B. Marinellis Lucky Day: Crack Rider at Tijuana Miraculously Escapes Serious Injury, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-21


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• i V. ? i l ol r . ob and; j | ; , the ,. " " j , as ; _| J • t ,1 the „■ iu in I audi „l i,. f I |.. B. MARINELLIS LUCKY DAY Crack Rider at Tijuana Miraculously Escapes Serious Injury. SAN DIEGO, lei.. February LO. Suiiiiii, riike weather mimI an sttraetive card baoaghl out a large crowd to the Tijuana track yesterday and they witnessed an afternoon of rachag replete with thrills. Jockc] B. Marivelli had a narrow escape from serious injury, if not ■ fatality, in the first race. As the hie, field of horses were thundering around the far lara, Bwcel Tooth, which had -aepiHll o|| One Cf 111. hoisos heels. »||s s.ell to stnmble. Willi a crash Mineral Jim hit him ;•!..!! a hi down, throwing Jockej Edgier heavilj to the groand. .lu-t behind the latter cam.- Cafeteria. with Maiinciii in the saddle. He was unable clear Ihc fallen horse and the crowd groaned as Cafetet ia was. * en to ge daa a. /. brier scrambled lo his feet, but the little Italian laj ca the track apparently unconscious. However, when the patrol Judge picked him np In s on regained his senses and was aide to return tin- jockeys room unassisted. He »a- aide t.. nu lis rcmaiiiinu engagements and when the horses paraded to the po-i in the second race hi emerged from the paddlck astride of Aunt Annie. The Uld ieemiugl] forgot alamt lis narrow escape of the nrcvivus race ami hustled his mount ahmg ami. a eanalng finish in which the proverbial blanket could have covered the first six horses, Anal Annie won by three-quarters cf a length, while Dieneru was a half length in front of Mabel Pule, m.h- nielli followed np hi- success by blading Goldle peso a winner in the third race. The despised outsider. Bob Baker, peyiag better than 1". t.. i and running In the colon of I. Pais u, proved the vie! r in the fifth and feature race of Ihc afternoon. He won in easj fashion from Hie -I to 1 Shot, Water Willow, with aval c.i. lour II. ill third place. The favorite Piedra ran a had race, never being prominent at any stage the c.i -t. Hamilton A., which W. Walker claimed from John Suite tor 93.000 a tea week- ago, has proven a bad investment for lis present owner. In his race yesterday be palled np on three kegs and could hardly pur his off hind leg down after his Jockey had dismounted and he was being led lack to stall. Jockeys Th mpsnn and Marinelli were Ha ot standing stars of the saddle yesterday, each ridlag two wiaaets. A— . r 1 j 1 to] ,, i ; I , ! , I j lo „ I i I ,! ] ,. in i, ,| e c, r A. .. u I n of ■f u D d y his ta I -

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