Gemmell Unexpectedly Badly Beaten.: Rain Leads to Defeated Favorites and Outsiders Take Most of the Races., Daily Racing Form, 1908-05-15


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GEMMELL UNEXPECTEDLY BADLY BEATEN Rain Leads to Defeated Favorites and Outsiders Take Most of the Races Oakland Cal May 11 The Swinburne Handicap at seven furlongs named for another otlicer of the Atlantic battleship licet resulted In a big upset at Oakland today Gcmmcll the acknowledged local sprinting champion was beaten by both The Mist and Orilene over a sloppy track in the compara ¬ tively slow time of 127J The Kuhicou gelding which started a heavily backed public choice was thought to be invincible and his downfall spelled financial disaster for the majority of tho big crowd present Itottig but recently springing into promi ¬ nence as a successful jockey rode Gemmcli and rode i him badly Lack of alertness at the start and subsequent suicidal pacomaking tactics presaged certain defeat before half of the journey had been covered coveredW W Cricket Kellys saddle victories were the outstanding feature of the afternoons sport The hitherto uncertain jockey scored on the solitary winning favorite Entre Nous and on two outsiders Information and High Jim He has suddenly jumped into popular favor and is tlie real thing in his line at presentThe present The KoisTigucSanford confederacy enjoyed a regular field day Joseph Tigne trained all three of the horses Entre Nous Reformation and High Gun owned by this combination combinationThe The stewards aiionnccd that W A Hoss former trainer for Koy Olfntt who was ruled off a year ago in collection with the sudden rejuvenation of the horse Marshal Noy has been reinstated reinstatedStarter Starter Kichard Dwyer lined jockeys Boland and Mentry 10 apiece aud set B Sullivan down for three days in the lirst race W Kelly drew a 25 line for misbehavior at lie i ost in the third race and Walsh and Buxton were lined 25 each in the fourth Kirschbaum was also suspended for three days daysThe The best of tlo T II Williams stable will ho shipped to Now York in charge of trainer Howcll leaving here Sunday 1 O Keeiie is said to have designs on the Seattle Derby ami is giving Boggs a special preparation for it He is reported to have refused an offer of 500 for the colt coltJockey Jockey Fischer is rapidly recovering from his re ¬ cent illness and hopes to resume riding soon soonThomas Thomas II Williams told Walter Miller who is dialing over his enforced lopg stay here that ho could leave for the cast a week from next Sunday which is two weeks less than originally contem ¬ plated platedMr Mr Williams will sell a half dozen culls Himiero Altadice El Pavo Walter Miller Who and Adona at auction a week from tomorrow tomorrowUichard Uichard Dwyers starting continues to be first class and he is frequently applauded for his work

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