Havre De Grace Opens Saturday: Maryland Racing Scene to Shift to Picturesque Harford County Track, Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-12


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HAVRE DE GRACE OPENS SATURDAY ♦ ■ Maryland Racing Scene to Shift to Picturesque Harford County Track , Crusader and Other Outstanding Stars of Various Divisions Named for Four Spring Stake Features — Many of Better Class Horses to Get Into Action » HAVRE DE GRACE. Md., April 11.— The most successful thoroughbreds of the winter racing recently finished in Florida, Louisiana and at Tijuana, are among the 286 nominations for the four 0,000 spring specials of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association that will be renewed here during the thirteen days of racing that will begin next Saturday. These specials are the Harford and Philadelphia Handicaps, dashes of three-quarters and one and one-sixteenth miles respectively, for three-year-olds and upward; the Chesapeake, a gallop of one and one-sixteenth miles, for three-year-olds exclusively; and the Aberdeen, a sprint of four and one-half furlongs, for two-year-olds. The Harford will be the first days feature. The Chesapeake will be run getaway day. The Aberdeen and the Philadelphia will be mid-session attractions. With Bowie closing next Wednesday and the meeting here not opening until Saturday, there will be a two-day break in the Maryland season of sport this spring. Upward of 55,000 will be distributed among the owners of the eight hundred horses that will have assembled before the middle of the week, most of them at their very best, thanks to unprecedentedly pleasant training weather in all parts 3of the country through February and March. The average daily distribution will be about 2,000. S Harry, son of Wildair and Ballotade, winner of the 00,000 Cof froth Handicap and the biggest gleaner of the year, is in the Harford with Crusader, the most successful of last seasons American three-year-old winners ; also Corvette, Kdisto, Princess Doreen, Single Foot, Canter, Terry, Point Breeze, Silver Fox. Sweepster, Sankari, Cheops. Rip Rap, The Satrap, Valorous, Bostonian, Whiskery, Afterglow, Kentucky II., Social Mug, Nicholas, Sunsard, Senator Norris. Cud-geller, Navigator, Pillotta, Painted Kady. Triton, Prince of Wales, Rolls Royce, Arno, Joy Smoke, Volante, Flight of Time, Croydeti, Pantella, Pandera, General Lee, Sun Hawk and Filemaker. Most of these are in the Philadelphia with Sir Harry, along with Mars, J. Fred A.. King Solomons Seal, Harry Baker, Lehigh Valley, To; Boot. Banton, Montferrat and Reminder. Kdisto won last springs Philadelphia. Mars, like Crusader, a gallant son of Man o War, won last seasons revival of the Travers Stakes and Washington Handicap. Crusader was not as ready for racing last April as he is this year, but he came down last September to win a Havre de Crace handicap. Justice F., which beat Sir Harry in the Tijuana Derby after winning a Rex and a Kin-coin Handicap at New Orleans, is in the Chesapeake with the Wildair colt, other formidable eligibles being Crystal Domino, General Kee, Bonnie Maginn, Social Mug, War Flame. Fair Star. The Satrap, Pygmalion, Revolver, I.odina, Saxon, Terry, Point Breeze, Triton, Willie K.. Sweepster, Sankari, Cheops, Wandering Minstrel, Abul Fath, Gold Coin, Rip Rap, Black Panther, Teheran, Kentucky II.. Valorous. Bostonian, Byrd, Whiskery, Afterglow and Jopagan. ENTER TIJUANA FUTURITY WINNER. Fair Star, daughter of Wrack and Ktoile Filante. won last seasons Selima and Pim-lico Futurity Stakes for William Dulotit of Wilmington. The Satrap and Kentucky II. are outlanders that distinguished themselves in last seasons two-year-old racing in Great Britain. DuPont imported The Satrap last summer at a cost of 00,000; Charles Schwartz brought Kentucky II. over at a cost of $.".0,000. Sun Meddler and Sunchen, which are in the Aberdeen with Sport Hallahan, Titter, All Callo, Latvia and a bunch of unknowns, ran one-two at Tijuana three weeks ago in a renewal of the Tijuana Futurity. The largest nominators are Harry Payne Whitney, William Woodward, Montfort and B. P. Jones. H. G. Bedwell. Harry F. Sinclair. Mrs. .Margaret Kmerson Baker, Mrs. Payne Whitney, Walter J. Salmon. H. Teller Archibald. William Garth. 1. H. Faulconer. Kenneth L Gilpin. Samuel D. Ri.ldle. Willis Sharpe Kilmer, J. P. Jones, the Seagram brothers and Richard T. Wilson. Others whose names are written large in American racing are Kdward Beale McLean, .Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords, William DuPont. Morton L Schwartz. Charles Schwartz, William A. Head, Charles Carroll. W. 1.. llernstadt, Samuel Ross. Admiral Cary Continue*! uii eighth page. HAVRE OPENS SATURDAY Continued from first page T. Grayson. Col. R. H. Williams, Larry Waterbury, Carey Winfrey, Edward F. Whitney, E. M. Byers, James W. Bean, William Daniels, J. R. Skinker. Samuel EL Harris, Ral Parr, A. I. Weston, Albert C. Bostwick, Mrs. William EC Vanderbilt 11., .1. Kdwin Griffith, Patrick F. Joyce, Bernard M. Baruch, E. R. Moorehouse, Harry Sage. W. A. Wollman, John Farrell, Jr., and J. Fred Adams.

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