Major Belmont to Race next Year: Chairman of the Jockey Club Has Made Extensive Nominations for 1920, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-21


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MAJOR BELMONT TO RACE NEXT YEAR Chairman of the Jockey Club Has Made Extensive Nominations for 1S20 and 1021 Stake Features. NEW YORK, N. Y., November 20. Major August Belmont will race some horses next year. He has entered All Hours in the Juvenile and Keene MeT morial Stakes for 1920 and the Belmont, "Withers and the Realization for 1921. He has also entered the brown colt Quaker, half-brother in blood to Hourloss, in the same stakes. All Hours is a brother to Hourless. For the Realization of 1922 he has made twenty-three nominations. In the number is a bay colt. My Play, a brother to Man o War, and Good Time, a brother to Hourless. Mr. Andrew Miller lias practically recovered from a severe cold, which kept him home for aliout a week. Commander J. K. L. Ross is one of the largest nominators for the Belmont Park stakes. The contemplated changes in the reconstruction of the Belmont track will come up at the next meeting of the board of directors in January next. Among the racing folk who will leave here for New Orleans tomorrow and Saturday are Frank Bain, Frank O-tell, J. J. Fitz Gerald and Henry Cohen, ilax Marks and his associates will not move south until after the holidays. Thos. Costigan, who is cue of the regular club-honse members in the east, has not yet decided where he will go this winter. May be Cuba and may be New Orleans," said Mr. Costigan, "and there is just a possibility I shall stay around New York, which is a good town during the winter."

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