Large Monetary Returns: Two Weeks of Racing at Windsor and Kenilworth to Net Horsemen a Total of 50,000, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-22


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i ; I ! I ] I ! | i ] : I j I I | URGE MONETARY RETURNS Two Weeks of Racing at Windsor and Kenilworth to Net Horsemen a Total of 50,000. DETROIT. Mich.. June 21.— Two straight weeks of racing at the Windsor Jockey Club and at Kenilworth Park, from July 12 to 28, will net the successful horsemen 50,000. This will afford a daily average in excess of 1,000 and a sufficient lure to attract the fashionable stables to the Windsor courses next month. This financial enticement that compares favorably with any turf distribution during a similar period at any other track in America is responsible for the entry of such sars as Spot Cash, Shuffle Along. Chilhowee, Rialto. Exodus, Cherry Pie, Barracuda. Sen-i ator Norris. Sunsini, Zev, Mad Play. Bracadale, Black Gold. Mad Hatter, Energy, Deep Thought. Golden Rule. New Hampshire. Beau Butler, Boh Tail and other splendid performers to the Windsor fixtures. What with the 0,000 Frontier Handicap at the Windsor Jockey Club and the ,000 International and Windsor Stake;; at Ken-i ilworth. these stars will be afforded ample opportunity to appear here under colors, not to mention the daily chance during the fort-! night of taking a fling at the ,030 overnight handicaps. In the supporting cast each afternoon at both tracks the horses of lesser repute will find their prospects most excellent in the purse races, the add?d value of each to average not less than ,200. The two-year-eld races at both tracks will prove particularly Interesting ne::t month. F.r the Provincial Handicap, carded at the Windsor Jockey Club on the fourth day of the meeting, many of the most highly-tried youngsters in the country have been nominated. Among this years stake winners which have been nominated are Menifee. Sure To Win. Cream Puff. Thistlewood, Gyink-: liana. Barbara Frietchie, Toppamte. Dress Goods and Reputation. These youngsters, during their brief career on the turf have shown themselves to be worthy descendants of the get of Incle, Hilarious, Pennant, Jim Gaffney. Honcywood. Old Koenig, Winstan-ley and North Star III. Among other eligi-bles are promising sons and daughters of Sweep, Black Toney, Marathon and Sir Barton.

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