Offenders Reinstated: Jarez Stewards Lift Ban from Nine Jockeys, Owners and Trainers, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-20


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OFFENDERS REINSTATED JUAREZ STEWARDS LIFT BAN FROM NINE JOCKEYS, OWNERS AND TRAINERS. Men Affected by Ruling Had Been in Bad Standing for Periods Ranging from One to Three Years One Favorite Scores. LI Paso, Tex., December 19. There were many flurries in the betting ring at Juarez today. Several horses received heavy support, but reaped nothing for the talent. Track conditions were worse thaii ever during this meeting. Parlor uoy was the only favorite to reward the followers of first choices this afternoon. Downland was quite well backed by the western contingent and under a skilful ride by jockey Neylon, was returned winner of the final race. The stewards of the Jockey Club Juarez today reinstated the following persons: Jockeys Sam Smith, J. Howard, W. Wrispen, A. Walsh and E. Denny. Owners: .1. B. Goodman, C. P. Lamar and D. Mc-Elderry. Trainer: A. B. Coyle. Jockey Smith was suspended three years ago, wliile jockeys , Howard. Wrispen, Walsh and Denny were warned off two years ago. C. P. Lamar and J. B. Goodman were suspended two years ago, while D. MeElderry was suspended last January. Presiding Steward Charles F. Price, in commenting upon the ruling of the stewards, stated that mercy had been shown all these offenders against the rules of racing for one reason In that they had accepted their punishment graciously and had made no attempt to annoy him or his associates with requests for reinstatement through influential friends. Presiding Steward H. F. Valiton, of the Deer Lodge, Mont., Racing Association, notified Steward Price yesterday that the suspension had been lifted against T. F. Garner and his mare, Anna McGee, and that horseman and his stable are now once more in good standing. Horace Paul aud Will Hall drew a stand in the ring today, making eight operators in the big ring and one book, in the field. Recent work-outs of horses in training over a fast track at Juarez were as follows; Italronia Half mile, in 55. Binocular Half mile in 52. Bob Hejisley Half mile in 52. Cantem Three-eighths in 39. Chilton Trance Three-quarters in 1:23. Cosgrove Half mile in 53. Cousin Puss Half mile in 59. Crossover Three-quarters in 1:23. Ed Luce Five-eighths in 1:00. Eddie Mott Five-eighths in 1:0S. Edith W. Quarter mile In 2G. Emerald Isle Five-eighths in 1:08. Eva Padwick Quarter mile in 25. Lye White Half mile in 52. Ferrona Half mile in 55. Fort Sumter Five-eighths in 1:08. Gemmell Five-eighths in 1:09. Holberg Quarter mile in 25. Jack Laxson Half mile iu 53. John R. Clay Half mile in 50. King Stalwart Half mile in 55. Lady Pender Five-eighths iu 1:07. Little Birdie Three-quarters in 1:22. Masalo Five-eighths in 1:05. Milton Roblee Half mile in 53. Moller Three-eighths in 40. Muy Buena Half mile in 53. Polls Mile in 1:48. Rake Seven-eighths in 1:35. Sinn, Feinn Three-quarters in 1:22. Sleeplaud Three-eighths in 42. Superl Hialf mile in 52. Superiority Half mile in 5G. Tom Murphy Three-quarters In 1:19. Wheat Quarter mile in 24. Wentworth Half mile in 53.

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