Woodbine Fall Stakes: Fine Responses to Valuable Feature Races Offered by Ontario Jockey Club, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-31


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WOODBINE FALL STAKES Fine Responses to Valuable Feature Races Offered by Ontario Jockey Club. TORONTO, Ont, August 30. Secretary W. P. Fraser of the Ontario Jockey Club announced today that a splendid response had been received to the stake entries for th autumn meeting at Woodbine, September 20 to 27. The best horses in training in America have been entered for the Toronto Autumn Cup, at the mile and a quarter, which this year will have an added value of 5,000 and will be the feature of the opening day, Wednesday, September 20. There are thirty-six entries, including such well-known horses and public favorites as Exterminator, Firebrand, Devastation, Guy, Mad Hatter, Make Up, Boniface, Baby Grand, Golden Sphere, Blazes, Snob II., Bit of White, Best Pal, Rouleau, Rockminister, Thunderclap, Gre Lag, Flying Cloud, Kai-Sang, Pillory, John Paul Jones and Bon Homme. The Ontario Jockey Club Handicap, 57,500 added, the two-mile and a quarter race to be run on Saturday, September 23, follows with an entry of twenty-seven, containing the names of the best long-distance horses to be found, and will prove second only In importance at the meeting. The Durham Cup, ,500 added, for horses foaled in Canada, at a mile and three-quarters, has all the good Canadian breds of three-year-olds and over, and will be run on the last day. The Seagram Cup, ,000 added, for two-year-olds foaled in Canada, with an entry of twenty-six, will show the best of the two-year-olds, from which a good line on the Kings Plate winner of 1923 may be had. while the Grey Stakes, ,000 added, for two-year-olds at a mile, has the best youngsters which have raced in Canada entered, in addition to those of J. S. Cosden, E. R. Bradley, Willis Sharpe Kilmer, Montfort Jones and R, T. Wilson. The Hendrie Steeplechase Handicap, ,000 added, at two and a half miles, finds Sweep ment among the nominations, along .with the entries of C. K. Harrison, Jr., W, G. Wilson J. S. Cosden, R. B. Strassburger, Folly Farm. Stable and Mrs. Ambrose Clark.

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