Miss Jemima And Bonnie Mary: Followers of Racing Eagerly Awaiting Meeting of Two Crack Horses of Same Age and Breeding., Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-05


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MISS JEMIMA AND BONNIE MARY Followers of Racing Eagerly Awaiting Meeting of Two Crack Horses of Same Ago and Breeding BY T K LYNCH LYNCHSARATOGA SARATOGA SPRINGS Aug 4 A meeting be ¬ tween Miss Jemima and Bonnie Mary is being eag ¬ erly looked forward to by followers of racing who have gathered here Both fillies have their admir ¬ ers and the opinion is about equally divided as to the relative merits of the pair The easteners be ¬ lieve in Bonnie Mary while the Kentucky delega ¬ tion points to Miss Jemimas wonderful record of eight victories out of nine starts as a basis for their opinion that she is the peer of the twoyear old fillies shown this year If one is neutral he would certainly have to swing to Miss Jemima JemimaThere There are not a few who rate the Whitney filly Panoply the best of her age and who make no secret of their opinion that she can beat Bonnie Mary doing anything and they may be right for Panoply has shown herself to be a twoyearold of the high ¬ est class The general public however pick Miss Jemima and Bonnie Mary as the champions of their sex of the west and east eastMiss Miss Jemima has two other stake engagements at Saratoga the Schnylerville Stakes for fillies and the Adirondack Handicap for youngsters of both sexes The former is a dash of five and a half furlongs and the latter asarint of threequarters Bonnie Mary is an eligible for the Schuylerville Stakes but is not in the Adirondack Both of these events are programmed for the last ten days of the meeting meetingCharlie Charlie Rowe in whose name and colors Miss Jemima runs will be remembered by racegoers as the trainer and developer of that good race mare Colonial Girl which beat the wonderful Hermis in the 50000 Worlds Fair Handicap one of the rich ¬ est races ever run on the American turf Colo ¬ nial Girl was a grand mare and at times beat the best handicap horses in the country Rowe comes by his skill honestly for he was a jockey of no mean ability some few years back Those who used to frequent the Old Fair grounds meetings will probably recollect Rowe as the rider of that useful old plater High Test with which he won a number of races Chas RQAVC used to ride the horse while his brother George did the training

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