Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-10


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T PIMLICO TURF NOTES "1 9 — $ PIMLICO, Md., May 9. Happy Gordon, who is the outrider here, leaves for Canada at the conclusion of the Pimlieo meeting. He will take over M. Fator and R. Fishers books at Toronto, and will make their engagements in Canada this year. Gordon announced that Fators services are available for the Kings plate. Trainer Freddie Hopkins will leave for Louisville, on Tuesday, with Harry Payne Whitneys Kentucky Derby eligible. Whiskery. Jockey Schillick. who gallops the colt, will accompany Hopkins. It is understood that L. Schaefer will have the mount on Whiskery in the Derby. There was a report out that the imported colt Kentucky II. had pulled up very sore, after a recent workout. Howard Lewis disposed of the steeplechaser Neap-Tide at private sale to A Bos-ley, Jr. The consideration was said to be ,500. W. C. Trover has arranged to ship his stable from here to Toronto some day next week. He turned out his plater Triumph at a farm near Havre de Grace and added the two-year-old Titter to his string, obtaining the latter via the claiming route yesterday from J. P. Jones for ,000. Jockey Simms, who suffered a deep gash on his right leg when Moon Hill jumped on him after Ararat II. fell at the thirteenth fence, is reported to be doing well and will leave the hospital some day this week. At the conclusion of the Pimlieo meeting. Harry Rites will ship the J. E. Griffith Stable to Louisville. O. F. Burkart acquired from R. J. Walden, by private purchase, the two-year-old bay filly Air Flight, by Mackenzie — Aeroplane. J. B. Campbell, who has been engaged to act as racing secretary at Fairmount, announced that he would be at the Woodbine this spring and probably at the second meeting at Windsor and Blue Bonnets. Freddy Hopkins has arranged to ship the Harry Payne Whitney colts Whiskery and Bostonian to Louisville, tomorrow afternoon. G. Peterson and P. E Fitzgerald have arranged to ship from Havre de Grace to Toronto on Wednesday. There are about sixty-five horses still at Havre de Grace, a majority of which will be shipped to Canada some day this week. Before the horses were called for the first race. Sir Greysteel. a handsome big gray son of Roi Herrode — Crania, was paraded through the stretch. This young stallion was imported to this country by Sylvester W. Labrot and is quartered at his Holly Beach Farm near Annapolis. Edward R. Bradley was on hand to see his Buddy Bauer perform in the Preakness. The saddling was attended to by Barry Shan-nc n. both "Dick" Thompson and William Hurley being busily employed with the big string that Mr. Bradley has at Churchill Downs.

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