Pons Colors To The Fore.: Jacksonville Turfman Scores a Double at Moncreif--Sager Turns Tables on Pulka., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-19


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PONS COLORS TO THE FORE Jacksonville Turfman Scores a Double at Moncrcif Sager Turns Tables on Pulka Jacksonville Fla February IS The colors of Francis J Pons the local turfman were conspicuous at Moncrcif this afternoon The winners of the first two races came from 1iis stable Tallahassee capturing the twoyearold dash while Tivolini proved an easy winner in the second race which he won by three lengths from Miss Herbert HerbertTrack Track conditions were not of the best owing to continued showers last night Two of the first choices made good Sager and John Grifhu II The last time that Sager and Pnlka met the latter fin ¬ ished first but the Schreilter colt reversed the order of the finish this afternoon by leading his field all the way and winning easily from Collis Ormsby which lengthsIn in turn beat Pulka seven lengths In the fourth race tho receding favorite Royal Onyx with iButwell as pilot made a disappointing showing It was no fault of the rider however that the horse did not win for Butwell rode a de ¬ termined race all the way Royal Onyx simply lacked speed and at the finish was beaten off a length 1 y Torn McGrath for the small end of the purse after the latter had been almost left at the post postJockey Jockey Dcavcni ort was suspended for a week by th judged for cutting across in front of his field with Karl of Richmond in the closing race raceJockey Jockey Butwell announced that ho would leave for New York on Sunday to join the stable that James Howe is handling for James II ICeene ICeeneP P T Chinn who has been racing one of the largest stables on the American turf during the past year has announced his retirement from racing in thin country The big string that Mr Chinu is rac ¬ ing here which includes among others Jack Parker Dixie Knight Grandissimo Lady Irma Guy Fisher The Golden JSutterlly John Carroll Sou and a iium Iter of good twoyearolds will be sold by auction in the paddock at iMoncreif on March 5 Mr Chains plans call for n trip to France where he has l een engaged to train for a prominent French owner Jockey Vincent Powers will go abroad with Mr Cliiun to ride for the extensive establishment be will handle Powers however will delay his de ¬ parture until after the running of the Kentucky Derby in which he has been engaged to ride Waldo The pick of the Chinn twoyearolds are said to be three Ben Brush colts Judge Mbiick Frank Naviu and Louis Des Cogncts It is understood that the Chinn venture was not a financial success successC C II Knebelkamp will not be ermitted to start any more horses hero pending an investigation into St yesterdayThe Ilarios reversal of yesterday The association has changed the clalmingjuile The right of the owner of the third horse to a prior claim in selling races is abolished This puts all owners on an equal footing in regard to privi ¬ lege of claiming The alteration in the rule was made with a view to preventing friendly claims claimsJockey Jockey Lang nnd the horses Great Jubilee and Otogo yesterdayHomer arrived from Tampa yesterday Homer Sol by has purchased the mare Cunning of James McLaughlin

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