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Page  Maryland Racing Season 1929 Begins Today: First of Spring Meeting to Be Inaugurated at Picturesque Bowie Course; Thirty-One, Including Solace, Tutti Frutti, Mowlee and Many Other Cracks, Named for $5,000 Inaugural Handicap, Opening Day Feature MARYLAND RACING TODAY Continued from first page than one hundred horses have been entered overnight thirtyone of which are of course in the salutatory feature featureSeventeen Seventeen twoyearolds thirteen of them making their initial appearance under colors will answer the first bugle call of the meet ¬ ing They will race over a half mile Two of them Charioteer and Uptown Lad will carry the colors of E B McLean the leading money winning owner of last year Tariff an excellent and promising son of Thibodaux will carry the colors of G N Cardozo Tariff raced through the winter months at Havana and while unable to win showed such promising speed that many keen students of racing expect him to cut quite a figure in juvenile circles in Maryland MarylandThe The second race is for Ider horses four yearolds and over threequarters Such wellknown campaigners as Sun Altos now an eightyearold Bocaratone Friedjof Nansen Nellie Wood Fair Anita Pigeon Wing II and Maxiva will furnish the sport here hereThe The Spring Time Purse five and a half furlongs for older horses attracted Stand By one of the stars of the recent racing in Florida Essare E B McLeans The Okah and Nymph King and Pagan Laddie Fifty-Seven Entries: Star Horses Named for $3,000 Added Camden Handicap.; Lexington Condition Books Schedule Stake Race for Each Saturday of Coming Meeting. Brilliant List Of Entries: Fairmount Derby Attracts All Leading Three-Year-Olds.; High Strung, Blue Larkspur, Vermajo, Calf Roper, Ervast, Roguish Eye and Karl Eitel Among Eligibles. May Change Dade Dates Program Book for Pimlico Depart For Washington Reports Of Blue Larkspur: Trainer Thompson Giving Derby Favorite Long, Slow Gallops; Weather Curtails Training Work at Old Kentucky Association Course--Multitude of Juveniles for Schooling. REPORTS OF BLUE LARKSPUR Continued from first page stable have taken long gallops over the roll ¬ ing meadows of Idle Hour Farm the past three mornings Thompson said Blue Lark ¬ spur was breezed last Friday morning the son of Black Servant going fiveeighths in about 106 106Due Due to the adverse condition of the main association track there has been no schooling the past two days Hugh Gilmore and Reu ¬ ben White in charge of that work here will resume the barrier education of the two yearolds and older horses just as soon as conditions permit They are anxious for a good track as their task this spring is greater than ever before They estimate that more than one hundred twoyearolds over any previous season are awaiting the school ¬ ing this year yearTrainers Trainers jockeys and apprentice riders to ¬ day busied themselves making applications for licenses for the coming year in Kentucky Today marked the final one for filing appli ¬ cations at minimum cost and all were anx ¬ ious to make the saving Their requests were so numerous that it was impossible for Miss Louise Wilson assistant secretary of the racing commission to record all of them and it will be several days before the trainers applications will be available for the con ¬ sideration of the committee of horsemen that will act upon them before they go to the license committee of the racing commission commissionA A carload of horses embracing chiefly the stable of B Mclntyre arrived here this morn ¬ ing from Jacksonville Several additional stables are expected from that point and quite a few are yet to arrive from New Or ¬ leans Recent Kentucky Arrivals Page 2 Daily Racing Form Handicaps: Bowie At Bowie Kentucky Derby: Twenty-Sixth Running 1900 