Steeplechasers at Work at Pimlico, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-31


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STEEPLECHASERS AT WORK AT PIMLICO BALTIMORE. Md.. March 30— Intensive condition- - ing work for the steeplechase division begins tMt I week at Pimlico. Track superintendent Brennan i bat thrown open the main jumping course for train- - ing and the trainers who have jumpers in charge . are ready to atari their charges over the obstacles s, in preparation Car the summer campaign. Trainer F. Barry has been schooling the maiden ii Vesuvius, chestnut gelding. 5. by Textile — Ashes, by Tremont, through the field, and will probably v send him into one of the early jumping races in n Maryland. Barry secured Yosuvius during Hie winter at New Orleans from tin- Sunnyland Stable. B. L. Cole, trainer for J. F. Flanagan. Jr.. has a taken Lytic, chestnut gelding. 8. by Leonid — Chickadee, by Buncombe or Sir Modred. out of training • temporarily. The jumper picked up a nail during I a training gallop recently. He will be in condition , to start at Pimlico. it is thought. A new addition i, to the jumping section of the Cole stable is Brunes. a brown gelding, seven years old. by Yoorhees — L Irestene, by Prestonpans. The horse is showing i, aptitude for the jumping branch of the sport and j should make his debut through the field early in II „ the spring seusuii.

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