Kingdom in Grand National: W. T. Wilkinson of St. Louis Enters His French Bred Jumper in Big Chase, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-29


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KINGDOM IN GRAND NATIONAL W. T. Wilkinson of St. Louis Enters His French Bred Jumper in Big Chase. LONDON, laciland. January Id. - Among the en- j tliies to the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase is the American-owned Kingdom, nominated by W. T. Wilkinson of St Louis. Mo. Kingdom Is a bay horse, six yean old. bj Mainteiion Kings Favor. kg Persimmon, formerly owned by W. K. Vander- I bill, and afterward by A. K. Matomber. from whom he was recently bought. Kingdom has won jumping races in the Vandeihilt colors and :s good at the sport. Only one other Preach eatrj is in the Qrand National. I-onraiid. a bay Inns", ten years old. owned by M. C. Cerf. and also a winner, and a goad • toss country horse. The French crack Got Gaulols, which was expected lo elite, is not ill tin list. The Grand National closed with 82 entries. Weights are to be assigned next month. As expected. Always which has twice won over part of the course, duly appears in the entriea, as also does The l.oie. which finished third last year. Oilier notable entries include Kallyhoggan. which ran second to Ioethlyn in MM; also Loch Allen. Shaun Spadah and Fargue. which were fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively. Notables ;., be absent are Poetblya. The lurk II. ami Sergeant Murphy. There are seven Irish entries. The Grand National conditions Ibis year are for foul year olds .nn over. 8250 lo start, Si!.", if de ctared February 1. 8150 after weight assignment; 825,008 added, including a Sl.iMMt trophy. sl..".im» to second, ,580 to third and 8750 to fourth. Aiatree Grand National course of four miles and 808 yards. To be run Friday, March is. Niaety-two entries. The other spring rrass-COaatry races to close are: Liverpool. March 1!l. t hampion Steeplechase. ,000 added. :_ miles. 7_. furlongs: .".4 entries. Clieltenhaiu. Manh 1. National Hunt Chase. ,000 Milled. 4 miles; til ei. tries. A fine entry has also been secured for the Liver-1 pool Hurdle Handicap, the m«al valuable race of its kind in this c.uintiy to date. There are sixty ei-hl entries, most of which are performers of re pute. bin there are new coiners of high class on the flat, -the most notable being Barebedoa, which is supported by a 0,000 stable champion iii Galray. Other recruits of high class from the flat are lie Hoes. Silonyx. Phantom Kohl. CI, allow. The Mid shipniito. llaki and Ci lestfall. Kingdom is erideatly not to come to America. He is one of tin- horses j„ tiaining which Mr. Macomber announced woald be sent here from fiance to be trained and raced by Fred Hurlew

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