Maryland Hunt Cup Monday: Famous Cross-Country Race Postponed Until Monday Because of Heavy Course., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-01


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MARYLAND HUNT CUP MONDAY Famous CrossCountry Race Poxiponed Until Monday Because of Heavy Course BALTIMORE Md April 30 The Maryland Hunt Cup oldest and most important of the cross ¬ country races of the country which was to have been decided this afternoon over a special course complete in every detail provided by Stuart Oliver over his estate at Lutherville in the Green Spring Valley was postponed until Monday This change of plans was due to the heavy going of the course the result of a pouring rain all last night nightHundreds Hundreds of turf enthusiasts from all regions of the country have arrived to witness the race and most of them will remain over until it is run for not to be present at the running of this event would mean a serious loss of caste as a real devotee of steeplechasing steeplechasingThe The following are the entries and from a very careful inquiry it looks as if at least a dozen starters will be found at the post Cavour John Bosley Jr Mary Jaquo G Bereard Fenwick Mocassin Mrs Frank A Bonsai Mr Golightly M G Cromwell Jr Fox Hill Albert G Ober Jr Manager Mirth W Congreve Jackson Cracken Mrs Thomas B Cottman Mabo Mrs J Myers Pearce Mazarin Redmond C Stewart Hurry Girl Dr Wilmer Bort nrr Lake Wood R P R Toland John Bunny K E Hill Ben Land Mrs D C Sands Oracle II Mrs M M Maddox Wolverton II Ralph B Strassburger and Paducah Thomas Symington

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