Lieutenant Gibson. First Get Of Old Slip Schooling Well Advanced Daily Racing Form Charts: Tijuana Page 3 Get Of Apprehension Timberlawn Farm Foals Horse Given To Farmer Johnny Callahan Sound Daughter Of Blue Spear Entries and Past Performances: Bowie 1st Bowie 2nd Bowie Page 4 3rd Bowie 4th Bowie Page 5 Page 6 5th Bowie 6th Bowie 7th Bowie 6RINGOIRE FoxTrainer rn n 6 M 105 By Bamourai Zambelli by Flying Fox EknayanM Trainer J Y Christmas Owner W Spindler Bred in France by A Eknayan M 163Hav 1 l ft 2 1C3 1 1 Ink 2 RiceJH 6 KcnsfnLadllOLeVoyntllOMaxBrkllO C Jl n23 Hav 2 l14ft 8 105 5 3 2 4 JH Rice J Martyr lOlAlleghan HOAdmtrator 103 C liar 529Hav 5Jfl10hy 2 112 2 3 5i 5 R Trow 12 Nicolett lOOMerryPal lOoEdithBn 100 C Feb21205Hav 2 114 ft 6 101 3 2 11 3i j H RJce 12 Vogeler 1 Vitalize 07 G ar 103 O Febl329 Hnv 5J f l07ft 31 10S 10 4 4 5 J Scurk 12 AmlErlylOOMtaAhearnlOSByAnnielOS C Latest Workout Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Won WonRecord Record for year to date 7 0 2 1 250 250SUN SUN DE MEUR blk g 5 M 102 By Sun 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Jfar2229sJP 1 200Am 8 105 1 1 1 2J ShropseE 11 JsNurse lOOIIuonPinc HOJeBrker 105 C Url629UP 11 5S gd 65 10SJ 9 4 4J G AndernA uilJealous 111 Arabian lOOSyDividend 102 C Marl3235JP lfs l55Khy 43 107 1 3 41 4 E S shire Ul Blk onWte 112HnPine 108JOLn 102 C 729 JP Ijg 150 ft 66 107 8 12 1212 J McCoy 12 PostHorn lllScySue 107LadyBasil 108 C aest orkout Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Won 71 1m l52sy Record for year to date 9 0 1 0 225 225WHO WHO OgdenTrainer KNOWS ME br g 9 1 1 O By Sir John Johnson Fantail by Ogden Trainer F J Boyle Owner F J Boyle Breeder T Piatt 30322 Tim 34 120 m 4910 120 5 J Josiah G Hobson 125 Daisy Belle 115 Always 110 30220 Tim 34120 sy 6 119 511 J Josiah G Hobson 11G BudBud 122 High Seas 114 29771 Cum a341lG ft S 1CS 45J W Parton G EdnaTruesdale 104i Compass lOSLisab 110 9515 Cum a 34 l13ft D3 J18 52 AV Obert 8 BudBud HSMsTitania llSFinisterre 113 89431 Cum 118latest a 34 l204hy ci 115 3 W Obert 8 RISpg HSRkSugar 115ChefdOvre 118 latest Workout Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Won WonRecord Record for year to date dateBROAD BROAD McGeeTrainer SILK ch c 4 no By Bondage Biddy McGee oy McGee HancockS0757 Trainer J F Patterson Owner J F Patterson Breeder A B Hancock S0757 Kgs 34120hy 22 103 615 G Wilams 9 BedfdDm lOGElIaRufuslloTveThtylOO 29954 11520G81 MH 34 121 by 20f 109 7 G Wilamsll Lure of Gold 115 Jibe 112 Bobs Best 115 20G81 Del 58 l07s 12 107 5 G Wilams 9 Arendal 112 Arabella 110 Foundation 111 27382 Kgs 34122riSl fij 102 5 3 G Wilams 9 PetitPnt 103FidyHonse 103Moultrie 110 27262 Kgs 111Latest 31 l20ft 2110 106 31 G Wilams 7 NovicelllOGMissBoyd lllKingWrack 111 Latest Workout Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Won WonRecord Record for year to date dateBONNY BONNY MillerTrainer BASIL ch f 4 1 07 By Basil Beth Miller by Miller Trainer W F Poison Owner Basil Manor Stable Breeder W F Poison PoisonJtu21aJJP Jtu21aJJP 1 150 ft 66 100J 6 9 8 8 AnrsonA 12 AsorCharliel07Becchwdl040ptimistll2 C C315G1 315G1 Lat 1116 146 ft 57 100 3 5 7 7 H Clemntal2 J Manzana 108 Onnp 110 Less K 103 31426 LF 1116151 hy 71 99 4 8 5 J 5 E Shpslie 8 Fire Chief 112 Sphere 112 Tea Tray 107 31335 LF 78 125 ft 67 100 7 6 651 7 F Halbert 12 Shasta Belle 93 Richu 10G Col Seth 103 31246 LF 110Latest J4112ft 107 99 8 10 10 7 F Halbert 12 Roycrofter 112IIonest 102Mint Toddy 110 Latest Workout Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Won 78 1m 14695 ft Record for year to date 1 Page 7 Tijuana TIJUANA TIJUANAThe The following charts were received too late for Mondays early edition Es 3fiB H EIGHTH RACE 1 14 Miles Golden Prince March 17 1929 202 5 112 Purse OtPO4JL 700 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 480 second 