Novel Stake for Windsor: Conditions Of Series Of Events For Canadian-Bred Racers Are Announced.; Possibility That Surplus Will Be Carried from Year to Year and Finally Won by a Horse of Superlative Quality., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-24


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NOVEL STAKE FOR WINDSOE CONDITIONS OF SERIES OF EVENTS FOR CAN ADIANBRED RACERS ARE ANNOUNCED Possibility That Surplus Will Be Carried from Year Yearto to Year and Finally Won by a Horse of ofSuperlative Superlative Quality Windsor Out July X The conditions of ti unique and valuable stake or rather of two stakes in i continuous series are anuouuced by the Windsor Jockey Club ClubThe The Windsor Double Kvciit is for horses foaleil anywhere In Camilla this year HIM It will be possible for i horse to win 4000 in addition ft the accumulated payments of three years If both vehts are not won by the same horse there will be sflOOO carried over and added to an equal amount for the following year so that the race will become one of enormous value and an en ¬ gagement in it will give a Canadianbred opiwr tunity to win vastly more money than in any other fixture tin the Uanadiau turf The announce ineiit runs as follows followsWindsor Windsor Double Kvent 4000 and two silver plates for Domlnionbreds foals of 1913 to be run duriug the year of 1115 as twoyearolds and llli threeyearoldsDivision as threeyearolds Division of Moneys 1300 silver plate and 50 ier cent of the subscription fees up to the time of running first event for twoyearolds 1500 sliver plate and all the remaining subscription fees for threcoearoldsShould threcoearolds Should both events be won by the same horse such horse will receive the additional 1000 but should both events not be won by the same horse then this 1000 will be carried over and added in addition to a similar stake of the same value to be opened under the same conditions in each succeeding year and all such surplus will go to the winner of both events eventsPayments Payments 5 payable at the time of entry September 4 1913 10 July L 11J14 then year ¬ lings 15 January 1 lJir men twoyearolds St January 1 1910 then Threeyearolds 23 additional to start hi each event All payments iinirtt be made when due aud failure to comply with same renders entry declared out outFirst First Half Double ITveut To be run in 1915 For tv ijgar ilil8 The Windsor Jockey Club to ndil JfJjSlW and a piece of plate to which Is added 50 pur cent of the subscription fees up to time of running this event and ail the starting feos of which 00 ro the second horse and 150 to third Winners of a race of SI 200 and winners f three races 7 pounds penalty Nonwinners of two races allowed 5 pounds Maidens 10 pounds poundsSecond Second Half Double Kvcnt To be run in 1110 For threeyearolds The Windsor Jockey Club to add 1500 and a piece of plate and 1000 additional If won by the horse winning the division of this race run for as twoyearolds To which Is added the remaining 50 per cent of the sub scriptlon fees the additional fee and the starting fees For threeyearolds of which 00 to the second horse 150 to the third horse aud 100 to fourth Winners of a race of 2000 value to carry 5 pounds penalty Xouwinners of a race of 1000 value allowed 5 pounds throe races of any value S ixiunds Maidens 12 pounds One mile and one furlong furlongBreeders Breeders attention is called to the rules of the Canadian Racing Associations and of the Jockey Club regarding the registration of foals Foals must be registered with the Canadian Racing Asso ¬ ciations Toronto National Live Stock Records at Ottawa and with the Jockey Club of New York YorkOriginal Original nominees are requested to tile the iiicessarv transfers in writing with address of

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