Four for Jockey Studer: His Riding Distinctive Feature of Fridays Tijuana Racing-Metcalf Severely Punished, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-29


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1 1 1 1 : • • [ l I 1 • • 1 t . i : r . ■ I 1 I "• 1 . ; ! I • I j t ! t 1 j 1 • -— — 1 FOUR FOR JOCKEY STUDERi His Riding Distinctive Feature of Fridays Ti-1 i juana Racing — Metcalf Severely Punished. TIJUANA, .Mexico. Jaaaary M. ■ Jockey c. stn- der. B lad who raase hie at the eomnienceinen: of the meeting as .111 ohs. tire aiprent ice rider, --today rode ton winners, three of Which were in sin -ce-sion. ami topped his afternoons work With B display of hor-emanship the like of which has not been seen at the bonier COOTS* in many day*. Bta del- onward 1 11-h for saddle honors commenced iu the second race. In this a large band of platers faced starter Hariy Mm ri-seys harrier and the onlv thing nece-sary tor Snider to do was to get his" mount off to good advantage. This he did and Iueblo. the favorite, showed the way by a wide margin throughout. This success wa- followed hy a victory in the third, another race in which he managed to land fabflla in front by a head from Clear Lake and Ala.iah. In this race lie was helped hy an accident, which for a time threatened to be a Btllaan fall. Ju-r as the field in the race had entered the stretch Virge, ridden by jockey Carter. and tiring, appeared to step on Alajahs heels. Horse and rider went down and the crowd held their breath in anxiety for those behiud her. All .scaped except Emma Weller, with jockey Parke up. who was unable to clear the prostrate horse and rider. Iu turn sin- fell over Virge amidst the groans of the spectator-. However, both jockey-arose and were able to walk off the ionise Baas sisted and upon examination at tie- track hospital were found to be suffering no injuries beyond a bad shaking up. Studers most striking exhibition of horseman-hip came in the fourth race, a mile gallop for horses which hail never won at the distance. In this Stu der had the leg up on Wise Judge. The latter was away none too well and rounding the first turn Wise Judge, racing next to the inside rail, was hopeles-ly pocketed, this stale of affairs still ex- iated White the field was racing down the back stretch, with no hope of an opening in sight. Those who held tickets on Wise Judge seemed doomed to disappointment, a- the Tarn o Shanter hor-e seemed to be walled in by horseflesh on all sides. It was during this precarious position that Studer showed his coolness, stayed where lie was, ever on the alert for a chance to slip through. This came as the field swung into the stroteh, where an opening came of narrow width. In the winkling of an eye Studer took advantage of the chance and at la-t. finding a dear path, he sat down and rode a finish hat was as idea sing to the eye as an artists mas- lerpiece. His efforts were crowned with slices-. for Wise Judge scored by a head from View and Old Homestead in a rousing finish. Studers fourth win was on Short Stop, in the seventh race, which won in a canter from Nashotah and Yeitnak. J. A. ParBOB added another purse to his extensive winnings when his Huron II. led a small but select band of the better class sprinters home first in me fifth and feature race of the day. It was a five- eighths dash and the son of Sweeper and Zuna turned iu a -peedy performance by running the short di-iance in 1:91%, winning in n canter from Shifty and Mayflower. J Continued on second paxe. I -i • ! ] . i • « a | i : | : i i FOUR FOR JOCKEY STUDSR Continued from first p»ge. ilii wrath of the stewards descended upon tiio bead "f Jockey Metdaf. who rode Judge Ham y, winner of the first race. They gave the jocki.v a twenty-day suspension for catting ai ross in front of hi- opponents ai the Uart. Jack Deaapsey, woild- bea try weight chaaipiaa, ae eoaapanied bjr Mark Kelly, simrts editor of the Los Angeles Examiner, were among the motor arrivals of this evening. The Champion, a great admirer of the thoroughbreds and personal friend of president .lames Coffroth. plans to pis- a few days at the Tijuana race Jockey P. Seal, aae of the hading apprentice tiller- iii Western Canada last year, wheat contract was recently parchaaed by J. A. Parson, took "French leave* on his employer last Bight. To a few friend- be iniifihd that he was through as a jockey aad that h" was leaviag for parts unknown Through an oversight s - •: ii atake candidates wiios. i.unis were not Included iu tin- pamphlet listing Hie nominees will be eligible to -tart in the various fixtures in arhich they have been named. These names wire forwarded hj telegraph from New Orleans. Tbe telegram on the subject went astray. The owners of tie-" horse- later ashed on. lining their nomination-. It was then tint tl" Jockey Clab made an invest igation ami learned from tin- camps BJ transmitting the wire that sach telegram had been sent. The t-ompaay famished pie Jockey ClUD with a certified copy Of the original This wis accepted as proof that the following thoroughbreds are eligible: .1. II. Laachbeuaa Kitty Williams for the Tijuana Futurity; J. A. Cobaras Modesty for the Derby aad his bay filly by imp. Prissle and hap. Seemly for the ruturity: T. t. Webbers Knot Crass foi Hie Derby; A. Marroaea Bt. Angela for the Juvenile Stakes .uai Futurity; L Hperiinga Kammy -lay for the Tijuana Cup; I I. Hollands I.rumado for Hie Coffroth and P. B. Groal Hotel Handicaps ami the Tijuana Cup. hi- Swi-epy for the P. S. Granl Hotel and the Derby, and b. g. Assagai— Affinity, and eh. f. Iltiintis Alia iOr. Jockey C. Thampaoa aad K. I". Beagram, Caaa-d au breeder and sportsman, cbbm to tanas through Barry Morrissey, the latter actiag a- Seagrams agent, Thompson has contracted to rule tor tin-Canadian owner. The tenpa of the contract are •*:."tt a month, with an additional 00 a month bonus providing Thompson lives up to his contract. He is to receive si!ih for winning each stake. • o" for ordinary winning mounts ami ! l-"i for any others.

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