Tampa Arrangement To Continue.: Association Will Run Ring During Remainder of Meeting--Washington Norvell Racing Secretary., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-14


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TAMPA ABBANGEMENX TO CONTINUE Association Will Bun Bing During Remainder of Meeting Washington Norvell Bacing Secretary Tampa Fla January 13 There was no change in conditions here toila Five books all controlled by the association posted odds and most of them scored losses as every winner was extensively backed while the defeated choices received only lukewarm support with the exception of Joe Mosul The racing was interesting with close finishes iu several instances Barney Schreibers firsttime starter here Urulla and C Pattersons Pirate Diana were the only favorites to score The first named had a hard time lasting and Pirate Diana was lucky for had Necklet had the benefit of a good ride she would have been the winuer Joe Moscr was again a rank disappointment He went out as if to spread eagle liis opponents but after holding sway for a halfmile he quit badly and allowed Warner Griswell and Cloisteress to lead him home Autumn Girl ran to her best form iu the fifth race Though steered by the diminutive Steiuhardt she beat a good band which included Icariau Tlie latter had a rough trip and just missed landing second place Dredger backed for a good thing in the second race came with a great rush in the last quarter to take the purse YoungThe from Dr Young The board of directors last night ratified the trans ¬ fer of W II Fizers stock to his associates in the Florida State Midwinter Fair Association and also accepted his resignation as secretarytreasurer Washington Norvell will in future act as racing secretary and Frank Hackmau of St Louis will handle the finances financesIt It is now practically assured that tlie management of the track will run the betting ring for the re ¬ mainder of the meeting Of the outside bookmakers that are here some seem to be short of ready cash wiith which to operate and those that nave funds do not seem to lianker for drawing in Jockey inJockey A Burton was fined 25 by tlie judges for striking D Murphy in the sixth race last night Several other riders were cautioned cautionedIn In discussing his resignation as racing secretary and treasurer of the Florida State Midwinter Fair Association and the transfer of his stock iu the local track W II Fizer said Time is getting on to ¬ ward the spring racing season and I want to devote my time and attention to the preparation of my large baud of racers Boca Grande and Bye White are entered iu most of the big stakes and I want to get them fitted for the early events I have a dozen yearlings wintering iu Lexington that I will sent for at once and these will make twentyeight head the training of which I will have to supervise I have great hopes Boca Grande which colt has win ¬ tered well will carry off the 5000 Jacksonville Derby also th Kentucky Derby Matters at the track have now become routine and my services can bo dispensed with As for the sale of some of my stock it is simply a business transaction I got the price for it that I wanted and sold

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