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TRAINING GALLOPS SCARCE Mud and Cold Keep Horses in Their Stalls at Louisville Brookliolt Black Hackle Donna Donnacona cona and On Watch Among the theFew Few Exercised Yesterday ToriSVlLIK Ky April 13 With the tempera ¬ ture below the freezing marl and muddy going prevailing both the Churchill Downs and Douglas Park tracks presented a deserted appearance this morning compared with other days recently Only tliosc horses which absolutely needed workouts w re seen in action Most of tin trainers waited ihtil the morning was fairly well advanced before bringing their charges out outDonnacona Donnacona and On Watch were the only promi ¬ nent Kentucky Derby candidates out and they were icli sent a half mile The former ran in iVr and the latter in 2Y 2YTrainer Trainer Snapper Garrison had Brookholt and Black Hackle two of the Moufort lones Derby ligiblos out ami they were given easy gallops of svonoightlis of a mile each eachSimpleton Simpleton ran threeeighths in 311 as a preliminary to a hard workout tomorrow At Douglas Park Patches was given a workout of one mile in 1 and galloped out an additional eighth in 20 20The The Harry 1ayne Whitney racers including Dmask got away on schedule time for Lexington this morning Mose Goldblatt their trainer and jockey i Ambrose left soon afterward by motor ri11 Walters will ship Goldblfitts own horses to J exington Thursday ThursdayII II Xensteter was an arrival this morning from New Orleans His five horses were sent direct to Lexington nd he will go there in a day or so soW W II Schaefer sot in from Tijuana where he raced a fair sized stalde all winter lie brought back only one horse Col Uockinghorse UockinghorseTrainer Trainer I ouis Tauber today received a dispatch from 1 W Schorr instructing him to reserve two stalls for S A Clopton as that owner has de iiled to send Inllet Proof here to run in the Kentucky Derby Derbylockev lockev Newton Barrett who is exercising horses for the G W Loft stable will be taken east by trainer Max Ilirsch this spring Ill will give tiie Loft establishment two riders jockey 1 Pierce In ing the other otherCOE COE AND FRIENDS TO SEE THE DERBY DERBYClubhouse Clubhouse reservations were made today by W It Ioe in a communication to Matt 1 Winn for Derby Day Mr Coo stated that he will bring a party of friends to witness tin race and he hopes to have representation in it itFor For the first time in a little more than a year Uecre 1 Long missed visiting Churchill Downs this morning lie was called to New York on a business trip and left last night Despite ill health and slight feebleness Mr Long braved the coldest Hid most severe days during the winter months to o to the Downs eat breakfast in the stable kitchen and watch his horses go through their daily cxor losering dam of Ivister Flower Dan Iohans shland Kentucky and Latonia Oaks candidate candidatewas was i ed with BoavorkUl yesterday while lois loisleress leress dam of some fast horses including Daddy Holbcrt and Pelle of Klizabethtown was bred to Dodge today This was Beavorkills first stud service and Miller Henderson said that he will srrvo only a few mares Poth he and Dodge are in training at Churchill Downs DownsThe The outlaw railroad strike has not bothered this section of the country thus far and the horsemen are experiencing no trouble in shipping their thor onghbreds to Lexington Some relief has been af ¬ forded from the horse car shortage also as most of the express cars used by the owners shipping from the winter track are now being pressed into service between here and Lexington None of the railroads will accept any race horse shipments for points bevond Cincinnati however howeverAssistant Assistant starter Will Hamilton returned last night from Hot Springs Ark where he was called bv the illness of bis wife and resumed schooling the twovearolds at Douglas Park this morning This task was conducted at both tracks under try ¬ ing conditions due to the mud and cold weather bill as two days this week had been lost further postponement was deemed inadvisable Lexington Given Rain, Snow And Ice: Still a Few Horses Are Sent Out for Slow Gallops, Including Golden Broom. LEXINGTON GIVEN RAIN SNOW AND ICE Still a Tew Horses Are Sent Out for Slow Gallops Including Golden Broom I KKIXGTOX Ky April 13 Such weather as vi had last night and this morning is calculated to put crimps into horses as well as men 17arly in Jhe night it rained then there was snow and when morning came the earth was covered with a skim of ice then shortly after daylight there was an ¬ other snow flurry Accordingly the few horses that took their exercise over the Kentucky Jockey Club course hail muddy footing and were compelled to allon on the extreme outside for superintend iif John Keegan had up double dogs This aft ¬ ernoon it is still iuite chilly but the rain is over and the track is drying out outThe The Jeffords Derby quartet fjolden Itroom Hood ¬ wink Khinoiil and Substitute were out The lirst iiiunvd galloped alone with Knsor up seveneighths In lfi slowly and easily Hoodwink and Kinnonl moved the distance at the same pace but together Substitute galloped threequarters in 131 131T T 1 Pendergasts Derby eligible Warlike gal ¬ loped a mile in 1 II P Hcadleys Lord Hamil ¬ ton a half in 103 103Other Other moves were Wadsworths Last seven eighths in 130 Sands of Pleasure seveneighths ill 110 J SJone threequarters in 1J1 Chocho half in oJ Koutledge half in rJ and Keretisky seveneighths in 147 At threequarters Stevenson in 1 4 Krnest 15 in 124 Orenzo in 113 Viva America mid Paris Maid in 1L4 llcil uiou in 12J Jind Job Tlmycr in 128 Race For The Lincolnshire Handicap: All the Favorites Beaten in England's First Big Flat Race of the Year. RACE FOR THE LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP All the Favorites Beaten in Englands First Big Flat Race of the Year As has frequently been the case before the Lincolnshire Handicap of this year fell to an out ¬ sider in the belting and most of the big sums in ¬ vested in the choices in the future books remained in the possession of the layers The race was con ¬ tested by the big field of twentynine starters over a heavy track I ndon Sportsmans account of tlie race and its summary being as follows followsThe The feature of the betting at last was the firm ¬ ness of Bruff Bridge and the apathy with which Sir Berkeley and Monteith were regarded by the public who seemed bent on searching among the middle division for the winner The parade over the band cantered down to the post and Mr Wil loughby had no enviable task as the twentynine runners gave him a lot of trouble before he sent them away to a ragged and jostling start As far as could be seen Furious was one of the quickest to begin and Scatwell Monteith Sir Berkeley and Bruff Bridge all well packed but the lastnamed like Sir Berkeley showed signs of having had enough of it a quarter of a mile from home and Monteith was beaten below the distance when Scat well put in a gallant effort but could make no impression on Furious which came on with surpris ¬ ing dash in score easily by three lengths and thus blossomed from a first class hurdle racer into a Lincolnshire Handicap winner The connections of the stable were good winners and Mr Hatry who is comparatively a newcomer to the turf made a good bargain when he bought Furore Furia and Furious out of Mr Tabors stable Xo doubt Scat well would have been belter served by firmer going and it was unlucky to beat all the others while finding one too many for himself Monteith ap ¬ peared to b beaten without any extenuating cir ¬ cumstances but Sir Perkeley is a dead wrong mi as he was running well until Donoghuo asked him for a little extra effort when hi cut it and would have done anything rather than race raceTHE THE LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP NET VALUE 7010 7010Straight Straight Mile Mr C Hatrys b or br c Furious by Farla FarlaMor Mor Uapptt 4 101 rTT Uobltins 1 Lord Glaneloys ch h Scatwell by Marcovil Cheshire Cat 127 Whalley 1 1Mr Mr U Thorburns ch c Monteith by Santoi Bcnanet 4 101 Brennan Maj McCalmonts ch h Uoideur by Uoi Herode Fruitful r 1PI Carslake Iady Torringtons blk or br h Uich Gift by bySaxham Saxham Borne i lit Fox Mr U S Sieviers b g Uoyal Bucks by Buck ¬ wheat Teofani 7 lit lameson Mr J Whites b h Sir Berkeley by Sunstar La Uoche 112 Donoghue Mr W Parrishs ch g Colden Fleece by The TheKrft Krft Golden Quid 110 F Slade Sir tJ Xobles b c Bruff Bridge by Bridge Bridgeof of Karn dam by Lesterlin Cairngorm 4 111 Lane Mr A de Uothschilds ch c Violoncello by byValens Valens Catgut 4 1011 C llulnie Mr F Willeys ch c Knight of Blyth by byFeather Feather Ped Accurate 4 110 F Bullock Maj K Claytons br c Paragua by Aquasciitnm Crania 4 105 W Balding Mr C Garlands br c Milton by Marcovil Misfit 4 101 1 dson Lord Derbys b c Danegelt bv Valens Money MoneyDown Down 4 102 T Woston Mrs S Whitburns b c Dromio by Bachelors BachelorsDouble Double Clara Desmond 4 101 C Martin Mr T McAlpines b g Home Fire by Camp File FileII II Pacioncia 4 105 Carnett Mr I Vernons br h Birds Xest by Ambition dam by Ocean Wave Uondoletia 7 SSpck Sir W Xelsons b h Patlander by Sundridge Aurina i OS Mortimer Mr A Bartons b c Uoi Hero by Uoi Ilerode She 4 7 Crickmere Sir U Jjrdines ch c Flower Bed by Feather FeatherPed Ped May Lily 4 Balding rapt G Davys br h Athletic by Henry the theFirst First 1adas Maid 7 l T Morgan