Fairmount Opening Near: Spring Meeting to Be Inaugurated Next Saturday With Collinsville Handicap the Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-23


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FAIRMOUNT OPENING NEAR Spring Meeting to Be Inaugurated InauguratedNext Next Saturday With Collins Collinsville ville Handicap the Feature COLLINSVILLE 111 May 21 With the Collinsville Handicap at threequarters with an added money value of 5000 as the fea ¬ ture event the gates of Fairmount Park will open Saturday for the thirtytwo days racing of the second annual spring meeting The magnificent plant is more beautiful in its artistic touch of floraculture and natural setting than ever before and with all of its splendid equipment in readiness the meeting from every indication will prove the greatest since the inauguration of the sport here hereIncluded Included in the eightyseven nominated in the Collinsville Handicap are a number of the best horses that have shown class in their performances of this year Hydromel of the J X Camden stable and Jock the pacemaker in the Kentucky Derby are among the entries Other horses of note named in the event include the Audley Farm Stables Glister H G Bedwells Bulletin Brown Shasta Farm Stables Shasta Bullet George Collins Old Slip Harned Bros Reputation Hal Price Headleys Helens Babe Mrs R M Hoots Beggar Boy Sam Louis Lounger Mrs W F Medians Thad dcus Nugent Bros Traveller J B Res pens Hornsby and Wild Rose Farm Stables Massillon In addition to Hydromel John ¬ son N Camden has named Noreaster while E B McLean has others than Jock three additional cligibles including Prince of Wales Weights will be announced Monday according to Julius G Reeder associate rac ¬ ing secretary secretaryRecent Recent arrivals at Fairmount Park include the stables of Sam Louis with the good horse Lounger and six others James Booker with five and J J Reynolds with two These stables were shipped from Pim lico H Webb who trained Black Gold the winner of the Kentucky Derby of 1924 ar ¬ rived from Churchill Downs Thursday with Mrs R M Hoots horses including Beggar Boy With the Hoots stable were the good performers Red Leather and Efeldee belong ¬ ing to judge J S Wallace the wellknown Kentucky racing official

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