Bowie Track Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-22


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BOWIE TRACK NOTES BOWIE, Md., Nov. 21. J. E. Collins, at private terms, sold to T. P. Edmons the plater Doctor Hanley. C. J. Casey shipped to New Orleans the public stable he has in his charge. T. J. Donohue will ship a division of his stable to Miami for a winter campaign. J. B. Campbell leaves for New Orleans on Saturday to take over his duties at Jefferson Park. W. A. Woolman will ship Flax, Rocky Ford, Half Pint and Toppanite to Jefferson Park, thence to Miami. Starter James Milton will. leave for Havana at the close of this meeting, to take over his duties as starter at that point. Plough Boy, Roseate II., and Horologe, from the Jcaquin Stable, will be raced at New Orleans, while the remainder will be shipped to Tijuana at the close of this meeting. The yearlings, which were offered for sale at Laurel for the estate of Louis Garth and subsequently withdrawn, have been shipped back to the farm at Charlottesville, Va. Kobert Potee will campaign several of them at Miami during the winter. G. C. Winfrey claimed Van Patrick from II. G. Bedwell following the running of the sixth race yesterday, for ,000. N. L. Byer sold Anticipation to L. O. Lopez at private terms yesterday. Jockeys II. Stutts and S. ODonnell arrived from Kentucky to ride in the Gadsden D. Bryan Memorial Handicap. Jockey B. Breuning was forced to cancel his riding engagements, due to a slight attack of illness. James F. OHara will present a silver cup to the winner of the Gadsden D. Bryan Mc: mortal Handicap, while Mrs. Bryan will present a floral piece to the winner. The Joaquin Stable claimed Wracklane from W. G. Nelson for ,000. ; C. H. Thieriot was an arrival from New York today and will remain for a few days racing.

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