Entries For Steeplechases Close: Liberal Response Made to Belmont Park Races Through the Field--Luncheon to Matt Winn., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-27


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ENTRIES FOR STEEPLECHASES CLOSE Liberal Response Made to Belmont Park Races Through the Field Luncheon to Matt Winn XEW YORK X Y March 20 Entries for the steeplechase stakes of the Westchester Racing Association to be run at Belmont Park during the coming spring meeting as well as for The Brook Cup to be run at the fall meeting closed Monday The returns show a slight falling off in some of the fixtures though the response was fairly libernL For th Grand = Xatl6iiffl twentyseven were re ¬ ceived against a total of thirtythree in 1918 The International Handicap lost ten when the total only reached thirtyseven against a total of forty seven last year The Xew York Steeplechase shows thirtysix against a total of fortyfive last year The Meadowbrook Handicap equaled 1918 when there were thirtyfive nominations received In The Brook Cup an increase of one is shown when thirty eight nominations have been received against thirtyseven for 1918 It is entirely possible that there will be some entries come in through the late mails mailsThe The Greentrce Stable is one of the largest nomi ¬ nators those being named being Tetan Debadou Slipshod and the foreignbred fencer Cocktail Jo ¬ seph E Widener has named Pussy Willow Stone wood Skibbereen and Duettiste J K L Ross is only represented by Dramaturge Mrs Walter M Jeffords has named Habcock and The Dean The only Edward M Weld nomination is Belle of the Sea Cayt Joseph E Davis is represented by his Manly Memorial winner Brooks and Melo ¬ drama Bet which won the Manly last year for W R Coe is nominated in each one of the stakes and she will have Town Hall a Harbor Hill winner to bear her company Captain Ral Parr has for his nominations Captain Parr Bughouse Royal Arch and Le Marsouin J E Griffitli lias named his crack jumper The Brook and Katie Canal and Mrs T J Doiiohue is represented by Elyssian and Quel Bonlieur BonlieurThomas Thomas Monahan gave manager Matt Winn a farewell luncheon at the Holland House yesterday prior to the latters return to Kentucky In the course of conversation Mr Winn said that lie would try to arrange a race for the best two yearolds every year for which he would offer a prize commensurate with the importance of such an event eventThe The Realization Stakes for threeyearolds to be run at Belmont Park at the fall meeting will be worth 24030 providing there are eight starters

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