Old Rosebud for Saratoga.: Nominated in Several of the Important Stake Fixtures at the spa., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-17


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OLD ROSEBUDFORSARATOGA NOMINATED IN SEVERAL OF THE IMPORTANT STAKE FIXTURES AT THE SPA. Moscowa Is Also Named for the Long Distance Events — Madden Big Nominator — Throe Juvenile Stakes Receive Over 200 Entries Each. New York. Match 15.— F. Ambrose Clark has made an entry in the Saratoga Handicap for this year. His candidat- is Soothsayer, an imported three-year-old son of Dark Ronald— Arietta II. Jefferson Livingston, whose stable did so well at New Orleans luring the winter months, has named bott Colonel Yennie and Royal II. for the Saratoga Handicap, while Diamond and Bullion are named iu the fixtures exclusively for three-year-olds. Diamond is also named for both the Alabama and the Travers. Frank Weir has named II. C. Applegates good gelding Old Rosebud in the Saratoga flsadtfap. as well as the cap, Cbamplain. Merchants and Citizens and the Delaware. J. O. Keenc has nominated his long-distance performer. Moscowa. in the Saratoga and other handicaps, ami the Saratoga Cap. Katenka and Yermila are iiis nominations for the Alabama. He has named nine baported fillies in the 191J running of the Alabama, whip- he made a like number of imported nominations for the 1919 running of the Travels. John K. Madden is represented in the Saratoga Handicap by Defease, Hendrie, Milkman and Gillies. The master of Hamburg Place also took out a sub scription in the Saratoga and is the heaviest nominator in the Alabama and Travers for 1918 and 1919. For the Alabama be has named nineteen for 1018, and eighteen for 1919. For the Travers his nominations are four in 191S and twenty in 1919. William I. Orrs fast sprinter Leochares will be seen at Saratoga. Trainer John Bowers has named him for the Delaware Handicap. Other nominations made by Bowers are Harry Shaw and Portlight. Entries are now all iu for the Saratoga Stakes. The following comparative list will show the increased interest in thoroughbreds and racing: Two-Year-Olds. Events. 1917. 1911;. 191.-, Inited States Hotel Stakes 204 130 103 Grand Tnion Hotel Stakes 203 130 101 Bpiaaway far fillies ISO tag 73 The Hopeful 209 128 110 The Grab Bag Handicap subscription 75 " 38 Saratoga Special I subscription 39 33 27 Adirondack Handicap 100 124 84 Sanford Memorial 170 129 87 ilaab 105 144 84 Albany Handicap 154 137 75 Troy selling 114 91 52 Kentucky selling 75 72 31 For Three-Year-Olds. Events. 1917. 1910. 1915 Huron Handicap 83 48 35 Saranac Handicap 108 55 41 Mohawk selling 72 54 37 Beaeca selling 05 48 33 ravers so 04 39 Alabama for fillies 55 35 27 Kenner a new stake 80 For Three-Year-Olds and Over. Events. 1917. 1910. 1915. Saratoga Handicap 91! 71 58 Saratoga Cup 71 !! 34 Cliamplniu Handicap 102 07 12 Merchants and Citizens Handicap. . 98 59 52 Delaware Handicap 125 89 04 Am terdam selling 97 as, 5,, Catskill selling 91 75 50 Totals 2.941 2.092 1.448 To be run in 1918 then three-vear-olds : Travers, 179: Alabama for fillies. 138. To be run in 1919 then three-year-olds: Travers, 222: Alabama for fillies, 149. All the prominent turfmen, east and west, are included in the following list of nominators to the various stakes of the Saratoga Association: K. D. Alexander Oscar Lewisohn Mrs. L. Arlington George W. Loft A. L. Aste James T. Looney Archibald Barklie - B. Mathcny Aagast Belmont J. W. Hay E. R. Bradley Bdward B. McLean Mrs. R. L. Breeder James Mi Mnnus Grant Hugh Browne Mrs. S. McNaughton James Butler Andrew Miller J. Byers William B. Miller Blackacre Farm Marrone Stable Bov rwyck Stable Nassau Stable J. N. Camden Thomas V. OBrien apt. B. B. Cassatt W. B. Orr Gifford A. Cochran Oakridge Stable W. IC. de Oneek Stable James W. Corrigan Ral Burr Cleveland Stable W. Banish Crown Stable Schuyler L. Barsons F. B. Better H. L. Pratt F.lkv.ood Bark Stable Quiney Stable Win. II. de Gumix ns A. A. Beilly J. G. Ores ear Samuel Ross Glen Biddle Farm John W. Schorr Greentree Stable A. C. Schwartz H. C. Halleubeck Morton L. Schwartz Fmil Hetl L. C. Smith 11. H. Hewitt A. Stafford Charles F. Hill Sunset Stable F. B. Hitchcock L. S. Thompson Frederick Hoaaasaa T. B. Thorae A. Humphries. Jr. Ldward F. Whitney Mrs. W. M. Jeffords IL 1*. Whitney A. Johnson George I. Widener "Mr. Kershaw" Joseph K. Widener Willis Sharpe Kilmer Richard T. Wilson Kentucky Stable Wickliffe Stable J. J. Leonard

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