Steeplechasing Recruits, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-04


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w— ■ STEEPLECHASING RECRUITS BALTIMORE, Md., May 3.— The growing interest in steeplechasing taken by so many prominent sportsmen and women in America is gratifying to lovers of cross country sport and augurs well for racing. Since March 1, 1933, the following have entered the sport, and their colors will be seen in the near future: Miss Frances Carroll Brown, granddaughter of that famous old sportsman, the late Marcus Daly, has registered the famous copper, silver sleeves and green cap, which were carried so successfully by Tammany and other great horses. Then there is Robert Hill Carter, whose ancestors since the Revolutionary days raced horses in the South; also George L. Maxwell of Virginia and New York; Newell Bert, Jr., of Cambridge, Mass.; Allan MacLean of Maryland; and Miss Allen Potts.

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