Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-10


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1 PIMLIC0 TURF NOTES k * P. A. Markeys Swinhaven, trained by Emmett Potts of Baltimore, is the latest Preakness candidate to fall a victim of a coughing epidemic which has played havoc with the thoroughbreds this spring. With the arrival this morning from Kentucky of Mrs. Silas Masons Head Play, which finished second in the Derby last Saturday, the majority of the Preakness field is now quartered in this state. Edward Riley Biadleys Brokers Tip, winner of the Derby, breezed three-eighths this morning with Jimmy Smith in the saddle. This move was to open him up for a mile trial tomorrow. It is likely that Smith will handle the son of Black Toney in Saturdays mile and three-sixteenths race. Jim Fitzsimmons wired from New York that he was sending the Wheatley Stables De Valera down for the Preakness. He will likely be handled by Hank Mills. Reservations for Saturdays big program continue to pour into the secretarys office. In addition, Silas B. Mason, whose wife owns Head Play, has also reserved a box for the remainder of the meeting. «,

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