Jamaica Stake List Out Soon, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-27


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JAMAICA STAKE LIST OUT SOON NEW YORK, N. Y., February 20. Secretary W. C. Edwards of the Metropolitan Jockey Club intimates? that there, will, be three more, stakes added to the Jamaica program: at its- two first meetings In May and June. It is also probable some of the old stakes win be included, notably the Stuyvesant aiid Southampton Handicaps, for three-year-olds, and tlie Colorado Stake-s for two-year-olds. Stake blanks will be distributed shortly, and April 5 is likely to be the closing day. Bobby Boyle came into tlie city from Gravesend today. He has half a dozen selling platers, all of which are doinr well. His first start for the season will be at Havre de Grace. "All "the horses are doing fine at Gravesend," said Mr. Boyle. "Some of them have already been set down for three-eighths in preparation for a, start at Bowie." Lieutenant Henry Tucker arrived from France today on the President Grant He served in tlie One Hundred and Sixty-fourth Infantry, nts brother. Lieutenant II. Tucker, -was gassed while in France and was in. a hospital about three weeks. Recovering, he went back into the sen-ice and is now with the Army of Occupation in Coblenz.

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