Pan Zareta Is Defeated: Cane Run And Marie Miller In Front Of Her At The End.; Jockey Kederis Fined and Suspended After the Race for Rough Riding--Ting-a-Ling Wins Once More., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-04


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PAN ZARETA IS DEFEATED CANE RUN AND MAIUE MILLER IN TRONT OF HER AT THE END. Jockey Kederia Fined and Suspended After the Race for Rough Riding — Ting-a-Ling Wi::s Once More. Hot Baarlaga, Ark.. April .1.— The patrons were givii ... lade shock at Oakhrwa this afternoon with the running of the third race, in which they had contend their attention on Marie Miller to beat her former stable mate Pan Zareta. The ■poet came with the victory of Cane Bun. which beat the pair somewhat easily. Kederis had the mount on Marie Miller, and he seemingly did not care if he had to sacrifice Pan Zareta and jockey Peak to attain a victory, for he forced Pan Zareta back sharply in the first qaarter by cutting across from an outer position. This action enabled Marie Miller to take What appeared a winning advantage ami she con-tioaed to hold a good bad until well straighten d for the dash to the finish, whore Cane Bun came with a rush and BBBBPB lie leader in the last sixteenth to win by a bit more thin a length. After be* being fc rce I back. Paa Bareta seemingly eoald not get to going freely again until in the last eighth, when -he eaaae fast and finished gamely. Alter the fini-h Jadge Fitz Gerald aaapeaded jockey Kederis ."or the r main It of the meeting and iined him 00 besides. Aaother rider to Banter a merited suspt nsiou for the remainder of the in i ting was X. Taylor, who, in the opener, was astride TuiTy and forced Signer -ette. on which Heag had the inoniit. against the inner rail, causing seven injury to the Woodard rider. Taylor again wear ted to rough tactics in the second and this time King K.. an outstanding favorite, was the sufferer. Coiiinientiii on the suspension. Judge Fitz Gerald said that he would stamp cut the rough riding here, cvt.i if it necessitated the lengthy suspension of every rider at the course aivl the use ef Btabta boys as riders to ride out the remaining days of tiie meeting. Starter Morrissey also took a hand in the suspension line by suspending jockey Peak for three days for cutting across the others at the start of the third The Days Prolan of Ordinary Calibre. Outside of the handicap and the closing race, fie reotaiader of the program was of ordinary caliber, three of the races being for the poorest sort and at sprinting distances. Several of tie- finishes were close and favorite barken fared fairly well, ivaohie got up in the last tride to win in the opener. Bey Oakvvood. . II backed won in the second. OtdaaaehBe was lucky to slip throagb next to the baaec rail without laterfereaee and it enabled him to win from Irisky. The betting had a peculiar complexion in the fifth rue in that Ting a-Ling. a double previous wwiii- r, was allowed to recede fast and overwhelming support developed for Canon Bridge at post time, however, the Ting-a-Ling backing matured aad this colt proved much the best, though he had to lx- ridden hard near the end. His ilifficalty in achieving an easy victory was due lo running out on the stretch turn. Bogy John-on ran a good race to laud second place with Arch Blotter, third. Canon Bridge bad a rough race and was always outrun. Jack Campbell joined the official family here and will serve as associate judge for the remaiu-■. a- Of he meeting. Then were twenty four teyen in line this afternoon. Plld Cook being oi f the new pricemakers.

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