Declared Out of Stakes: List of Horses Marked Out of the Withers and Belmont, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-11


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DECLARED OUT OF STAKES LIST OF HORSES MARKED OUT OF THE WITHERS AND BELMONT. Fifty-one Dropped From the Former Forty-seven From the Latter — Annual Meeting of the Jockey Club Thursday — New York Gossip. By Ed Cole. New York. Jan. 10. — There have been fitty-one horses declared out of the Withers Stakes, to be run at Belmont Park this year, and forty -seven out of the Belmont. The appended list will give an idea of the horses not considered worthy by their owners of any further fees for eligibility to these races. Nearly, if not all of the owners mentioned in the list, still have entries left in the two classics, those stricken out being the culls of their respective stables. Following are the list of declarations: The Withers. Fifty-one Declared at 5. K. D. Alexanders Sunlight. August Belmonts Almandite, Sandusky and Rock-port. Beverwyck Stables Dreadnaught. Slant Hugh Brownes Wardog. James Butlers Counsel. Clifford A. Cochrans Kobo, Carnival, Phantom and Queen of the Water. Captain E. B. Cassatts Buokboard and Dirigible. W. B. Coes Tarquin. Farimond and Black Eagle. Frederick Johnsons Spear Lance, Canterbury, Tales and Sanscrit. Robert Kellys Kalmia Park. W. S. Kilmers Saint Glory. Andrew Millers May Hempstead colt, and Town Hall. Nevada Stock Farms Wild Irish, Minnow, Plucky Chap and Mont Blanc. Oneck Stables Reprobate. Quinoy Stables Babcock, Jimmy Burns, Barry Shannon, Burlingair.e. Three Cheers and Comrade. Theodore J. Smiths Flotsam IL, Sargon II., Whitney Belle. Ed Garrison and Crack oDay, John Sanfords Lonato. H. P. Whitneys Hard Cash. Cudgel. Bullion, Clean Up, Yivid. Bonnie Witch and Bubble R. T. Wilson. Jr.s Navarre. Manuchen and Firing Line. Edward F. Whitneys Intriguer. The Belmont. Forty-sf ven declared at 0. K. D Alexanders Sunlight. August Belmonts Almardite, Sandusky and Rock-port. Beverwyck Stables Dreadnaught. James Butlers Lively, Bally and Counsel. Grant Hugh Brownes Wardog. apt. E. B. Cassatts Buckboard and Dirigible. Gifford A. Cochrans Kebo, Queen of the Water and Beaverkill. W. B. Coes Tarquin. Frederick Johnsons Spear Lance, Canterbury Tales and Sanscrit. Robert Kellys Kalmia Park. A. K. Macombers Carmello. Andrew Millers May Hemstead colt and Town Hall. Nevada Stock Farms Amalgamator and Mont Blanc. Quincy Stables Babcock. Jimmy Burns, Barry Shannon. Burlingame. Three Cheers and Comrade. Theo. J. Smiths Flotsam IL. Sargon II. , Crack oDay and Ed Garrison. John Sanfords Lonato and Achilles. H. P. Whitneys Hard Cash, Cudgel. Bullion. Clean Pp. Yivid. Bonnie Witch and Bubble. D. T. Wilson. Jr.s Navarre, Mannchen, Firing Line ami Glanaginty. Jockey Club Meeting Thursday. The Jockey Clubs annual meeting, which is to be held on Thursday, will be a lengthy one. probably lasting until late in the evening. There may be an adjournment for dinner. New rules will be the principal subject under discussion and there may be a few changes of minor importance from those proposed by the rules committee, which wore published in the Bacihg Calendar and Daily Racing Form two weeks ago. Drastic changes are improbable, the general comment on the proposed changes being favorable. Louis Martine has a half dozen good horses in his barn at Gravesend. Although some of them have recently been ailing, all are now healthy. "I have a colt by Plaudit — Ivabel which I think so much of I have insured him for ,000. Some colt, if I mistake not. Several of my horses had distemper and a high fever for several days. I think the malady was brought to Grnveseiul by one or two noises that were bought at one of the recent sales, but they are recovering and the trouble will sooii be stam [ied out. "Jack McGinnis lost a fine colt a few days ago when Kens died. He was a colt McGinnis claimed from Gifford Cochran. All the other horses appear to be in good condition at Gravesend." A. .!. Davis has thirteen horses doing winter work at Jericho, Long Island. Twelve are jumpers and one a yearling. Mr. Davis says he schools them frequently, the ground being soft in his district. "1 think I shall have some good jumpers lor next season," said Mr. Davis. Maxey Ilirsch. who trains for Congressman George W. Loft, as well as having one or two horses in iiis barn belonging to other owners, says there are more horses at Belmont than were ever there before during the winter. "Some look mighty good," said Max, "but there are a number which are not much." Mr. Ilirsch is one of the horsemen who believe n the enforcement of the rule barring two-year-olds from being raced in early spring and winter. He beUerea there wenld bo a groat improvement in the American product if the first two-year-old race was not run until June 1 every year.

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