Greatest Saturday Crowd: Fine Weather and Attractive Card Bring Out Big Attendance to Mexican Course, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-06


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■ T 1 1 : GREATEST SATURDAY CROWD it j , Fine vVtathtf and Attractive Card Bring Out 1 , Big Attsndarce to Mexican Course. i TIJUANA, M i.o. February 5. -When Tijuana a weather is rood, and i: is so frequently in that t i i lass that a departure really is an event, it fur- aisbes a superlative winter cliasate. II was each yesterday and wiih the chirp of tke robtna eae could inragine a beautiful spria m-irnlng en the other side of the Boddes. An attractive card d served to draw the greatest Saturday attendance of ,f . the meeting and presides! James Wood Coffroth of the Tijuana lockef Clnb, Who had ju-t repirnd from a bnilmss trip to s.;n Frnm isco, was isaorered ,fl with coagratalatioaa for the prosnerods condition of his entei prise. Bacing and iss decisions frequently lake strange :,. tarns. This is what jockey Elbert Noble probably , . t Mil. .s tonight A few days ago the stewards •■• him down for lack of effort with ins mounts. Before " the suspension took effect this young rcimsman in had displayed such a great improvement that the ie punishment was n-.i exacted. He reatinnr*1 ia rreal , t form, whipping and booting h.s horses with all his strength and was ever alert. Noble apparently ! gathered so much momentum thai be could sol ton-troi himself yesterday and n**a gnilty of rough ; riding on Pineerest, winner of the fourth race. The stewards fined him SKIP. Ii remained for the las; three races of the after-noons * card to furnish the thrills at the wire. In the fifth and feature at one and one eighth miles. !. Boisterer bong on to win by ■ nose over the favorite Yorkist. In the sixth race Torsila won by a nasi over Nan McKinney. In the seventh l| jockey Martinez, in another oae of those rousing finishes which are si. mining him as ■ determined "l reins—an, forced Don Dodge to stick his bead i1. front of Thirty Seven at the end of the three-quarters of a mile. Three favorites and one second d choice were among the seven winners and the racing g was quite forkful and pleasing. » .lining as n surprise to the talent was the £e-! feat of Yorkist, the G. Alexandra thoroughbred, by v Roisterer from the o. W. Atkinson stable. The e latter, a five -year-old son of Ethelbert. found the ,. track and the distance of a mil" and see-eighth h exactly to his liking in the fifth race and. sotting t a good pace and holding sway throughout. I sated 4 long enough to gel a nose decision. Vori.isi. at It 7 to 1 . SUght have been the victor had he no! „ turned wide entering the stretch. When straight - . ened away Yorkist closed fast and would have re eaagat Boisterer in another strid". Grace, second Kl choice in the field of six, was in close snarten ra repeatedly and finished third.

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