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SPLENDID PROGRAM FOR TORONTO. Seven Races of Liberal Value Carded for All but Closing Day, When There Will Be Eight. Toronto. Ont.. May 5. — Seven races a day for the first six days of the meeting and eight on the seventh and closing day make up the imposing program for the meeting of the Ontario Jockey Club. May 21 -2s. On the last day there are two steeplechases and one every other day or eight in the seven days of racing. Entries for the Kings Plate and the other stakes will be announced shortly. The first days program includes the Kings Plate of an estimated value of M.M3 and the oldest fixture run continuously on this continent: the Scarboro Steeplechase Handicap of added: the Minto Stakes of ,000 added and four overnight races each of the vain- of «o added. For the second day there will lie the Prince of Wales Handicap. ?l.oco added: the Liverpool Cop. .i Hi added: the Coronation Stakes. 00 added: the Athol Steeplechase. ii added, and three overnight purses of tH added. The Victoria Stakes. ,200 added: the Woodstock. Plate. . hhi added: the Woodbine Steeplechase. ,500 added: the Queens Hotel Cup handicap. MM added, and three MM overnight races wiil make up the card for rhe third day. On the fourth day there will be tlie Breeders Stakes. .ooo added: the Helter Skelter Steeple-ebase, MM added: the Leamington Handicap. 00 added, and four overnight purses of 01 each. The King Edward Hotel Cold Cup: the Aintree Steeplechase handicap. MM added, and five overnight races of oO each make up the fifth days card. The Maple Leaf Stakes of ,000 added: the Tallv-ho Steeplechase. added: the Waterloo Handicap. 01 added, am! four MM overnight races are programmed for the sixth day. The closing days card will be made up of the Toronto Cup. ood added: the William Hendrie Memorial Handicap. .MK added: the Street Railway Steeplechase handicap. ,200 added: the Stanley Barracks Cup. a hunters steeplechase handicap of added, and four overnight purses of MM each. It will lie seen that the entire program is constructed along lines that should assure a glorious term of racing. The monetary offerings are exceedingly liheial throughout and doubtless will attract some of the best horses in training in America. J. E. Seagrams horses were shipped from Waterloo to Woodbine yesterday. Trainer Littlefield has twenty head in charge. The four-year-olds. Pearl Fisher an 1 Tolb-ndal will probably lie the Kings Plata reliances of the Waterloo stable. Tollendal was seeonl to Shiinonese in last vears race ami Pearl Planer is perhaps a little better than the Tod.lhigton colt. He is certainly a better work horse.