Grand Race in Prospect: Kentucky Derby Nominations Fewer than Last Year, but High in Quality, Daily Racing Form, 1916-03-12


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GRAND HACK IN PROSPECT ] KENTUCKY DERBY NOMINATIONS FEWER THAN LAST YEAR. BUT HIGH IN QUALITY. i All the Eastern and Western Stars of 1915 Entered, . Along with English and French Bred Candidates. The Kentucky Derby of this year did not receive ;is many whuMlM as did that of mat year, i Thou there were sixty-eight entries, whereas tliis ] few there arc bat titty-six. There is a : good reason for this falling off. There lias ; Bern gaser*] knowledge of the intention f I the powerful eastern stables to send their heal i west to run in the forth i ining Derby. This lias ] had a deterrent effect on owners who otherwise i Weald have tuU B a chance. It is not a matter of any particular coi. sequence, except in the wax of affecting tin- value of the race. The main thing, 1 the thing that v. ill captivate the pabUc imagination i and conduce to a tremendous outpouring to view the contest, is that about every desirahle three-year- ] old of the year has been nominated. Twelve of the i entries are English aad 1*1 each-bred three-year-olds, with tie- high-class Clnpporbill and Star Haul; included. It la unite evident that II. I. WhMney is entirely witling to repeat his success of last rear and. to that end, has made a i emarkaldo entry of seven of his winners in 1915, inrtoding the twe ctara, Thaaderer and Dominant, it is to he noted that I.romo la entered in lis name, from which it may he inferred that he has purchased that good colt Iran Mr. L. S. Thompson, other eastern owners represented are .lames Batter, W. B, Coe, Vox- hall 1. Keeiie. Clarence • Mackay. YV. I.. Oliver and John Han ford, most of whom are newcomers, so far a1 Louisville racing is concerned. Mam a young In rso falls by the wayside each year, when subjected to the searching test of hard training. This -peculation concerning the plolialulitics ol the Herhy futile at this time. Iherc is. however, apparent the probability that the Whitney stable will furnish the favorite Al .. the possildlity that the Kentucky Derby of 1916 amy he contented I j the greatest held numerically in Ms long history. In tin- meantime its list of iiigh- chiss en trie • is as I itton •: it. I.. Baker ft Va.e eh. c. Kin? Gorin, by Trans vaal — Ethel Simpson. U. I.. Baker and Co.s eh. g. Hops, by Bastings —Crimea. T. C. Bradley » Co.s 1 . c, Big Smoke, by Dak* of Ormonde —Gold Lace. T. . Bradley ft Co.s eh. c. Poefelchoo, by Stalwart — Miss Ieggy. B. H. Bradleys b. c, Desmonds Day. by lies. Btoad Palmy Daj -. E. It. Bradleys b. c, Blind Baggage, by Sain— Lore N"t. .1. Butlers b. c. Spur, by King James — Auntie Mum. I. B. CUrtl h. c Bank, by Mint— Miss Blair. I-. I . Crigiers br. c, Ureeawood, by Marathon — 1resentation. V. K. Coes h. e. Neville II.. by Joe Chamber- lain— Kale Angelo. V. U. Unas eh. e, Mustard, by Golden Maxim — Bit of Spice. W. B. Cobs eh. c. White Hackle, by Star Sh ot — Mttrv Talbot t. w. r. Ciscos b. c Boffaker, by Dick Welles— Oatwai. J. i. Greeners eh. e, Cosmic, by Countless — Mi .sen. T. P. Hayes- b. e. Kinney, by Dick Welles — Lady Btrathmore. J. B. Baggln Estates eh. c Votary, by Voter— Brstaajr. II. c. HaUenbeeks br. e, Meadoworth, by Sain — Jennie J. W. ;. Ktag-Uodds eh. •. LabeiekL by Ferule — English Esther. f. V. Keeue a br. c. Churchill, by Sweep — Lamp Girl. J. Lams-leas ch. -. Candle, by Charles Edward —Torchlight. .1. Livings! ms b. c. 1elrenia. by Pojjmilai — Laeroana. J. Livingstons h. c. 0 b ml Vcnaie, by Picton — Shy iissie. J. Livingstons ch. g, Baaward, by Bantoi — Ed-wardine. J. Livingstons b. c, lh mo, by Cicero -Flear- ctte II. J. Llvlngst-ns h. f. Julia I., by ilarrlgan llim ess 1 ulano. Milam ft Levy*! b. c, J. J. Mind .ck. by Contestor — Grotesque. I. J. Milletfs br. c. Jack ODowd, by Peter Pan —Lauretta Burke. T. C. McDowells ih. g, checks, by Marathon— M i is id a. J. E. Madden8 ch. c. Gillies, by Ogden— Golden Drop. c. H. Maekays b. e, Baff afllenr, by Meddler— Ballantrae. c. 11. Mackayi br. c, BaprM Gaalois, by Babalais — Guulre. M. c. Moorei b. g, Glpsey George, by Dick Weih - — Animosltj . . K. Macombei- b. or br. c, Hesperus, by Sun--tai —our Lassie. A. K. Macombers b. -. Star Hawk, by Banstar — - Sweet lilicll. A. K. Macombers ch. c, The Cock, by Poassin — Voli dyovski Wise Saw man . F. J. Nolans Beverwyck Stable eh. c, Lena Mlsua, by Kin- la lies Gatien Belle. . I.. Olivers br -. Bd Bond, by Mint La H tta. J. W. Parrishs ch. c, Bulse. by Disguise— Xetber-0 I. . Parristi ft Rodgers ch. e, Dr. Moore, by Disguise — l.ardell.i. A. 1.. Sogers Ch. •. Heir Apparent, by Blues — Uoya Lady. J. W. Scl„; - br. _-. Hick Williams. i,v Did; Fianell - Annie William-. .1. II. Btampcr, Jr.- ch. C, Prince Harry, by Mc ice -White Plume. J. H. Stamper. Jr.s b f. Ethel May. by McGee Irginia Moore. .Ii-s- Spencers blk. c. BUwkle Daw, by Transvaal—Mary Day. j. Sam .id- blk. e George Smith, by out of lit 11 b — Collslle!.. I I. J. Banf rds eb. g, si. Isidore, hy Iaidor — Onaga. ;. VTingtields b. c, Skeer Face, by Hippodr me — Fleeing Venus. H. P. Whiic jrs ch. i. Thaiideier. by Broomstick — Jer.-ey Lightning. H. I. Whitneys br. c, Dominant, hy Idhi— Dominoes. If. I". Whitnevs b. c. chicle, by Spearmint Ladj Hamburg II. II. P. Whitneys . c, Bromo, hy Broomstick -Loaj unara. H. I. Whitneys b. g, Slipshod, by Burgomaster Slippel-. II. P. Whitneys ch. c. ClapperbiU, by Thrash— As res. II. P. Whitneys ch. f, iiansa. by Hamburg • Hiitsv F. j. s. Wards b. e. Dodge, by Jim Gaffney Plora Willoimhby. .1. s. Wards cb. c, Prauklbi, by Jim Gaffnej Ulidiug By. I

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