Bowie Track Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-04-04


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BOWIE TRACK NOTES ~j BOWIE, Md.. April 3. Mortimer Mahoney was busy at Bowie this afternoon distributing condition books of the Pimlico meeting among the horsemen. "Specs" Crawford is here assisting Bob Smith in whipping into shape the band of steeplechasers that the latter is training for Jefferson Livingston. Max Hirsch is another New Yorker who will be seen at Havre de Grace. K. J. Salt is here with nine horses, the property of C. S. Mitchell and C. N. Lawson. This band of racers were wintered at the Lawson farm, near Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mr. tialt ships from here to Havre de Grace. And at the conclusion of that meeting goes direct to the Woodbine course, Toronto. S. Miller Henderson .and Gwyn Tompkins are busy trainers at Pimlico these mornings, whipping the big bands they have under the* care into shape for the early engagements at the Maryland meetings. Clem McCarthy has been engaged as announcer at all ot the .Maryland meetings. The amplifiers are being installed at both Havre de Grace and Pimlico. At the latter course they are attached to poles on the lawns. Entries t the four stakes to be run at the Havre de Grace meeting close on Saturday. One of these events is for two-year-olds, and the others for three-year-olds and over. Purses of »,0»0 have been added to each event. .lames Healy is due to return from TCng-land next week to take up the horses he has at Bennings. Reports have it that the jumpers in his stable have shown up well in their schooling. Beauregard is said to be a natural fencer, lie is one of the number that be is handling for Miss Peggy Bailey. Ben Holmes, one of the topnotch handicap-pers was an arrival. He motored up from Florida with Joseph Murphy and the pair will get Into action immediately. K. I*. Fitzgerald has a promising maiden in the stable, named Forty Dove, the property of J. H. Shea, the village blacksmith of Brookliue, Mass. Forty Lore was acquired from the Audley Farm Stable last fall. He has never faced the barrier. B, II. Chapman has sent his brood mare Ina K.. the dam of the good l anadian-bred Xealon K.. to the court of Single Foot, which stands at J. E. Griffiths farm, at Mount Washington, Md. .1. P. Smith has a big string here that he is handling for various owners, among the band being a division of the stable of Jim Bean. W, Maher, whose horses are being looked after by Bob Robinson, got in from Miami and wilt remain for the meeting.

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