125 jtfar3029Tij third 65 fourth 30 Claiming price 1000 index Horses AWtPPSt = 4 1 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqniv Odd Strt J52183 FKED IJUBNEIi wii 6 107 3 3 43 i 2 1 lnt E Steffen A G Tarn 900100 900100SSSSSSHASTA SSSSSSHASTA SHEIK WB 4 107 6 1 G 4 31 2J 21 R Jones Button Barnes 1920100 1920100352G9BLUEFISH 352G9BLUEFISH WB 6 107 5 G 8J 101 81 31 31 W Barrett Mrs L Hector 180100 35188 OPEN HAND wn G 10S 9 12 91 5 41 41 41 G Woolf J Eckcrt D50100 35243 ESTR WEIDEL iv 5 101 10 10 10i Hi 10 52 5i P Garrity Border Westrope 143010C 143010C35243BARDALID 35243BARDALID I70010C35243ONEIDA w 8 103 13 14 14 12 12 = 7 6 D Hurlbrt W L Cordingly I70010C 35243ONEIDA VB 8 101 11 13 133 Sh 5 S 7J V Cooler J F Vaughn t 272F1NE MANNERS WB 5 106 7 4 1 J 1 H G3 8s J Wood J Lee t tJ5221 J5221 SEA FAIRY WB 7 108 2 11 lin 7 7i 101 S A Snider F Johnston i iS5269 S5269 HEROAKEL w 4 98 8 7 71 Gh 9 91 10s 1C Russell A Giboney 1170100 1170100352G9SHASTA 352G9SHASTA BALLY w G 103 1 6 12 9s II1 123 11s C Lyon W St Vincent 34SO10C 35272 ERIC WB 6 110 12 9 5J 13 13 13 12 H Louman E E Watson t 35214 AL HOTFOOT w 8 103 14 8 3J 33 6h HI 13 D Lyons Miss M Philpot 4280100 35214 CHIEF SABATUS w 5 108 4 2 2 14 Bled C Critclif d NuRCnt Bros 400100 400100tMutuel tMutuel field Time 124 48 114 141 206 Track fast 2 1TUTUEIS PAID EaUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS FEED DUBNEB 2000 840 480 900 100 320 100 140 100 100SHASTA 100BLTIEFISH SHASTA SHEIK 2040 1020 920 100 410 100 BLTIEFISH 320 60 100 100Winner Winner Ch g by Fayette Superlight by Superman trained by A G Tarn bred by Mr Philip M Walker Winner entered to be claimed for 1000 1000WENT WENT TO POST 431 AT POST 2 minutes minutesStart Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same FRED sameFRED DUBXER close up from the start got to the front after turning out of the back stretch and finishing gamely held SHASTA SHEIK safe The latter finished fast but could not get to the winner BLUEFISH was in close quarter for half the distance and was probably best SHASTA BALLY was sharply stretchScratched shut off on the far turn ESTHER WEIDEL was blocked in the stretch Scratched 33243Athelrain 105 35281 3Rockbomb 103 35237 The Falconer 100 35243 Fort Wayne 103 103Overweights Overweights Fred Dubner 2 pounds Biucfish 2 OCr 6O NINTH RACE 1 116 Miles Manchu Jan 13 1329 143 4 105 Purse 800 3 OJ Or terf yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 530 second 150 third 80 Mar3029Tij fourth 40 Claiming price 1500 Index Horses AVtPPSt lh Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt JuS573HOPUWAI w 4 112 81111 11 103 5 lns C CritChfd B C Sebum 540100 35089 2 TOM BYRNE w 4 105 10 S 7 V G 2 2 P Garrity Olson Carlisle 740100 35257 DUCK IT w 4 107 3 I 4 8 72 31 31 Z Hurlbrt A A Baroni 1050100 15257 THE WORLD w 8 107 9 4 3 2 1J Il 4 W Barrett P S De Voin 330100 35257 2TANGRAM w 4 107 5 9 8 5J 3 4J 51 E Steffen Debeque Parker 370100 37010035209SCOTSMAN 35209SCOTSMAN w 5 107 6 10 10 = 10 8 S3 6J D Lyons A Ross OSO100 OSO100352GS3IISS 352GS3IISS SOURIRE w 3 91 1 5 9 9 9i 9 72 K Russell Mrs E Petzoldt 1750100 35272 CHICK UP w 3 114 7 3 2J 41 5 7 8 H Louman Nugent Bros 500100 35222 PROSPECT w 5 104 4 2 I2 I1 2h 6i 92 J Wood J Lee 7620100 76201003520GHARBINGER 3520GHARBINGER w 5 107 11 7 51 GJ 11 11 10 C Lyon Mrs R J Howell t2930100 35258 HAZL BENSON w 4 103 2 6 42 102 11 J W Frye M Deatherage + tMutuel field Time 24 48 114 140 146 Track fast 52 MUTUELS PAID EGUIVALNT BOOKING ODDS ODDSHOPUWAI HOPUWAI 100TOM 1280 940 740 540 100 370 100 270 100 TOM BYRNE 860 600 330 100 200 100 100DUCK DUCK 100Winner IT 1080 440 100 Winner B g by War Shot Nellie Harper by Harrigan trained by B C Sebum bred by Mr C A Hartwell Winner entered to be claimed for 1500 1500WENT WENT TO POST 454 AT POST G minutes