Parr Colors Unbeatable: His Warlock Wins the Green Spring Valley Steeplechase.; Papp Defeats Old Rosebud--Quincy Stable Scores a Double Victory., Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-11


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PARR iCOLORS UNBEATABLE His Warlock Wins the Green Spring Valley Steeplechase Bapp Defeats Old Rosetya RosetyaQuincy Quincy Stable Scores a aDouble Double Victory PIMLTCOMd May 10 Capt Had Parrs colors appear to be unbeatable in the race through the field The climax of the wondeifful successes scored by the stable during the paJt week came today when the Captains AVarloc carried off the rich Green Spring Valley Steeplechase beating all the best jumpers in the country I Warlock was ridden by H Crawford came from frombehind behind it the last turn of the field and won bvl half dozen lengths over Brooks the Manly Memorial winner of 1017 The winners share of the stake was 4350 Warlocks victory was tli sixth the Pan stable has won this week I IThe The following is a condensed history of tho Green Valley Steeplechase from 1007 to date AWt JocUtty Val Timo 4 145 G Arhld 725 420 y 1008 Goldfleur G 153 Savage 800 420 1000 Algie 5 140 A SmJth 585 4 435i 35i 1910 Algie li 158 N Jafkson 710505 1011 AVaterspeed 7 148 Mahonl 530 427 1912 George Eno 3 13S AV Afllen 555 35 1013 The AVelkin 8 HJ3 AV f Hen 875453 1014 Bay Brook 3 149 MrTfWrht 870 452 1915 Battery 15 13fi B lllaynes 533 40 1917 Bryndor 7 138 L if ranklin 1720 359 V 1018 II of K MawrS 141 S Kilish 4000350 1019 Warlock 8 138 R HICrfd 4330401 DtetancuYlnout2 miles in llOLi330Sp1900riOl2 1015 and 1917 2 14 miles in IQr miles in 1918 Not run in 191 i 1 Additional features offered Maryland Jockey Club today were the HfIVId5u 1 Vlrtlcal Equity Handicap and Country cVAV cVAVnnd nnd nndnn nn In the Equity Handicap 1app beatom 1Itos l be cause tlio famous old gelding way l rly ridden by Dreyer The latter dropped Ol ofebiul beMj l Iapp and stayed there1 In the tretc run he piu up an amateurish finish resulting m tlle t ot tlio old favorite The Quincy Stable scored a i10 l durin tin afternoon Comme Ci winning tlt ° s ° coi l Ince at one mile and Anniversary the Tu Tulor lor ursc ru ls OVER THERE QUALIFIES FOI Over There carrying the silks Wi It Coo qualified handsomely for the rich Vreakness Stlkes by an impressive victory in the Bcl illere Handicap in which lie beat AV Viaus crack fc monHenr in i manner that left no doubt as to his superiority superiorityIt It II McCarter Potter former uownLr of Pequest Stud in New Jersey arid breyler ° f several good horses was a visitor at PimlieC J2 A great number of twoyearolds ar arl l aro on the ailing list which accounts fo tll t n n fields In these races Many of them vflt rght along but have a slight cough and fevcf AV II Kurrick and Jerry Murphy havK fied their their intention of riding in the ri rie e for old timers The committee in = Charge flfj the therlct rlct pass on all applicants before they are pertnittca to accept mounts in the race W P Burch reports that the promising hree yearold Pride of India developed a slight ffcver after his last race and it iff not likely that ho will be si starter in the Preakness PreaknessGene Gene Lutz lias sent his horses toJamili icfepy Erickson the stables rider who is restjll p at Havre de Grace expects to be in comtU n tr accept meetingA mounts by the opening pf that meeting A C Porrettos plater Mr Mack while being galloped at Pimlico Friday incrnlng stumbled and broke destroyedC his leg He was destroyed C N Freeman boosted Joan of Arc after her recent victory and secured her for 1005 1005Jack Jack Flanders one of the veteran employes of the various associations on the metropolitan circuit who was taken ill while about to leave Havre de Grace for New YorJj several days ago was a visitor at Pimlico yesterday He will remain here until Sunday when he will return to Brooklyn

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