First Society Event Of 1917 Season.: My Ladys Manor Point-to-Point Race at Baltimore Next Monday., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-07


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FIRST SOCIETY EVENT OF 1917 SEASON. My Ladys Manor Point-to-Point Race at Baltimore Next Monday. Baltimore. Md.. April Ii. — The first society race of the racing season will take place at four oclock next Monday afternoon, when My Ladys Manor Ioint-to-loint wili bo run at Baltimore county. The course is dotted with sixteen obstacles. The start will be made on the farm of Jacob M. Ienrco. Nine are listed to go to the jiost. Among them are two winners ami runners-up— Miss OSlinnter and Cockey Bird in lltlti ami Whipperpool and Make in IMS. -Miss OSlinnter and Karl Grey, another entry, finished second and third respectively, in the Klkiidge Hunt a year ago. The committee in charge of the Point-to-Ioint is composed of .1. .Myers Bearce. secretary : C. M. Iearce. Walter Ilutchins. Hamilton Cockey and John itosley, Jr. The entries, owners and riders are: Iarl Crey, Frank S. Bonsai. Frank Murray. Behert Brace, .Mrs. Frank S. Bonsai, jervis Spencer. Jr. Co.-key Bird. J. B. Valentine, irover Hutchins. Bambler. W. H. Be C. Wright, owner. Whipperpool, Mrs. II. T. Bearce, Bussell Hutchins. Miss OShanter, Mrs. Sidney Wattcrs, Sulnev Buxton. C. II. Pearce. owner. Timburr. J. ML Bearce. Ralph Ilutchins. Mabo. John Bosley, Jr., owner. Walace W. Lanahan and Stuart Oliver will send their thoroughbreds to Philadelphia tomorrow to try to capture the laurels in the White Marsh Point-to-Poiut race to be run Saturday afternoon. The former will be represented by Cockspur, Louis Merryman, rider, and Edwin Cray. John Bosley, Jr., rider, while the latter owner will pin his hopes on Warlock, with Ceorge Bluckston up. The horses will remain in Philadelphia next week to participate in the Radnor Hunt on April 14. These horses are being prepared for the Maryland Hunt Club and other society races to be run in Maryland and elsewhere this year. Cockspur is said to have taken kindly to jumping and may develop into a good otie, while Warlock was purchased from the late Capt. W. F. Presgrave. Warlock and Cock-i spur have won on the Maryland tracks.

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