Norfolk Racing Spirited: Big Crowd Enjoys Good Sport, Marked by Success Of Three Favorites.; The Urchin and Galaxy, Both at Lucrative Odds, Are Returned Winners of Juvenile Races--Big Dipper Scores Lucky Victory., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-15


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NORFOLK RACING SPIRITED BIG CROWD ENJOYS GOOD SPORT MARKED BY SUCCESS OF THREE FAVORITES The Urchin and Galaxy Both at Lucrative Odds OddsAre Are Returned Winners of Juvenile Races Big Dipper Scores Lucky Victory Norfolk Va April 14 Stirring contests were tho order at tlie Jamfcstown Jockey Clubs track this afternoon Four of the winners were first home by narrower margins than a length and with three favorites scoring much enthusiasm was manifested There were two twoyearold races on the program and both of them furnished none finishes The Urchin winning the first and Galaxy the second Both came from behind to get up In the final stride Galaxy had rather a rough Journey in her race She was on the outside of the leaders all the vny and In entering the homestretch she was carried wide and thereby lost three or four lengths Tho manner in which she responded to punishment dem ¬ onstrated hulldogFntiiom that she is as game as a hulldog Fntiiom the Belmont youngster that ruled an oddson favorite in the opener lost because Ferguson was nimble to get him down to business in tho early stages of the race Fathom closed fast and was gaining with every stride at the finish The Belmont stable also furnished the favorite of the second race in Tea Enough This one might have won had Ferguson kept her from bearing out while rounding the far turn and entering the homestretch As it was she finished third Big Dipper was lucky to win tie third race for had Butwell been able to have got Brynary going well in tlie early racing she undoubtedly would have beaten th4 favorlte In the stretch racing Brynary after go ¬ ing to the outside closed witli a rush and was beaten only a neck neckThere There was an accident in the first race which re ¬ sulted seriously to Xack Wiggins The latter showiil a bit of soreness while leaving tlie paddock and after breaking slowly Obert attempted to move through on the Inside At the threeeighths post Zack Wiggins was crowded against tlie fence which he struck with some force and fell Obert escaped with a few bruises but the colt broke his leg just below the stllle and was destroyed destroyedAt At the conclusion at the afternoons sport the stewards announced their ruling in the Irish Kid jockey Grandtrainer Schelke vase In the race that Irish Kid won he ran in the name of Hugh Penny andit developed that the latter did not really own the horse Evidence furnished at the investigation is alleged to have shown that Irish Kid was not well meant in his two starts previous to that when he won and that Grand and Schelke were both in on the job Schelke and Grand were suspended and their cases referred to the Jockey Club They were also denied the privileges of the course For per ¬ mitting the horse to run in his name Penny was suspended for the remainder of the meeting and the further entry of the horse will be refused The ruling further disqualified Irish Kid from the race that he won for the reason that he was not entered In the proper ownership This gives the purse to Lord Klain and places Dick Baker second and O Em third thirdJ J W Pangle purchased from Albert Simons acting for Harry Payne Whitney at private sale this afternoon tlie twoyearold Trifie and the threeyearold1 Captain Jinks JinksLarry Larry Carey acting for Frank J Nolan secured first call on jockey Bobbins for the Beverwyck Stable meetingTlie during the Havre de Grace meeting Tlie threeyearold lilly Gardenia which Archie Xlmmer purchased at Charleston died nt the Nor ¬ folk track yesterday Gardenia contracted fever en route from Charleston to Norfolk NorfolkSeveral Several horsemen came over from Baltimore this morning among them L Feustel P Pumphrey and jockey Tommy JIcTaggart JIcTaggartPrevious Previous to the races a sale of horses was held in the paddock and the following were disposed of Jllsplay 200 to G JL Johnson Tradesman 225 Peter Brattoiu Belray 723 E J JlcGraw Bryn limah 2r 0 J Fltzsimmons Brynavla 125 N K Heal Kedron 200 Peter Bratton The best moves shown this morning over the Jamestown Jockey Clubs course were wereCarlton Carlton G Fiveeighths in 107 107Enver Enver Bey Threeeighths in 24 3C1 and half mile in 51 pulled up upFlabbergast Flabbergast JI lie in 148 148Good Good Day Half mile in 52 Granla Fiveeighths in 107 107Holiday Holiday Threeeighths in 21 IMfa and half mllrt in TP3 pulled np Lynnwood npLynnwood Fiveeighths in 10 10Palanquin Palanquin Fiveeighths In l0 l0Question Question JIark Half mile in 55 55Republican Republican Mile in 147 147Sanctuary Sanctuary Threeeighths in 39 39Spellbound Spellbound Threeeighths In 38 38Thrifty Thrifty Fiveeighths in 100 Tick Tack Threequarters in 119 119Troy Troy Weight JI lie in 147 147W W W Clark Fiveeighths in 1OG

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