Lady CunliffoOwons ch f Ample by William WilliamUnfits Unfits Aniphlett 4 IO 1 Leach Mr J Mcl oans b h Thennogonc by Polymelus Kmotion 88 1 McGuigan Mr S Bastards b g Wilkin by Adam Bode Varavil 4 S7 Plant Mr U Cohens br g Sanitarium by Santry Saints Mead ti 87 1C Uobertson Mrs U A Fields b c Cylgar by Cylgad Kddystone 4 1 Wragg Mr 1 A de Uothschilds br c Piwa by Beppo Varoumi 4 84 Smyth Mr W Ilornsby Putnams b f Stoique by Slornowny Xotique 4 S4 Wheatley Mr J limes br in Lady Craigie by Holiday HolidayHouse House Cramno Witch ti 84 1 Klliott Started at 313 Winner trained by Woodland Woodlandat at Alfristou and bred by Capt J II Creer CreerSTARTING STARTING PRICES lo 1 Bruff Bridge 2S to 1 Dromio 71 1 Sir Berkeley 28 lo 1 Colden Fleece 7 I 1 Violoncello to 1 Birds Nest t 1 Montieth i to 1 Sanitarium 100 t i Danegelt to 1 Milton 10 t I Scatwell ScatwellIO i to 1 Furious IO t 1 Paragua 40 to 1 Uoideur 20 t 1 Uoyal Bucks BucksIT TO to 1 Flower Ped IT t 1 Cylgar CO fo 1 Knight of Plyth 2r t 1 A in pie pieIT to 1 Thermogene IT t 1 Home Eire 100 to 1 bar ll offered Not A Strictly Fashionable View NOT A STRICTLY FASHIONABLE VIEW The Kngllsh Jockey Club long ago disassociated itself from the betting side of racing which causes the Winning Post to remark We have never been quite able to understand the mentality o The Jockey Club in regard to the betting question because it is utterly inconsistent with the policy which existed in the last century when they did not think H Infra dig to adjudicate on betting dis ¬ putes even of a minor character The Jockey Club knows perfectly well that racing would soon be as dead us the dodo If it were not for the gambling instinct which creates the universal public interest in sport Hundreds of thousands of those who find the sinews of war which indubitably keep the turf alive do not care two straws for the subtleties of thoroughbred breeding Some of them hardly know a horse from a cow so to speak It Is the same pverywliwe Sun Briar And Royal Quest's Filly SUN BRIAR AND ROYAL QUESTS FILLY At a time when British buyers were napping the shortlived American firm of Corrigan McKinney acquired ownership of a sister f the famous racer and now premier sire The Tetrarch She was foaled in 114 consequently is now a sixyearold She was named Uoyal Quest and in 1017 ran in three races in the name of J W Corrigan without success For a trifle in comparison with her real worth Willis Sharpo Kilmer became her owner and she is now practically priceless She was bred to his favorite Sun Briar last year and is n w suck ¬ ling a fine young daughter at Sun Bria Court This pair dam and daughter if offered t public sale in Kngland would probably bring an stonish ing price but they are loyal Americans ml will continue as bright ornaments of American breeding Damask And Mates At Lexington DAMASK AND MATES AT LEXINGTON LKXIXCTOX Ky April 13 The Harry Payne Whitney horses including Damask Truly Uural Cobwebs AVliippet Toss lp Sky Blue Champagne and Cointreau arrived here tonight from Louisville They are in charge of trainer Mose Goldblatt who motored over with jockey Ambrose Bowie Preparing To Put On Airs: Greatly Extended Grandstand One of Many New Features to Be Provided Shortly. BOWIE PREPARING TO PUT ON AIRS Greatly Extended Grandstand One of Mary New Features to Be Provided Shortly PALT1MOUK Md April 13 Improvements in ¬ volving an expenditure of about 110000 will bo undertaken at Prince Ceorge Park Powie immedi ¬ ately after the finish of the current meeting The work will be superintended by general manager James F OHara Superintendent Uichard Pending will be Mr OHaras principal helper The grand ¬ stand which has been found to be wholly inade ¬ quate for the comfortable accommodation of the in ¬ creased and increasing Bowie attendance is to bo lengthened at both ends by a matter of llfi feet and made forty feet deeper The bleachers are to be extended beyond the tower end of the length ¬ ened grandstand down to a pwint abreast of the last eighth pole The present executive building is to be moved away on rollers anil converted into a trick kitchen and dining room On tin site from which the executive building will be removed a commodious clubhouse will bo built A new execu ¬ tive building will be constructed on the opposite side of the saddling shed which is to be mailr longer and deeper These improvements will havo been completed IK fore the beginning of the Novem ¬ ber meeting at Prince Coorge Park and in futiiro there will be comfortable shelter for considerably more than twice as many persons as have been taken care of through past meetings Kfforts are being made to improve the condition and texture of Bowie going right along but this must be doiu gradually The soil on which a race track lies cannot be tampered with with impunity impunityA A better train schedule will be arranged for tho accommodation of Washington and Baltimore patrons of Bowie racing by the iiiterurban electric line and an effort will be made to induce the Pennsylvania Uailroad to build the projected spur from tli Popes Creek division of the line at a point about one mile south of the town of Bowie into the track The building of this spur and the institution of steam railway service between Washington and Baltimore and Bowie will improve the tracks trans ¬ portation 150 per cent One Of California's Producing Studs: Fine Band of Young Runnymede Foals Now at the Spreckels Napa Stud Farm. F. L. McKenney. ONE OF CALIFORNIAS PRODUCING STUDS STUDSFine Fine Band of Young Runnymede Foals Now at the Spreckels Napa Stud Farm By F L McKBXXKV McKBXXKVSAX SAX FUANCISCO Cal April 13 In order to give his Voter stallion Uunnymede the fullest opportunity to demonstrate his worth in the stud A P Spreckels is sending the great majority of his choicely bred brood mares to the court of the handsome chestnut Horsemen who have visited Mr Spreckels Napa Stock Farm in the beautiful Napa Valley recently and inspected criti ¬ cal lly the yearling sons and daughters of Uunny ¬ mede are unanimous in saying Uunnymede is des ¬ tined to take his place along with Brutus Water ¬ cress ICmiMror of Norfolk and other sires in shedding dustry hereabouts with the present revival The twelveyearold son of Voter and the Domino mare Uunning Stream is only getting into his stride as a sire his first progeny having raced a little moiv than a year ago The present band of year ¬ lings has impressed extremely favorably men who have seen all of the hundred or more yearlings on the various farms in this state stateIt It is fitting that the Xapa Stock Farm should be carrying on in such a successful manner as it connects the old golden days of the breeding in ¬ dustry hereabouts with the present revival The Spreckels ranch as the Xapa people call it was turning out winners way back in the nineties and right now holds the proud position of breeding more winners than any other place in the country with the exception of three of the mammoth es ¬ tablishments of the eastern states statesTwelve Twelve of the fifteen yearlings frisking about at their hearts content in the spacious paddocks of Mr Spreckels farm the stern business of racing being yet a thing of the distant future are Uunny niedes Tho other three are by Voorhees the sire of Madge F and other speejy ones Eight of tho Uunnymede yearlings are fillies and he has pretty well marked them with his own color seven of the eight being chestnuts All of the colts are chestnuts too except a little brown fellow dam the Dr Leggo mare Ilymlr The fillies are a re ¬ markably fine looking band of real race horse con ¬ formation and of uniform good size b me and sub ¬ stance The colts also show all the graceful lines op thcl daddy Of the thirty mares now on the farm twentyfive were bred this year to Uunnymede The Wonderful producer Salvatrix by Salvation Installatrix by Brutus was mated with Voorhees Salvatrix is the dam of Madge F llarhard Venetia Savilla and other good winners and has made a record similar to that of Ceorgia VI the dam of a dozen winners Georgia VI was a daughter of the late Senator Stanfords sire Flambeau and was for years one of the breeding jewels at Xapa Stock Farm Among her daughters is Darunia the dam of U F Carmans good winner Carmandale Another daugh ¬ ter Ccorgia Oirl by Solitaire II is the dam of wellknown horses Some years back when Ceorgia VI was living there were eighty marcs on the farm OI 1 age took quite a number and then last fall a strange disease was fatal to fifteen fifteenMr Mr Spreckels is giving plenty of opportunities to daughters of Solitaire and rightly so it seems as Solitaire comes from a line of sires famous for its brood mare strain He was a son of Ayrshire and his grandsire Hampton and his greatgrandsire I Iord ord Illfden are equally noted for siring brood mares Voorhees from the Flambeau mare Carnation II carries along the male line of Solitaire at the farm farmThere There are some Star Shoot mares at Xapa Stock Farm that both Mr Spreckels and Walter de Brette ville superintendent of the stud establishment hold in much favor Uunnymede is an especially happy nick for the daughters of Star Shoot as his second dam Dancing Water is by Isonomy the grandsin of Star Shoot ShootDr Dr Leggo by Puryear I Sevens one of the most popular horses that ever looked through a bridle in California is not represented among the yearlings but some of the foals have him as a sire Dr Leggo is as playful as a kitten