Bowie Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-12


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| BOWIE TURF NOTES | J. P. Walsh, who races Chief Curry, was an arrival from Chicago. T. J. Healey arrived from Belmont Park and will return to New York on Saturday evening. J. C. Fletcher, the Canadian breeder and owner, arrived from his home in Toronto for a few days racing. Dr. McCarthy will sell the two-year-old Barney Google and Fredericktown at public-auction in the paddock tomorrow. T. J. Healey. acting for R. T. Wilson, disposed of the two-year-olds Duckling and Crinkey to James Arthur and the plater. Ducks and Drakes to John Farrell, Jr. The sales were at private terms. Woods Garth received permission to scratch Dunlin from the Dome Handicap, to be run tomorrow. He said that the celt was not ready to race, but agreed to race Good Times. W. IT. Moore, president of the Thorncliffe Park Breeders Association and F. S. Livingston, secretary of the same organization, accompanied by Richard Jacques, a Toronto business man. were guests of Manager James F. OHara this afternoon. James F. OHara received a message from G. D. Bryan Jr.. who was stricken with paralysis at Mobile, that he would arrive home on Faster Sunday morning, fully recovered. Many friends of the genial man- ! ager at Jefferson Park were more than ; phased with the news. It was fitting that T. J. Healey should be on hand when Richard T. Wilsons Night Shade was winner. The first trainer for Richard T. Wilson and Walter J. Salmon eame over from Havre de Grace for a day of sport and he at least began the day well. He reported that the horses were doing well • at the other Maryland tracks.

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