Rule Violators Punished at Tijuana, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-11


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♦ — RULE VIOLATORS PUNISHED AT TIJUANA TMlAXA. Mexico, March 10— Oath, the Tracery gelding fiom the C. Vail -table, attempted to concede Nan McKinney. a three year-old. much weigut in the main race at Tijuana yesterday and failed, but only after a noble effort. Jockey 1. Hum i quickly look the filly to the front and raced her next to the inside tail, taking the shortest route for the entire distance and won by a safe margin. ;atu. which was installed favorite, raced in closest lull unavailing pursuit and. considering his heavy impost, ma a sparkling race. Rouen was third. Jockey J. Iluutaiiier. who goes to Fugland to rid- at the conclusion of the Tijuana meeting, reoovoi-d I lost ground yesterday, scoring a triple victory. He won with Clatkson. ladling and McLane. Further more, he finished third with Mentations and Kouen i i and was second with Due de Ouise. which was beaten only a 1-cad by Robert I... Owen. The -horte-t-prieeel winner of the day was furnished in the third race, at five and one-half fur longs, when Ilarkson, which is a candidate for the 0.0*10 Coffioth Handicap of March 19. sooted at 1 to 2. For violation of the rules governing claiming races the licen-o baaed to trainer A. I. Christie has boon | revoked and he is denied I lie privilege of the groitnos. The steward- also announced that foi practices detrimental to Ihe interests of the turf Clay McKibbcn and Richard McKibbon of Dodge City. Kus. : K. II. Glover of Coolidge, Kas., and the horses Canute. John A.. Scott Jr.. Alia M.. Jolly Cephas. Mis- linola and Young Baxter are ruled off. The license of trainer II N. Skaggs is -n-ponded j for iwenly days and the entries from Ihe stable of Skaggs Hrothors are refused for the same period. The stewards allege that those given punishment attempted lo falsify a regi-lralinn oorlifioale.

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