for all of his eighteen years His coal has changed since retirement to the stud from a medium bright bay to a deep brownish tinge tingeThe The yearlings at Xapa Stock Farm are areChestnut Chestnut filly by Unnnymede Pourqnol by Star Shoot ShootChestnut Chestnut filly by Uunnymede Xanna by 1nryear I IChestnut Chestnut filly by Uunnymede Micco by Star Shoot ShootChestnut Chestnut filly by Unnnymede Lady Atheling by Atheling AthelingChestnut Chestnut filly by Uunnymede Xapa Girl bv Soli ¬ taire 11 11Chestnut Chestnut filly by Uunnymede Handsome Florrie by Handsome HandsomeChestnut Chestnut filly by Uunymede Ventura by Purvear I IBay Bay filly by Voorhees ICgeria by Clifford CliffordBay Bay filly by Uunnymede Abbas by Big Chief ChiefChestnut Chestnut colt bv Uurmymede Olatlie bv Solitaire II IIChestnut Chestnut colt by Uunnyinede Zafra by Solitaire II IIChestnut Chestnut colt by Uunnymede Salvatrix by Sal ¬ vation vationBay Bay colt by Voorhees Breslau by Uncle UncleBrown Brown colt by Voorhees Meana by Puryear D DBrown Brown colt by UunnymedL Ilymir by Dr Leggo Slippery Elm Once More: Takes Bowie's Feature Race in a Tussle with Ormonda.; Rain Slows the Track and Affects Results--George Bovee Wins at Meeting's Longest Odds. SLIPPERY ELM ONCE MORE Takes Bowies Feature Race in a Tussle with Ormonda Rain Slows the Track and Affects AffectsResults Results George Bovee Wins Winsat at Meetings Longest Odds WW IE Md April I Uain last night rendered the going at Bowie slightly muddy md n few upsets resulted Tho old Virginia Handicap at seveneighths of a niilt vhicl was the feature of the afternoons program fell to Slippery Klin which was confidently supported The Bannoekbnrn geld ¬ ing was outpaced in the early racing but moved up IHlly next to the rail on the far turn and when the leaders came somewhat wide at the head of the stretch came through next to the rail and raced to a decisive lead hefore he had reached the f al eighth of a mile Ormonda finished fast and outstayed Manocvre for second place The latter WlKllt vr Ilis list m tln r with slin I iiftir entering ti the i st retell lint gave way near the end Ceorge endCeorge Peterson made l eky investment when whenrVTV rVTV 1 lr1 I11 eorgc Bovee graduated from the maiden class in the first race e isilv running away fro his opponents Tntt was the ep ill the way and found no difficult in holding sccod place safe from Fading Star The soTii1 I1111 xewml longest price of the meeting meetingW W C Veaseys Green Mint was returned winner tL i1 ly lli1 wmtor I fiS7 I11 itentlice Illsllllta HI niu itent re the rong and s ned dangerous on the iretc inrn hut tired iudjiist iastod savc efi ond phi Meddling Miss was helped bv the goili and ran in improved form to finish third True as Meel tie favorite was jumpd on during the carlv running lut held on gamely pulling up I enehpe made a show of her opponents in the third race at five and a half furlongs The Sweep filly was at her Lost sot to the front at once and made every post a winning one Knrico Caruso raced forwanlly and ontgamed Botsinda for se ond place letsmda showed speed and tired perceptililv perceptililvthird lrV IISt Ml IK 0Kh to ilve third iHce1 COBALT LASS DEFEATS BAGPIPE 7as Arthurs Colalt Iiss favored ly the goin was taken back and saved until Bodriguez WMJ ready to call on her then she quickly drew up to the leader lint had to be ridden out to win Ba pipe raced Xouave into early defeat hut tired in the stretch racing and only held second money safe Siesta thirdAlma made a ool showing and was an easv third Alma It won the sixth race after allowing Sentimental and Ned Milcybright to race each other into exhaustion then came on to win without trou ¬ ble by two lengths Torn Itrooks moved upsteadilv in the last quarter and took second place lien llampson secured the short end of the purse after a good stretch rush rushThe The last race showed Waterproof in one of his now and then revivals Old Iogart has been pretty good of late and went to the post a heavilv backed favorite But Waterproof after running last to the final turn came through the stretch with an unexpected rush and passing Boart in the last sixteenth won by a length with Bogart second and Crnmpsall third 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Huron II Deckhand Petsy 4 YiMineeil Knot The lielgiau II The Lamb Tippo Sahib My Dear Tom ISrooks Austral Luther 7 Pilsen Indolence Verity VerityF F J Ortell Buffalos JTaiirtlejip JTaiirtlejipWFFALO WFFALO X Y April 15 1 Omer K Mo ens Mary Erb Northern Lady 2 Enrico Caruso Annabelle Edith K Flying FlyingFrog Frog Tom Fool Mailowmot Deckhand Tiger Rose The Fehiian II King John Frank Monroe MonroeCapt Capt Evans i TIIK DECISION Tippo Sahib Thistledon The TheLamb Lamb tin itrooks Austral Luther Capt Hodge Huron II Verity Indolence Jack K Handicap 1 OMER K Mogens Mary Erb Eye Opener 2 Pokey Jane Edith K Enrico Caruso Kirah Tiger Ro e Huron II Deckhand Kingling II 1 Frank Monroe Yonnecd The Belgian II IIKing King John i The Ijnnb Tailor Maid Tippo Sahib The De ¬ cision cisionf f Austral Luther Tom Brooks Parrisli 7 Indolence Pilscn Say When Aerity King George's Horse The Favorite KING GEORGES HORSE THE FAVORITE FAVORITELOXDOX LOXDOX England April 13 Retting on the City and Suburban Handicap today was Aiceroy to 2 ngninst Furious Sl Brigand Dl Scat ell 1008 Riszio 1007 Berkeley KHIii KHIiiThe The Derby betting was Tctratcma 112 Prince alahad Sl Sarchedon 101 Silvern and Or 1 hens lot Archaiac 1008 Allenby and AVi i lasu 201 The City and Suburban favorite Aiceroy be ¬ longs to King George and is a fouryearold bay colt by The Tetrarch Sweet Vernal He is a fast horse and from his favoritism must have been training well The race will be run April 21 Hunting, Fishing And Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT SPORTRecently Recently member Game Commission have made an inspection of all tracts of land offered to the state for the es ¬ tablishment of game preserves in Blair Bedford and Cambria Counties Pennsylvania Inspections have been made in Berks Rucks and Ioliiuh Coun ¬ ties In Western Pennsylvania a number of fa ¬ vorable tracts have been cone over preparatory to stocking them with game gameThore Thore being no spring shooting permitted now in any part of tl P Iulted States or Canada more mi ¬ gratory wildfo vl will wing their way to their breed ¬ ing grounds ii tin far north tluin before in a great manv years a id the result should be thai there will be a larger miner of birds to return soiilh next autumn than has been known before in the last thirty years providing of course that favorable weather prevails during the nebtins season First Upset In The Kentucky Derby: Occurred in 1882 Renewal When the Unknown Apollo Defeated the Great Runnymede. FIRST UPSET IN THE KENTUCKY DERBY Occurred in 1882 Renewal When the Unknown Apollo Defeated the Great Runnymcde LOrtSYILLE Ky April 13 With the wide ¬ spread interest that Is being shown in the 1520 re ¬ newal cf the Kentucky Derby now only a few weeks away veterans of the turf are bringing to light incidents in connection with the running of the historic event in bygone days daysPerhaps Perhaps the most interesting of these reminis ¬ cences 1ms to do with the llrst great upset that oc ¬ curred in the race back in 1SS2 Previous to that year all of the favorites for the big race by no means scored but up to that time there had been no great surprise in the event eventDuring During the winter of 1SSI1SS2 Rnnnymede was a strong choice for this important race He went into winter ipiarters with the prestige of being tin real star among the twoyearolds of issi Ho had been bought from his breeders Bowen Clay by Dwycr Bros for ir00 and was regarded bytheiii as even a better prospect thftn his brother Barnes one of the racing stars of 1SSO1SS1 1SSO1SS1During During the winter preceding the Derby of 1SS2 good reports came from the training iiartcrs of this son of Billet with the result that a fortune was wagered on his chances in the winter books causing his price to b cut to the shortest figure ever of ¬ fered against winter favorite for the race His owners had sent Hindoo to Kentucky the year pre ¬ vious and that great performer had made a show of his opposition in the stake so the prostigo of the members of the great Brooklyn stable reached from ocean to ocean oceanIn In later years James R Krone with his Castl tonbred horses and others he developed from mares secured from the Bitter Root Stud of Marcus Daly enjoyed wonderful success in racing but great as were the triumphs of his racing string from 11113 to the close of 1OS its record had little on that scored by the borses raced by Dwycr Bros in the early and middle eighties eightiesTo To tell the history of this remarkable stable is to recount the deeds of other stars besides Runny mcde Hindoo md Barnes embracing Mich great favorites as Hanover Bramble Miss Woodford In ¬ spector 1 Drop Kingston George Kinney Onondaga Paniine Kingfisli Charley Corman Millie Potomac Raceland Banquet Don Alonrit Joe Cotton Rhadainanthus and the unbeaten Tre moiit moiitRUNNYMEDE RUNNYMEDE WAS POPULAR POPULARAs As the date for the running of the Derby ap ¬ proached Ruimymcdc increased in popularity and on the eve of the race he was piloted at even money by the layers At post time he was an oddsoil fa ¬ vorite and regarded as a certain winner by all supposed good judges judgesThere There hail come up from the south that year a