Two Big Stake Race to be Run Today: Rich Breeders Futurity at Lexington Attracts Good Field of Juveniles, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-22


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TWO BIG STAKE RACES . TO BE RUN TODAY Rich Breeders Futurity at Lexington Attracts Good Field of Juveniles Twenty Named for G. D. Bryan Memorial Handicap, Saturdays Outstanding at Bowie Kentucky Racing for 1924 Ends This Afternoon LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 21. The Kentucky racing season of 1924 will come to an end tomorrow with the decision of the rich Breeders Futurity and a supplementary program that promises an afternoon of high-class sport. For the Breeders Futurity eleven two-year-olds of excellent racing credentials are named to strive for the rich prize, the last big stake feature of the Kentucky racing season. This fixture closed for nominations July 1, 1022, and received 648 entries at each, representing ,240 in entrance fees. On January 1, 1923, 531 paid 0 each to remain eligible under the conditions, while on January 1, 1924, 257 paid 0 each and on July 1, 1921, 122 paid 0 each. These fees added to the ,000 offered by the Kentucky Association made the gross value of the race 2,350 without the starting fees, which amount to 50 each. In the event that ten start the net value to the winner will be approximately 9,000. A race worth while winning. Breeders Futurity Contestants P.P. - Horse. Wt. Jockey. Owner. Trainer. 1 Brown Sugar 122 D. Hum.. E. R. Bradley II. J. Thompson 2 Balboa 122 R. Zucchini P. Dunne P. Dunne 3 Oh Susanna 119 W. Lilley J.N.Camden D.E.Stewart 4 Noah 122 H.P.Whitney F.Hopkins 5 Kentucky Cardinal. .127 D. Breckinridge J. C. Milam 6 Supremus 122 J. Heupel... H. P. Headley D.E.Stewart 7 Annihilator 122 M. Garner Anderson and Kendle.P. Coyne 8 Step Along 122 L. McDermott F. Grabner. W. Perkins 9 Candy Kid 122 I. Parke H. P. Whitney J. Rowe 10 Almadel 122 W. W. Taylor. ... .H. P. Headley W. Buford 11 Sir Peter 122 W. Kelsay J.W.Bell R. C. Frakes H. P. "Whitney sent two of his good two-year-olds here to try for it in Noah and Candy-Kid. Noah has won four races, finished second once, third once and fourth once in his last seven starts. Candy Kid has raced with distinction time and again and is a real dangerous candidate. Kentucky Cardinal is the hope of the West, the Breckinridge colt being considered one of the stars of the juvenile division of the year. Oh Susanna, the crack Camden filly, with seven straight victories to her credit, is another westerner that may be counted on to make it interesting for the "Whitney stars. It should be a good race and a befitting finale of a wonderfully successful year of racing in the Blue Grass state. BOWIE, Md., Nov. 21 It is indeed a wonderful field for this late period of the year that has been named to contest for the 0,000 added G. D. Bryan Memorial Handicap, fifth and feature attraction of tomorrows program at Prince Georges Park. Twenty are carded to start in this mile stake and with Wise Counsellor, Spot Cash, Shuffle Along, Sunsini, Worthmore, Princess Doreen, Senator Norris, Spot Cash, Reparation and others among the probable starters the prospects are that a smashing good contest will entertain the big crowd that is certain to be present to see its decision. Big Field in Bowie Feature P.P. Horss. Wt. Jockey. Owner. Trainer. 1 Harlan 90 J. McTague. J. E. Griffith H. Rites 2 Donaghee : .110 F. Sharpe J. W. Bean J.P.Smith 3 Setting Sun 96 L.Lang .. .E. K. Bryson G. R. Bryson 4 Battle Field 94 J. Shanks G. A. Cochran J. Whalen 5 Plough Boy 96 R. Williams. . Joaquin Stable T. R. Queen 6 Worthmore 114 E. Barnes J. S. Ward W. V. Walsh 7 Senator Norris. . .107 F. Stevens .... .H. G. Bedwell H. G. Bedwell 8 Sunsini Ill D. Connelley Lilane Stable F. M. Bray 9 Fraternity II 102 B. Marinelli J.F.Richardson J.F.Richardson 10 Reparation 112 J. Maiben.. J.E.Davis M.Brady 11 Bonnie Omar. . . .104 F. Weiner. B. Reuge J. Dow 12 Spot Cash 116 C. Lang .A. C. Bostwick J. W. Healy 13 Shuffle Along ...116 F. Ccltilstti A. C. Bostwick J. W. Healy 14 Miss Whisk 96 G. Hudgins .H. P. Whitney F. Hopkins 15 Senalado 93 R. Pierce R.T.Wilson T. J. Haaley 16 Princess Doreen..! H. Stutts Audley Farm Stable... S. M. Henderson 17Noel 104 B. Breuning E. B. McLean J. F. Schorr 18 Prince Hamlet... 98 J. Stevens H. G. Bedwell H. G. Bedwell 19Volante 90 W. Harvey G. Babin P. Pelletiere 20 Wise Counsellor. 123 S. ODonnell F. A. Burton W. V. Walsh

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