New York Horses Reach Maryland: Majority of Them Are Quartered at Pimlico Preparing for Coming Autumn Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-31


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NEW YORK HORSES REACH MARYLAND Majority of Them Are Quartered at Pimlico Preparing for Coming Autumn Meeting". RALTIMORE, Md., October SO. The horses that took part in the last of the New York meetings at Yonkers track are arriving in Maryland every day, and most of them are stopping at Pimlico to rest up for the Maryland Jockey Clubs meeting, which will begin on Saturday. These new arrivals will not get much rest, but a few days will serve to freshen campaigners that have been hard at it at Jamaica, Aqueduct and Yonkers. Frank D. Weir has come here with Toto, Old Rosebud and Tetley and others of less renown. R. L. Bresler is in Maryland again with Woodtrap. the hearty son of Trap Rock, also the sprinters Ultima Thule and Jock Scot. Ultima Thule and Jock Scot, which have not had a great deal of it recently, may not require a lot of freshening, but Woodtrap is another projwsition. Woodtrap has been through a grilling at Yonkers such as few platers are asked to stand. Jock Scot probably will be tho most useful of the Bresler string. Raleigh Colston has come back with Drummond, which has shown up well this fall, also that excellent Superman filly, Ormonda. A. J. Golds-borough is bringing on Recount and Snapdragon II., tho star handicap horses of the stable of Andrew Miller, also the two-year-old Biff Bang. The. Triple Springs Farm trainer is "bringing Pen Rose, which began a brilliant two-year-old career in Maryland a year ago last spring, also Senator Crow and three or four other handy platers, and Fred Burlew is on the ground with Irish Dream, a fast son of The Curragh and a formidable candidate for the ,000 Walden Stakes.

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