Baltimore Brewers Stakes To Botanist.: Favorites Fare Badly at Pimlico--Ivanhoe Blistered and Retired for a Rest., Daily Racing Form, 1908-04-30


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BALTIMORE BREWERS STAKES TO BOTANIST Favorites Fare Badly at Pimlico Ivanhoe Blistered and Retired for a Rest Baltimore Md April 20 The Baltimore Brewers Soiling Stakes the feature race of the card offered by the Maryland Jockey Club today proved an easy victory for M It I laymans Botanist which won by a length from Bellwether after making most of the pace Botanist was ridden by MKahey and was an oddson favorite and incidentally he was the only favorite that won during the afternoon The race was robbed of much of its interest by the with ¬ drawal of ten of the fifteen carded cardedThe The wcathfr conditions could not well have been improved on and a large crowd turned out The defeat of live heavily backed choices enabled the layers to even up tin ir losses of the first few days of the meeting Among the beaten favorites was dell Turney a colt that is rated as the best of his age in training here Cb11 Turney was undoubtedly a hit short and it is doubtful if Laughing Eyes which finished in front of him today will do so again the next time the pair meet meetGeneral General W T Townes lias decided not to race bis twoyearold filly Taboo again until at the Bel mimt Park meeting She will he siiipped to Iteliiiout Park at the close of the Pimlico meeting to ful 1111 ier stake engagements there Later on tin stable will probably be sent north and raced on the Canadian circuit circuitIvanhoe Ivanhoe struck himself In his last race and gave indications of bowing Trainer Tom Mannlx decided to lay him up and the leg was blistered blisteredJockey Jockey Conlin under contract to R E Watkins got in this morning The hoy has been farmed out for four mouths to Joe Shields who will make his engagements engagementsG G S Caniiehl the Canadian lionkmaker lias re ¬ turned to his home in Toronto Caiiiichl lost 4010 the first live days of the meeting and decided to rest up meetingJ until the ojKMiliu of the Woodbine Park meeting J W Colt lias purchased of A G Westou the threeyearold Truro with the idea of making a steeplechaser of him himThe The names of tin three twoyearold fillies which A G Wcstoii will race for It T Wilson Jr are Christmas Elsie F and Plmpanie

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