Bowie Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-04


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1 ! j i ; j . j I I ! j j ; | | BOWIE TURF NOTES F. Rurlew, who is making his initial appearance at Howie, will ship from here to Jamaica at the close of this meeting. T. J. Donohue was one of those seen on the lawn for the opening. J. W". Healey was over for the sport from Washington, and J. V. Schorr was also on hand. William Woollatt. general manager of the Devonshire Pat k track at Windsor, Ont.. was an arrival today in the interest of the coming spring meeting there. Louis Morris, who rode Moon Magic to vie- tory in the opening raee of the day, earned a three days suspension when he was set down by the starter lor disobedience at the post. I afe Block was over from Philadelphia and was only one of many who made the trip from the Quaker City, QoofMO Hickard of Schenectady was in the Block party. Henry Pike appeared on the scene with an overcoat that was the envy of all. He said the screamingly loud material was what was l.ft over from a blanket he bought for an oyster bed. "Uncle Billy" Garth was there to help root for the Cosden starters sent to the post by his son Woods, and Matt Brady had plenty to bring him over from Benning with Reparation starting in the Inaugural.

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