English Dates And New Racing Rules., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-04

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ENGLISH DATES AND NEW RACING RULES The annual meeting of the Jockey Club in London was held at Lord Derbys House ifonday June JO and besides arranging racing dates for 1015 at the leading tracks amendments to the Rules of Racing designed1 to prevent and punish foul riding such as marked this years Hpsom Derby were adopted The dates and new rules are as follows followsThe The fixtures for Newmarket Epsom Ascot aud Goodwood for 1015 were announced as follows followsRacing Racing will commence on Monday March 22 22April April AprilNo No of Days 5 Easter Monday 13 NewmarLet Craven Meeting Tuesday 3 20 Epsom Spring Meeting Tuesday 2 27 Newmarket First Spring Meeting Tuesday 4 May 11 Newmarket Second Spring Tuesday 3 21 WhitMonday WhitMondayJune June 1 Epsom Summer Meeting Tuetday 4 15 Ascot Tuesday 4 2 Newmarket First July Tuesday 4 4July July 13 Newmarket Second July Tuesday 3 27 Goodwood Tuesday 1 1September September SeptemberUS US Newmarket First October Tuesday 4 4October October 12 Newmarket Second October Tuesday 1 Jrt Newmarket Houghton Meeting Tuesday 4 4Last Last day of the season Saturday November 27 27The The proposed alteration to the first paragraph of Rule 57 was carried with a slight verbal al ¬ teration to read as follows 57 All other horses starting may be claimed for the selling price plus the value of the stakes or plate by the owners of horses running in tha race or for such owners by their authorised agents but no owner can claim a horse belonging to him ¬ self selfAfter After a long discussion the alteration to Rule Ho proiwsid by the Stewards was carried 140 ii A horse which crosses another in any pnrt of the race so HS to interfere with that or any other horses chance Is liable to disqualification unless it be proved that he was two clear lengths lu front when he crossed crossedii ii A horse which jostles another horse in th race is liable to disqualification unless It be proved that the horse interfered with was wholly in fault faultiii iii If the horse run 011 the wrong side of a post ills jockey must take him back and he must run I he course from such post postiv iv If a jockey jostle another horse or jockey bis horse is disqualified unless it be proved that tin jostle was accidental or was caused by the fault of some other horse or jockey

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