Quietus for Jockey Jack Martin: His Career at New Orleans for This Winter is Ended-City Park Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-14


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QUIETUS FOR JOCKEY JACK MARTIN. His Career at New Orleans for This Winter Is Ended — City Park Racing Now Orleans. I.a.. February 18. Jockey .Tack ; Mnnins sasptaslOB ha been extended. llie City Park otlicials yesterday told hiss ihat he could lake * I real far six racing days, but today the stewards of 1 the Oeaeeal City Jockey Ctutj anaoaaced that they bad coinpieied their tavestlaaitlou of the defeat of 1 Oily at the Fair Grounds, January 24. and lhat they had found Martta sadtefaatly at faalt to Jaatffy an order thai he be suspended f ir the remainder •f the local season. The City Park Jockey Club will respect the raliag. The raiHag was received I wiih geaeral approval. Martta, it is understood. will make no effcu t to have ihe ruling modified and I will leave for ihe cast in a tow days. What effect this suspension will have on bis future is hardly to be sarssioed. In the east he, has the reputation of beiag a "money rider" and .as a consequence has a ktrge following. However. he has not always eajayed the entire, eaaddeaee of the powers tiiat be. Dr. Slreell was much in vidcliee at City lark this afterniHin. He furiiisbed the winneis la she fourth and Sixth races iu Duel vs: of Monteliello and Toboggan. The latter Showed DSkS of those form somersaults for which he is locally famous, by beat ing B company oi fast horses, which included BBSOag ■ others sir TwddlBglisi sad ■saargeawy. there was another large crowd ptajeatt and good eontesis were seen. To Ire of the seven races there WCre driving finishes and in three Of tlieui small margins separated the first iwo. Nieol had two winning mounts Flvira .l. in the first ami .old-proof in the sevenlh race. C. F. Malione wired Judge Ticvelyan from Hot t Bpringa a few days ago reawestiag that Jockey J. I. I.ee be prevented from riding bete. Bfahauc claimed d lhat he has a contract on Lee and J.iat a copy of ,f it was tiled with the Jockey Club. When called on ,n by the judge, Lee denied iu positive terms that lt Malione held the papers Which he claimed, and ,1 offered to bring liLs mother here to refute the ,e • barges. Lee is under age and een tf Malume made le a contract with the bay it would mot hold good. . Tntil a copy of a contract which Mihone claims he ie has is forwarded to Judge Trevelyan lie will permit it the boy to accept mounts here. Matt J. Winn, acting for the Kentucky Breeding Bureau, has purchased of John Fay the stallion ,n M Tierney. The horse will be sent north in the ie firwt car leaving for Louisville. Mr. Wirm has in asked M. J. Daly for a price on Elliott and will 11 probably purchase him. John Hoggins, one of the old guard of American n trainers, who made a successful campaign in England, r. was a visitor at Cily lark this afternoon. ,. Another old-timer wiio was present was John Davis, s, of St. Louis, who years ago handled a string for r Colonel J. W. Hunt, of Missouri. . m . fc

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