Great Throng at Bowie: Best Attendance in the History of the Track Views the Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-26


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GKEAT THRONG AT BOWIE B BEST ATTENDANCE IN THE HISTOBY OF THE TRACK VIEWS THE RACING. — ot of in ii Harry Shaw Wins the Thanksgiving Handicap from t a: Start to Finish — Water Lily First in the Liberty Handicap— Lynn a Stayer. u j J Baltimore. Md.. November 25.— A record-lireaking Y croud for I tow ie was in a i tendance this afternoon. to ! close to 10.«H0 | ersons visiting the eourse. It was l n holiday gathering and. as usual on these oe-. asi .ns. uiueh enthusiasm was manifested. • Manager OHara had iirovided a splendid pro- r tram, with the Thanksgiving Handicap and tlie ° Liberty Selling Handicap as the features. A purse ■ of . i00 was added to the former race and John Powers saddled the winner in . V. Parrys Harry r Shaw, which picked up top weight, made all the lime and won easily from Holiday. The latter was * a close contender for the eutire race. Eagle was J a good third. Water Lily proved Inst in the Liberty Handicap. Imt she had to stand a long and hard stretch drive £ in win by the narrowest of margins from Pontefract. The latter ran a surprisingly good race, coming .. from the rear in the stretch and liuishing fast. Im , plosive, making her maiden effort in these parts. , was the disapp intmciit of the race, darner was , unprepared w lieu the start calm- and she was last t tn leave the jHtst. The filly had no chance and it ] would lie well to overlook her effort of today. The dash of one mile fur two yearn. Ids brought . out a band of stayers and Lynn, which heat an all-aged Held at the same distance a few days back, duplicated lliat performance by winning from . Nolli. As in his pre* ious race. Lynn came from far back and finished with a great burst of speed. . In making his rush through the homestretch he , swerved over and seemingly interfered with Greet- iiigs. .1. I. Misick has announced that he lias decided ■ tn send his string to Cuba. He has several useful , liorses in this stable and before leaving will pick , up a couple more. .lockov Johnny McTaggart will tide for the Ricn-nnl T. Wilson stable next season. This winter he will g.i fi. New Orleans with trainer T. J. Healey. who intends racing a small string of the Wilson horses there. Eull Hera good English horse Short Grass was ■ withdrawn from the Thanksgiving Handicap today a ml tired. He has been turned out for the winter. , Saturday night a five ear siwcial train will leave for New Orleans. Among the prominent owners vb will be represented by shipments on this special are Uichard T. Wilson. Einil Hera. L. J. Carey and ! the Marroiie Stable. The others are made up of small strings. Emil Herz has obtained first call on the services of jockey J. Butwell for the winter season. Jockey J. Mctcalf has Iteen signed to ride for George Mom net year and will be seen on the . Xew York tracks. la-k Garner will ride at Xew Orleans this winter . K. L. Baker and will leave for that southern , city Tuesday. Guy. his elder brother, who can do , jos itounds. will have for Juarez at the same time " . to I iile free lance.

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