Late Arrivals At Bowie: Number of Popular Old Favorites Among Thoroughbreds Which Came from New Orleans., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-06


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LATE ARRIVALS AT BOWIE Number of Popular Old Favorites Among Thoroughbreds Which Came from New Orleans. BOWIE. Mi, April 5.,— That stout little gelding, Tippity Witchet, winner of the first race of the Howie spring meeting of 1917, which sold for 0,000 in the Fimlico paddock I in the autumn of 1917, and has raced in many parts of the United States and Canada, is in the string of Lionel T. Bauer, which recently arrived at Rowie from New Orleans. Old "Tip" is not the fresh, sprightly horse he was at three, four and five years old. But he won seven races last year and has ccme to his favorite course for the April lacing in pretty god condition. He and Little Ammie constitute the R T. Bauer string. W. Livingston has brought back Biff Bang, one of the Bauer campaigners of last 1 ear and the year before. Selling platers, like poker chips, have no permanent owners. Joseph Bauers best are The Roll Call. Irish Bat and Sun Mart. There are possibilities in The Roll Call, a Laurel Park and Pimlico winner last fall. The Roll Call was a good handicap horse at Jefferson Park and the Pair G rounds. .lohn Parrell, Jr.s breadwinners are Pr. OMara, Lieutenant Parrell, The Gaff, White- j marsh and Aunt Aggie. Whitcmarsh is a I two-year-old by Campfire from Pantasque ; Aunt Aggie, a two-year-old, by Olambala -Cream. G. A. Alexandras best are Sweepstakes. Doughnut and C.alantman. Sweepstakes, a successful sprinter at the Pair Grounds, was a Pebruary acquisition hy the claiming race process from the stable of J. L. Holland. iahmiman has gone hack badly. He was a bleeder when he went to New Orleans. He baa beea lame recently. No horse detraining at Bowie after the New Orleans trip looked better last week than Rama. Rama is a good performer at Bowie. He won the ,000 Prince Georges Handicap last spring. At other tracks he ! runs his best races when the going is heavy. The softly cushioned Bowie course suits him at all time. He will, unless the plans of Charles Coyle miscarry, be a starter in the next Prince tJeorges, which will be run the last day of the Bowie meeting, April 11. With Kama came Admirer and Dermis Kem-hle. Both made good impressions.

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