Mary Davis Beats Sandrian.: Young Horses Afforded Abundant Opportunity for Racing at Jacksonville Track., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-13


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MARY DAVIS BEATS SANDRIAN Young Horses Afforded Abundant Opportunity for Racing at Jacksonville Track Jacksonville Fla December 12 The conditions hi a majority of the races at Moucrief this after ¬ noon were framed to permit twoyearolds to start The first three races were exclusively for horses of that age while the mile and a sixteenth condi ¬ tion race called for all ages The last three races furnished keen contests with the winners first home by small margins J W May sent his first winner of the meeting to the post in L P Doerhofers Watercress filly Mary Davis which beat Sandrian a neck in u stirring stretch drive in the fourth race Sandriaii probably would have won but for having been cut off at the stretch turn In the opening dash Catesby Wood ford showed up a shifty maiden in Bertis which won In a canter after overcoming much early interference interferenceOnly Only two favorites won the successful choices be ¬ ing Mary Davis and St Joseph Malitine was forced to run close to the track record to win the fifth race Her owner did not profit to any great extent by hor victory as he was forced to stand a boost of 300 to retain the filly Guy Gray was responsible for the runup runupTom Tom Hayward Oakley and Ford Bank were with ¬ drawn as the conditions of the races in which they were entered rendered them ineligible ineligibleGuy Guy Gray claimed Idleweiss from W Gcrst on Saturday SaturdayJockey Jockey Gross was to havi tidden Saudrian in the fourth race Imt was taken sick atfdObcrt was sub ¬ stituted The latter claimed a foul against the winner bnt it was not allowed allowedJ J Wilson who had the rnwmnt on Glucose in the fourth face was suspended by the stewards for striking jockey McCahey with his whip while they were rounding the first turn George P Chinn who is associated with J W Frey in the ownership of a big stable of racers here was an arrival from Lexington this morning He will remain here untlFabbut the first of January when his partner will come down downJohn John W and Charles Gates arrived in Jacksonville this morning They are here buying fruit trees to be shipped to their ranch at Port Arthur Tex It is their Intention to patronize about two weeks of the racing at Moncrief before their return to Texas TexasJockey Jockey M McGee who lias severed his connection with the Doerhofer stable will leave for Juarez to ¬ morrow morrowG G T Miller preparatory to leaving for Norfolk disposed of the sprinter Henry Crosscaddin to the Bevcrwyck Stable for 300 300Starter Starter Dades workrft thcoarrler is giving excel ¬ lent satisfaction to local patrons pf racing E Tribe and William Snyder are his asssistnnts asssistnntsM M Bell is regarded as the most promising of the apprentice riders here

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