Pimlico Fall Meeting Ends: Closing Program of Well-Devised Races Brings Out Big Crowd.; Boniface Beats Hollister in Main Feature--Caswell Handicap to Be Frank., Daily Racing Form, 1918-11-14


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PIMLICO FALL MEETING ENDS Closing Program of WellDevised WellDevisedRaces Races Brings Out Big Crowd Boniface Beats Hollister in Main MainFeature Feature Caswell Handicap Handicapto to Be Frank Baltimore Md November 13 The closing day of the Maryland Jockey Clubs meeting brought a large gathering out to Pimlico The program was made up of a series of well devised races and some of the finishes were close enough to arouse much en ¬ thusiasm thusiasmThe The Caswell Handicap brought a field of good two yearolds to the post and the Calnniet Stable fur ¬ nished the winner in Be Frank which came from behind in the stretch and won going away from Milkmaid MilkmaidBoniface Boniface beat Hollister in easy fashion in the Woodberry Handicap At the eighth post Boniface after taking the lead bored over to the inside and crowded Hollister against the rail but Knapps claim of foul was not allowed by the stewards who evidently took the view that Hollister was beaten at the time the alleged interference occurred occurredThe The best and most interesting finish of the day came in the closing race when Bulse triumphed over a fast band of horses including Lucullite Motor Cop Leochares Flags and others The result was in doubt until the final strides Bulse scoring by a head while Lncullite had a like margin over Motor Cop CopThe The colors of the Canadian turfman John Lums den were carried to victory in the opening race by the Englishbred colt Veteran which defeated Cour celles a head the favorite Fair and Square finish ¬ ing a well beaten third thirdSnnnyland Snnnyland easily accounted for the second Rice disposing of Currency in the stretch after the lat ¬ ter led from the start and held Jim Arthurs Cobalt Lass safe at the end The Consolation Steeplechase fell to loppy Nix the Donohue jumper having a winning margin of five lengths over Robert Oliver OliverSTKOMBCLI STKOMBCLI SERIOUSLY ILL After the running of the Bowie at Iimlico yes ¬ terday the Hildreth racer Stromboli was taken iulte sick anil for a time it was feared that he would choke to death Hi aliment was a strangulated gland and heroic treatment was resorted to save the horse A tube wax inserted in his throat and latest reports are that he is doing well wellMany Many of the Canadian owners who shipped their stables to Maryland for a fall campaign will return to Canada some day this week weekThe The Dyincnt string in charge of George Walker has been mort unfortunate in that a majority of the horses were taken sick after their arrival at Laurel and the stable has sent but one horse to the post postThe The Seagram stable has disposed of several of its horses There are eightythree at the Sea ¬ gram farm at Waterloo and every horse that they shipped here had a price with the exception of the twoyearold Doleful DolefulYesterday Yesterday Benjamin Moore of Washington pur ¬ chased Sturdee and 7 Beamish secured Statim StatimBelle Belle Mahone hit herself and is on the shelf Jala Dress also came out of her last race lame lameJames James Milton was a visitor at Pimlico this after ¬ noon arranging for the departure of the second horse special for Cuba which will leave probably on Saturday SaturdayIt It lias been definitely decided that AV F Martin will have charge of the spring that George AA Loft will rul tj Cuba and that there will be at least ten i the stable Later on during the winter Mas Hirsth will take a run down to Cuba for a few weeks AV Loft purchased John I Day of Jefferson Livingston a few days back and entered him in all of the stakes to be run at Oriental Park

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