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BOBBY TAYLOR AGAIN IN TROUBLE. Amateur Rider. Who Was Without a License for Two Years. Is Suspended at Pimlico. Baltimore, Md., April SB. -PI Horado showed hint-self a good Colt today by winning the Country Clttl» of Pimlico Slake as his rider pleased. To he sure the opposition was not of a high character, hut the Smithson colt won so easily that he must l e set down as something better than the average. William Jennings Cave Adsiini it was supposed Weald furnish the contention, hut he hied. The secondary feature, the steeplechase for maiden hunters, was won hy the second choice. Cuardian. Tarpon was the favorite, but after being choked and re-Btrained all through the held had nothing left when, Mr. Taylor called on him ami tried to so to the front. The stewards suspended Mr. Taylor and referred his case to the stewards of the National Hunt and Steeplechase Association. There seemed l. l.e no criminal intent on Mr. Taylors part and most people are inclined to coaatdet it a case of had judgment. Mr. Taylor said that he knew Tarpon would kill himself off in front and he thought that if he could keep him hack he Cotild heat Cuar-ilian on the tl.u. The weather was hright and sunny today and ii good crowd came out. The card was of no par-l i. ii Ii I merit hut il furnished goad racing and was the medium of some lively specula! ion. The horse Boiivaic. hy Himyai — Brooch, belonging to Kil Moore, died here day before yesterday. A good track is in prospect for tomorrow and a program of well tilled races is offered with Merry Man, QlarJeaa Betay, Billil; Lady Vera, Diamond, Preen: The Clown. Craziallo. Savior; Dulcian. Frank Sinners, Harry Paylor; Chippewa, Parkville, Baal Pud; llavigny. Sally K. and Cohmosa among the entries the attendance is likely to he larue and the racing of an interesting character. J. II. Anderson.