Sweeps Selections at Bowie, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-13


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« . 1 • ! Sweeps Selections At BoWie *, , $ One Best Bet — MARINER — in the Third Race. A good card of races has been arranged for the final day of the Bowie meeting. The Kindergarten Stakes, with ,000 added, for two-year-olds at a half mile is the feature and ten good youngsters have been named overnight. The Creentree pair. Skavar and Prate, are the high weights under imposts of 113 i ounds each. The Aspirant Purse for three-year-olds and the Finale Handicap, for three-year-olds and over offer strong support to the Kindergarten Stakes and the best racing if the meeting should result with the track in improved condition. MGHT MAIMH— THE SEER— WILD ASTER. NIGHT MARCH is given the preference in this puzzling field. Although far back in his only local start, the track was against him and he was in need of a race. He was fast enough to defeat THE SEER at Miami and gave that campaigner two pounds, while tomorrow he receives two from the son of Prime Pal. NIGHT MARCH has displayed plenty of speed in his morning trials and may surprise. THE SEER raced well back of WILD ASTER last out in going that he did not favor and should be well up all the way. He is a good weight carrier and is more consistent than most of his opponents. WILD ASTER was carried wide at the stretch turn in his last race and had no chance in the final drive. He is asked to carry 122 pounds, however, and the faster track will not favor him. CAXDYMAKER— FRANCES VICTORIA —MOLLY LOCKET. CAXDTMAKER drops thirteen pounds from his second to Tillie last Saturday and should be hard to beat here. Although he has done little racing at the longer distances, it is thought that he has enough stamina to lead this band of platers home. FRANCES VICTORIA has been hampered by the soft footing in both of her local starts, but she is in light and a race to the effort she showed back of Duckling last week should find her in the money. MOLLY LOCKET raced well back of Donetta Monday and was fairly consistent in most of her races at the Florida tracks. MARINER— SHIP— PORTO BELLO GOLD. MARINER, which defeated a good field last out, picks up but two pounds over that effort and should repeat. The son of Trap Rock ran against the best of the juveniles last year and should have little trouble with this opposition. With an even break in racing fortune, he appears to be the outstanding wager of the day. SHUP has finished in the picture in both of his local races and should maintain that record tomorrow. He is a fast starter and should not be bothered by the impost of 110 pounds. PORTO BELLO GOLD, one of the string that F. J. Kearns has in such fine condition, will favor this distance more than the shorter route of his last out and should prove a strong contender. He ran some good races at the Miami course and track conditions make little difference in his speed. LE 1 1 Y— S K A V A R— T I T T I R. LENNY, undefeated in two races at Jefferson Park, seems to have the edge on this field. The Internationa! Stable filly is a good bre.iki r from the barrier and figures to stay in front throughout. Although she has not trained publicly since her arrival in Maryland, trainer Robertson claims that she is in fine fettle. This filly defeated Cartago at New Orleans and the latter led SKAVAR home, so the comparison favors the daughter of Spanish Prince II. SKAVAR has gone well in both of his local races and should be close up. He has PRATE as a running mate and the latter is a colt of quality. TITTER ran away from her opponents in her only start and must be conceded a ginxl chance. STIRRUP CUP— E HI FORD— POLANTE. STIRRUP CUP. ran a fine race to finish second to Gaffsman in the Prince Georges Handicap. Saturday, and he has only to repeat that race to be returned the winner here. He is taking up nine pounds here, but is in with a much inferior field and the added poundage should not hamper him to any appreciable extent. EBUFORD. is rounding to winning form and is the one most to be feared. He raced w« 11 in smart company last out and is sure to improve over that effort. POLANTE, has nit been seen under colors since the closing of Tijuana, but that he is fit is attested by his recent woiks which have been excellent. HEDGEFENCE— RESOIRCEFU sV-GOLDEN RULE. HEDGEFENCE. appears to be in the right spot in the sixth race, over the mile and a sixteenth distance. In his last race he carried 119 pounds and finished third to Grand Bey after breaking slowly. He is dropping three pounds here and has less to beat. RESOURCEFUL, is making her first start since the Jefferson Park meeting, but she was fit when shipped and has been working in a manner to suggest that she is ready for the question. GOLDEN RULE should display marked improvement with a return to fast track conditions. He was hampered by the soft footing in his two starts at this track, but should finish in the money tomorrow. WOOLWORTH— CHICK VALE— BESSIE GERSHEL. WOOLWORTH has shown little speed in his races at this track, but he has not be. n running at his best distance and it is thought that he will display marked improvement today. This son of Everest was fast enough to beat Delhi Boy and Devastation at Empire City last year, and is a good weight carrier. CIIICKVALE is the most consistent of this poor band, and although he seldom wins, he generally finishes in the money. He is fit and ready and should not be worse than second here. BESSIE GERSHEL followed her cantering victory of last week with a second to SUN RAJAH yesterday. She will be hard to overtake if she is away with the first flight.

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