Racing Begins At Pensacola.: Edward Corrigan Signalizes His Return to the Turf as Owner by Scoring a Double., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-27


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RACING BEGINS AT PENSACOLA Edward Corrigan Signalizes His Return to the Turf N as Owner by Scoring a Double Pensacola Fla March 2G The attendance at the inauguration of racing here was fairly large and representative The plant was still crude and uninviting Only two books operated and specula ¬ tion was decidely light The Pensacola public is not sulliciently enlightened on racing but appears as if likely to take kindly to the sport if given oppor ¬ tunity to witness the real article It is difficult to forecast the future of the present venture The management seemed elated at the big turnout but disappointed by the scarcity of layers doing business Some means of Improving betting conditions may be devised before Monday MondayThe The racing over the narrow track was replete with crowding that threatened freauent accidents es ¬ pecially on the turns Edward Corrigans reentry to the turf was a triumphal one his Chenaiilt and It union Corona accounting for the first two purses while Tom Uolan another of his representatives was coupled with Pio Pico one of the other winners Nebnlosus another starter from the Daly establish ¬ ment was plunged on and failed by a narrow margin to down the erratic Punky PunkyJohn John Hachmeister and Charles F Price both prominent In western racing were visitors The work of Edward Tribe at the starting barrier was one of the good features

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