National Stallion Stake Changes, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-08


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NATIONAL STALLION STAKE CHANGES. Heretofore the fees for nominating stallions to the National Stallion Rare have been 0 each, or only 5 for a stallion that hail not sired a winner, but the Westchester Racing Association lias changed the conditions so materially and on such novel lines- that new interest attaches to the event and its value must be considerably increased from this source. Resides this the added money is raised from $.-,000 to ,000. Tile new special conditions of the national Stallion Race of 1909 reads follows: "The twelfth National Stallion Race for two-year-olds foals of 1io7. The progeny of stallions who madand the season of 1900 in the United States or Canada. Stallions to be nominated on or before midnight of Tuesday, October 15. 1!07, upon the following terms: Stallions whose progeny won In the United States or Canada in either 1901. 1905 or 1900 an aggregate of 00,000 to pay 50 each; of 50,000. to pav 00 each; 00,000. to pay 50 each; 5,000, to pay 00 each: 0,000, to pay 0 eacli; under 0,000 to pay 0 each; "untried stallions to pay 0 each. lint in any case, stallions who themselves have won the Rel-uiotit. lirooklyn Derby, Lawrence Realization, lirightou Cup, ireat Republic, American Derby or Annual Champion if carrying weight for age or more in any of these races, to pay at. least 00: of two of these races. 50; of three or more, 01. Imported stallions not to he entered in any cast? for less than 0 and, if they raced or have had produce in the United States or Canada, to come under the foregoing conditions, if thereby they incur n larger fee than 0. Winners of "the Two Thousand Guineas. Derby. SI. I.cgcr. Prix du Jockey Club, Grand Prix de Paris or Prix du Conseil Municipal when carrying weight for ago or more, to pay 50; of two of these races, o0; of three or more, 50. A winner of a foreign weight, for age or condition rare or .,000, to pay 00, if not incurring a larger fee by any of the foregoing conditions. Of the subscriptions for stallions the nominator of the sire of the winner to receive thirty per cent; of the second twenty per cent; of the third, ten per cent. The remaining forty per cent, of the stallion subscriptions to go to the owner of the winner."

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