Star Racers in Brookdale Handicap: A. K. Macomber and W. R. Coe Largest Nominators with Seven Each-Fine, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-03


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STAR RACERS IN .BR00KDALE HANDICAP A. K. Macombcr and W. K. Coe Largest Nominators with Seven Each Fine Entry List. NEW YORK, N- Jklarcti ... 2,-r-Forthe Brook-dale Handicap at one mile and an eighth, a popular feature of Aqueduct racing. A. K. Macomber lias named seven and W. R. Coe a like number, these two being the largest nominators. Commander Ross has entered Cudgel, Billy Kelly, War Pennant, Motor Cop, Foreground and Boniface, while W. S. Kilmer lias named the great Sun Briar and Exterminator. Andrew Millers old relinble Roamer is also among the nominations., A great field of star racers is in prospect for this event, and it will come from the following: Brookdale Handicap For three-year-olds and over; mile and an eighth: William E. Applegate Jack Hare Jr. Ed Arlington Questionnaire. Mrs. James Arthur Bondage. W. R. Coe Nutcracker, Sweep On, Over There. Natural Bridge, Terentia, Laddie Boy and Stepson. Calumet Stable Be Frank. Major Robert L. Gerry Balustrade and Delaware. J. J. Hallenbeck Kashmir and Salvestra. Samuel C. Hildretli Purchase, Alibi and Regal Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords Star Hampton. Willis Sliarpe Kilmer Exterminator and Sim Briar. George W. Loft Papp and Zenith. A. K. Macomber Star Hawk, War Cloud, Star Master, Liberty Loan, Hollister, War Star and Hand Grenade. Frank G. Martin Friendless. Edward B. McLeuu The! .Porter. Mrs. Sandy McNaughton George Clark. Andrew Miller Roamer and Recount. Mrs. C. K. Moon. Ceramic. J. G. Oxnardr The Young Cavalier. Capt. Ital Parr Crimper. Henry A. Porter Pride of India, High Bom Lady and Sous Marine. J. K. L. Ross Cudgel, Foreground, Boniface, Motor Cop, Billy Kelly and War Pennant. Frederick Slocum Star Class. The Beach Stable Sunny Slope. T. P. Thorne LErrant. Wilfrid Viau Omar Khayyam, Westy Hogan and Pibroch. Frank D. Weir War Machine and Toto. Harry Payne Whitney Dominant, Blue Laddie, Bayard, Headstrong and VIndex. George D. Widener--Lahius. Joseph E. Widener Trompe La1 Mort. Richard T. Wilson Straight Forward and Thunderstorm.

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