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! HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES f • — ■ § HAVRK DE GRACE, Md.. April 27. The two-year-old Sterling Silver in the Sagamore Stable met with a mishap at Pim-lico when he bolted through a gap in the back stretch and suffered a slight cut on his fore leg. Max Hirsch will send the division of the stable he is racing at Havre de Grace over to Pimlico. Sarazen will be shipped from Belmont Park to fill his engagement in the luxie Handicap Brand Herold, who has been ailing all spring, was a visitor this afternoon. Herold looks much improved in health and it will not be long now before he is back in harness again. n Thursday next a consignment made up of the stables of Harold Goodwin, C. O. Winfrey, W. M. Sheedy and W. K. Martin will leave for Aqueduct. The two-year-old Maurice will be sent in tlie same car consigned to J. P. Smith. leorge w. Boft came over from New York for the afternoons sport. Jockey J. M Taggart was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by the stewards for rough riding in the second race. It was he who was held responsible for the jam which came at the first turn, where Kummer, on Pat McCee. was knocked out of it. T!ie first disqualification of the Maryland season came after the finish of the first race, when Shorty, ridden by L». Emery, was set ha ■ k for carrying Roi Tan wide and bumping him in the stretch. Jockey J. Craigmile, the riding sensation at Tijuana last winter, has joined the stable of Willis Sharpe Kilmer. The lad who can do ninety-eight pounds was an arrival at Pimlico yesterday and he will be seen in action Soon. The extra race which was announced for non-winners of 00 twice since November 26. at a distance of one mile and seventy yards, will l»e run Friday. April 28. Some of the ! est trials shown this morning were : Mariner. 1 :12*5 ; Comet, 1 :44 ; Witchery and Blondin. :43 ; Devonshire, 1 :t.~ % ; Crierson, 1:17; Memory Lane, 1:16; Prince of Bourbon, 1 Ao ; Murzim, :W% ; Long View, 1:17. Scapa Flow, last years Futurity winner Slid one of the choices in the Kentucky Ierby. is carded as a starter in the Salisbury Purse here tomorrow. The conditions of this race are framed to bring Preakn.ss and Kentucky 1 erby candidates together. There has been so much talk of Scapa Flow this spring, that race goers are quite anxious to see the colt in adion. Frankie Coltiletti will ride him in this engagement. A notice va justed in the secretarys office this morning, warning owners and trainers against harboring R. Ford, an exercise lad. wiio left the employ of the Seagram Stall!.- without the written cansent of trainer Brmgloc. J. P. Smith came over from Jamaica to f-addle Maurice in the Aberdeen Stakes. He w;ts accompanied by the stables rider Mc-Tu-ue. who rode the colt in his engagement tliis afternoon. i r. Oarrafl Mitchell fired the plater Triumph and the horse has been turned out at the Blackford Farm in Harford County for the summer. Triumphs trouble was bad ankles. P. L Cieeri has arranged to ship the five horses in his stable from here to Woodbine on Sunday. There are six handsome yearlings at the Black foul Farm, by Bunga Buck. One of them hj out of lua K., a mare that raced with much success for the Maryland turfman B. E. Chapman. The division of the Harry Payne Whitney stable, in charge of Freddie Hopkins, will be shipped over to Pimlico Sunday morning. C. A. Coyle wi.l leave for Fairmount on Monday next with the useful string of platers he campaigned at the Maryland tracks this spring. Included in his lot are Edward Gray, Sea Rocket and McTinkle. Crusader was I reezed half a mile this morning in :." 2. The big chestnut was raring to go and was under restraint all the way. rusader and the remainder of the Glen Kiddle Farm here will be shipped to Belmont Park on Saturday.