Poor Day For Favorites: All Of The Public Choices Are Bowled Over At Pimlico Track.; Showers Fall, but the Course Remains Fast--El Oro, at 30 to 1, Takes Measure of Hill Top, Odds-On Favorite--Jockey Archibald Suspended., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-28


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POOR DAT FOR FAVORITES ALL OF THE PUBLIC CHOICES ABE BOWLED OVER AT PIMLICO TRACK Showers Fall but the Course Remains Fast El Oro Oroat at 30 to 1 Takes Measure of Hill Top Odds OddsOa Oa Favorite Jockey Archibald Suspended Hal Union Mil October 27 Followers of favor ites were given a drubbing at Pimlko this afternoon First choices were bowled over with a rcgularltv that WHS painful to the public all seven of them IKIIIS beaten Several of the raees furnished close Jinishes that of the sixth race bolus especiallv so Algie and Oakhurst fought it out through the last lialf raile and as the italr passed the wltminj mark Hie shortest of heads separated them with Algie luiviug the advantage The surprise of the after ¬ noon was furnished by El Oro which beat the heavily backed favorite Hill Top iu the fifth race KI Oro was but little fancied and as good as 150 10 1 was quoted about him with few takers Intermittent takersIntermittent showers fell during the afternoon The min was accompanied by high winds and had but little effect oil the going which remained fast throughout the afternoon Only three of the six starters In the steeplechase finished the course Merry Man Scleetns and Kara coming to grief at different stages of the running The winner Dtiflield scored with his rider pulling up lie was ridden by Tommy Wright who handled liha with great skill skillJockey Jockey Archibald got Into an altercation with the starter and his assistants while at the i st and as a result was suspended for the remainder of the meeting Archibald had the mount on La Salle md when one of the assistants took hold of the horse Io straighten him Archibald cbjected and asked that he tic permitted to manage the horse himself When the rider was informed that he was set down for the rest of the meeting lie hurriedly arranged for his departure for California and he left for Sau Francisco tonight accompanied by jockey Gilbert GilbertTockcy Tockcy Carroll Shilling was taken sick while on the road reducing this morning and was forced to cancel his engagements for tills afternoon afternoonItlchnrd Itlchnrd J Carman who is racing one of the larg eit Tstablesliere got into trouble with Ihe officials today the result of which was that he was fined 4O4 Mr Carman contrary to the rjiles loaned bis badgo to 111 II Harris and when taken to task about it said that Harris was acting as his agent In the controversy over the matter Mr Carman is ald to have become abusive to the stewards For tlip first offense Mr Carman was fined 200 while rn additional fine of the same amount was levied mi languageSeveral him for using abusive language Several horsemen have announced their intention of shipping their stables from Pimllco direct to Moncrelf Park JaeksohvIIe Among them are M Daly and Stanley II JCunz whose horses will leave for Florida on Tuesday nest nestDave Dave Woodford with a big string owned by Frank J Nolan who races under the name of the Bever wvik Stable has arranged to ship to Lutonia at the conclusion of the meeting here Simon J Ilealy will also j hlp the horses owned by Captain Cassatt and Herman B Duryea to the Milldale course S C Hildreth has been delayed from shipping his horses to Lhtonia on account of a scarcity of horse cars but will probably leave tomorrow

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