Pimlico Turf News, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-09


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PIMUCO TURF NEWS BALTIMORE, Md., May 8. J. J. Fan-el. Jr.. and G. W. Foreman ship from here to Toronto. George Miller has been appointed starter at the coming meeting at Phoenixville. Jockey McCoy will leave here for Cleveland prior to joining the Tons stable at Toronto. J. W. Healy will ship part of A. C. Bost-wicks horses from here to Woodbine Park and the remainder to Belmont Park. H. L. Kennedy has decided to ship from here to New York. Kennedy has two promising two-year-olds, Trap Brook and Clinging Vine. World was received today that J. Byers would ship the filly Dot from Jamaica to Iimlico to fulfill her engagements in the Preakness Stakes. T. J. Healy shipped eight of the R. T. Wilson horses to New York, while Max Hirsch shipped the stable he had here to the same point the latter part of last week. B. L. Cole reecived the Irish mare Alice Quickthorn this morning and was highly pleased with her appearance. She is an upstanding rugged mare and shipped well. Jockey A. Johnson was suspended for four days for disobedience at the barrier and lined an additional 00 for using objectionable language to the assistant starters. W. S. Kilmer, accompanied by trainer J. S. Smith, witnessed Sunny Sal being schooled at the barrier this morning. The filly repeated her performance of yesterday, squatting and wheeling sideways. Bain threatened during the morning and fell heavily previous to the running of the third race, forcing the crowd to se.k the shelter of the stands. The slight downpour, however, did not affect the going, which was exceptionally favorable.

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