minutesStart Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameHOPUWAI HOPUWAI well ridden followed the others for a half mile was guided to an inside opening in the stretch and got to the front near the end TOM BYRNE raced wide in the stretch then got to the front but could not hold the winner DUCK IT was shuffled Dack early and weakly ridden was permitted to race wide on the last turn but finished fast THE WORLD and PROSPECT tired TAXGRAM tired after threatening on the Jast turn turnScratched Scratched 352142Starless 107 34730 Applecross 114 352092Piute 110 SSJlSSemper Felix 97 S02CS Van Ettisch 92 33258IGlassfull 104 35252sXelda Jo 90 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RICH STAKES CLOSE SOON April 6th Last Day for Entering Havre de Grace Fixtures Four 10000 Ilaces Harford and Philadelphia Handicaps and Chesapeake and Aber ¬ deen Stakes on Schedule HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 1 Gen ¬ eral manager Edward Burke of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association wishes horsemen to remember that April 6 is the day nominations must be made for the four stakes that will have an added money value of 10000 each gross about 15 000 apiece and pay their winners about 10 000 each to be revived here in the course ot the last fortnight of April These stakes are the Harford Handicap threeyearolds and over threequarters to be run April 15 Philadelphia Handicap threeyearolds and over one mile and a sixteenth to be run April 20 Aberdeen Stakes twoyearolds four furlongs and a half to be run April 24 and the Chesapeake Stakes threeyearolds one mile and a sixteenth to be run April 27 The Harford Handicap will be the saluta ¬ tory feature the Chesapeake Stakes the final the Harford Handicap winners Ten Point Springboard Tea Caddy Billy Kelly Ex ¬ terminator Star Master Blazes Flintstone Noah Triton Scapa Flow Croyden Shuffle Along Leopardess to beat Philadelphia Handicap winners have been Ten Point Slumber II Pennant Hauberk Billy Kelly Boniface Exterminator Spot Cash Leopardess Edisto Singlefoot and Canter Capable and famous horses that have been humbled in its several revivals since 1913 have been Adams Express Shackle ton Flittergold Waterbass Leochares Star Master Billy Kelly Star Voter Paul Jones Flintstone New Hampshire Spot Cash Canter and Scapa Flow FlowThe The Aberdeen Stakes most generously en downed of Maryland spring annuals for two yearolds has afforded opportunities for George Smith which afterward won a Ken ¬ tucky Derby Tippity Witchet Ormonda the mother of Osmand Paul Jones a Kentucky Derby and Suburban Handicap winner Care ¬ ful one of the fastest and gamest mares of her time Rock Man the smartest youngster of Maryland spring racing in 1925 also Sin ¬ glefoot Club Steak Rose Eternal and Click ClickFor For years Chesapeake Stake revivals have served as tests of the merits of Preakness and Kentucky Derby candidates Until last year it had an earlier date on the Harford calen ¬ dar Its running was pushed on to getaway day to enable more horsemen to get more good colts and fillies ready for it in bad seasons The impending revival very likely will bring to the post a bigger and better field than any the past has drawn because of the extraordinary mildness of this years March Save for a storm or so the weather has been like May or early June Of this good weather eastern horsemen have taken full advantage If the weather is as good through the last fortnight of April nobody will kick kickPaul Paul Jones unexpectedly beaten in the Chesapeake Stakes inaugural by Sandy Beal went out to Louisville and defeated Upset On Watch Cleopatra and upward of a dozen other good threeyearolds in the Kentucky Derby of 1920 Wildair finished third Care ¬ ful licked Star Voter and Nancy Lee in 1921 Bunting trimmed Lucky Hour in 1922 Barbary Bush