Belmont Park Once More: New Yorks Grandest Track Opens for Its Fall Meeting This Afternoon, Daily Racing Form, 1915-09-01


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BELMONT PARK ONCE MORE : NEW YORK S GRANDEST TRACK OPENS FOR ** J. ITS FALL MEETING THIS AFTERNOON. _ t Bonow an.i Sam Jackson Among Those Named to 1 Contest the Municipal Handicap — The Broad- , hollow Steeplechase Also an Attraction. of I Sew Vn.k. Angus! 31. Willi the promise i per- I feel autumn weather and a fast track tin- program provided III- the opening ilay of the Westchester Kai lag Associations meeting should resell in ex- 1 cellenl sport. Horsemen ami race-g ten nllke an- glad to bo bark at Belaoual Hark, as the uncertain condition of tin- Saratoga traek rendered it difficult lor traineri to gire their charges necessary work j ami also canned upsets in form. Stables that have pinned a busy rail campaign will start operations at this meeting, which will be followed bj continuous raring in Maryland until November 30. Chief Interest in the autumn meeting of the Westchester Baring Association of course centers in the ] running of the historic Futurity, which is to lie decided Saturday. There are sixty-sis eligible*. ] ottl of which a high-class held of starters will be drawn. The Whitney stable this year has the prob able favorite for the event ill Thunderer, a brother of the unbeaten Regret. While this son of Broom- , stick ami . leis,. y Lightning has only started once, he won in a manner which stamped him as a good eolt. Broino. a xtablemate of Thunderer, is also regarded as a Bkolv starter. The Blkwood lark i Stables Cclnndris. si hi she start, will have a following, as he has raced in grand form all t hi- | year. The Futurity this year promise n to be worth more than last year, when Trojans share, as the winner, was SlCOHl. Tomorrows program has as i t s res tare the Muni- ; j cipal Handicap. which carries a guaranteed value of j the distance beiug one mile and a una ill l , with Hi. now. Sain Jackson. Stromboll, Gainer and ] The Finn na 1 •• go. fin- BruadhoUow Steeplechase Handicap u ill prorhlc a contest between the jumpers, with - ■■veil carded to start. The lis; of , -takes for tin twelve days racing at Belmont lark are nuusually attractive and horsemen Bare been pointing their stak« performers for these events. Wlii!" some of tie- minor stables will get a resi ntilil the opening at Havre de Grace, all the nasal , horses in .he different divisions will I..- seen in 1 actiin at I.elu.out lark. and the aulumn meeting, which is to be inaugurated to morrow, will equal, if not excel, any meeting held on the metropolitan 1 circuit ilii- year. Belmont lark workouts Monday on a muddy Hack were: Adroit— Three-eighths in 38%. i i Iioirow -Mile ami a quarter in 1:43%, 1:50%, 2:19%. Broino in -Seven -eighth- 1:27. Pa. ndea n — Three-quarters in 1:23. Sain Jackson Mile in 1 :-».:. Slumber II.— Mile and an eighth in 2:03%. slip shod -Three qnarters in 1:10%. Thunderer — Seven-eighths in 1:27. True as steel — Three-quarters in 1:17. Work-outs this morning over a Band track were: Blue Thistle— Mile in 1:48%. !!■ rax Three quarters in 1:22. Coquette — Three-eighths in 41. I evil Fish Three-quarters in 1:21%. Kdith Baumann— Three-quarters in l-w Hedge Mil.- in I 18 Hester Pryunc Three-quarters in 1:23%. Ilonsemafal Three-quarters in 1:17%. Little Dipper— Three-eighths in 41. l.ilv Heavens— Three-quarters in 1 .-... Little Nearer Half mile in ."1. Mary Warren Mile in 1:49. Moonstone Three-quarters in 1:28%. Ioineii- Bleu Three-quarters in 1:19%. Ilk Tin c- ip.arter- i.i 1:17--.. PlllillX Tlllee ipiallers ill 1 :_ ;. Kunes — Three quarters in 1 :-.n. Saiseiei -Three-eighths In :.. -.. Katnruux Half mile iii 50%. Sir William Johnson Half mile in 53. Sir Uenrah Hall mile In 32%. Solon Half mile in 81. Tartar Three-quarters in i :L»i:-.-.. The Masqueradei Thice eighths In 41. Ygnola — Three ■ qnarters in 1:19%.

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