Windsor Opening Today: Attractive Card Of Seven Races Provided At Track Near Detroit.; Report Gains Circulation at Canadian Course That H. D. Brown Has Sold His Interest in Laurel Track to James Butler of New York., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-16


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WINDSOR OPENING TODAY ATTRACTIVE CARD OF SEVEN RACES PRO VIDED AT TRACK NEAR DETROIT Report Gains Circulation at Canadian Course That ThatH H D Brown Has Sold His Interest in Laurel LaurelTractf Tractf to James Butler of New York Detroit Mich August 15 Tlie second and final meeting of the Windsor Jockey Club for the season of 1913 is scheduled to begin tomorrow A splendid program is ottered for the opening with the D B I Windsor Ferry Co Handicap as the feature The conditions will for a dasli of one mile and a sixteenth anil Avhile the Held is small it is evenly Jialanced The conditions augur well for keen sport About 450 horses are on hand and many of the Kentucky stables will wind up their racing in Canada for the season with the Windsor meeting Quite a few came from Saratoga this morning and more are expected tomorrow tomorrowFive Five stakes will bo run during the meeting those aside from tomorrows being the Essex Handicap the Canadian Handicap the St Clair Handicap and the Windsor Stakes to each of which 1500 will bu added addedThe The stables of Hohert Davies and John AV Schorr which departed for Saratoga at the conclusion of the Fort Erie meeting will return to Canada for the meetings at Montreal and Toronto Both stables have Futurity eligible in Southern Maid and Van dergrift and it is said that both owners fancy the chances of their youngsters in this most important twoyearold fixture The form shown by Old Rose bud and Pennant apparently has not frightened either Mr Schorr or Mr Davies and it is said that trainer Nixon of the latter establishment would welcome a public trial for the Futurity and that Southern Maid will IK a certain starter in the pro ¬ posed special race which the Saratoga Association is endeavoring to arrange arrangeA A story is being circulated here to the effect that H I lirown has dis osed of his interest in the Laurel track to James Butler of New York That Cjegotiations have been carried on for a transfer of IK Brqwns interests In the track to other parties lias been rumored but it was supposed that A M Orptn of Toronto would take over the stock It is said that Mr Drown vrilj devote his energies to 111 development of a winter racing point possibly Charleston CharlestonFred Fred W Gerhnrdy the assistant secretary and clerk of the scales at Windsor has associated him ¬ self with several other Detroit men in the purchase of the Empire Theater in Cleveland Mr Ger hardy will assume an active part in the management of the Empire and will probably devote most of Uis time In the future to his theatrical enterprises

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