The Turk Goes Wrong in Race: R. F. Carman Announces Retirement Fo Son of [Illegible] T. J. Brown in Trouble at Charleston, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-31


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THE TURK GOES WRONG IN RACE, R. F. Carman Announces Retirement of Son of Hcno T. J. Brown in Trouble at Charleston. Charleston, S. C. January :;o. Todays attendance al Palmetto Park was easily the largest of anv week-day crowd that his witnessed the racing this season. It was ladies day. Warm weather contributed towards the enjoyment of the sport. The racing itself was spirited and close. The selling handicap at seven furlongs was regarded as the chief offering of the card and resulted in victory for L. Marions Celesta, the favorite, over Monocacv and Star Actress. The lilly run in her best form and under capable handling disposed of Monocac,-iu the stretch wftcr a brief .struggle. She was entered for S1.C0O. and. bid up to ,200 bv S. A. Clopton. was retained by her owner. Jockey McTaggart again came into the limelight by piloting three winners. He inaugurated his silicoses by lauding Volthorpe winner of the third race, followed it 1 1 1 with Celestas victory and linished by bringing Kinuiiiiidy home lirst n the closing dash. The Turk. Iavorite for the last race, went amiss during the running and was never ronnidabe. R. F. Carman announced that no further effort will be made to train him and that he will be mated with several mares this season. Probably the bc.-t two-year-old uncovered during Ihe meeting made his l"Imt in the lirst rac in Raveuhail. a slashing-looking youngster by Out of Uracil Miss McMcckin. running in the interest aad colors of J. Forsytlie. James P. Ross, who is here soliciting entries Tor the slakes offered by the Kentucky Association frills coming spring meeting, purchased at private terms today from J. O. Talbott that once good racer Magazine, which lie intends to shp to Lexington at once for retirement lo the stud. Magazine has previously been in the stud and several of his get will make their racing debut this year. Thomas .1. Itrown. owner of Coppertown. Riilgar-i.-ui and other Imrsps. was today tilled 200. his horses were nispendnl for two weeks by the stewards and his jockey. F. Murphy, was suspended for the rest of the meeting. This came as a result of the action ol" Brown in striking assistant starter Lynch while in Ihe paddock this morning. Hie altercation, according to the evidence adduced by the steward, was due to jockey Murphys misrepresentation lo Ill-own thai Lynch had held anil whipped Coppertown while at the post in the lifth race yesterday. Itrowii was lined .$:! additionally this morning by a local magistrate for striking Lynch. The stiff lim -mil suspension imposed by the stewards was probably d-ic to the fact that tln-y considered ISrowns offense the graver because Ilrown at various times has keii. engaged as starter and assisiant starter. Alter Sherlock Holmes won the liflli race this afternoon he was bid up from an entered price of .S100 lo 05 by .1. TVdd and was bid in by h!s owner. Jockey P.yrne ib-parlcd this morning Tor Aiken. S. C. where he will visit his father-in-law. W. II. Karrick. who has charge of the horses owned by Messrs. II. K. Kuapp. F. R. Hitchcock and S. L. Parsons. J. W. Johnson, owner of the good colt. Sir l-dgar. departed this morning for Cincinnati on a brief business trip. Senor J. Todd, secretary of he Venezuela Jockey Club, who is here ill search of racing material, has registered his colors with the Jockey Club and will race his purchases at Palmetto Park before shipping theiu to South America. lie has about concluded negotiations for Ilcnedictina and Accord. He bought Relle of Normandy on Saturday last out r the auction sale in the paddock. Jcseph McLennan received word from Albert Koir-bach. secretary and general manager or the Con-naught Park Jockey Chili, that he would be here next week to interest horsemen iu the meetings to be held at Ottawa this season. Among Ihe trials at Palmetto Park this morning were: I.aiu Dance - Half mile in 50. Reirast Three -eighths iu ::7. I.rave Cuiiarder - Half mile in Carbureter Three-quarters in l:lSf.. Charlestonian Hair mile iu 40. Chuckles Three-quarters iir 1:21. Czar Michael Three-eighths in Floral Day Throe-quarters iu 1:21. Font Three-quarters in 1:20. Cfolden Treasure Three-quarters in 1:21. Incision Five-eighths in 1:04. Jack Kellogg Three-quarters in l:20,f,. John Furlong Three-quarters in 1 :20. Marjorie A. Hair mile in 4!l".-.. Republican Seven-right lis in 1:"1. Reputation Three-quarters iu 1:21. Scrimmage Three-eighths iu STw. Sercnata Mile in 1:44. Shackleton Half mile in 50. Tom Hancock Three-quarters In 1:21.

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