Their Opinions Differ.: Corrigan Says MIntyre Did Not Try with Notasulga., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-09


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THEIR OPINIONS DIFFER. CORRIOAN SAYS MMNTYRE DID NOT TRY WITH NOTASULGA. Trevelyan Says Her Defeat February 12 Was Not Jockeys Fault — Juclqe Post Whips tha Speedy Colloquy. New Orleans. T~i.. March 8. — There is n lively reu n here iurr the Integrity of jo-key y. Mcln-1 ii-. Edward Ootilgan, tirm in the conviction that Mclntyre «] i • 1 not iry to win with Notasulga in the 1 1 1 — i race, Tuesday, February 12, suggested to Judge Trevelyaa after Notasalgaa victory in the National Stake, that Milinviv be t ti t niiilcr 1 lie lian. Judge Trevelyan expressed a different opinion :m l declined to take action against the bov. Mr. Corricaa now tayti iie will recommend to the Uceoae eoawaittee of the American Turf Association thai hfclatyret 11- lie revoked. iii the race in which Notasulga was beaten on thai day there were thirteen atartera. There was ■ ani just after the start. Alverby waa knocked down, broke a leg ami was destroyed. Greenest, held to I • the eaane of the crowding, won. bat was dlsqjuall tit ii. Priaceaa Bae getting be porae ami Notasulga se. ..mi |,hiee. Mi-, Cerrigaa claims that he clearly saw tin- bay pall Notaaalga ap at the atari and never make a move en lier until the rat e was practl ratty aver. The Judges, however, are eqaalty aa eontitleiii that Mclntyre used every effort to win. They say thai all the evidence in the east- shows thai ii was throagh an lanlt of the rider thai Notaaalga gat away poorly, it is cited farther that wiien starter CSaaahly retained from the poet be was naked bj the eearials how the accident tt» AJverhy 01 ttiri-etl. Bath assitiy ami his assistant. Harry Mm i haw J . saiil that lackey Jack Mart hi, wb i had tit li. mint on tlieshatii. palled aefoss 1 1 the inside directly after the atari causing ■ mix up, in which halt the liehl was wedged together anil that AJverhy tell be fate thej bad goaaaa aixteeath. They said that Mclntyre was rortanate in not going down with Notaaalga, as he was right in the middle of the seriaunagu and aaved himself aaly by palling ap. Caaaidy ami hi.s assistant art- still poaitive that their view ot the accident is t lie correct one. Both TreveJyaa ami Caaaldy sue much uionght up over tin- matter ami say that they will not return to City Park in an official capacity nei ynar. Jmige Tre-velyaa today input altd Preaideal Heaalip to arrange tor a substitute lor him next week. lie says perianal business ii. Miauls his presence at Oharkittes-viile, Va., for a fortnight, bat aaya he will return here for the but two weeks of the season, that is the lit st two weeki in April It waa arranged that William Shelly is b In- the presiding judge ami David Harms will be his aaanciate. Jadge lost. , of Bariew A; ONellTa eligiblea to the lily Park and i-es.-ent Ciiy Dcrbvs. stalled today for the lirst time since January 17. lie met some tasi sprinters in the -ix farloBga handicap, hut sliowetl that he is right on edge and ready for a graetllag struggle by beating t oilaawy out after a furious drive. Jadge Post was a keen contender at all slagus. lieing right up with the leaders from the Monacal the harrier was spuing. He was ridden by .latnes ll*nnessy. It is acknowledged by ail who have seen this c dt run thai iie needs a strong, vigorous tider to make him do his best, so this makes his victory today all the more creditable. Jockey Nicol was in rare form today. He bad a mount, in every race laiahad arei in four, second in one, third in another, ami fourth in another. While schooling Are Light for James Arthur this Morning, steeplechase jockej Ckarlea Johnson got a bad laii. lb- was taken to the hospital la an un- t.nscious condition. Jot kc.v Major has not recovered •ronsi-ioiisness since his fall Willi Fabian yesterday. .n operation will be perforated tonight. l.Hiis Tauher this mm idnj. pnnhaatd of Bdward Oorrigaa at private sale the four-year-cad, tioldic in eaaapany with OoaaHtration, G oldie will be nhipped to Bcnning. A capital card is offered for tOMOtlOW af terniM.n. with the Pickwick Bteeplechaae as the stake feature. Many of the besl borsei n, training here are named .to staii. aaaaag arhich Uoaa H., Late Faster, B ■ friend. Heart ol ll.v atiutli Kara, The Thrall; Sir loddiiigtcn. Ilanute. Helined: SI. Volma, Aiabo, Lucie James; Mary Mori is, Foreigner, Beside; To baggant, Charlie Lastman. Juggler; Bitter Brown. Hull ami Qaagga have show u good form on iiiauy ... . i-ions. T. K. l.v nch.

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