Betting Solicitors To Be Barred, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-20


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BETTING SOLICITORS TO BE BARRED LEXINGTON Ky April 19 Secretary Samuel C Nuckols Jr of the Kentucky State Racing Commission has mailed to Matt J Wiun general manager of the Kentucky Jockey Club Robert L Baker in charge at Lexington and Charles F Grainger at Churchill Downs copies of tho follow ¬ ing rule which was introduced by chairman Johnson N Ciimden several months ngo and which it is understood will be adopted at tho com missions next meeting which is expected to be held in advance of the opening of tho Lexington meeting next Thursday If any owner trainer jockey stable employe or other persons solicit bets of the public by correspondence newspaper advertising or other methods to be made on tho horses in any stable such person or parsons so offending shall bo guilty of corrupt practices on the turf and shall l e ruled off the course fined or suspended at the discretion of the stewards stewardsT T C McDowell today contracted for second call on the services of jockey Frank Murphy who is under engagement to Gallaher Brothers Murphy has been working hard and is in good condition for riding ridingJockey Jockey W Lillcy who is to ride for John Paul arrived from Louisville He will do HO this spring springAlbert Albert Johnson and IT Hamilton came with the J H Rosseter stable from Hot Springs SpringsContestant Contestant bled profusely in his work Unlay UnlaySway Sway was returned to cxorciso after a spell of sickness Bob Frakes says the Buckhorn filly Abbess has recovered recoveredO O A Bianrhi will raw E J Lynch a few times on the flat but he is intended for stccplechasing at Saratoga

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