Kentucky versus Canada: Entries For Frontier Handicap At Windsor Are Almost Evenly Divided.; Clash of Racers from Two Circuits Adds to Interest in Meeting--Excellent Program Provided for the Opening Day., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-16


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KENTUCKY VERSUS CANADA ENTRIES FOR FRONTIER HANDICAP AT WIND ¬ SOR ARE ALMOST EVENLY DIVIDED Clash of Racers from Two Circuits Adds to Interest Interestin in Meeting Excellent Program Provided Providedfor for the Opening Day Detroit Midi July in The first summer meet ¬ ing of the Windsor Jockey Club which Is scheduled to begin tomorrow promises to eclipse In point of Importance any given in Canada this season with the possible except toil of that at Toronto A greater number of horses are hore than were it any of the oilier tracks on the circuit and the addition of some 200 racers from Kentucky will lend addeil zest to the sport There are more good horses here than were at Fort Erie or Hamil ¬ ton and the addition of the best riders that were at racingA Latonla will also help to improve the racing A splendid program of seven races is provided for the opening llesides the Frontier Handicap value 3500 a sixfurlong allowance race which brings together the best sprinters on the grounds is offered as an attraction Large tields are named in all but the first race which is a dash of live furlongs for twoyearolds A great number of Kenttiekians are here many of them having decided to nice in Canada until Saratoga racing begins The track is in splendid shape and with other condi ¬ tions in keeping a recordbreaking crowd is looked for tomorrow tomorrowThe The Frontier Handicap lias brought out a field of eleven Milton B and Flora Fiua will be coupled as the T W Johnson entry while Ilusy and High Private entryAirs will run as the Adair Baker entry Airs L A Livingston Ijas sent over some of her best horses from Hamilton to participate in the meeting and it is expected that the Livingston racers will show to better advantage over the Windsor track as they did not fancy the deep going at Fort Eric Kingly lias been named to go In the Frontier Handicap and many shrewd horse tneu who have watched his trials look for him ro cut an important figure in the outcome The race will be a battle between Kentucky and Canada Llx of the eleven carded are from Kentucky while Rlio riiiiHliiing live have been racing on the Canadian circuit The result of the race will give one a good Une on the relative merits of the horses from both sections sectionsJudge Judge Charles F Price and Starter A B Dade are the latest arrivals All of the other officials have been on the ground and the staff will be the same as that of last year Frank Brnen who will assist in the management of the financial end of the meeting is here from Latonia and Sam Par mer who acts as paddock judge arrived from Ten ¬ nessee a couple of days ago A agoA number of improvements have been made not ¬ withstanding the fact that the plant was practically rebuilt last spring and the improvement that will probably be most appreciated by racegoers is the completion of the asphalt road that has been laid from the top of the ferry hill to the gates of the track trackIt It Is expected that close to fifty layers will be in line tomorrow Mortimer Mahoney who is in charge of this department lias applications from almost that number numberJohn John G Greener former owner of Olambala and Countless is here for the meeting Mr Greener has made it a point not to miss a meeting at Windsor He arrived from Nashville yesterday and at the conclusion of the Windsor season will prob ¬ ably go to Saratoga SaratogaWalter Walter O Partner has decided to dispose of his Kdenwold crop of yearlings at private sale this year The youngsters are already here and negotia ¬ tions have already been opened for the purchase of some of them by the horsemen here hereK K II Bradley J B Bespess T P Hayes Wayne O Joplln Jake Marklein L H Adair Will Wal ¬ lace W W Harden and John Walters are among the Kenturkians who are here for the meeting Jockey meetingJockey Lounsberry changed his plans about going to Porter Ind and instead signed to ride for Captain II II Kmmons He departed with the hitters SaratogaWillie stable for Saratoga Willie Martin lias obtained first call on Jockey Montour for the Windsor meeting Martin who has H Watts under contract was informed by the officials today that the apurentice allowance had Ixeii taken from Watts for the reason that he is not of the proper age At the next meeting of tlie stewards of the Canadian Bacing Associations a rule will be passed prohibiting jockeys from em ¬ ploying agents The idea is to force the riders to have the trainers of their employers or their employ ¬ ers themselves attend to their outside engagements It is expected that this will eliminate some undesira ¬ ble connections which it is said have been re ¬ sponsible for much of the scandal at some of the recent meetings meetingsThe The riders who are here from Kentucky include Krderis 1 Callahan T Koerner McDonald Goose W Andress and B Martin

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