Pimlico Track Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-15


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PIMLICO TRACK NOTES BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 14. The horses of J. S. AVard, including Wise Counsellor, arrived safely at Bowie. Tom McTaggart is an arrival. He is planning to ride at Miami during the winter. B. Kleeger will work through the winter for Max Hirsch at Belmont Park. C. Pairbrother will be among the riders in demand at Bowie. J. L. Donovan will play the Maryland string out at Bowie. F. Woodstock is nursing a hand injured at Columbus, but expects to resume riding at Bowie. J. Healy shipped A. C. Bostwicks horses to Benning, from which point some of the horses will commute to Bowie. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lapp of Newark, N. J., are guests of their daughter, Mrs. T. R. Queen. The entries for the 5,000 Dixie Handicap, to be run at the spring meeting of 1925, closed today. W. H. Bringloe will ship the eight Seagram Stable horses he has here to winter quarters at Waterloo, Ont., on Monday. Alex "Red Coat" Murray reported in good health for Bowie, where he will ride the parade leader. J. P. OMara arrived from Montreal to attend to details of the shipment Sunday of Commander J. K. L. Ross string to winter quarters at Louisville. Entries for the Belmont Stakes of 1925 close November 20. The lists for the Lawrence Realization and the Belmont of 1927 close on the same day.

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