More About Jockey Mbrides Trouble, Daily Racing Form, 1906-01-16


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MORE ABOUT JOCKEY MBRIDES TROUBLE. "Things look black for MeBride, but there may be a chance for Phillips in the future," says the San Francisco Chronicle of Thursday. "Phillips may or may not be guilty, but the one thing In his favor is that another jockey incurred judicial displeasure when riding Hulford and that the latter horse was trained by the same man that now trains Bell Keed. That is a straw in favor of Phillips. All sorts of sensational stories were being told yesterday. Half a dozen men were connected with MeBride, but a good deal was guesswork. "The real culprit is au eastern man who operated out here last season and was credited with making big wins when Gold Enamel and Clgarlighter did hot run to form. Here is a tip for the board of stewards: How much did MeBride pay M. D. Miller for his release and who furnished the money? A certain woman has benefited materially in several races in which MeBride rode. He gave her some low down information at different times, but she took several other people into her confidence, who shared in the good things."

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