Star Field for Pimlico Cup, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-15

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Star Field for Pimlico Cup BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 14. For the closing day of the Pimlico meeting an excellent program has been arranged, with the 0,000 added Pimlico Cup as the outstanding feature. This race, at two miles and a quarter, is one of the foremost long-distance stake events of this country and should provide a befitting climax to the successful fall meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club. The Pimlico Cup has been run only six times and the marvelous Exterminator was winner three times in succession. For tomorrows race only five are named, but what the field lacks in numbers is offset by the high quality of the prospective starters. Altawood, Aga Khan, My Own, Suburban and Sunsini should furnish a rattling contest. Altawood, now owned by J. E. Widener, is rated by competent turf judges the peer of all present-day long-distance racers and a worthy successor to the gallant Exterminator as a champion cup horse. Here is the field for the Pimlico Cup: P.P. Horse. Wt. Jockey. Owner. Trainer. 1 Altawood 114 I. Parke J. E. Widener G. H. Keene 2 Aga Khan 113 J. Maiben Belair Stud J. Fitzsimmons 3 My Own 114 E. Barnes Salubria Stable W. H. Brooks 4 Suburban 90 J. T. Ready J. A. Murphy 5 Sunsini 109 D. Connelly Lilane Stable F. M. Bray

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