Latest Turf News from Pimlico, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-02


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Latest Turf News From Pimlico W. OMara came down from Montreal to take in a few days racing. O. F. Burkart came down from Toronto and distributed the Ontario Jockey Clubs, offerings. E. Berry Wall was a visitor this afternoon and was kept busy during the day renewing friendships. Schooling hours have been assigned from 8 to 9 :30 a. m. each day, with the exception of Sunday. "Specs" Crawford was an arrival from Belmont Park and plans an invasion of Canada this year, commenting at Toronto. The E. F. Whitney stable has signed jockey H. Callahan. The latter is a lightweight I and gives great promise. I W. Newman and L, T. Bauer have decided to ship from here to Ottawa and rest i awaiting the opening at that point. I Jockeys A. Legare and B. Marinelli leave ■ for New York this evening, accompanied by EL Goodwin, who is their official agent. | i Jockey A. Ferguson, who rode for August Belmont several years back, and later in Germany, will ride through the field this year. Mr. Carroll Mitchell has affiliated himself with the Montfoit Jones establishment and left for the farm at Berry ville. Ya. M it •hell plena an early return to Maryland, where he will take the Maryland State Board examination for veterinarians. Mitchell will be remembered as the leading rider of America some years back. Mrs. F. A. "lark, who underwent a minor operation upon her arrival from England. is expected here on Friday from New York. The Clark stable will be increased by several English hurdlers which trainer Don-oghue expects in Uie next day or so. Oriole, a former sprinter in the J. K. [* Ross stable, which was purchased by Mrs. F. A. Clark, was shipped to England last fall among- ten or twelve hunters that went over.

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