Lexington Stakes Array: Quality Nominations Assure some Wonderfully Attractive Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-29


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i | ■ , J ■ " ■ : s LEXINGTON STAKES ARRAY1- • j Quality Nominations Assure Some Wonderfully Attractive Racing. 5 1 ♦ a at Entries for Hinata Stakes, Num- » n bering 86, Invested With High a .1 Measure of Interest. " V ♦ si The stake races for the coming Lexington spring ,! meeting filled so well that strenuous competition R on seems BBOimd far all. Jhe Ashland Oaks, for throe-year-old fillies, is intciesting in that it may afford f the first glimpse of the three-year-old form of such a creek fillies of last year as Mi*s Joy. Fair Fhan- torn. Startle and Gentility. Similarly the Blue ■ Qreei Stakes, at a mile and an eighth, for three- . year-olds, may throw some light on the Kentucky Derby chances of such aspirants as John Finn. Bradleys selected Tom Hare Jr.. Violinist. Startle, . Roekniinisler. Surf Rider. Oil Man. Lucky Hour. Missionary and Horologe, all of which have already ] bad sonic b.oking ii the future books. The two . handicaps for three-year-olds and over, the Hen Ali. _ of at a mile and a sixteenth, with *3. 000 added, and the Cainilen. at a mile and a quarter, with 85,000 ■ by added, have among their nominations such proved good racers as Bit of White, Ginger. Jim Daisy, Rekab. Centimeter. By Gosh. Braedalbnne. Rangoon, j United Verde, Violinist. Sands of Pleasure, Ned-dam. John S. Reardon. Firebrand. Rouleau. Wood- , tra]i. Distinction, ltroad Man. Bon Homme. Minto II.. Lady Madcap. Surf Rider. II. E. Coleman. Praiier. Buy and Horologe to assure wonder! tilly . attraclive contests when their days of decision ■ arrive. Altogether highly satisfactory racing is in sight at Lexington in the near future. The s.akes closed and number of entries received are: Race. Age. Distance. Entries. Hinata Stakes, two-year-old fillies, one-half mile. Ml „ Idle Hour Stakes, two-year olds, one-half mile.... 75 „ Ashland Oaks, three-year-old fillies, one mile.... 31 Blue Grass Stakes, three-year olds, one and one-eighth miles 44 ; Ben Ali Handicap, three-year-olds and over, one • and one-sixteenth miles 49 | Camden Handicap, three-year-olds and over, one and one quarter miles 31 ; The Hinata Stakes. | dash of a half mile, for two year eld fillies, is always the first stake race • if the Middle West for horses of that age and its animal decision is invested with a high measure of , interest. Last year it fell prey to the speed of Startle, with t lie favorite. Fair Phantom, second, l-imor has been busy this spring regarding extraordinary speed shown by several of its present oligi-bles. The entries are the following: HINATA STAKES— 88,080 added. For two-year- I old fillies. By subscription of 0 each: S50 additional to start: ,000 added, of which 8880 to second and 50 to third. In addition to I first money th" winner to receive a cup donated by Mrs. Clarence Le Bus. Maidens allowed 5 lbs. Acceptances to he naineil through the entry box the day before the race at usual time of closing. 88 nominations. 1-2 mile. Anderson. Mrs. J. G. — Ch. f. Mascotte. by Worm- lcighton — Erininie Anderson. Anderson. It. H.— Black filly, by Delhi— Carrie Hogan. Bailey. J. W.— Ch. f. Auna Tod, by Delhi— Brandon Belle. Bailey. .1. W.— B. f. Irene Walton, by Watervale — Kirstic. Baker. K. L. and A.— Brown filly, by Jim Gaffney— Sweetheart Sue. Baker and Nichoh — Brown filly, by Rapid Water — Sur.come. Baker and Nichols — Chestnut filly, by Uncle — America. P.nrbee. J. S. — Filly, by Minnie B.. by Sweep — Lady Strathniore. tBradlcy. E. R— Ch. f . Bettie Bcall. by North Star III. — Macaroon. tBradtey, E. R.— Ch. f. Bedazzle, by Cunard— May Bird, fl.r.idley. E. R. — Ch. f. Beach Beauty, by Cunard — BJUaaaa. Burkhart, N. W. — Filly. Smiling Voter, by Suffa- gist — Orbcds Last. Camden. .1. N.— Bay filly, by Light Brigade — livo Aces. C.undiii. J. N.— Chestnut filly, by Light Brigade— Satin. Camden. J. N. — Brown filly, by Light Brigade — Herinione. Camden, j. N.— Bay filly, by Light Brigadi — Sard. Canfiel.I. D. D.— Chestnut filly, by Jim Gaffney— Ocanya. ink. I. E.