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WILL CONTINUE PIPING ROCK RACE. New York, November 11. A number of the present owners of horses that have been racing during the year, and known as Piping Bock two-year-olds, have expressed a desire that races for this special class of horses be continued one year more. With this point in view, representatives of the various clubs that, hold hunt meetings have been consulted and all agree that it will be an excellent plan to keep the present Piping Buck two-year-olds racing for auotlter year, aud agree to offer races for them as three-year-olds during the spring and fall meetings of 1914. The Piping Hock Racing Association lias expressed a willingness to offer a liberal purse for the spring and fall meetings at Piping Roek, 1914. The United Hunts, Meadow Brook and Rockaway Racing associations also expressed a willingness to offer purses for this special class. The Piping Rock Racing Association suggests a race at the spring meeting of a mile aud a sixteenth and in the fall meeting of a mile and a quarter. In order to create an owners purse for the same it Is suggested that owners desiring to subscribe to these races for the year 1914 pay for each horse 0 by December 1, 0 by March 1, and additional to start in the spring meeting and additional to start in the fall meeting at Piping Bock. The purse so created to be divided, spring aud fall CO er cent, to the winner, 23 per cent, to the second horse and 15 per cent, to the third horse. Weights, 120 pounds: winners of any one of the races for Piping Rock two-year-olds in 1913, five pounds extra; winners of two such events, eight pounds extra. The committee in charge consists of Frederick Johnson, W. R. Coe and Allan Pinker-ton.