Bowie Special Arrives: Nine Cars from Maryland Track, Carrying 125 Horses, Reach New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-04


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BOWIE SPECIAL ARRIVES Nine Cars From Maryland Track, Carrying 125 Horses, Reach New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. 3. The special horse train of nine cars from Bowie arrived late Tuesday night, but the horses were not unloaded until Wednesday morning. Tho. shipment comprised approximately 125 horses. Among the stables represented in the shipment were those of J. W. Bean, W. A. Burtt-nchell, Jos. Bauer, James Strube, J. M. Collins, G. C. Winfrey, J. A. Jacobus, Bert Williams, E. K. Bryson, A. Swenke, B. B. Harding and D. Barzclay. The J. W. Bean establishment was headed by the good handicap horse, Donaghee. The Swenke string was the most extensive one of the special and included Peter Piper, Red Wingfield, Belphrizonia, Rock Bottom, Lester Doctor, Vulnad, Elemental, Al Boyd, Ebony Belle, Clique and some yearlings. Among the horses that G. C. Winfrey brought were Top Sergeant, Insulate and Jedburgh Abbey. D. B. Harding brought Leatherwood and Sandrae.

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