Latest Turf News from Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-10


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Latest Turf News From Bowie William Shea will ship direct to Xew York. Entries close on Wednesday for the Prince George Handicap. Pat Holmes made his first appearance from New Orleans. Clyde Freeman had his plater Mormon! Elder fired by I r. McCarthy. William Carroll has arrived at Pimiico ; .vith the A. B. Spreckcls racing string. J. B. Campbell will not be along until the end of the month, having rounded out his winter with a fishing trip. At the conclusion of the Bowie meeting I Chester Applegate will ship a division of hi;, stable to Havre de Grace and the others to Jamaica. John I-. Schorr today shipped the big string of Edward B. McLean horses from Bennbag, most of them going to Havre de Grace, while others were sent to Pimlic . John Hynes came in this morning from New Orleans with Brocklesby and the others in his string. Brocklesby has been "add. d to the list" since his last racing appearaiue. i John P. Mayberry mad ■ his first appearance of the meeting this afternoon. May-berry had rather a severe siege of sickness in Xew Orleans, but he is back to good health again. Richard Pending has moved his jumpers Xonus. Shoal. Distant Shore and Mr. Brum-mei to Havre de Grace. Ai the conclusion of thai meeting Pending will go to Thorn-cliffe Park in Canada to take up his duties as track superintendent. Wilkes-Parre was scratched from the fourth race for the reason that Bcobie had been engag. d by James Boden to i ide him and it was not permitted, for the reason that he is a contract rider for the Audley Farm, which started Samley in the same race.

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