Continues To Win Stakes: Consistent Charlie Eastman Scores For New Owner At First Asking.; Reliable Sprinter Adds to Lengthy List of Moncreif Park Stake Successes by Carrying 124 Pounds to Victory in Live Oak Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-20


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CONTINUES TO WIN STAKES CONSISTENT CHARLIE EASTMAN SCORES FOR NEW OWNER AT FIRST ASKING Reliable Sprinter Adds to Lengthy List of Moncreif MoncreifPark Park Stake Successes by Carrying 124 Founds Foundsto to Victory in Live Oak Handicap Jacksonville Fla February 19 Charlie Eastman the fast and consistent Ilimyar sprinter that II L Shaw rare up and took from J W Schorr afew days ago added another to the long list of stake victories that lie has scored at Moncreif Park this winter by winning the Live Oak Handicap the fea ¬ ture of the program offered here today Charlie East ¬ man picked up 124 pounds made all of his own pact and won in a canter by four lengths The races were run over a heavy track today but the public liid a good line wi the mud runners and tho ring felt it when three favorites and two wellbacked second choices won Jockey Powers rode the win ¬ ners of tlie second and third races while Butwell piloted tle winners of the last three threeButwell Butwell leaves for New Vork in the morning Members of the halter brigade were busy during the afternoon three of thu winners being run up After Barnsdale won the second race Herman Brandt ran him up iCO over his entered price of iHH but the owner protected and bought the horse in After Dixie Knight won the third race a large crowd gathered in the paddock and bidding was brisk on the son of Ormicant Evergreen Albert Simons J Jones II It Itrandt and E Rathman each took a crack at this good threeyearold and he was carried from 1000 to 2r 00 at which figure his owner P T Cliinn bought him in This coit is considered one of the best threeyearolds racing here and It is understood that Mr Chimi refused tin otter of 4000 for him a few weeks back In the closing race Mr Cliinn took a hand at boosting him ¬ self and raised Obcron 0 over ills entered price of ifOU but he too was protected and bought ii by his owner ownerAfter After Dixie Knight was boosted In his race there was a scurry for the secretarys office and tlrreu claims were put in for the mare Fulfill F C Pipers claim was thrown out because he deposited a check instead of cash In the draw between J W Schorr and P T Cliinn the former was lucky and secured the filly fillyIn In lieu of the professional valet for jockeys re ¬ cently barred by the Florida Live Stock and Agri ¬ cultural State Fair Association the association now employs fifteen lads to look out for the wants of tin riders and to carry their equipment to the pad dock from the jockeys room These lads Ixjfore they were employed were passed upon by Captain Diihane who is in charge of the Pinkerton service at tin track These lads arc paid 15 a week and each Is expected to attend to the wants of three riders The latter are taxed by the association for this service 50 cents for a losing mount and 1 for a winning mount This is just half the fees they formerly paid to the men they employed themselves Since the adoption of the new scheme matters have run smoothly in the jockeys room No valet at ¬ tends the same riders every day The fifteen lads shake a bottle and the oie that draws No 1 looks after No 1 in every race and the one that draws No 2 looks after the boy that rides No 2 in every race and so on down the line Under the new rule abolishing jockey agents the only i ersons now al ¬ lowed to make engagements for a rider are his em ¬ ployer or tlie trainer of his employer or an official who has been appointed by the association to look after tin matter M J Dolan was the man selected by the club for this position He has a desk in the riMin where the owners congregate to make their entries and over his desk there is a list of all the riders on the ground giving their weight and the nmncs of their employers If an employer does not wisli to bo bothered witli making the engagements of his boy h may deputize Dolan to do it for him All jockeys who ride free lance must make their wn engagements personally or have the clubs rep ¬ resentative act fur them themTuesday Tuesday and Saturday will be stake days at Mon ¬ creif Park the coming week On Tuesday Wash ¬ ingtons Birthday the Washington Handicap will lie run This is a stake for threeyearolds and up ¬ ward of a guaranteed value of 1 00 at a mile and an eighth Amoii the prominent eligiblcs are Hill Top Taboo Vox Pojiuli Piute Great Heavens Jack NiMinally Old Honesty Hycbright Pocomoke Green Seal Captain Swanson and Voolwinder Saturdays stake will be the Ponce do Leon Handicap a mile ilash for threeyearolds carrying a guaranteed value f 100 The likliest of its list of eligible are Fulfill Lothario Dixie Knight Grandissimo Ten Paces Adalia Harvey I Anavri Pnlka Sou Cross ¬ over Cindy Fauntleroy Captain Swanson Autumn Girl Alfred the Great Starovcr Sager Indian Maid Abrasion Polls Carroll and Miss Sly SlyTlie Tlie horses of Sam Louis which Charles Wilson lias been racing at Juarez will be shipned here hereForty Forty Four ran in the name of J F Schorr who punbased the colt this morning of C I Kay for 51500 51500C C C Powers who contemplates disposing of all allIlls Ills horses preparatory to going to France sold the theaged aged yesterdayLee gelding Harry Scott to Sam Louis yesterday Lee Swatts a wellknown member of the Mets Metswas was a visitor at Moncreif this afternoon 1 G Greener of Nashville Teiin is a recent arrival from the north Mr Greener has an Ornus twoyearold that J P Mayberry will train trainTMkey TMkey Goldstein who is still in town his given up taking mounts at the meeting and will leave within a short time for Baltimore to report to Cap ¬ tain Presgrave trainer of the Clyde stable stableThe The Southern Jockey Club has commenced to locate the stallions taken by them out of breeders raids Throckmorton Kenneth It and Mizraim have all been placed within a hundred miles of Jackson ¬ ville Others will be sent out next week

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