Another For Samuel Ross: Crank Wins for Washington Turfman--Close Finishes Feature Wednesdays Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-12


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ANOTHER FOR SAMUEL ROSS Crank Wins for Washington Turfman Close Finishes Feature Wednesdays Racing BALTIMORE Mil May 11 The Samuel Ross stable whoso horses appear to be in excellent form this spring furnished another winner at Pimlico this afternoon when Crank won the South ¬ ern Handicap a dash of threequarters of a mile in which he beat a band of the best sprinters rac ¬ ing litre Crank was ridden by Keogh overcame a lot of interference in the early stages closed with a rush next to the inside rail rounding tin far turn and in a driving finish beat this lightly weighted Iannman by a half length lengthOne One of the best finishes ever seen at Pimlico came witli the running of the first race when six of the several starters passed the winning mark heads apart The winner turned up in Aunt Agnes which made all the pace and just lasted long enough to withstand the rush of Al the latter clos ¬ ing with a rush on the outside Aunt Agnes paid J10770 in the 2 mutuels mutuelsStirring Stirring finishes came with the running of a majority of the races Kun iuoi had to be hard ridden to beat Roseate by a half a length in the second and Ireland beat Crest Hill a head in the Hampden Steeplechase In the fifth race Walnut Hall and Tantalus fought it out through the home stretch and in the final drive the former proved gamer and won by a head headThomas Thomas Gorman secretary of the Connaught Park Jockey Club was a visitor at Pimlico He is here to confer with Joseph McLennan who will make up the program book of the meeting Mr Gorman will remain here for a few days before returning to Ottawa OttawaThomas Thomas Hodge has shipped his string to the Blue Bonnets course in Montreal where they will be rested until the opening of that meeting meetingThe The stables of Dee Hammond and J W Heath will be shipped to the Mouut Royal track at the conclusion of the meeting meetingCharles Charles F Hill of the Thouroughbred Sales Comiiaiijvcame over from Xev XevjYorki jYorki tUitvmprninfr to superintend the sales of tlwF brood mares and sucklings which will be held at the Koss stud farm at Laurel tomorrow tomorrowW W H Kowe is here taking in the racing at Pimlico and will go to Toronto for the opening day at Woodbine Park where he will be represented by a strong stable stableTim Tim Donolme has arranged to ship the F Am ¬ brose Clark string of steeplechasers and flat racers from here to Toronto on Monday MondayCapt Capt P M Walker was an interested spectator at Pimlico He arrived from his farm in Virginia yesterday and had the pleasure of seeing two horses of his breeding win when Equal Rights beat a big band of twoyearolds in the first and when Lord Baltimore led Home some of the best young ¬ sters racing here in the Spring Juvenile Stakes StakesIt It is said that arrangements will be made by 1 K L Boss for the services of J Keogh until tiie opening of the Saratoga meeting meetingDixie Dixie Land which fell during the running of the steeplechase yesterday broke one of his legs and was destroyed destroyedTommy Tommy Wright was a visitor at Pimlico this afternoon He leaves for New York tomorrow to be on hand for the Belmont Terminal Meeting on Satin day dayJockey Jockey Gregory the good apprentice under con ¬ tract to T F Bornman has been ordered to report to his employer at the Woodbine Gregory will delay his departure until the conclusion of the Pimlico meeting as his services are much in de ¬ mand here hereE E C Griffith reports the loss of a black colt foaled by Celto at his farm at Latamont N Y Trout Fly has what William Garth reports the hand ¬ somest yearling at his farm in Virginia in a colt by the English stallion Berilldon Trout Fly and the colt are now at the Griffitli farm farmChannelise Channelise has a weanling filly by the All Gold stallion Solomon SolomonSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey C Mergler received word this morning of the deatii of his father at his farm near Havre de Grace

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