rather ordinary looking gelding named Apollo in the stable of Green B MorrK Mr Morris bought Apollo in the spring of 1SS1 when the future Ken ¬ tucky Derby winner was a twoyearold He was not raced at all at that age In the spring of that year Henry Brown a Kentucky trainer bad Apollo in his care and while workiiit him one morning with another horse the latter carried the future crack out all the way around the course the pair being pulled up a mile in 14S 14SThis This work of course was too severe for a two yearold so early in tbe spring so Apollo was sent by hi owner I Swigert to Stoekwood Farm neat Midway Ky anil turned out In a few weeks Mr Morris made a visit to the place and though the coll collwas was r in flesh concluded to buy him He secured securedApollo Apollo by paying Swigert SI 200 in cash with a promise if 300 more should the colt win the Ken ¬ tucky Derby the following spring springIt It may be incidentally remarked here that at that time the Kentucky breeder had no idea that Apollo was a future Derby winner lie had how ¬ ever sold two colts previously which had proved winners of tbe Churchill Downs event in Baden Baden and Hindoo anil as Apollo was clo clv re ¬ lated to Mahlstick a highclass race horse and a Louisville Cup winner Swigert felt thai it was not certain by any means that Apollo should be a fail ¬ ure as n racer of good class He reasoned that should he prove as noil a horse as Mahlstick lie would have a Derby winning chance and so In added to the price he asked Morris MorrisMorris Morris in due time shipped Apollo to Xew Or rlcaus and while still a twoyearold he had him gelded and made no effort to train him to aiiv ex ¬ tent until the time came to begin giving him hard work for his threeyearold campaign The gelding proved a generous doer and having grown and spread out during the winter looked all over a good horse horseStill Still no one was bold enough to even suggest the possibility of I he ruggedlooking gelding ever being able to beat a coll with the reputation possessed by Itunnymede ItunnymedeFIRST FIRST START IN PICKWICK PICKWICKApollns Apollns first start was in the Pickwick Stakes al Xew Orleans lie was beaten but Morris did not like the appearance of the race and ran him back in a few days in the Cottrill Stakes against the same sort of opposition putting up on him his exercise buy Babe Hurd Apollo won that stake in a canter and then going on t Memphis continued his winning career careerFinally Finally he reached Louisville to meet his Derby engagement Hnrd continued to ride him in his races and had the mount In the Derby To this day senses are offered for Runnymcdos defeat in the great race by Apollo Heavy track conditions were InIll to have contributed to the son of Billets down ¬ fall Then again it had been claimed that he was not just keyed up to a hard race at a mile and a half the Derby bfcing his first start as a thrti yearold yearoldThe The truth however is that Apollo under all con ¬ ditions thai day was the better horse He never for a moment left the outcome in doubt and while Riinnymede turned the tables on him a few days later in the Clark Stakes the distance was a quar ¬ ter of i mile shorter than the Derby route Riihuyincde was one of the best looking horses that ever ran in tin DPI by He was more finished in appearance than his noted lirother Barnes a rather coarse horse After he was taken back east he won the Tidal Stakes and other races but In died young Apollo afterward won many good races as a three and fouryearold Brighter stars have won the Kentucky Derby but he was better than an average performer and will ever enjoy a merited place in the annals of the turf Ben Ali Handicap's Good Entries: Damask, Jack Hare Jr., Midway, King Gorin, Pictor and Sway Among the Speedy Ones In. BEN ALI HANDICAPS GOOD ENTRIES Damask Jack Hare Jr Midway Kin Gorin Pictor and Sway Among the Speedy Ones In Xot so important or viluil It is tin Camdcn Handicap Hie lien Ali Handicap IK one of Lcxing tons feature races its 3000 added making it well worth the striving of good hordes Its shorter listanee commends it to the favor of trainers and it was awarded a larger entry list this year than the Camden A number of the Kentucky Derby aspirants are nominated including the present fa ¬ vorite Damask while among those older tlian three yuars such trieil and true racers as lack Hare Jr King Gorin Pictor Sway Rcgalo Stoekwell Major Iarke General Haig AVoodtrap Viva America Midway Ruford Col Taylor Minto II Dodge Kikii Linden Itrldesman Amcricijn Ace and others which will call for ctjeful scrutiny when the offeial Iiandicapper takes up the task of adjusting th weights to he carried The entries are areAY AY K Applcgatcs br h Jack Hare Jr 3 by Marat lion Moonet MoonetK K L Baker Cos ch h Kin Gorin 7 by Transvaal Ktliel Simpson SimpsonJ J S Iarhees b g Sweep Jr bv Sweep Evalino EvalinoItianchi Itianchi Williams b f Lady Rachel 4 by Jim Gaffney Viola 15 Holiert I towers ch c Crand Slam 3 by AVhisk Broom II Trumps TrumpsK K R Rradleys li c liy Colly t by Helmet Aciitissima AciitissimaE E K Bradlcys b c Best Pal 3 bv Helmet Padula 1 J Prannuns ch g Kingfisher fi bv Sea Kiiij Ida It ItI I J Itrannuns b li Drastic liy Hastings Dragnet DragnetL L A Broaddus b c General Ilaig 1 by Dick Welles My Fair Kentucky KentuckyEdward Edward Ccbriniis b c American Ace 4 by Von Tromp Rosegal RosegalC C W larks 1 g Iiclor 1 by 1ieton White Veil VeilC C W Clarks 1 g Sway 1 by Vnlcain Ruby Hitlit Cifford A Cochrans eh c Ardito 3 bv His Majesty Early Hose Cifford A Coehrans b c Rcrsagliere 3 bv His Majesty Veil VeilCifford Cifford A Cochrans b h Figinny U by Disguise HomespunThen Homespun Then Cooks br h Jack Stuart by Valena Sweet Sauce SauceCallahei Callahei Bros b f Regalo I liy Sweep Iady Strathmore StrathmoreM M Gohlblatts cii g Atta Iiy II by Rab elais Tanya TanyaM M Coldblatts b g Matinee Idol by All Cold Matinee MatineeM M Coldblatts ch f Jorice 1 by Plaudit Abby C CJ J S Hawkins Cos ch c siockwell 1 bv Ilallot Janice JaniceJ J S Hawkins Cos blk f Delico 1 bv Celt Dainty Dame DameT T I Hayes ch K Lothair 1 bv Iunrbon Ieaii The Fashion FashionH H I Ileadleys eh c Duke of Savoy by Hide Lady Savoy SavoyHal Hal Price Headlevs br f Dancing Spray 1 by Hapid AVater Alberta II IIT T F Henrys cli The Swimmer by Ivan the Terrible Anna Hay HayIf If H Hewitts eh c Ginger 1 by Coy Lad Lucky Wave WaveJ J T Irelands br g Dark Hill 1 liy Fowling piect Pitch Dark DarkMrs Mrs W M Jeffords b h Claiier bv Plaudit Oljra Nethersde NethersdeMrs Mrs W M Jeffords b g Kerensky J bv Plaudit Hcsnlt Lawrence Jones b c Kinglike bv Hippodrome Siarchlight SiarchlightFrank Frank J Kelleys br c Pastoreau I bv Flint Hock Prickly Pear Frank Kellcys b c Frank W 3 by Marathon Maid of Fortune FortuneFrank Frank J Kelleys b f Drumfire 3 bv Yuieain Delusion DelusionKiiebclkamp Kiiebclkamp tc Clenns ch m Preyioits i jv BtlIotCraziosa Jefferson Livingstons blk h Major Parke 1 by Dick Welles Iidv Infallible InfallibleJ J W McClellands br g East Indian 3 by Delhi Killiecrankic KilliecrankicJ J Mcphcrsons ch h Woodtrap bv Trap Hock W Ivine lt ltWin Win Martins br c Bridesman 4 by Lonawand Flenr dOrange dOrangeM M C Moores b g Honor Man 4 by The Manager lima limaII II Xcustclcrs b z Prospector ti bv Mush ¬ room Clef ilOr ilOrS S K Nichols ch in Viva America by McGec Pink Itoe J W Parrislis ci h Miilwav bv Pallot Thirty third thirdRowell Rowell Peytons ch g Cantilever 4 by Han bridgt Ma Sahiame SahiameV V F Poisons ch h Bnford 0 bv Paliot Olie Belle BelleW W F Poisons br e Pvx by Patand Okitan OkitanMrs Mrs o i Itts b c I read Man bv Colden Maxim Evelyn Doris DorisJohn John V Schorrs b c Jim Hastings 3 by Luke MiLuke Winnecook John W Schorrs eh c Luke Dillon 15 bv Luke Mcluke Francos Dillon DillonC C Straus b g Haider i by Criffel Miphanxi MiphanxiK K 11 Taylor Jrs b g Col Taylor 4 bv Plaudit Iooking Glass GlassTolon Tolon Fernande Armonia Stable br c M Mss ss Kit iv Tracery Monuta MonutaW W V Thraves li s Minto II li by Sundridge Miss Hoiiald HoiialdW W V Thraves b c Legal 4 by Hilarious Hesponsful HesponsfulW W V Thraves br g War Spirit 4 by Vuleain ThirtythirdJ Thirtythird J S Wards br h Dodge 7 by Jim Gaffnev Flora Willonglihy WillonglihyM M L Wheelers b f Alula 3 by Voorhees Brcnierhafen BrcnierhafenII II P Whitneys br c Damask 3 by All Cold Crinoline II IIII II P Whitneys b f Truly Hnral by Broom stick Sylvan SylvanII II P Whitneys ch f Cobwebs a by Itrooni stick Mornih side sideWin Win Woodards b J Opportunity by Tod Unutnii Jliss Oertel OertelW W L Lewis Cos br f Kiku 4 by Swceii Silk Maid f J Hal Wood fords ch f Znltika 4 by Neil Cow Turkish Princess PrincessJ J Hal Woodford Cos b e Chisca by Dick Finnell Frances Caines CainesAllie Allie W Vomits b c Linden 4 by Martinet Lady Msther MstherW W J Vomits ch c Captain Mae a by The Manager Iloyal Dainty Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Monday April 5 1920 Sixtieth day Lower California Jockey Club Win ¬ ter Meeting of KM days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Hose L Wins J W Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissey Hacint Secretary W W Finn FinnHachiK HachiK starts at l00 p m CliivuKo time 400 46710 rirst Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 w j w 59397 Purse 400 4year 4yearolds olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsTml Tml Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straisht 444 l = July Fly 