Sport: At Rye

Many a man has made friends with milkwagon horses between the hours of 3 a.m. and 6 a.m., but who would dally with such nags in broad daylight? John McEntee Bowman, potent hotelman, would and did. A year ago, he took Popover from between the shafts of a milkwagon and had him trained to jump fences. Last week, Popover won second prize in the open-to-all jumping class at the distinguished Westchester County Horse Show in Rye, N. Y. The Flirt was first.

Dazzle, a magnificent chestnut gelding of the Vesperland Stables, was pronounced Champion...

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