Horse Ruled off the Turf: Judge Murphy Takes Action Against Filly Actress-Others in Trouble, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-01


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HORSE RULED OFF THE TURF Judge Murphy Takes Action Against Filly Actress Others in Trouble. WINDSOR, OnL, August 31. On receipt cf a letter from judge Francis Nelson this morning confirming some things judge Murphy knew and also giving some new sidelights on the War Relief attempted ringing case at Cleveland, judge Murphy promulgated the following ruling : "The four-year-old filly Actress, by Meridian Paradise Queen, has been ruled off the turf and her progeny disqualified from racing. B. C. Million, William Collins and the filly Elizabeth Brice have been suspended from all privileges of the turf pending further investigation. The filly was trained for the Cleveland races at Fort Erie. A well-known trainer, who will be interviewed later, was paid a day for ten days for training her. She was delivered to Collins on the Buffalo side of the river on July 14. Further developments are expected in the case." In the meantime racing associations are warned against the filly Actress. She is a light brown, with dapples, a big star running to. a narrow strip below the eyes, some white on her left fore coronet She has a running sore on her left hind foot and shows considerable white in her eyes when rolling them.

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