Sport: Sponge & Dope

The stewards of the New York Jockey Club tackled a nasty job last week at Jamaica, L. I. A race had been won by a horse named Garden Message, owned by George Herbert ("Pete") Bostwick. the country's No. 1 gentleman-jockey. After the race the track veterinary found a sponge in the nose of Sweeping Light, which had finished third. Then the doctor examined Garden Message, voiced the shocking opinion that the Bostwick horse had been stimulated for the race. Garden Message's trainer stoutly denied it. For Owner Bostwick, who was honeymooning abroad,...

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