Jockey Taplin Does Some Rough Riding.: Is Fined 00 and Warned that Repetition Will Cost Him His License--Investigation in Progress., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-11


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JOCKEY TAPLIN DOES SOME ROUGH RIDING Is Fined 100 and Warned that Repetition Will Cost Him His License Investigation in Progress San Francisco Cal March 10 Jockey Taplin in ¬ dulged in rough ridingltactics at Oakland today and incurred a fine of 100 lie was also warned that a repetition of the offense would cause him to lose his license Tills official action was taken after the second race in which Tapliii rode Biased1 He closed fast on the rail and Glass on Waner had him in close quarters When near the finish Taplin struck Glass with his whip across the body in plain view of the judges and spectators Glass stopped riding Wauer and Taplin landed Biased the winner winnerFavorites Favorites and wellbacked horses were successful in most of todays races Lady Panchita was plunged on in the third and romped home Duke of Milan showed to be one of the best selling platers here when he gained an easy victory in the fourth The consistent Thistle Belle added another purse to her credit in the closing race raceTho Tho stewards are investigating the race won by Likely Dieudoune last Saturday Mel Lawrence one of the owners of Key Hindoo is not satisfied with the showing his horse made as he said he was in good condition and the stable connections bet on him The officials are going into the matter thoroughly Jockey thoroughlyJockey Glass was suspended for four days for misbehavior at the M st in the last race raceIt It has lHen definitely decided that Jake HoHman will continue to do the starting next week as Rich ¬ ard Dwyer has been invited to Salt Lake City for a meeting TuesdayH of the Utah Jockey Club there on Tuesday H Bedwell exuects to leave here about April 1 for New York with fifteen horses The remainder of his extensive string will be offered at auction at Oakland Mr Bedwell will ship direct to Aqueduct and prepare liis horses for immediate racing on the metropolitan circuit circuitThe The date for the closing of the Oakland meeting has not been definitely decided President Williams of the New California Jockey Club stated today in reply to an inquiry The meeting may be extended beyond the 100 days already scheduled

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