Bowies Outlook Bright: Many Prominent Eastern Stables to Race at Prince George Parks Fall Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1921-10-29


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BOWIES OUTLOOK BRIGHT Many Prominent Eastern Stables to Race at Prince George Parks Fall Meeting. BALTIMORE. Md., October 2S. Eastern horsemen who have reserved stable room at Prince George Park. Bowie, for the autumn meeting of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association "will run through the last fortnight of November are: Charles A. Slonehani, Richard T. Wilson, Walter J. Salmon, Spalding Lowe Jenkins, J. Edwin Griffith, J. S. Cosden, Cleiulennin Ryan, George Bull, William R. Coe, James Butler, Joseph Marrone. F. M. Kelly, J. L. Holland. Max Ilirscb, James AV. McClelland. Frank J. Fan-ell. John E. Madden. Henry T. Oxnard, Mrs. Payne Whitney. Harry Payne Whitney, Thomas W. OBrien, Philip A. Clark. W. V. Casey, George Peterson, Frank I. Weir, T. J. Carroll, George A. Carpenter, etc. Yellow Hand and Dry Moon, cracks of mature years of the Stoneham stable, raced last fall at Bowie under the silks of Richard T. Wilson. Mr. Stoneham bought them immediately after the finish of the Bowie meeting. Yellow Hand has improved vastly since he raced in Maryland last fall. He will be the Stoneham candidate for the long distance stakes at one mile and five-eighths and one mile and seven-eighths that will be salient features of the meeting at Prince George Park. Yellow Hand has just won the Scarsdale and Pelham Bay Handicaps at Yonkers. When he won the Manhattan Handicap at Belmont Park on the opening -day of the September meeting of the Westchester Racing Association Yellow Hand ran one mile in 1:30. flat. He defeated Audacious and Mad Hatter at Yonkers in July in the Empire City Handicap and Mad Hatter and Audacious at Saratoga in the Saratoga Handicap. His improvement in speed has been remarkable. He no longer follows his opponents for five and a half furlongs or three-quarters mile and wins by belated rushes. He is up with the pace from the start and it takes a fast sprinter to keep step with him. The improvement in Yellow Hand was wrought by A. J. Golds-borough, the veteran trainer. Mustard Seed, a fleet son of Peter Quince and a winner at Aqueduct, will come to Bowie with the horses of the Stoneham stable, but he will race at Prince George Park under the silks of George Bull. Mr. Bull, another broker of New York, is treasurer of the Saratoga Association. It was through Mr. Bulls efforts, and Richard T. Wilsons, that the Saratoga plant -was converted into the most beautiful race course in the United States. Mustard Send is Mr. Bulls first race horse. His feet are not of the best and he should find the deeply cushioned course at Prince George Park decidedly to his liking. The best Stoneham two-year-olds are Flannel Shirt, Ultimo and Rebuke. A veteran plater or the establishment is Recount, a -winner at Bowie last fall. C. H. Miller, one of the most improved jockeys in America, is Goldsboroughs regular rider.

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