Fast Time At Moncreif: Two Track Records Are Reduced And Two Others Are Equaled.; Jack Atkin Runs Mile in 1:39 1/5 with 142 Pounds Up in Winning the St. Johns Handicap, Principal Feature of Card., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-27


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FAST TIME AT MONCEEIF TWO TRACK RECORDS ARE REDUCED AND TWO OTHERS ARE EQUALED Jack Atkin Runs Mile in 139 with 142 Pounds PoundsUp Up in Winning1 tho Sti Johns Handicap Principal Feature of Card Jacksonville Fla March 2C One of the best programs of the meeting was provided at MoncreIC Park today Seven races were run the features of which were the St Johns Handicap and a condition sprint at threequarters Barney Schreibers great horse Jack Atkin added to his wonderful record a victory In the St Johns Handicap This truly great horse picked up 142 pounds and ran the mile in l0i which equaled1 the track record It was a notable performance anil shows that the great sou of Sain is probably as good just now as at any time during his career Jack Atkiu was ridden by Dave Nicol made all of his own pace audi won by a neck from Polls a whipping finish In the third race Powers saddled another winner in Harry L Shaws Hamburg filly Top Note which won from good opposition and equaled the track record of 111 J for threequarters All of the horses that Powers is handling are in tiptop condition just now and he will go north with a powerful stable this spring Sir Kearney and Hans reduced the track records for four and onehalf furlongs and a mile and an eighth in winning their respective races racesIn In the fifth race Miss Popular carrying the colors of Snapper Garrison and heavily backed both at the track and elsewhere managed to beat Boserriau a nose in a desperate stretch drive in which Pow ¬ ers gave one of his best exhibitions Jack Atkin Miss Popular and Hans scored as favorites In the third race Jack Parker the oddson favorite kept bearing out with Obcrt in rounding the far turn Patrol Judge William Murray bore Obert out in this statement After the races the judges Issued the following We ftml that in the third race of this date jockey Obcrt bet HX on Jack Parker through C K Lyman without the consent of the owner Under rule 1S5 we recommend that his license be revoked The rule reads No jockey shall bet on any race except through the owner and on the liorse which he rides For a violation of this rule the offenders license shall be revoked revokedThe The poor showing made by Molesey In the seventh race also brought another official ruling which bars the further entries of P Knebelkamp KnebelkampAfter After Furnace was beaten in the sixth race he was claimed by E Trotter who had Imitate In the race Trotter paid1 1125 for the liorse liorseA A sensational story came to light this afternoon as an aftermath of the victories of Colonel Ashmeade and Jane Swift on Friday R D Williams owner of the horses placed a commission in a handbook said to be operated in St Louis by Kid Becker Moso Gunibert and C Cella The commission was for 500 to be parlayed on the two horses It was accepted the day before the race was run and tho proceeds of the parlay figured close to 2t 00 Villiauis was astounded when he received a message this morning stating that the only terms on which a settlement would be made would be for him to ac ¬ cept 8000 representing about a thirty per cent basis basisO O K Ilerndon and Gerando owned by Martin May were shipped to Pensacola today todayE E V Ileffner Herman Brandt and P S P Randolph will ship their stables to New York to ¬ morrow morrowMiller Miller Henderson will leave for Louisville tomorrow to take up his twoyearolds that wintered at Churchill Downs DownsWord Word has been received from Louisville that James Milton has been engaged to do the starting at the Churchill Downs and Lexington spring meetings meetingsProbable Probable starters in the Derby next Saturday with their riders and weights are as follows Horse HorsePulka JockeyGrillin Jockey Pulka Grillin Fanntleroy McCahey Polls Troxler Martinez S Davis DixieKnight J Wilson Boca Grande Mountain Col Us Ormsby Mnsgrave Captain Swansou J Henry Sager Nicol Obert IIS

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