and The Clown bowed TO Wilderness in 1923 Winners since that year have been Nautical Sweeping Away Rock man Whiskery and Bobashela Whiskery won the FiftyThird Kentucky Derby after defeating Sir Harry a Coffroth Handicap winner and Triton in the Cheasapeake Canter and Display the last named Preak ¬ ness victor followed Rockman home homeHeavy Heavy nominations are expected for these various stakes particularly for the Chesa ¬ peake and the Aberdeen There are plenty of horses of class of mature years but more good threeyearolds and promising twoyear olds than racing has had in years The nomination fee in each will be 25 the start ¬ ing fee 100 The Havre de Grace meeting which will follow the April meeting of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association at Prince Georges Park Bowie will be marked by a daily distribution of 11000 It will run twelve days The last of Marylands spring meetings for the current season will begin at Pimlico April 29 under the auspices of the Maryland Jockey Club to run thirteen days Keeney Officials' Plans KEENEY OFFICIALS PLANS BAYARD Fla April 1 President Frank A Keeney and vicepresident W E Ford Jr will remain here for several weeks to wind up the affairs of the meeting and arrange for some improvements at Keeney Park after which they will proceed to New York for a well earned vacation vacationPresiding Presiding steward Sam C Nuckols will go to his home in Versailles Ky to await the opening of the Kentucky racing season at Lexington LexingtonGeneral General manager William Dondas and rac ¬ ing secretary J S Wallace will leave for Lexington Steward E C Smith departed Sunday for New York while steward E H Snapper Garrison will linger in this section for awhile awhileTommy Tommy Daly who did the broadcasting of the races at Keeney Park left Saturday night for Bowie where he will be engaged in similar work Keeney Park Exodus KEENEY PARK EXODUS BAYARD Fla April 1 Following the final race at Keeney Park Saturday there was a general scattering of officials horse ¬ men and race followers Many of the stables were shipped to Bowie where the spring meeting opens Tuesday while others will be bound for Lexington Aurora and Akron A few will be sent to the New York tracks Send Fred Jr. To The Stud SEND FRED JR TO THE STUD LOUISVILLE Ky April 1 Fred Jr which accompanied two horses that J C Ferris sent to Douglas Park from New Orleans was taken to the farm of George J Long near Louisville where he will be bred to some of the Ferris mares and any outside stock that is sent to his court Workouts Key B Breezing D Driving E Easily H Handily O All out TT Eased up BOWIE Md April 1 Sundays training gallops were as follows followsBOWIE BOWIE Weather cloudy track slow 38 MILE 84Atla 38 b 76 Violeta 38 b 84 Apple Pie 37 b Vacate 38 o 84 Highld Fling 37 b Wickr Valley 38 b Little Imp 36o 12 MILE Air Chief 51 b 80 Intrepid 52 b 87 First Mate 54 b 83 Iraq 52 b 84 Fair Anitn 52 b Pagan Love 51 b 87 Fair Thorn 52 b 87 Sweet Lacruse 50b 58 MILE 76 Anaconda 105 b 87 Fair Bobl03b 87 Chairman l03b 86 Upton 107 b 34 MILE 87 Butter John l19b 49 Oddfellow 11120 b 87 Care Free 119 b Reform l17b S7Darco 120 b 79 Rme a Rsonl23 b 87 Flfy Rufflesl19 b 81 Scotch Mist l17b 89 Lady Marie l19b 87 Tester 116 b b89Mdian 89Mdian Queenl18b 77 Torch 119 b 87 One Cent 118 b 1 MILE 87 Crossco l44b 88 Golden Mac 150 b 87 Dtor Rankinl4G b 83 Hanky Rice 145 b 89 Gge De Marl44b 87 Kathleen Bl46 b 88 Gay Parisian 149 b 87 Sunny Saint 144 b Due to the fog it was impossible to time all allthe the horses 91 91BOWIE BOWIE Md April 1 Todays training allops included the following followingBOAVIE BOAVIE Weather clear track fast 38 MILE C8 Branch 3C b SO Dunlinetta 36d 89 CogAir 36 b 63 Epheslaii 36d 89 Crows Nest 36b 89 Easy Money 38 h 87 Clmrmartcn 37 h hCrasher 89 Edisto 37 h hCrasher