Pimlico Jumping Stables: Good Rrepresentation of Steeplechasers Assured for next Maryland Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-20


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I i j | : ] : i I I i i j i i I ] PIMLICO JUMPING STABLES Good Representation of Steeplechasers Assured for Next Maryland Meeting. BALTIMORE, Md., April 19.— A large representation of steeplechasers are already on the ground at the Pimlieo track preparing for the jumping races, which are always a sharp feature of the meetings at the hilltop course. The J. E. Widener jumpers, in charge of trainer J. H. Lewis, total seventeen. Lewis also has an interest in some of the horses. The next largest stable is that of J. W. Healy, which he recently acquired from John Lumsden. There are fifteen in the Healy stable. Trainer T. J. Donohue has fourteen horses in charge for Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are keen rivals on the turf, and although they have their horses in the care of the same trainer they race their horses independently and without regard to each others activities. William Garth is conditioning nine jumpers for J. S. Cosden. Max Smart has ten horses in charge for Samuel Ross, Gary T. Grayson and H. Smith. Other jumping stables at the track include : Louis Merryman, with five ; Max Hirseh, with two ; H. Rites, with three ; R. Pending, with two.

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