Triple Win for Huntamer: His Riding Feature of Wednesdays Racing at Tijuana-Another Victory for Yorkist, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-27


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TRIPLE WIN FOR HUNTAMER1 His Riding Feature of Wednesdays Racing at 1 j Tijuana — Another Victory for Yorkist. TIJUANA, Mexico, Jaaaary Jfi. —Yorkist, freak fioin his victory af the etfcef day. carried off fiist Loners in the fifth and featuie race at Tijuana Wednesday afternoon. It was a gallop at one mile and a sixteenth and Yorkist received the bulk of the wagering in the COat—t. He disappointed none and won like any odds on favorite should win. Yorkist is in fiue fettle ut this time and it will take a fast plater to tiiin him. This Ma of Yorkshire Lad — Lady Kilmarnock raced behind the leaders under stout restraint until rounding tie- laat turn, where jockey Huntnmer gave him his lit ail. At this point Yorkist ru-hed to the front and from there on victory waa assured. He won in a caatet by three lengths from Hobby Allen and Roisterer. After that race it was leaned that Alexandra, who had saddled the winner, had filled the stall made raeaat when he teat Veteran Sunday by claiming Hobby Allen. The consideration was yC.-OO. The outstanding feature of the d*y was the excellent boraeamaaakdp of jockey .1. Baataaaer, who turner! in three victories. These were on Blppara, Torkial and Smiling Maggie. The-e constituted three of the four favorites which were sucees-ful. An old Tijuana favorite, which lias raced here each year since the inception of the sport, in January. ]J1»», scored hi- annua! victory. This is Zam-loch, the eleven-year-old son of .Jeneral Roberts — Woolen, which lasted long enough to lake the third race from Mrs. Hat and Patter. It was a light fit. with Eaatteeh having a nose advantage over Mra. while she beat Hetlar by two lengths. In an effort to stamp out rough riding the stew-arda di-played by their rulings that no unfair liorse-BMBBBtip will be tolerated at the Tijuana race track. The most severely dealt with rider waa .;n-key Rerry. who yesterday had liis first mount in many days. Perry had just finished a suspension, but evidently the di-cipline to which he had been subjected had not accomplished the desired parpoae of the officials. Hence when this boy continued rough riding yesterday afternoon he was notified that his license had been revoked For rough riding in the seventh race of Tuesday jockey .l.ii ohs. the sole colored rider at the track, was fined hB"• ! and given to understand that a repetition of the offense charged agair*t iiim would result in a more drastic punishment. Jockey K. Noble was another to feel the wrath of the officials of the pagoda. He was indefinitely suspended for 1111- -satisfactory riding and lack of effort. C. T. B.Kits. California, breeder, announced this morning that lie had purchased the mares Hope Princess, Doublet II. and Susan M. These will be used for breeding purposes at his farm in the northern part of the state. r

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