Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-04-03


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RACING GOSSIP Of course the California racing conspiracy is overstated Such tales are usually full of ex ¬ aggeration aggregation But fundamentally it is true Chorns Horns trouble was vanity a bad temper and the prompting to illegitimately gain what ho Lad legitimately lost in raciug racing avenues His engagement by Barney Schreiber kept the Chi ¬ cago cargo boy out of trouble longer than he would otherwise have been A few years ago he sold papers on the streets Charley Rumrill Unroll made Chorn Horn a jockey He first got into fame lines at the St Paul meeting of 1894 Chorn Horn has always been since then a masterful boy with gambling attachments Pat Dunne dropped him for reason Schreiber took him in a reforming mood The story that Schreiber allowed him to bet 7000 in markers is nqt qt true The Dutchman denies it in a personal telegram to the writer Theres Theresa no doubt about the Chinamen Cinnamon Fong 1hong or Little Pete having had a shade There are probably some more boys to punish Chevalier has long been under suspicion Dow Williams also convicted Las had him for his own for three years and more Chevalier prob probe ¬ ably got less than his share of the spoils Wil Wail ¬ liams lams used to train the Baldwin horses He is a tall good looking modest talking mulatto who married an elderly white woman with a wealth of gray hair familiar to racing people as part of the Santa Anita establishment in the days that are no more Louisville spring stake dates have been as ¬ signed os follows Wednesday May 6 Kentucky Derby 3year olds oldsThursday oldsters Thursday May 7 Debutante Stakes 2year olds oldsFriday Friday May 8 Maiden Stakes 3yearolds 3yearoldsSaturday Saturday May 9 Cadet Stakes 2yearolds 2yearoldsMonday Monday May 11 Kentucky Oaks 3yearolds 3yearoldsWednesday Wednesday May 13 Clark Stakes 3yearolds 3yearoldsThursday Thursday May 14 Louisyille Louisville Handicap all ages agesSaturday Saturday May 16 Schulte Schultz Stakes 3yearolds 3yearoldsMonday Monday May 18 Frank Fehr Fern Stakes all ages agesTuesday gestured Tuesday May 19 Burlington Stakes 2year olds oldsJockey Jockey Donnelly Donnelley who graduated from the same class as Henry Griffin and was taken to the Burns and Waterhouse Warehouse stable by Jimmio Jimmied McCormick has been released aud Maud joins Jim Shields stable in New York Shields was Grif Grief ¬ fins tutor

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