Favorites Have Inning: Jacksonville Layers Hard Hit When the First Choices Make Good., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-08


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FAVORITES HAVE INNING JACKSONVILLE LAYERS HARD HIT WHEN THE FIRST CHOICES MAKE GOOD. R. D. Williams rets and Double with Jane Swift and Delciia — Developments in the Barnsdale Case. Mwrtk, Fla.. April 7.— The Williams eon federacy put over two good tilings sit Moncreif Park this afternoon in Helena :inil June Swift. Helena won her race in n canter after Harvest Hm, which figured as the contender, had been crowded against the inner rail on the far turn. Jane Swift, however, found the task of winning a hard one and she lieat tentnonius only a bead in a strenuous stretch drive. The victories of l oth horses profited their connections handsomely. E. Griffin, who had the mount on Harvest Moon, complained that •he had been ropcateifly struck by one of the assistant starters while at the IMwt and displayed an ugly gash on his hip to warrant his assertion. Four favorites won and the books lost heavily. There are only nineteen layers operating in the big ling and several of this number have decided to retire at the conclusion of the present week. II. MHarrcii. owner of Camel, wliicb tinislied hi-cond to Barnsdale yesterday, protested pavment of the purse won by the latter on the ground that Barnsdale had not been handled by a licensed trainer. Investigation proved McCarrcns contention t be correct and the purse was awarded to Camel. The judges had Rarnsdalos owner. G. V. Karnes. and II. Van Ky in the stand this afteri i. Van Kv claimed that he had nothing whatever to do with the horse aside from saddling him for the race, and this statement was Imrno out by liarnes. who admitted that lie had stimulated the horse himself. «. M. Jaeger, who had lieen handling tin- horse all winter, was railed Inline two weeks ago on account of the illness of his wife, ami during his absence Haines did the training. Van Kvs case lias been referred to the stewards of the Southern Joekev Club, who will met on Saturday. Van Kv will prob ably lie restored to favor. II. R. Selby left tor New York this afternoon with his stable. The Selby horses were shipi od bv Immi . The entry of I.ady McNallv was ordered refused I.v the judges. Tliis till.v is trained bv H. Van Kv. vlio got into trouble in the Barnsdale -ase yesterday. Autumn Rose, winner of the fifth race, was lioosted fcSOO over her entered price bv T. M. Irvin. Owner Crippcn protected the rJll.v aiid bought her iu for PM

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