Crasher 37 b 83 Flyg Dchmn 36d 89 Corporal 35h 87 Jack Grain 37 b 89 Sand Fiddler 87 Jack Adams Adams89Kai 37 b 89 Solace 89Kai Shek 37 b 89 Searcher 89 Mac Maxim 38 b 80 Sport Halhan 89 Miss Onine 36 fa 87TuttI Fruttl 89 Mayor Walker WalkerMaxiva 37 b 88 The Major Maxiva 40 b 89 Voodoo 88 Salta 41 b 1 War Eagle Eagle3G 89 Stand By 3G b 1 Wena 89 Sun Kin 37 h 12 MILE 89 Corbcau 50b Night Life 48 e 89 Encamp 55 h Nursery Rea 49 h 89 Fakir 51 b 83 Oakland 49 b bHoussain Houssain 52 b 80 Pagan Laddie 51h 84 Intense 49 e Sun Broom 49 h 79 Jake 51 h Sun Meddler 49 e 89 Kg Sols Seal 53 h G9 Wreckage 50 h 85 Levity 49h Ben Marshalll03 h 80 Pop Bell 105 b bSCChiclero SCChiclero 107 h 89 Rapidity 103 b bSSJoe SSJoe Engel l02b 88 Kevel 100 h 70 Lassa 105 b 82 Storm King 103 h hSOMySis SOMySis 103 b Stny Lnsmel04 b bMowlee Mowlee 104 e 89 Sambo G l02h l02hNearby Nearby 104 b 88 Turkeys Nkl02h 34 MILE OOAtla 118 b 85 Marion May 122 b 89 Brahman 120 b SSMilaria l23b 88 Castilian 117 h 4GMie BlcheIIl21 b 88 Corinth 116 h 80 Play Flower 120 b Era 124 b 88 Resourceful 121 b 89 Faddy 120 b 74 Rea 120 b 85 Frances Rockl17 h Sun Rock 124 b 88 Genial 128 b 83 The Doctor l15h 88 Harry Carrolll19b 85 Vginia Kelthl20 b 88 Hermitage 119 b 88 Watkinson 117 b 00 Iraq 117 b 78 MILE MILE87Deronda 87Deronda 131 b 89 Tiff in 130 b 88 Sans Terre 133 b 88 Thomaslne 131 b 1 MILE 89 Aromatic 149 b 88 Harry Beal 145 b 87 Backrope l47b 88 Merida 140 b 88 Drawg Boardl48 b 64 Orinonbird l4Sb 85 Equation 150 b 86 Polar Sea 150 b 88 Fire Rock 152 b 88 Red Pate 148 b 88 Mdle Templel50 b Shiraz l42b Will Reopen In December: Keeney Park Will Then Inaugurate Stake Program, President of Club Promises. WILL REOPEN IN DECEMBER Keeney Park Will Then Inaugu ¬ rate Stake Program Presi ¬ dent of Club Promises BAYARD Fla April 1 Keeney Park will have another meeting next December with increased purses and a program of stakes This was announced Saturday just before the close of the tracks first meeting by president Frank A Keeney KeeneyMr Mr Keeney said the initial undertaking had been quite satisfactory both from a racing and a financial viewpoint His statement in full follows followsOn On behalf of the Florda Jockey Club I desire to express deep gratitude and ap ¬ preciation for the splendid cooperation given by the merchants and citizens of Jackson ¬ ville and St Augustine in our efforts to re ¬ store thoroughbred racing in northern Florida and which has enabled us to give the people a season of high class clean sport The1 success that has attended the initial venture will spur us on to greater achievements in the future when we hope to make Keeney Park one of the Souths leading amusement centers centersWe We also are indebted to the horsemen and the press of the country for their willingness to cooperate We are planning a fall meet ¬ ing to open about the middle of December dates for which will be announced in due time There will be a substantial increase in purse values and the offering of quite a number of valuable stakes Hart Goes To Bowie HART GOES TO BOWIE LEXINGTON Ky April 1 Harry S Hart and Mrs Hart entrained for Washington where Mr Hart goes to take up the train ¬ ing of his big stable that was shipped from New Orleans to Bowie While here Mr Hart concluded preparations for the breeding of his mares and stallions this season and turned down an offer for No Regrets which is due to foal to Cliilhowee He did how ¬ ever price the filly to a prominent breeder and she may be sold before she foals Paradise Lost Promising: Trainer May Tells History of Wildair--Paradise Filly--Even Dozen in the Stable. PARADISE LOST PROMISING Trainer May Tells History of ofWildair Wildair Paradise Filly Even EvenDozen Dozen in the Stable NEW YORK N Y April 1 Bub May who recently returned from a holiday in southern Louisiana