109 l k II Ryan 3tV100 ISfiiVI II McCarty 1U4 1 C McCorklo tKOlOO Ki477 Harry MasonlO i c Wuell 4W10H 4 Anna Lou 109 4 = K Lowe 820100 iOfifil jrtgomyJr Ill 1 S Smith SlWlOO SlWlOO4i580 4i580 Anna Star 101 i 1 Roberts DIOICO 40477 Hyndla lOi 7i AV Mclntyru t t4no 4no i IJlack AVinji 10S 8 = K Hums 910100 9101004r 4r 77 Kl Palomar JO J G Archambault t IfiBOii Korin 104 10 = K Taylor IOG1S Fayotto C 100 II3 C DuRKan WO100 WO10091S7S 91S7S Jlurseifli 111 li AVarreu 4C330100 4C330100fMutuel fMutuel field 1 mutnels paid July Fly siSO straight 4 l place faSO show Hattie MeCarty a40 place lSO show Harrv Mason Slld show showTime Time 24y3 48i l02 5 Track fast fastWinner Winner H W liarnes b m by Marchmont II Locust by Corman trained by J Hill bred by Air J W Fuller FullerWent Went to jiost at 1OL At post U minutes Start Kood and slow Won driving second and third the 4571 1 Second Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191G l115i 3 110 Purse 400 3 3year year olds and upward Maidens Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Kqniv Kqniv Odds OddsIml Iml Horse Wt Fin Tockoy Straisht KinCO Fhil Martin 111 1i K Carter SlOlin SlOlin4ifia52lcroaii 4ifia52lcroaii i S 21 1 Hoberts r flHH Ifi570 Cjivcaclr II lln p K Smith llLOUHl 4 I Lsphain U 4 J Archaniblt KVIW KVIWI I Hi Stirrups 10 5 = T Cuiuniings SliWHM SliWHMI I Teo BreckielM C Du Kai 1MO10H Hi 5 HI JAain Chick jy 7 L AVooiis fcJfK0 fcJfK0SK241 SK241 Hat AVilldo 101 S C McCorklo 100KW Kw IJnivu 01 H K Taylor IM3CO100 IM3CO100W W mutuels paid Phil Martin iyl0 straight l place show McCroan SaCO place iM show Cavalcadonr II 4MI show showTime Time 24 481J 115 Track fast fastWinner Winner S Ilazeltines b s by J F Croxvley Maud Sijisbce by apt Sivsbee trained bv H Haxcltine bred by Mr W C Jenkins JenkinsWent Went to post at J7 At post 1 minute Slart sooil aid slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Stirrups i pounds I pham St lie Prave 4 4fi71 9 T rd Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 11125 3 110 Purse 400 3ycar olds and upward Claiming Net valua to winner 303 second G5 third 35 35ISqulv ISqulv Odds OddsInd Ind Horso AVt Fin Jockev Straisht 4 Ceo Kv narriiciiiOI Ii McCorkle JSOlco 4 575 Chastiincll IIS AV Varley Sl 0lHi 4ii2 Maiinikiii II S C Duf ai 10100 iii5aTiajan 111 I C ArchambIt IWKK IWKKiii iii Lewis IS 11 5i H Lowe C10100 C10100i i 05 May trais 2 L AVooil IlinolOO IlinolOOi i Aminisoad 3iS 7J J Majestic 7 MOJ 4fiiilTambian IOC S K Guy 1110100 1110100si si mutnels paid Kvalyn Harridan S70 straisht 41 phici show Chas Cannell SjatSO place lliSIl show Mannikin II SJ0 show showTime Time 24 48 114 Track fast fastWinner Winner F C Manuels ch f 4 by Harridan Vaiicina by Patten trained bv F C Marmet red ly Mr F C Marmet 1 1Went Went to post at c At post 1 minute Start ood and slow Won easily sevond and third driv ¬ g gOverweights Overweights Mannikin II a pounds Fourth Rpce l 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 110 Purso 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner SOO second 65 65Ind third 35 35Elv Elv Odds OddsFin Ind Horse Wt WtI Fin Jockey Strnicht I ii r A Jones 10S I3 l Muell 701W KilKl ioaitano 110 21 W Mclntyre ajolKj 4ir Mineral Jim 10 k c Gross 10100 101004i l fi 5 Move On IS IS4iia 4i I lay ward ICSKKJ 4iia Miss Hriish 111 K Carter IHiOlOn IHiOlOnC 4ClLadyMoon 100 C 1 Huberts l0ii SI mutnels paid P A Jones SICCO straight straightv SStJO place SftMl slum v Positano 710 place placei ril show Mineral Jim i 1110 show Time 24 48 V 114 Track fast Winner 1 A Halls b t s Iv Plues Xella KniKht by Free Knight trained by J A Hall bred by Mr J W Hinoi HinoiWent te Went to post at At jxist I minute Start Startiy ioo l and slow Won eas iy second and third driv Overweights Positano 2 pounds Move On 71 A Fifth Race 1 Mile June 17 1916 85 Purse 400 3yearolds 3yearoldsand and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third S5 Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Strainlit liiCn at TIawk in I1 G Year in uOlOO lii7AIiss Manage 101 2 1 Roberts S79100 l 57 Uowltt 10 it Ryan roion 4 fiM G Xiuelilebh lT 1 15 Koppleinan KiMlCO 4 i i = lied Man 101 G Arcluunblt IlOlO 4ii Toy Miss 113 f C Gross i0100 i0100SU SU mutnels paid Creat Hawk siaOO straight r place J i show Miss Manage flSO place saDd show Dewilt XlSO show showTime Time 24 48 114 141 Track fast fastWinner Winner C It Allens b f a by Creat Pritain Hawksora bv Hawkswick trained by O H Allen bred bv Mr Walter O Parmer ParmerWent Went to pst at 5ll Off at once Start jiood and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOvinvilRhts OvinvilRhts Dewitt 1 pound 4 71 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb xu i Ju 2 1920 143 6 122 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 Ind I7ors AVt AVt4iOXZitinli Fin Jorkpy Strsight 4iOXZitinli ch 10 103 = 1 J Roberts 4i r i Verna U Ill 2 li Lowe LoweIDS KiOHOUomul 1 IDS IDS4ii S 3 C Dugpan 1110100 11101004ii 4ii 3Aldebaran 11 114i5 113 4 = AV Mclntyre Mclntyreion 110lCo 4i5 5 noflJlarney 1014i3Onwa ion 5 ri c ijutii ijutii1US lliO100 lliO1004ii3Onwa 4i3Onwa iU5 i1 t C McCorkle 7101C 4 i50 1 Lady Eileen 101 7 K Taylor 3WW 2 mutnels paid Xamloch 740 straight 4SO place W show Vcrna 1 SS 10 place 10 show Coniul SlX show Time 23 48Ji 115 lAls 145 Track fast fastWinner Winner Polk Askeys br g by Jeneral Hobcrts Woolen by Woolsthorpe trained by T Polk bred by Mr O L Holers HolersWent Went to post at 40 At post 1 minute Start tood and slow AVon drivinjr second and third the same 4fi71 fi Seventh Race 5 12 Furlongs June UIL 28 1916 105 3 118 Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4ii Straight4ii 4ii 4 KLieatham lor 1 J Roberts 100100 1001004ifi5BCurlieue 1001004ifi5BCurlieue 4ifi5BCurlieue Hi 2 C rMcCorklc 160101 1601014ii57ISunimerKith 4ii57ISunimerKith 107 = C Dugguu 11010O 11010O4GI71 4GI71 Gol Chance 11 = 4 1 Koppleinan 71W110 4fil Toonlbeolu 10J AV Hinphy Sl0100 Sl0100W 45702 I AV Uarpor 111 W Jlclntyre ir 0lXJ 4Ji Ucat I ucille 101 7 R Lowe 4320KW 2 mntuels paid Kitty Cheatham 0 straight SlSO place 150 show Curlicue faOO place iir40 show Snmmer Siph SaOO show showTime Time 23 48 1OGJ Track fast AVinner C Howulls ch m I by Mecliek The ISeach by It ibby Heach trained by C Howell Howellbred bred by Mr O C Parke ParkeWent Went to post at I At jmst 1 minute Start StartKIMM KIMM and slow Won iasily second ami third verweights Toombeola 1 pound liealrice Lu Tuesday Work-Outs At Bowie Track TUESDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK POWIIC Md April la Todays training gallops at Prince Ceorge Park inclmlcd the following Weather clear track sloppy 249 249ThreeEighths ThreeEighths Mile Alm B MSFranc Tireur Aim Johnson Xeg Sobb Allen Panhandler toga t MO Pas de Chnce trig ml ISPokey Jane JanellPoultney elti a llPoultney itiz n MSQuocn Blonde li Leydeckcr obalt Lass 2r Sungold Eye Opener MSTailor Maid Frank Monroe 243Alex Cetz T5 21SPlnrcen 214AnnabelIe 2 iMSPluribiis Brick 2 Redliiid IJirDeckmate 243Riddh 247 Fair Charity r 244Tom Fool 234Ina Kay T4 240 Wood Viol Viol212Margcry 212Margcry r 2 240Yonneed Five Eighths Mile MilellJIArrah llJIArrah Go OnlOS 237Onico 24Rengali 114 llVPibroeh 213K Champion 113 244Tiger Rose Rose23SKing 23SKing John 107 107Three Three Quarters Mile 241Bolstcr 121 2 IS Paddy 247 Dot Aandiverl21 248St Quentin 24SH Brother 122 245Tit for Tat 2 IS King Herod 120 2 10 War Mask 2ISLillle AIaudie122 MSCrystal Ford M5Franklin lrr MUIIong Koujf Jr l Gave Him The Best Of The Start GAVE HIM THE BEST OF THE START vi in n 11 i7wing story on Mars Cassidy when he was officiating at the barrier at Juarez several winters ago agoWe We were spending a pleasant evening in a cheerful place of call over in El Paso said Clancy We were interrupted by a lanky Okla ¬ homa person who had been racing in the bushes and had a few horses at Juarez He came up and introduced himself to Cassidy and when he was made more or less welcome and had bought a round he remarked that he was starting a mare in a cer ¬ tain race on the following day and suggested that everything being all right among friends that Cassidy might see that his mare got away from the post next day Sure said Cassidy who was fcelinsr plenty cheerful at the time and then he forgot all about it However it happened hat when the start was made next day the mare belonging to the Oklahoma person did get away from the post wing ¬ ing She beat the barrier and led into the stretch by a dozen lengths She was qtiittiir at the end however and in a nose nnd nose finish the judges placed her second1 Xeirlier Cassidy nor I had thought anything of the conversation of the night before until once more we ran across the Okla ¬ homa man th l night Cassidv you are a right guy he told Mars Hint night You gave me all the best of the start and if Id had them judges fixed like I had you Id have got away wjtl it Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD TUESDAY APRIL 13 1920 Prince George Park Eleventh day Southern Maryland Agricultural anil Itreeders Association Spring Meeting of 43 days Weather clear temperature 50 Steward to Represent Jockey Club E C Smith Stewards Francis Nelson and Carter Hall Judges Joseph A Murphy G T Miller and 1 II Anderson Starter Edward Tribe Racing Secretary Joseph McLennan Racing starts at 30 p in Chicago time 130 p in AV Indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig l rrOf FIRST RACE 12 Mile April 5 1918 18 2 112 Purse 1000 2yearolds JtJ 4 Jait Maidens