Many Horses Quartered at Pimlico.: Already Enough on Hand to Start the Meeting and More to Come-Touchwood Training Soundly., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-12


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MANY HORSES QUARTERED AT PIMLIC0. Already Enough on Hand to Staat the Meeting and Mole to Come — Touchwood Training Soundly. Baltimore. Md.. April 11. There are already enough horses at Pinili.o to start ■ race meeting. There has never been ■ awethnx here that has at-rraeted aa atanj anrnera bo long before the opening. arhile more are to eaaae. With such stables on hand a- those of Barney Sehrelber, II. L. Hhaar, William Garth, Clyde, Amos Turney. C. C. Sinitiisoii. 11. Smith. Harry Kites, G. A. Brander. W. J. Wilson. Join, l Bartlett. G. It. Toasnkins, Pr. J. S. Tvree. w. M. Kerr. B. Madlsaa Mitchell, Jerry Maruhy. P. Gallagber. Pal Hacan. T. Wright. William Keating, Henry McCarthy, Woods Garth, T. K. Cole-. George Sbenuan and .1. J. Pahey. the i:e. ting should be I big success, not only ram 1 ■at-raetng standpoint, bal also for the steeplechase feature. are all regulars at Pitnlieo. and as there is not ■ sick bar •• si the track the opening days card will doubtless 1m one of the most attractive ever arranged here. Despite the conflict with Aqueduct -• ! d the .-tars of the turf will be seen In action hero. Among the stable- which will be shipped to Phnlica at the deee of the Jamestown meeting will be those belonging to David Punlop. g. W. tarntack. Frank McCabe, Hugh Penny. Frank Ughtfaal and the secnn.l division of the Garth, Sinith-on and Coles -tabic- that are being handled in their races here by Siniili-on and Lewis. Garth. Them are s;!ll nan racers to come front Benning and from Jacksonville, where the closing of the Bseetiag at Moncreif Park aa April 14 will give the horsemen at Florida ample time to ship to Pimlico for ti.e inaugural aayl sport. Tarn ha ue il, David Donlona steeplechaser, will be among the fencers that will parade through the held to the starring petal !n the jumping races to be run during the meeting at Phnlico. According to the latest reports from Jamestown, where John W. I. ingle ha- the Punlop horses in training. TonchWOOd is showing no signs of the lut-iking down that imt him out of commission last fall shortly before the opening of the race meeting here. It was at Kich-mond that the chestnm by Norwood eollap-cd. Trainer Pangle sent him to the Dunlop farm in Pet. labnig. Va.. where Touchwood recovered. P is peehnbie that Mr. Dunlop will engage Pick SnlTol to ride Touchwood, as it was SafTel who piloted the bone in sever:-! of his victories last sea son. Baflel i- now at Pimiico and will ride during the Meeting as a free lance. Saffel is a Virginian. .111 I as the racing contingent from the Old Dominion -cncrallv sticks pretty close together. Sallel will not likely be on the ground much during the running of the III— iwnallJ events. Punlop wiii bring a fomUdabie string here at the close of the Jauics town ineeling. ineluiling the two-year old. Master John. Takahira and Bess Fttshngh, with which Mr. Dunlop Fxnecta to win the Clabaugh Memorial. Dr. ,1. S. Tyree is to be represented in the Cli-hangta klensarul by two entiWs. bat he baa not .inst _.t detemrined Which they will be. He has si Iwo-j ear-old-, one a bay lilly by Filigram — Allies. a brown colt by St. Dory — Hank Woodward, a brown c.dt by Pi.vioi;-— Ponm aina. a chestnut tilly by Knight of tiie Thistle — Miss Hanover, a chestnut colt by Nasturtium — Handicap and .1 chestnut colt by Dahlia — Rose Washington. All of the youngsters lave been ■honing an excellent turn of speed in their early training at Benning. old horses in the Tvree stable are Cheek and Indian Hunter, and both look well. Henry McCarthy is here with Rose Beaumont. Miss OToole and a two-year-old colt by Orlando. Rose Beaaaaont, .11 her nrerk at Penning, onahl to be good enough to win here and McCarthy thinks she will. Henry Craven, trainer for the Neville estate of Virginia, i- at the trick with ten horses from the Neville farm in Virginia. Among those that will nice in tin- colors of the late Colonel Neville will be Harpist IL. and Ticket of Leave. Hercit-loid was one of the heat fencers around New York two or three yean ago. He was third to Good and Plenty and Grandpa in the Grand National Steeplechase in I90fl at Belmont Park, while shortly after that he won a irood race over the same course. John F. Bartlett. the local turfman, who owns Live Wire. Rostrum. St. Regis and other horses, is saawnlns, the loss of the two-year-old. Hat Brash, which cot; died at Pimlico yestcrdaw. This young ster was by Ben Stnune and was a victim of lung fever, which it is thought he contracted coming from Florida. Hat Brush was named in the Pimlico Nursery aad Mr. Bartlett ami his trainer. Walter Congdon. thought well of him. It is announced by trainer John Powers that Jack Atkin will positively go to the jMist in the Carter Handicap, to be run ou the aneaflnsj day of the Aajne-duct meeting Friday. Recent work-outs at the track included the following: Beau Chilton— Half mile in r.4i. Charlie Ball— Half mile in 50. King Commoner — Half mile in Sift, M:irtiu Pov! • -Three-eighths in 06. Olive Klv — Half mile in ."..".J. Solwik — Mile and an eighth in 2:0«. Sig— Three-eighths in 3C. Smoker— Half mile in oOJt. St. Regi- Till 1 * liaaitin in 1:22. Stirgowan Five-eighths in 1:07. Thin C«ok — Thru Quarters in l:2l». Thistledale— Five eighths in 1:10.

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