Leading American Jockeys, Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-23


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LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS JOCKEYSJockey Jockey C Lang is now tied with J Hun ta ¬ mer for the leading saddle honors of the year Each have 111 winning mounts to his credit and while Lang will soon pass that mark Huntamer will not as it was only recently that he was able to be up and out after the serious accident at Tijuana that almost proved fataL It Is doubtful when he will be able to return to the saddle Langs score last week was four the same as to the credit of B Kennedy and G Williams They were the leaders for that period The stand ¬ ing of the thirty leaders since January 1 up to and including the racing of Saturday is now as follows Jockey Mts 1st 20 SdUnp PO LW LWHuntamcr Huntamcr J 490 111 84 S 20G 23 0 0Ling Ling C 400 111 79 53 212 21 4 4Wilson Wilson T 447 97 76 04 210 22 0 0Studer Studer C 427 G3 70 02 232 15 0 0Penman Penman I 249 63 43 30 113 2o 0 Prible D 274 53 38 37 145 19 0 Kennedy B 244 49 39 33 123 20 4 427G Wilson A 27G 4B 50 43 131 17 1 Williams G 237 48 41 37 103 20 4 Hum P 323 42 45 33 203 13 13Gnrner Gnrner II 228 42 43 41 100 19 19Wayt Wayt T 223 4i 33 35 103 19 19Kosantnvski Kosantnvski W 283 39 47 47 155 14 14Morris Morris L 176 39 36 1C 83 22 22Thomas Thomas H 277 33 33 40 ItU 11 11Scheffel Scheffel B 213 35 34 30 150 11 11Fa Fa tor M 243 31 33 32 147 12 12Noble Noble B 133 30 18 29 HO 23 23Pool Pool B 192 30 19 3fl 107 Pickena A 142 29 25 14 74 20 Kelsay V 192 23 23 23 114 15 Lons II 232 27 13 21 100 12 Carter R 229 27 12 14 170 12 Maiben J 222 2f 29 32 135 12 Hunt F 100 IT 27 23 90 16 Slartinez P 200 2l 25 20 123 13 Gross C 212 2f 27 25 134 12 Ilrooke T 131 21 21 15 C7 18 0 0Mooney Mooney 3 D 1S1 24 13 23 118 13 1 Halls G 25C 23 38 33 1O1 03 0 OFFER ENTERTAINING CASD Continued from first page was out in front Marmelli had only to sit still and rate him along alongEleven Eleven cheap platers to race threequarters was tho second offering and J J McCauley furnished tho winner in Bright Lights that raced for Robert I Gerry last year drew out at the end readily after ha followed the pace to win by four ler j from Thomas Monahans Quesada with A Harpers Care Free third End Man was first to show out of the bunch after a good start but nearing the stretch turn tired and Bright Lights went on to tako command At the same time Care Free challenged and for an instant threatened to come on but Bright Lights had plenty left and in the final eighth came away readily to win winLady Lady Zeus after being outrun all through tho early stages of the mile and a sixteenth of the third race found her way through in the stretch to be homo a good winner from Buxom while Edward Arlingtons I ord Her ¬ bert was just along in time to take third from Drummond in the last stride strideDrummond Drummond Armistice and Buxoni were the early leaders and of tho trio Buxom laslcd best though she waa tiring badly at the end Lady Zeus steadily improved her position and was good enough to circle the field and como on to a good lead in the last eighth Armis ¬ tice had no excuse and old Drummonds legs evidently bothered him before the end of tho race Lord Herbert met with some slight interference and was finishing fast to tako the short end of tha purse purseMorvich Morvich the unbeaten champion will worl tween the third and fourth races with tha Colors up tomorrow tomorrowAl Al Beutler of the Pinkerton forces and wall known in racing circles where he has I cen employed for several years on the vari ¬ ous tracks is seriously ill illSuperintendent Superintendent Pels has issued an order to trainers at Belmtmt Pak forbidding tho use of the main track for training after 10 oclock in the morning morningSuperintendent Superintendent Brennan has had tho Cali ¬ fornia harrows rut on the Aqueduct track loosening up the top soil and while fast work time is not possible now tho improve ¬ ment in the fooling for training purposes is greatly appreciated by the horsemen horsemenGeorge George Odom has I purchased tho good threeyearold filly Emotion from John E Madden for Marshall Field the Chicago sportsman Emotion is a daughter of Fair Play and Affection and after the sale she was withdrawn from the fourth race at Continued on twelfth page OFFER ENTERTAINING CARD Continued from third page Jamaica It was announced that Robert L Gerry is a partner in the purchase and tho filly will probably be raced under his silks Mr Field is abroad abroadJ J D Coburn has donated Sammy Kelly to the Breeding Bureau and he will be shipped to Front Royal and put into the army stud there thereThomas Thomas Welch acting for Joseph E Wid ener has sold the fouryearold Pilgrim to S L Burch Pilgrim Is a son of Garry Herrmann and Zoola and accordingly a brother to Pickwick and a half brother to the good threeyearold Runantell He fell in his last race at Jamaica JamaicaMortimer Mortimer Murphy has sold the plater Lucky Girl to E Lucas LucasJockeys Jockeys Butwell Buxton and C Lang who went to Toronto to ride in the Kings Plate at Woodbine Saturday all returned to Ja ¬ maica maicaT T J Healey acting for Richard T Wilson has sold the threeyearold gelding Manna to L Meripole and he will be raced over the Canadian circuit He has been named to start in the second race but was scratched after the sale saleEdward Edward Arlington has bought the filly Bernice K from Sam Louis and added her to his string This filly is a daughter of Golden Maxim and Eva K a daughter of The Friar

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