Peculiar Incident in Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-15


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PECULIAR INCIDENT IN RACING. A peculiar incident of racing is uncovered by an official notice in the current Racing Calendar, the otlicial organ of the Jockey Club. It shows that Tony Astes Long Point ran four races, two at Sheepshead Bay and two at Brighton Beach, as Silver Ball. The error was only discovered by the notice sent to the Jockey Club by Astc. The notice printed in the Calendar with the addition of Daily Racing Forms chart numbers, is as follows: "Owing to an, error in identifying the two horses, the chestnut filly, Long Point, by Jack Point . Froken, started in the following races: G0024, at Sheepshead Bay, June 21; 097.":! at Sheepshead Bay, June 25; 70134 at Brighton Beach, July 10; 70220 i at Brighton Beach, July 22, instead of the chestnut . filly, Silver Ball, by Jack Point Silver Bell."

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