Pimlico Club House Open: Horsemen Who Will Make Building Their Headquarters during Meeting Begin to Arrive, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-27


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PIMLICO CLUB HOUSE OPEN Horsemen Who Will Make Building Their Headquarters During Meeting Begin to Arrive. BALTIMORE, Md., Oct 26. The club house at Pimlico is now ready for the reception of guests and will remain open throughout the autumn meeting from October 30 to November 12, inclusive. All accommodations have been reserved, as far as rooms are concerned, . by prominent horsemen, many of whom have been regular visitors for years. Among the trainers making their headquarters at the club house -will be James Rowe, who handles the Harry Payne Whitney iacers, and Scott Harlan, who performs a similar duty for the Greentree stable. Then there is -T. J. Healey, trainer of the It T. Wilson stable and Walter J. Salmon strings; G. R. Tompkins, who has worked wonders with the Glen Riddle jumpers and flat racers; J. Howard Lewis, who handles the J. E. AVidener jumpers, and Robert J. Walden, who trains the horses of Alfred Hennen Morris. The owners engaging rooms are A. H. Morris of Maryland and New York; J. E. Davis, president of the National Steeplechase and Hunt" Association ; Herbert L. Pratt, president of the Standard Oil Company ; Howard W. Maxwell, prominent yachtsman and turfman; Edward F. Whitney, a former partner in the banking house of J. P. Morgan and Company; P. S. P. Randolph; Frank J. Bryan, secretary of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association, and official han-dicapper of the Maryland Jockey Club, and C. R. Fleischmann, whose once extensive" stable has dwindled down to the useful plater, Pietrus. The club house will as usual be the scene of entertainments during the race meeting, and many luncheon and dinner parties are planned before and after each days sport.

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