Ready For Racing At Blue Bonnets.: Montreal Jockey Clubs Spring Meeting Will Open Thursday--Stake Races Fill Well., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-06


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READY FOR RACING AT BLUE BONNETS. Montreal Jockey Clubs Spring Mocting Will Open Thursday— Stake Races Fill Well. Motitieal. Que.. June ." . — Everything is now in readiness for the opening of the spring meeting of the Montreal Jockey Club at lflue Ponnets on Thursday. Since the close of the Woodbine meeting over Uncut hundred horses have been shioced to the course and with those that are now at Dorval that will have stable accommodation, tin- largest band of horses that have yet keen housed at the track will be there, when the bugle calis the starters to the post for the first nice. Many of the heal horses in America are at the course, and among them are included a good sprinkling of the imported hor.i s that have been accounting for first places since the season opened in Maryland. The book of the meeting has been favorably received by the horsemen, and providing, as it does, for all classes, good fields should lie the result in almost every event. The stake races at Plue Poimets this spring will furnish plenty of contention. They all filled exceedingly well, the result being away in advance of the number named a year ago. The following are the nominators and the horses they have named in the Connaught Cup Handicap, an event fashioned for Canadian-owned horses at one mile and a quarter: G. S. Prodie. M-rry Jubilee; Allan Pulcroft. Silk Bird; Thomas Crittenden. Starter; George M. Hen-drie, Rancher and Exhorter: Sr John Hendrie. Russell Square; J. Lumsden, Candle; Robert E. Millett, Smart Money; N. Macfarlane, Schemer and Sea Urchin; Samuel Nesbitt. Dapheen Dawson: W. J. Press. Hubbub and Waukeag; J. K. L. Ross, Cadillac and Daiurosch; W. Stormont. Reno and El Rey; James A. Thomson, Ortnuln; Stratheam Thomson, Opera Glass; Thorneliffe Stable. Fountain Fay and King Hamburg; Wilfrid Trenholme, Red Post: Wil-fried Viau, Trial by Jury and Achievement, and William Walker, Doling and Boxer.

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