Frank Gill Wins Remsen: Jamaica Feature Proves No Task for Mginnis Collar Clot, Daily Racing Form, 1906-10-30


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FRANK GILL WINS REMSEN. JAMAICA FEATURE PROVES NO TASK FOR MGINNIS COLLAR COLT. Emperor of India Is Backed from 30 to 4 to 1 Cressina Scores a Brilliant Victory Optician Displays Unusual Speed. Now York, October 20. Wintry weather reduced todays attendance at Jamaica to the regulars. The feature, the Hempen Handicap, at five and a half furlongs for two-year-olds, was captured by Frank Gill in easy fashion. The vietory of Royal Breeze u the opening race was greeted with cheers. From his place in the stewards stand. P. J. Dwyer, the venerable owner of the colt, smilingly "acknowledged this unique and unusual personal tribute to him arf a turfmen. Opticians extraordinary display of speed in the sprint handicap excited wondering comment. A majority of the horsemen present attributed his sudden dazzling improvement to artificial stimulation. .Tack Joynors mare Cressina won a brilliant vietory in the last race and critics have assigned her a plaee at the top of the handicap division in present training. One of the biggest "killings" of the season was put through witli Emperor of India. Not a dollar was in evidence at the opening price of to 1 and Hie layers grew bold, steadily going up. The backing developed later nmtjnHej,,.niointAraS"b"aiked down from IVO to ! to -t-to -1 -at the- close. Cad Doggett, the clubhouse commissioner, retired today for the season. Doggett was formerly a jockey and a pronounced failure In that line. For the past eight years he has made a big book in the clubhouse enclosure, taking many sensational wagers and on more than one occasion has bet men like Gates, Drake, .Tohnson and the Raineys to a standstill. He is reputed to be worth 300,000.

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