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ENGLANDEE UNDER THE BAM SUSPENDED FOR BAD-LOOKING RIDE ON MISS CATESBY AT PIMLICO. Berkeley, an Added Starter, Wins Baltimore Brewers Handicap Carola Takes Steeplechase in a Canter at Long Odds. Baltimore. Mil., November 7. The stewards at Pimlico took action in the last race this afternoon and suspended jockey Englander for the rest or the meeting for his ride on Miss Catesby, tlio favorite. From the publics viewpoint Englander gave Miss Catesby a shockingly bad ride, taking her back on the stretch turn and almost falling off at the linish. For some time Englanders rldlug has been under suspicion, and when Miss Catesby was beaten today there was a deep feeling of indignation among the race-goers. Harry Rites, who trains Miss Catesby, warned the. stewards before the race that something was coming, and asked them to watch the ride carefully. On form Miss Catesby seemed a certainly, and she opened an even money favorite, but certain books in the ring seemed to have no fear nnd freely took everything In sight, raising the odds at the end. Apart from this ripple there was very little of -note in the racing today. The Baltimore Brewers Handicap, the feature of the card, was reduced by scratches to five starters, two of these Berkeley and Jupiter, being added. Ormondes Right and Lotus Eater got most of the support. The winner turned up In Berkeley. He was favored by light weight and won all the way. Ormondes Right made a challenge in the stretch, but Berkeley was too good at the weights. Lotus Eater ran well to the stretch, where his weight told in the liQavy going. The steeplechase resulted in an upset, going to the long-shot, Carola, which won off by herself, outrunning and outjumpiiig her opponents from the start. The favorite, Lester L. Ilayman, had an attack of the slows and ran a bad race, never showing any of his usual speed. Mr. Colts green jumper, Mixup, showed an excellent performance and bids fair to become a steeplechaser of more than ordinary promise, llonean ran in the colors of Mr. Carter, who rode him. Dick Watkins cut De Reszke loose today and tho old plater won in the handiest possible fashion. The Watkins following have liecn getting the-money at this meeting. J. W. Panglc will take some of David Dunlops horses now in charge of William Garth, to the coast. Pater will be among them and possibly Bllie Hibbs. Mr. Pangle bought today from W. A. Stotesbury the two-year-old Aristotle for 00. II. Flippcn sold his steeplechaser, Jack Barr, to Mr. W. S. Skinker, of Virginia, for 00, Riley Graiinau was at the ty-aek today.