Quality For Bowie Races: Big Eastern Stables to Race Charges Over Track.; Trainer Stotler Planning to Ship Coe and Amory Stars to Southern Maryland Course., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-11


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QWUTY FOR BOWIE RACES * Big Eastern Stables to Race Charges Over Track. « Trainer Stotler Planning to Ship Coe and Amory Stars to Southern Maryland Course. « BOWIE, Md., May 10 —Class with a capital "C" will be in evidence during the Southern Maryland Agricultural Associations spring ; meeting, which opens May 18, as such well known turfmen as W. R. Coe, Moee Lowen-stein, Max Hirsch, Preston Burch and Admiral Cary T. Grayson have applied for j stalls. "Buddy" Stotler, who handles the W. R. | Coe band, will also bring several horses be- 1 longing to Mrs. Charles Minot Amory, who j races under the nom de course of the Sag- : amore Farm. Included in Stotlers care are such good thoroughbreds as Ladysman, I Pomponius, Parity and Pompoleon, a quar- | tet of three-year-olds, who appear above the average. Mose Lowenstein will campaign seven- j teen horses. Among them is the speedy Band Wagon and Hope to Do. Hirsch will ship down a division of the stable he has been prepping in New York. He will be j accompanied by jockey Tex Callahan, who 1 has been riding in excellent form this spring. White Clover II. and Tambour are among the numerous high-class thoroughbreds that Preston Burch of Washington, will campaign. In addition to the above sportsmen, the Whitneys of New York, Victor Emanuel, G. I D. Widener, G. H. Bostwick, P. M. Walker, R. S. Clark, Adolphe Pons, F. A. Griffith, W. W. Vaughan, Ral Parr and Sylvester W. | Labrot have all made reservations. Scores of other stables that had planned to go to New York following the Pimlico I session, have since changed their minds and j will race their horses here. This is due to | the excellent book, which race secretary ! Joseph McLennan will offer. McLennan, who serves at Miami and Arlington Park, as well as at Havre de Grace, has assured horsemen that races to fit their charges will be offered daily, there- fore the men who pay the bills are anxious to campaign where they think they have a chance to at least make expenses. General Manager Joseph B. Boyle has had clubhouse and private box requests from the blue bloods of the East, and is having the interior of the clubhouse remodeled so as to make the patrons of this sector comfortable. The track is in fine shape and horsemen, who have been working their charges over it say that while it is fast, it is still safe. •

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