Six Horses Fall On A Turn.: Tanana Is Destroyed, But The Other Five Escape Injury.; No Fatalities Among the Jockeys--Otherwise Good Racing at Oakland--Bullmans Win with Creston Is Cheered., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-06


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SIX HORSES FALL ON A TURN. TANANA IS DESTROYED. BUT THE OTHER FIVE ESCAPE INJURY. No Fatalities Amonq the Jockeys — Otherwise Good Racinq at Oakland — Bullmans Win with Creston Is Cheered. Oakland Cal., April r . Six of ihe eleven horses that stalled in the fifth race today Tanana, Kim-dale. Calendar. Peligroso. Wieklow and Siivestro — fell wiih their rtapsetlvt Joekeya- C. Williams, W. Iis.her. Buxton, Graham, Kirachbaum ami A. Walsh on the upper turn during the running anil with one exception Tanana, which had to be destroyed inirai ulously escaped death or strums injury. It was a horrifying spectacle and for an interminable period tiie spectators were kept in suspense as to the extent and nninebr of casualties owing to the dense- cloud of dust that arose and. obscured the scene. Tanana was Ihe first to fall. C. Williams was badly shaken up. his nose being broken ami his, back bruised from being struck kg Hying hoofs. Flecker, on Bkmdnke, escaped unhurt and rode in the next race. Kuxton picked himself up and trolled oil" quickly. Graham was slightly stunned Kirschbaum. trailing far in the rear, had plenty of time to change his course, but lie had his eyes shut. He escaped unhurt. A. Walsh, a furlong: behind the others with Siivestro, had time to stop for water, but he did not see where he was going: and ran apea the prostrate horses and riders. He emerged from the mix-up with only the left and arm sprained. Creston. a recent arrival, displayed superior form in the first. John Hullinaii rode the I»c Annan colt to victory in quite his old-time skilful fashion ami ataa liberally ap-pl.u..ed .y the si-Ctators. A. Hrown. the crack "native son" Jockey, put up a superior finish on Lisaro in the feature race, the handicap, fourth ou the card. The weather was balmy, lull lowering clouds indicated an early precipitation. A great crowd of pi.i.mi devotees of the sport was on hand. The racing was good and in the main satisfactory from a speculative of view. Thomas II. Williams will learr on mxl Wednesday on a business trip to Chicago and New TOTtb The following horses owned by the California Jockey Club president will lie sent east to race after the close of the local meeting; Firestone, Walter Miller, Creation and BaaJta. M. Clancy, foreman for T. A. Davies. lias beam suspended for thirty days for scrapping with jockey Holds valet. K. H. Harris is domiciled at Kmery-villc witli Woodthorpe, Irish Mail, Spartan and Lotta Gladstone K. .1. Baldwin and Harry McCarthy were visitors al tiie racetrack today. The Santa Anita breeder had a Ion- conference with President Williams regarding the racing situation at Los Angeles for nexl winter. liie program for tomorrow afternoon is one that i~ Ukel] to draw out a tine a I tendance, and With such good racers as Lociaa, Christine A.. Pal: Vimcntio. Ink. Iiitlamniablc: Braggart, Adena, Bona: Edwin Gum, BapM Water, Bahp; St. Fiaaiia, Sir Brillar, Bntre Nous: Btoady. Mabel Hollander and Bedford likely to be among the slarters, Ihe rkattjarg should be amply rewarded far their prmaea. H. Forsland.

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