Bowie Arrivals from South: Albert Simons and R. A. Smith and Buxton in from New Orleans-Other Newcomers, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-21


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I , ] , , , , , BOWIE ARRIVALS FROM SOUTH Albert Simons and R. A. Smith and Buxton in from New Orleans— Other Newcomers. BOWIE. Md.. March 20.— Among the recent arrivals at Bowie are the stables of Albert Simons and It. A. Smith from New Orleans, where they rated during the winter. Clarence Buxton has also arrived with his haraaa. Most of the interest centers in the two-year-olds of these stables. Smith considers that two of his youngsters stand our above the others as lacing prospects. These are: Captain Costignn, ch. c. by Vandergrifl — Ba-stante, by Oddfellow. Armedee, br. or blk. c, by Theo. Cook — Tigella. by Celt. Among Simons youngsters is Daniel, chestnut colt, by Rock View — Marie Fiances, by Sir Dixon, a double winner at the Fair Grounds. Buxtons best two-year-old prospects arc: Billy Gibson, chestnut colt, by Everest — Lily Trayne, by Brndwardine. and St. Angelina, bay filly, by Escoba — Chin Chin, by Yoter. Ail of these two-year-olds have shown promise, but Smith is of the opinion that the best two-year-old developed at Fair Grounds is Prince K.. a bay gelding, by Mont dOr II. — Louvois, by Electioneer, owned by Marshall Brothers. He won four races at New Orleans, will be raced in Kentucky by his owners, and is a good young horse.

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