Nealon No Longer Cripple: Suburban Winner Of 1907 Again In Excellent Condition.; Trainer John Powers Succeeds in Getting Him Back to the Races and He Wins at the First Asking., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-11


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N EALON SO LONGER CRIPPLE SUBURBAN WINNER OF 1907 AGAIN IN EX ¬ CELLENT CONDITION Trainer John Powers Succeeds in Getting Him Back Backto to the Races and He Wins at the theFirst First Asking Jacksonville Pla March 10 Nealon hero of tha Suburban Handicap of 11107 today made his reap ¬ pearance on the tnrf after an absence of almost two years and showed brilliant form in beating a band of fair sprinters in the third race at Moncreif Iark this aftornoon In his only start during 190S which was on July 0 ho was beaten off and shortly there ¬ after he went lame and was pronounced hopelessly broken down Trainer John Powers persevered with the son of Sain after lie had been repurchased by Barney Schreiber his breeder from S C Hildreth and brought him back to the races this afternoon apparently as sound as ever he was At all events he won his race In runaway fashion and pulled up in firstclass condition Never rated as a sprinter there were some who doubted his ability to beat the band of speedy racers he met today but he fooled them Nealon will he raced on the metropolitan circuit the coming season and will leave for New York shortly with the remainder of the Schreiber horses Billy Iorter was among the first to congratulate John Powers over Nea Ions victory and he immediately telegraphed the following to Barney Sehreiber who is at present in California Nealon came back now its up to Jeffries JeffriesKeen Keen racing was the order this afternoon all sis contests furnishing driving finishes with the shortest of margins separating the first two in four of them James McLaughliu who has been in great luck during Hie past week saddled another winner this afternoon in Campaigner which won the feature race a mile and an eighth affair in which he beat some opponentsThe good opponents The twoyearold race went to T I Hayes Oracle which won by a length in a driving finish with Old SVjuaw After the running of the sixth race E George claimed the defeated favorite Collis Ormsby Mr George was represented In the race by Lorimar which he purchased this morning from Chris Good harte Steve LHommedieu and M Boasberg were among tho new layers that cut in this afternoon LHom ¬ medieu beat the last three races vesterday and ran 30 up to 4000 4000T T M Glasco got in from Juarez this morning with the sprinter Kjamesha II IIJ J S Hawkins has arranged to return to Ken tucky and he will probably leave here on Sunday He goes to take up his horses that wintered at Lex ¬ ington Edward Maginn racing secretary of the Latonia Jockey Club is expected here tomorrow He cornea to interest local horsemen in the stakes offered at the Milldale track trackW W O Partner and George Hendrie who have been wintering in southern Florida arrived tonight and will remain a few days before continuing on their way north northJockey Jockey Dave Nicol has signed a contract with H L Shaw for the remainder of the meeting Tha consideration monthTom is 500 per month Tom Shaw who suspended operations after tho declaring off of all bets on the Decency race ia again booking in the Moncreif ring the differences between the bookmaker and the association havlnc been adjustedThe amicably adjusted The success of the inaugural performance of tha Moncreif Minstrels last Sunday night was so great that the performance will be repeated at the Dura Theater tomorrow night for the benefit of charity charityDavid David Dunlop has sold his stock in the MoncreiC Park track to FJ Pons at a profit of 2800 on his investment investmentJockeys Jockeys Young and Pendergast arrived last night from Juarez and brought with them several horses Great Heavens the horse that F J Pons pur ¬ chased at the Chinn sale on Saturday last spread a hoof in his race of Tuesday and will be thrown out of training In consequence W consequenceW H Bickers manager of the Pensacola track announces that he has sold a half interest in the plant to Louis Varneulli and A Fourcade of New Orleans

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