Wingfield Youngsters to Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-22


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a ♦- WINGFIELD YOUNGSTERS TO BOWIE BALTIMORE. Md.. March 21.— The horses of the stable ot George Wingfield of Reno. Nev.. which Preston Bun h will race at Bowie, are the two-year-olds Brown Belle, a brown daughter of Atheling II. and Washoe Belle, she by Sweep; Athana, a bay daughter of Atheling II. and Anna May; Bucado, a brown gelding by Honeywnod— Belle, and Topargo a hay gelding by Atheling II. _ Carico. These are the inosi forward of the string of fifteen colts and fillies by Afbettag II. and Houeyw 1 Kurch wintered at the Benning lra k. Washington, and is still training there. Banks youngsters are all in first-class condition. The four that will race at Bowie have all been three-eighths in better than 37 seconds over the Benning course They will stable at Benning thnagh the Bowie meeting and go over day by day with the mam of stket stables at the Washington track in special electric cars. K. Parke, a youngster from Idaho, will ride for the Wingfield stable. Max Smart, who is naiiiiiig a public stable at Benning. u ill have a number of two-year-olds for Bowie raefceg, the property, mostly, of Samuel Ross and Admiral Gary T. Grayson of Washington. Also he has the three year-olds Racquetta ami Apex nearly ready for Ihe colors.

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