Another Whitney Winner: Ruth Law Emulates Tippity Witchet And Takes The First Race At Bowie.; Jem First in the Feature Race of the Day--Colins Son, King Herod, Wins Easily and Is a Handsome Colt., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-04


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ANOTHER WHITNEY WINNER RUTH LAW EMULATES TIPPITY WITCHET AND TAKES THE FIRST RACE AT BOWIE. Jem First in the Feature Race of the Day — Colin s Son, King Keroil, Wins Easily and Is a Handsome Colt. ■eerie, 114., April !. -The 11..; ry Payne Whitney ■table cum back after yesterdays epeaer and again fmiiiahtil the wiaaer ef today* two-year-old race .:t Movie in Buth Law. A haadeseBf lanhtog filly by Breoosatiefc fir*i Plight. Rata Law waa easily beat and waa »". u- «i to arereeaae much latetfereace in tlu- early r— lag. She cloaed ap in reaoiate fashlea in the stoeteh .-mil ;it tke ead was K »i"K away. Dlaatbea araa aeeead ami MUs Burgomaster third. The fat am araa the flrat ef the get ef Pluvious to go to the post, .she was ;i alt gren at the harrier, l m eared ground .-ill the way and finished gamely. Lady Mean, after Hhoalag a riisbl of speed iii the early running, saened aat m bil when eateriag the boast atnlili, where Sweet Margaeril • weal t the eatable feme Collectively. tin- Held araa ;i v,,,,,,: loekiag one aad mmb • af thnwr which did not show • will .Lis aftena are certain to hiii ru vc. rni.itiiin is aae of the bbbbIii i She begaa lowly aad waa aat persevered with. The eaten raee, the Army aad Vary Parse, waa won by Jem. which beat Blharr in eaay fashion. Tin- winner made nearly all the pace aad had speed in reserve :it the finish. n. I. Blew a waa among todays visitors, lie arrived from Paha jreaterday and after attending : meeting ef the stockholders of the Cuba Ameri i.ui Jockej Ins. which was heM in Baltimore this mora hag, he aiade the trip out to Bowie. Mr. Brown announced idans for extensive improvements to Orh Btal Talk. Son of Mighty Colin Wins. Kiafj Herod, winner of the third race is a hand- aae celt gad runs like aae that will stay over a a leas mate of groaad. lie out of eaateatiea in The early running, at at the finish he was running away from his opponents. He is said to he MM of the host of the hand in the Giant Hugh Browne st.-ilile. !. I.. Bhert, who is fast m ipili lag a reputation as a halt-r man. added the filly Star Bird to his stable, after she was beat. mi yesterday. The 50 in excess of the entered price will he added to six of the seven rnees tomorrow, which means that the winters portion 1.1 eaeli race will he SIT". The rules ;" the lackey Clah stlpalate thai ;!iis excess shall n. t i e added to nay race, except an overnight raee. An overasght race is a race for which entries close forty-right hours or less before the time set for the first rat ! the day on which said raee is to he 1111.. sinter Dade has placed OHagaa on the eeaoal-iag list, lie als.. imposed a aaapeaaiaa f two days on jockeys 8obel and Keaadeaaaa for diaehedleace at tie peat. Raaea appeara in particularly goad condition this spring and ha-- evidently wintered well. In fact all of the hth-aeol stable horses indicate that they have done well at Charleston. Theie are a couide of ralta in the string that are said to he promising. Sheridan Clarke Among the Visitors. Aaaaag todays visitors were Sheridan Clarke, who i- here ill the in! rests of the l»evelishire. !oral and Mount Boyal meetings. Mr. Clarke spent the WiateT in New fork. He wiil leave for Canada shortly, where he will r. main all summer. It is doubtful if he will be at Ottawa this jrear, for the reason that this moiling will conflict with that at Mount Koyal. Jaaaea ileal- y. who eaaae over from Washington this morning, broaghl the news that many of the .j aapera at Beaaiag have been eeheatiag well. Tiie string that Mr. I lamphrfea brought over flUBB England is said t- be mole up of seme excellent fencers. Mr. Haaaphliea schools these horses himself, and some of tie-in hare ahewa much speed through the field. This morning landean. Shyness and Distant Shore, of the McLean string, were schooled and Distant Shore showed up part ieiilarly well. Young lewis Qarth s. hooted BaUybay, Rhaaab, Swiss and .lack Winston. The,. dole Coles has ti.e W. L. Mau-I • i 11 horses at Bowie and in the baud is steeplechaser Idle Michael The two steeeaeehaae mares Lady Itiittcrfly and Emerald ieiu have been ahipped hi the Garth Farm in Virginia and will probably be bred to Cherry Pit. Daniel lleTaggari is making the engagements of his brother John this spring. lie expects his brother Tom here from Hot Springs tomorrow. William Qarth is making an effort to secure the services of T. hfcTaggart for the faalha meeting.

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