Newcomers Enliven Things At Tampa.: Colors of "Dick" Williams Carried to Victory--Jamestown Meeting to Open March 26., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-20


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NEWCOMERS ENLIVEN THINGS AT TAMPA Colors of Dick Williams Carried to Victory Jamestown Meeting to Open March 20 Tampa Fla February 19 Disagreeable weather accounted for a decreased attendance again today and marred the racing to a noticeable extent Mud runners held sway for the second time this season the track being covered with a layer of slush Tlie hurdle raw carded as a feature was unique and was run without mishap to any of the starters In taking the obstacles the horses slowed up almost to a walk Cl llowe distinguished himself by landing the wlnnr In the opening race and followed it up by riding Okenite to victory In the jumping race raceDick Dick Williams colors played a prominent part His newlypurchased Colonel Ashmeade favorite in the fifth race failed to overhaul Jack Dennerlen but amends were made in the succeeding race when Merry Gift a firsttime starter here came home in handy style after being backed heavily heavilyThat That onetime good racer Goldsmith was the medium of a betting coup in the fourth race and mtide good The poor showing of Irrlgator in this lace brought adverse criticism criticismThere There were numerous arrivals today from Jack ¬ sonville and they helped to enliven prqceedings con ¬ siderably during the afternoon afternoonThe The remaining horses of James MCLaughlin Jrs string will be shipped here from Jacksonville to ¬ morrow morrowMiss Miss Elliott was sold after her victory of yester ¬ day to S Holstcin HolstcinJockey Jockey Glasnor will resume riding Monday having fully recovered from tlie effects of hi recent fall fallJockey Jockey Adams was suspended for four days for disolwdlonctt at tlie post in the closing race raceEdward Edward Corrigan returned today from Lexington Ky where he went to attend to business matters mattersAdvices Advices from Norfolk Va are to the effect that the promoters are shaping matters for the proposed meeting at Jamestown which begins March 2ii and continues to April 9

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