Unusual Incident At Oakland., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-16


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UNUSUAL INCIDENT AT OAKLAND San Francisco Cal January 15 Starter Dwyor overlooked Phil Mohr when he was in front of the barrier in the first race at Oakland today and as a result the rate was rerun When the field was at the post Phil Mohr broke away and ran about a furlong The others lined up while he was return ¬ ing and Dwyer overlooking the Schrelber gelding sent them away When Martin saw the others starting he wheeled his mount and started for the finish romping home in front of Old Mexico and Xinkand The boys did not dismount and the judges ordered the horses back to the post Martin succeeded in beating the gate with Phil Mohr but he tired when the stretcii was reached and suc ¬ cumbed to Old Mexico Zinkand was again third Lady Elizabeth the favorite in the original betting failed to show her usual speed Phil Mohr was an evenmoney favorite in the second betting The unusual Incident occasioned considerable excitement and it was recalled that in a race run in the fog at the old Bay District track a horse led his company home under similar conditions conditionsThe The track was heavy and although the sun shone during the greater part of the time there were light showers showersThe The Lissak Handicap the feature of the card resulted in a victory for Bubbling Water the favor ¬ ite over Fort Johnson The Mackenzie representa ¬ tive was best but Taplln got him cut off and pock ¬ eted after lie had dwelt at the start Arasee also dwelt and his rider used him excessively in making up groundAfter ground After six consecutive victories Rossi a re finally met defeat in the last race raceThe The judges suspended E Martin for a week and fined L A Jackson 25 for rough riding in the first race The boys were oil Phil Mohr and Old Mexico and engaged in a whip duel duelA A Thomas who rode two winners was suspended for three days by starter Dwyer for misbehavior at the i ost in the second secondThe The stewards have restored J P Sullivan of Los Angeles and the horses Cool and Roy T to good standing It was found that stimulants had been administered to the horses Sullivan who Is an orange grower was not here and lie proved to be the sole owner He has placed his horses in the hands of E C Blum taking them away from their former trainer trainerII II G Bedwell traded Tony Faust to O A Bianchi for Gilbert Rose and a cash consideration before leaving for Juarez JuarezW W C Scott has bought Cuernavaca CuernavacaBanonica Banonica winner of the last race of yesterdays program raced in Honolulu last summer being the star of the meeting given at Hilo In two days she won five races at varying distances between threa furlongs and a mile and a quarter quarterTrainer Trainer Maxwell has only seven of the thirteen yearlings brought down for him to train from Oak wood Stock Farm Four have been sent back to the ranch for further development and the others have been sold F Wallhauser bought the filly by Sau tello out of Zelvedes and the Salt Lake Stable got the sister to Directello by Sautello out of Directa

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