Nominations for the Metropolitan, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-24


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NOMINATIONS FOR THE METROPOLITAN. Now Yoi-k, January 2:5. The nominations for the Metropolitan Handicap, one mile, which is to lie the chief feature of the Westchester Racing Associations spring meeting at Belmont Park, assure a contest in keeping with the traditions of this noted race. The entries are as follows: Adams Express Gail Ringling Addie M. G. M. Miller Roamer Aldebaran Gordon Robert L. Always First Hedge Rock View Ambrose Helen Barbee Sandhill Andes His Nibs Scrapper Bard of Hope Holiday Sickle Beethoven Humiliation Sir John Johnson Borrow Iron Mask Spearhead Brave Ciinarder Leocliares Stromboli Buekhorn Lochiol Superintendent ISuskin Mater Surprising Cabaret Meeting House Swaiuianou Charlostonian Mirainiclii Tartar Don. Macdonald Montresor Ten Point Karlv Rose Mr. Sniggs Thornhill Eastern Star Nightstick Tranid Figinny Oldsen Uncle Jinmiie ITittergold Old Bon Vandergrift Flying Fairy Old Rosebud Vulcain Foundation Pandean Watermelon Frederick h. Punch Bowl Wilhite Gainer Republican Yankee Notions Vulcain, one of the five horses named for this race by August Belmont, has been racing in France witli distinction. He is a four-year-old son of Rock Sand and Lady of the Vale that was foaled in France. He ran unplaced in the French Derby last season. The Belmont Stakes will be the most important race of the meeting for three-year-olds. Its list of eligibles is as follows: Addie M. Gordon Song of Valley Andes Hollander Sosius Andrew Humiliation Spearhead Anytime Jezail Stake and Cap Ben Quince Luke McLuke Stromboli Black Broom Northerner Superintendent Captain Burns Old Ben Surprising Charlostonian Old Rosebud Thornhill Defendum Pennant Thought Reader Karlv Roso Punch Bowl True as Steel Figinnv Roamer Trumps Flittergold Robert Oliver Uncle Mun Forum San Vega Vandergrift Gainer Smiley Watermelon

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