Pons Colors Prominent: Florida Turfmans Racers Show Winning Form At Moncrief.; Jack Parker Takes Feature Race and Jack Denman Duplicates Success of His Stable-Mate--Good Colt Lewiston Is Dead., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-27


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PONS COLORS PROMINENT FLORIDA TURFMANS RACERS SHOW WINNING FORK AT MONCRIEF Jack Parker Takes Feature Race and Jack Dcnman DcnmanDuplicates Duplicates Success of His Stablcmatc Good GoodColt Colt Lewiston Is Dead Jacksonville Fla November 2 5 A splendid days Nirt was provided at Moncricf Iark tliis afternoon I he card was an evenly balanced one and class was well represented in most of the races The feature event Hie Speed Handicap found the Tons entry Jack Parker first home by a short neck after a stirring stretch drive with Besom The pace in this race was terrific right from the start Besom dashing l i the front and going to the quarter in 2TSJ and the half in 47 The Doerhofer entry Mclisaude and Mary Davis were never prominent The 1ons stable also furnished the winner of the second race in Jack Dcuman which beat Via Octavia 1 scant length Star Charter the oddson favorite was outrun from the start Eye White Jack Parker and King Avondale scored as favorites The attendance was fair and twentythree books cut in inThere There were several arrivals during the afternoon among them Mode Nicoll with ten horses and J S Hawkins with five Itoth came from Lexington Frank Bray arrived from New York and jockey Fair brother from Baltimore The apprentice rider Lof tus under contract to A L Kirby came from Cin ¬ cinnati M Carmody also arrived with two horses horsesAl Al Weston withdrew Mcxoaua from the Speed Han ¬ dicap Trainer Tom Ilealey wired Mr Weston not to start the filly as the father of R T Wilson Jr died yesterday at Palmetto rtlulT S C CJ J Powers wired that he would arrive from New York on Monday with six horses among them George Keifs Maltbie MaltbieTlie Tlie threeyearold Lewiston owned tiy the veteran P Miilcalicy died at the track this morning Lewis ton was a useful horse horseJockey Jockey Clement escaped with a broken wrist as a result of his fall from Tuhai in the fifth race yes ¬ terday

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