Turf Notes from Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-12


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* TURF NOTES FROM BOWIE f $ ยป BOWIE. Md., April 11. The following notice was ordered posted : "The stewards have ruled that until further notice in purse races and overnight handicaps, when two or more horses are coupled, all but one of them may be scratched out up to forty-five minutes before post time free of charge." Kim Patterson shipped C. A. Mills Mill-wick and a division of the string owned by J. P. McGovern to Havre de Grace on Sunday. The combined strings of R. E. Watkins and C. A. Coyle, in charge of Arthur Gaignard, arrived at Havre de Grace after a safe trip from Jefferson Park. Trainer Wm. Irvine shipped seven of the Edward F. Whitney string from Pimlico to Havre de Grace. The veteran Ed Moore will ship bis string to Beulah Park at the conclusion of this meeting. Carter Nichols, after a winter spent at Washington, started another racing season, which will be generally spent on metropolitan lawns. Assistant starter Bob Friend will be on hand at the Havre de Grace schooling barrier commencing Tuesday. For the first time during the past month the Pimlico track was in such a frozen condition that no attempt was made to gallop horses over it until 10 :i0 a. in. The fruits of apprentice Workmans recent vacation were illustrated by his inability to ride at less than 112 pounds through the day. Trainer John Schorr arrived at Pimlico from Bennings with a division of the E. B. McLean string, while "Bud" Stotler left there for Havre t.e Grace with a division of the Sagamore Stables string. Trainer Bringloe also went with a band of the Seagram Stables candidates.

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