All Ready For Action At Windsor.: More Horses at the Track Than Ever Before and Many Good Riders Present., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-27


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ALL READY FOR ACTION AT WINDSOR More Horses at the Track Than Ever Before and Many Good Riders Present Detroit Mich June 2i An excellent program has been provided by the Windsor Racing Associa ¬ tion for the opening of its summer meeting tomor ¬ row There are seven races on the card which in ¬ cludes the Frontier Handicap one of thaannual fea ¬ tures of Windsor racing The plant has been placed in splendid condition for the opening There are close to 1000 horses on the ground and in the stables surrounding the course Several strings ar ¬ rived from New York during the past few days while fifteen carloads got in from Hamilton and ten carloads from Montreal Among the easterners who came on are William McKinney R E Watkins and the Ximnier stable The ollicials are all here and include Joseph A Murphy and Francis Nelson who will act as judges John Morrow who will till tlie position of paddock and patrol judge ami starter A 15 Dade The meeting will run until the open ¬ ing of tlie New Niagara Jockey Clubs midsummer meeting at Fort Erie ErieLargo Largo fields are named to go in all of the seven races and in the Frontier Handicap eleven have ac ¬ cepted Martin Doyle and Ellicott are top weights and are rated by tlie handicapper within one pound of each other Iliacko gets in with the lightest impost There are more good riders here than ever before among the jockeys being Nicol Shilling Fairhrother McCabe Murphy Rollins Francis and Ulce UlceFrank Frank ONeill received word from Fred Burlew this morning that he would ship to Canada all the horses he has in New York with the uxccptlini of Chapultepee and Augelus Chapultcpec will be turned out until fall while Augelus will be turned over to John E Madden Frank ONeill will train the horses lip here while Burlew will go to France to look the sport over there It is understood that he has an offer to train for a prominent French turfman and if conditions are satisfactory he may accept acceptGerald Gerald I a promising twoyearold in the stable of William Shields died this morning of lung fever The colt was taken sick en route from Montreal to Windsor WindsorSo So heavy have lKen the applications for stable room that the management has been unable to find accommodations for all the horsemen who wished to race here All the available stables within a radius of a couple of miles of the track are rented and even this extra number of stalls was found to be iusutUPient to accommodate the horsemen horsemenIt It F Carman telegraphed Secretary Partner that hi has shipped fourteen of his string from New York to Windsor The good lightweight Guy Burns will accompany the stable

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