Latest Turf News from Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-07


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Latest Turf News From Bowie BOWIE. Md.. April G. Clarence Buxton is expected from Tijuana tomorrow. J. H. Deavenport came over from Havre de Grace for a day of sport. After the fourth race A. V. Cummings claimed Leslie from A. Swenke for ,000. M. "Happy" Buxton was a late arrival from Havre de Grace, putting In his first appearance today. When M. Schwartz rode Mountain Rose II. to victory in the last race yesterday he wound up his career as an apprentice. Jos. McLennan has framed a truly excellent program for Saturdays racing and attracted a greater number of good class horses than on the opening days card. The horses of J. K. L. Ross will be moved from Laurel to Havre de Grace Monday. Peter Reilly was a visitor and Harry Orris came over from Xew York for a racing holiday. A. Swenke is converting his plater Irish Dream into a jumper. This horse is such a bad actor that he has been frequently barred from starting and it is hoped that schooling will improve his temper. Jockey X. Burger will leave Baltimore Saturday for Huntington. W. Va., where he will join the stable of his contract employer, W. 1. Bernhardt, which will be shipped from Mobile Saturday. W. R. Midgley is here from Xew Jersey and is looking about for a suitable farm in Baltimore County, where he proposes establishing winter quarters for horses that go into retirement during the cold months. Al Middleman of Xew York, one of the associates of Joseph L. Donahey in the track at Freehold, X. J., was an arrival and during his visit there will be a conference over the plans for the August meeting at the Xew Jersey track. The windstorm of yesterday did some damage at Havre de Grace, but there is nothing that cannot be easily repaired before the opening of the meeting. A part of the roof of the mutuel building was blown off, as well as the train shed. Jack McAuley is on hand and is waiting for L. W. Garth to start his two-year-old by-Sea King — Chilton Queen. The mare during her racing career was a dependable breadwinner for McAuley, who says he will not surrender his rooting interest in her first foal. W. R. Woolatt. president of the "Western Racing Association, which conducts its meet-: lags at Devonshire Park, said that while his track was omitted from the published Canadian I dates, a meeting would surely be held. The dates for this meeting will be from June1 M to July 7. J. W. Healy is back from Tijuana with the horses of H. C. Bostwick that he raced in the far West, as well as Spot Cash that he sent to the pest in the Tijuana Derby for H. P, Whitney. Healy has tahi n up six jumpers that were wintered at Coopers-town and they will be raced at Havre de Grace.

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