Fields Large at Bowie: Gold Cap Wins in a Close Finish with the Outsider Joy, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-19


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FIELDS LARGE AT BOWIE GOLD CAP WINS IN A CLOSE FINISH WITH THE OUTSIDER JOY. Ethan Allen Defeats The Busybody Through an Energetic Ride — Old-Time Horseman Dies — French-Bred Yearlings on Their Way Over. Baltimore. M 1.. November is. — I*arge fields went to tin- post in the first four races at Bowie today. .Some of them furnished interesting contests in which the winners were first home Iiy small margins. This was especially *o in the second race, in which Gold Cap came from liehind and just managed to Set up to beat the outsider Joy by a head. While the horses were on their way to the post for the fourth race. Itmiice reared up and fell. She rolled under the fence into the infield and. after some little delay, was finally got to the i ost. In the running of the race Itunice showed much speed and led until well into the homestretch, where Kthan Alien passed her. McCahcy had to put up a strong finish on Kthan Allen to get him to last long enough to withstand The Busybodys rush to win by a scant half length. The Busybody closed a big gap after a slow start and at the finish was going last. James McClelland has decided to go into racing mid has purchased the filly Lilly Ornie from X. A. Green. She will lie 1 rained by Kimball Tatter-ton and it is intended to make other purchases. G. It. Brys-u has sold the mare Sackcloth to , William Garth. Irving Wheat croft has sent a consignment of - . horses to be sold at the Lexington sales November 1 -:«. These horses were bred at Mr. Wbeatcrofts English stud. Blue Owl, winner of the first race, was bid up , 00 over her entered price by II. G. Bedwell ami 1 uil bought in by Max Hirsch. I*. J. Mulcabey. an old-time horseman, who raced i a string at Jerome Park and Brighton Beach many years ago. died here yesterday in the Johns Hopkins hospital, of cancer of the stomach. His remains were interred in the Bonnie Brae cemetery. Before coining into racing Mr. Mulcahey was a prominent t horse dealer alM.ut the old Bulls Head in Twenty fourth street. New York city. He is survived by a sou, who is employed on a stock farm near Philadelphia. Homer Selby sailed for En-land yesterday to at-tend ■ the I eceflibor sales. He has been commissioned t- purchase about twenty thoroughbreds, some of f which will be matured horses. These horses will ho wintered at some southern point, with the idea of f getting them ready for the early meetings in Maryland - next spring. P. T. Cliinn received word yesterday from his s agent in Franc- that a consignment of yearlings s •ircliased for Ms account recently will be shipped .J*t America next week. There arc eight in the band, some of which are from the liest bred mares in 11 Fiance. On their arrival in this country these ■ youngsters will l»e sent direct to Charleston. S. C. • to join the division of the Chinn Knglish yearlings s already quartered at the Palmetto Park course. On n account of bis extensive interests in this country. • Mr. Chinn will lie unable to attend in person the c Deccmlter sales in England, but he will be represented " there by J. Butters and William Duke, who will 1 purchase for him sonic or the choice horses on*er ~l. • According to advices received from Tattersalls. m account of the Ze-tpellu raids, the December r sales will last five days instead of the usual thro. ■ There will Is- no evening sales as heretofore. The ?. sales program shows that about 1.000 horses will 11 be offered. __________

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