Vast Assemblage Sees Bowie Racing: Springlike Weather Brings Out Huge Attendance--Jockey Butwell Rides Three Winners., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-04


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VAST ASSEMBLAGE SEES BOWIE RACING RACINGSpringlike Springlike Weather Brings Out Huge Attendance Jockey Butwell Rides Three Winners BOWIE Md April 3 A return of clear spring ¬ like weather which made wraps a burden and vastly improved transportation from both Balti ¬ more and Washington attracted a vast assemblage to Prince George Park today which compared in numbers with that of the opening day They wit ¬ nessed the running of a good card which lacked a nominal feature The Cornelius Feliowcs entry Oleaster repeated her Jefferson Park success by a good victory over Calvert a highlybred new omer which had worked well at Pimlico PimlicoThe The rule which couples horses of different owner ¬ ship in the hands of the same trainer operated in the second when Jack Leary won Tiger Rose a heavily backed favorite ran oorly while Loyal Peter tlie runnerup aud a good looker showed a splendid performance Margery repeated her vic ¬ tory of opening day over Refugee and others in the third The colors of G W J Bissell the Pittsburgh millionaire were victorious when Sister Emblem won the stables first victory of tlie season Ke wexsa was palpably short and was weakly ridden He was heavily supported supportedAn An outstanding incident of todays racing was the riding of jockey Butwell the veteran saddle artist piloting three winners Jack Leary in tlie second Sister Emblem in the fourth and Harry Breivogel in tlie fifth fifthThe The Gwynn Tompkins stable of eight head ar ¬ rived at Pimlico today from Warrenton Va VaThe The Havre de Grace officials have been assured of a special train service to the track which will eliminate tlie bus journey from the village made necessary by war conditions last year yearThe The W B and A lias placed an additional race train on the Bowie service schedule scheduleHildas Hildas Brother was so severely injured by kick ¬ ing at the heels of Puts and Calls on AVednesday that trainer Arthur despairs of saving him and may lave him destroyed destroyedSteeplechase Steeplechase jockey Norman Kennedy recently Hsclwrged from the army has contracted to ride for 1 E Griffith for tin year 1919

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