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


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i PIMLICO TURF NOTES ] s t Edward R. Bradleys string was shipped to Bowie today by trainer Bill Hurley. Others shipping from here to the Prince Georges County track were: Mrs. W. C. Casey, Nick Huff, W. E. Caskey, Jr., J. Bowesbond, Len Carver, William Shew-bridge, Catawba Stable, Mrs. J. H. Whitney and "Sport" Haymaker. At the conclusion of the Bowie meeting, "Sport" Haymaker, a resident of Wheeling, W. Va., will ship Ima Queen, Cloudy Day, The Doctor. Bally Bay, Arundel and Politen to Rockingham Park, New Hampshire. Tommy Cullinan, English jockey who handled Billy Barton the property of Howard Bruce in the 1928 Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree, arrived in New York yesterday. He plans to visit Laurel and Pimlico in the fall and ride through the field. Matt Brady, popular trainer of the Catawba Stable, states that he sent Mr. Khayyam to New York to face Head Play in the Wood Memorial, but that the colt would immediately be returned to Bowie, where he will fill his three-year-old engagement. Brady says that Good Advice is coughing and he planned to scratch him from todays race. At the conclusion of the Bowie meeting, trainer Bill Irvine will ship part of S. W. Labrots string to Hamilton, Ont., with the remainder going to Hagerstown. Mrs. W. V. Casey will ship Oregon Fir and others of her string to Hagerstown at the conclusion of the Bowie spring session. Steeplechase jockey Willie Hunt states that his brother, Harry Hunt, who is confined to the South Baltimore General Hospital, is now well enough to receive visitors. Willie leaves today for New York. James F. OHara, Jr., of Baltimore, has been made a director of the Thorncliffe meeting, which opens May 29. John Pur-ce!l Turner, another Baltimorean, will act as racing secretary at Thorncliffe. He distributed books for the meeting among horsemen today. Thomas H. McCreery shipped his horses to Belmont Park, New York, today. He took over the Brandon Stables string, which includes Brandon Mint, Brandon Rose and four two-year-olds. He will be quartered in the old Sagamore barn at Belmont. ยป

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