Arrivals in Maryland: Number of Horses Reach Bowie for Early Training Eighteen Whitney Horses at Benning, Daily Racing Form, 1924-02-21


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ARRIVALS IN MARYLAND Nuniber of Horses Reach Bowie for Early Training Eighteen Whitney Horses at Benning-. I BALTIMORE, Md.. Feb. 20. The harbinger of spring in these parts is here. He has arrived in the person of owners, trainers and jockeys reporting for active work in preparing the horses for the Maryland racing campaign that begins in April. As tho first meeting of the year in Maryland will be held at Bowie, as has been the custom for several years past, the Prince George Parle is the objective point of turfmen who will sport their colors there. Only recently R. F. Carman moved five of his horses from Laurel to Bowie, as didj Rody Patterson with four head. J. P. Smith is a recent arrival from New, Orleans and has taken charge of the thirteen horses ho will campaign over the Maryland! and New York tracks this year. Donaghee is the star of this aggregation, which in-J dudes Bunga Buck, Henry Dattner, Mary, Dattner, Poe, All Fair, Joseph Brandt, Belle of Detroit and five two-year-olds. Bunga Buck was turned out all winter and is said to be in fine bodily condition. From Washington comes word that tho eighteen horses belonging to IT. P. AVhitncyJ j wintered at Benning under tho care of Fred , Hopkins are ready for early training and will in all probability be seen under colors at Bowie. Jockey F. Coltiletti is expected to report at Benning March 1 and help in pre-1 paring the Whitney string. I I

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