Belated Items From Charleston., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-01


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BELATED ITEMS FROM CHARLESTON CHARLESTONCharleston Charleston S C March 31 Jockey Suidir has been engaged to do the lightweight riding for the J O Talbtitt stable during the Norfolk meeting Tile Tennessee Stable obtained second call on tin boys meetingF services for the same meeting F J Pons will ship fourteen of bis horses from here to his farm at Madison Teim to he rested until fall Judge Wright is in training again and will be shipped with the rest of the 1ons stable to Norfolk to race raceJockey Jockey Skirvin was lined 10O by the stewards for rough riding in the third race at Palmetto Park lust Thursday Archie dimmer was lined the same amount for sending jockey J Hanover into the stewards stand to lodge a frivolous claim of foul after Gainor beat Chas Cannell a head in tlie lirst race Previous to the races at Palmetto Park Friday afternoon the following racers were disposed of in the paddock at public auction Aliss Nett 110 to J AngeloK II AlcCarren and Detect 90 to Tony Angelo K W Aloore liotight the threeyearold Rockbar from F J Pons at private sale saleWi Wi K Burke who has been handling the horses owned by K Forrester that raced here this winter has severed Ids connection with tlie latter and will train a public stable in future He has gone to Norfolk and will purchase n couple of horses thero Jine Philaileliiliians who have decided to go in icing icingAlgernon Algernon Daingerlield assistant secretary of the Jockey Club was an arrival Saturday He came down from Richmond to witness the miming of the Palmetto Derby ami left for Norfolk NorfolkAI AI Burns purchased Quincy Belle and Francis J Pons bought Joe Rose RoseThe The crowd that saw J O Talbotls Monocai v win the Palmetto Derby on the closiiv day of tlo Charleston Fair and Racing Associations nicetin Saturday was of fairly large proportions lint fell fur below the showing for tlie closing dav of Ihe preceding season There were few regrets over n termination of tlie meeting and not many of Ihe visiting racing folk are left in Charleston

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