Rulings to be Strictly Observed, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-11


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RULINGS TO BE STRICTLY OBSERVED. Louisville, Ky., SeptemlH-r 10. — Faster work today marked tin1 performances of several horses at Churchill Downs. Foursome, from the stable of George J. Long, went three-quarters in 1:1b. Mr. Loaga Macias worked the same distance in 1:171. L. Kellys La II Mexican, winner of the Bashford Manor Stakes last spring, went five-eighths pulled up in 1:65, At Douglar Park The Fad and Topland worked a half mile in SB and live-eighths in 1:0$. Jack Deu-BiaB, Edna CbUina and Blanche Frances, owned by F. .1. Pons, were- sent a half mile in about . Mr. Pons Starport, a son of Star Shoot, palled up lame. It was decided to geld him and turn him out unlil next spring. Dr. XMbot also tired the knees- of Watch Me, re- eently pnrrlnrtril by Wayne JepHn 1 lendi-rsou and Hogan have purchased from D. VV. Mosohe-udorf, owner of Yolthorpe and the- Wahleck Stud, live yearling colts sired by fashionable stallions. Mr. Mesehendorf raised nine yearlings and In- has retained the fillies. Henderson «k Hogan will send to the races next spring twenty two year olds. W. E. Bidwell. secretary of the Kentucky State Bacing Commission, has been notified by the Utah Jockey Club that jockey Kent has been reinstated. No official call has been issued, but it is presumed that the State Bacing Commission will convene in Lexington September 10. the date of the opening of lln fall races there. At that time licenses issued by the secretary to trainers and jockeys will ho ratlhed. Among the rules to be passed npon is one of annwrtaaee as follows: "Any pel ami or beinbna who shall enter or race a horse, inare or gelding upon which a mortgage has Iteon placed shall be ruled off unless written consent from the mortgagee is tiled print to the entering of the- horse, mare or gelding with the secre-tary of the racing association of the course on which the mortgaged horse may be- entered or raced." Secretary Bidwell has been ill correspondence with the secretary of every racing organization in America with the- result, that he has compiled a list of • very individual who lias Incurred the judicial dis-p tan stare of racing officials. Owners, trainers and joe-keys are- embraced in this re|iort and not one-of these men will In- permitted to race til is fall on the Kentucky droit.

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