Selling Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt V TiStrFin Jockeys Owners Kquiv Odds Strt IGE ISOAEE ws 109 S 4 1s 1 1 C Ponce G Peterson 490310 mini i 1 L i i wsl 114 4 3 23 2 = 2l FMurchy H AA Fry 1CO10 1CO10J6fi7FADING J6fi7FADING STAR w 106 7 S V 3 3 r Hopkins AV II Fixer 51010 IC 4 CHARLOTTE C w 112 i 7 G1 G = 41 J Metculf A P Spreckels S40U lfill lfill0IXO 0IXO FOOLING w 114 22 7 5 a1 K Haynes A E Kittridge 510 36 AOORMEL ws 100 3 5 41 4 C C AVhittn R AV Mitchell 1310100 KJC07 KEHOMA w 111 G G 7 ° 7 ° J Rodson T AV OBrien 75010 OI70 MARGR1TE ROSE v 100 1 1 8 S S J Heupel J A Pons C710100 C710100Time Time 24i 52 Track muddy 2 mutnels paid George Rovee 10010 straight 3290 place 1580 show Tutt 400 place 290 show Fading Star 130 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds George Rovee 4905 to 100 straight 1545 to 100 place f90 to 100 show Tutt 100 to 100 place 45 to 100 show Fading Star 115 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Ch g by llarrigan Miunolette by Mindora trained by G Peterson bred by Mr Ilenjamin A Jones JonesWent Went to post at 230 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driv ¬ ing GEORGE ItOVEE raced into a long lead in the first quarter but was tiring in the stretch and had to be ridden out at the finish TITT raced in nearest pursuit ami finished gamely under punishment FADING STAR began slowly but saved ground on all turns and finished resolutely CHARLOTTE C liiiishcd with a rush through the linal eighth NO FOOLING was shullled back at the start SECOND RACE 34 Mile Nov 24 1917 112 4 122 Purse 1000 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner S700 second 200 third S100 Index Horses AWtPPSt U A Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 4 i7J GREEN MINT 4107 t 4 44ifi8 3 Stirling AV E Vcasey 4ifi8 3ltTAXITA III v 5 110 4 2 1 ai Rodsez J Arthur Arthur2A 5 MEDDLING MISS A r 101 7 S S4i 2A t = C AVhittn LM Holmes 4i 74T AS STEEL w s t 102 S 1 1 4 = 4 = 4i lleuel AV II Cooper Cooperxs 15 3 COMACHO i 107 5 3 xs r r1 r = A lUchcrk H Demham Demham7A 4 iS2sAIISS STERLING 5 105 2 5 5l 7A 7 fa C H Waloff E Lutx l KiJiiOAPPLE i2iAPPLE JACK w G 10S 11 7 4 51 7 = 7 F Itrysoii AV P Cunning CunningCi Cunningham 1375100 1375100li li 7 CHALLENGE w i 107 3 G Ci S S1 Sz J Xoeller AV L Saunders 4903100 49031004i 4i 47 FRENCH Y 15107 1 It tt 8t R Pauley Mrs A Miller S020100 S020100Time Time 24 49 1164 Track muddy 2 mutiiols paid Green Mint 1430 straight ti7U place 390 show Juanita III 490 place 300 show Meddling Miss 280 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Green Mint 15 to 100 straight 235 to 100 place 95 to 100 show Juanita III 145 to 100 place 50 to 100 show Meddling Miss 45 to lot show showWinner Winner It g by Spearmint Greenvale by Hamburg trained by G AV Dodge bred in England by Mr Hurry Payne Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 309 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing GREEN MINT was saved behind the leaders in the best going to the stretch then raced into a long lead and won eased ip JCANITA III saved ground on th stretch turn and took the lead but tired in Kie final drive MEDDLING MISS raced into a big lead and was shnllled back on the stretch turn but came again in the stretch and finished fast TRIE AS STEEL set the early pace was Jumped on and pulled up lame lameScratched Scratched ICCS2 Mystic Folly 107 4iti74 Kims 108 108Overweights Overweights Juanita III 3 pounds Meddling Miss 1 Miss Sterling 3 HIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs April 2 1914 lOlVa 2 104 Purse 1000 3ycar olds Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vi i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eyuiv Odds Strt li3lUETSINDA v 7 2 2 21 31 3J F Hunt AV Fenwick 150100 KiOMI WHO CARES wi 112 7 1 5 5J 4U 4 E Haynes H P Holmes 700100 700100Hii3S Hii3S IRA AVILSON s 112 4 7 7 r 5s J AVilHams C Iluxton 1223100 1223100liO liO liOsDR sDR HALL wi 110 S 3 4 i r leu pel R Goodlow 1700KO i i4SnRICHT GOLD luii 1 fi t 74 7 7 1 Xoeller AV A Casey 1030100 1030100S S 3i ORIENTAL PARK w 101 5 S S S S S AV UoKski 11 Murray I315100 I315100Time Time 23 48 102 109 Track muddy muddyi2 i2 mutuels paid Penelope S40 straight 170 place 34 show Knrico Caruso S70 place 400 show Itetsinda S270 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Penelope 320 to 100 straight ISi to 100 place 70 to 100 show Enrico Caruso 33r to 100 place 110 to 100 show Ketsinda 3 to 100 show showWinner Winner I f by Sweep losie Cohan by Handball trained by AV Short bred by Mr O D Ran ¬ dolph dolphWent Went to post at 34 i At post minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing PENELOPE displayed the most speed in the going took a quick lead and easily won all the way ENKICO CAIMSO raced under pressure all the way anil finished fast and gamely PETSINDA was a forward contender all the way but tired in the linal eighth under punishment WHO CARES crowded back on the turn out of the backstretoh saved ground on the stretch turn IRA WILSON began slowly and raced wide all the way wayScratched Scratched 4ii5S3 Fait Accompli 10 FOURTH RACE 6 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 119 5 4 112 Purse 1000 10004yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U = 4StrFin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt lii 9 COBALT LASS wi 5 112 5 3 5 2 = I1 J Rodfrez J Arthur BAGPIPK 4 109 3 1 22 I1 I1 2s C AVhittii C X Freeman Freemanvi Hi 158 SIESTA vi 1 114 2 5 4 5 3 3 S Sndman 1 R Skinker Skinkerwi Kiifi XOlTAAE wi f 10t 1 2 lii 2 4J 4 1 Xocller J I DahlRren DahlRrenwr HiCTi RAGNAROK wr 4 109 4 4 3 4 5 L Morrs Sunnyland Stable Time 241i 48 l15 i 123 Track muddy mutuels paid Cobalt I iss O straiglit fl20 place i290 show ISagpipe 00 place 400 show Siesta 170 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Cobalt Lass 27i to 100 straiglit 110 to 100 place 4 to 100 show Paspipe lO to 100 place 100 to 100 slxw Siesta ISi to 100 show showWinner Winner It m by King Cobalt Lady Rosalie by Handspring trained by J Arthur bred by Mr irant Hugh Krowne KrowneWent Went to post at 421 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon ridden out second and third driving COI5ALT LASS raced in the best going throughout wore the leader down under hard riding in the stretch and won going away ItAGPIPK displayed excellent speed and racing XOIAVK into early defeat took a clear lead but could not withstand the winners challenge SIESTA began slowly but moved up fast on the backstretch and held on gamely in the linl drive XOIAVE showed the most early speed but quit RAONAROK could never get up upScratched Scratched 4 i70 Hides Lassie 104 FIFTH RACE 15 Mile Nov 21 1916 126 4 116 Old Virginia Handicap Purse 1500 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 1000 second 300 third 150 fourth 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vi 4StrFin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt PERY ELM w 7 117 1 5 3i 4s 3 1 = li L Morris Suniiyland Stable 00100 li 7IORMONDA w 4 IIS 3 1 21 2l 4 411 2 t 1 Rodgex AV A Shea 580100 5801004iK 4iK MANOEVIlE w 4 110 4 2 4 31 2 2i 31 E Haynes J F Richardson 435100 4ii50MOCK ORANGE w 3 101 2 3 Il 1 = 1 31 4 J Xoeller JI Farrell Jr 110r100 110r100ir ir l iK1TlllSTLEDON wi 4 107 5 4 5 5 a a a C Ponce G Peterson 32S5100 32S5100Time Time 24 431s 114 1285 Track muddy 2 mutuds paid Slippery Elm 32ti straight 270 place 220 show Ormonda 400 place 250 show Manocvro S220 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Slippery Elm 0 to 100 straight 35 to 100 place 10 to 100 show Ormonda 100 to 100 place 25 to 100 show Manoevre 10 to 101 show showWinner Winner Itr g by Itaiinockhurn Schwalbe by Sain trained by R A Smith bred by Mr Rarucy Schrcibcr SchrcibcrWent Went to post at 455 At post 5 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the sime SLIPPERY ELM after close pursuit of the leaders saved much ground when entering the home ¬ stretch and drew away but had to be hard ridden to withstand OKMONDAS challenge The latter was on the outside all the way anil was forced extremely wide on the stretch turn but finished gamely under punishment and wearing the leader down in the closing strides MANOEVRE always a forward conten ¬ der liiiishcd resolutely and close up MOCK OKANGE set a fast pace but quit after leading to the stretch stretchSera Sera tolled l5STi Pondage 10 SIXTH RACE 1 116 Miles Nov 25 1915 148 4 116 Purse 1000 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U I 14 K Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equir Odda Strt 4ii73ITOM PROOKS wi 4 105 3 2 5 i3 l 3 21 C Ponce II Rosoacher 4RO100 4RO100l l iK7 lEN IIAMPSON wsi G 105 4 fi ti1 8 7 4 J H Burke G AV Forman 210100 Hii72 SENTIMENTAL w 4 105 1111 I1 I1 2 I A Richcrk 1 Rawson 520100 5201004i 4i KOSEMPER STALAVTw 7 103 5 3 I 3 r G3 f J Zoellcr D Montour 248KMOO li 7NED MILPRIGHT w 5 105 2 4 2 2 2 5 = t = A Tryon AV Young 005100 0051004i 4i i87 ARBITRATOR ws G 110 7 7 71 7l G 71 7 C Jackson M F Mount 17K100 17K1004ii7KILKENNY 4ii7KILKENNY wi G 105 f S S fi S S S E Fator C Polk 700100 700100Time Time 26V4 51 118 146 154 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Alma I 1200 straight 20 place 3f show Tom Itrnoks iiO place 300 show lien Ilampsou 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Alma It 500 to 100 straight 210 to 100 place SO to 100 show Tom Prooks 175 to 100 place 80 to KM show Iten Ilampson 50 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Itr