Many Ruled Off., Daily Racing Form, 1903-06-21


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MANY RULED OFF. Detroit, Mich., June 20.— Presiding Judge-J. A. Murphy supplemented his ruling of" yesterday in the Sarah Black— Aimless case-by the following decision: E. E. Farley, T. E. Glenn, H. H. Kingsbury and the horses-* Versifier, Aimless, Sarah Black, Gloria Mundi and Anglesea are ruled off the turf. Harry Leechman of Cincinnati and ex-jockey Frank Leigh are suspended pending further investigation Into their connection with~the- Sarah Black— Aimless case. The horses Dieu-donne and Jim Taylor are suspended pend— /ng investigation into their ownership. Farley is registered as the trainer of the-latter. Farley himself disappeared last night and it was said that he went to Cincinnati. Leechman and Leigh left here yesterday for Washington Park with the horse Radford,, which they purchased from J. W. Pught Wednesday last. T. K. Lynch.

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