Bowie Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-05


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1 BOWIE TURF NOTES s . H. D. Cox brought his one-horse stable in from Texas. Mrs. Alfred Robertson, wife of C. V. Whitneys contract rider of that name, arrived from Miami. She expects her husband to be on hand next week, at which time a division of the Whitney stable is due to arrive from Lexington, Ky. Brass Monkey is the latest addition to the schooling list. J. Bryson, who is under contract to R. Emmett Potts of Baltimore, who trains the Bomar Stables string, motored over from Havre de Grace to accept mounts. L. L. Chambers was an arrival from Florida with Old Field and Saint. He was accompanied by Joe OMalley, who will ride at 110 pounds. Silvio Coucci, with four winners, is topping the list of winning riders. The training laurels belong to "Buddy" Stotler of Baltimore, who has saddled three winners for Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt. "Whitey" Abel, one of the few owner-trainer-riders now in the racing sport, was an arrival from Florida". He was accompanied by Frank C Madeley. The apprentice allowance was waived on Tuleyries Wand in the third race and Prince Pompey in the sixth Thursday. They carried 113 and 115 pounds, respectively. Tommy Kelly of Baltimore was an arrival from California with S. C. Howards Lou Machado. This two-year-old will next be started when Havre de Grace opens its gates April 25. Elmer Trueman, owner of the mare, Grace Troxler, dam of Wise Prince and Wise Count, reports the arrival of a black filly foal by Bud Lerner at Ral Parrs farm. Grace Troxler will be bred back to Ladkin. H. Elston was an arrival from Texas. He will ride at 110 pounds.

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