L. Wilson is Ruled off at Okland: Pulls Mary B. Clark in the First Race-Sale of Burns and Waterhouse Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-20


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L. WILSON IS RULED OFF AT OAKLAND. Pulls Mary B. Glark In the First Race Sale of Burns , Waterhouse Horses. Oakland, Cal., June 19. Jockey L. Wilson was wiled wit the turr here today for pulling Mary 15. C lark, the receding favorite In the first race. The spectators, impressed Willi what the jockev was uoing, showed their disapproval by hoots and his-K,VS; U was rawest an,i plainest exhibition of dishonesty ever Seen on the local track. Mischief, the Winner, was the medium of a tremendous kill-aiig. Aside from the opening fiasco the racing was form tul and profitable to the betting public. Joe V.oyiies achievement in the handicap at a mile mil a sixteenth lnirdered on the sensational. The lacific coast record for Uio distance was lowered to 1 :45. The Burns t Waterhouse yearlings and two-year-olds brought pood prices todav. The twentv-tax bead sold for 2.2-15, an average of 71 per Ii?a.V ,Thoms II. Williams was the principal individual buyer, the pick of the lot being knocked o?"V ,li,n- Mr- Williams paid the highest price, J.1.WM each, for the brother and two half-brothers to Maxnic. Creation and Alsono respectively. Barney Sehroibcr will leave here Sunday or Monday for St. Louis and will spend several davs at ins oodIands Farm near Bridgeton, Mo., before proceeding to New York.

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