Montgomery The Victor.: Wins Rich Crescent City Derby After A Gallant Struggle.; Mollie Montrose Lowers a Track Record--S. Evans Is Fined--Jack Martins Suspension Expires., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-24


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MONTGOMERY THE VICTOR. WINS RICH CRESCENT CITY DERBY AFTER A CALLANT STRUGGLE. Mollie Montrose Lowers a Track Record — S. Evans Is Fined — Jack Martins Suspension Expires. Now Orleans. La., March 1?,. — Montgomery, the lit -Hint colt by Pessara — Montgomery Deeper, hrid in Kentucky, trained in Tennessee, owned by Oliinn .V I . .1 - I ti - and ridden l.y oeke7 Shilling, won tlie tei.tii running of the Cntiml City Pcrhy at the liii fllOBBdl this afternoon. It was one of the most exrltlag lines ivif Md liere, though it was not wilbont some rough riding, and from the time the nine contestants turned into the homestretch tlie nowil cheering, breaking into erics for tlie favorite as be got his bead in front just at the beginning of tlie last sixteenth, and ending in one treat roar of united happiness as Monl geasety, gamely responding to punishment, finished a length in front of TeaMM to. he a nose in flout of Cnrgaii tua. With the tired ankee Girl a neck further back Bad Sir Todilinglon. erstwhile leader, in sixth po BltBB a bead behind link Star and a neck in front of Tileing. Morales and Halliard brought up the lear. but they were not so far away after all. for there was less than a dozen lengths bel vvecii_ the nose of the winner and the tail of the last horse. Rut the chart tells the story of the race mo e plainly than can be typed here. The winners per tion was 87.8ZS and Fred Forsylhe was a happy loan Me was happy liecause he hail Won and he cause he had declined the otters made by K. I*. Thaawa and others tor his ealt He still has Mont gomery and mole than hill as much as would have been paid lor him hail he sold. lids was the last day of the Crescent City Jockcv Clubs meeting. The New Louisiana Jockey Clubs ling of si days will liegin Monday and net Saturday will mark the closing of the season at the old track. following there will be two weeks at City Park and thea the end for this winter iu New M leans. George Holle was again in evidence with his two apeed marvels, the aabeatea two year old Mollie Montrose and the three fear old Colloip.y. Mollie Molillosc geared her eighth victory ;.nd dipped one lift h ot a second oft the track record for a half mile, running in 47?. She simply satclaaerd the others, went to the Croat in Hie Inst half dozen strides, led all the way :nid won easily. She car ried US pounds and was giving from l!l to J4 pounds to every thing ill the race. She is a wonder. »CeUeejay likewise a/oa easily. Ber lit was withla one tilth oi .i second Ot the track .record for live and a half lurl.ics. This was olloqiiys seventh victory this year. In her two other stalls she was : 1 1 ond. After Gamester won the fourth race he was boosted and sold to S. Kvans. The latter w:is nnalde to make a scttlemcul and the horse wis sold again in the paddock and knockiil down to bis owner. I.vnns was lined |3M and suspended from all privileges for six months. The aaapeaasaa aga1— t Jockey .lack Martin expired] today and Martin will !»■ area iu the saddle Monday . He will ride Belle Sir.. inc. .Indge Clarence McDowell and paddock judge .1. L. Hall left for Helming tonight. Halls place will be Hied by W. W. Lyles. who :nis as pad dock judge at City Park. I i .ink Riyau will come In. m Hoi Springs lo be presiding judge nci week. I red Hurlevv and frank ONeill left lor New Iark tonight. Their stable will be ■hipped to Grareseod Ma inlay. Jockey Jimmy lb nnessy left Willi his employ ers. Jockey Mountain left for Penning tonight. He will ride as a flee lance iu the east this season. Be fore leaving Mountain agreed to ride Glorilicr for J. H. McCoi niick in tin- Carter Handicap at Aipieduct. A fairly good program is offered for M lay after noon and with Chaniblel. Paragon, Margaret M.: Rebel yiicen, i.ady Caroline li.. Dethorpe; No Qatar- teivvCutter, Husled. Iniei -geiicy. Charlie Fastman. Fantastic; Sir Mim-cineal. Toy Boy. Caplain Taylor; Agra, Solly M.. Golden Wave: James Reddick. Sincerity Helle and Perrontere among the entries, the spectators should Bad tlie ruing entertaining. T. K. I.ymh. !

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