Exterminator the Winner: Adds Pimlico Cup to His Long List of Stake Victories, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-14


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EXTERMINATOR THE WINNER : i Adds Pimlico Cup to His Long List of Stake Victories. Has Won Over 0,000 for W. S. Kilmer Since Joining His Stable. j - : ; PIMLICO, Md., November 13. Willis Sharpe Kilmers Exterminator added the Pimlico Cup to the long list of victories he has scored since winning the Kentucky Derby for the Binghamton sportsman. The Pimlico Cup called for a race at two miles and a quarter. Exterminator carried top weight and conceded twenty-one pounds to Boyce Rools and twenty-three to Woodtrap. He was ridden by C. Kuminer, raced under a stout pull for the first two miles and at the end beat Royce Rools by four lengths. It was a source of great satisfaction to Mr. McDaniel to win the Pimlico Cup with Exterminator, as he regards that racer as one of the best liorses he ever trained. Exterminator won his first and last start for Mr. Kilmer this year. He won his first four starts and also his last. His total winnings since passing into Mr. Kilmers stable has been over 0,000. Henry McDaniel will leave for Sun Briar Court tomorrow with Exterminator and, after turning the horse over, will sever his connection, with Mr. Kilmer, having, signedto train, Jog JtcjKatJ.GeraK next year. Litte Tippity Witchet came right back today and repeated his success of yesterday. However, this afternoon he was hard pressed to win by Slippery Elm, which also endeavored to duplicate his win of yesterday, but failed by a half length of overtaking the great little Broomstick gelding.. Rupica scored a sensational victory in the steeplechase contest. He went to his knees at the eleventh fence, but recovered quickly and, taking after the leader, got up and won by a head. An inexperienced rider in E. Ludwig brought about the defeat of Nightstick, the outstanding favorite in the second race. He raced the old fellow into a big early lead and kept him liard at it until the stretch was reached, where Nightstick-tired and had nothing left to resist the powerful closing rush of Prunes, which drew away at the end. KINNOUL FAILS BACKERS. , W. M. Jeffords Kinnoul proved a disappointment in the sixth race, tiring badly after getting to the leaders entering the stretch. He finished third to Faisan Dore and St. Allan. The hopes of the talent were centered . in John I. Day to somewhat retrieve the fortunes of the day, but again they were doomed to further dis appointment, as Freemantle easily took the measure of the favorite. G. M. Ridge lias taken a contract on the, apprentice E. Lomas arid will take the lad to Cuba. Lb-mas is said to be a promising rider and will be given plenty of opportunity for showing his merit next winter. Colin Campbell purchased at -private sale-of Fred Burlew the sprinter Alvord. James Johnston purchased Lucius of E. W. Price and will ship him to New Orleans. . Max Ilirsch will ship the Loft horses to Belmont Park tomorrow. His apprentice rider,. Pierce, will go to Bowie and New -.Orleans with Bob Smith, who will look after the lad during the winter. Hirsch will dispose of Clarabella, Dottie yandiver and Jean Bullant at private sale. Jack McCormack, who formerly trained for Jefferson Livingston, was an arrival from the west. McCormack has decided to rest for a while and will winter at Jamaica. Gene Lutz was called to Cincinnati on account of the illness of his wife. Clint Dewitt has arranged to train the horses which will race at New Orleans in the name of the Lafayette Stable. The Triple Springs Farms plater, Judge Wing- . field, died at Key "West, Fla., of fever, contracted en route from New York to Cuba.

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