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. ! Mil I C.l I. GOOD HORSES IN WINDSOR STAKE. Detroit Mich.. June 15. --The Frontier Handicap 1 will have the place of honor on Ihe program for r the opening day of the Windsor Jockey Clubs meeting, July 15. It will !«• the thirteenth run ning of the fixture, for Which there are fifty three nominations. The list of horses embraces the ln-si known of the handicap performers on the Kentucky, . i Canadian and eastern tracks. Last year the stake • was wmi bv Hubert Davies First Sight in 1:51%, . which is close to the record for one mile and an 1 i eighth al Windsor. Finishing third to First Sight i was Buskin, the winner of this years Metropolitan Handcap at Betaaoal Park. This furnishes an ink Miil: of the class of starters in the leading stake • liMuie .f the early meeting across the river. It [ ■ lake a good horse to win the Frontier. That there . Will be no exception to this rule at the annual running - next month is shown by the class or entries I received by the Windsor Jockey Club. First Si-,-lit. . lioii«-rail. Flora Fina and Kingly, all starters in the ■ race last year have been again named for the • even! but "none of the sharps would declare any one of the group possessed more than an outside • chance of winning the ,000 plum. Among the ■ entries will be found such performers as Luke M.-I. uke. Waterbasa. David Craig, Cabaret, Night stick. Tactics, Hodge, and others, that have lieon racing racing well well since since the the season season Opened. openeu.