Maryland Breeders Enter 110 in Yearling Show: Forty-Five Stallions Represented for Event to be Held on May 16, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-08


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Maryland Breeders Enter 110 in Yearling Show Forty-Five Stallions Represented For Event to Be Held on May 16 PIMLICO, Baltimore, Md., May 6. — Humphrey S. Finney, field secretary of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, today announced that 58 breeders have entered 110 yearlings in the annual show which will be held at Pimlico on Tuesday, May 16. This is by far the largest entry list in the history of the organization and no less than 45 stallions are represented including Discovery, Swing and Sway, Charing Cross, Occupy, Abbe Pierre, Director J. E., Lockinvar, The Rhymer, Peace Chance, Alaking, Zayin, Sir Francis and Little Beans. Five classes will make up the show and all are well filled. Trophies will be awarded by the four major tracks in the state and there will be cash awards from the Maryland State Fair Board. Paul Ebelhardt, manager of Calumet farm, will be the judge of the show. As usual, spectators will be given the opportunity of matching their judgment with that of Ebelhardt and silver trophies will be presented to the man and woman coming closest to Ebelhardts selections. Among the prominent breeders participating are G. R. Bryson, Mrs. George Brown, Jr., E. Taylor Chewning, Country life Farm, Mrs. R. H. Heighe, W. A. Edgar, H. S. Horkheimer, L. S. MacPhail, Charles E. Nelson, Breckinridge Long, A. G. Vander-bilt, Alan T. Clarke, Danny Shea, and, R. " f " " Bruce Llvie.

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