Amateurs In The Saddle: Jacksonville Society Folk Attracted By Gentlemen Riders Race.; Judges Complete Investigation of Pantoufle Race, Exonerate Trainer Mayberry and Hold Jockey Bergen Responsible for Mares Showing., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-23


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AMATEURS IN THE SADDLE JACKSONVILLE SOCIETY FOLK ATTRACTED BZ GENTLEMEN RIDERS RACE Judges Complete Investigation of Pantouflo Race RaceExonerate Exonerate Trainer Mayberry and Hold1 Jockey JockeyBergen Bergen Responsible for Mares Showing Jacksonville Fla March 22 Jacksonville society turned out in force at Mbncreif Park this afternoon the attraction being a nice for gentlemen riders There were five starters and it proved a stirring con ¬ test the finish finding Mr Collyer on John Griffin IL and Mr T Wright on Tom McGrath fighting it out John Griflin II proved the winner Mr Collyer rode well He kept his mount close to Tom McGraths pace until the turn out of the back stretch then drew into an easy lead In the stretch when John Gritlin II l cgan to tire his rider held him well together and managed by these tactics to get him to last long enough to beat the fast closing Tom McGrath a neck neckThe The Schorr stable was conspicuous during1 the aft ¬ ernoon The iMemphis turfman furnished the win ¬ ner in the twoyearold race In the Ornament colt John Pendergast which heavily backed by his con ¬ nections made a runaway affair of it and won easily KearneyGretna from the oddson favorite Sir Kearney Gretna Green also from the Schorr stable won the third race in which she met and defeated some oC the best racers on the grounds After meeting with some early interference she came from behind in the homestretch and won going away from the speedy Hoffman and Live Wire The latter had a rough trip He was sharply cut off soon after the start and Nicol was forced to pull Tip Trainer Congdon was much wrought up over the interference that his horse suffered and complained to the officials after the running of the race raceIn In the second race just after the barrier was raised the favorite Sou bolted against the inner rail and all but unseated her jider Powers managed to snatch her up and when he dismounted it was found that Sou had suffered an ugly gash on the shoulder where she came In contact with the rail Nine of the Schorr horses left for Jamestown this morning and the remainder will be shipi ed tomorrow tomorrowA A notice was posted in the paddock fiHlay to the effect that the meeting at Mbncreif would be ex ¬ tended until April 1C 1CThere There were many arrivals from Tampa today among them Wayne Joplin aud jockey T Koerner KoernerThe The judges handed down the result of their in ¬ vestigation of the Pantoutle race of a few days ago Their report exonerates trainer J P Mayberry and recommends that jockey Bergen who rode the mare be denied further riding privileges during the re ¬ mainder of the meeting Irving meetingIrving IL Wheatcroft has made an offer for one or two good horses now racing here to race on the northern circuit He will probably remain here to see his horse Alfred the Great run in the Derby Among DerbyAmong the mornings workouts were wereNealon Nealon Fiveeighths in 100 first half in 47 Lydia Lee Tleilf mile In 48 48Aunt Aunt Kate FivtMigliths in 102 Rnbia Grauda Threequarters in 119 Starover Threequarters in 118 118Tom Tom McGrath Half mile in 49 Anna L a aley Mile in 145 145Ida Ida May Mile in 147 147Hyperion Hyperion IL Fiveeighths in 107 107Jack Jack Atkin Threeeighths in 30 30Campaigner Campaigner Mile in 140 140Dress Dress Parade II Threequarters in 118 Osorine Mile in 140 140Paul Paul Davis Seveneighths in 133 133Stafford Stafford Threeeighths in 35 35Live Live Wire Fiveeighths in 102 102Polls Polls Fiveeighths in 102 102aiarine aiarine Half mile in 52 Kerclicvil Threeeighths In 38 38The The Golden Butterfly Fiveeighths in 107 O K Herndon Threequarters In 117 117Sir Sir Catesby Mile and a sixteenth in 151 Console Mile in 145 145Bessie Bessie Fitzhugh Tlireeeighths in CG CGLawndale Lawndale Threeeighths in 30 30Waponoca Waponoca Fiveeighths in 103 103Rebel Rebel Queen Mile in 145 145Catroke Catroke Threeeighths in 37

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