More Muddy Track Racing: Going At Bowie Still Unfavorable And Speedy Horses Stay In Their Barns.; Hauberk Gets Up in Time to Defeat Indian Chant in the Leading Race of the Afternoon--Land Lubber Takes the Dash for Two-Year-Olds., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-11


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MOKE MUDDY TRACK RACING GCING AT BOWIE STILL UNFAVORABLE AND SPEEDY HORSES STAY IN THEIR BARNS. Hauberk Gits Up in Tim* to Defeat Indian Chant in the Leading Race of the Afternoon — Land Lubber Takes Um Dash for Tuo-Ycar-Olds. Bowie, Mil.. April 10. — A continuation of the Us-agn cable and wind.T weather, which prevailed tori sj . li«l sat affect the attendance to any noticeable degree mi Bowie. The track had dried out material-l. and good racing waa the order, in spots, however, tin- going tiii remained muddy, which Rare mud runners some opportunity. I li f. ature of iii ;i t- i araa a liandicap at five and :i half furlong* and after the t. top weight T ! r iir Morning and Kewessa. were withdrawn, it left imli.i. o! i: lion fairly well divided between Hauberk, Indian Chant and The ih-bion. The ultimate winner, however, proved i" he Hnnberk, which showed ;i return to the good form he displayed here mat autamn, when be got np in tfane i" beat Indian bant, the early pacemaker, by . small margin. Hauberk v;is on the Inside arhen turnins for home and saved ««iiti«- n hit of ground. tin n when pat ;■ a drive, responded gaaa l.v and overhauled Indian Chant in the final aixteenth of a mile. The latter al towed 1 1 i -= usual high speed throughout. i!n Derision failed to cut any figure ;:, the running after reaching the atretch torn. Load Lubber, a guod-feekiag two-year-old from Grant Hack Brownes atabie, graduated out of the maiden claaa in the opener. The colt had showed a good performance the opening, day aad waa there-rare heavily backed. Freda Jchnsonc Victory Popular. Freda Johnson, n popalar home at Bowie, won the fifth from tii old rampaigneia Kiehard Lnngdon and BUlle Hibbs. It was a dose finish between the first two after they had beea under ■ kard drive all through the stretch. I Speculation, as usual, was good, with well -backed uoraen bring consntenon throughout the afternoon. Henry McDeuM. trainer for V . Sharp Kilmer, waa ■ visitor today from Biaghamptoa. N. v.. a. in re tin KUmer string wintered. He was in quest of :i rider for t—tablhrhmmt aad stated that the eatire atabie had arintered annsoally well, with Tom MeTaggart, the crack two-year-old for which KUmer paid ; large price last year, having pat on at leant lo; ponndi and Inrking quite fit. Mr. ::!■■ lira. George Seardoa were aim ng the arrivals from Hot barings today and Mr. Beardon is on the lookoat for some aaefol racers, for a wealthy pat: mi of the tarf. Jockey .1. MeTaggart was forced to cancel Ma engagements for the day on account of Illness. .i inns Mitten .vim oaTlciated as starter .it the Havana meeting nnd Harry White, are anoong the da tly visitors :it || a h . Jockey i asey waa s,.| down few days by the tew-arda i r rough riding in the fifth and sixth raeea .Monday. Kti. Flana is n vi tor from Jacksonville. Jockey Oberi received ;i three days aaopeaaion for breaking np start* and misbehavior at the post oil Hands on in the sixth raei Monday-.

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