Reno Meeting Will Open Saturday: Prospects for a Good Meeting Are Encouraging-Several Hundred Horses Available., Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-13


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RENO MEETING WILL OPEN SATURDAY Prospects for a Good Meeting Are Encouraging — Several Hundred Horses Available. Reno. Nev.. June 12.— Next Saturday will usher in Renos summer race meeting of uiin teen days ami judging from present indications, it will be one of the most successful meetings in the history of local racing. One by one the many details inseparable from a race meeting have been attended to until today almost everything is ready for the starting bugle. Judge Rose of San Diego is well known here, having acted as presiding judge at the last meeting held at the local track. There will be seven races a day and tlie sport will commence at 2:15 oclock and the card Is- gone through in ample time to allow every one to get comfortably home to dinner. A feature of tlie opening day will lie the Opening Handicap at three-quarters of a mile, which Is expected to attract the best horses stabled at the track. Tlie outstanding feature of the meeting will be the California-Nevada Futurity at five-eighths, to be run en July 4. and to which two-ycar-ohl colts and fillies foaled in tlie states of California and Nevada are eligible. This event is attracting tlie widespread attention of horsemen along the entire Pacific coast. The track is in excellent condition at present, thanks to the able sui»crvisioii of Ous Williams, and with 235 horses in training and the whole Pacific slope hungry for racing, the outlook for a record-breaking meeting is of the brightest. The racing officials will be as follows: 1 "residing judge. L. H. Rose. Associated judges, Lou Henderson and S. II. Rothert. Starter. James Haley. Clerk of tlie scales. S. H. Rothert. In charge of tlie lnutiiels, John Cunningham. A stable at the Reno track which jiossesses some good lookers is that of Tryon Jt Malloy. and which includes the following: Malamont. Bengali. Honolulu Boy. Mazie Barber and Auditor. Another trainer witli an interesting siring is Hal Booker. w:io has tlie following in his charge: Fitzgerald, which has lieen turned out for the last two rears; Dr. Oeorge E. BamlxTgcrs two-year-old bay colt fodfish. by Dentscliland — Avotia: the two-year-old chestnut filly Sals ljist. by lleutseh-land— Sweetwater Sal; the three-year old chestnut gelding Omiette, by f edarstrome. and tin- three-year old filly lrisii Daisy, by Cedarstroiiie. also owned by Dr. Baiulierger. Mere horses arrived yesterday and still others are expected in the course of the next dal or so. A. K. Sherman of Richfield. Itah. a« t in with Joy, Trnehnie. June Oirl and Carfield RaMwia. and B. D. Sherry arrived witli Snip. Ojiick. .Hi Carter. Marta Mac and Crosvcnor. well-known as a consistent performer on tin- Reno track. Al Farrell. trainer for M Cebrian. is expected here at any time from San Jose with a carload of horses. *

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