Kentucky Racing Commission Meets.: Renewal of Endurance Stakes Authorized and Considerable Other Business Transacted., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-27


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KENTUCKY RACING COMMISSION MEETS MEETSRenewal Renewal of Endurance Stakes Authorized and Con sidorablc Other Business Transacted Lexington Ky April 20 The Kentucky State Racing Commission all the members present with the exception of Johnson N Canulcn who is in the east on business met here at noon today and were in session for an hour and a half Licenses were approved for 10 trainers thirtyone jockeys mid eight apprentice riders The otliclnls for the spring meetings of the four licensed associations were ap ¬ proved The Kentucky Association had named Harry Morrissey as starter Mars Cassidy not having made application to do the work tt this meeting and lie was approved on probation the question as to whether or not he is making good to be decided by T II Talbolt steward for the meeting Morrissey though long an assistant starter has only recently come into the ranks of the starters Those who have seen his work in the west say that lie will make good There was no criticism of his work here this afternoon The commission adopted a new rule with regard to runup money authorized the renewal of the Ken tucky Kmiiiranco Stakes4 four miles under the sanit conditions as in 112 reinstated Father Bill Daly and his brotlur Mike ordered handicap weights posted by l o oclcck in the myniing and recom ¬ mended that each track have a patrol judge The official reiMirt in part is as follows followsMeeting Meeting of tlie Slate Racing Commission was held pursuant to the call of the chairman in its ollice this day at noon Present Milton Young T II Talbott Charles F Grainer and George J Ixjug The racing otlidals for the Iit spring meet ¬ ings of the various associations were approved as follows followsKentucky Kentucky Association Capt Thomas 3 Clay presiding judge W II Shelley associate judge and racing secretary Garret I WMsjii associate judge Harry Morrissey starter John T Walsh paddock judge Dr J 1 Maguire physician John T Ire ¬ land timer The starter is approved temporarily and the question is referred to T 11 Talbutt who has juuctingNew IHMMI appointed steward for llu juucting New Louisville Jockey Clni IlihYIes F Price steward Charles F tJraingcr steward M J Wiuii steward William II Shelley placing judge Kdward Jasper placing judge II F Brdvogd placing judge Mars Cassidy slarlcr George Liudenburgcr timer Lynian 11 Davis racing sctwrtory J r C Cann veterinary Douglas Park Jockey Club Charles F Prlco presiding judge W II Shelley associate judge E W Maglnii racing secretary and handlcappcr J B Camt bcll yitry andlsstles cleftf 4fctfKCiisJ sidy starter1 Dr C Cnim paddock judge George Lindenburger tinier tinierLatonia Latonia Agricultural Association Same as Doug ¬ las Park ParkStewards Stewards were apK intcd by the chairman for the 191o spring race meetings of the various asso ¬ ciations as follows Kentucky Association T H Talbott New Louisville Jockey Club Charles F Grainger Douglas Park Jockey Club Geo J Long Latonia YoungChairman Agricultural Association Milton Young Chairman Young was agreed upon as i commit ¬ tee to pass upon future applications for licenses and empowered to direct Secretary Johnston to issue such licenses if in his opinion it is proper Rule properRule No 142 was amended to read as follows Every horse entered to be sold that runs in a sell ¬ ing race shall if the winner be sold by public auction immediately after the race and when any surplus occurs from a selling race winner being advanced over the entered price given on the pro ¬ gram said amount shall be disposed of as follows threefifths or JO per cunt shall go to the second horse and twofifths or 40 per cent shall remain in the treasury of the association where the race is run and shall be known as the advance fund Whon said advance fund shall amount to the minimum sum provided for purse races on the several tracks said association shall give an extra race called the ad ¬ vance money selling race the same to be given on the second day thereafter and each succeeding day should the fund be sufficient Tlie sufficientTlie fourmile Endurance Stakes with the dona ¬ tion of a 1000 gold cup was renewed for the year under the same conditions as the fourmile En durance Stakes of 1012 the commission recognizing the importance of this stake to the breeding inter ¬ ests The stake shall be run in the fall of 10KI on the grounds of the association licensed by this commission adding the most mono to the stake Sealed bids for the stake will be received by the commission from the various associations up to and Including May 10 191 No bid of less than 0000 will be entertained by the commission

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