Highbridge to Reappear Today, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-16


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HIGHBRIDGE TO REAPPEAR TODAY. New York. May 15. — One of the largest entry lists 111 the history of the hunt meetings has been received for the United Hunts Racing Association events to lie run at Belmont Park Terminal trick tomorrow, and the quality of the horses is much above the standard for meetings of this kind. Some of the best steeplechasers in training have been named for the Queens Open Steeplechase Handicap, and this race will be of special interest, as it will mark the return to American racing of High-bridge, which went to Lnglaud for the Grand Rational two years ago. Highbridgo failed to negotiate the Grand National course. Among the horses he will have to meet ou Saturday is F. Am arose Clarks Peregrine pickle, which was Imported last fall and won the Tuckaway Steeplechase Handicap .11 the United Hunts meet. Ballet. The Lvader. Footlights, Astute, and Judge Walser are other well-known chasers ill this race. Another tine lot of jumpers is entered for the Greeatree Steeplechase Handicap for hunters, for Which Mrs. Payne Whitney has given a 50 cup. Indicator. Ben Cabell. Octette and Gold Plate, all winners this spring, are in this event. There are sixteen entries for the Piping Rock Subscription Handicap. Including Harry Payne Whitnevs Some Kid. F. Ambrose Clarks Babisa. C. K. G." Billings Peg o My Heart and W. R. Coes Election Bet. There are six events carded and the smallest entry is for the opening dash, in which nine may go to the post.

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