Jockey Scobies Field Day: Rides Four Winners at the Maple Heights Park-the Swimmer Equals the Track Record, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-20


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JOCKEY SCOBIES FIELD DAY Rides Four Winners at the Maple Heights Park The Swimmer Equals the Track Record. CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 19. With four winning mounts to his credit the riding of jockey E. Scobie was the outstanding feature of the racing at Maple Heights Park this afternoon. Scobies initial success came when he brought Philanderer up in time to beat Batty H. by a head in the second. Prince Welles also scored in a driving finish with Goldie S. in the third. Tony Sues decisive victory in the fourth race marked Scobies third winning effort. The Cincinnati boy bad Musito out in front at all stages of tne sixth race and lie won by a comfortable margin. The Swimmer equalled the track record of 1 :13 for the mile and seventy yards, and he never left the result in serious doubt during the running of the fifth race. Ideal conditions prevailed today and the largest crowd of the week witnessed the sport. The attendance numbered close to six thousand. Teds Plum, a daughter of Trevisco Plum Pudding, under M. Fators hustling and vigorous riding led all the way in the opening dash and outstayed Paula in a game finish. Jcella J., of which much was expected, was always in trouble and could never get clear. While in the lead after going the first half-mile during the running of the seventh race Link Boy fell lame. J. W. Pinkham has purchased Miss Crest-wood from H. T. Palmer at private sale and the filly ran in the colors of her now owner today. Jockey T. Nolan departed today for New York. A. Sniedhorst, a prominent St. Louis business man, was a visitor here today. He reports that a strong campaign is now in progress in the Missouri City for the return of thoroughbred racing there. The entry of the horse Oakling has been refused here until the horse is restored to good standing by the Canadian Racing Associations. He is a notorious bad actor in the paddock. J. J. Rice, who was ruled off at Reno, Nev., recently, was ejected from the grounds today and will be denied the privileges of the track.

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