Spanish Stake Entries: Eighty-Three Horses Named for Big 00,000 Event-American Entries Awaited, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-29


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r n 1 i ISPANISH STAKE ENTRIES 1 . 1 Eighty-Three Horses Named for Big 00,000 ; Event — American Entries Awaited. SAN SEBASTIAN. Spain. January «.— Gratifying evidence of international interest iu the great a SIOO.OOO Gtaad Prix of King Alfonso XIIL. to be I run here next autumn, is contained in the list of en- i tries, just made public here. Entries foe thi- ami other stakes of IBS at San Sebastian closed on I December 31. The S100.000 race attracted eighty-three entries. 1 divided among 1he various European countries a- follows: Spain, 25; England. 10: Ireland. 2 : France. 1 42; Belgium, 3; Italy. 1. Entries from the 1nited 1 States and the Argentine are yet to be received. I Among the French entries for the stake are A. I K. Macomliers The Bohemian. Despard and Ranta- j gruel, and seven horses from the stable of Captain I J. D. Colin, including his fa-t race mare Gael lie re I II. The Due Deeazes and Baron E. de Rothschild • have al-o named a good representation for the race. The English entries include the St. Leger winner Iolemiirch. the property of Lord Ixmdonderry. All of the horses named for the Orand Irix of 1 Kiug Alfonso XIIL are also rendered automatically eligible for the supplementary 0,000 Grand Irix of Queen Victoria. The three stake events of the spring meetiDg at . San Sebastian, which closed on the same date, also drew well. The 0,000 Grand Prix du Printetnps drew twenty-seven entries; the ,000 Prix du Ca-ino thirty, and the ,000 Prix du Jockey Club twenty -nine.

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