m by Hessian Court Dance by Rousseau trained by G AV Atkinson bred by Mr James It Haggin HagginWent Went to post at 533 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing ALMA It steadily improved her position and passing the leader on the stretch turn held TOM ItltOOKS safe at the end The latter after being under slight restraint in the early running closed up gamely in the homestretch but was tiring in the closing strides HEN HAMPSON saved ground on all the turns and outstayed SENTIMENTAL in the linal drive The latter set the pace and being much used in racing NED MILEYltRIGHT into defeat tired in tho stretch r O SEVENTH RACE 1 11G Miles Nov 25 1915 I45y5 4 107 Purse 1000 4year 4fcO 4 O7 olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt Ji Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners Euuiv Odds Strt 4GG87 AVATERPROOF IVH S 105 155 5 5 5 1 D Hopkins C Smith 470100 4701004fi 4fi 79BOGART w 11 111 2 4 = 4 = 4l 4 21 E Havnes B E Chapman 183100 Iii7 CRUMPSALL w G 110 4 5 2 2J Cl 21 31 J Rodiez Dosoris Stable 43JIOO 43JIOOKJi80 KJi80 = PRUNES w r 105 2 1 31 3 = 2 31 41 C AVhittn T E Crist 345100 345100Kii Kii iREFUGEE wi 7 110 5 4 I1 11 11 5 G AValls AV Fenwick 735100 735100Time Time 26 52 118 147 154 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid AVatcrproof 1140 straight 70 place 320 show Pogart 3l0 place 240 show Crumpsall 280 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds AVaterproof 470 to 100 straight 185 to 100 place CO to 100 show Hogart SO to 100 place 20 to 100 show Crumpsall 40 to 100 show AVinner Ch g by Cunard Tinker by Handspring trained hy F Tennaut bred by Messrs Stone Went to post at i0i At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driv ¬ ing WATEKPKOOF was saved behind the leaders until straightened out in the stretch then closed up with a rush when called oil and won going away POrtART came fast through the final eighth and made a game linish CRITMISALL took the lead in the last eighth but gave way when put under punishment REFlCEE set the pace to the last eighth and quit PRUNES also quit in the stretch stretchScratched Scratched li37 Handfull 110 4ii5 Dalrose 100 4Ui80 l idy Ward 111 Overweights liogart 1 pound Where Salmon Fishing Is Good: Canadian Maritime Provinces Have Splendid Waters for "Sport of Kings." WHERE SALMON FISHING IS GOOD Canadian Maritime Provinces Have Splendid Waters for Sport of Kings Salmon fishing is known as the sport of kings and from this it may be inferred that it is not a pastime for the poor man unless lie happens to live near a good river has a pull with the lessee or a favorite gnardinn or knows a friend who can outfit him with the necessary rod and tackle and secure for him the fishing privileges privilegesThere There arc really plenty of places in New Iruns wlck or Nova Scotia where anyone can fish without much trouble or a great deal of expense lint it must bo remembered that the outfit for salmon angling is expensive The right kind of a rod costs good money Flies are not at all cheap while the casts and lines have equally ascended along with everything else in these days of rising prices pricesThe The visiting angler therefore miy t pay the price and the price varies Then are fishing clubs in Canada where only tho wealthy ones can foregather These are exclusive clubs where the qualifications for membership are largely governed by the com ¬ mercial rating of the members These arc men to whom money is no object in the pursuit of their favorite pastime pastimeThere There are other clubs maintained on more demo ¬ cratic principles where the fees are not so high There are clubs where visitors are made welcome and dubs that give fishing privileges for a moderate rod fee There are places where the individual can go without other restraint than the nonresident license in New Hrunsxvick 25 for salmon and 10 for trout in Nova Scotia 5 for three months or 10 for six months Itut guides and canoemen will be required and the expenses of camping must be taken into consideration considerationThe The expenses for transportation are after all the lightest part of it for splendid fishing can be ob ¬ tained at places that are easy to reach From Hoston to Yarmouth for instance is only a nights journey by steamer Trains of the Canadian Na ¬ tional Kailways leaving Yarmouth in the morning will convey the fishermen to the Mersey River or the Medway in half a day dayFrom From Montreal it is not a long journey to Mata pedia or to the salmon streams of Caspe From St John one can reach the Miramichi or the Ncpisiquit in New Itrtinswick or go through to Cape Prcton and fish on the Margaret There is good salmon fishing also at Mnsquodoboit not far from Halifax HalifaxIn In a word good salmon fishing is not so diMicult to obtain but it Uikes time and costs money It is the sport of kings kingsTrout Trout fishing in Nova Scotia and New Prunswick is a different proposition The average man at a reasonable cost can have plenty of the very best kind In Nova Scotia the wonderful chains of lakes uid connecting rivers especially around Lakes Keiljumikujik and Rossignol offer the best oppor ¬ tunities for an outing that can be made most en ¬ joyable This country is reached by the Canadian National between Halifax ami Yarmouth There is fine trout lishing at places along the line from Dart ¬ mouth N S to the Musquodoboits and some grand trout lishing in various places in Cape Itreton ItretonPrince Prince Edward Island has rivers that are excep ¬ tionally good for sea trout The Cains River in New Itrunswick is famous and so is the Charlo the lacquet River the Tabusintac and the Partibog PartibogThere There are many other places of course These are just a few of the most likely places The Maritime Provinces of Canada abound in attractions for the angler the big game hunter and the summer tourist A II Lindsay in American Field General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY General AAeather Forecast Fair weather will prevail until Wednesday night over practically this entire forecast district from Lake Michigan and Illinois westward to the Rocky Mountains with slowly rising temperature except in the far north ¬ west where the weather will be somewhat colder Wednesday WednesdayPresident President Wilson yesterday appointed the railroad labor board and called a meeting of the cabinet today to discuss the general situation White House officials refused to admit the unauthorized railroad strike prompted the call but it is under ¬ stood the strike situation will be the principal sub ¬ ject of discussion when the cabinet members meet This is the first cabinet meeting called by the President since he returned from his western trip last September a very sick man Since his ill ¬ ness he has seen only a few members of his official family The newly chosen railroad labor board is made up of the following men Representing the public George AV Hanger AVashington D 0 Henry Hunt Cincinnati and R M llarton Ttn nessee Representing the railroads Horace linker 1 H Elliott and William L Park Representing tho employes Albert Phillips A O AVharton and James J Forrester The board will be authorized to meet in Washington at once to take up the grievances of the railroad employes now on strike The nominations went to the Senate at noon yester ¬ day and prompt action by that body is expected Under the transportation act the railroad labor board is the court of last resort in disputes be ¬ tween the roads and their employes Its first work after considering the present strike will be to take up the whole railroad wage question which has been pending for nearly a year The board is to establish permanent headquarters at Chicago and its members will devote all of their time to the work They will receive salaries of 10000 a year each eachAn An army airplane remodeled to carry eight ma ¬ chine guns has liien sent to the Mexican border for official test In addition to the two guns synchronized to fire between the propeller blades the plane has two fixed guns set to fire through tho floor of the pilots cockpit two on the upper gun mount and two to fire through the floor of tho observers cockpit In some planes the floor guns will be mounted so as to permit flexible aiming Other inventions ready for testing by army fliers include a new model gyroscopic compass weighing only seventeen pounds and a heater for oxygen to be used in high altitudes altitudesDeportation Deportation of of the 3000 persons arrested in the radical raids made by the Department of Justice against tin communist and communist labor parties several months ago has been ordered by tho depart ¬ ment of labor A review issued by the department said 1323 of the cases finally had Ixen disposed of with 033 dismissals ordered From December 29 to April i a total of 5711 warrants were issued against radical aliens and 3000 of these were served The departments announcement said the totals did not include a number of cases where the aliens had been placed upon probation or cases which had been reopened for further hearing hearingTho Tho Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads wore asked yesterday by the Department of Justice to send the names of all their striking employes and t indicate which of them were leaders in the walk ¬ out Pennsylvania and New York Central depart ¬ ment officials flatly refused to discuss the meaning of the messages or to indicate whether similar requests would go forward to the executives of otier railroad corporations corporationsA A pronounced victory for the Poles over tho Itolsheviki on the southeastern front was reported by the general staff at Warsaw yesterday After sev ¬ eral days fighting a Bolshevik division was put to fight and more than a score of machine guns with much btxily were captured by the Poles PolesThe The Iterlin Deutsche Tapes Xeitung says it has learned from a reliable source that tho condition of former Empress Augusta Aictoria has become so grave that tho announcement of her death may bo expected at any moment English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR Meetings Dates I INo No market Craven Tuesday April 13 Ep oin Spring Tuesday April 20 Ne market First Spring Tuesday April 27 27Ch Ch ster Tuesday May 4 Ke ipton Park Spring Friday May 7 Ne market Second Spring Tuesday May 11 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday, April 14. