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J. E. DAVIS1 JUMPERS ALMOST READY. May Take a Flyer at Some of the Flat Racers During the Approaching Bowie Meeting. Baltimore, Md.. March 28. Last fall, at 1imlioo and Howie, Malt Brady surprised the tahnt by sending out. in races an the flat, Joseph K. Davis fencers The Decision and Brooks and winning with them at bis odds. Brady baa wintered these two horses ;it Benning and they are in such excellent condition that he is readying tin in up for another no it the flat runners in the Bowie Inaugural, the race the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association has scheduled as the opening day feat are of the two weeks meeting at Prince George Iark that will usher in the Jockey Clubs racing season of 1917. The Decision, a Virginia -bred son of King James — Brooke, a Texas-bred son of Leonid, are sprinters of parts and. like most of the horses that have Wintered at R using track, they are right on edge. They are to resume .jumping at Iinilico a little later on and their flat racing at Bowie will be part of their preparation for uses launlij en-gagemer.ts. 1. -ides these fencing flat runners Mr. Davis has a couple of promising two year-olds preparing for Bowie. They are a filly by Superman -Maid of Promise, bred at Blue Ridge by Henry T. Oxnard. and a colt by Celt Jama, bred by Arthur Hancock at Lllerslie. The filly will be known to lino na Supermnid and the colt will be called Caveman. Bndy believes Bupermald is nearer racing than Caveman. Bhe is a fine chunk of a filly, not unlike bet sire in conformation, and Superman has bequeathed to her some id tie- Whiriwhsd speed that made- him one of the- greatest horses of his time. Bhe will be ready oa the opening nay. Jama, not a bad looker, nrobahiy wUI not start until later in the uniting. These- youngsters will be Mr. Davis start A ff en in the Iinilico Nursery if they continue to train satisfactorily.