Suspensions At Hamilton: Stewards Of Canadian Course Discipline Various Owners And Jockeys.; R. G. Martin, J. W. Hedrick, Jockey Hopkins and Jockey Snyder Involved in Rulings--A Day of Fast and Formful Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-29


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SU SPENSIONS AT HAMILTON HAMILTONSTEWARDS STEWARDS OF CANADIAN COURSE DISCIPLINE VARIOUS OWNERS AND JOCKEYS R G Martin J W Hedrick Jockey Hopkins and andJockey Jockey Snyder Involved in Rulings A Day Dayof of Fast and Formful Racing Hamilton Out July 28 Wellbacked horses won a majority of the nices at Ilamilton this after ¬ noon Thu finishes foiiud four favorites leading their Holds while Ondramida winner of the closing dash was a strong second choice Conditions were perfect for racing the weather being hot enough lo llmbcu up the muscles of the thoroughbred and fast time was scored in most of the raws Jn the Sandringham Plate the feature race of tin card Rarncgai ran one mile and an eighth ii 1 51 while Sir Blaise ran six furlongs in hi race in 111 111Barnegat Barnegat showed in especially good porfornianee in winning his race Teahau rated him off tin tinpace pace until well into the ho stretch and when whencalled called 4di ho responded with good courage catching the leaders in the final sixteenth and litating Hamilton by a length and a half halfTin Tin KcuilWdilli Handicap which was a dash of MX furlongs found four of the live starters running closely bunched all the way The tinish resolvei Itself into a duel between Sir lilaise and Km Queen in which the former prevailed by a scam half length Less than three lengths separated tin Ilitllu Held at tin finish finishTlii Tlii local stewards had a busy session during the afternoon several rulings being given out ai the conclusion of the afternoons sort Oni brought suspension to jockey Hopkins for the re muinder of the meeting because of unsatisfactory riding and jockey Snyder was similarly disciplined for rough riding Owners J W Hedrick anu Jtoy G Martin also came under the ban bott bfing suspended the former for harboring F W SchelUe and the latter for the unsatisfactory show ¬ ing of his horses Scholke got in trouble at Norfolk last spring for the inconsistent running f the horse Irish Kid and the ruling of thi Norfolk officials was upheld by the Jockey Club A rmaJier of complaints have been made durint1 the summer that Schelke was still about the Hod rick stalilfi anl was really tlip trainer of the 4stabllshmentl although another name appeared on the program The stewards were probably satisfied that this was so hence todays ruling rulingHoy Hoy Martin the other suspended owner has been quite prominent in the selling races of late ami one of his horses Miss Kdith has been showing poor form since he took her from the Schorr stable It Is said that the running of the mare in todays ratv was responsible for the action taken takenTin Tin good long distance mare Sotemia winnei 4f the Kentucky Endurance Stakes last Fall at Churchill Downs and whicli was being pre ¬ pared for the same race to lie run next fail broke down this morning She bowed a tendon and will be retired to the Rancocas Farm in Xew Jersey where she will be mated with Lovetie LovetieJames James Johnston who arrived from New York on Friday last has a couple of Mrs Payne Whit ¬ neys horses in his stable which are being raceO in the name of Charles L Appleton He reports that James Rowe will return to Harry Payni Whitneys Brookdale farm at the conclusion of tin Saratoga meeting and that the Whitney racers will be turned over to Albert Simons There are fifty yearlings at the Whitney establishment in 4harge of jockey Joe Notter and Howe will weed them out before going Into winter quarters send ¬ ing a draft of them over to trainer A J Joyucr in Kngland KnglandMonoeacy Monoeacy Republican and Tarts have been turned out by J 0 Talbott Republican has been gelded as lias also Frank Hudson HudsonThe The twoyearold Rags was bid up 300 over her entered price by I Riley after she won but was retained by her owner Marie T was bid up to 1100 and sold to AV O KingDodds after her viclory in the second race

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