Moncrief Crowds Grow: Patronage At Jacksonville Track Increases With Each Passing Day.; Yesterdays Program Devoted to Selling Platers of Evenly-Matched Ability and Good Contests Ensue, with Several Close Finishes., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-16


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MONCRIEF CROWDS GROW GROWPATRONAGE PATRONAGE AT JACKSONVILLE TRACK IN ¬ CREASES WITH EACH PASSING DAY Yesterdays Program Devoted to Selling Platers of ofEvenlyMatched EvenlyMatched Ability and Good Contests ContestsEnsue Ensue with Several Close Finishes Jacksonville Fla December 15 The program at Moiifrlef this afternoon was framed to suit the l n rcr class of horses Five of the six races were of tin selling variety and were contested by ordinary fields The contestants were for the most part well matclied however and a majority of the races fur ¬ nished contests in which the winners were first home by small margins Four favorites scored the only outsider to win during the afternoon being Ida D which joist managed to last long enough to beat Nick Stoner a head Roxey Angarolas Hill Top was another that just failed to get up in time She was Iwaten aiiose by Malitine after coming from behind with stretchThen a great burst of speed In the stretch Then were several arrivals this afternoon among them John H Madigan president of the Niagara Racing Association which conducts the meetings at the Fort Erie track in Canada John W Schorr also arrived from Memphis He came to look over Ids horses that are racing here in charge of his son John F Schorr SchorrFrank Frank Kelly came from New Orleans and Billy Beverley a wellknown eastern layer arrived from New York YorkThe The crowds here are increasing with each passing lay and speculation is growing apace While apaceWhile being worked this morning J S Evermans May Lutz stumbled in front of the grandstand and broke down downJockey Jockey McTaggart was suspended for four days by the starter for disobedience at the post in the fourth race and Herbert was suspended for three days liy the stewards for cutting off Hildas Sister at the threeeiguths post in the second race raceMalitloie Malitloie was jumped on while rounding the first turn and the wound bled profusely after she pulled up a winner winnerR R D Williams will ship half a dozen horses to Tampa next week AldlTla Fiveeighths in 1045 All Red Half mile in 54 Andy Glnter Half mile in 50i Bad News II Mile in lil Brass Button Half mile in 52 Jtrevite Fiveeighths in 107 Christina Half mile in 54 Compton Threequarters in 123 Critic Fiveeighths in 105 Dr Barkley Fiveeighths in 108 Falcada Threequarters in 120 First Peep Half mile in 52 Fond Heart Threequarters in 122 General MacGregor Threequarters in 120 German Silver Fiveeighths in 113 Grand Peggy Half mile in 52 Havre Threequarters in 123 Howlet Mile in 145 Hildas Sister Half mile in 55 Ida May Fiveeighths in 1OSB Ivabel Half mile In 53 John A Munro Hclf mile in 53 Judge Walton Threeeighths in 38 Ixmise Welles Threequarters in 120 Premier Threequarters in 122 Prometheus Half mile in 54 Roseburg II Half mile in 54 Rye Straw Half mile in 50 Saraband Threequarters in 11SJ Scribo Fiveeighths in 1OCL Tom Shaw Halt mile in 52

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