Jockey Shilling Makes New Move, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-27


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JOCKEY SHILLING MAKES NEW MOVE HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., September 2C The Carroll Shilling controversy took a new turn Saturday afternoon when his attorneys, armed with an injunction issued by Walter Preston, judge of the Circuit Court of Harford County, instructed Shilling to seek a mount and ride in u race. Shilling appeared in the jockeys inclosure and announced his engagement on Rinkavous, a starter in the thidr race. The injunction was issued to Shilling to exercise his right to use the license that had been granted to him by the Maryland Racing commission. Rinkavous, programmed as owued by II. Pigeon and trained by M. Ilackett. Was senile led from the race on the orders of the p-iddock judge when the trainer failed to report the horse the customary thirty minutes before race time as specified by 1 racing rules.

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