Rowe Memorial Handicap: Nine Named for ,500 Added Feature of Saturdays Racing at Bowie Track, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-05


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ROWE MEMORIAL HANDICAP Nine Named for ,500 Added Feature of-Saturdays Eacing at Bowie Track. BOWIE, Md., April 4. Handicapper J. B. Campbell has Good Harvest and Wise Prince at the top in the Rowe Memorial Handicap, to be decided Saturday. This is a dash of six furlongs, to which ,500 is added. It is named in memory of James Rowe, one of the most famous figures of the turf, and whose son succeeded him and trained Twenty Grand for his big accomplishments for Mrs. Payne Whitney. Only nine are named for the impending renewal, but from the nominations an excellent contest is assured. Good Harvest and Wise Prince are required to take up 116 pounds each, and right below them come Mrs. Charles S. Bromleys Brannon, which was raced in Florida, and Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilts Bachelor Dinner, with 115 pounds as their burden. Others in the company are Nautch, Legume, Wise Sister, Jim John and Currants. The following are the weights: Good Harvest, 116; "Wise Prince, 116; Bachelor Dinner, 115; Brannon, 115; Nautch, 110; Legume, 109; Wise Sister, 105; Jim John, 102; Currants, 102.

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