Gilbert Is Out Of Favor: Western Jockey Ordered To Accept No More Mounts At Jacksonville.; Riding of Boy Recently Restored to Good Standing Is Unsatisfactory to Moncreif Park Officials--Jockey Butwells Fine Reduced., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-08


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GILBERT IS OUT OF FAYOR WESTERN JOCKEY ORDERED TO ACCEPT NO MORE MOUNTS AT JACKSONVILLE Riding of Boy Recently Restored to Good Standing StandingIs Is Unsatisfactory to Moncrcif Park Officials Jockey Butwells Fine Reduced Jacksonville Pla January 7 For what they termed general unsatisfactory riding the judges at Moncreif Park this afternoon ordered jockey Gilbert not to accept any more mount at the meeting The particular ride that brought about Gilberts sus ¬ pension was his handling of Chehalis in the breed ¬ ers purse Chehalis was supposed to be the good thing of the race and came in for strong support Gilbert seemingly made no effort to win and Chehalis wa never si factor at any time during the running Tlie ollkials took the view that the jockey was at fault Several oor rides had IKHMI marked against Gilbert one of which was on Elfall and getting left at the post with La Gloria yesterday did not help him any Judges Murphy and Brady are deter ¬ mined to do their part In keeping the sport here clean and up to date they have succeeded extremely well Two other riders were on the carpet during the afternoon IIarty and King These two lads participated in a duel with their whips in the second race and they were each suspended for a week Jockey Reid was set down for a week and a fine of 25 was imposed for his act in cutting across his opjKHients with Ragman in the last race Two fa vjjrites won the successful choices being Sister Phyl ¬ lis and Frank Purceli Jockey V Powers rode three winners and his followers won handsomely Tlie closest linish of the afternoon came with the running of the sixth race in which Greenbridge beat Polar Star ti head Tlie latter came with a great stretch rush and his race was a big improvement over his previous effort It Is said that jockey Biitwcll wiil l e seen in tin saddle again on Monday The line imposed on him by starter Brown has been reduced to 100 100J J F Jiartlctt owner of Rostrum Live Wiro and other good ones got In from Baltimore this morn ¬ ing ingJ J W Pangle today obtained a contract on W Wil lianis a 100pound lad wiio was in the employ of It W Walden for five years Williams will do the lightweight riding for the Dunlop stable stableA A protest has been lodged against Dee Hammonds claiming of La Heine Hindoo a few days back on the ground that Dona II which ran in Hammonds name was not in the hands of a licensed trainer The matter has been taken under advisement by the stewards and a decision will be handed down tomor ¬ row rowAmong Among the workouts at MoncreLf Park this morn ¬ ing followingCowen wero the following Cowen Mile in 140 140Green Green Seal Threeeighths in 38 38Skyo Skyo 120JHome Threequarters in 120J 108Ten Home Run Fiveeighths in 108 Ten Paces Threequarters in 119 Dixie Knight Threequarters in 119 Hasty Agnes Half mile in r rMiss Miss Sly Threeeighths in 38 38Taboo Taboo Half mile in 51 Lothario Half mile in OH OHChllla Chllla Half mile in 51 Stringency Threenuarters in 125 125Charlie Charlie 52Voltaire Eastman Half mile in 52 Voltaire Half mile in 54J 54JManheimer Manheimer Half mile in 50 50Cablegram Cablegram Mile in 148 148Elgin Elgin Mile in 148 148Pearl Pearl K Threequarters in 121 1 1Parkview Parkview Threeeighths in 37 ShaiMlale Half mile in 54

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