Bowie Prospects Bright: Stall Reservations Indicate Plenty of Horses of Good Quality for Spring Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-13


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BOWIE PROSPECTS BRIGHT Stall Reservations Indicate Plenty Plentyof of Horses of Good Quality Qualityfor for Spring Meeting Word comes from Baltimore Md that prospects never looked brighter for a most successful spring racing season in Maryland than right now three weeks before Bowie will throw open its gates for the inaugural meeting meetingEverything Everything is reported as progressing fa ¬ vorably at Praince George Park and indica ¬ tions judging by the list of reservations for stall room are that there will not only be plenty of horses available for the Bowie rac ¬ ing but the quality of some of the prospec ¬ tive starters will be above the standard usually found at a meeting held so early In the spring springReservations Reservations reported to have been made include 20 stalls for H P Whitney 35 for Montfort Jones 16 for Thomas Clyde It for W R Coo 15 for R P Carman 25 for James Arthur 20 for A Schwenke 15 for G W Forman 18 for Sam Louis 15 for J W Bean 15 for G C Winfrey 25 for J W Burttschell and 24 for R Vestal The im plicati9n is that the horses of these stables are ready for the colors or will be at the end of March The racing promoters of Maryland no longer provide stabling for horses that are not ready All of the Prince George Park stalls are bespoken and super ¬ intendent Richard Pending could find tenants for a couple of hundred more if he had them There is a long waiting list listBesides Besides these horsemen Chester Applegate has been assigned 13 stalls Richard Pending 6 John Farrell Jr 12 William Martin 4 A Miller 7 L Summerfield 3 James Mur ¬ phy 7 Michael Hackett 4 R C Kochen darfer 3 James Murray 8 William Post 3 Louis Williams 4 J Coyle 4 Fred Mil ¬ ler 6 W Ross 4 E Salt 7 Frank Farrar 8 William Fizer 13 A Denny 4 Robert McKeever 12 L Haymaker G A Paretto 12 C Clark 4 A Chapman 10 Elmer Truman 5 W Shenbridge 3 W Suggs G F Wilson 15 George Peterson 3 L T Bauer 7 C Brockmiller 14 J Stotler 15 W Carter 7 G R Bryson 12 A Wood liffe 13 Clyde Freeman 10 T E Crist 10 E Shaffer 6 George Brenton 9 Frame Garret G E Springer 7 W Hickman 3 J Buscher 7 Ernest Hall 7 J Bauer 3 Paul J Miles 6 J Hubbard 7 C McDon ¬ ald 3 O Johnson 4 F Kerns 5 T Ed ¬ ward 4 E Lucas 3 G Alexandra G G Milton 4 George Phillips 4 Clyde Phillips 4 J Shields 4 M Reiser 7 Robert Boyle 5 John Tevis 10 Silas Veitch G H Mun son 3 A Fennell 3 A Aker G P Busch 10 B Cole 16 E Rathman 7 W Cisna 2 T Thompson 8 James Bodsn 14 Charles Gasser 4 Archie Zimmer 8 C Turney 6 William Shea 7 R Jackson 4 J Mannix 11 and Owen Pons 11 11William William Clancy is on the outside looking in Clancy appears to have a bunch of ready horses but was late making his bid At Bowie it is always the first who come that are the first served Others on the waiting list are J A Gibson II Yorke C SanforU J Alt C Mackey C Norton J G Wagnon D Johnson H Fallshy B Jones H Com ¬ bers C Place and M Grant

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