Another for Mumbo Jumbo, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-27


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ANOTHER FOR MUMBO JUMBO TOLEDO. O., October 26. It was decidedly cold for the sport here today, but there was plenty of sunshine and the followers of the favorites were well rewarded during the afternoon. The days card was lacking of a feature, and it remained for the fifth race to provide the best finish of the day, when T. Doyles consistent gelding Mumbo Jumbo got up in the closing strides to triumph over Money. After a short delay at the barrier, due to Moneys fractious behavior, the starter got them away to a perfect start. Money soon showed in front, but Petzoldt shot Brilliant Ray through next to the inside rail to take command, but his lead was short, as Money was not to be denied and again showed in front. Burns in the meantime was rating Mumbo Jumbo off the pace and it was not until well straightened in the homestretch that he called upon his mount, which responded gamely, and the son of Ildrim Mutchkin got up in the final strides to pass the tiring Money. Jockey Martin Fator again had a field day, being successful with four of his mounts. Especially brilliant was his ride on Roisterer, for in this he clearly outrode Doyle at the finish and to the close observers he could have won on either horse. This makes a total of fifteen winning mounts for Fator at this meeting. Jockey W. Reed was suspended by the starter for the remainder of the meeting. Jockey A. Trombley was an arrival from Huntington, West Virginia. The stewards ruled against the following horses and they shall not be allowed to start again at the meeting: Whippet and Desert Rose for bad acting at the barrier, Marguerite Atkin as a bleeder and Musito as being too sore to. race. W. R. Norvell distributed among the horsemen the books for the coming meeting at Dade Park, Henderson, Kentucky.

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