Indian Chants Good Race: Comes From The Rear In Bowies Feature Dash And Wins Cantering.; Miss Burgomaster Runs Well in the Mud and Takes the Sprint for Two-Year-Olds--Jockey Collins Rides Kilts and Zodiac to Victory., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-07


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INDIAN CHANTS GOOD RACE COMES FROM THE REAR IN BOWIES FEATURE DASH AND WINS CANTERING. Miss Burgomaster Runs Well in the Mud and Tukes the Sprint for Two -Year-Olds — Jockey Collins Rides Kilts and Zodiac to Victory Bowie. Md.. April i. -J. W. Bonns sprinter Iiiilieii Chant Beared another victory at Bowie when he won the Magru.ler Burse this a fill aaaa The Magruder was he feature race of the program and it brought together some apecdy platers. The dfattaare was aevea -eighth*, a dbttaace considered a bit too far for Indian ii-int. He demonstrated that he is not merely a sprinter by coming from behind and easily taking the lead in the stretch, drew away and won from Jem under restraint. The track was heavy and the time mad- in BMBC of the races was ahnr. Tin- apart however. va- i-iean and aaate of the finishes close enough to be i -.citing. The J. S. Tjree stable furnished the winner of tin- twi rear-old race in Miss Bargaaaaater, which made a runaway affair of it and beat Hop- out by three parts of a length. Arbitrator, of ti„. outsiders, heat Yelear out by a can! leagtb in a driving finish in the sec -■•"I race, lb- paid SVC-IO in the |2 miituels. Jockey W. lollins. who rode two winners. Kilts and Zodiac is rapidly acipiring a large fallowing here He i; a consistent rider and about as good as :.ny of theaa h -re at his weight. Andy Blik! y. who obtained the contract on Jack v Troiar for his employer A. A. Reilly. president o. the Victory Oil Company, has written that he will Bead the lad east in a couple of da., s. His engagements here will be looked after by Blaktey hiaaacM. Troise is said by some aaaaj judges to be the find of the season among the apprentices, which means that he will prove a welcome addition to the ranks of the jockeys • Win af Bowie-. T. McTaggarl Will Ride for W. Garth. William Garth has obtained fii-i call on T. Mc-Taggarl for the coming Bimlico meeting, where he will start a aaaaher of the Bal Iarr horses. W. Altea lids fair to be a huntsman of parts in Maryland. All arbiter, with Mrs. Allen, he hunted freqaeatfr; and Mrs. Allen had for her mount the old thoroughbred steeplechaser Sanctim. There will be an Allen pack of hounds before long that promise to cut an important figure in Maryland hunting. Allen has the nucleus of his pack ami contemplates an Knglish cross wRh American dogs to give his dogs si;:e. .lo-epl: B. Davis, one of the really important owners, who m.ii-ii. litis an extensive stable of flat an 1 cross country bataea, was a vis:tor at Bowie this afternoon. He came over from New York this morning to look over tin- string he has at Binning ami incidentally ti ok in a davs racing at Bowie. Mr. Davis greeted his many friends in his usual enthusiastic manner. lie was aci oinpanied by Praak J. Bryan, the well-known turf official. This was tie- first days racing that Mr. Bryan has seen since last fall. He predicts a great season for the Hunt meetings throughout the country and says thai many new recruits to the sport will join the ranks of the Hunt Club owners this year. A. B. Clark, another cross country enthusiasl. whose beraea are traiaed by William Begaa, wa-. anoth.-i- riaitor. Mr. Clarks horse, an- also at Benuing. T. W. OBrien, whose two-year-olds have shown up so well at I.ow ii . came over from New York. Some of the OBrien youngsters an- by his old racer Phnhaaa. They are trained by Tom Shannon, a capable trainer, who developed the crack Ceorge Smith, which won the Kentucky Derby last spring. Jockey .1. Bulbil:. n :s connected with th" J. S. Tyree stable this year. He may tike out a license and do a bit of riding later in the season. To Discourage Building New Tracks. The neeting of the members of the Thoroughbred Horse Association, which was scheduled for last night, was poorly attended on account of the heavy rains. Tin- committee, however, took up some important matters for discussion, one of which was their attitude regarding new tracks that might Inbuilt in Maryland. They decided it would be to the licst interests of the snort to discourage the creation of any more race courses in this state and that if any were constructed members of the association would not race over them. The committee is composed of William Carth. James Arthur, II. i. Bedwell and Dr. J. F. Adams. Mr. Bedwell informed the committee that several business men in Baltimore had spoken to him in regard tii racing and. among other things, said that they are in favor of the sport and would lend their aid to encourage racing, provided it was not overdone and that if any more tracks were built they would withdraw- their support. Kx -jockey J. Ranch, who at one time rode for several prominent owners in this country and later for Mr. Vanderbilt in Frame, was a visitor. Bauch may reenter the sport as an owner, provided he can pick up a few useful horses at a reasonable price. Jockey J. Williams was an arrival from Hot Springs; he will ride here as a free lance. The only claim yesterday was that made by P. L. Short, after his mare Pin Money won. Short, fearful that some one might take the mare, entered a claim for her at an advance of 125 over her entered price, and. as it was the only claim made, he was out hB25. Some of the horsemen do not look kindly on this new rule of the Jockey Club and naturally it is open to discussion. The 2." will be divided among the races run tomorrow, which means that it goes right back to the horsemen. On the face of it the rule looks like a good one. for the reason that if a man enters a horse at its proper value, he should not put in a retaining claim and vice versa. If he runs the horse for less value than its worth, he is entitled to lose, if no other claim but his is deposited.

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