Entries for Ashland Oaks: May Introduce the Superb Miss Joy, Startle, Fair Phantom and Other Crack Fillies, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-31

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, 1 I 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ENTRIES FOR ASHLAND OAKS I May Introduce the Superb Miss Joy, Startle, I Fair Phantom and Other Crack Fillies. For the 1922 Ashland Oaks, an annual stake feature of the Lexington meeting, thirty one nomina- lions were received. It is a mile dash, for three- J year-old fillies, with ,000 added, and with such as .Miss Joy. Startle, Pair Phantom and Gentility | among its prospective contestants a fine race is -■ law red. The Ashland Oaks, named in honor of T. C. McDowells breeding establishment, was first l run in 1879 and until 1SS2 was at the distance of one mile and a half. From 1883 to 1889 inclusive s it was run at one and one-|tiarter miles and there- after at one mile, its present distance. Among its ■ winners and placed horses the names of many noted queens of the turf will be found. The running of this event 1his year may serve to introduce as three- f year-olds the superb Miss Joy and the brilliant Startle, the meeting of which pair would indeed be a racing treat for the most enthusiastic follower J of one of the greatest of outdoor sports. The COB- -ditiot.s and entries for the Ashland Oaks are here : presented: ASHEAND OAKS— ,000 added. For three-year- old fillies. By subscription of .flO each: 0 addi- | tlonal to start: ,000 added, of which 50 to sec- ond and 50 to third. In addition to first money 1 the winner to receive a Cup donated by Mr. T. . , McDowell. Maidens allowed 5 pounds. Acceptances , to be named through the entry box the day before , the race at the usual lime of closing. Thirty-one nominations. One mile. Alexander and Morri — Ch. f, Mollie King, by Trevisco 1 — Christmas Star. Rlackford. O. L— Ch. f. Gentility, by Light Brigade — HundzaiTH. 1 fHradley. E. R.— Br. f. Bill and Coo; by Helmet— Padula. Eiadley. E. R. — Br. f. Brilliant Star, by North Star III.— Diamond Grata. fRradley, E. R. -Ii. f, Be Good, by Cunard— Follies Bergeres. vEradley, E. R.— Ch. f. Bred at Home, by North , Star III.— Benanet. Rrockenridge. Desha-— Ch. f. Naughty Nisba, by The Manager — Daisy Piatt. I Brown. .1. L. — Ch. f. 1oney Sue. by Tony Bonero — Susan Leaax. Fellowes. Cornelius — Oh. f, May Blossom, by Elti- • • nms — May Hempstead. Gallaher P.ros.-— R. f, Whirl, by Jack Atkin— Royal Captive. Qalbtber Bros.— Br. f, Glyn, bv Delhi— Bourbon Lass. Han-ocU, A. B. — Br. f. Deep Bine, by Wrack— Marie Frances. Earned Bios. and Jones— B. f. Lina Clark, by Delhi— lrism. 1 Headier, Hal Price Cbi f, Bright Leaf, by Bulse —Triad. Hewltl. 11. IE Ch. f. Startle, by Star Hawk— . in piration. 1 Jones. Moatfort — B. f. Miss Joy. by Peter Quince — lrou.l Daisy. I Jones. Moatfort— R. f. Fair Phantom, by Light Brigade— Eellita. Keene, .1. O. and O. II. — Ch. f, Jeanne Bowdre, by - Luke McLuke — Black Brocade. Keene. .1. O. and Q. 11. - B. f. Loiianna, by Euke Me- 1 Luke Aunt .losie. Keene, J. O. and i. II. Br. f. Come.lie dWinnur, by Luke McLuke -Carmen. Koba 0 Tlieiseu — Blk. f, Megan, by Hessian — I Met Mexican. LoveR, Dr. R. V.. Ch. f. Little Horeiice, by Gen. Roberta— bar! NMa. Mai hall. E. P.— Ch. 1. Our Dear, l,y King James — I loll. i Bnltmaii. Mt tie 0 Williams, n -B. f, Alameda Girl, by Jim Catiiie.v — Sonia. 1 Merle and WRUaataaa, b. or br. f. Mtaa Merle, by JbM Galla.y /ienap. I Moore, Okas. w.. Jr.- B. f. Martha Faibm. by Me- 1 Qce I.ooiiy D..011. Beplogle. .1 L.onatd 1.. f. Piin.ess Palatine, by Ilime lalaline — hrizelte. Scott, D. W. Ill, f. Georgette, by The Manager — Jaaiaa. Sinims X- Oliver Ch. f. Prelude, by Fair Play— St. - Iriscilla. Wallace, .1. Franklin — P.. f. Helen CuuarJ, by Co 1 Bard— Helen Raybaiihl. Weddeist 1 1111.I. Lee B. t", Dixie ODay. by Dick 1 Imiiell Idle Day. ; tldle Hour Stock Farm. j

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