Pimlico Fall Meeting to Open: High-Class Horses Are Stabled at Maryland Track-Successful Season Promised, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-26


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! PIMLICO FALL MEETING TO OPEN. High -Class Horses Are Stabled at Maryland Track Successful Season Promised. Baltimore, Md., October 25. Piinlicos fall nieet-lug starts off tomorrow under the most favorable conditions. More and better horses are stabled at the track than ever before and with the lively interest now shown in racing- at Baltimore, the meeting promises to be the most successful in the history of the track since the New Maryland Jockey Club took hold of matters. Society people are taking a greater interest than, usual .and. every- bos:, in the grandstand has been engaged for thu meeting. The quality of horses now at the track is a decided improvement on the meetings of the nasi and, while none of the crack stake horses of the year will be seen, a lively bunch of good platers will make things interesting. Among the, better known owners whose colors will be seen here are: W. T. Townes, R. J. Walden, Fred Littlefied. E, R. Thomas J W. Colt; Mr. Mc-Murtrie, TV. Shields, James McLaughlin, Dion- Kerr, Goughacres Stable, Mrs. It. Bradley, Mr. Htgginson, William Garth, James Boden, J. W; Pangle, T. E. Mannix, R. J. Wallach, 1 B. Doswell and U. B. Watkins. The jumping game, alwrfys a strong feature at Pimllco, will be more brilliant than ever this fall. A. big bunch of the best cross-country horses in training has been schooling at the track and the races over the sticks will be the most attractive events on the program. Every day the card will Include one or more races for the "leppersV The steeplechase course has received milch attention at hands of the track superintendent. It, has been drained and regraded and the course made safer. The sweeping stretch of green in the Infield will 1 present an, attractive appearance tomorrow when 1 the bugle sounds. J The jockey end has been well taken care of and a good bunch of toys will have the mounts. Those already here are: Englander, Beckman, Delaby, LV ! Smith, J. OBrien, J. Dennison, Diggins, Goldstein, Rosen, . Coleman, J. Schaller, Fairbrother, M. Murphy, J. J. Walsh, Cashin, Alcx-McCabc, J. Johnson, D. McCarthy, Lloyd, Hennessy, Licbert, Klenck, Mahon and Seaton. Some of the steeplechase riders : here are: llufham. Gee, E. Heider, Rodroek, Henderson, Davison, Houlihan, Savage, Saffci, Dupee; Me-Clain and Bowser. Mr. Taylor, Mr. Wright, Mr. Nicholls, Mr. Tucker, Mr. Carmait, Mr. OBrien; Mr. Kerr and Mr. Harrison will take care of the events, for gentlemen riders. Mont Mahouey will have charge of the betting ring. Thirty layers will draw for- positions tonior- 1 row and many more would have gone on if the capacity of the ring would have allowed. Starter Dade aud Judge Bryan came in this after- 1 noon. 1

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