Victoria Stakes Popular: Sixty-two Juveniles Named for Woodbine Dash on May 24; Mrs. L. A. Livingston the Largest Nominator With Six Candidates--Large Field and Good Contest Expected., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-21


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VICTORIA STAKES POPULAR Sixtyrtwo Juveniles Named for Woodbine D sh on May 24 Mrs Ill A Livingston the Largest Nominator NominatorWith With Six Candidates Large Field and andtGood tGood Contest Expected TORONTO Ont May 20 The twoyear old feature at the Woodbine spring meeting is the Victoria Stakes 5000 added at five furlongs This year the race will be run on Tuesday May 24 Victoria Day Last year it was run on opening day just after the Kings Plate and the winner was Al G Westons black Transvaal colt Jopagan which beat Landord from i the stable of Commander J K L Ross and the Seagram Stables Upsetta in a great finish The win ¬ ner was little fancied by the public and paid better than 50 to 1 in the mutuels mutuelsNominations Nominations for the Victoria Stakes this year number sixtytwo and many of those entered have already been to the races The probabilities are for a large fieldond another great contest contestMrs Mrs L A Livingston is the largest nomi ¬ nator with six candidates all by Kingship Lovetie Commander J K I Ross has nominated five One of them Totara a chestnut Cudgel filly raced at Pimlioo on Monday and did fairly well for her first start startNEVADA NEVADA STOCK FARM QUARTET QUARTETThe The Nevada Stock Farm has four entries among them Wind Flower winner of a half mile maiden filly race at Pimlico on Monday and Sweepesta which finished third in her first start General Diskin a bay colt by Sweep is reputed to be a good one There are four candidates from the stable of Walter J Salmon Cosmetic Postage Black Friar and Polar Sea SeaThe The Seagram Stable will be a factor aa usual with the best of a quartet made up from Rundale Knight Lady Septa and Dileas Cu Brath Knight has already earned brackets bracketsSome Some of the twoyearolds that have been trained at the Woodbine course this spring are in the nominations J P White has a pair of speedy provincebreds Cedar Crest and Sun Crest Dr R E Webster has Will Rose by Roseland Riverdale Stable has Ellen O by Spanish Prince and R W R Cowie has Bonnington a brown filly by Leonardo II IIAltogether Altogether it is a very formidable list with plenty of material for a great race Last year there were eighteen horses carded in the program and fourteen faced the starter Sir Harry uri Lynn and Willie K were among the also rans that day

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