Latonias Inaugural Stake: Fifty-Three Nominations for Opening Days Feature of Autumn Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-23

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LATQMAS INAUGURAL STAKE Fifty-Three Nominations for Opening Days Feature of Autumn Meeting. The Lntonia Handicap, which has been a feature of the opening day of the fall meeting at that track since its first running in 1910, has drawn a fine entry list of high-class horses this year. The race has ,000 added, and is for three-year-tldi and over, at one mile and a sixteenth. E. 11. Bradley has named five of hia best racer to compete in this stake event, but at least emu of them. Blowing Bubbles, which broke down r -cently, will not start. Ills other entries are the four-year-old Best Pal, son of Helmet Padal 1, by Laveno, a tried stake winner; the three-year-old Black Servant, son of Black Toney Padula, by Laveno, which is reported as rounding back in o form at Saratoga, following injuries received at Devonshire in the 0,000 International, when he was defeated by a nose by the Rancocas crack, Grey Lag; and the three-year-old filly Bit of White, daughter of Sunstar Dreamy II., by Persimmon. Gallaher Brothers have entered their four-year-old colt Kinburn, by Duval Royal Captive, by Golden Maxim, which has won several races recently on Canadian tracks, and W. H. Trnvers plans to send to the post his veteran gelding, Royce Rools, son of Salvation Saintolat, by Sain, which has been racing well in the East this year. The Lntonia Handicap at its first running In 1910 was won by Cherryola, which repeated the vl -tory in the following year. In 1910 Dodge, wlilih has been running good races up in Canada thi summer, then a three-year-old, took the even . Last year it was won by Busy Signal. The complete list of the eligibles for this years gunning fellows: LATONIA HANDICAP ,000 added. For throp-year-olds and over. By subscription of 0 e "r; 00 additional to start; ,000 added, of which ;0 to second and 00 to third, the fourth to s"vi its stake. Weights six days before the race. Winners after publication of weights, 3 lbs. extra. Starters to be named through the entry box the day bt-fih-? the race at the usual time of closing. One mile and a sixteenth. Fifty-three nominations. Applegato and Spence Ginger, ch. g, 5, by Coy Lad Lucky Wave. Arnold, E. C. Brother Batch, b. c, 3, by Vnlcaln Barbie. Baker, J. II. Cinderella, br. m, 4, bv Celt Toots. Baker, R. L. Jim Daisy, ch. g, 3, "by The Manager Waterblossom. Bedford, B. T. Hen Valet, ch. c, 3, by Great Britain Virginia Xunn. Bradley, E. R. Best Pal, br. c, 4, by Helmet Padula.. Bradley, E.R. Black Servant, br. c, 3, by Black Toney Padula. Bradley, E. R. Behave Yourself, br. c, 3, by Marathon Miss Ringlets. Bradley, E. It. Hit of White, b. f, 3, by Sunstar Dreamy II. Bradley, E. R. Blowing Bubbles, ch. g, 3, by Cunard Macaroon. Brannon, H. J. Colonel Baker, b. c, 3, by Ben Brush Pleasant Puss. Breckcnridge, D. Lady Madcap, br. f, 3, by Dick Finnell Affable. Camden. J. X. Darjeeling, b. g, 3, by Light Brigade Muriel. Camden. J. X. Rangoon, br. g, 3, by Light Brigade Lardella. Clark, C. W. Captain Mac, ch. c, 4, by The Manager Hoyal Dainty. Clark, C. W. United Verde, br. c, 3, by Golden Maxim Yankee Tree. Clark, P. A. Nancy Lee, ch. f, 3, by Broomstick Naughty Lads-. Courson, F. E. Clio Clio, ch. f, 3, by Jack Atktn English Esther. Crowley, C. W. Elkwood, blk, h, 5, by Elkhorn Emma. Gallaher Bros. Kinburn, ch. c, 4, by Duval Royal Captive. Gentry, L. Angon, b. c. 4, by Assagai Hortehs H. Gentry, L. Sterling, b. c. 4, by norron Vernelda. Gentry, L. Sir Thomas Kean, b. g, 3, by Golden Maxim Guion. Goldblatt, M. Atta P.oy II., ch. g, 4, by Rabelais Tanya. Goldblatt, M. Frank W., b. c, 4, by Marathon-Maid of Fortune. Ilachmeister, John McGoodwin, br. c, 3, by Last Coin or Colin Fairy Story. Hanicd Bros Coyne, br. c, 3, by Dick Finnell Alice Baird. Harned Bros. Marjorie Hynes, ch. f, 4, by Dick Finnell Alice Baird. Harrington, W. K. Wyoming, ch. h, 0, by Bryn Mawr Star of the West. Hawkins, J. S. Firebrand, ch. c, 3, by MeGee Subdue. Jones, Montfort Brookholt, ch. c, 4. by Ballot Gracilla. Kilmer, Willis Sharpe Our Flag, ch. c, 3 by Cock o the Walk Private Flag. Long, Geo. .1. Free Cutter, b. h, G, by Free Lance Cutter. Long. George J. Anne Elizabeth, ch. f, 3, by Free Lance utter. Looney and Goode Sands of Pleasure, b. g, 8, by Fair Play Golden Sands. Looney and Goode Dona Loriotte, b. f, 3, by Cicero Loriotte. Lowe, John High Cloud, b. h, 5, by Ultimus Umbra. McLaughlin, F. G. and Co. Blanche Mac, b. f, 3, by Light Brigade Caviet. McLean, E. B. The Porter, b. h, 5, by Sweep Ballet Girl. McPherson, J. Brotherly Love, b. g, 4, by HelmetSanta Anna II. Marino, Jno. Rapid Traveler, b. g, 4, by Rapid Water Alberta II. Matlack, D. T. Woodtrap, ch. h, 7, by Trap Itock Woodvine. Moore, C. AV., Jr. Jouett, b. g, 4, by MeGee Muff. Xichols, S. K. H. E. Coleman, blk. g, 3, by Celt Augusta Victoria. Perkins, W. Radio, b. g, 3, by The Manager-Clara Louise. Poison, W. F. Peace Pennant, ch. c, 4, by MeGee Maltha. Respes3, J. B. Bullion, ch. g, 7, by All Gold Jinks. Simms, E. F. Bon Homme, b. c, 3, by Sweep Sue Smith. Simms and Oliver John Paul Jones, b. c, 3, by Tracery Moneta II. Showalter, AV. North Elkhorn, ch. g, 3, by Brummel Margaret Kent. Stouer, AV. O. General Haig, b. h, 5, by Dick AVelles My Fair Kentucky. Travers, AV. II. Royce Rools, b. g, G, by Salvation Saintolat. AVoodford J. Hal Zuleika, ch. m, 5, by Neil Gow Turkish Princess.

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