C. E. Durnell in Severe Trouble: Is Practically Ruled off for Life by the Jockey Club, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-14


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C. E. DURNELL IN SEVERE TROUBLE. Is Practically Ruled Off for Life by" the Jockey Club". New York, December 13. At a meeting of the Jockey Club held last night and attended by stewards James It. Keene, II. K. Knapp, Andrew Miller, F. K. Sturgis and J. II. Bradford, and Chairman August Belmont presiding, a resolution was passed instructing the secretary to notify all of the jockey clubs racing under the jurisdiction of the Jockey Club, that the further entries of horses in which Charles E. Durnell was interested, should be refused. No announcement was made after the meeting adjourned wliy this action was taken. It is rumored in some quarters that the Jockey Club may release jockey E. Dugan under the rules of racing from Durnell, and should this step be taken it is learned from the same sources that he will ride next year for Harry Payne Whitney. The report of S. S. Howland, who represented the Jockey Club in the stewards stand at Benning, was received, read and approved. The report of Henry J. Morris, who was the Jockey Club steward at Pimlico, was also read, and the stewards indefinitely suspended .jockeys Diggins and Englander. The action taken by the Washington Jockey Club in ruling off the horse St. Joseph and barring his owner, Joe Marrone, from the track was on motion approved.

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