Taylor Rides Five Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-12


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TAYLOR RIDES FIVE WINNERS TORONTO, Ont., September 11. The riding of jockey W. Taylor featured the closing days program at Dufferin Park todaj. This good "pig-skin" artist piloting five winners and finishing second with his other two mounts. Maiden Voter, Avion, Lady Bin-more and Dottas Best led all the way in their respective races and won with considerable ease, but Taylor had to put forth his best effort to enable Mormon to defeat Harp of the North in the opening dash. The day was not conductive to good racing, the track being drenched by the heavy rains of last night and today. Nevertheless a good crowd was on hand to witness the sport and were successful in locating the winners. Short priced horses accounted for the majority of the dashes.- What was probably the best field of the day participated in the sixth and it fell to Flibbertigibbet, which came from far back and managed to catch the tiring Some Baby in the stretch. Verity also came from behind to annex the show portion of the purso The suspension of jockey T. Wayt, who was set down following his ride on Sister Flo a few days ago, will be continued until October 1.

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