J. K. L. Ross Promising Jumpers, Daily Racing Form, 1918-04-28


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J. K. L. ROSS PROMISING JUMPERS Baltimore. Md.. April 27. — II. 5. Bedwell. trainer for J. K. L. Boss, has three jumpers stabled at Havre de Orace, and all of them are showing considerable promise. They are Welsh King. Sixty Four and Karlv Light. Bedwell is pointing them for the Creeu Spring Valley Handicap at Pimlico. Sixty Four made his api earaiice iu a race last week, and while he is still a trifle big and high, he performed except ionallv well. Bedwell is entitled to much credit for bringing Sixty Four back to the races. The eight year old son of Migraine, which Howard Lewis developed, fell lame so badly last year that Commander Boss presented him to Bedwell to bo used as a saddle horse. Bedwell returned him to the Canadian sportsman last fall, when he found that Sixty Four would stand, aud he declares the horse that beats him i-i the Creen Spring Valley will get the winners end of the purse. Karlv Light and Welsh King are schooling creditably, but they do not appear to lie as promising as sixtv Four just now. Bedwell has four Irish and Kngiish jumpers which Mr. Boss obtained on tin-other side last summer and fall, but he does not ex|H-.-t a great deal of them this spring. They will require some time for acclimatization. However, he ox poets to have one or two of them ready for next falls renewal of the Manly Memorial.

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