Havre Stake Entries Big: Three Fixtures of First Maryland Meeting Attract 179 Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-11


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HAVRE STAKE ENTRIES BIG Three Fixtures of First Maryland Meeting Attract 179 Horses, t Leading Stables of tlio East Represented Among Nominations for Rich Feature Events. : HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., Sept. 10. The leading horsemen of the east and some westerners have nominated 179 thoroughbreds of various ages for the stakes of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Associations, to be run at the ten-day meeting which begins hero September 24. The Havre de Grace meeting will inaugurate the big fall racing in Maryland. After the close here the horses will race for a month at Laurel Park, completing the season at Pimlico and Bowie. Between 50,000 and 00,000 will be distributed among horsemen in Maryland in the course of ten weeks of racing. The Harford Association, in its short meeting, will dispense about 30,000. The Eastern Shore Handicap with 0,000 added for two-year-olds at three-quarters mile has attracted seventy-four nominations : the Potomac with 0,000 added for three-year-olds at one mile and a sixteenth, forty-five ; the Havre de Grace Handicap of 0,000 for three-year-olds and over at one mile and one-eighth, sixty. PROMINENT NOMINATORS. Among the nominators are "William Woodward, August Belmont, A. C. Bostwick, J. S. Cosden, Mrs. Payne Whitney, Edward Beale McLean, Commander J. K. L. Boss, Edward Arlington, Alfred Hcnnen Morris, George Wingfield, W. J. Potter, Harry F. Sinclair, Edward F. Simms, Admiral Cary T. Grayson, J. B. Smith, Senator Patrick Joyce, William Gallagher, Harry Payne Whitney, Richard T. Wilson, William Martin, John P. Mills, Mrs. A. Swenke, Desha Breckinridge, Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt II., J. Edwin Griffith, Willis Sharpe Kilmer, Ral Parr, H. G. Bedwell, -Thomas W. OBrien, Samuel Ross, Walter J. Salmon, Edward F. Whitney, Frank M. Taylor, James W. Bean, and John Farrell, Jr. Among the two-year-olds in the Eastern Shore Handicap, which will be the opening days feature, are: Laplander, Finlana, . Cloudland, Sunsard,. Saratoga Maje, Nichol-las, Single Foot, Retire, Volante, Nedana, Royalite, Chrysalis, Devonshire; Trip Lightly, Judge Fuller, Arcady, Noah, Candy Kid, Backbone, Overall, Coronation,-The-Bat, Faddist, Senalado, Campfire Tales, Scorcher, Beatrice, Moon Magic, Rockstone, Sombre, Stirrup Cup, Hearth Broom, Chink, Sun Hathor, Marathonian, Golden Poppy, - Pictin, Forecast II., Huber, Contract, Harry Baker, Peter Paul, Gymkhana, Hurry In, Barbara Frietchie, Marconi, Prince of Bourbon, Sweeping Away, Soldier True and Mindette. GOOD HORSES IN rOTOMAC. The good three-year-olds in the Potomac include: Priscilla Ruley, one of the smartest fillies of the year; Sarazen, Mad Play, i:ra-cadale, Stanwix, Ladkin, Eaglet, Sparkling Wit, Klondyke, Transmute, Whiskalong, Gonfalon, Initiate, Abu Ben Ahdem, Rustic, The Poet, Rinkey, Dazzler, Leopardess, Floating On, Honor, Lucky Play, Blind Play, Aga Khan, Lord Baltimore II., Nautical, Senator Norris, Sarko, Resolution, Donnelly, Catalan, Batonnier, Sheiman, King ONeill II., Polvo, Gold Bug, Roland and Flames. My Own, winner of last years renewal of the Saratoga Cup, the National Trial Sweepstakes and Maryland Handicap and this seasons Saratoga Handicap, is the most formidable of the handicap horses in the Havre de Grace Handicap, which will be run the last, day. Other eligibles include Enchantment, winner of last falls renewal of the Havre ao Grace ; Mad Hatter, the stoutest distance runner racing now that Exterminator has been retired ; Spot Cash, handicap hero of Canadian racing this season ; Snob II., an ,000 star of the Cosden stable; Little Chief, winner of last springs 5,000 Tijuana Cup and holder of the Pacific coast record for two miles ; My Play, Valador, Osprey, General Thatcher, Thunderclap, King Solomons Seal, Sunsini, Wilkes-Barre, Oppei-man, Red Wingfield and Wilderness and the three-year-olds, Sarazen, Aga Khan, Priscilla Ruley, Ladkin, Lucky Play, Catalan, Senatoi Norris, Rustic, Bracadale, Stanwix, Eaglet, Sparkling Wit, Klondyke, Gonfalon, Transmute, Initiate, Abu Ben Ahdem, Sarko, Gold Bug and Nautical. 4

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