Druid Hill Park Stakes To Al Busch.: Shows Much Improvement Over His Washington Form and Easily Defeats Taboo., Daily Racing Form, 1908-04-28


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DRUID HILL PARK STAKES TO AL BUSCH Shows Much Improvement Over His Washington Form and Easily Defeats Taboo Baltimore Md April 27 Tlie Druid Hill Park Stakes for twoyearolds and the feature of tlie program offered Pimlico patrons this afternoon proved an easy victory for Al Busch which ran coupled with M T Greene as the Shields entry Al Busch was ridden by Murphy outbroke his op ¬ ponents dashed into a commanding lead before they had gone a furlong and was never headed leading Taboo by a length and a half after the winning mark was passed A Held of tlie best youngsters that lias started at Pimlico in some years went to the post in this race Taboo on tlie strength of the good form she showed at Washington found strong support while racegoers who had seen Sim eoe perform at New Orleans picked out the Madigan colt as the probable winner The betting on the race was divided between this pair Taboo managed to finish second but Simcoes chances were not helped any by a rather ragged start and much early interference There were five added starters the new ones being Cunning Indian Hunter Golden Castle Cheek and Hawkwiug The last two were coupled as the Garth entry entryKemp Kemp Khlgeley which was raced at the City Park meeting at New Orleans showed a good performance in the steeplechase In which lie made an exhibition of his opponents and won in runaway fashion Kenip Uldgeley was ridden by K Holder was under re ¬ straint all the way and won in a canter from Bottle Landon The winner covered the twomile eoursi in 420 which meant a new track record This colt will be shipped to Helmont Park at the close of the present mooting where lie will get his filial preparation for tlie Grand National Steeple ¬ chase Favorites won three of the races the successful choices being Servile Kemp Kidegeley and Park View Jockey Charley Koerner rode the winner In the first two races and finished second In the third with Ontario lu the third race Sugar Pine hung up a new track record for seven furlongs when he ran the distance in 127 127J J C Nally arrived from Bemiing this morning with his stable stableAllan Allan Steele has arranged to ship the threeyear old Gilvodear to Louisville next Saturday morning Gilvedear is an eligible for the Kentucky Derby and is a sure starter in that race provided he ships well He was sent a mile and a quarter this morning in 2 which is very fast for this track Jockey Joe Hogg has been engaged to ride the colt in tlie Derby DerbyJockeys Jockeys C AValkcr and Boyling were granted li ¬ censes by the local stewards this morning morningA A G Wcston has received word from Thomas Healey that he would ship three twoyearold fillies the property of It T Wilson Jr to Pimlico tomor ¬ row Westou will race these youngsters for Mr AVilson on the second circuit

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