Belmont Stakes Eligibles: Choicest of the Three-Year-Olds of America Will Battle in Popular Event., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-03


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BELMONT STAKES EL1GIBLES Choicest of the ThrecYearOlds of America Will Battle in Popular Event One of the most attractive of the many valuable stakes arranged for the present meeting at Belmont Park is the Belmont which will be decided June 11 This is a race for threeyearold iillies and entire colts nnd this year will have a guaranteed value of 10000 10000Originally Originally there were 133 nominations two of which were voided through the death of the nom ¬ inator and nlnetytiiree were declared at 50 each leaving thirtyeight available to run in the feature featureWith With probable starters of the caliber of Grey Lag Leonardo II Bon Ilomme Exodus Star Voter Billy McLaughlin and Snorting Blood a great con lest is assured and the winner will have to heat the best of the threeyearolds now racing on the American turf turfHere Here are the cligibles with their breeding and owners ownersThe The Belmont for fillies and entire horses for threeyearolds by subscription of 50 each not declared by January 1 1921 Starters to pay 150 additional Guaranteed cash value 10000 of which 1500 to the second and 750 to the third Mr August Belmont will add plate of the value of 250 which will be awarded the winner Colts to carry 120 pounds Iillies 121 pounds One mile and three furlongs furlongsGeorge George II Bull Lainpns ch c by Star Shoot Futurist by Golden Mixhn MixhnCharles Charles W Clark United Verde br c by Golden MaxiniYankee Tree by Yankee YankeeCharles Charles W Clark White Star ch c by McGcc Sweet Charlotte by Ingoldsby IngoldsbyGifford Gifford Ar Cochran Smoke Screen b c by His Majesty Veil by Disguise DisguiseGifford Gifford A Cochran St Michael ch c by His Majesty Marie Odlle by Star Shoot ShootW W R Coc Sportiboy b c by SoninLaw Pas qnita by Sundridgc SundridgcJ J E Davis Qnecreek b c by Hnon Jessie Woodson by Scorpion ScorpionWilliam William Farnnm Black Knight blk c by Celt Orowoc by Hamburg HamburgGreentree Greentree Stable Touch Me Not ch c by Celt Dainty Dame by Handspring HandspringMax Max Hirseh Flying Cloud b c by Wrack Robinetta by Fair Play PlayWalter Walter M Jeffords Wild Heather ch c by Light Brigade Wild Thistle by Knight of the Thistle ThistleGeorge George W Loft Ilnln br e by King James Adelinette by Melton MeltonJames James MacMnnus Gasconade ch c by Belloc Arrogance by Golden Maxim MaximJames James MncManns Roscommon b c by Bolloc Rosslarc by Sempronius SemproniusJ J W McClelland Despair b c by McGee Mary Davis by Watercress WatercressJ J E Nash Bcnnington ch c by Fair Play Roxanc by Perblaze PerblazeRancocas Rancocas Stable Grey Lag ch c by Star Shoot Miss Minnie by Meddler MeddlerRancocas Rancocas Stable Inclicape ch c by Friar Rock Rose of Gold by Top Gallant GallantRedstone Redstone Stable Sporting Blood b c by Fair Play Felicity by ROCK Sand SandRedstone Redstone Stable Billy McLaughlin br c by Wrack Lady Elite by Order OrderJ J K L Ross Registrar ch c by Friar Rock Star of Danube by Star Shoot ShootJ J K L Ross Pampas ch c by Short Grass Ellangowan by De Bjauvoir BjauvoirJ J K L Ross Sun Turret ch c by Sunstar Marian Hood by Martagon MartagonJ J K L Ross Star Voter ch c by Ballot Starry Night by Star Shoot ShootJ J K L Ross Harmonique ch c by Sardanapale Melody by Meddler MeddlerJohn John II Rosseter Montalvo b c by Friar Rock Catherine Carson by Ben Strome StromeW W V Thraves Southern Gentleman b c by Ultimus Tsarina by Kingston KingstonW W V Thraves The Virginian ch c by Celt Logistilla by Locohatchoe LocohatchoeII II P Whitney