Rough On Track Patrons.: Police Withdraw From Brighton And Private Detectives Make Arrests.; Cairngorm Wins the Feature Race Through Good Riding by Dugan--Tattersalls Advise Against Shipping Yearlings to England for Sale., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-17


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ROUGH ON TRACK PATRONS POLICE WITHDRAW FROM BRIGHTON AND PRIVATE DETECTIVES MAKE ARRESTS Cairngorm Wins the Feature Raco Through Good GoodRiding Riding by Dugan Tattersalls Advise Against AgainstShipping Shipping Yearlings to England for Sale Now York July 1C The probable climax of the present antiracing crusade and wholesale arrests of l eaceable and lawabiding racegoers on metropoli ¬ tan raco tracks was readied at Brighton licach to ¬ day when a gang of acting district attorneys hired detectives from Langans private detective agency of New York invaded the enclosure and committed a series of peace disturbances by arresting men in ¬ discriminately unlawfully without warrants and in at least two instances using personal violence even to Hie extent of handcuffing and stripping their victims in public It was a case of rowdyism re ¬ placing Polite Commissioner Binghanis uniformed police who had been withdrawn by his orders The list of arrests included a protesting bystander named lack Fagin and an inoffensive racegoer Louis Fischer who was released after suflering the indig ¬ nity of being searched Joseph Ilerrick was threat ¬ ened with a blackjack and abused foully Charles Kesnell had his clothes torn off was searched and severely mishandled and linallv manacled Otto Mankel AV Ieardall II McGrath and 1 day concludes the batch of alleged violators of the auti betting law all from the socalled free Held Maiinio Manhcliner and Kid Black were the only arrests In Ihe main enclosure Iresident Fitzgerald suffer Ing from a severe attack of pleurisy was at home and in bed William Eugcman owner of the Brighton Beach track refused to be interviewed re ¬ garding the outrageous occurrences of the afternoon Ho vouchsafed no reply as to what steps lie would take to protect his property and his patrons from such unparalleled insults beyond saying that the whole matter was in the hands of bis legal ad ¬ visers visersSenator Senator P IT McCarren who was a visitor at the course for the first time since his return from the Denver convention expressed surprise at the in ¬ activity of the track management declaring tuat they should take immediate measures to secure a court Injunction to stop rowdyism at their track William Miller a prominent Brooklyn attorney after witnessing one of the arrests stepped up to several of Elders sleuths and asked what charge they had against the prisoners and if they hail warrants They said No Well you hare no right to ar ¬ rest these men without a warrant This is a case of terrorism pure and simple as wicked as It is stupid and I will defend every man of you free of charge partingJohn said the celebrated lawyer at parting John G Cavanagh denied today ever receiving a letter from Elder inviting Jiim to testify before the juryFavorites grand jury Favorites were not so fortunate today Koyal Cap ¬ tive which divided the honor with Mauviette in the opening race being the nearest approach to the suc ¬ cess of a public choice during the afternoon It was a fine card even if it did lack stake races and yielded very interesting and in several races thrill ¬ ing and spectacular sport The chief feature at 1 mile and an eighth was won in the last stride by Cairngorm Joyners old stake horse Dugan rode the winner with skill and vigor and the result was due solely to his brilliant horsemanship It is not too much to say that the Whitney jockey could have scored on any one of the first three horses at the finish Black Oak which is one of the most improved horses in training was the victim of ex ¬ cessive pacemaking while Bedouin which In his whole career had never met such moderate oppo sltlon was the victim of circumstances the chia contributing factor being a poor ride rideJames James It Keene expressed himself as being well pleased with the prices realized at the Tattersalls auction sale of his first consignment of twenty yearlings in London yesterday and will shortly ship the remainder of his output for disposal at the Eng ¬ lish fall sales reserving only about ten or a dozen for racing in this country countryThe The following is a communication received here from Tattersalls of interest to American breeders There is little chance of American yearlings sell ¬ ing well In this country except an extremely limited number belonging to people already well known in tbis country The market for English yearlings is not good In no case could we sell any yearlings from the United States of America until the New ¬ market October meetings and we do not advise any being senli over Tattersall TattersallPreston Preston Burch trainer of the Chelsea Stable of which The Wrestler Is a member was painfully hurt in an automobile accident last night and his wife seriously so The unfortunate accident prevented him from profiting as much as be had anticipated over the victory of the Orlando gelding today todayThomas Thomas II Williams today resold bis half inter ¬ est In the horse Montgomery to his part owner Sam Hlldreth Dr II E llowell retransferred the Jiorses stake engagements Mr Williams desired to have full control of the horse or nothing nothingBartender Bartender broke down badly in his race on Wed ¬ nesday nesdayGreen Green B Morris and a number of other horsemen are planning to take in the Texas circuit this com ¬ ing fall going by easy stages to California for the winter racing there thereSeveral Several of the Sheepshcad Bay fall fixtures will close on August Including the Twin City Handi ¬ cap The Twin City Handicap tills year will have a value of 30 0 It wan worth to the winner last fall nearly 11000

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