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BOURBON BRINGS AN UPSET PINK0LA, CRACK OF OTHER DAYS, RETURNS TO WINNING FORM. Jockey Deavenport Suspended for Unsatisfactory Handling of Rue — Starter Milton Disregards New Starting Rules. Louisville. Ky.. May 21. — Fine weather and an in-iting card attracted an attendance to Churchill Downs today that in p..int of numbers was only second to Derby day. There was considerable disappointment when the Hotirbou Handicap, a new fixture, was riddled by withdrawals, among the absentees being Kings Daughter. Hantiridge. Gro.-ii Seal. Boca Grande. Tom Hayward. Gallant Pirate and Markie M. The scratching of these horses robbed the race of much interest. T. M. Green, because of his good performance iu finishing second to Kings Daughter in the Clark Handicap, was thought to hold his opposition safe, but furnished a. big upset by running absolutely last. The stake went to that frequent disappointment. Pinkola. This former crack showed a flash of his old time form. Away disadvantageous!-, he made up ground gradually and. benefit ing by a wide turn made by the leaders in entering the stretch, he wore down Crystal Maid and won drawing away. Crystal Maid disposed of T. M. Greene Ix-fore three-quarters had been traversed, but was tiring near the end and was lucky to retain second place as. with better handling. Dr. Holzberg would have passed h.-r and probably would have given the winner a stouter argument. Jockey Deavenport. one of the liest riders at the track, got into trouble on account of the manner in which he handled Wade McLemores Rue in the fifth race. Rue was a strong favorite in the auctions, but only ruled second choice iu the mutuels, Labold displacing him in the machine betting. Rue trailed far out of it during the first three eighths and came with a rush in the stretch to land fourth. I-ibobl winning, wku Oriental Pearl and James Me second and third. The judges suspended Deaveu-lx.rt pending further investigation of his ride and also ordered Glasners .substitution on Tackle, which Deavenport was engaged to ride in the closing dash. Starter Milton openly disregarded the new rule of the State Racing Commission when, in the third race, a handicap at a mile and twenty yards, he ordered his assistants to get busv with their whips and bring the unruly starters into some seinblauce of alignment. His action was due to a demonstration over the failure of his assistants to keep the horses straight at the barrier. When the start was effected it was a straggling one. with Eyebright. the favorite, enjoying a great advantage. An additional incident or the ra.v was famished bv the slipping of the saddle on Great Heavens, which caused his jockey. ST. Henry, to fall. He was severelv shaken up and the horse was hurt when he crashed Info the outer fence and went down heavily. Track litions ami poor starts again contributi-d to numerous form upsets. The defeats of Parkview. Kllanette and Fantastic were primarily due to JUje poor send-offs thev received. Jockey Griffin was fined 5 by the starter for disohediem-e at the post. Fred Cook will depart for Toronto tomorrow and will l ook during the Woodbine meeting. He has transterr.il Lawrence P. I aley and Johnnie Blake to illiam Phillips, the former trainer of his onetime extensive stable. George B. Ott. owner of the good two year old filly. Golden Egg, in the stable of Walter Grater at Churchill Downs, has turned down an offer of .ooo for the filly. Ott is not overlv anxious to sell as the filly is well engaged in stakes at Latonia and Saratoga, ami ahe is also a Futuritv eligible. The only two-year olds that have Ix-atcn her are Housemaid and Round the World, neither of which is engaged in the Latonia Stakes. Mr. Ott has had the daughter of Cesarion insured for OOO. He has a yearling half sister to Golden Egg at Lexington by Nasturtium. Mg Goose, the dam of Golden Kgg. was barren this season and was mated this spring with The Scribe to get a foal with a double St. Simon cross. The yearling uoted aliove is entered in the Lcxingtmi Breeders Futuritv for 1011. A. S. Laln.li!. who won the Kentuckv Derby with Montrose iu 1S.N7. is a patron of "the Churchill Ih.wus meeting. He is planning to come back to the races as an owner with tin- first foal of his noted mare. Chulita. a handsome chestnut suckling till v by oter that is now running bv the side of her dam on a blue grass farm near Lexington. Chulita. a daughter of Kingsion and Comvrtiua. bv Ctxirister. won tho Flcisehmaiiii Trophy as a two year old and verified her good form at that age bv coming back as a three rear old .-.nil winning the Latonia Oaks. Mr. I.aln.1.1 mated the mare this season with H M. Zieg-lers Herinis. Kd Trotter has been unable to obtain stabling accommodations at Toronto and will rentals here to the cud of the meeting.