Summer Weather At Bowie: Brings Out Good Size Crowd for Second Days Racing.;Progeny of Sweep Win First Two Races--Wishbone Breaks a Track Record., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-05


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SUMMER WEATHER AT BOWIE Brings Out Good Size Crowd for Second Days Racing Progeny of Sweep Win First Two TwoRaces Races Wishbone Breaks Breaksa a Track Record BOWIE Md April 4 Another summer day wns provided for the sport at Prince George Park this afternoon and n good sized Monday crowd turned out to witness the second days racing racingJ J Jt Skinkers Tantalus ridden by jockey Ponce won the Terminal Purse casing up at the end with Pastoral Swain and Escarpolette close to the leader at the finish Tantalus was hard held for the first half mile but went to the leaders witli a rush while approaching the far turn raced Pas ¬ toral Swain tiie favorite into defeat and drew away This was Ponces first winner since his fall at New Orleans last winter and curiously Escarpo ¬ lette tiie mare which brought about his injury was in the contest with him today todayThe The progeny of Sweep accounted for the first two races on the card Wishbone a bay rushed into a quick lead and led throughout in the open ¬ ing dash for maiden twoyearold fillies and won from Yankee Maid and Chaste Star Wishbone broke the track record clipping one fifth of a second off the mark made by Fannie Meehan as a twoyearold with 112 pounds up The new record holder carried 114 pounds She ran in the colors of P T Cliinn with Arthur Johnson astride Sammy astrideSammy Kelly a fiveyearold by Sweep Absent Friend took the second race which brought out a bulky field and was over the six and a half fur ¬ longs route General Agramonte and Amackassiii finished second and third thirdH H P Whitneys Wellfinder highly regarded as a twoyearold earned brackets in competition with a good band of threeyearold maidens in the third race at threequarters The gelded son of Broomstick Wonder had been to the post but once previously on which occasion he finished third to Leonardo II at Saratoga He displayed an ugly temper at the barrier but began well and scored easily Baywood and Gurgling Water were closest in attendance at the end Wellfinder shows but little bodily development since his juvenile year Public yearPublic judgment rather unreliable as a whole throughout the afternoon went far astride In the fourth contest The Sunnyland Stables Ultra Gold went to the post an oddson fayorite but after showig a short burst of speed fell back and was badly beaten The winner of this six and a half furlongs race turned up in James Arthurs Saga ¬ more Smart Guy and Lads Love finished in the two other pay stations The twodollar tickets on Sagamore returned 32GO and a 2890 dividend was paid to those who held slips on Smart Guy for place placeCalamity Calamity Jane intended as a running mate for II P Whitneys Yankee Maid in the opening dash was scratched to reduce the field to the limit necessary at the half mile post where the race started Yankee Maid by the way went out in the entries and appeared on the program as Yankee Miss but the registry is Yankee Maid MaidThe The Delhi mare Felicitation foaled a bay colt by Trap Rock at Benning this morning The mare is the property of Admiral Cary T Grayson GraysonMORE MORE HORSES ARRIVE TROM CUBA CUBASeven Seven cars of horses arrived at Havre de Grace Saturday from Cuba Included in the shipment were the stables of II J Kennedy Tom Hodge Tom Doyle F Delbarrio F Herold C L Maekey and A F Dayton The owners of those strings put in their appearances at Bowie today todayThe The Pelican Stable will be divided following the Ilavro de Grace meeting one section going to Can ¬ ada under the care of Walter Hichey and the other division to New York in charge of J G Wagoner Mr Hichey has served as assistant trainer of the Pelican Stable since its organization about a year ago The string at present is made up mostly of twoyearolds They are well schooled well bred and on appearances should make a name for the stable next summer summerL L Penman the young rider whose work in Cuba last winter attracted the attention of lames Howe and brought about the purchase of his contract from W Oliver by the trainer of the H P Whit ¬ ney horses appeared with tht colors tip today Penman has ridden more than forty winners so is not entitled to the apprentice allowance in this territory but will enjoy it during his forays into Kentucky or Canada during the summer summerL L Waterbury has reserved first call on the serv ¬ ices of jockey Arthur Collins and will use him beginning with the Havre de Grace meeting Iii the meanwhile Collins will ride free lance here His mounts are being made by Tommy Carroll un ¬ der whose direction he did iiis best riding two years ago agoII II J Kennedy also brought nlon the color bearers of the Goldapple Stable which IncllldeH Sweep Clean winner of the Grand Prize of Cuba CubaT T K Edwards is an arrival from his home in Toronto TorontoWilliam William Keating is on the scene again after dedi ¬ cating a winter in California to the improvement of his health healthClarence Clarence Turner is at Havre de Grace assisting Eugene Wayland in the preparation of W J Sal ¬ mons horses Wayland has first call on Turner for the Havre de Grace meeting after which he will report to trainer Welsh of the J E Widener barn Eugene Lutz reached town today from Cincinnati and brought his family Mr Lutz is still going about on crutches as a result of a bone broken in his foot last fall at Laurel LaurelC C Hagcn is among the contingent from New Orleans OrleansW W H Rowe the Shreveport oil man and thor ¬ oughbred horse owner is taking In the racing

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