Futurity Conditions of 1918 Public, Daily Racing Form, 1915-12-12


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FUTURITY CONDITIONS OF 1918 PUBLIC. New York. December 11. — SeiTetary A. McL. Ear-•v-ker of the Westchester Racing Association has Ifeied eutrv blanks inviting nominations for the Fit tm-itv of 1918. By arrangement with the Coney Ii-land Jockey Club this famous race for juveniles Mill hereafter be ■ feature of fall racing at Bel-iii« ut Park. . — , , — „ For -ts 1»1S renewal the Westchester Racing Association will add .«00 to the subscriptions and Stirling fees. Of this amount it is provided that the nominators of the first, second ami third horses shall receive 750. divided .*mhi to first. $.100 to sei-oud and *2W» to third. The conditions of the race call for a subscription of each, or only 0 if the money be scut with the entry, for marcs covered in 1915. and a further subscription of 0 each for the produce of such mares unless struck ont by No-veinlier 1. 1917. or 00 unless struck out by July 1. 19ls. Each starter wiU be required to pay 50 additional, all of which shall go to tlie second and third horses. The second horse is to receive 00 of the added money and two-thirds of the starting fees, while 5 i of the added money and one-third of the starting fees will go to the third horse. The residue will go to the winner, and in view of the expansion of the thoroughbred breeding industry" now going on iu this country, it may lie expected that the race will l.e worth more to the winner than it has been iu recent years. Monday. January .:. has been named as the date for tlie closing of nominations for the race. Its distance will be three-|Uarters, as hithertu.

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