Pensacola Meeting Opens Auspiciously.: Interest Manifested by Townsfolk That Augurs Well for Future of the Sport., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-25


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TENSACOLA MEETING OPENS AUSPICIOUSLY Interest Manifested by Townsfolk That Augurs Well for Future of the Sport Pensacola Fla November 24 The thirtydays race meeting sclieduled for this city began today under favorable auspices and with excellent promise for the future A built 2000 persons were on hand tu witness the sport and took a keen interest in the racing Speculation was light but satisfactory to the ring as racegoers in this locality are novices in betting The grounds and grandstand presented a crude appearance due to the lack of a sufficient working force to make the appointments more pre ¬ ventable The track proi er was also in poor condi ¬ tion and caused many of the better horses to be abwuiecg from the racing Manager Strode has promised to look nfter these details iu persou and conditions are expected to improve improveThere There was plenty of action in all the races with the exception of the one won by Autumn Rose She won in a common canter meeting little or no oppo ¬ sition She had been confidently supported Altneon and T 11 McBride were the only outsiders to score Both hit the Iwoks considerably as they developed strong backing at post time Tc officials are determined to keep the racing here clean ami free from scandal They have served warning that offenders wil be dealt with drastically drasticallyStarter Starter Murray suspended jockeys J Bauer and J

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