Offenders Are Punished at Reno, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-14


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m rl $ r E E. t p S: S b; by g1 j j s, g V t S tl r ,, ti tl OFFENDERS ARE PUNISHED AT RENO RENO, Nov., October 13. During the race meeting which recently ended the officials ruled with an iron hand. The strictest discipline was. adhered to, and the results brought about the cleanest kind of racing. The following are the rulings which were made by the stewards, regarding men, who, with the exception of trainer Buchanan, were restored to good standing: September 10, jockey Higueni was set down for incompetency; September 19, jockey Joe McBride was fined 5 by starter Haley for disobedience at the post; September 20, jockey W. Ormes license was revoked starter Haley for disobediency at the post;. September 20, jockey W: Ormes license was revoked for foul riding; September 22. jockey W. Mclntyre suspended and fined 50.00 for striking the mare Maudie over the nose with his whip while astride Medford Boy; September 23. jockey J. Majestic suspended for unsatisfactory ride on I. W. Harper; September 25, jockey Turk fined 5.00 for looking back while riding the horse Utelus; September 26, jockey Thompson f hied 5.00 for listless ride on the mare Plaything; September 27, jockey Thompson set down for three days for rough riding;: September 29, Jockey Joe-McBride wns fined, 5.00 for rough riding; September 30, jockey. B. Pinnegar suspended for two days for rough riding; October 2, trainer E. Buchanan indefinitely suspended for malicious conversation, which proved detrimental to the best interests of racing.

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