Starter Murray Under the Ban: Barred at Hamilton Because of His Work at Jamestown, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-25


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STARTER MURRAY UNDER THE BAN. Barred at Hamilton Because of His Work at Jamestown. Hamilton. Out.. September 24. Either A. B. Dade or Dick Dwyer will start the horses here. William Murray, the regular official, has been starting at Jamestown, Va. He is conseiiuently under the ban of the Jockey Club and the Ontario Jockey Club respects its rulings and has barred Murray. Either Dade or Dwyer will be here lu tiriie to officiate tomorrow. The fields are limited to sixteen horses. The meeting of ten days will open under the most favorable auspices. The forecasts are for fine weather and with the track in its present condition, is a guarantee that large fields will go to the post in the different events. There are seven races on the program the feature of which Is a mile and a furlong handicap with un added value of 00. There aie about 500 horses on the ground, a majority of which came here from Fort Erie and .Montreal. Many of the stables which took part in the Toronto meeting could not be accommodated with stable room here and they shipped either to Windsor or New York. W. O. Joplin and Green B. Morris sent their strings to Latonia. L. A. Bousack and T. 0. Webber went to New York, Tom Wilson shipped the stable of jumpers, and hunters, owned by A. Henry Hlggln-son, back to Boston, J. H. Seagrams entire stable was sent back to New York in charge of Barry Little-field and with the lot returned jockeys MeDauIel. R. Watts and A. Kelly. W. lLMpsbyT Went to New York wlthbls staljle and jockey McCarthy accompanied him. J. A. Sykes returned to New York with King of the Valley and the latter will be meed through the Held from nuw oil. The stables of the two Canadian owners, J. Dynuht and J. J. Walsh and the two horses Tongorder and Simon D. also went east. Amos Turney sent the two-year-old Clell Turney to New York in the same ear with the horses of Dyhient and Walsh. George Pierce went to Windsor with his three junipers, Bank Holiday, Judge Nolan and Russell "A. Jockey V. Powers went to Lutohia to join the stable o"f his employer L. A. Cella there. ..William Walker shipped his entire string from Toronto direct to Oakland. California. J. W. Colts stable of jumpers went to New York and with them jockeys Rod-rock and C. Chandler; Jockey Joe Kelly left for California. Judge Joseph Burke is due here from New York in the morning. Many improvements have been made on the plant since last spring and .the erection of a new judges stand adds greatly to the appearance of the place.

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