Maryland Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-29


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MARYLAND TURF NOTES HAVRK IK GHAOF. Md., April 28. O. 1-1. Pons purchased at private sale from William Garth the two-year-olel Ply Hawk and he will be included in the consignment that Pons will ship to Canaela. John Pangle will send his stable from here to Toronto. Before leaving Miami, Panale strengthened his stable by the addition of Iacewood, Bemote and All Virginia. Samuel Ix uis purchaseel at private sale of T. H. Bernhardt the filly Lady Bountiful. Mr. Pepp spread his foot while being worked Tuesday morning and will be an absentee from the races for a few weeks. C. Perraro claimed Aregal out of the first race Tuesday for ,000. Jockey 1. Hastings, who had the mount on Hanky Rice in the second race Monday-was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by the stewards for cutting across in front of his opponents shortly after the break. There were two claims in the sixth race Tueselay. J. Poerg took the winner. Tempest, for ,000, and G. Kdward, Buttercup for ,000. .1. L. Donovan was busy among the horsemen a Noting stalls to those who intenel racing at the Mount Royal meeting at Montreal. Jockey Tanimaro was forced to cancel his engagement this afternoon on account of illness. The Glen Riddle Stable shipped to Pimlico this morning. T. H. Wilson sent the two platers Ben Handley and Harland to the James Arthur farm, where they will be turned out for the summer. Genuine, the A. S. Morris Kentucky Derby and Preakness candidate, was out art Pimlico this morning for the first time since his arrival from the farm. With Albert Johnson in the saddle he was sent a mile at a good stiff gallop. J. Howard Lewis and Matt Brady had all of their jumpers out this morning at Pimlico and Brady sent his string over the full course. J. Healy had the entire Bostwick string at the barrier this morning. Miller Henderson sent Glister and Princess Doreen aljng at a good stiff gallop. The latter will be let down tomorrow as part of her preparation for the Dixie. McTague is here with the stable. Harry Stevens and L. A. Cassidy were arrivals. They came over from New York for the closing days sport. On the stewards* recommendation the commission has continued the suspension of P. Hastings for four more racing days, which will terminate on next Wednesday night. St. Valentine was claimed out of the sixth race by S. Albrecht for ,r 00 and J. Necham-kin took Buddie Brown out of the second race for ,250. Jockey Stott was suspended and his case referred to the Maryland Racing Commission for rough riding in the sixth race. Willie Shea announced today that he picked up the six-year-old mare Bessie Gershel and put her back in training. She was turned out at P. T. Chinns farm near Lexington for over a year. While parading to the post for the Paum-onok, Cartoonist, Bud Pishers starter Meted Zuker on the shoulder. The blow narrowly missed jockey Mortensens leg. J. Simon Healy will leave tonight for Iexington to saddle Accomplish in the Lexington Puturity. W. S. Kilmer consented to permit Fddie Ambrose to rieie the filly and he will leave for Kentucky tomorrow. Joseph Catternich was an arrival from Mon treat B. Carter was suspended for five days for his rough riding on Pncle Hood in the Suffolk Stakes. «

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