Windsor Stalls In Good Demand.: Horsemen Making Reservations for Meeting Scheduled to Open on the Coming Saturday., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-12


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WINDSOR STALLS IN GOOD DEMAND Horsemen Making Reservations for Meeting Sched ¬ uled to Open on the Coming Saturday Detroit Mich August 11 Judging from the requests for stabling reservations that are pouring in Secretary Walter 0 Parmer thinks there will be no lack of horses for the Windsor second meeting that commences next Saturday In fact the demand for accommodations would tend to the belief that the management will be confronted with conditions similar to those existing during the first meeting when it was found necessary to engage outside stabling In order not to disappoint horsemen horsemenThe The growing importance of Windsor as a racing center and its popularity among the horsemen makes it imperative that at least one hundred addi ¬ tional stalls be constructed and it is the intention of the management to have these ready before the season of 1914 rolls around The club lias sufficient space within the race track enclosure and will not have buildingsTrack to seek outside room for the new buildings Track superintendent Sam Parmer is busily en ¬ gaged in assigning stall room to the early arrivals and although the meeting does not commence till next Saturday there are already approximately 100 horses on the ground ready for the call of the bugle on the opening day All of the horse already on the grounds are in line condition and ready to race and the veterinary reports there is not a single case of sickness among the thoroughbred colony This condition has always been characteriestic of Wind ¬ sor the track having aluays been a favorite train ¬ ing ground for horsemen owing to its healthy sur ¬ roundings With the close of the Fort Krie meeting on Wednesday the inoveintnt towards Windsor will commence in earnest and by opening day it is estimated there will be 550 horses on the grounds groundsThe The purse offerings for the forthcoming meeting will be fully up to flu standard set by other tracks mi the circuit Five valuable stakes ure to be decided during the seven days of racing and all of these events are rich enough to attract the cream of the handicap division of horses The Kerry Han ¬ dicap value 2500 stands out as the topnoteher In the list of stakes and it has among its entrants a fine class of horses None of the purses In tin overnight handicaps and selling races are worth less than 500 while many carry values of iOO and 700 700The The usual seveii races will be offered daily and the same highclass officials who served at the lirst meeting will be back for the second meeting meetingJudges Judges Charles F Price and FrankNelson will be in the judges stand while A B Dade will again send the fields away Fred Gcrjiarily will be the clerk of the scales and Sam Parmer will again act as paddock and patrol judge judgeAll All in all the indications for the meeting are most encouraging and everything points to its being the best meeting ever conducted in this part of tlio Ionntrv

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