Jockey Lang in Trouble.: Rider Suspended and His Case Referred to the Jockey Club Because of Unsatisfactory Effort., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-14


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JOCKEY LANG IN TROUBLE. Rider Suspended and His Case Referred to the Jockey Club Because of Unsatisfactory Effort. Norfolk. Va.. April 13. — Todays racing at the Jaiucsiown track was ahoat as unsatisfactory as II could |Missibly be. Nol only was the track muddy. but the weather was old and damp. Every favorite went down to defeat ami the books reaped a rteh liarvest. Jockey Lang was suspended and his case referred to the foekey club on account of a sus picioiis ride on The Coldeii Butterfly. The early betting on The GaMea Batterfly led fee a rumor thai the tilly was to be the medium ol a shoo in. Judge Bryan named jockey Sieiiinardt to do his best on King of Yoio. Phi- canst d a shift in tin betting. King «f Tote bein- bached from -1 to 1 to :; to -j. So n after llie start. The Colden Butterfly was seen to 1m- in trouble and on the stretch turn the lilly seemed to be wabbling. A moment later lackey Lang slipped from her hack. After the liuish it was discovered that the saddle on The GaMea l.ullcrtlv had -lipped. The race ..f the amateurs for the Norfolk Hunt Cup araa easily won bjr .Mr. Carneya Jim. well ridden liy Mr. Iilillips. Jim was the second choice. In the lirst race Demetrius, at .I to Lo. was the tirsl favorite to fail the nubile. Never at any time did lie threatea Laughing Eye*, which receded in the bell nr- horn twos io sixes. Lewis Earths Maioinara easily defeated Mayweed and Jack Bran, the first and second choices in the second lac.. Maromaia won despite the slipping of her saddle mar Hie finish. .jockey PtaeS having all he could do to keep lion falling. Ane-ret. well bached at ■• to ... was the disap|Hiii:tmeut in the foarth race, lie displayed no -p. . d .it aaj siage of the running. Baclag Bell, rushing to the front. o| eiii-d up a gap of six lengths. Imt quit badly in the laal furlong and obi GreaaoV just got up to win. I.ois Chraaagh won tin tilth after she had carried Daadet almost to the outside rail. Jockey LaaC dahaed a foul, but the laili.i ■ did ti"t deem the interference sufficient to justifv disqualification. Decent work -outs were as follows: Alloy Quart, r mile in 2M, all out. lMin"iid Adams Half mile in .Ml. Improving. Havre Quarter mile in 2.". easily. John Byaa Qanrtet mile in Kf. cantering, Nora Banna Quarier mile in 24*. Gaad work. Bejrbaarat Thwf aaailna in I:1C Beadj far best ellort. S-init k.lfiiiz Three-eighths in 40. all out. I Kin-- -Quaiter arile in ML cantering. Westbary — Fire-eighths la 1:U.* . cantering. Is ready. Woodside— Mile in 1:47.

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