Horsemen Helping Out: Notify Racing Secretary to Cut Purses at Culver City Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-06


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1 HORSEMEN HELPING OUT 1 Notify Racing Secretary to Cut . Purses at Culver City Track. "Willing to Do Their Part In Restoring Sport . in Southern California Riders at Los Angeles Track. LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 5. The horsemen i racing at Culver City showed that they ; are willing to do their share in keeping the : i meeting going by notifying racing secretary 1 1 W. "W. Finn that they would accept a cut i in purses. The weather has been a big t drawback to the success of the racing, as a with the exception of the opening day it 1 has been, strange to relate, cold and dis- ; : agreeable, keeping the attendance down i much below expectations. There are plenty of horses here, with re- ; cent additions from New Orleans and i Brownsville, Tex. Arthur McKnight, who is doing the starting : : at the present meeting, is paying his first visit to Los Angeles since the old days at . Ascot Park, when he was assistant to the i late Dick Dwyer, from whom he received his early schooling in the art of starting race horses. The following is a list of tho jockeys riding i here: Jockey. Yvt. Jockey. AYr. L. Crcery 9S C. MeCorklc 10G K. Kensinjer 108 J. Kellum 105 I. Sykes 110 J. Cowan 94 T. Intel 10 K. Hoaulund 0." C. Buel 110 H. Rettis 107 II. Copeland 108 K. T. Moore 10G Joseph McBride 105 J. Stevens 90 0. Greenwood 10G T. Johnson Ill J. Fredericks .101 W. Manders 110 11. Kynn 102 T. Jarvis 110 15. C. McEwen 112 If. Clements 110 If. Hay SO J. Maranvillc 107 William Varley 112 W. Organ 105 I. Bauer 110 1. Ietzoldt 103 J. Fouts 110 A. McDonald 90 J. B-allie 110 J. Dawson 103 C. Gross 107

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