Increase In Tijuana Stakes And Values.: More Feature Races and More Money Will Be Offered at Far Western Track Next Winter., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-22


view raw text

DTCBEASE IN TIJUANA STAKES AIID VALUED. I J More Feature Baoaa Bad Moro Money Will Be Offered at Far Western Track Next Wir.tcr. By J. B. .I.ffery. Baltimore, lid., Hay 21.— Jack Mkia, who is close!., a-soeirii. d with James W. OoflTroth in connection with the specanthre cad of racing .-it ! ijiiana. has just received word from Mr. C iff roth ia nlitioii to plans for next winters r icing at that Lower C.diorni.i track. Ia order to attract a better claaa of birata than heretofore, Manvg.-r CofTroth has .lecided to increase t„. st-,k,. offeriogs. in Baaaberaad la value. There will ;..■ tea stak ■ iuste;iil of the sis ft end last season. The value of the OoflTroth Baedicap, one mile and a qaarter, win be increased from ,090 to ,000. The r.u-i lleaa Baadicap, cue mile and a sixteenth,! will be naereased from vSO0 to ?:;:« and the A. B. .pre. kels Handicap, seven eighths, to ,000. Ihe rem. lining :.cven stak-s wiU al! be of ,500 vain* and wdi embrace the Dwpee Haadicap, on mill- and a aixteeath; tie- Baja California Handicap, ••ne mile .Hi.i Yd yards; the Ciiihhous" Handicap, ! seven sad one !-.|| furlongs; tie- Los Angeles Haadicap, three -qaartera; the Coronado Belling Stakes, one mile sad a alxtoeath; tin- Tijuana] SciMng Stakes, three-qanu-ters, and the Wiacfield Haadicap, fir two year-osda, to he run in lie- ! ceaaher, Ihm naaiteiw It has been decided that the meeting will open i either on Thanksgiving Day or the Saturday pre ceding i; and that bookmaking on the open ring | plan, with a nominal fee fur bookias, will be the m-ilium for apecal Bttoa. i The Tijuina track is now being reaoOed and its stabliaaj capacity is being bstrtaatd by the eaa-slru.-tion of lH additional stalls. H. P. Whitneys Borrow Training Well. Word conies from the Hrookd.le Farm of Harry Payae Whitacy that tin- eveigr.en g.ldirg Borrow is training satisfactorily for his summer engagements, so it is to be expected that he will be | seen in action again this summer. H. I. Whitneys good colt Matinee Idol, regarded iu some Illarlcrs as the best of the two-year-olds shown on the Mar.iLnd circait tin.. spring, has entirely recovered from the att let of j sickaeaa that followed his last bbbm bi am i under i colors. Patroaa of racing on the New York tracks will see him iu action before the metropolitan season is far advanced. Former jockey I. It. McDanid. who is now train- I ing for Graat Hugh Frowne. has the unique record of having won With the first horse he saddb-d for flat racing and likewise for steeplechasiug. la the fall of litlt; he signalized his debut Bfl a trainer by winning with King Cobalt at Mount Bayal Fark. Montreal, and at Fimlico a few days ago In- duplicated his flat racing feat by winning with Moonlight II.. ;m imparled horse, with which lie made his entry into the ranks of the stei aaachaae trainers. He is a nephew of Henry M -Daniel, who for many years has been one of the foremost of American trainers.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1917052201_1_4
Library of Congress Record: