Latest Gossip Of Maryland Courses: Majority of Horses Quartered at the Various Tracks Ready for Spring Racing., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-01


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LATEST GOSSIP OF MARYLAND COURSES Majority of Horses Quartered at the Various Tracks Ready for Spring Racing BALTIMORE Md March 31 The racing string of C A Applegate New Jersey turfman in charge of trainer Lawrence Reinheimcr recently arrived from New Orleans It includes Manister Toi Roi Craig Blue Ro U and Verboten the last named a brother to Howdy Howdy by Bannockburn Sig norina which has never faced the barrier Manister Toi the star of the outfit has entirely recovered from the wrenched ankle which showed itself after the running of the New Years Handicap at the Fair Grounds Trainer Reinhetmer fired and blis ¬ tered the horse and has lately subjected him to light training with the ultimate intention of racing him at Iinilicos spring term Roi Craig and Blue Rock will be seen under colors during the opening week at Bowie The latter is a recent acquisition to the stable having Ixxn purchased from W D Bcrnliardt at New Orleans after several good per ¬ formances there thereJockey Jockey J Metcalf lias arrived to fulfill his eon tract engagement witli J Wk Sweeney for the dura ¬ tion of the Maryland circuit The Spreckels two yearolds which he rode with such great success during the southern season fell sick just before trainer Carroll had arranged for their removal to Kentucky and the rider was granted permission to ride in the east pending their recovery There are several good looking twoyearolds among the Sweeney string which should race to their promise under Metcalf capable guidance guidanceJockey Jockey J W OBrien has l oen a daily visitor at Bowie and lias kept himself in condition exer ¬ cising luring the morning trials OBrien has teiniK rarily attached himself to the W C Clancy stable pending negotiations for a season contract with one of the most prelentious stables of the metropolitan circuit circuitThe The horses in the Wi Clancy stable which is due to Jirrive at Havre de Grace on March 29 include Pickwick possibly the best horse shown at New Orleans last Avinter Paddy Dear Tinga Ling The Minute Man Assume the property of John Leonard of New Orleans and Assumption and Padriac PadriacCrank Crank Samuel Ross good sprinter recently worked onehalf mile in fifty seconds at the Ben niiig course which justifies trainer Burch in an ¬ nouncing that he will be an early starter at Bowie BowieFAST FAST WORK BY ROSS HORSES HORSESAt At Laurel where the course has been kept in fine condition by superintendent Keesan Com ¬ mander J K L Ross horses have recently dis ¬ played high speed Trainer Bedwell sent Monoinoy a mile in 143 and Dottie Vandiver threeeighths in ZaVs on Wednesday indicating their preparation for Havre de Grace racing racingCharlie Charlie Leydecker lias since his shipment from New Orleans trained in a manner to indicate that he will be a starter in the Inaugural at Bowie BowieOther Other good trials at Bowie have been those of Joseph 1 Murphy a Ihreeyearold maiden of Ed ¬ ward McBrides Ihreequarters of a mile in 117 Ballast threequarters in 110 Wisest Fool and Mahony fiveeighths in 102 It is rumord that jockey L Ensor will ejitcr into a contract cngagemest with the R T Wilson stable during the Maryland season and accompany Irainer Thomas Healey lo the Havre de Grace course when its Maryland division entrains durins the next week from Belmont Park ParkA A majority of the Quincy Stables horses will be quartered at Havre de Grace ere the opening of the racing there trainer James Fitzsimmons having announced his intention of shipping the string next week Jockey Ted Rice has reported to the slable for the season Jockey Tommy Davies has been relieved from the war work to which he devoted himself for the greater part of last year and has signed with the William Garth division of the Capt Ral Parr stable Jockey Mergler lias been retained for the Lewis Garth division of the same stable while steeple ¬ chase jockey Crawford a recent benedict will pilol the steeplechase division in their engagements engagementsW W H Post has purchased Indian Chant from J W Sweeney at private sale Richard Pending has purchased Vigilante from G W Forman at private lerms Both will be seen in action at I5owie

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