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CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL STALLION RACE. Ip to the beginning of the present week there was little in the way of public racing to throw Ugh on the probable result of the Btrnggle foe the rich National Stallion Race, but the uncovering of Colin. Mas.pie. Den Fleet and Bar None has somewhat simplified the situation, these, with such previously displayed JliaaiJll H as loyal Vane, Smoker ami King .lames, being named to contest the decision of the event. It w.i~ noped that Chapullepoc. Colder Pearl and Burgher might be sent to the post, but it apneara they are to he reserved lor the numerous equally valuable, or richer, stakes to come up for decision later on. Of those named lo go, smoker w on the Juvenile Stakes at Belnionr Park May 11 over a muddy track, five furlongs in IKMi, with 117 pounds up. Royal Vane won the Hudson Stakes at Graves-end. May 23. live furlongs in 1:881, with 113 pounds up. P.en licet defeated Masque by a head for a Belmont Lark purse at four and a half furlongs in SB May 28. The track was slow, hath carried CIS pounds and it is their only start. King .lames has not won. but in the race just referred to it was a case Of three heads with Ben Fleet. Masque and King .lames. Colin wen a purse at Belmont Park. M iv 2!l. live furlongs in 1:01. with lid pounds on his back. it was his debut, as it also was of Bar None, which was second to him by two lengths and himself eight in trout of the third horse. The small field con. luces to good racing and there should be i capital eenteet this year, with plenty of room for each starter to do Ms heat unhampered by interference. The National Stallion Race will have its tenth running this ve.ir and its record is as follows: Tear. First. Jnefeej i. Wt. Second. Wt. Third. Wt. Val. Time. IPB8 .lean Bereaud T. Sloan.. 11.1 Glenbelni lis Miller lis 5,302 .Y.i 1839 Pupil 0dom..l22 Hi- Royal Highneaa. ..112 Valeaia 117 14..V27 :5SJ 1900 Boniiibert N. Tnrner.. 122 Bellario 122 Golden Age ...122 15.352 ion, 1901 Canard OConnor. .122 Carroll D 117 McDowell 122 11.155 1:01 1902 Mizzen Bullman . . 1 17 Dalesman 117 l.ensonluirst ...122 lo.s::7 ■.:,: phi.: Magistrate Bullman . . 122 Palmhrarer 119 I. lidas 122 12. is:: :.-,s 1904 Tanya Shaw. .119 Belle Stnaae 119 Rlandj 122 lo..»7". .s. p. to:, liisi Water !■. ONeill. .122 Clark Criiliih 117 Vendor 12*2 p.sT.i 1 :it::; lOOtt Charles IMw.n.l ...W. Miller. .122 Superman 117 IT* Miind 122 S.os:; :.-, ».; Pun at Morris Park prevkttM to 1905. The National Stallion Stakes is a race for the progeny of stallion* nominated twenty months in advance of iis running. 0a Friday, September 15, 1905, the folktwiafi Ihirtj nine Ma Moots were aomia ated for the race of today: Octagon, Hastinga, St. Blaise, [icnrj of Navarre, Pen Straane, Griffon, Handspring, Glenhefant, Toddington, GoMen Garter, Goldaanih, Maxlo, Montana, Royal VhMh in., star Buby, Gerolatein, Watercress. Bathampton, Kinlev Mack. Dicudonne. Mimic, ••nuiiando. P.en P.rusli. Goldereat, Ogden, Plaudit. PJanndca, Beqaital, Knight of the Thistle. Buck Maaaie, Hamburg. Sand riu-liam. Blues. lOthelbcrt. Miller, Yankee, Prime of Melbourne. Disguise and Nasturtium. The noinin atOTS of the firs; named thirty-two stallions paid Sr.o each and tin last named seven .1 each, liecause these seven had not sired a winner prior to Deceasher 15, 1906. Thus the BObacriptions totaled |1,T75. One-half of this sum will go lo the owner ot the horse winning today: |443.75 will go to the nominator of the sire of the winner. 98225 to the nominator of the sire of the second horse and |1TT.5Q to the nominator of the sire of tin- third horse. tn Friday. December 15, It45j 221 of the get of these thirty-nine stallions were nominated for the race of today. December 15, Ptott. eighty-seven were declared out at |70 each and forty at So ea -h. April 2D. Iftfi7. twenty live were declared out at 0 cadi and nine at i?l" each, leaving sixty eligibles to start today on a payment of 09 for colts and geldings and 86 for fillies, or stay out of the race on the payment of *i»l for mils and geldings and SMit for fillies, so it the seven horses go to Hk» tost today, the race will be worth .s|2.ti1n. than: from ninations of stallions. ..77.".: from lfil declarations. ,955; from fifty throe non-starting eligible- thirty-nine colts and fourteen filliesi. ,784; from seven starters all coltsi. ,12«. and the Westchester Ba.ing Association adds .$:.. omi. Deducting the ffjBT.50 for the nominators of the sires of the Kfet, aeeead and third banes, the remainder is divided: $ i. i22..- 0 to the winner; . 1.2 M to the second horse. 98 lo tin third horse and ,888 to the nominator of the winner.