— Ch. f. Phenol, by Orb— Lukernmus. | Combs. Browiiell — Ch. f. Sweetheart, by ITtimus — llumanil;. . Burst. Joseph C. and Samuel — Ch. f. Pcrmarco, by Balb t -Lardella. - Gallaher Bros. — Brews filly, by Delhi— Polly Trim. J Gallaher Bros.— Bay filly, by Rock View— Ladv ■ MeOee. Joode. J. M. — B. f. Marjorie Wood, by Wormleigh- :l ton — Argon Esher. Gorhain l.ros. — Ch. f. Lady Gorham. bv Frizzle — l Mexihn. ireener. J. W. — Ch. f, Catherine K.. by Hanbridge !t — Mjesea. H.incocU. A. B. — B. f. Prestolite. by North Star : III.— Presanella. Hancock. A. P..— B. f. Pavlowa, by Wrack— Tread Lightly II. Headley, Hal Price— Ch. f. Possible, by LTtimus— Lida l-iash. Headley, Hal Price— Bay filly, by Theo. Cook-Maggie Quiuee. I Hewitt, 11. H.— Bay filly, bv Short Grass— Pan Maid. 1 Hewitt. H. H.— Chestnut filly, by Jack Atkin— Sister. ! Hewitt. II. H.— Chestnut filly, bv Jack Atkin— Avis. 1 Ilicke.v Bros.— Black filly, by Dick Welles— Old Woman. I Joaea, Moatfecl — Br. f. Miss Minerva, by Black Tony Star Dreamer. I leaea, Msatfert — B. f, Corto. by Theo. Cook— Largo. Jones. Montforl — Ch. f. Miss Ceriua, by Sir John ■ •Johnson- -Cerina. Jones. Mont fort -Ch. f, Oui Oui. by Sir John John- J son — Parisian, •bines. Meatier! B. f. Full — Spoon, by Sir John • Johnson — Spoonful. I Jones. Moatfert — Black filly, by Black Touey — Breathing Spell. I Keating. Leroy J. — Br. f, Fernaiidos, by Cruzados — Keranila. I Keene. J. O. A: G. II.— Gray filly, by Luke McLuke -Carene. Keene. .1. o. and ;. H. — Bay filly, by Luke McLuke Forest Lady. I I.chan. Dan — Ch. f. Quen Esther, by Ralph — 1 Himera. Louchheim. J. II. — Br. f, Kitty Williams, by Granite—Dust Pan II. Lowe. A. B. -I". 1. by Miss Britain, by Great Britain — Miss Thorpe. Matlaek, 1. T.— Ch. f. Never C.n Tell, by Theo. Cook — Francos Gaines. McCarthy, Charles E. — B. f. Sister Josella, by Me Uck— Begea. MCauau h Taylor— Ch. f. Ant nia. by Toney Bo-neio Pretty Dale. McDowell. Thee. C— Bay fiiiy. by The Manager— Caatloa McDowell, Thus. .— Chc-tnut filly, by Manager Waite— Lidy Anne. Milam. J. C. — Chestnut filly, by Peter Quince — Eden Hall. Milam. J. C. — "aestnut filly, by Teter Quiuee — stick Pin. Milam. J. C— Bay filly. Karo. by Theo. Cook— Kllcbe Million ,V Swan Br. f. Kentucky Smiles, bv Horrun Sortie. Meorr. Chaa. V.. Jr.— -Chestnut filly, by McGee - Boony Deea. Parrisli. J. V — Bay filly, by Short Grass -Hu- wood. I 1 ! 1 I I ■ J • I I I I 1 — Pendergast. T. J. — Filly. Kennmare, by Ballot — _ III wind. Perkins. William — Br. f. Lady Sportsman, by Martinet r. — Rod aud Guu. Perkins. William — Rlk. f. Mamie Smith, by George Smith — Aunt Mamie. Perkins. William — Br. f. Miss Jane, by Rock View — — Jane Straith. Perkins. William — Ch. f. Ethel Clayton, by Alam m Bode -Tea Biscuit. Scott. D. W.— Brown filly, by Jim Gaffney— May iy Orsini. Scott. D. W. — Brown filly, by Ma in tenant — Water er K. Smith. James B. — Brown filly, by Ballot — Ghetto to Girt. Smith. James B. — Chestnut filly, by Superman — ~ White Silk. Smith. James R, — Bay filly, by Vulcain — Belphoebe. e- Smith. James B.— Chestnut filly, by Vulcain — Lota- il" waaa, Smith. James B. — Brown filly, by Vulcain — Adeline! tc Smith. James B. — Bay filly, by King James — Aero-phanc. "" tTarlton. J. L. — Di!». b. or b. f, by Let-Her-Fly, by y Pataud — Mary King. Ward. J. S- -Brown filly, by Escoba— Affect. Ward. -I. S. — Bay filly, by Escoba— Antipathy. Watts. G. — B. f. Valoise, by Yaudergrift — Bettie =e ODay. Whitney. H. P. — Chestnut filly, by Broomstick — _ Courage. Whitnev. U. P.— Bay filly, by Whisk Broom II.— _ Loyal. Whitney. II. P. — Bay filly, by Chieb — Frillery. Whitney, H. P. — Brown filly, by Chicb — Sketchy. y- Whitney. H. P. — Bay filly, by Chid* — Regime Whitney. H. T.— Brown filly, by Broomstick— — Rosie OOrady. Wiedemann. Carl- Ch. f. Miss Claire, by Von m I romp — Cricket Wiedemann. Carl — B f. Dinah Deane, by Magic II. I. —White Dinah. Wieilemann. Carl — Ch. f. Tokiheine. by Jim Gaffney f- — Utdy Colonist. Wiedemann. Carl — Bay filly, by Sir John Johnson — — Belli Miller. WoMilanl. William and Co. — B. f. Dearie, by Sweep— _ Experience. Woo.lar.l. William A Co -B i. Xylene, bv frizzle h Dimity. Woithingioii. c. T.-B. f. BUaahetfe JeweM, by-Bock iv View Sumptuous. Idle H"iir Slock Farm. A.b aijale Barm.

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