Pimlico Patrons In Luck: First Warm Day Of The Meeting Makes It Pleasant For All Concerned.; Trial by Jury at Long Odds Defeats The Decision and Kewessa in a Nose and Nose Finish--Bayberry Candle Wins All the Way., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-12


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i I I | I ! I . 1 | ! I PIMLICO PATRONS IN LUCK FIRST WARM DAY OF THE MEETING MAKES IT FLEASANT FOR ALL CONCERNED. Trial fcy Jury at Long Odd; Defeats Tho Decision and Kewtissa in a Nor.e a.id Noie Finish — Bayherry Can.Uo Wins All the Way. Pimlico. BdL, May 11.— The program at Pimlico this afternoon was in the main made up of a series of handicaps, a selling handicap for three year-olds at one mile, the Ilelvidere Handicap. with ,200 added, at a mile and I sixteenth, the Eipiity Handicap, a dash of three ipiarters and the Country Club Handicap, at a mile and sixty yard-. The Brtvkfcn. Handicap went to Bayberry Ceadlc, wheeh lad from the start and won in a caater. The best contest of the day came with the running of the Equity Handicap, in Which j the first tiiree finished noses apsirt. Trial by Jury getting ap in the final stride to beat The Decision, .vhieii in turn just lasted long enough to nose Kev.es .: out. B. i . McDaaieB showed that lie taaai how to condition a ateeplechaaet as well as a Hat racer. when be sent the winner af the Mount Waahiagtaa Kteeplechaae to the pa t. in the gehttag Maaalight li. It waa tie- latter* find start at the ateetiag and he feared in faultless fashion and won easily. The atteadaaee was large, tin- weather being a/arm aad summer like for the find time dace the eteetiag began. Much interest is being taken in the running of tie Preakness Handicap tomorrow, in which a big field is to ga to the post. Mrs. s. ii. BcNaaghtea lost the caed-leakteg three year old Jane-- K. Cuiamings after he wan beaten yeatarday. 8am Louis took the colt for ,200. David Pelasco was among the visitors this after- aoon. William Hurley arrived at Pimlico last night with K. H. Bradleya KaHtaa. After filling his engagement in I he Pi-en!: less 8t iU-s I aaCCIWW, kalitau will be shipped back to Cliurchill Downs at Louis--. ill.-. William Midgley will leave for Helmont Park Sunday with the Q. A. Cochran string. A division of the siring that T. J. Ibahv is training for R. T. Wilsan will silso leave in the same cur. A notice was posted in tie- so. retarys office Waraiag owners and trainers agahatt harboring the exrrriae boys Michael Terry, who left the employ of William Garth, and Arnold Barrett, who left the employ of James K awe. Capt. P. M, Walker Arrives from Virerinia. Captain P. M. Walk r came down from Virginia for a f.w day- rariag. Captain Walker baa aae or the finest farms in the historic Shenandoah Valley. It is known as the Page I .rook Farm and is Heated at P.oyce. Clark county. There are IM aeree of the finest blue graaa, on which there are five aprhaga. There are aix yearihaga on tin- place, two by Sweep, one liy Beadeataa ii.. one by His Mil j. -ty. one by Peep oDay and one by Siiai kleton. Twelve f.als have arrived at the farm this spring, the following being by Captain Walkers stallion Hard of Hope: Chestnut fitly, dam Star of Kunii.v-m.de; bay filly, dam Isidora : chestnut filly, dam Lady Fern, half sister to Hambarg; bay colt, dam Paachette; cheatamt filly, dam The Caatia; bay celt, dam Lady Francis, sister t QrajdaBa, and bay filly, dam Btawah, the dam of the latter being a -i-.ier to Arm i i i. the dam of tin- lips. .in llcrby winuer Durbar. The other foals are chestnut colt, by Celt — Pallet Gill, half Mater to Pallet, and buy colt, by Priiinin.-l Priuzessin, dam of ltoyul Message and Kdith Inez. Tie- three-year-old Peautifiil Morn, the property of V. W . I.ooney of Philadelphia, has iieen thrown out .f traiadag. The filly ealhd up lame after a recent work out and will bo turned out until next fall. William Garth will leave for Toronto on Tuesday next with ten of the Ball Parr horses. In-claded in the shipment will be Crimper. The I.el-giga II.. Nebraka. Robert Oliver, and Shannon Liver. Both Mr. Parr and Mr. Oeadea will also !■•• at Toronto some time during the Woodbine meeting. Iwis Garth will leave for Toronto Wednesday with a division of the Garth stable that he is train- iim. It is possible that he may take as many as twenty -five horses. The officials of the Wilmington meeting have been announced. They are as follows: Stewards. Henry .1. Morris, Algernon Daingerfiehl and H. T. Wallace; judges. C. Cornehlsen and Harry Price; clerk of the scales. C, Cornehlsen; starter, Ceorge T. Miller: panMeeh judge. Charles Thomas; entry clerk. Otto Towusend; racing secretary, L. A. Cas-sidy.

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