Pleasant Bowie Weather: Going Much Improved Under Sunshine And Big Crowd Sees The Racing.; King Herod Defeats Bonnie Witch Easily and Is Likened to McChesney in Appearance--Virginia Yell a Winner--Talk of the Track., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-12


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PLEaSABT BOWIE WEATHER GOING MUCH IKFROVED VMBEM, SUNSHINE AND SIC- CROWD SEES THE RACING. Xiag Hero:1. Defeat! Eoniiie Witch Easily and Is Uhanad to hfcChesney ia Appearance — Virginia Tell ?. Winner— Talk af tha Track. Bowie, ltd., April 11.— King Herod. th good- t. i lug ebi .tin i oil by « 4in, from the stable i f ; nnl Hugh Browne, todaj demonstrated that be is in; ,i .,, MM. i more thai ordinary !. He i r eui . " " ■ rankn of the maid* ns only .i f ■■■ i . ■;•■ . beatl ■ tin indifl renl band : b ea ■ laj w.. . ir tins a Rp i ily sprinter in Bonnie Witch, from the Whitney table. 1 nt the m in whi ■,-. be i1.., ited her wan Impressive. Bonnie Wit.ii. showing her usual high ilint of speed, • ■ tlie lead ... the ri • of tin ban ler aad mil ty . • : d lit. i :: !.-...! ni King Herod, Which w:is in • ■- : i ill be wnj down the ba !-.:• teh. ■■ a turning for Immbo. !. Mi fuggari called •■!! bim and • •■ |uiel ..-. "■ it ■ ! in equal tmai •. ;i!i the I niler, ; . i d Iii : ■ . mild ■; ride tat ..-. Bonnie Witch ti;-. i badly in tlie closing .... .in.i losl .,■..!.! plaee. While the opposition King ! rod wet today -• i iii not be termed . , liigh lass, bis Manner of wins made n good s:. n on i .".: |udge«. ;! •■ oh i : nil! on the style of McChesuey, which fact called tor Kereral remarks from horsemen, as they watched bim parade to the poet. rhe i i -i; r.i:ii was l-; king ii anything that could I termed e feature bat well backed winner* were . i phuooii. Tin- Garth combination put out ■ winner in the opener when Virginia KeB, a rood looking Plaudit geldlac, came home ahead of Irish Kiss and Hope. rhe latter was closing tp faal : t the i lit. rhe ... ,: ■ is extremely pleasant and a big crowd was • :i band with speculation heavy. There fern reral surprise* during the afternoon, the ■up» . , . t .!. • I iaa being the most proa win ml. ..... ,;. -■ .! . Mctcalf an ■ in arriral from Tijuana bi I ill ride us free lance daring tin- Maryland ii. • : i !■■-. Dnaran Campbell was n visitor, the guest «.f Hob MeKeuxie. Cot. v. W. Cochrane af Martina V.. Y.i.. a br eder of harness boraei aad In p etor of manitions for tin- Itussiaa goverameal ■n - ah* :i i i it"r. Many Hona ior Havre iTe Graio. i .■ tallowing bor» in. » bare decided to Bead I ir bor ■ ■ to l*hnlico aad aamit the «! • aing there, uutead of racing .-it Havre de Brace: Ral . irr, !. I. Gerry, J. K. L. Boaa, N. Beyer, .1. H. Miuaford, B. haffel, Calnaael Stable, ::. P. Whit-i... .i. II. Griffith, K P. Watera, 11. W. s.- . . J. M. Weld, P. Ambrose Clark and T. Hitchcock. •!!,.- total :■ oainl of hones included ia these -t.. .iii ■ aombi r i:..;. 11. 1. Bedwell, whoae practical tarn r mind has i ftcn stood liiin i- ».l Btead, in trainiug ;i urge Ktabte of horses, n.. twenty -nine boroea .-it tin-Laurel track and is acting is voluntary track Kuperint tnl i.t. He attaches :i harrow aad ;t f! :it to an automobil • and accomplishes in linrt time i i; t would take ix teams practically :; half day i,. no. Hi .. il send :i portloa of lii-- t:il l«- t.i Havre de Grace, while the remainder will an to ltmlieo. Joe Tfgue has fifteen i the Bedwvll Iki-ki b :it Bowie, mwhfng :i ti«t:. 1 of forty tour herati ia trainhag. Mara Cassidy, the oaTicial starter on the Metropolitan circuit, .um- over from New Kork and t : i-. s ii t Hugh Browne came from the tarar plaee, to see King Herod race. Martin Sathanson was :ui arrii ! from hieago and lo i McKeaade .uid ludge Moaek were also i~it.n-s. Tlie •!. 0. Talbotl hut-si and these «.f A. A. Beilly .mi -lulii Powers have arrived s-if-lj :it Havre de Oraee from Hat S|n-iuN. The bones trained bj ••■ rravers also arrived from the Springs. W. A. Barttacbell ha* nut yel fully decided whether he wUI send lit-- goad filly Pruil Cake in Kentucky, to ran in the i ::!: - r not. The filly i in the Preaknesa Stakes, which i-; nm ;.t Pimlico right after the »..i; aad the fact that the two races ■.iiiie so dose together, has caused trainer KurttsebeU t.i ismder on which event to aead tin-filly after.

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