Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-11-04


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1 PIMLICO TURF NOTES 1 William Doyle, who is accepting entries for the United Hunts meeting on November 8 at Belmont Park, states that the following will be shipped from here to the New York course: Burglar, Masked Knight, The Beasel, Redbridge, Cree, Bandit, Fair Bob, Peggys Pride, Green Cheese and Spar. Tourist II., winner of the Grand National and the Brook at Belmont, is among the big colony of steeplechasers quartered here. Horsemen, who have been schooling and racing their jumpers here, say the course is one of the finest in the country. Frank Bray brought his one horse stable down from New York. The Whitney family, consisting of Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, Mrs. Payne Whitney, .Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney and Miss Gwladys Whitney, who are looked upon as the pillars of American racing, will all campaign their horses at Bowie, according to word given out here today by general manager Joseph B. Boyle, of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association. The Whitney-owned stables will be housed in special barns located near the old seven furlongs chute. With "Sonny" Workman, Alfred Robertson, Charley Kurtsinger, Silvio Coucci and Sidney Hebert handling their horses, the Whitney family stands a royal chance of heading the list of money winners in the closing meeting of the 1932 eastern season. In the absence of his father, racing secretary Joseph McLennan, who is in Miami, Charles McLennan is tabulating the nominations for the Bowie stakes and plans to release the first list Friday. Every prominent American and Canadian sportsman has made nominations for the four big stakes to be run at Bowie. Matthias L. Daiger, secretary of the Maryland Jockey Club, is making preparations for Saturdays expected overflow crowd. The 0,000 Futurity heads the big program being arranged by secretary Frank J. Bryan. W. C. McGrif f , auditor of the Florida Racing Commission, was an arrival from Miami. He was accompanied by Mrs. McGriff and plans to remain until after the closing of the Maryland meetings. Bill Streett has shipped the steeplechasers belonging to Mrs. Rumsey and Mrs. Gould back to winter quarters in Virginia. Outlaw and Blenheim will be shipped Saturday to Belmont. Park, where they will compete in the United Hunts racing on November 8. William Doyle, whot is accepting entries for the meeting, states that he has fourteen horses going to the Hunts meeting. A check-up of the overnight entries showed that Projectile and Stroll Along were ineligible for the Home Bred Thursday. Paul Codd, of Baltimore, will send eight horses to Keeney Park, Florida, at the conclusion of the Bowie meeting. Village Vamp is the latest addition to the schooling list. At the conclusion of the Bowie meeting Dominick Veneziano will turn his horses out at Laurel. Jockey Nick Tromberio, who is under contract to Veneziano, is seeking a job with some stable that will go to winter racing. He can do 105 pounds and has the apprentice allowance. Michael Centenni, of New York, was an arrival. He will remain throughout the meeting as guest of Ben Michlovitz, of Baltimore. Between races Thursday J. H. Stotler gave the Sagamore Stables Pimlico Futurity candidate Wave On a useful trial for that big prize when he was sent along for a mile in 1:43. The fractions for the move were :24, :49, 1:15 and 1:43.

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