Pimlico Oaks To Careful: Crack Filly Returns from Kentucky and Captures Valuable Maryland Race., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-13


view raw text

PIMLICO OAKS TO CAREFUL Crack Filly Returns from Kentucky and Cap tures Valuable Maryland Race BALTIMORE Mil May 12 Careful winner of the Chesapeake Stakes at Havre de Grace some three weeks ago celebrated her return from Ken ¬ tucky where she finished unplaced last Salimlay in the historic Derby by beating Spalding Lowe Jenkins Polly Ann in the 5000 Pimlico Oaks this afternoon Marylands be t spring special for threeyearold fillies was run in a pelting rain and through muddy going There were only three starter and Careful was an overwhelming favorite she being an added starter Conceding eight pounds to Polly Ann whose earlier Maryland form had been brilliant she took the lead from the daughter of Superman at the start and held it to the finish But she never had a harder race Polly Ann moved up close to her after the first half mile of the mile and a sixteenth route had been traveled and raced head andliead with her down to the finish Careful got home first a head to the good probably because Kengh outrode Moiris Joan Marie the other starter was beaten off offAs As a public trial for the Preakness Stakes which will be nenewed here next Monday Carcfuls race was highly encouraging and the little Wrack filly which carries her speed equally well over a dry track iss ure to have many admirers Having won most of her good twoyearold races in Maryland Careful is a general favorite with patrons of the sport from Baltimore and Washington WashingtonIn In spite of the miserable weather a crowd of 7000 witnessed the renewal of the Oaks The grandstand was jammed and many stood in the rain on the bleachers to watch the races racesA A band of maiden twoyearolds made up the field in the opening dash and the winner came from the stable of J II Lotichheim in the Granite filly Ogarite After following the pacemaker closely from the start she was forced wide on the stretch turn but finished with great speed and courage passing Chatcaugay in the last sixteenth and draw ¬ ing clear at the end endAnother Another band of maidens met in the following followingrace race but in this case they were threeyearolds threeyearoldsThe The public found it a difficult task to select the theprobable probable winner preference being shown for J S SCosdens Cosdens Theodosia That miss however failed to torace race up to expectations and was led home by Ac tress Parhelion and William of Corotoman in the thei i order named The first mentioned found the going goingi i to her liking and easily outdistanced the others othersROBERT ROBERT OLIVER FAILS DISMALLY DISMALLYThe The Glenmore Steeplechase was tha attraction through the field and it furnished a decided upset in the defeat of Robert Oliver The Lumsdcu jumper was thought to bs invincible in the going that prevailed but appeared to sulk and would not extend himself The winner turned up in Syrdarya which fencing in faultless style led by a wide margin throughout Elysian was second secondThe The Annapolis Handicap run as the sixth race resulted in the downfall of the warm favorite My Dear the Musante racer being outrun all the way by Sea Pirate and Jeg The former after leading from the start was only cantering at the end six lengths in advance of Jeg JegStar Star Voter and Careful were arrivals from Ken ¬ tucky and the latter appeared slightly lame when she was unloaded from the car carSam Sam Lcuis disposed of the twoyearold General Agramonte to Lee Erb and the hitter shipped the colt to Kentucky in the same car with His Choice1 Erb paid 3000 for his new purchase purchaseT T I Whalen who a few years back raced a stable of steeplechase horses in partnership with Ainee Carruthers is here looking over the jump ¬ ers with the idea of strengthening his stable Mr Whalen has two steeplechasers at the Woodbine Meadow Breeze and Full Cry which are being looked after by John Walker He also has th flat racer Irish Jig in his stable stableJames James Rowe wired the management that he would arrive at Pimlico on Sunday with the Harry Payne Whitney candidates for the Preakness PreaknessE E P OMoara superintendent of Commamer Ross stud farm at Verchers Quebec is here on a visit Before the war Mr OMeara raced a string of his own in Canada CanadaJockey Jockey J Williams reported sick and was forced to cancel all his mounts today

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1920s/drf1921051301/drf1921051301_1_6
Local Identifier: drf1921051301_1_6
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800