Sport: Head Play v. Broker's Tip

The finish of the Kentucky Derby last fortnight was a fight between two jockeys, Don Meade on Broker's Tip, who won, and Harry Fisher on Head Play, who complained that Meade had fouled him in the stretch. Last week Churchill Downs stewards suspended Meade for 30 days. Fisher for 35, and a crowd of 40.000 went to Pimlico. Md. to see most of the Derby horses run again. Rumors that Broker's Tip would be scratched because of an osselet (protruding bone in ankle) were roundly denied by his trainer, William Hurley. Said Trainer Hurley:...

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