Summary Action for Form Reversals: Sudden Improvement of Horses Arouses Judge Hamilton-Favorites Continue to Score, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-23


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" Si w ii Id A v rt . n of r; to r I i I | | t t I t SUMMARY ACTION FOR FORM REVERSALS. H Sudden Improvement of Horses Arouses Judge Ham- B ilton — Favorites Continue to Score. Los Angeles, al.. January 22.- Judge Hamilton was on the warpath today and ordered the future s entries of Suzerain and Sly Ben refused. Their t race* according to his judgment showed glaring in- r consistency and he is determined to give racing ; lovers of Los Angeles as clean sport as possible, i number of other horses are being carefully j watched and the moment their performances show -reversal of form they will be dealt with in a like || manner. b Jockey C. H. Shilling drew a 0 line from starter , i Dwyer today for disobedience at the post. t R. K. Carman will ship Riilemau to Oakland to run in the Burns Handicap. Mr. Carman is san- f guine of Rifleman winning the 0,000 race. | Mrs. W. Holland will send Colonel Jack and the | Keene Bros, will ship Clamor on the same train, f A. J. Levy, the well-known bookmaker, arrived i today and will cut in next Saturday. , Only seventeen looks drew in today, a falling off one. Most of the pcucillers are heavy losers and J this accounts for • the comparatively small cut in. ] Harcourt. on the strength of his previous good i race, was made a decided favorite in the opener, c but lost the race by a head. Duke of Bridgewater. which ran lapped on Harcourt throughout, finally , wore him down in the closing strides. Henry of Shennautere. at a long price to win. but well backed i finish in the money, was an easy third. i Hampass repeated his good race of last week and | was an easy winner over Madeline Musgrave in the second race. They received «11 the support of those simulatively inclined and the speculators were accordingly put in good humor early in the afternoon. In the third race another pronounced favorite won when Taylor George scored in a lucky effort. Gos-siper II. would have won in a few more strides. Magazine and Rcsegal closed equal choices iu the fourth race and finished first and third respectively after racing as a team all the way to the wire. Croston, in a fast closing rush, separated the two iu the last fifty yards, taking second place from Rosegal. Pretensiou and Sir Edward, both recent winners, were beaten off and were never really dangerous at any stage of the race. Dazzle set the pace iu the mile and a quarter selling race which followed, but found the distance too far. Livius. the favorite, trailed the others in the early running, but closed up like a shot in the . last quarter and got up to win in the last few strides of a remarkably game finish. The last race of the day resulted in an upset, the Commando tilly. Slippery, finishing first in a , close drive with ancient Aunt Polly and IHtNN, The latter was unlucky, got off badly and in ado up , so much ground as to make it sure she would have won if oft well.

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