Gilbert Get His [License]: Boy Recently Suspended Will [Be Allowed] To Resume Riding.; Jacksonville Officials Believe He Has Been [Sufficiently] Punished--Attendance Reflects Return of Propitious Weather Conditions., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-01


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GILBERT GETS HIS BOY RECENTLY SUSPENDED WIL LOWED TO RESUME RIDIN acksonville Officials Believe He Has Been ly Punished Attendance Reflects Retu Propitious Weather Conditions Jacksonville Fia December 31 With a re repleasant pleasant weather there came a big increase increaseattendance attendance at Moiicrclf Park this afternoon afternoonthere there was nothing In the way of class to thi thiiram iram the fields were evenly balanced keen co coignited ignited and a majority of the races were wt wtellbacked ellbacked horses three favorites and two he helayed layed second choices accounting for the t tlines lines McLaughlin saddled the winners in the thexo xo races which went respectively to Cunning Cunninganipalgner anipalgner Both of these horses were ridden riddenxkey xkey 1age The breeders purse was won by D I which boat Harold Junior by a length At tin1 request of Xat Bycr trainer for the R Jolph stable permission was given to jockey ButWii ButWiito to tomorroKPowers ride Patsy in the Xew Year Handicap tomorroK Powers will have the mount on Jack Parker anl anlNieol Nieol will be on Sir Cleges SnowHod Among todays arrivals were bookmakers W Snow Hod MeMahoi and Sam Bradley The first two were from Xew York while Mr Bradley came from San Francisco Others that got in from the east were wereCharlie Charlie Ballard Cad Irish Jack Cahill and Joe Hay 111 in inJixkoys Jixkoys Guy Burns and Bergon were suspended for a week by the starter for disobedience at the post A license was granted jockey Gilbert at a meeting of the Southern Jockey Club last night and the lad will be seen in the saddle tomorrow on Dell in the twoyearold rare Gilbert will be under the man ¬ agement of Dick Williams for the remainder of the meeting meetingA A Held of sixteen is named to start in the first twoyearold race o the year tomorrow The younger James McLaughlin entered his fathers Sidney Lucas wit but in doing so gave only the breeding and not tin name of the youngster and so he was thrown jut lld not tnliik Hir tle going would suit the horse Henry McCoulskey wants to see the horse run a 1 grfod rhco when he next starts and he wants condi ¬ tions to be favorable The Karl will probably go to the post some day next week

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