Jockey MCabe Is The Star At Hamilton.: Night Mist Takes the Main Race of the Day--Jockey Nicol Denied Privilege of Riding., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-18


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JOCKEY MCABE IS THE STAR AT HAMILTON Night Mist Takes the Main Race of the Day Jockey Nicol Denied Privilege of Riding Hamilton Out June 17 Favorites fell by the wayside today in nil of the races with the Ixception of the first when the talent landed on the Mosby entry as the most likely to get the long end of the purse in which they were right the entry finishing 1 The crowd was one of the best of the mceting and every available space was tilled in the grandstand and lawns lawnsThe The riding of jockey McCabe stood out today lie having three winners Brown Tony in the first Edith Glen in the second am Wilton Lackaye in the seventh Kennedy also rode two winners Night Mist and Little Minnie MinnieThe The feature of the card was the Hamilton Itiding Club Handicap in which Polly Prim and Royal Onyx were the choice while Night Mist was prac ¬ tically unsupported They were off at the lirst break and St Jeanne went to the front and set a terrific pace closely followed by Night Mist Ken ¬ nedy on the latter began to nrgn his mount after being straightened out for home and gradually overhauled the pacemaker and won by a half length going away while St Jeanne and Royal Onyx fought placeTin it out for the second place Tin Steeplechase Handicap one of the features of the meeting went to the wellbacked Marksman which had no trouble in disposing of his opponents after taking the second turn of the course Ratilia was the only one to meet with a mishap having lost her jumpCharlie rider at the first jump Charlie Gilbert and Advancing wen making their first essay today in blinkers and broke up the starts in their respective races Ijesides licing practically left at the post Advancing was placed on the schooling MurrayFor list by starter Murray For offensive touting eCjockey Trcnbel has been denied the privileges of the track of the Hamilton Jockey Club and will be refused admission to the grounds groundsJockey Jockey Nicol having failed to live up to the pro ¬ visions of his contract with his employers will not be pcrmitUM to ncccpt any further mounts here While n reflection is Intended on the honesty of Nicol it was thought best to let him rest until the opening of Windsor

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