Ruling Against Horsemen, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-05


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RULING AGAINST HORSEMEN CONNEAUT LAKE, Pa., July 4. At the conclusion of the racing today the judges issued a ruling affecting a number of horsemen and horses which have been taking part at this meeting. For practices detrimental to the best interests of racing the following horsemen will be denied all privileges of the track of the Tri-State circuit and the further entry of their horses will be refused in future: E. W. Plunkett, N. B. Plunkett and the horses Kitty Johnson, Olive May, Margaret Dixon and Voter ; D. A. Cohen and E. C. Goodley and the horses Theodosia and Restless; C. Middleton and the horses Mc-Adoo, Purdey and Betsys Pet. The horse Catoctin, owned by J. L. Estra-brook, which has been in the Middleton stable, is not affected by the ruling.

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