Woodbine Autumn Stakes: Ontario Jockey Club to Distribute 27,000 during Fall Meeting-Toronto Cup Value Increased, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-03


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WOODBINE AUTUMN STAKES Ontario Jockey Club to Distribute 27,000 During Fall Meeting Toronto Cup Value Increased. HAMILTON, OnL. August 2. W. P. Prazer, secretary of the Ontario Jockey Club, arrived here this morning from Toronto and distributed stake blanks for the fall meeting at Woodbine. Canadas most progressive racing organization will distribute 27,000 during the seven days meeting beginning September 20 and ending September 27. Prizes for the steeplechases will amount to 0,000, one race through the field being held daily. Eleven stake features are provided, with the Toronto Autumn Cup as the headliner. This race has had a substantial increase of value over previous years, the Ontario Jockey Club adding 5,000 for the 1922 running. It is for three-year-olds and over, at one m-le and a quarter, and should attract an entry list of star handicap horses. Another important fixture is the Rothschild Cup, a handicap, to which , COO is added, and is for three-year-olds and over foalea in Canada. Horses are only eligible for this race which during the year 1922 have run only upon race courses under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Racing Associations. The value of the Durham Cup has also been increased ,500 over the previous value of ,000. The overnight purses range in value from ,000 down to ,500, the minimum figure. The stake features for the steeplechasers are the Hendrie Steeplechase, with ,000 added, and the Coventry Steeplechase, with ,000 added.

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