz:rone to the saddle girths was Siir Walter, who gainelj stood whip and spur lor moru than halt a mlle, anJ proved biui&elf "ihe gamest horse in the raee.