Leading Stables For Bowie: Kilmer, Labrot, Parr and Vaughan Planning Campaigns.; Kilmer Horses Well Engaged in Stakes at Southern Maryland Track--Much Interest Displayed., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-10


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LEADING STABLES FOR BOWIE ♦ Kilmer, Labrot, Parr and Vaughan Planning Campaigns. $ Kilmer Horses Well Engaged in Stakes at Southern Maryland Track — Much Interest Displayed. BOWIE, Md., May 9.— Willis Sharpe Kilmer, proud owner of Sun Beau, worlds largest money-winning thoroughbred, intends to send a division of his gigantic stable here for the spring meeting, which opens May 18. Trainer Bennet Creech used the Kilmer horses sparingly this spring, therefore they should be at their best during the approaching meeting. They will be piloted by Bobby Jones, Americas highest priced race rider. Every one of the Kilmerites has been well engaged in the various stakes to be run here. The New York and Virginia sportsman is particularly pleased with the condition of Dark Winter and Sun Apollo, a pair of three-year-olds, and is confident they will earn their way during the approaching session. William Irvine of Baltimore, Marylands leading winning trainer last year, who finished eighth among Americas list of winning trainers, is bringing the entire string of Sylvester W. Labrot of Annapolis on for the racing at this course. Heading the Labrot band is Tred Avon, rated as the best mare racing in America last year. Irvine has a number of good two-year-olds in his care and has confided to his friends that he is confident of heading the list of winning trainers at this meeting. Ral Parr, popular Baltimore sportsman, is sending several horses here. Parrs colors have been seen on state tracks for years, and he wouldnt consider any season successful unless his horses made a round of this states mile tracks. Often he ships a division of his stable to the states quartet of half mile tracks in an effort to boost the sport, which has been pleasing Mary-landers for close to 200 years. W. W. Vaughan, prominent breeder and owner of Red Bank, N. J., is shipping a smart stable in charge of the veteran Dan Morris. The Vaughan horses wintered at historic old Bennings, near Washington. Heading the stable is the speedy mare Canron. Never in the history of racing at this course has there been so much interest displayed than is in evidence over the forthcoming meeting. This is due to the fact that the fans will get a chance to see the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont winners race and thus be in a position to judge which three-year-old is the rightful holder of the years championship.

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