Victory For Whitney Two-Year-Old: Flying Witch Duplicates Success of Amaze at Bowie on Opening Day., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-03


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VICTORY FOR WHITNEY TWOYEAROLD Flying Witch Duplicates Success of Amaze at Bowie on Opening Bay BOWIE Mil April 2 The second day of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association raeet iiiK saw another large attendance at Prince George Park The racing proved interesting especially so the mile dash run as the sixth race Ballad was hacked to the exclusion of everything else in this race but after running prominently to the homestretch seemed to tire and pulled up lame The winner turned up in Kilts II which ran coupled with Simon Pure because both are trained by AV L Oliver The finish was a thriller and the result in doubt until the last few strides when Kilts II drew away from Simon Pure which in turn had only a neck advantage over Indian Chant The hitters effort was a most praiseworthy one as he I suffered from interference at the half mile post and after getting clear finished fastest of all With i clear field there is little doubt that he would have won wonThe The Whitney stable duplicated its success of open ¬ ing day by furnishing the winner of the baby race that began todays proceedings Flyuig Witch a daughter of Broomstick Ply by Night II ridden by Frank Robinson leading seven other juveniles from the rise of the barrier to win in a canter by four lengths The Whitney youngsters here in charge of trainer Albert Simons are in the pink of condi ¬ tion and appear to be the best band of young racers the New York turfman lias had in several years Trauspero yearsTrauspero a threeyearold colt by Transvaal Espero and a first time starter won the second race after leading throughout He was tiring at the end and just lasted long enough to hold Genevieve B safe Plurenzi the favorite in this race was badly out ¬ run and never prominent at any stage of the con ¬ test testThe The royallybred Tan II a son of the triple crown winner Rock Sand and the highclass race mare Tanya raced up to expectations in the third and won in easy fashion He began well but attempted to run out at the first turn but when straightened out displayed a high order of speed and after overtaking the pacemaker in the stretcli drew away from Hoiulinl at the end endBallast Ballast making his first start of the year in the f if tli race aifd with Jimmy Butwell in the saddle iKfc l his inbresTsreasohMT bpilSireiifs into arly Tie feat and was only cantering throughout the stretcli stretcliBIG BIG PRICE IN THE MUTUELS MUTUELSThe The biggest surprise of the day came in the fourth race when Wisest Fool beat a band of threeyearolds in the Benning Purse paying 97fiO for 2 in the mutuels Duchess Lace the favorite was lucky to filiisli third thirdThe The closing nice of the afternoon fell to Luther with the favorite Puts and Calls in second place Rice on Luther stole a big lead after disposing of Flora Finch and the favorite had no chance to overcome that big advantage although closing up fast after a slow beginning Jockey beginningJockey 1 Dominick lias been granted permission by his contract employer I Hammond to visit his relatives and has departed for a brief stay He will hi seen in the saddle during the latter part of the Bowie meeting meetingGreen Green It Morris eighty four years eleven months young todayW was a visitor at Bowie today W S Winfrey has accepted a division of the Beach Stables twoyearolds intended for Bowie racing racingJockey Jockey Butwell made his first appearance in the saddle since Marlboro last spring springH H J Burke was an arrival in the interests of the Havre de Grace meeting meetingJ J P Mayl erry is seeking a European engagement after July 1 1John John H Boone is here soliciting entries for the Excelsior and other stakes to be run at the Jamaica spring meeting nominations to which close April Win Garth announced the foaling of three colts from the mares Sackcloth Harvest Queen and Schnapps all sired by Theo Cook They were foaled at his Charlottesville Va farm farmCol Col P T Chinn was an arrival here today from Lexington LexingtonLiberty Liberty Bond a starter in the fourth race was bred by the late Senator Itlclmrd A Johnson of Laurel and carried the colors of his son today The gelding was foaled at Laurel where Prince Ahmed iiis sire stood

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