Maryland Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-21


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1 1 ! j i ! 1 j MARYLAND TURF NOTES j j HAVKK DE CIRACR. Md.r April 20. Phantom Fire was claimed from the R. T. ! Wilson stable- yesterday by F. A. Tansor for ,000 and I onarita by S. Albreoht for ,500. Dick Monoban. vthoso articles on tho turf and other sports have been extensively published in many of the western papers and eastern magazines under the nom de course of "Top o* the Morning," was a visitor. Besides doing newspaper work. Monohan has raced a stable of horses in the Philippines. Australia and in India. He was also a scout for the Pittsburgh National baseball club. M. Simons is making an effort to engage jockey J. Maiben for one of his clients to go to Toronto and ride in the Kings Plate, which will be run at the Woodbine course on the opening day of that meeting. James Arthur was much elated this morning when he found that his young mare, Wessie B., had foaled a fine looking colt by Sandy Beal. He also received word from Kentucky that Freezy SJneezy is due any day la foal to Bondage. When Arthur disposed of this promising young stallion he served two seasons to hini every year. Edward Seagram and a party of friends arrived from Canada and will remain ov. r for several days. Charles Henschall. who some few years back raced that good mare. My Maryland, is here. Out of respect to the memory of the death of Mrs. Riddles sister. the Men Riddle Farms Man o War colt. Artillery, was withdrawn from the third race. The promising three-year.-old, Toyland, which won her.- on Friday, got cast in his stall last night and wrenched himself, which will make him an absentee for a few days. Two horses changed hands via the claiming route in the first race when P. B. Codd took Reigh Shot for fl.ftl and W. « . Baines I got Superline for ,uuu.

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