Fine Entries for Jamaica Fall Races, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-13


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FINE ENTRIES FOR JAMAICA FALL RACES NEW YOKK. N. Y., August 12. Secretary 0. Edwards of the Metropolitan Jockey Club, reports a splendid list, of entries for his fall meeting at Jamaica. There is a substantial increase over the figures of a year ago, the Pierrepnnt Handicap closing with 2!, as against 21 in 1920. The Inter-borough, a new race at a mile and a sixteenth, has ."!2 named, anil in the list are the best horses in training. The most decided improvement iu the races for three-year-olds and over is in the Go-wanus Selling Stakes, which increased 11, the total for the current year being 37. It is in the races for two-year-olds that the best gains were scored. The Kenisen, which laid 58 last year, closed witli 88, while the Oceanus increased from !0 "to 83. The Lynbrook Selling Stakes ran 21 above the total of 1921, closing with 3-1. All of this forecasts a fine meeting for Jamaica next September and indicates that many or the horses, which formerly went West after tin; close of Itel-moiit Park, will race on the Metropolitan Circuit during the early autumn at least.

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