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•d a ss u „ f l" ]0 ;k J t y 1 U f d t ii- •t« le T. r. in m . ij t-K . ENCOURAGE AMATEUR RIDERS National Association May Grant Allowances — Goshen to Have Hunting Club. NKW vork. N. Y.. Jaaaary 22. fudging frsss the application- far certificates as geaUeasaa riders that bare been received by the Hunts Committee of the National Bteeplechaae and Hunt Associatioa, the list of amateur riders this year will go hack to the total before the war. The stewards are i-oii- glderia* a RUggesttoa that an allowance be made in all steeplechases for riders, b t h ama teur and pro- fessktaal, baslag th.st. allowances 011 the number of races they have won. If this is made a rule it will tend to materially encourage new men to ride .and will also induce owners to give them a chance, for the weight they will be allowed will offset some of their lack of skill. The Masters Of Pol Hounds of tlie various states where fox hunting flourishes have haea holding meetings f..r the purpose of electing Their r.pre neata lives oa the Hunts Committee of the National Steeplechase and Haul Association for tlie year 1921. Beturas received to date give the following announcements: New England, Henry J. Yaughan: New Jersey. Richard II. Williams. Jr.: Maryland. Charles I. A. Hetaer. Mr. Yaughaa has been the representative of his section foe several years, but Mr. Williams and Mr. lb toer ale to serve for the first time. Bath are keenly interested in amateur racing as well as hunting and will be of great assistance to the committee. Mr. Williams is president of tile Aaaerieaa Bentaunl Association. Hunting is to be revived in the vicinity of Goshen, N. V.. where it was carried on for many years by the Glen-Arden Hunt, of which Mrs. 1;. Peiin Smith. Jr.. then Miss Carol Ilarrinian. and John 1: Tewasend, were Joint masters. The new organization is to be known as the Goshen Hunt. and apt. L. D. Oibbs will officiate as master. lie has applied to the Hunts Committee for recognition and this will probably be granted at the next meeting.