Warning To Jockey MIntyre., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-06


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WARNING TO JOCKEY MINTYRE. ••Jockey Mclntyre lul not bring Hie best repiila lion ap fi New Orleans, ami be la not apt to ingratiate bimsell with eastern rasing folk by suck rides as lie pul up on Superstition io the two. year old seliing race Wednesday afternoon." says the Beaming correspondent of ihe Morning Telegraph. "Superstition was an edda-on favorite and the belling look a ipieer turn. Around post time Ihere was a jump in the price and layers who had pre rkmsiy fought shy of commissions were eager to sell the Ahline till.v. On public form Superstition should have been favorite and she should have won. She outran both Jubilee and GtaUCUS the other day. It may be that Mclniy res bungled handling of Super-til ion is -uscopl ible of explanation, but it was an ugly piece of work, lie was slow at the barrier and he had the filly all over the Irack. His work in this twoyearold race contrasted most unfavorably with his handling of Farmer Hill- Scullys Al-peiiniarehen in Ihe maiden affair for three year olds and over. Miller eoold not have ridden Alpen-marclieii with greater skill than Mclntyre showed. He was alert and enterprising at the barrier, he. picked the beat going and he kept on it. Such inconsistency will not do for a moment."

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