Another for Sir Barton: Wins the Last of the Pimlico Weight-for-Age Races, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-12


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ANOTHER FOR SIR BARTON ! I Wins the Last of the Pimlico Weight-for-Age Races. Commander Ross Horses Make Clean Sweep by Carrying Off All Three of Them. PIMLICO, Md., Xovember 11. Pimlico Serial Weight-for-Age Race Xo. 3, the last of these series of stakes offered- by the Maryland Jockey Club, was featured this afternoon, and Commander J. K. L. Ross again furnished the winner when his star three-year-old Sir Barton cantered home in front of his stablemate, Billy Kelly, and S. C. Hildreths Lucullite. The Canadian turfman made a clean sweep of the serials when Sir Barton won this afternoon. Billy Kelly captured the first of these events when he beat Constancy and Sir Barton won the second when he beat The. Porter. According to the conditions of these stakes Sir Barton earned ,000 extra for .winning two of these races. This brought the total value of todays stakes for Sir Barton to ,250. Despite his poor showing here this fall Lucullite had a following. He was never really danserous, and when pulled up he was lame. The races were run over a sloppy track and the going became worse as the afternoon progressed.; , . Jean Bnllant was favored in the --opening dash and would have won with better racTngluek. "He had a rough time of it in the early part of the contest and ulniost got up in tlie .final strides. Who Cares, which led all the way, only having a head advantage at the end. Al Austins colors were carried to -victory in the second race wlten Bclario easily defeated the favorite. Asterisk, which ran well in the going. The steeplechase went to Bob Red field, the old Sanford-brcd jumper leading throughout and holding Quel Bonheur safe when the later , challenged. Grimalkin found tough opposition in the three-quarters of a mile handicap, run as tlie fifth race, iind it required Kummers best efforts, to withstand the powerful closing rush of Pastoral Swain. Both Lunetta and Dottle Vandiver. found the going to their liking in the filial races of the day and won in runaway fashion. Sam Louis purchased at private,terms of S. C. Hildreth the big sprinter Out the Way. Tlie horse will probably leave in the Simons car for New Orleans next Monday. Exterminator will be sent back to Sun Briar Court at Binghamton, X. Y.t at the -conclusion- of the present meeting. Fred Musante claimed My Dear yesterday, J. K. Skinkcr secured Marmite mid Sam- -Louis" I took Siesta. " The Bowie management has announced that the horses will be called to the post for the opening race each day at 1:30 p. m.

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