Durnell Owns Contract on Dugan: Schreiber Sells His Half Interest in the Lightweights Papers for ,000, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-13


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DURNELL OWNS CONTRACT ON DUGAN. Schrcibcr Sells His Half Interest In the Lightweights Papers for ,000. New York, July 12. On the eve of his departure for the west, Barney Schreiber sold his half interest in the riding contract on Eddie Dugan to C. E. Durnell for ,000. II. P. Whitney, James R. Keene and Andrew Miller were keen to get the Missouri turfmans call on the crack lightweight jockey, and it is said that some of them bid as high as 0,000. Durnell, who held the contract witli Mr. Schrcibcr, was givei the preference at a considerable sacrifice. Little Dugan, who Is the simon pure jockey find of the season, was first discovered by Barney Schreiber "when riding at Oakland last winter. Durnell saw him ride a winning race on Blagg one day and straightaway broached the subject of the boys purchase to Sclir.cibcr. The contract was acquired jointly by Schreiber and Durnell from. L. 0. Lee for about ,000.

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