Purses Only At Pimlico: Big Fields To Go To The Post In Nearly All The Races.; Cuban Owner Wins with a Promising Two-Year-Old But Loses Him in the Sale That Follows--Corn Tassel Takes a Race for Owner Wilson., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-03


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PURSES ONLY AT NML1C0 BIG FIELDS TO GO TO THE TOST IN NEARLY ALL THE RACES. Cuban Owner Wins with a Promising Two-Year- Olri But Losc Him in ihe Sale that Follows — Corn ItUMl Takeo a Race for Owner Wilson. Willi a, Md . May 2. Todays prograM :. rim i. . was Made u|i i.r .1 series r overnight rami, iii wiiu h large fieMa an m to the pout. Then were aevea atarten in the third race, thirteen in tin- fourth aad twehre in h- -i septa ha ■• ■■. The fourth race waa a dash of ■ half anile, for twra -year-aide, under Belling conditions aad it enabled Beaor Faquierdo ■ .! Havaaa to show iii what looks like ■ aiost proaaiaiag youngster in Orlando of Havana, which cane from the rear diviaioa ia the aaeneatreteh aad got ap in the riaal atrides t "•it 1 dds-ea favorite Bweet Marguerite by a aeee. Uriaado "." Havaaa waa catered to in- ■ id for 00 aad Alherl Simons stepped oat an 1 hid liiia to .SI. mio ami aerated hfaa at that figure. "iii Tassel proved »■ : of the Ms band of aiaid raja that weal to the poet in the third race, aad be beat Riverside, the paceaaaker, out by a length. Mitt Winn. Harry Breivogie ami Senator Johnson of Maiylaad, were visitors. Uohwtel Winn said that in tin- federal campaign lo raise an ana; fund, he was heartily in favor of a tax oa the raciag aaaoeiathNM a;, I that be expected a better Meeting at Chntchill I to waa thaa erer before in the history of thai faaaowM rowrse. Ifr. Breivogle came down in ni ni- boa • i : i» trail to attead tin- annual Meet lag of the Laurel association, which will hi- held to Morrow. Both I - an.! Ifr. Winn will leave far Louisville torn* rrow night. ! . Higgins of Montreal, ami Jack Adler of Now York, were . i iters. Adler was famous for many jreara a-. ihe official riag annoaai i on the Sew Vork ti-a.l.. GiiTord A. Cachraa Arrives from New York. nifford A. Cochran waa an arrival from Now York this Mora lag aad ronteaaptatea reaaainiag for the ra ; ■ :;. -...-k to take in Um raciag al Phu-li.o. Kour foal, Ii.im arrived al Mr. Ceehraaa hit. Kiaco I -"arm. all of which are by His Majesty. The latter laa prored him -if ■ aura foal getter aad of the tea foab : has already aired, aiae are rolts. The four foala tbh year an- sons of Karl Rose, GwMea Drop ami Veil, ami Ceunesaare has.! filly, Heapech i ycl lo f«al. The wo Baglish mares Qwalr, hy Onae Memoir, ami Class Jag, by lain gktaa ■ AMphera, that won- imported list fill, proved not to be in foal an. I tiny will ho bred to Ilia Majesty this spring. Qwair is a half sister to La riecke. The atecplecliaser Footlights, the proper ty of i;. 1.. Gerry, Injured hiaaaelf while being acheaacd the other MMIlllH an.! was shot. .1. WafaUer, one of the Jockey Clwb staff who ails as bookkeeper al the Marybtad tracks ami also at Belmoat Park, was the recipient of congratulations from his many fihada al Phailice. Ho was Married a few days ago. Brooaaaedge was clataned after ha was beatea yesterday hy B. I efietd for ,500. The stable thai was baraed at Pimlieo yesterday Moralag has beea rebaill ami was ready for scca-paacy this ereaiag. Tin superintendent pal a force f forty carpeatt ra at work yesterday ■ftriaoaa as soon as the dehria was rcMored and the work was rwafaed thrawgt in recard thwe. Raleigh Colston to Open Public Stable. It. Golstoa, waa was laaklag after a division of the William Garth stable dariag tin- winter, is here ami will open a poMic trainiag stable. Colston, while ,n the eaaatoy al Boh rorsytbe, ihuhwjed a number of high class horses. Bdward : . Whitneys plater Cagliostro fell buae after beiag worked this asoraiag ami was exewaed from atartiag hy tin- sti wirda. The aaadicappera at Phwliea certaialy have their work out oat i.,r tbeM. There were no less than 3H horses to !„■ aaaigwed weighta in the Phwliea Bpriag Handicap. The board of stewards of the Wihwiagtoa mooting will l« Algeraoa Uaiagerfletd, secretary of the lackey Chan, Heavy K. Morris, secretary of the National Bteeplecliaae Associatiasi, and H. T. Wallace, a oroioiiii nt citizen of Wilmington, who baa beea interested in horses. Frank Capra is Makiag tlie engagements for Joekey Merfaaee at Pfanlica. There will be a moiling of Ihe Thoroughbred Betas Association at the Bubmbaa at 8 p. m. Thars-d.iy. May S. AH of the hurst men raciag at Pimlico are iavited to attend.

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