Important Action Taken: Committee Of Canadian Racing Associations Puts In A Busy Day.; R. D. Williams and S. A. Clopton Are Restored to Good Standing--A. Malone Is Also Reinstated and Other Rulings Are Made., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-11


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IMPORTANT ACTION TAKEN COMMITTEE OF CANADIAN RACING ASSOCIA ¬ TIONS PUTS IN A BUSY DAY R D Williams and S A Clopton Are Restored to toGood Good Standing A Malone Is Also Reinstated Reinstatedand and Other Rulings Are Made 15uffalo N Y July 10 The racing at Fort Erie this afternoon was overshadowed in a measure by one of the most important meetings ever licld by the committee of the Canadian Racing Associations The board went into session at ten oclock this muni ing and did not conclude its business until about 4 0 A great number of witnesses were examined and rulings made by the local stewards at Hamilton and Fort Erie were taken ui and passed upon Ry uponRy far the most important was tho appeal of 11 D Villianis and S A Oloptou for consideration of their eases The entries of both these turfmen were refused three years ago and up to date thy have remained in bud standing on the Canadian turf J O Talbott and others appeared in behalf if tliese men and at the conclusion of the hearing both Williams and Clopton were restored to good standing standingThe The Carlton G case was also taken up and the matter gone Into in a thorough manor There was still some evidence to be beard in the case and it was decided that the entry of the horse bo refused until the investigation is concluded which probably will be at Windsor In the meantime the suspension against owner A Malone was lifted The sus ¬ pension against jockey Dunn was continued wlill1 the license of jockey Nathan was revoked revokedIt It was also ordered that the further entry of the horses Lnckola and Ta Xun Da be refused on account of inconsistent running The Aste matter was also passed on and the New York turfman was fined 15 l for Intimidation His horses were restored to good standing standingIt It was also decided that the suspension of steeple ¬ chase Jockey G 1earce shall expire with the conclu ¬ sion of the Fort Erie meeting meetingSeveral Several bookmakers and trainers were called upon to explain certain connections which was evidently ilone in a satisfactory manner as no further rulings were made madeI I A maJSrlty of todays winners had good margins to spare lu passing the judges The lirst disquali ¬ fication of the meeting came with the running of tile fourth race in which Cogs beat Gerrjyd a scant length Cogs was undoubtedly best but in the drive through the homestretch Watts was unable to keep him straight and he repeatedly bumped Genanl which was ou the inside next to the rail lu the last tlfty yards Huxlon was forced to pull the Schorr horse up and his claim of foul was promptly al ¬ lowed the change in the placing giving Gerrard lirst place Counterpart second and Miccosukeo third thirdThe The conditions of the tifth race called for inaidmi riders and the winner turned up in Love Day with A Davidson in the saddle Love Day came from a long way back and finishing with a good burst of speed won going away awayThere There was only one runup during the afternoon Napier being advanced 200 over his entered pric by oxJockey Jimmy Foley The horse was retained by his owner at 905 905Gcorgo Gcorgo M Hendrie and Walter O Iarmcr re ¬ turned to Detroit tonight Thero are already 175 horses at AVindsor which were shipped from Ken ¬ tucky and about 300 will leave Fort Erie on Satur ¬ day dayW W C Clancy and J 15 Hospess departed with their horses for Windsor last night nightMessrs Messrs Kmmoiis and Puschemeyer have decided o Mlid Rudolfo and Hnv thorn from here to Saratoga and will probably leave on Monday next

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