Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-11


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P1MLICO TURF NOTES Adolphe Pons stated that Crack Brigade and Ladkin both of which are in the stud at Country Life Farm located in Belair Md are booked full for this season Lad kin will be mated to thirtyfive mares all of which are paid services and Crack Brigade to twentytwo mares maresPat Pat Horgan who will serve as racing sec ¬ retary at Narragansett Park is expected here to interest horsemen in the stakes to be run at that course courseJohn John M Gavo of Baltimore agent for the Greentree Stable was an arrival from New York Big Bill Norton shipped Mrs John Hay Whitneys horses Friday morning to Rockingham Sid Trenchard leaves Sat ¬ urday for Rockingham where he will ride for J Y Christmas ChristmasBud Bud Stotler acting for Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt sold the twoyearold Carver to J McManus McManusTrainer Trainer J H Stotler brought put Ai G Vanderbilts Discovery for a public appear ¬ ance anceThomas Thomas J Healey superintended the load ¬ ing of the C V Whitney horses at Mount Washington on Friday and departed for New York Healey will be unable to wit ¬ ness the renewal of the Preakness Stakes owing to other business businessWilliam William Doyle Louis Schaefer R Work ¬ man Sam Fisher and Fred Littlefield will be grouped at the judges stand after the finish of the Preakness Stakes to shake the hand of the rider of the winner of the event The five riders were astride winners of that classic in previous years yearsMrs Mrs Dodge Sloane is bringing up a large party of friends in a private car to attend the Preakness in which she will be repre ¬ sented by Psychic Bid BidThe The splendid program arranged for the closing day of the Maryland Jockey Club by racing secretary Frank J Bryan was round ¬ ly congratulated by officials for the meet ¬ ing Only me of the eight races to be de ¬ cided is less than a mile

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