Turf Notes from Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-09


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[TURF MOTES FROM BOWIE # 4 BOWIF. Md., April 5!. Consent to withdraw Parmachenee Belle j w:ts granted upon her trainers representation that the man had suffered a hard race on Thursday and might not race well. D. Emery and J. Stevens returned to the saddle after three-day suspensions. P. Manning claimed Trappy, which finished second in the first race, for .501. deorge W. I-A-e and It. A. Johnson were granted training licenses. while Colonel Brooks. ■ 17-year-old colored lad from Up-l**rille. Va.. got a riding license. Frank Nolan, the Philadelphia sportsman, made his first appearance of the season. Fred Head, associated in the management r.f the l»eonshire track, came down from Windsor. Ontario The serious condition of f,uke Tulley, veteran horseman confined to Bellevue Hospital, was reported unchanged. A bulletin posted by secretary Joseph Mc-Jennan notified horsemen that I r. C. X. Finch, the famed thoroughbred surgeon, will be here prepared to practice next week. Dr. Finch has no peer in his treatment of wind-broken horses. Judge Al Wcataa is confined to his local hotel quarters suffering with erysipelas. Harold Goodwin came down from Jamaica after stabling three horses which he campaigned at Xew Orleans. S. X. Holman will ship his string of eight to Louisville at the conclusion of this meeting. Peter n.illv returned to the owners ranks by claiming Groan Word from Clarence Buxton for ,2.",o. J. Johnson, former trainer for James Butler, will train Trappy for P. Manning. Apprentice i: lewell left for Belmont Park upon receipt of orders to report to trainer Howard ot of the Hamilton Farms. ♦

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