Pimlico Going Changes: Eastern Race-Goers Put In Disagreeable Day At Maryland Course.; Parr Entry Finishes First and Second in the Pimlico Nursery and Enniskillen Wins the Crickmore Memorial Steeplechase., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-18


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PIMLICO GOING CHANGES EASTERN RACEGOERS PUT IN DISAGREEABLE DAY AT MARYLAND COURSE Parr Entry Finishes First and Second in the Pimlico Nursery and Enniskillcn Wins the Crickmore CrickmoreMemorial Memorial Steeplechase Baltimore Mil May 17 Racing at Pimlico this afternoon was under disagreeable conditions Tho weather was cold and raw and a drizzling rain fell steadily The track was heavy as heavy tracks at Pimlico go and horses that fancied soft going wero in their element Scratches were numerous in somo of the races but the two feature contests suffered less than the others on that score Besides tho Crickmore Memorial Steeplechase there was offered as an additional attraction the Pimlico Nursery a dasli of four and a half furlongs for twoyearolds Eleven jumpers went to the post in the steeple ¬ chase race and seven of them finished the winner turning up iu Enniskillcn which beat Kcllul by a length The Belmout entry were supposed to hold the others safe in the Pimlico Nursery but they proved a big disappointment The Parr entry Ex ¬ ecutor and Mater finished first and second beating the others off Executor showed that he was a good mud runner by dashing to the front and draw Ing away into a commanding lead He had an eight lengths advantage in entering the homestretch and he beat his stable companion three lengths aftor be ¬ ing cased up at the finish finishCorn Corn Broom which finished second in the second race paid holders of 1 place tickets 301io 301ioThe The disappointment of the day was furnished by Bwana Tuinbo which was lieatcn by Virile in tho sixfurlongs handicap for which he was a prohibi ¬ tive choice Bwana Tuinbo was outrun from tho start and under a hard drive managed to get up iu time to finish second secondPrevious Previous to the races this afternoon a sale of horses was held in the paddock when the following were disposed of Phew to J M Cooper 205 Long Tail J E Davis 230 Sweet Spices J M MiUmrn 100 Bessie Belle E Hall Jr 50 Castara M C Kelly 142 Lucullea E Cockey 95 Danny Weiskopf E Cockey 102 Irvin tPJ Diggs J J Caffery 110 Pigie C E Hall Jr 70 Breakfast J H McCarren 150 E L Carroll purchased from J O Talbott at private sale the twoyearold Sanctuary for SOO Lahore which has been working well and is a can ¬ didate for the Toronto Cup to be run during the Woodbine spring meeting will IK shipped to To ¬ ronto on Tuesday to fill his engagement in that stake J Wilson will probably hay the mount mountAugust August Belmont came over from New York to sre his colts Flittergold and Defenduui run in the Fimlieo Nursery NurseryW W M Northey secretary of the Montreal Jockey Club after looking over the operation of the mittuel machines at Pimlico yesterday and today departed for Washington He reports that plenty of horses will 1 on hand for the meeting at Blue Bonnets As a matter of fact there will be more horses at Blue Bonnets this spring than were there last fall

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