Architecture out for 3rd straight win

April 04, 1992|By Ross Peddicord | Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer

Howard County Cup winner Architecture goes for his third straight timber win tomorrow in the John M. Begg Memorial at the Marlborough Hunt Races at Roedown Farm in Davidsonville.

The 7-year-old gelding, owned by Baltimore investment adviser Chick Owens and ridden by his 17-year-old step-son, J. W. Delozier, won his seasonal debut at Warrenton, Va. Two weeks later he won at Howard County.

Eight horses were entered to run against Architecture, including Radnor Hunt Cup winner Kilamery Boy and Patrick's Butler, the maiden timber winner at Howard County. Both horses are owned by George Mahoney Jr.

Capital K., who fell at the third fence in the Maryland Hunt Cup last year, is also among the Begg entries.

Racing secretary Marilyn Ketts said 115 horses were entered on the nine-race card. Two races, the maiden flat and maiden hurdle, drew so many entries that they will be split into two divisions.

Post time for the first race is 12:30 p.m. Ketts expects a crowd of 6,000 to 7,000. Call Norma Coffren at (301) 627-2298.

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