Featureless Tijuana Card: Two Riders Graduating from Nonwinning Ranks Outstanding Incident Friday, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-15


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I 1 J 1 it . l J * I • a I 1 i I ■ : i i | . FEATURELESS TIJUANA CARD | Two Riders Graduating from Nonwinning Ranks Outstanding Incident Friday. . TUIANA. Mexico. January 14 It was a sonic what f estate less card yeaterdaj aad It had foe Its oatRtandiag Incident the rather aaaaaal feal of i ve dera graduating from the raaka of Maiden Jockeys, reall araa ■ day f.n the unfashionable reiawnsen, the winners of the a.d beiag Gargaa, Troaabley. , Moltc r-. Careen. Bower Jacobs and Atwell. The J twecesa f Jockey A. Troaabley in Ihe sic. .mi race wa- .|iiiie pronounced in that il was hi- maiden success. Vies araa Intrusted to hi- .are and in Making hi- debut TrseaMej i-ode like a veteran. He got his mount away from the barrier like a se 1 soiled pe.sl rider and kept Irini in frost with a display of skill not to be expected frota i«uck an inex perienced hoy Tin resall wa- that View led Ins opponents throughout and easily outstayed Ask Jes -io ami Col. lie Rase, No so oeer had Trosabicy ben rongratalated fot lii- clever ride than praises were- being beard far the work turned in by Jockey Jiolters on Liaaerick in Im- rhirci race. This fexas lad braogbl Lbaeri k froM behind ami. riding him hard with hand, aad heels, tiie son of Meeiick snatched a nose vh lory fiom ihe favorite, Stanley II. The latter had ail 1 ia speed today and bad it not beea for the d. tet ined finish of Molters on Linserick the favoril ■ probabl] would have scored. In this race Candc- • grey, which would iiave paid a few eeats less than UN] i 1 to win. fhmlahed a bang-ap third, it is to be -aid hat ihi- long-price-d outsider wa- easily e I. est. She- was away poorly and her rider rnshed lor up on the OUtaide. Coming aroumi tin- leaders entering ihe stretch she ftaiabed with a meat bant of -peed and at tin- ead was lapped on the leaders aad rapidly overhaaliag them. •I. W. Fuller, well known breeder of Willspoint, rexas, who has a few horses he-re in charge of i. hi. c Vaadasea, is an arrival here- for the real of o winter .looke K. gator, who recently was the victha of an automobile ace ideal in Cleveland, sustained a painful injury yesterdaj whea galloping a horse. Aa-otber runner collided with the oae Cater wa- rijieg and tie- boys leg was brniaed. ihi- i- expected la keep him oui of ihe- -addle- for all indefinite- period. Part of ihe film "Charlie in Tijuana" wa- Made today at tin- track. This picture i- being turned oil by tin- Sanelfoicl Productions and will -how Mr vera I realist:, race scenes a- well as views of the .paint Mexh-an town, arbich never faiia to interest i .■ visitor. The badj of Jockey i. Mulcaky, who died here a-i suit of an Injirry at the track Thursday, will be shipped to ;.i- parents home at Long Island to night. ihe list of weights foi ill- sl.mio Sau Praarisca Handicap, to he- run Sunday afteraooa, was published be racing secretary Leon Wing this Msraing. The lie-id ei norsea to weigh isclades ail the best horses in training here and finds Be Frank given tiie honor poaitisa arlth an iaspaat of Igg nasajda on his back. The San Francis, ., eligible s and weights follow : Glea Will. M; Royce Rsots, 13S; Rifle, KiT: Re-u-icso. lag; i;im;i.!.-. nil; b« Frank, IS3; Ike Harvey. M; Kirks I. W; Baathera Geatlessaa, BO; CoffieM, KiT: Polly Wale. !ti»: Breeze. 11".: Bast Indian. Ill: Gatb, KM; Belano. Ill: Jean Corey. KiT: Tailor Maid. 101; Lantados, lag; Veteran, ill: Wild Flower. HT: Bullet Proof, lit; Belgian Queen, KM; Furbelow, lit: Planet. IK: Sunnvlan.i. 117: Motor Cop. tag; Klas. 118.

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