Pimlicos Fine Prospects: Maryland Jockey Clubs Fall Meeting Expected to be Greatest in Tracks History, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-25


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PIMLICOS FINE PROSPECTS Maryland Jockey Clubs Fall Meeting Expected to Be Greatest in Tracks History. LAUREL, Md., Oct 24. William P. Riggs was a visitor at Laural today. He is quite enthusiastic over the coming Pimlico fall meeting and indications are that with anything like pleasant weather it will be the greatest meeting at the old HiH Top course. The steeplechase contingent will be especially strong and already most of the prominent jumping stables that participated in the racing here are making arrangements to move over to the Baltimore track within the next few days. Most of them will ship Thursday and included in the list will be J. Howard Lewis, with Joseph E. Wideners string of jumpers ; T. J. Donohue with Mrs. F. Ambrose Clarks horses ; William Garth with the Ral Parr and J. S. Cosden strings; Gwynne Tompkins with, the Glen Riddle Farms pair, Boss John and Brigadier General ; H. G. Wilson with his Canadian string; Silas Veitch with the F. J. Salmon jumpers; J. S. Healy with A. C. Bostwicks string; Vincent Powers with the Greentree Stable ; "Spec" Crawford with the Queen City Stable and Major White with his band of English jumpers. The New York delegation that will race at Pimlico includes the horses of the Rancocas Stable, August Belmont, Gifford A. Cochran, W. IL Carrick with a division of the Oneck Stable and several for W. R. Coe ; W. C. Clancy with Abe Hallows horses ; Geo. Odom with those of Robert L Gerry ; Max Hirsch with Mrs. Vanderbilts Sarazen and others, the property of Admiral Grayson and Geo. W. Loft; Scott Harlan with the fiat runners of the Greentree Stable ; James Rowe with Harry Payne Whitneys big string; James Fitzsimmons ; Marrone Stable, Henry Water-son, Frank E. Brown and James Butler. From Kentucky will come Edward R. Bradley with a dozen, Hal Price Headley with Cnacolet, Hopeless and Sayno, and -Kay Spence with the Audley Farm horses. E. Sietas is bringing Homestretch down to start in "the long-distanco events and Fred Mu-sante is preparing his good mare My Dear, for the cup.

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