Jockeys Valets Must Go: Southern Jockey Club Votes For Their Banishment From Turf.; Moncreif Park Management Takes Immediate Action in Line with Recommendation of Governing Body., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-03


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JOCKEYS YALETS MUST GO SOTTTKESN JOCKEY CLUB VOTES FOR THEIR BANISHMENT FROM TURF Koncrcif Park Management Takes Immediate Action Actionin in Line with Recommendation of ofGoverning Governing Body Jacksonville Fla February 2 Tlio Miami Selling Stakes for t hi ccy oarolds at six furlongs the fea ¬ ture of the offering at Moncreif Iark this after ¬ noon furnished a rattling good contest in which J W Schorrs Charlie Eastman came from behind iu the stretch anil beat Pantoulle in a driving finish The race was marked by rough riding Bergen on Pan touflc allowed the later to swerve in front of Char ¬ lie Eastman when Hums challenged at the furlong post Charlie Eastman equaled the track record for six furlongs liy running the distance in 112 112Three Three favorites won Decency Miltou B and Charlie Eastman Decency showed a good turn ot speed and mn away from his twoyearold opponents in the opener Turncoat and Admonish two of the other winners were at long prices pricesAt At a meeting of the Southern Jockey Club held this morning it was voted to recommend to the different associations racing under the jurisdiction of the club that the practice of employing profes ¬ sional valets for jockeys be abolished The Florida Live Stock and Agricultural State Fair Association Immediately took the matter up and decided on the following rule Oit and after Monday February 7 no jockey will be allowed 10 employ any professional agent or valet to act for him in any manner shape or form Jockev engagements must be made person ¬ ally or through their contract employer or trainer for same The mare IMarv F badly cut down yesterday has been purchased bv 1 T Claim who will ship her Ui hLJJarmJit IJarrodsburg ICy where she will be mated with one of his stallions stallionsMartin Martin Doyle who recently arrived from Lexing ¬ ton has disMsed of GoldDust Lorimar Kenneth 15 and Lady Orimar to J C Blake BlakeJockev Jockev Bcrgeii was suspended for thirty days by the judges for rough riding on Pautoufle in the stake race raceJockey Jockey GillKrt got in from Tampa this morning and will leave for California on Sunday SundayK K F Carman Who has a big baud of racers at Moncreif Park today donated the stallion Acrobat to the Canadian Bureau of Breeding and the horse will IH shipped to John F Uyaii at Montreal in the spring Several other owners iiere have expressed an intention of donating stallions to the Canadian bureau J W Schorr got in from Memphis tliis morning and will remain for a few weeks weeksirooray irooray winner of the lifth race was nm up 300 over his entered price of 400 Tiy II K Brandt The horse was protected and bought in by his owner ownerWeights Weights for the tld Town Handicap lrOO guar ¬ anteed for fouryearolds and over at a mile and a quarter to be run Saturday are as follows Horse AgeWt I Corse CorsePatsv AgeWt Patsv 4 125 Piuua 4 100 100t l otus Eater 7 110 Itlo Grande t 100 Moquette li 1HJ St llario Taboo 4 113 Jack Xunnally XunnallyWoolwindcr Woolwindcr 4 111 Siskin Sir Catesby 4 10 Terali Old Honesty 5 ltS Sotemla Lawrence P Daleyr r KiG Pnlka 3 3t Arcite t J0i Agreement 5 Hill Top 4 li liH l Ten Paces 3 Givtua Green 105 Caiitain Swan SwanFirst Swanson3 First Peep 103 Quagga C Sir Cleges r 1 3 Ivilliecrankie C Lillie Turner 1 1Angelus 113 Brooklwif 5 5r Angelus r 102 Don Diaz 3 Philander 101 Sou 3 Beau Briimmell

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