Renewed Activity At Tampa., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-03


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RENEWED ACTIVITY AT TAMPA Tampa Fla February 2 A different atmosphere pervaded the local track this afternoon The Jistiossness of the local regulars disappeared and ieat activity prevailed Tom Shaws forces arrived from Jacksonville headed by Gene Austin and proceeded in a businesslike manner to assume charge of the betting1 ring The prices offered during the afternoon were favorably commented npon and a liettor could get his money down During the after ¬ noon there were numerous requests by owners for stable room It is reported that at least fifty horses tind possibly more will arrive during the week The fact that iSliaw has taken over the ring and that plenty of money can be wagered has Inspired con ¬ fidence Then was genuine snap to the racing and close finishes came in most Instances Tin track showed Improvement and creditable time was recorded Ban ¬ nock Bob scored Jiis tenth success here when he landed the closing purse the most pretentious offer ¬ ing of the afternoon after a sensit ioual stretch lrlve to wear down Cloisteress Jockey Glasnpr hhidled the horse well Glasner in addition to scoring with Bannock Bob was responsible for Uncle lius victory over Lottie Darr and Lucttlliis in the lilrd raie A rousing ride enabled Inele Jim to win by a nose Tom Toohey was another winner tliat Glasner lande l lThe The ring was flooded with money for Hoyle in the JiflU race but lie failinl his backers Bosom Friend winning in a canter from Temper TemperTins Tins protest lodged against the claiming of KcKl Queen on the score of irregularity is still ponding pondingJockey Jockey D Murphy was lined 1 by the starter for Disobedience at the post postJames James Mclaughlin Jr is said to be preparing to ship his horses here from Jacksonville JacksonvilleCharles Charles Smith announced today that he would prob nblv give a thirtydays meeting at Havana this thisThe The following block men opera t til this afternoon and will be on for the remainder of the meeting Gene Austin John Moore William Davis John Grimes Stcrlin Evorhardt and Fred Homer Buck Burgess is looking after the finances Sixteen clerks Jrom Jacksonville made up the booking crews

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