and took over the Mendham Stable horses which wintered at Belmont Park is enthusiastic over a two yearold filly Paradise Lost which he has in his care and training steadily This filly pointed out May is aptly named and one with a series of early handicaps to overcome which rarely befalls a foal foalParadise Paradise Lost is by Wildair Paradise and was bred and foaled at H P Whitneys Lex ¬ ington Ky breeding farm Shortly after foaling the dam died and the youngster was bottle fed She was the pet of everyone on the farm and never lacked for attention especially at meal times Word reached the farm that Near By a common work mare which had foaled lost her foal due to an accident The daughter of Wildair Paradise was given over to the mare to nurse The two immediately formed an attachment for each other The thoroughbred miss began to thrive and develop steadily She developed into an upstanding miss and attracted the attention of her present owner R H Wil ¬ liams when he was on a tour of inspection in the Blue Grass district The filly proved an easy one to break and is friendly to everyone who visits the barn barnMay May has an even dozen horses in his charge headed by the filly Lace This miss thrived during the winter and is in good condition Bird Catcher a threeyearold has been nominated for the Kentucky Derby and the Fairmount Derby He has shown May enough to enter him for the races Beyond that claims May his real quality is problematical Buys Steffen's Contract BUYS STEFFEN S CONTRACT CONTRACTTIJUANA TIJUANA Mexico April 1 The contract on jockey E Steffen one of the best jockeys developed at Tijuana this winter has been sold to Philip A Clark prominent Eastern turfman and the boy will leave for New York at the conclusion of the present meet ¬ ing Steffen unlike most of the apprentice boys now at Tijuana is well up hi years as riders go and is possessed of a good level head and a fine pair of hands His riding has been one of the outstanding features of the closing weeks at Tijuana and he should go far in the profession Expect Unna At Aurora: Manager Cliff Trimble Advises Horsemen Not to Ship Unless Assigned Stalls. EXPECT UNNA AT AURORA Manager Cliff Trimble Advises j Horcemen Not to Ship Un ¬ less Assigned Stalls AURORA 111 April 1 J Munheimer of Chicago who races a small stable in charge of trainer J Hanover was a visitor at the local track today Mr Manheimer was highly elated over the progress his horses were making after spending the winter at Wheaton WheatonManager Manager Clifford Trimble wishes to advise all horsemen whose stable application was not sanctioned by him not to ship here All stable room has been assigned and the barns that have been available outside the track in the past have all been leased for miles around All Horsemen not having stable room here ship here at their own risk riskWord Word was received here that H Unna who in partnership with A Bartelstein of Chicago owns the Coffroth winner Golden Prince is shipping here As may be recalled Golden Prince was purchased near the close of the racing season here from T M Botts the amount at that time not being made public Golden Prince is by Golden Guinea out of the good mare Round the World which raced with quite a degree of success along in 19101112 being the winner of thirty races racesJohn John Owens who raced quite a pretentious stable throughout the West some years ago arrived by plane from New Orleans Mr Owens contemplates the purchase of a few horses this summer summerThe The horses of H Dougherty were recent arrivals from Tijuana They included the following Silent Lil an Thistle Gold Mor dear Two Pals Blue Rose Your Majesty Silver Queen Beauty Star and three two yearolds yearoldsThe The horses of W W Fox who races under the nom de plume of the Mountain Stable and a newcomer to these parts