Juarez Stewards Issue Unique Ruling.: Jockey Is Suspended as the Result of Unsatisfactory Ride On a Two-Year-Old Maiden., Daily Racing Form, 1915-04-08


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JUAREZ STEWARDS ISSUE UNIQUE RULING RULINGi i Jockey Is Suspended as the Result of Unsatisfactory Ride On a TwoYearOld Maiden 101 Paso Tex April 7 Slightly cooler weather greeted racegoers at Juarez today The special feature of a less cumbersome card than has been the rule of late was the Monterey Handicap a mile dash that brought together a lair lot of the better grade of horses in training at the Mexican track There were live starters with Heulah S and Trans ¬ act lignriiig as joint favorites The iirst named got up at the end of a furious drive to win by half a length from Mud Sill with Transact a neck away and a similar distance in advance of Goldy Cordie F which had essayed the role of pace ¬ maker in the early running brought np the rear The rearThe race for twoyearold maidens with which the program was opened went to the credit of the wellbacked Xoyiiim from the Newman stable T I Sugg the oddson favorite of the race was beaten a nose for second place by Little Luck LuckKathleen Kathleen was held in highest esteem for the second but was beaten by Xoble Grand one of the second choices Fafner winner of the third was a receding favorite Freda Johnson whose chances looked anything but promising until the race was practically over came from behind to win the fifth from Hriton and Hazel C The thiid favorite of the afternoon scored when Zeno tek accounted for the sixth race and the tinal race went to the credit of John Hurie one of the outsiders outsidersFollowing Following a bad ride that jockey Hoy Carter gave the colt Billy Culhertsou in todays opening race the following ruling was handed clown The stewards at present acting at the Jockey Club Juarez course are not in sympathy with the permitting of owners and jockeys to cover up a maiden twoyearold On this account in the tirst race today after the gelding Hilly Cnlbertson had wen laid up by H Carter that rider was taken off of his other mounts of the afternoon and will not bo permitted to ride again at this meeting Jockey meetingJockey M Garner was lined 50 by the stewards for rough riding with Golf Hall in the third race Florence raceFlorence Kripp and Hagatelle died of lung fever within the past two days The former was owned by II T Hatchler a Texas turfman while Haga ¬ telle was owned by Mrs Honeywell of Kl Paso

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