Turf News Of The Day From Pimlico, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-06


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM PIMLICO BALTIMORE, Md.. May 5. P. P. Pice will ship immediately to the eastern end of the Canadian Pacing Associations circuit Ceorge MeCree, popular mutuel employe, died at his Baltimore home this morning, a Victim of pneumonia. William Pooh will send the jumpers of Bayard Warren and Bayard Tuckerman, Jr., to Ottawa. James Butler is planning a campaign at Montreal and Ottawa for the first time. F. C Mc.Manus named some of the Butler string for the Ottawa Stakes which closed today. Beott Harlan arrived from New York with Ttce Top. Bricny and The Vintner, a Green-tree Stable trio. Bob l"r :id. assistant to starter Milton, will put in live weeks as helper to Tex Dean on the circuit in Ohio between the close of Pimlico and the opening at Hawthorne where he srfll return to the employ of Milton. Herman P. Conkling is receiving applications for stalls at Hawthorne. William Jones applied for license to ride through the field. He is employed by John Kermath. trainer of the horses of R. B. Strassburser. B. A. Jones, breeder -5ind horseman, is a visitor from Columbus, where his horses are racing. Of the riders attracted here by the Dixie Stakes. Bahin. Merimee nad Coltiletti remained. C. Kummer returned to New York, and Carner, Parke and Corcoran to Kentucky. Fire gutted the Motor Inn Sunday night. Under the name of the Derby Hotel the building WMM a gathering place for horsemen until about live years ago. Its site is a short distanee bran the main gate. J. W. H.ahy will send the Flittergokl m.ire Li true to William Carths farm at Charlott. s, ille to be bred to Crimper. James P. Boss will send Bellemere to the court of Sun Briar. She has a colt foal by Wormlcighton. W. J. McMillan claimed Deputy for ,500. He will go into the stall of the ill-fated Flint Ston . but hardly will fill it.

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