Big Plunge on Rising Rock: Together with Jockeys Weird Rides Bring Investigation., Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-15


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BIG PLUNGE ON RISING R0CKJE I Together with Jockeys Weird Rides Bring Investigation. ;; of — — ♦ — - ■ i Malvolio Again a Disappointment J — Kirah Victor When Exhorter !! he k Fails His Admirers. , ♦ ii i MOIMT.E. Ala.. March 14. -The eonfident support k accorded ltising Hock. the HfltlM to accept a* ! niiiiatllial price against him and the subsequent weird rides of jo keys Hyan and Doniiniik. re- | spectivedy astride IV.rt Chap-hill and hHMUh , caused the judges to begin an investigation of be race, moatiw bile i — ii t :i yr :i n order suspending the v alleged offending ridera until Hm mioallga thm is • ■ romple tod. The incident cum la the feature race, i which bronchi together ■ good band of sprint. is. i with ltising Back. Banking his initial appearance horc. ;in outstanding favorite. His willing sup- porters created I panic in their MfMBM to wager on him ami mi per-istcnt waa the backing for him that aaaari of the layers refused to handle any more money on him at any Brie*. , Hinphy cot him away fast and rushed him into , the lead, only a slight margin ahead of Kort Church ill. with Panaman following directly in their wake. j Kort Churchill was taken wide, hut Panaman saved saved much ground, keeping dose to the inner rail, and when rounding the lower turn appeared able to | lass into Ihe lead, hut Dominick willed otherwise and took him hack. Kort Churchill was al-o in a fair way of passing Wising Back until Iyan be-thought himself I* no wide in the stretch, and this enabled Uisiag Back to continue in the van to ultimately win out by a aeaat half length. Kort , Churchill IwittiiiK lanaman in the last stride by a 1 none for s cond place. A possible -hower. which threatened during the afternoon, was responsible for a redaetiaa in the sl«e of the attendance c oinpared to the pievious ,1 f. - The card coieprising i:i most cases mediocre rn-er* had big fields as starters and made the tusk of picking winners a difficult one. the layers faring the best of any day during the meeting. The only choice to gel home in front waa Rising Rack, The public began poorly at the outset when it * centered on Crest as Cue one most likely to win. He finished in second place, the locally owned Miss s La Veit.i winning easily. Roseeliff had the call in the second race, but t Ike goad thing Btewa BUI won decisively. Pi.. extensively bae keel in this race, was caughi in the ,. harrier and had little chan.e thereafter. Malvolio prored a disappointment again anil failed il badly this Ibae in the third race, which waa won n by Cupeis after leading throughout. Kirah wa- the victor in the sis. and a half furlong •- race, for which Bxhtarter WM a pronounced | eholee. Hinphy was unable to make Extorter extend ;- himself and Cacambo beat him home for second il place. The cloning dash found Mab installed favorite, hut t nguin Hinphy was unable to get his mount to per-form lit hat heel ana she was badly beaten before ,. half of the trip had been traveled. Cnikiaaek WOW n here easily after leaning all the way. with Horeb t in sec ond place and She Devil third. K. W. Mooie will ship his stable direct from here to Howie at the end of the meeting. He will stop off at his home in Nashville. Teiin.. to pick Bp T four two year-olds and a trio of three-year-olds which h: e been turned out there all winter Laajhcy. winner of two here wis shipped • to I.oWic Ibis morning by r.iiuer Raleigh Colston 1 The slables of -!ohn .1. Troxler. C.eorge Aivin and 1,1 P.l.idfield and Kinney will be sent to Louisville Sun da f .

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