Sloppy Going At Oakland.: Raleigh P. D. Captures the Handicap in Impressive Style--Sink Spring and Billy Myer Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-01


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SLOPPY GOING AT OAKLAND Raleigh P D Captures the Handicap in Impressive Style Sink Spring and Billy Mycr Winners Sail Francisco Cal December 31 Sliowery weather was the order at Oakland today and the going Avas sloppy Several of the winners revelled ia the going and ran away from their opponents notably Pride of Llsmore and Billy Myer In the Elhiira Handicap at seven furlongs Baleigh P D again convinced turfmen that he is one of the best youngsters racing here lie scored an easy victory over Turret and Lady Klizalteth Daddy Gip the favorite showed his usual burst of sliced but failed to stay Sink Spring was plunged on in the third nice and was never beadeJ beadeJThe The last race proved a lively betting affair with Thistle Belle favorite The tilly did not get away UK well as usual and though she caught Gosiper II in the last furlong the effort told on her so much that she quit Gossiper II won from Grace G by a amirow margin Barnev Schrciber was at the track today having havingarrived arrived last night from Juarez where he sjient four Ldays fourLdays He is highly pleased with the racing plant there and its management and he is strongly of the theopinion opinion Mexicantrack that racing will be a success at the Mexican track trackK K Chicago OBrien was another arrival and wjll IJikoly be an extensive oixrator here I The liurxcK licorge March brought from Juarez for 71 Btdwcll include Xadzu Tony Faust Don Knriiiu Keep Moving K M Fry Bellwether TJujias CaHionn Jeuiette M Madman Brvcc Mnrse Abe and Kudaliun KudaliunThe The stewards are still making inquiry into Ara secs race of a few days ago Jockey Glass claims that lie wis instructed by trainer Amlv Blakelev to Iny two three lengths off the pace sis it was thought Silver Knight and Chester Kruni the light ¬ weights would set a merry clip The Imy told the officials he did not realize the pace was as slow as it was The wasThe twelve Iiorses that II Ci Bedwell shipped from Juarez arrived In r today in charge of George 31 ircli the foreman and some of them will soon be seen In action actionJockey Jockey Albert Walsh has had two offers to ride on the Xew York tracks next summer Walsh wha fame lieru three years ago with tins Applegate stable Is ambitious and has expectations of sume day rrach ing the top of the ladder He is a lad of good liubitH

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