Newsy Turf Notes from Bowie Track, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-01


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Newsy Turf Notes from Bowie Track Clarence Buxton has ten in the string that he will race at the Tijuana meeting. James F. OHara will leave for New Orleans after closing up the business of the Bowie meeting. Jockey B. Kummer was suspended for the final day of the meeting by the stewards yesterday. G. W. Foreman has taken the Crow Point Stables Bluffer and Ira Wilson for racing in New Orleans. Starter Marshall Cassidy and his assistant, Roy Dickerson, departed for their homes in Jamaica tonight. Racing secretary Joseph McLennan will not leave Baltimore until Saturday evening for the Crescent City. After Sling was winner of the second race he was claimed from E. Denham for ,977 by A. E. Alexandra. H. P. Conkling departed for New Orleans, where he will assume his position in the stewards stand at Jefferson Park. Marshall Field II. and Robert L. Gerry, partners in the ownership of the good filly Emotion, were on hand to see her run in the Thanksgiving Handicap. While being led to the loading platform for shipment to New Orleans Bullet, in J. B. Smiths stable, was severely kicked upon the shoulder and was left behind to winter here in care of W. H. Post. In the shipment that left for New Orleans Tuesday from Bowie some of the horses of William Shea and J. P. Smith Avere taken sick. It was found necessary to unload Bridesman at Louisville. Jockey M. Garner returned to Cincinnati this afternoon. Garner will not be seen in the saddle during the winter months. After a visit to his parents home at Centerville, Iowa, during the holidays he will report to his contract employer, J. C. Milam, at Lexington, Ky., to aid in the schooling of the large band of yearlings trained by Milam.

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