Cosden Hopes for Derby and Oaks, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-21


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i , | , * C0SDEN HOPES FOR DERBY AND OAKS BALTIMORE. Md.. March 20.— The Cosden horses are thriving at Pimlieo. Much of trainer Garths attention is centered on the preparation of Good Times and Lady Baltimore. The former, a hay gelding by Theo. Cook — Bounty, by Celt, is the stables chief dependence for the Kentucky Derby. Lady Baltimore is a chestnut filly by Dick Finnell— Federal Girl, by Iltimus. She is being pointed for the Kentucky Oaks. Clarence Kummer is slated to ride hath of the horses. Jockey N. Swart, who has been riding during the winter in Cuba, is scheduled to leave there today for Pimlieo to join the Cosden Stable. There are eight steeplechasers in the Cosden Stable this year. They will be left at Pimlieo when a division of the flat racers leave for Havre de Grace. Nineteen two-yea r-olds make up the juvenile section of the estahlishme.ii. The high priced colt by Sweeji— -Ballet Girl, by St. l onards. brother to The Porter, is the most highly regarded of the band. lie is as yet unnamed. Next best in the consideration of the stable is the bay colt Martingale, by Martinet — Iidy lrma. by Sempronius. Right Angle, a seven-year-old gelding in William Foremans stable, bled after a workout Friday. Anolher stable at Pimlicoo is that of Tnemas Cylde. in charge of trainer A. G. Weston. There are six older horses and three two-year-olds in the string. Tiie two eai olds, which are all home-hreds. follow: Catapult, ch. c, by Dalhousie— Dance Spirit, by Mark Sard. Windig. b. or br. f, by Dalhousie — Fancy Dress, bv Ben Brush. Glyndon. b. or br. f. by Dalhousie— Galgris, by St. Gris.

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