Polly Ann and Her Stablemates, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-12


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POLLY ANN AND HER STABLEMATE3 BALTIMORE, Md.. March 11.— Spalding Lowe Jenkins, president of the Maryland State Fair, will race five thoroughbreds this year, the star of the stable being Polly Ann, one of the gamest fillies ever seen under silks in Maryland. Due de Morny will keep Polly Ann company as a four-year-old and The Wag will try to look after the three-year-old stakes. Jenkins youngsters are Eulalia, by Spanish Prince, and Dont Bother Me, by Great Britain. Both are splendid pieces of horseflesh and their owner expects much of them. Crystal Isle, another bal.y by Great Britain, also is in the stable. She will run in the interests of the Rosemonl Stable, which is owned by a Philadelphia s|K rtswoman. The Jenkins establishment has wintered at Laurel Park under the watchful eye of Theodore Coles. who succeeded Harry Rites last fall. The horses are receiving short gallops and will not be ready to face the barrier until the Havre de Grace meeting gets under way during the middle of April. Polly Ann jumped into prominence last spriug by running second in the Preakness. finishing back of Hairy Payne Whitneys Breomspun, now dead. She did little during the summer, but came back into her own during the Liurel and Pimlico meetings. It was at Old Hill Top that she and Walter .1. Ratasoaa Careful ran a dead heat, the first to be called in Maryland in many a day.

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