Divide the Riding Honors: Jockeys Prible and Atkinson Each Ride Two Winners at King Edward Park, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-14


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DIVIDE THE RIDING HONORS Jockeys Prible and Atkinson Each Ride Two Winners at King Edward Park. MOXTBEAL, Que., July 13. There were no special features down for decision at King Edward Park this afternoon, the card being made up of a series of claiming races. The diminutive jockey I. Prible piloted the first two winners, the Coronado Stables recent purchase Kazon in the two-year-old dasli and Joe Tag, both of which wou easily. Jockey Atkinson divided the riding honors with Prible, scoring with Mike in the fifth and Bight Angle in the following race. The race for home-breds went to Shoreacres after leading throughout. She scored by a half length from the fast closing Allies AVay. Despite the intense heat a good mid-weekday crowd enjoyed the delightful sail to the island course and witnessed a good days sport. Jockey C. Jacobs was suspended for two days for rough riding during the running of the second race. Dates for the second meeting of seven days at Quebec City were announced today from August IS to August 23. These dates conflict witli two days of the King Edward Parks second meeting, which is from August 12 to August 19. James F. OHara, one of the principal owners of the Bowie track, was a visitor here today. Word reached here today from Quebec City that jockey A. Casey has had a leg amputated and his riding days are over. The operation was made necessary, as gangrene set in, following an accident when he had his leg badly torn in a race at the recent Quebec City meeting. Casey commenced his riding career several years ago with the stable of William "Bed" Walker. Andrew Mclllvene, who for years was foreman for "Buck" Bressler and H. Xeustetter, died here yesterday following an operation for cancer of the knee. His leg was amputated in u local hospital here a month ago. The remains will be sent to the hoine of his sister, Mrs. Halsall, New York, for- burial-H-- - - Tiie book for the Maisonneuve Park meeting, which opens here on Tuesday next, were distributed among horsemen here today.

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