Few Horses Remain At Bowie Track: Exodus Begins Immediately After the Close of the Prince Georges County Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1918-12-04


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FEW HORSES REMAIN AT BOWIE TRACK Exodus Begins Immediately After the Close of tile Prince Georges County Meeting Baltimore Md December 3 ImnieOiatcIv after the close of the Bowie season Saturday the exodus of horses and horsemen for winter tracks or winter quarters began Many of the stables were sent to New Orleans where they will take pirt in the racing at Jefferson Park and the Fair Grounds Others went to Havana for the Oriental Park niect niectone one of the stables to get away for the Crescent City was that of Edward A Arlington The con ¬ signment consisted of fourteen horses in charge of Frank Herold Mr Arlington recently changed his mind about retiring from active participation in racing and ho will strengthen his stable during the winter if the opportunity presents itself itselfGeorge George W Loft plans a campaign at Havana With this end in view he recently added the two useful performers Blazeaway and Babv Girl tt his string Mr Loft will spend a portion of the winter at the island resort Jinx Hirsch vill make the trip with the horses and have them in direct charge during the Oriental Park campaign campaignBy By tomorrow it is expected the track will be practically deserted of horses The Jockey talent has been pretty well divided between New Orleans and Havana Ted llice who was riding in good form during the fall meeting at the Prince Georges track has gone to New York for a brief rest It is reported that he will ride for tluc Quincy Stable next year

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