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KENTUCKY STAKES CLOSE TODAY Three of the rich future races of the Kentucky Jockey Club will close at the Covington offices of that association today. These are the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes of 1922 and the Breeders Futurity and Lutonia Championship Stakes of 1923. By far the richest and consequently the most important of these specials i the Latonin Championship Stakes. This mile and three-quarters test for three-year-olds has an added value of 5,000 and its total estimated value is 0,000, divided as follows: To the winning owner estimated 2,000 To owner of second horse 3,000 To owner of third horse 2,000 To owner of fourth horse 1,000 To original nominator of winner 1,000 To original nominator of second horse 500 To original nominator of third horse 300 To original nominator of fourth horse 200 Foals of 1920, now yearlings, are eligible for the 1923 running of the Latonia Championship Stakes upon a payment of 15 each. No further liability if declared on or before January 1, 1922. Providing the proper transfer of the engagement has been filed witli and accepted by the Kentucky Jockey Club, the original subscriber or nominator will be released from further liability from date of acceptance. The Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes is a mile race for two-year-olds, which will be run during the autumn of 1922. It carries an added value of 0,000 and is open to foals of 1920, now yearlings. This is one of the latest of the features inaugurated by the Kentucky Jockey Club. Foals of the present year must be named for the Breeders Futurity by July 1 if they are to be eligible for this ,000 added dash for two-year-olds in 1923. This stake is run at Lexington over the Futurity course, about 170 feet short of three-quarters of a mile. For particulars of these stakes see advertising page of this issue of Daily Racing Form.