also arrived This stable contained Ann Curtis Volt Sea grave Lord Douglas War Bells and Rose Murphy All are reported to have shipped in first class condition conditionR R A Dick Leigh one of the officials at the local course was an arrival from New Orleans Mr Leigh was accompanied by his son who has taken up aviation at the local port portAl Al Plack who trains the horses of C N Lewis Kansas City sportsman has made application for stall room and says he is ready to ship in a few days These horses have been turned out all winter and include the good horses Big Sweep and Jack Haskell Twin Foals By Man O' War: Colt and Filly from Guess Work Said to Be Well Formed and Thriving. TWIN FOALS BY MAN 0 WAR Colt and Filly From Guess Work WorkSaid Said to Be Well Formed Formedand and Thriving LEXINGTON Ky April 1 Miss Eliza ¬ beth Daingerfield reports the arrival of the following foals at Faraway Farm and Hay lands Stud At Faraway Farm on March 24 Guess Work by Star Shoot foaled a chestnut colt and chestnut filly by Man o War The foals are reported to be perfectly formed and thriving thrivingEtoile Etoile DOr half sister to Escoba and Mars foaled a chestnut filly by Man o War and Miss Smith by Georgo Smith foaled a bay colt by Golden Broom BroomAt At Haylands a bay filly by Morvich Mornins Mornin property of Miss Dainger ¬ field chestnut colt by Morvich Mormaw property of Benjamin Block bay colt by In ¬ finite Plaid property of Miss Mary West Daingerfield and a bay filly by Last Reveille Mary Sullivan property of John Buckner Leading American Jockeys LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS The end of the winter meetings finds G White the leader of jockeys for the year to date He has fiftynine winners to his credit one more than A Robertson who however had considerable more mounts than White which is reflected in the percentage column L Trimble W Barrett M Knight T Mai ley and L Jones are others who figured prominently at New Orleans Miami Havana and Tijuana since January 1 to and including the racing of Saturday March 30 Jockey JockeyWhite Mts 1st 2nd 3rd Unp PC LW White G 272 59 32 28 153 22 0 Robertson A 318 58 53 59 178 17 0 Trimble L 244 53 41 38 112 22 0 Barrett W 267 52 37 30 148 19 8 Knight M 304 50 Cl 50 143 16 C Malley T TJones 208 48 45 43 132 18 0 Jones L 297 47 34 37 179 16 0 Townrow R 183 42 24 19 93 23 0 Douglas F 31 46 ISO Lyons D 290 36 45 36 173 12 Shropshire E 244 36 35 136 15 DePrema R 10 35 19 28 108 18 0 Woolf G 226 34 37 22 133 15 2 2McGinnis McGinnis P 205 34 37 34 100 17 0 Jones 0Jones R 300 33 33 28 206 11 3 Steffen E 227 33 27 in 148 15 8 Mann F 163 32 24 22 83 20 0 Leischman R 217 31 24 29 133 14 0 0Halbert Halbert F 183 31 22 23 107 16 0 0Watson Watson 1C 243 31 29 24 159 13 0 0MeDermott MeDermott L189 30 31 26 102 17 0 0Schenk Schenk A 274 28 30 31 183 10 0 Trivett T 351 2G 2GOMalley 37 237 07 OMalley J 199 24 24Pascuma 33 109 12 Pascuma A 108 23 14 18 53 21 0 0Coltiletti Coltiletti F 93 22 18 12 43 23 0 0Allen Allen C E 133 22 21 19 72 16 1 1Hurlbert Hurlbert D 255 21 16 21 197 08 1 1Convey Convey J 87 21 13 12 31 24 10 10Shelton Shelton J 108 20 10 20 58 19 0 0Leyland Leyland J 132 20 14 21 77 16 0 Promising Two-Year-Olds PROMISING TWOYEAROLDS LEXINGTON Ky April 1 Howard Oots is training at the local track for Robin A Smith well known enthusiast of Cincinnati three very promising twoyearolds which Mr Smith acquired at considerable cost at the local sales last fall They are Over ¬ board a bay colt by Paicines Elizabeth M Ungrateful a bay colt by Paicines Attilia and a chestnut filly by Ballot Utopia The latter is a full sister to Isostacy while Over ¬ board is a half brother to Scotland and Prince Charles Overboard and Ungrateful are eligible for the Idle Hour Stakes to be run here May 4 and other Kentucky and Illi wois features