Well Backed Horse Win at Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-10


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WELL BACKED HORSES WIN AT BOWIE. Baltimore, Md.. October 9. Well backed horses all but swept the card at Bowie this afternoon. Well balanced fields faced the starter In the ditler-e-nt races and keen and formful racing resulted. No special feature was down for decision, but the fourth race attracted considerable attention. The winner turned up in Little England, from tlie stable of G. C. Brenton. a Balitinorean, with Billie Baker second and The Busybody third. Coutido. the public choice, could not get to the front after being outrun to the first turn and proved a big dis-npiointnient. Ladies day attracted a large number of the fair sex to the, course from neigblorIng cities. Ideal weither conditions and a fast track helped towards an increased attendance. Jockey Ambrose, who was astride Snolin yesterday, was suspended for the rest of the meeting by the stewards for rough riding. Ambrose, it was stated, rushed into the lead from the outside before his horse fell and forced the leaders to pull up. Paul Iider, a diminutive apprentice, carried off the riding houors when he piloted the winners of half the card, namely, J. B. Harrell, Miss Brusli aud Colonel Holloway. Jockeys Nolan and C. Jones were suspended yesterday by the stewards for the remainder of "the meeting for rough riding.

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