New Arrivals At The Bowie Track: J. Mayberry, T. Shannon, G. E. Hall and J. H. Stotler Bring Their Horses to Harford Track., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-24


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NEW ARRIVALS AT THE BOWIE TRACK J Mayberry T Shannon G E Hall and J H Stotler Bring Their Horses to Harford Track BALTIMORE Mil March 23 New arrivals this week at Bowie track in Prince George County Maryland where the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association will inaugurate the eastern racing sea ¬ son on April 1 are John Mayberry Thomas Shannon G Ernest Hall and J H Stotler The best looking twoyearold at Bowie is Mr Halls Franc Tireur a strapping chestnut by Free Ltuue Latifa she a daughter of Hamburg and the celebrated York ville Belle Free Lance the sire of this youngster was killed in a stallion fight at George J Longs Bashford Manor Stud a few yea is back Already he has several winners one of which Wyndover won at Bowie last fall But there is nothing of Free Lance about this colt Franc Tireur The ypunsster is a perfecLjlataliurg In ph slque nau iiers and action and he looks like a runner Hall bought him from Harry Rites Franc Tireuc will be ready for the races the second week of tlie meeting Sunny Hill a son of Lemborg and Leisure and halfbrother of Holiday and Royal Tourist will bo Halls breadwinner at Bowie He is ready for the BowieStotler bugle now Hall is patrol judge at Bowie Stotler who wintered at the Gentlemens Driving Park trains the stable of G W J Bissell a stove and hardware magnate of Pittsburgh lie lias taken lo Bowie Yalspar Sibola Sister Emblem Napoli and Notisco all seasoned campaigners and all ready Stotler told superintendent Richard Pending yes ¬ terday that training conditions had been so favorable at the driving park he had not missed a day in the open all winter Valspar which developed some talent for longdistance running at Pimlico and Bowie last fall is the best of the Bissell string Sibola and Sister Emblem are better at sprinting sprintingT T W OBRIENS STABLE ARRIVES ARRIVESShannon Shannon came up from New Orleans with the stable of Thomas W OBrienr the Chicago turfman Shannon has some horses but he thinks more of Ills young rider John Stapleton of Richmond Hill Long Island than h does of any of his horses Stapleton Shannon declares is the most promising jockey he lias seen in many years which is some ¬ thing of a statement for the developer of Clarence Turner and young Ensor to make It is Shannons prediction that Stapleton will make good right off For OBrien Shannon has brought to Bowie Plum ¬ met a chestnut filly two years old and a winner Plureen a chestnut filly three years old and a vin ner of one race in one start both daughters of Pluvious and sisters Also lie has Risponde which is still good for an occasional race For Philip A Clark the owner of Dunboyne he has brought the foreignbred twoyearold Canvasback alid for Frank Capra Kerry Lass a twoyearold by Heno Kilcrea My Ada a twoyearold by Zeus Lida V and BoherNaBreena a twoyearold by lldrim Lillie Hoy Shannon has no horses belonging to Ed ¬ ward Soule for Bowie racing The halter folk took Pullux away from him last year and he has Paddy Whack turned out at Jamaica in charge of Preston M Burcli Kerry Lass was bred by William Wood ¬ ward at Belair Farm in Prince George County Maryland MarylandThe The Mayberry band are made up of part of the stable of James Arthur Arthur having arrived ahead of him with the big division of the string Mayberry has Charlie Leydecker which occasionally is a good horse but generally is unreliable because of his unsoundness lingheera a fast but not too sound son of Tracery and Glass Jug Little Maudie and Kingling II Bagheera which waKrlntended for big things is Mayberry avers training better this year than he did at any time last year May berry is not without hope of getting him to the post at Bowie in condition to win one of the best races run there

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