Belmont Park Terminal Programs., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-04


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EELMONT PARK TERMINAL PROCRAMS. The Initid Hunts Baciag Aaaocfal I ion. at it meeting in New orL Iriday. adapted the foltowiac programs for its two days of racing at I-elmon! Park Terminal: First Day, May 12. First Baa — The Turf and Field High Weight Handicap, for three-year olds and upward; one mile. Second liaee— The Creenhedge Steeplechase, lor hunters; two miles and a half. Third Race— The Preparatory Handicap Steeplechase; about two miles. Fourth Rac — The lnited Hunts Double Event. Handicap Steeplechase, for four-year-ohis and upward: ahead two miles. Fifth Kace--The lloitcful Steeplechase, for maid ens and winners of one race, four -year-olds aud upward: about two miles. Sixth Kace The South Shore High Weight Handicap, for three-year-olds and upward. To lie ridden by officers of the 1nited States army or gentlemen riders; one mile and a quarter. Second Day, May 17. First Race — The Hamptons Selling Steeplechase. for four year-olds and upward, the winner to be sold at auction for ?1.MKI; aliout two miles. Second Kace — The Timber Toppers Champion Chase, for hunters; about four miles over a timber course. Third Race — The Great Fnited Hunts Handicap Steeplechase, for four-year-olds and upward; about two miles and a half. Fourth Kace — -The Masqneraders Handicap Steeplechase, for hunters; about three miles over the brush course. Fifth Kace— The Terminal High Weight Handicap, for three -year-olds and upward, to be ridden by officers of the United States army or gentlemen riders; one mile. Sixth Raee — The Hopover Hurdles, for three-year-olds and upward; about two miles over hurdles.

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