Purse Money Again Promptly Paid.: Horsemen Continue to Get Tangible Evidence of Financial Improvement at Mineral Springs., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-11


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PURSE MONEY AGAIN PROMPTLY PAID Horsemen Continue to Get Tangible Evidence of Financial Improvement at Mineral Springs A liberal distribution of badges by the manage ¬ ment accounted for an improved attendance at the Porter track yesterday probably WX persons vvit iiessing the decision of a card of six interesting races The horsemen were optimistic that the meeting will be carried through as per schedule The management are sanguine that they will eventu ¬ ally bo able to overcome all obstacles and establish racing at Mineral Springs on a firm and highclass basis The purse money was again paid promptly to the wiunlng owners and there is no further com ¬ plaint on this score The claim of the management that they have plenty of money for operating ex ¬ penses is for the present verified verifiedThe The success of heavily backed horses yesterday reduced the bankrolls of the strolling pricemakers The public hit them badly in five instances Her muda being the only winner to come to their relief relieflOldlash lOldlash in the opener was backed from o to 1 to 2 to 1 and made good in handy fashion Old Trump at oddson followed with an easy victory The Texans got in their work in the third race when Pedro backed from o to 1 to 2 to 1 came to the finish unattended unattendedTlie Tlie handicap went to Green 15 Morris Kiva which led Capltan Uravo all the way Nicols ride on the latter was not a masterly etlort and oc ¬ casioned adverse comment Pampinea and Marshon divided attention in tlw fifth but both were taken into camp by Hermuda Tlie closhtg dash was ac ¬ counted for by Sureon ridden by the onetime St Louis favorite AVIlIiu Dale DaleThere There arc 100 horses quartered at the course now and inquiries are being received by Secretary Wal ¬ lace if he can take care of any more moreAV AV H Martin of Auburn Neb has signified his Intention of shipping four horses to race at tin Porter track trackJockey Jockey Dreyer departed last night for Montreal where he will ride at King Edward Park ParkPresiding Presiding Judge Day announced yesterday that jockey Aubuchon may ride elsewhere elsewhereThere There will be seven vaces next Saturday including the Stock Yards Derby DerbyFormer Former jockey Frank Otis contemplates shipping his horses to Hntte Mont at the close of the Mineral Springs meeting

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