Indian Chant a Bid Tip: Made Favorite over Marse Henry at Bowie, but is Unplaced, Daily Racing Form, 1916-11-28


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INDIAN CHANT A BAD TIP MADE FAVORITE OVER MARSE HENRY AT BOWIE, BUT IS UNPLACED. Ultimatum Captures Bcnning Purse, but Is Being Rapidly Overhauled hy Waukeag at End, with Manokin Third. Rowie, Md., November 27. Tim Rivermeade Purse, for three-year-olds and over, at a mile, and tli; Renniug Purse, for two-year-olds, at six and a lialf furlongs, were tin; main races decided at Bowie this afternoon, and in both eases the winner made all the running. Mnrse Henry was first liime in the Rivermeade Purse, which was the more important of the two, and lie appeared the host of the field after Christie and Water Lady were withdrawn. The strong backing Riven Indian Chant, however, caused him to he made the favorite. He ran well for about a half mile and then fell hack and, at the end, was next to last. On the other hand. Marse Henry dashed to the front right after the start and at once raced into a bljj lead and, while he seemed inclined to quit in the stretch, he had enough left to maintain Iiis advantage and win the purse by two lengths, with Brooks taking second-place money from Sandhill by a length. ntimatum, from the stable of Samuel Ross, which had not raced since the Laurel meeting, was returned the winner of the Itenning lurse, for which he was the favorite. He made all the running, but near the end tired badly, so that his margin was hut a length over the fast coming Waukeag. The latter might have been the winner with a more energetic ride on the part of Robinson. The jockey allowed the horse to drop back to last place, where he remained for the first half mile of the race, then sent him after the others, and Waukeag passed them all one by one with the exception of ntimatum, and in the closing strides he was going much faster than the winner. Waukeag secured second money from Manokin by a length. George Odom, acting for T. J. Smith, today disposed of the two-year-old Ed Garrison to Wm. Feuehter at private sale. Jimmy Butwell had the mounts on the first two winners. Tyrant and Ultimatum. He also scored with Sandbar in the fiftli race. I Itimatum, which, spread his foot in his last race at Laurel, had a plate over the sore one. Mrs. K. Arlingtons old plater Republican will be turned out at William L. Olivers Lakewood. N. J., farm at the close of the present meeting. He will he tired nnd .rested through the winter in the hope that ho will come hack to the races a good hOrse next spring. Mrs. Arlington has purchased Senator Casev, the five-year-old maiden brother to Jack Atkin. W. C. Capps today bought the two-year-old Radiant Flower from Sam Louis. He also purchased Ray o Light from Mr. Louis. Mrs. James Arthurs Water Lady was scratched from the Rivermeade Purse this afternoon for the reason that it developed that she was not eligible. The race was for non-winners of four races since October 1, and winners of a race of greater value than 00 in 1015 were also ineligible. Trainer Matt Brady tried out some of the Joseph L Davis yearlings at Kenning this morning and, after the shapely daughter of Chuctanunda Princess Monmouth had covered a quarter of a mile in 23 handily, he at once wired the New York sportsman that it would he advisable to nominate her for some of the big summer stakes. Wilfred Davies, with other Canadians who will establish another race course near Toronto, was a visitor at Howie this afternoon and after looking over the mutuel plant here decided to adopt a similar system for the new Canadian venture. This track will be built on the Davies estate and the men behind it promise that it will be one of the best in Canada, "a thoroughly modern mile course." Mr. Davies is a son of the late Robert Davies and owner of the Thorncliffe Stable. Like his father, he is well wnown on the turf and it is assured that the new track will be a credit to the Canadian circuit. J. W. Pangle has purchased the two-year-old Hail Columbia from Louis Fuestel. This one is a half-brother to the good horse He Will. Itouauza, the plater in the string of M. Shields, that was badly injured in the recent track fire, died as a result of his burns yesterday. The following work-outs over a fast track took place ft Rowie today: Amazon Mile in l:4G7f,. Reaverkill Half mile in 50. Between Us Three-eighths in 37. Dillie Hibbs Three-eighths in 37. P.urhank Half mile in 51. Buzz Around Half mile in ,r2. 1.1 rl tun G. Three-eighths in 3S. Cliftor Girl Seven-eighths in 1:30. Currughaleen Mile in 1:47. Ed Garrison Five-eighths in 1:0."!. Fair Helen Three-quarters in 1:17. Fairy Legend Half mile in r2. Kebo Half mile in 51. Kilday Three-quarters in 1:21. Kilmer Mile in 1:40.. King Rox Half mile in 54. Little Nephew Half mile in 51. Lucius Three-quarters in 1:1S. Lynn Five-eighths in 1:00. Meddling Miss Half mile in 51. Moonlighter Half mile in 51. Pharaoh Seven-eighths in 1:35. Polroma Seven-eighths in 1:32. Primary Three-eighths in 38. Ratlna Three-quarters in 1:19. Tie Pin Half mile in 51. Tom Hancock naif mile in 51. Vernon Three-quarters in 1:20.

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