Fillies Win Main Races at Bowie: Lunetta Takes Martha Washington Handicap-Pen Rose Shows Flash of Old Speed, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-27


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FILLIES WIN MAIN RACES AT BOWIE Xunetta Takes Martha Washington Handicap Pen Eoio Shows Flash of Old Speed. P.OWIE, Md., November M. J., .7. Hallenbecks good two-year-old Lunetta, a daughter of Luke McLuke Agnes Virginia, carried off the Martha Washington Handicap that was featured bv the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association at Howie this afternoon. Lunetta lost no time getting ti tiie front and made every post a winning one. She was never seriously threatened and showed a sparkling performance. Duchess Lace was second and Haliet Dancer II. got the short end of the purse. In the following race Pen Hose, the brilliant two-year-old of lillS, which has raced ioorly all year, showed a flash of her juvenile seed and ran away from her opponents, winning pulled up eight lengths in advance of Peregrine, which lieat Star Healm for place honors in the final strides. The second race furnished a decided surprise, with slightly considered contestants finishing in tlie first three places, while tlie favored ones were among the also rans. The French-bred colt Pibroch, with A. Johnson in the saddle, was returned the winner after a strenuous stretch battle witli Duke John, which had a rough time of It in tlie early part of tlie race. Little Ed was third in the last stride after overcoming tlie disadvantage of a slow beginning. Siren Maid was heavily backed in tlie two-year-old dash, the third on the program, and won in commanding style. She disposed of Martha Luckett while rounding tlie stretch turn and easily held sway to tlie end. ..Yunng Adam, bled during . tlie . running of the -second race. Jockey L. Lyke was an arrival today from Kentucky. The post time for the first race tomorrow will be one oclock. J. E. Griffith today purchased at private sale Senator Broderick with the intention of making a jumper of him. At the close of the present meeting TV. V. Casey will ship his horses to the Driving Park at Baltimore, where they will lie wintered. William Shields big string will go into winter quarters at Gravesend at tlie conclusion of this meeting. George McSweeney of Toronto, was an arrival hi time to secure Poult ney, the star of the sale, in the paddock today. The horse has been turned over to ex-jockey Cecil Knight, who will train him in future and lie will be shipped from here to New-Orleans.

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