Ingleside To Be Cut Up., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-29


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INGLESIDE TO BE CUT UP San Francisco Cal January 28 A deal is pend ¬ ing by which the InglcsidtJ track will be cut up into huilduiii lots President Thomas II Williams of tha New California Jockey Club 1ms given an option to a number of real estate men who arc promoting the project and will likely subscribe to a block of stock if negotiations are concluded It is planned to make of the site a restricted residence district with at ¬ tractive surroundings Tauforan track will be re ¬ served for racing purposes Jockey purposesJockey A Walsh was suspended for a week for rough riding that caused the defeat of Chantilly in the third race at Oakland today The boy was on Gramercy and when Chantilly was closing fast in the stretch he pulled out and interfered with him As It was Chantilly was only beaten a neck by Ben Stone StoneFine Fine weather prevailed but the track was still heavy Burbiy well supported by stable connec ¬ tions made an improved showing in the twoyear old race and won from Robert Hurst Buckthorn favorite In the longdistance race got up just in time to win from Sink Snring Meltondale added another purse to the credit of his stable when he led all the way in the tifth Lena Lech was heavily backed to win the last race but lost much ground on the stretch turn and finished third Thistle Belie and Biskra leading her at the finish finishL L Wilson ruled off in lli7 for air unsatisfactory ride on Mary B Clark was today restored to good standing by the stewards of the New California Jockey Club ClubH H G Uoss who is racing a stable at Oakland is a steward of the Victoria Country Club under whoso auspices racing was held at Victoria B C last year He beliaves racing in British Columbia will be conducted differently this year on account of the antibetting agitation in Canada It is his opinion that the duration of the meetings at Victoria and Vancouver will be curtailed and that parimutuel and auction pool speculation will take the place of bookmaklng Mr Ross figures that Victoria and Vancouver will each have a meeting of fifteen days in the spring aud a fall meeting of the same dur ¬ ation

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