Pimlico Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-11


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f PIMLICO TURF NOTES * 3 PI.MI.Ki i. Md.. May 10. The stewards handed out suspensions to two jockeys on Saturday, R. Kisher being given the remainder of the meeting for rough riding. Fishman was also set down and his case was referred to the Maryland Racing Commission for further investigation. Irishmans offense was impudence to one of the officials. At the conclusion of the meeting Robert Frend, one of starter Miltons assistants, will leave for Calgary, where he will act as assistant to Lester Dean, who has been engaged to wield the flag at the meetings in that section of Canada. Jockey W. Barr plans to go from here to Toronto for the meetings at the Woodbine and Thorncliffe tracks, and from there to Calgary. The Seagram racer Edisto is said to be laid up with an attack of blood poisoning. Dr. McCarthy attended the hois.- this morning and pronounced him out of danger. Joseph McLennan was a visitor. He announced that he had arranged to work in an official capacity at the first meetings to l e held at Thorncliffe Park and Hamilton and at both of the Windsor meetings. R. Potee has resigned as trainer of the V. J. Owens horses. i W. C. Tn.ver wil ship a band of hors s from fieie to Toronto .,1 Sunday. He intends taking out a license for N. Howlett. an apprentice. Howlett is a native of Toronto. The Seagram Stable lias nominated the three-year-old Sir Harry for the ! erhy to | be run at the Maple Heights meeting.

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