Maryland Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1944-04-10


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! I I Maryland Notes Kli PIMLICO, Baltimore, Md.. April 8. i R. L. "Peg" Hanna, who raced for years J on Marylands half-mile circuit, now has : a formidable string for R. J. Funkhouser, who campaigns in the nom de course of ■ OSullivan Farm. Fifteen representatives of the West Virginian are quartered at Pimlico. They are Incoming, Pompeco, 1 High Bit, Wing Tipped, No Quota, Lady ! Gremlin, Rockwall, Lark Ship, Beneva, Pavillion, Ticky Otis and the two-year-olds Buz OSullivan. Mik OSullivan, Kid OSullivan and Peg OSullivan. The horses were shipped here from New Orleans, La. | ! Jockey Johnny Tammaro may have the leg up on Mrs. Harry J. Mohrs Royal i Prince in all his stake engagements this I ! year. He has been galloping the three- i I year-old son of Dauber, who carries the I | hopes of many Marylanders for the Preak-ness. ; Rough Pass, winner of the 1940 Riggs Handicap for J. Yancy Christmas and still the property of the latter, has been converted to stud duty at Christmas Upper Marlboro farm. The son of By-Pass II. iwas retired from competition last fall after i J : ■ 1 ! | ! i I ! i I I | ; suffering a broken sesamoid bone while campaigning at Marlboro. Pat Brady, who enjoys better than average success with the horses of the southern Marylander, Charles E. Nelson, supervised stabling of Johnnie J., Star Chance, Jons and Our Blen, v.ho arrived Saturday from • Miami, Fla. Ralph "Boo" Kirk, one of three brothers pursuing the profession of jockey, is now associated with trainer Henry S. Clark and will attend to a modicum of the stables riding needs. Jack Mincher, conditioner of W. W. Snyders representatives, shipped to Narragan-sett Park the horses, Mokablue, Arestino, Cream, Red Chip and Oriole Pennant. K. D. Kolseth arrived from Miami, Fla., where he vacationed over winter months. He expects to shortly take up his charges that have been turned out over the cold months. Phil Brady brought in from Miami Fla , the colorbearers of J. R. Stanmeyer, headed by Homeward Bound, and quartered the quartet at Laurel Park. The horses Tony Mezzeo has here are Brains Afire and River Bank.

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