Bowie Meeting Begins Tomorrow: Three Hundred Horses Are on the Grounds Ready for Racing at Prince Georges Park., Daily Racing Form, 1918-11-13


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BOWIE MEETING BEGINS TOMORROW Three Hundred Horses Arc on the Grounds Seady for Bacing at Prince Georges Park Baltimore 311 November 12 Three hundred of the thoroughbreds that will take part in the coming fall meeting of tlie Southern Maryland Agricultural Association have already assembled at Prince Georges Park ThCMs horses for the most part have arrived at the Bowie course from Laurel Park where they have rested since the windup of the October meeting of the Maryland State Fair They diil not go to Piuilico track because there was no stabling for them The congestion of horses in Maryland this fall is greater than it ever was be ¬ fore Two of the stables that have arrived at Bowie are those of George Wingfield of Nevada and the Woodland Stock Farm the former under the man ¬ agement of Early Wright the latter under the management of Robert A Smith Tombolo is Wingfields star and Slippery Elm is the best breadwinner of the Woodland Farms stable Tom ¬ bolo needed a rest after a strenuous campaign at Havre tie Grace and Laurel He appeared to bo going stale in his last few races at Laurel Park ParkRobert Robert Smith is sure that Bowie going will suit Slippery Elm which was about as good a horse as could be found in Maryland while the horses were racing at Havre de Grace GraceSmith Smith has some other horses notably Piedra but Slippery Elm is his best He will take ona of the most promising of the younger jockeys to Bowie track in little Stalker a lad he got from William Smith and Frank Farrar for 300 300James James Boden will ship the Triple Springs Farms stable the star member of which is Pen Rose to Bowie tomorrow Boden will try Pen Rose over a longer distance of ground at Bowie than the gob3 filly has as yet been asked to go Subahdar is the best horse of more mature years in the Boden string iJnd he is at his best bestThomas Thomas P Tliornes best horse for the Bowie meeting will be LErrant This Frenchbred son of Magellan is fast coming into his own Mr Thome intended when he started for Pimlico from New York to put LErrant by after the finish of the Maryland Jockey Clubs meeting but he believes that LErrant needs more racing for his proper de ¬ velopment and has decided to avail himself of the opportunity to give the horse two or three more races which the Bowie meeting will offer offerCnyt Cnyt Rsl Parr stable rJlL beSaced at Bowie also as will the horses of Robert Walden and A IT Morris Mrs Walter M Jeffords and C Garri ¬ son In the Parr string will be Esquimau Bay berry Candle and several others while Ticklish Translate and Quietude will carry the Walden silks Mike Daly will have Dr Johnson Routledge and The Dean to renresent the Jeffords establishment

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