Over 1,400 Entries: Record Nomination List Received for Futurity of 1925.; H. P. Whitney Names 99, J. E. Madden 98 and Every Breeding State Is Represented., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-09


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OVER 1400 ENTRIES Record Nomination List Received for Futurity of 1925 H P Whitney Names 99 J E Madden 98 and Every Breed ¬ ing State Is Represented NEW YORK N Y January S That the bloodstock breeders of the United States and Canada are solidly behind the Westchester Racing Association in its plans for the per ¬ petuation of the great races which mean so much to the turf is indicated by the splen ¬ did total of entries for the Futurity of 1025 no fewer than 1434 having been received up to noon on Saturday SaturdayThis This is a record for the race and there is no horse breeding state in the Union without representation That the late mails will increase the figures materially is cer ¬ tain but as the entries now stand the West Chester management has reason to be proud of the showing which is a tangible evidenco of the good will of the breeders of the coun ¬ try The quality which is manifest through ¬ out the list augurs well for the excellence of the race which has always had a place of its own in the affections of the people A critical analysis of the breeding of the dams whose produce will contest for the great prize two years hence gives an insight not otherwise obtainable into the character and scope of bloodstock importations into the United States within the past year Daugh ¬ ters of the best English and French sires mated with the cracks of England and tho Continent appear on the list Others have been bred to representative American stal ¬ lions and there is on the whole an intelligent understanding of the problems encountered in an occupation once classed as hazardous but now considered an industry of solidity solidityAs As usual the rivalry between Harry Payne Whitney and John E Madden for pride of place is keen and this time the honor goes to New Jersey the Brookdale establishment having 99 nominations as against 98 for Hamburg Place The Whitney mares and a superb collection they arc have been bred to Johren Broomstick Whiskbroom II Chicle All Gold Pennant Thunderer and Peter Pan Mr Madden has used his own horses or those in which he has an interest These are Friar Rock The Finn St Rock Eliminator and Hessian the latter dead sinca last spring springA A B HANCOCK NAMES 51 51Arthur Arthur B Hancock with breeding nur ¬ series in both Kentucky and Virginia is the third heaviest patron of the race with 51 choice mares bred to such horses as Omar Khayyam Wrack Jim GafCney and Ambas ¬ sador IV Another liberal nominator is Xalapa Farm with 51 fine matrons bred to Negofol Prince Palatine North Star III Theo Cook Pennant Prince Pal and Eternal It will be the first of the get of Eternal and also the first of the get of Negofol and Prince Palatine foaled in this country countrySanford Sanford Stud Farms of Amsterdam this state has a distinguished entry of 40 by the best foreign sires bred to such English and French cracks as Pommern Galloper Light Gainsborough Gay Crusader John o Gaunt Buchan Stefan the Freat Archaic Prestige Durbar Cylgad and Sandmole while saveral are by the American bred George Smith W R Coes total is 3C the number including representatives of the fa ¬ mous Sledmere Stud imported during the war They are bred to Polymelian Over There and Harmonicon It will be the first crop of fcals by Over There the handsome son of Spearmint disqualified in the Realization a few years ago The Kilmer establishment at Binghamton this state is well represented by 34 marcs bred to Sun Briar Assagai and Allumeur II Mr Kilmers colors were in front in the Futurity of 1922 when Sallys Alley by Allumeur II Salvolatile by Dis ¬ guise performed in a way that reflected credit on the Empire State as a horse breed ¬ ing center center2IONTFORT 2IONTFORT JONES THIttTYTnilEE THIttTYTnilEEMontfort Montfort Jones place as a breeder is defi ¬ nitely indicated by the presence of 33 dams in the total which engaged the attention of racing secretary Earlocker and his staff for the past week They are mated with Sir Barton Friar Rock Ormondale Superman and Sir Martin It will be the first crop for Sir Barton Historic Belair Stud is repre ¬ sented by 23 the get of Omar Khayyam Ambassador IV Jim GafTney Wrack and Sarmatian the last named a splendid young French horse of the Herod line selected by Mr Woodward for his blood lines and indi ¬ viduality The quality of Sarmatians colts the oldest of