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SARATOGA STAKES ENTRIES ALL RECORDS BROKEN TOR NOMINATIONS THIS YEAR— SIXTY-EOUR ALREADY IN. Scventy-Eivc Nominators Registered in Stakes — John A. Drake Will Return to American Turf — Names Twelve Yearling: Colts for 1919 Travcrs. New Ynil. March 14.— Entries for tin- Saratoga stakes closed .vs| •niny and all re-cords wore broke* in point of ambers. In tlic Saratoga handicaps tbere MP already sixty -four nominations. Mori will i-nic in the biter mail-. Other stakes have filled oiiparntivcly well. There are seventy -five different iioiniii. iters registered so far in the several stake eveatu. Tliis i- the largest nambet ever recorded. The fotknriai are the entries already received for the Saratoga Handicap: Acahado Dnettiste Regret Airman Fornrock Rickety AUhkk I ri in.! ma Po-inu-V Auaauee Harry Kelly Bcarpia II. I.Mllad Hells Bells Skeptic Hi Uringer Haarlem Solly Borrow Hwfa 8prilIf Wheat Breene Irory Blaeb Spur Broino lack Mount stromboli Barlesqae Jock Scot Sw:m 9mmx Bntterseotch II. Lena Misha |-|1, Betalan II Campfire Lively j],,. j.-ilm Chicle Maintenant The Knocker Chiclet Midway Ticket Clamis II. Naturalist Torch Bearer i tumbtae Webrnahi Traction Conduit Neviile II. Trevtsco Crimper Old Koe-nig Trouble Fete Cudgel Oration Tumbler Daddy Long Logs Inncsilal" Vmgnm Daddys Choice Passing Fancy Deer Trap Philippic .lohn A. Drake will return to the American turf. though at the time Phil Chinn made purchases for i. mi abroad, it was announced that the maehaaea had beea made for the American market. Mr. I ~ Deafca id- nrncii twelve jrtiTlhnj colts for the 1119 running of the Travels. He has also named a filly for the raaaiac eif tin- Alaliama of 1919. The sires represented in his hand are: Light Brigade, St. Amant. Barley Dale. sunbright. Uaagwm, Mara- ja. Greenback ami Cantib ver. Subscriptions for Saratoga Special. The following inhsi i Iptteaa have been received for the Baratosa Special: Subscriber. No. Babscriber. Kn. H. I". Whitney -J Wickliffo Stable 1 Gilford A. Cochran .. 1 Schuyler L. Parsons.. 1 Jumna E. Widi lie:- ...2 sir. Kershaw 1 .lames Batter 2 1. N. Camden 1 August Befaaont 2 Richard T. Wilson ... 1 Andrew Miller 1 Morton I.. Schwartz.. 1 E. R. Bradtey l Wiilis Bharpe Kilmer, l John W. Se-horr 1 Beverwyek stable ... 1 Grant Hugh Browne.. 1 w. it. Cae 1 George W. Loft 1 I.. C. Smith 1 Edward B. McLean ..1 A. A. Beillv 1 H. C. Hallenbeck 1 ltal Parr 1 .laii.es ifacMunaa 1 Cant. E. B. Casaatt.. 1 James Corrigaa 1 There are SOB ■ f the most liberal nominators still to be heard from. A. K. Macomber. who has been one of the largest nominators in all of the Stakes, that bare already been closed by other associations, i- .mi of them. It is safe to assume that he will nun" from a dozen to fifteen in the Saratoga Handicap. He will also be well reure-seated in all of the other important fixtures. John K. Madden will m ml a big list, principally of two-year -olds. Jefferson Livingston is another who will be liberally represented, c. K. «;. Billings ami riederttb Johnson will also send along a goodly list. Arthur B. Hancock will nunc sereral in the two-year-old fixtures and Major Thaanaa C McDow-dl always saahes virion- stake entries at Saratoga. Others t" be beard from are Hal Price Hcadley. George -I. Long, .lohn Banford, who always has put his best foot forward at Saratoga; .1. O. Keine. Richard V. Car an a, George Wtngffc Ids Nevada Stock Farm and a number of others that have always been wi 11 represented at Saratoga. The return of the Travcrs and the Alabama to future stakes has nut with saoal wonderful aac-eaas ami with the etaaing of these stakes for 1917. 191s and 1919. at once restores tliem to old time importance This year there have already been received fifty-nine in the Travcrs and forty-three in the .Manama, against fifty four and thirty -five respectively last year. Put the nU-importnnce of these -take- is shown in tne response lor 191s and 1919. The Travels -how- 1511 fur BUS. Moth the Ttavera and the Alabama will particularly be swatted by the nominators still to be heard from.