Dartmoor ch c by Whisk Broom II Pankhnrst by Voter VoterII II P Whitney Parader ch c by Whisk Broom II Pageant by Delhi DelhiH H P Whitney Exodus ch c by Peter Pan First Flight by Thrush ThrushII II P Whitney Dis Done b c by Sardanapale Lady Hamburg II IIR R T Wilson Dimmesdale ch c by Olambala Hester Prynne by Disguise DisguiseR R T Wilson Kirklevington b c by Olambala Kerr by Uncommon UncommonXalapa Xalapa Farm John Paul Jones b c by Tracery Moneta II by Spearmint SpearmintXalapa Xalapa Farm Bon Ilomme b c by Sweep Sue Smith by Masetto MasettoXalapa Xalapa Farm Mulciber blk c by Vulcain Tapi ola by The Commoner CommonerXalapa Xalapa Farm Leonardo II br c by Sweep Ethel Pace by Troubadour TroubadourThe The appended history of the Belmont Stakes which covers a period of fiftyfour years running from 1SCT when Ruthless was its first winner down to 1920 when Man o War made a new record of 2l4Yr for the distance contains among its win ¬ ners the names of many horses which have founded great American families Hanover Henry of Na ¬ varre Hastings Commando Peter Pan Colin Luke McLuke The Finn and Friar Rock are among the winners and Sir Barton nnd Man o War may pos ¬ sibly be the founders of equally important families Year First Jockeys Wt Value Time 305ISfiS 1807 Ruthless Gilpatrick 107 1850 305 ISfiS General Duke Swim 110 2800 302 1809 Fenian C Miller 110 3350 3 04M 1870 Kingfisher nick 110 3750 250V 1871 Harry Bassett W Miller 110 5450251 1872 Joe Daniels Rowe 110 450025814 4500258141873Springbok 1873Springbok Rowe 110 5200 301 1874fSaxon 3011874fSaxon Barbee 110 4200 239 1875 Calvin Swim 110 4450 242 4 1870 Algcrine Donahue 110 3700 240y 1877 5200240187S Cloverhrook Holloway 110 5200240 187S Duke of Magenta IlugJies 118 3850 243U 1879 Spendthrift Evans 118 4250 242 1880 Grenada Hughes 118 2800 247 24718S1 18S1 Sannteror Costello 118 3000247 1882 Forester J McLanghlin 118 2COO 243 1883 George KinneyJ McLghn 118 3070 242 1884 Panlqne J McLanghlin 118 3150 242 1885 Tyrant p Duffy 118 2710 243 1880 Inspector B7 McLanghlin 118 2720241 1887 Hanover J McLanghlin 118 2900 243i 1888 Sir Dixon J McLaughlin 118 3440 240 1889 Eric Hayward 118 4900 247 2471890Burlington 1890Burlington Barnes 118 8500 2OS14 1891 Foxford Garrison 11SJ 5070 208 1892 Patron Hayward 122 5010 217 2171893ttComnnche 1893ttComnnche Simms 117 5310 153 1894 Henry of Navarre Simms 117 OOSO 15 lS9r4tBelmar Taral 119 2700 211 1 11890IIastlngs 1890IIastlngs Griffin 122 3025 224i 1897 Scottish Chieftain Scherrer 115 3550 223 2231S9S 1S9S Bowling Brook Littlefield 122 7810 232 1899 Jean Bereand Clawson 122 9445 223 223N 3900 Ildrim N Turner 12i 14790 221 1901 Commando Spencer 120 11595 221 1902 MfiHterman Bullman 120 13220 222y 1903 Africander Bullman 12 12285 223 1901 Delhi Odom 120 11575 2 1905 Tanya IHldcbrmid 121 17240 208 190 Burgomaster Lyne 120 22700 220 1907 Peter Pan Mountain 120 2275 1908 Colin Notter 121 22705 1909 Joe Madden E Dngan 125 24550 221 1910 Sweep Bntwell 12 9700 L22 1913 Prince Eugene Troxler 109 2825 L18 1914 Luke McLnke M Buxton 120 3025 120 1915 The Finn G Byrne 120 1825 L18 191 Friar Rock E Haynes 12i 4100 L22 1917 Hourless J Butwell 121 5800 L17 1918 Johren F Robinson 120 8950 L20 1919 Sir Barton J Loftus 12i 11950 L17 1920 Man o War C Kummer 12i 7950 L14 Run at Jerome Park prior to 1890 Distance 1 58 miles prior to 1874 1874tReduced tReduced to 1 12 miles milesRun Run at Morris Park from 1890 to 1905 Distance reduced to 1 14 miles milestfChanged tfChanged to 1 18 miles jjlncreased milesjjlncreased to 1 14 miles Increased to 1 38 miles milesRun Run tit 1 14 miles in 1904 and 1905 No time takfn takfnNo No racing In 1W11 and 1912

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