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday April 14 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK HEAVY The figures under the heading Rec in the entries below show the best time of each horse at the distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record was made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 130 0 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 12 Mile MileRosebud Rosebud Purse Purseyearolds yearolds Allowances AllowancesTrak Trak record April 5 1 1S IS 2 112 Todays TodaysAWtHan Horse AAt Rec AWtHan Oiner K Ill 51s 111 25 Mogens 112 50 113 20 1 Mary Erb 107 50V 50VNorthern 10S 15 Northern Lady M10S 5l 101 10 Eve Opener 113 113 05 Dora M 111 52 52Second 101 05 Second Race 34 Mile 3vearohls Claiming ik record Nov 21 1017 112 1 122 f Enrico Caruso 110 117 110X725 Edith K 110 111 f 105X720 Annabollo 109X715 lying Frog M 112 117 107 710 okey Jane 105 710 tiddle M 10 1 17X710 Silex II 112 118 110 705 vlrjih vlrjihf 110 111 Vr I OCX 705 f ady lone 113 l1i 102 705 rimitive 112 118 102 700 Itiddledee M 112 111 f flit 102 700 Waldo Jr lit ll h 102 700 Arthur and T Third Race 78 Mile Mile4vearolds 4vearolds anil upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Nov 21 1815 120 11 iCSfs Mallowmot t 107Xi 107XiliiitiS liiitiS Tom Fool 114 130 If 4 107 1 K705 Deckhand 108 129 f Jtt7s Tiger Rose 105 130 lfiS2 llun n II 103 130 if KitiOJ Tit for Tat TatIt 100 131 Y 5 102X It i77 Petsy 4 102X LIISC Sa Traitor 10 104X1 4t705 = Kingling II II4iii73 7 112X1 4iii73 Paul Connelly Connellyi70 5 113X i70 Garbage 8 109X 4fiS2 Mystic Folly t 109 7 1072 Juanita III 5 109X Fourth Race 6 12 Furlongs Monument Purse Nov 2 3 17 llli 1 112 112AVt AVt Rec AAVtHan 44S493 King John 5 11 I 71 714t59 4t59 The Itelgian II 108 l22f ti 111 71 35 = Airginia L M 3 8I071 50 Youneed 4111X71 KiliTS1 Frank Monroe ti 111X71 111X714480S3 4480S3 Knot 4 102X71 4 t25 apt Evans M 3 95X71 415701 Acnshla III M 3 105 71 Hi707 Pastora M ti 100 7 7Dr Dr Joe br c by byKing King James Adolinette I y yMelton Melton 4 105 105Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile MilePrince Prince George Consolation Purse Purse3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record Nov 21 liMti l2ti7 1 llfi llfi4iti71s 4iti71s THE DECISION 123 127 7 113X71 470s Tippo Sahib 113 129 5 111X7 41728 Thistledon 10 l2 4 111X7 111X710i5 4tS4 Tho Lamb 10i5 12S 3 95X7 4 707 My Dear 8 i 131 in 3 91X7 4 850s Mormon Elder Elder4ftiS5 105 1281 s 4 104X7 4ftiS5 i adio 111 l29rsy li 111X71 4t IMS Tailor Maid 109 12li 4 1 0CX Til It 70 Lively 110 12V i 101X71 Sixth Race 1 14 Miles Miles4ycarohls 4ycarohls and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Nov 30 1I15 210M 1 102 4tifi7 Austral 103 207 5 10SX7 4 i729 Tom Prooks I 104X720 4t13ti Luther 110 2OS 10 111X715 4t5705 Parrish 107 2lIVrh 5 114X710 1II70D Capt Hodge 102 207Tf 5 10iiX710 4i705 Prookland M 5 103 700 4i72 Nod M Hey bright 101 215 f 5 KK5X700 31753 Colonel Hollo waA 11 10SX700 Seventh Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards YardsSyearoIds SyearoIds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record April 1O 1918rl 45f 1 107 1074ii75 4ii75 Verity S l4 i 4 105 XT XT4ti5S2 4ti5S2 Huron II 4102X7 4102X745iSO 45iSO Jack K 112 l4f 5 UMIXS 45587 Inihdence 112 145 9 110X7 110X7ItltiSO ItltiSO Pilsen Ill 151 15 112X7 45708 Say When 105147f 4 815X7 815X74IM5795 4IM5795 Paul Connelly 112151 5109X7 Bowie Jockey Percentages. JIOAVIR TOCKKY PKHCKXTAfKS From 1iiitiiry l liM to April 3 1O O I At or Over Jockey JockeyOltrien AVt Mts Oltrien W J 115 05 Carmody 1 102 384 Sanile E 110 34t Robinson 107 4ti Fator L 105 ilti iltiS5 Coltiletti F S5 485 Troxier R 1 14 233 Pickens A 105 31 Nicklaus A 110 12 Rutwell J 112 517 Nolan T 104 312 Fletcher I 3 10t Whittington C CRice 101 S2 Rice T 110 4i2 Kelsay AV 108 444 Ituxlon C 108 354 Davies T 112 Kit Morris L 105 140 Thurber II 102 SS3 Xodler J 103 lf2 Fator E 100 135 Rodriguez J 100 i07 Stirling D 108 3SO Pierce J 105 371 Dreyer J Groth J 111 313 Williams J 107 122 Parringtou T 100 130 Itdl J 110 810 Hopkins D Jockey JockeyMooney Mts 1st Mooney J 715 73 Richcreek A 440 43 AValls G 315 31 MetcalT J Haynes E Hunt F lt3 17 Jliirko J H 124 13 McTaggart 1 101 10 Obert W McCrann R Murphy F 179 15 Sneidinan S 293 Tryon A 179 Pauley R 179 Corev G 291 Hanover J 184 13 Pryson F 45 3 Miller 0 Ki 3 lleiipel J 151 10 Judge J 80 5 Ponce C 53 3 Carswell D 83 4 Mason R 29 1 Wakoff II 90 3 Romanelli R Jackson C Schwartz M Denyse It Itoganowski AV Sims A Page  First Race [1st Bowie] FIRST RACE 12 Mile Rosebud Parse 2yearolus Allowances April 5 1918 48 2 112 Index Course Dist TimeTckOdds Wt St Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish OMER K b c 2 111 111Trainer By Beach Comber Degenerate by Tonny Trainer C Buxton Owner J Coburn 4G32 Bowie 12 WVslow 12 114 3 21 2i J Williams 7 Aunt Deda Repeat Panhandler PanhandlerS 4GG03 Bowie 12 49good 33 111 S S S6 J Williams 8 Pluribus Mad Lillian Mogens Mogensi 4G3S9 Jefson 41 f 51Afast 41 113 G i lU L Lyke t Loch Lcven JoeGoodman OhYes 4G311 Jefson 12 49hvy 20 112 5 51 G I Lyke 7 MLillian SilSprings JOdman 46042 Jefson 31 f 42rast 20 113 7 71 773 L Lyke 9 Mogcns Pluribus Baby Grand 45978 Jefson 31 f 42good 30 113 2 23S 52 7 L Lyke 8 JSReardon Gntreau Blinished 45911 FGnds 3S SG jmud 30 112 7 C 6 1 L Lyke 8 SSpings WhiteStar LandsEnd 43769 FGnds 38 SS fast 30 115 7 6 5i L Lyke 8 Repeat Moraine Face 1etunla MOGENS b c 2 113 By Dr Leggo Priceless Jewel by Plaudit PlauditTrainer Trainer C V Carroll Owner C W Carroll Carroll4GC03 4GC03 Bowie 12 495good4110 112 2 4 31 P J Metcalt S Pluribus M Lillian Baby Grand 40142 Jefson 31 f 42Tifast 7 113 1 1 1 1s J Metcalf S Pluribus 1 Grand Mac Gunner GunnerMARY MARY FRB ch f 2 108 By Waldo May Button by Prince Esher EsherTrainer Trainer G Peterson Owner G Peterson Peterson4G7 4G7 3 Howie 12 49fast 4710 107 4 3 31 J Rodgcz C AiuitDedii MorniugFaee Repeat Repeat4GiG7 4GiG7 Howie 12 51fast 1910 109 4 43 4 = 1 C Whitton Maekeluaine Tutt Coombs Coombs4GVIG 4GVIG Bowio 12 SUmud IS lit u 2 2 I C WhittonlO J Gorman Cullinan LMvGranito LMvGranito4C32fi 4C32fi Jefson 31 f 43hvy S 102 f 0 31 2 ° C AVhitton 8 Loch Icven LettyRee Crutches 4G2SG Jefson 31 t 43 Uvy 30 112 4 5S3 C Whitton 8 Superb Puddio Keau Oh Yes NORTHERN LADY b f 2 M 10G 10GTrainer By Jim Gaffney Snowflakes by Batts Trainer A H Vivell Owner M F Mount 4ICM Howie 12 4HffaKt 70 1UX 7 G V VJ C Jackson 7 Mail Lillian Alratraz Peerage 4664G Howie 12 50Vfgood S 111 1 2 21 G C Jackson 7 Sacajawea Ciillintiii FdingStar 4C590 Howie 12 51imud 115 111 0 9 913 C Jackson 10 MaryKrb JosieGoniian Cullinai CullinaiG U FGnds FGndsJ 3S 3G fast 30 113 5 53S G 5s C Jackson 10 Centimeter PenValet AlbertaS J FGnds 3S 37 mud 23 111 1 41 fi ° i C Jackson 7 Petunia Alberta S Mat15Kcnt EYE OPENER b c 2 By Fitz Herbert Irish Eyes by Isinglass Trainer A G Blakeley Owner Nasrcmc Stable 4liXB Howie 12 49 fgood 11 111 1 5 7 U Troxler S Pluribiis Mad Lillian Mogens 4G341 Jefson 12 49hvy 95 10S G G11 V S Wida 7 M Lillian SilSprings JGdnian 4G143 Jcfson 12 4Sfcgood 21 113 1 13S 4 = 4i I Lyke PGrand Hen Valet Maekeluaine 4rrS FGnds 3S 38hvy S3 119 2 23S 2 3J R Troxler 7 Peerage MoMinc Maekeluaine 45251 FGnds 3S 35 fast 8 US 2 5 R Troxler 11 CAllyrne Joe Mancini Runniic DORA br f 2 M 100 By Rock View Carolyn B by lamplighter lamplighterTrainer Trainer W Livingston Owner T J Elward Elward4ii7 4ii7 Howie 12 49fast 223 Hi 2 Lost riilorJ Hutwell i Aunt Deda Morn Face Mari Krb Krb4GG1J 4GG1J Howie 12 r0good IS 114 2 3 I 51 T Iaraton 7 Sacajawea Cullinau FdingStar Second Race [2nd Bowie] SECOND RACE 34 Mile 3ycarolds Claiming Nov 24 1917 112 4 122 ENRICO CARUSO b c 3 110 110Formerly By Von Tromp Gano Bcllu Formerly ran as Airnat AirnatTrainer Trainer J Arthur Owner T Francis 4ty Howie 5 f l0inud 11 112 4 25 2 = J KodVoK S IVnclope Iitsinda AVIio fares 4 4S ISowie 4 in gco no no 2 25J 1 1 2 2 J llodsos l IriKhtCold Challenger Kasazza 4filXl Howio 5J f 110 Rood 2S 11G 3 3Si 115 719 J RodKVz The Archer Tattle Dr Hall 4G 71 Jefson Si f lOS lOSirnst irnst 10 112 2 1 1 lk S1 J HodKezl Vim Dominican Precious Pearl 4G173 Jefson 31 l17hvy 30 111 7 7 7 730 C15 J RodBex S Anticipate Vho Cares TArclier 41727 Pimlico 31 11G slop llf 107 Left at the post L Morris PJ AVCares JUlant CotheKoost 44707 Pimlico 31 l14Vfefast 173 10G 5 5 7 1 1218 L Morris 1 MLuckett FaisDore Itiinnyrun 44G82 Pimlico 34 lirslov 33 1W 9 5 7 S3 9l L 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