Good Sport at Cleveland: Jockeys B. Tiner and O. Pernia in Limelight, Each with Three Winners, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-10


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GOOD SPORT AT CLEVELAND Jockeys B. Tiner and 0. Pernia in Limelight, Each With Three Winners. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 9. Claiming races made up todays program at Brooklyn Park and, though lacking any pronounced feature, the card attracted a good week-day crowd. Most interest centered in the running of the fifth race in which Clock Stocking triumphed with ease over a mediocre band. Tiner waited with the winner until the half-mile post was reached, then sent her to the front with a rush and she drew away in the stretch to win with ease, while Balefull beat the tiring Beg Pardon by two lengths for second place. Matinee Idol was outrun all the way. The closest finish of the day came with the running of the fourth race, when Spods, Holly Boy and Louise Wagner finished closely grouped with Spods getting the verdict over Holly Boy by a neck. The latter in turn defeated Louise Wagner by a half-length for second place. Jockeys B. Tiner and O. Pernia were much in the limelight, they sharing the riding honors with three each, the former winning with Summer Sigh, Clock Stocking and Carnarvon, while Pernia had the mount on Rapid Stride, Spods and Eye Bright. The latter made it a double for owner Eastman, he having won the second with Rapid Stride. Starter Marshall Cassidy received a telegram from J. P. S. Atkins stating that all stalls at Tijuana had been taken and asking that all horsemen be so informed. J. Dreyer was an arrival from Aurora with True American, Okeechobee, Long Green and others. C. M. Yzquierdo, represented in the second race by Florence B. Walker, claimed Rapid Stride from A. S. Eastman for 600.

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