Charleston Wants Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-17


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CHARLESTON WANTS RACING. New York, July 10. Another effort will be made to revive racing at Charleston, S. C, whicli in the ante-lcllum days was one of the chief racing centers of the country. John Marshall, of Charleston, s in New York at present in the interest of tlie new venture. Mr. Marshall claim3 that the best element in Charlestons social and business life is hack of the movement. It is desired to have racing under the rules and regulations of the Jockey Club. In fact, to have the Jockey Club recognize the meeting and give what aid and lend whatever influence it can to the support of racing there. Mr. Marshall wili lay the plans of the new organization before the stewards and ask their approval and sanction for the meeting. It is proposed as a winter track quite naturally, and it is hoped to give a meeting nest winter.

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