Moncrief Stewards Have Busy Day.: One Jockey Warned Away, Another Suspended and Case of Ownership of Glucose Considered., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-21


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MONCBEEF STEWABDS HAVE BUSY DAY One Jockey Warned Away Another Suspended and Case of Ownership of Glucose Considered Jacksonville Fla December 20 Ivabel saved the followers of favorites from a complete Waterloo this afternoon All the winners save Ida D found strong support and It is doubtful if the layers broke any better than even on the afternoons play A ma ¬ jority of the races furnished keen contests less than a length separating the first two horses in four of the finishes Guy FisUer and Jack Parker were so close together passing the wire in the sixfurlongs handicap that it looked like a dead heat The official placing gave first place to Guy Fisher East ¬ ern owners were again conspicuous four of the win ¬ ners coming from stables that were shipped here from New York Ida D and Fort Worth repre ¬ sented the victorious western horsemen The track conditions could not well have been improved upon but a strong wind that blew up the homestretch re ¬ tarded the horses in the final quarter quarterThe The stewards had a busy day of it They took up several cases during the afternoon most important of which was an order issued to the racing secretary rot to accept the entry of Glucose until satisfactory evidence had been produced as to the ownership of the horse Glucose Is the horse claimed by R D Williams from former jockey Tommy Burns and which was turned back to the latter on the day following the claiming This is in direct violation of a rule of the Southern Jockey Club which re ¬ quires an owner to keep a horse thirty days after be claims him Burns turned the horse back to Williams but the officials claim that while the horse has t een In the Williams ban Bums has been en ¬ gaging the jockeys that rode him Glucose was scratched out of the sixth race today and the chances are that be wilt foe a nonstarter for at least a mouth mouthMusgrave Musgrave was called upon to explain bis action in striking jockey Bell across the back with his whip during the running of the sixth race on Monday Musgrave explained that lie was being crowded against the fence and struck Bell to save himself The stewards however took a different view of the matter and suspended Musgrave for one week weekJockey Jockey Steiuhardts badge was also ordered taken up The latter has been in bad repute with his employer W Shields ami bas been accused of mak ¬ ing remarks about town which reflected on bis honesty It was deemed best not to have him about the course hence the ruling rulingIda Ida D winner of the fifth was boosted 300 over her entered price of 400 by Dave Woodfbrd but vas protected and bought In l y her owner ownerJames James afcCbrmlck acting for his employer has closed a deal with jockey TfnTOntPmVersYoHd lif Germany ntxt season Powers who is now at his liome near Buffalo N Y will leave for Europe with Mr McCorniick in the spring F iMIIler and J H Lamb arrived from Pensacola this inorplus with their stables

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