Latest Turf News from Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-06


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Latest Turf News From Bowie BOWIE, Md.. April 5. Steve Judge claimed Sagamook for ,809 Wednesday. George Wilson reached Bowie today and assumed his duty of dropping the recall flag. T.ady Clioco was claimed out of the first race from the Nevada Stock Farm by J. A. COburn for ,20| . Frank Bray has arrived at Havre de CJrace with the string that he campaigned for the Eilane Stable at Havana. Jockey Penman came over from Brookdalc Farm today to finish out the Maryland racing season with the Whitney stable. Setting Sun showed readiness for the Capitol Handicap, to be run Saturday, when he v/orked seven-eighths this morning in 1 :Z0. Fred Miller is so used to timing horses that when he was asked his age in his application for a license to train he said -58 Vs." Montfort Jones showed utter disregard for a popular superstition when he named a two-year-old Friday 1.1th. This one is a black gelding, son of Vulcain and Rupieola. that has been named to make bis debut tomorrow. J. W. Bean of Washington. D. C, will again race at Pimlico this spring. The horses in charge of his trainer. J. I. Smith, are as follows: All Fair. Air Tan. Elizabeth Bean. Criselda, Topango, Confusion and several two-year-olds. Roy Waldron, trainer for the Eexington Stable and the Xalapa Farm Stable, made his first Bowie visit of the season. He came over from Havre de CJrace. where he is preparing for the coming meeting. He said the horses were all doing well. Henry Taylor, a rubber in the service of M. J. Murphy, had an arm broken in the Bowie paddock this morning when he was kicked by Billy Barton. He was "doing up" the horse at the time and walked back of his charge, when he lashed out with his heels and inflicted the injury. One division of the H. C. Bud" Fisher horses will be shipped to Havre de Grace, while others will go to Belmont Park. Cartoonist will be one of the Havre de Grace division and will have his final preparation for the Preakness Stakes and Kentucky Derby at that meeting. Joseph E. Donohay came in from Freehold today for the meeting. His horses are in the care of R. V. Boyle and were shipped to Havre de Grace. In the same car came the string of W. B. Oliver from Bakewood. Oliver has designs on the Harford Handicap with Dexterous, his sprinter that was only-beaten ty Exterminator and Billy Kelly in the same race last spring. « .

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