For Breeders Futurity: Third Payments Made on 257 Two-year-Olds for Fifteenth Running of Noted Race, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-20


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FOR BREEDERS FUTURITY Third Payments Made on 257 Two -year-olds for Fifteenth Running of Noted Race. LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 19. The Kentucky Association reports that third payments have been made on 257 two-year-olds for the fifteenth running of the Breeders Futurity, which is to be decided here next fall and which will have an estimated value of ?20,000. Harry Payne AVhitney heads the list with 19 eligibles, John E. Madden is second with 17, E. R. Bradley third with 14, J. N. Camden fourth with 11, Willis Sharpe Kilmer fifth with 9, Gifford A. Cochran sixth with 7 and Hal Price Headley, John D. Hertz, B. B. and Montfort Jones and the Rancocas Stable have 6 each. W. R. Cce, R. P. Marshall, J. K. L. Ross, E. F. Simms, the Green-tree Stable each have 5 eligibles. The stallions most largely represented are Senator Camdens Light Brigade and Col-E. R. Bradleys North Star HI., each having 14 in the list. E. F. Simms Negofol and John E. Maddens Sir Martin each have 13. Harry Payne Whitneys Peter Pan has 11. Senator Camdens Peter Quince has 7. Major August Belmonts Hourless, Montfort and B. B. Jones Star Master, the dead Ultimus and T. M. Murphys Golden Maxim each are represented by C eligibles, while Major T. C. McDowells The Manager, John E. Maddens St. Rock, Harry Payne Whitneys Whisk Broom H. and Rody P. Marshalls Smoke Houso are each represented by 5 eligibles.

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