Brewer Schorr's Turf Career., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-28


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BREWER SCHORRS CHIRRS TURF CAREER Brewer Schorrs Scorers second venture on the turf is energetic enough if not of great financial result I suppose that the Western turf owes him 10iOUO His last venture was as the Gam Guam ¬ brinus brines stable It gave Tom Kiley Kelley a fabulous price for Wightman Dwight and embraced that speedy villain Servitor Then he had JoUn Jon Garcia for a trainer and Bob Francis nearing overweight and his end as a jockey jockeyIf jockey If I should live and write for a century more the last race Servitor ran in the Gambrinus Gambians col cool ¬ ors would never get out of my eye I saw the horse win again for Barney Schreiber but the Gambrinus Gambians stables Washington Park race had its angles as the billiard players say I had for ¬ gotten all about Servitor last August when in St Louis on business IwonttoseeSchreibersnoble farm at Bridgeton Bridgetown half an honrs honors ride from the city of Wabash Id seen Balgowan Blown and thought of Kinzea Kline Stone the Hyde Park stakes of 1890 and the famous lawsuit that came out of it patted Innocence and Lemon Blossom fondled Pennyroyal the true and her shapely and pre ¬ cocious copious daughter by the great Morello Marcello and ox changed ideas on courage and truth with a weakness of my own gray and gallant Braw Scot On the end they led out a shapely bay horse He seemed familiar to me Still I couldnt couldn't place him Not one of the dozen natives said a word I walked around the horse There was a jagged scar on the left hip Why thats hats Servitor I said Sure an ¬ swered swerved the burly master of Woodlands Then I told them a story It Wound around that scar and ran this way Joe Murphy and I wont out to report the racing at Washington Park July 22 1592 That was before the day of western form sheets and we used to knock about and do the best we could for news A lot came out of the last race That horse Servitor then in the Gam Guam ¬ brinus brines stable was a hot favorite He opened at 7 to 10 and 4 to 5 and though heavily backed Schorr Scorer put about 11000 on him he went bade to even money Joe Burke and Clint Riley were in the stand and didnt didn't like the look of the bet ¬ ting There was a sharp play on Minnie Gee backed from 8 to 5 to 1 She was owned by the more or less sharp Cahns Cans of St Louis who had Linda too Burko Burke called and told mo about his dislike of the ring indications and asked mo if I would get Murphy and act with him as patrol judges I did it Murf Muff went to the post and I stood on the turn near the threequarter treasurer pole Thero Hero were only six in the lot but insane Lillian Lindsay and that one eyed California horror Pescador Escudo were among the six and it took Jimmy Sheridan thirty minutes nearly to got them away Servi Seri ¬ tor tore was in the last three and inside As he got to the fivefurlong riverfront starting stand George Miller on Kingstock Kingston bore in on him There was a sharp crash and going to the half Servitor was back in fifth place and trouble Francis rode him desperately and used catgut and steel to their limit The horse simply couldnt couldn't get up and Minnie Gee off in front won in almost what is termed a gallop The judges liked the result less than the betting It was the suspicious glint of one to the resultive regulative other They came near ruling Schorr Scorer and Garcia off though tickets wore showed and protests and explanations made While Servitor was taken to his stall Murf Muff and I were walk ¬ ing King fromlour frogmouth posts We got to the stand and reported that as far as we could see Servitor had been used to win every foot of the route Then the judicial idea was uncovered No de ¬ cision scission had been made Both of us had heard thp hp crash Have you examined the horse I asked They hadnt hadn't but would Servitor was brought back Blood was running in a slow stream from a deep cut on the left hiif if oSr oRs re ¬ port fitted with it a decision was made bets paid ours wasnt wasn't we bet on Servitpr Servitor and Schorr Scorer and Garcia relieved The next day we went over in a band to that five furlong starting box It was on the inner track split in two and on the split edges were some of those missing hairs Thats Hats how that horse earned that scar Then they led him back to the depth of straw and volume of hav have in his box stall

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