Jockey Wingfields Services in Demand., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-05


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JOCKEY WINGFIELDS SERVICES IN DEMAND. Havana. Cuba. March 4. — It is said that James Everman has received offers for the contract he holds on Wingfield and tliat a collide of the offers are from cistern parties. Lverman campaigns a big public stable and it is doubtful if he will dispose of the lad. Wingfield at times shows really nigh-cisaa form and then again he rides in listless fashion. Considering his little experience and the fact that he i-, young and can rid" at less than ninety pounds, his handling of some horses is really remarkable. There is no question but what too much is expected of the lad when he is astride heavy-headed horses. Oasadde of Wingfield. Rowan is the beat apprentiie- that has been ehvelopeel here. He is uneler ee.ntract to James Fitzsimmons ami will go back east with Frank Herold to ride at the Bowie and Aqueduct meitings.

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