Reservations for Bowie: Hildreth Asks for Twenty Stalls at Prince George Park Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-12


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RESERVATIONS FOR BOWIE Hildreth Asks for Twenty Stalls at Prince George Park Meeting. Other Strong Eastern Stables Will Be Represented at First Eastern Meeting of 1921 Nineteen Stalls for II. P. Whitney. BALTIMORE, Md., March 11. Samuel C. Hildreth will begin racing earlier this year than usual with the powerful stable of Harry F. Sinclair, which last year earned 3S,S49. He has made twenty stall reservations at Bowie. The Bowie spring meeting will take up the first fortnight of April. Generally Hildreth does not send any horses to the post until the New York racing seascn opens. Hildreth has more than fifty horses in training now at Rancocas Farm and Belmont Park. The Belmont Park contingent is in the charge of David Leary. OTHER EASTERN STABLES. Other eastern stables have made resorptions at Bowie as follows: Harry Payne Whitney, 19 stalls ; Walter J. Salmon and Richard T. Wilson, 20 : Edward F. Whitney, S ; Tatrick Joyce and William Gallagher, 1G ; Richard F. Carman. S ; James Arthur, 20 ; William Burttschell, 20; A. Swcnke, 22. The Wilson and Salmon horses that will race at Bowie will come mostly from Belmont Park, where Thomas J. Healey is giving them their preliminary training. A few, however, are expected from New Orleans. Edward F. Whitneys main division is wintering in Maryland and will be brought over by William Irvine. The stable of Mr. Joyce and Mr. Gallagher the Triple Springs Farm Stable have arrived from Towson, Md., at Irince George Park, and the stable of Richer rd F. Carman has arrived from Silver Springs, Montgomery county. OTHER STALL ASSIGNMENTS. The most considerable stable to come from New Orleans so far is that, of Clyde Freeman. This establishment is fifteen strong. Superintendent Richard Pending has made other stall assignments to John Farrell, Jr., G. W. Forman, James W. Bean, J. E. Griffith, B. Chapman, II. Smith, W. Martin, William Murray, Thomas Doyle, R. I. Miller, Mike Hackett, J. D. Richardson, G. E. Hall, William Baynes, Walter Post, Elmer Truman, William Snyder, Samuel Louis, Frank Garrett, Frank Farrar, William Fcnwick, Joseph Bauer, Peter Reuter, A. Denny, Robert McKeever, William Crawford, T. E. Crist, William High, William Fizer, D. Wilson, W. Strawbridge, Perry Winfrey, James Bo-den, J. Gibson, W. Neihaus, S. N. Holman, William Casey, N. K. Beal, F. T. Miller, Friars Inn Stable, M. Trotter, R. Richards, Joseph Ault, II. Parke, George Peterson, Frank Frisbie, George Milton, C. Houbre, E. Kennedy, Larry Carey, Jack Phillips, Mike Grant, Owen Pons, J. Mesick, George Alexandra, W. Livingston, A. Rold, Al Wilson, Thomas Clyde, Kirkfield Stable, L. Campbell, Joe Tevis, Bernard Hardy, W. Walker," C. Clarke, J. Zoeller, William Kennedy, F. Kearns, E. Sanderson, E. Hubbell, J. Ryan, J. H. Murphy, J. W. Abel, D. Douglas, C. Coyle, William Garth, J. Harker, J. M. Brown, Preston Burch, John Stotler -and G. K. Bryson.

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