Poor Day For Favorites: First Choices Fail Their Backers At The Jacksonville Track.; Gold Oak the Only Successful Public Choice--Southern Jockey Club Rules Bert E. Collyer Off the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-28


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POOR DAY FOE FAVORITES FIRST CHOICES TAIL THEIR BACKERS AT THE JACKSONVILLE TRACK Gold Oak the Only Successful Public Choice South era Jockey Club Rules Bert E Collyer Off the Turf Jacksonville Fla December 27 Gold Oak saved Ui followers of favorites from a complete rout at Moucrlcf Park today Large fields weut to the post iu i majority of the races and some of the winners ainc from unexpected quarters Willie Shields was decidedly in the limelight during the afternoon lit furnished two of the winners iu The Whip aud Ninokcr both of which won after stirring stretch drives The former captured the opening purse bv the shortest of margins from the favorite White Wool while Smoker beat Parkview which was favor ¬ ite in the fifth race White Wools defeat resulted in a change of ownership Sam Louis claiming him out of the race for 1223 1223The The handicap furnished a stirring contest with Jack Parker first at the finish of a hard stretch drive Racquet which finished third ia this race was jumped on and cut down There was a jam fifty yards from the finish in which Mexoana and luiprlut suffered most both being pulled up At upAt a meeting of the Southern Jockey Club held this morning Bert E Collyer was ruled off the turf Collyer came here to represent a Chicago paper but has not been admitted to the grounds during the meeting on account of charges preferred agaiust him by a couple of horsemen Hie had been notified to attend todays meeting of the jockey club but failed to put in an appearance Jockey appearanceJockey D Boland arrived here this morning and will ride for Guy Gray during the remainder of the meeting meetingThe The twoyearold Grover Hughes was attacked with a stroke of paralysis after his race last night aud was in a bad war for a time He improved today dangerW and is pronounced out of danger W G Wilson purchased the fouryearold Morpeth from S A Clopton this morning aud will school him through the field fieldH H M Dounlison the Moncrief Park watchman who shot and killed James OBrien of Baltimore on Sunday was acquitted today ou the ground of justi ¬ fiable homicide homicideJockey Jockey Ixiftus was suspended for four days by the starter for 4iisobedienec at the post iu the sixth race raceC C J Brockmiller of St Louis was among todays arrivals arrivalsRacegoers Racegoers will soou have the opportunity of see ¬ ing how good the yearlings here really are Many of them are said to have worked well and if one is to judge from the reports of owners there are some youngsters here above the ordinary There is cer ¬ tainly enough material on the grounds to fill the Imby races to overflowing The first of these will be run January 2 when a quartermile dash will be carded All of the big stables are hurrying their yearlings along so that they will be ready for these contests Last season F J Pons and It 1 Willi iauis cut an important figure in these races but ther are other owners here this winter that have equally us speedy juveniles as either of the horsemen named Owners have beeu paying particular attention to the barrier education of their youngsters aud assist ¬ ant starter William Snyder reports that a majority of the young thoroughbreds arc good post actors They are a sensible lot and many of them can run fast said he the other day It is a hard matter to say who has the best yearlings here but I think that George Chinus are as good as any of them themKecent Kecent workouts at Moncrief MoncriefAmanda Amanda Let Threeeighths iu 4O 4OAndy Andy Ginter Seveneighths in 131 131lledminstcr lledminstcr Fiveeighths iu l Mi Billy Bmlemer Half mile In Til TilBorrower Borrower Threequarters in 121 121Catroke Catroke Threeeighths iu 40 40County County Clerk Threequarters in 1215 1215Desoomuets Desoomuets Threequarters in 1205 1205Detroit Detroit Half mile in Dorchester Half mile in Dr Barklev Threequarters in l2ttj l2ttjKtlwiu Ktlwiu L Fiveeighths in 104 104Fulford Fulford Seveneighths in 130 130Gavotte Gavotte Half mile in TM TMGoldivick Goldivick Half mile in 01 01Idleweiss Idleweiss Half mile in HI 3 3Jack Jack Deniuan Threeeighths in 38s 38sKing King A vondale Fiveeighths in 1072 1072Lydia Lydia Lee Half mile in 2 2Mason Mason Half mile iu r r Master Robert Threeeighths in Ml MlXauuette Xauuette Fiveeighths iu 100 100Ostend Ostend Threequarters in 123 123Pulka Pulka Mile in 150 150Koyal Koyal Remrt Threeeighths in JOB JOBRuby Ruby Knight Fiveeighths in 104 Sigo Threeeighths in 31 Stoneman Threeeighths in 38s 38sSureget Sureget Threequarters in 120 120Ton Ton Paces Seveneighths In 134 134Tennessee Tennessee Boy Seveneighths in 130 130The The Squire Half mile in 38 38Tom Tom Holland Threequarters in 122 122Trustee Trustee Mile in 132 132Van Van Zoc ThnKMiuarters in 113 113Western Western Belle Half mile in 2

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