Two Charleston Favorites Win: Feature Race Marked by Rough Riding and Two Jockeys Are Disciplined in Consequence, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-25


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. . - - - , f _ ir e - ,. ;■ [ .. TWO CHARLESTON FAVORITES WIN. Feature Race Marked by Rough Riding and Two Jockeys Are Disciplined in Consequence. Charleston. S. .. March 21. -Pan.loriiia and Dr. Pucniier. the former carrying the colors of Mrs. I.. A. Livingston, were tie oalj pronounced favor- itcs to ■core this afternoon at Palmetto Park. Dr. Dnenner won the featare race in spite of being sub Jected to repeated interference, for which Snider, on Armor, sraa to blame. The offending rider was aonpeaded by the stewards for the remainder of Hie meeting and Baxton, who had the mount on Vol thorpe, was tii.ed tso by the oaVlals for Inteaaperate language. Buxton was involved in the rough riding anil canned some Interference to Dr. Dnenner on the atretcb turn Skirvin included him in his scojm of complain and Baxton is said to have threatened him. W. M. Murray announced this afternoon his appointment as starter for tin- Marlboro meeting which is to begin April 2. Secretary Dart Deraham expects to ship from here al t eight carloads of bone* numbering about 100 in the aggregate and expect! about titty additional racers from the vici ity of Marlboro to furnish available racing material to conduct the meeting. Taleearrier, one of the candidates for the nietto Derby, to be run on Saturday next, the dos ing day of the meeting, was wmked a mile this morning in 1:42%. lb was ridden by Clement and had IDOUl 120 pounds up. Moaocacy. another Deri.. eligible, was worked out se*von furlongs in the thirl raee and went |he distance in 1:32.

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