Burr Upheld in Objections, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-21


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Burr Upheld in Objections GARDEN STATE PARK, N. J., May 20. — Charles Burr, leading rider at Garden State Park, was connected with two objections raised during Saturdays card, with the stewards decision- in each case resulting in his favor. He was exonerated of any foul while riding Cinda to victory in the Betsy Ross Stakes. The objection was lodged by Logan. Batcheller aboard recov-e"r, the second horse. In the final event Burr became party of the first part, and voiced an objection against Charles Richmond, rider of Right Metal, original first horse. His objection was sustained, making Gay Gallant, Burrs mount, the official winner and giving Burr his 19th victory of the session.

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Local Identifier: drf1952052101_29_5
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800