which are now yearlings are glorious in their promise and have charmed those who have seen them in their Maryland paddocks paddocksEdward Edward Cebrian a liberal buyer at tho recent Macomber sale has 27 nominations in Continued on twelfth pace OVER 1400 ENTRIES Continued from flrst pace the Westchester race including the French dams bred to Maintenon Hollister War Cloud Star Hawk and Sea Sick and a num ¬ ber of American mares mated with his own stallions Troutbeck and Von Tromp now quartered in Kentucky KentuckyThe The Nursery Stud has 27 choice mares bred to Fair Play Hourless Man of War North Star III Omar Khayyam Ormondale and Black Toney As Major Belmont bred Man o War it is a natural impulse for him to want some of the great horses children In selecting Meddlesome II a lovely daugh ¬ ter of Meddler as a mate for Man o War a nick that should be productive was estab ¬ lished Himyar Stud also has 27 nominations for the great prize Some of the sires rep ¬ resented are Hourless Peter Pan North Star III Escoba Flittcrgold and Torch Bearer Richard T Wilsons total of 24 includes ovary good producer at Kirklcving ton His own horses Campfire Olambala and Hannibal were bred to most of them with a few mares to the English horses Archaic and Brown Prince and the French ¬ man Tchad No young horEC among the American sires holds greater promise than Campfire CampfireJ J II Ross2tcr and Walter J Salmon have each named 23 the former owner patronizing his own horses Friar Rock Disguise and Cataract as well as North Star III and Huon II Mr Salmon has shown gooil judg ¬ ment both in the choice in mares and the horses to which they were bred Some of the sires used are Broomstick Hourless Lemonora Somme Kiss Bachelors Double Swynford Fair Play Brown Prince Light Brigade Under Fire and Ambassador IV Rosedrop dam of Gainsborough is mated with Somme Kiss KissJIANCOCAS JIANCOCAS REPRESENTATION REPRESENTATIONThe The Rancocas and Greentree Stables are represented by 22 which is also the num ¬ ber to the credit of Captain P M Walker of Virginia and A K Macomber of San Fran ¬ cisco and Paris Tho Rancocas matrons have been mated with Lucullite Purchase and Inchcape while the Greentree dams have been bred to Broomstick Whisk Brocm II Johren Dominant and Peter Pan Most of Captain Walkers mares were bred to his own horse Trap Reck with a few to Gnome the property of his friend Admiral Grayson The presence of so many entries by Mr Macomber is proof that much of his racing will be done in this country despite his sub ¬ stantial interest in the French turf A few of his nominations are French bred and mated with foreign horses but most are of American lineage and bred to War Flame and Liberty Loan LoanTwenty Twenty of the finest marcs at East View Stud have been named by James Butler They are bred to Pebbles High Noon and Spur Samuel Ross and Joseph E Widener are each represented by 19 the former pat ¬ ronizing Trap Rock Hourless Sir Barton Jim Gaffney and Gnome while the latter has sent some of his choicest dams to Man o War Fair Play Sweep Wrack Omar Khay ¬ yam with recent importations bred to the great English horses Lemberg Sunstar and Gay Crusader the latter a fitting mate for the 30000 Reine des Peches by Roi Herode W B Millers Greenwich Stud names 18 bred to Brown Prince The Finn Huron II Under Fire and Sir Martin Mr and Mrs Walter M Jeffords have named 17 bred to Man o War Golden Broom and Star Hamp ¬ ton while J K L Ross is represented by a like number bred to Cudgel Sir Barton and Wigstonc George D Widener also has 17 bred to Trompe la Mort Aeronaut Johren and Broomstick H P Ileadleys 17 were bred to Brown Prince The Finn High Time and Light Brigade BrigadeOther Other nominations include 11 for Admiral Gary T Grayson bred to Gnome Trap Rock and High Time 14 for K N Gilpin 12 each for J N Camden and G A Cochran bred to Light Brigade Peter Quince His Majesty Sweep and Man o War J S Cosden has 11 bred to Crimper and Blazes while Glen Riddle Farm has 10 bred to Man o War Belray Farms names 9 bred to Danger Rock Thomas Piatts 1C are mated with Dick Fln ncll The Fian Delhi and Theo Cook CookThat That the seed planted by the Jockey Clubs breeding bureau has borne fruit is shown by the presence of eight mares entered by tho Genesee VaIey Breeders Association They are mated with Al Bloch Kalitan War Call Ormesdale end Long Tongue C L Whiting has named 10 bred to Half Rock Maino has joined the thoroughbred producing states Avith five marcs the property of Robert M Eastman bred to Fair Play Hourless and Victor S

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