Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-18


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I PIMLICO TURF NOTES ♦ ♦ The Audley Farms Miss Patience, winner of the Bashford Manor Saturday at Churchill Downs, Ky., has been unbeaten in four tries this year. She was prepped at Havre de Grace for her engagement in the Bashford Manor. Jockey Manny Berg of Baltimore, who was injured more than a year ago, was seen hobbling about the paddock on crutches. Joseph V. Boyle, general manager of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association, which opens its spring meeting Thursday at Bowie, states that he has made arrangements to handle a capacity opening day crowd. Boyle is endeavoring to have President Franklin D. Roosevelt attend his opening days sport. Scores of horses are arriving daily at Hag-erstown, according to word sent here by president Coffman of the Hagerstown Fair Association. Coffman looks for the approaching meeting to be the best spring one since the sport was revived in 1929. Freddie Parks, of Timonium, Md., who is connected with the National Steeplechase and Hunts Association in New York, left there Wednesday for Rosetree, Pa., where he will help conduct the racing at that point. There are thirty-two horses on the schooling list with the adding of Black Target, Benish Way, Gay Party, Make Believe and Risneur. Pat Remillard packed his tack and left Tuesday afternoon for Canada, where he will ride for the Hastings Stable. Agent Tony Pedone, of Baltimore, accompanied Remillard. Jockey Bobby Martin departed for Chicago, where he will report to the Audley Farm Stable, his contract employer. Joseph McLennan, racing secretary at Bowie, which meeting opens Thursday, returned Tuesday from New York. He says the Inaugural Handicap, at a mile and seventy yards opening day, will provide a corking contest as it has attracted a smart field.* Robert J. Walden, master of Bowling Brook Stud in Carroll County, shipped his string back home Tuesday. He will rest them up for the summer session at Saratoga Springs, New York. Jack Campbell, placing judge here, left Wednesday afternoon for Woodbine, Canada. He will spend the summer in Canada and return to Maryland in time for the twenty-five days racing in October at Laurel, whore he serves as racing secretary. Al Weston, a steward here, intends to ship his string to Rockingham Park, New Hampshire, at the conclusion of the Bowie meeting, if he can get stall space. John T. Turner, who will serve as racing secretary for the meeting to be staged by the Thorncliffe Breeders and Racing Association at Toronto, beginning May 29, distributed condition books among the horsemen in Maryland. Jockeys E. Fator and N. Wall departed for Toronto to be on hand for the opening at Woodbine Park Saturday. Fator has been engaged to handle one of the R. H. New starters in the Kings Plate. Jockey H. Dabson, who was recently under contract to the Colgate Stable, held that his paoers were void and immediately signed to ride for L. Haymaker. Dabsong case was thrashed out by the Maryland Racing Commission. -A

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