Nominations for Preakness Stakes of 1932: Ninety-Six Colts and Fillies Named for Marylands 0,000 Spring Fixture, Daily Racing Form, 1932-01-22


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NOMINATIONS FOR PREAKNESS STAKES OF 1932 , fl Ninety-Six Colts and Fillies Named for Marylands 0,000 Spring Fixture C. V. Whitneys Champion Top Flight Among Four Entered by Her Owner Burning Blaze, Hygro, Tick On, Proteus and Others Nominated The complete list of nominations for the 1932 Preakness follows: j Air Pilot English Knight Major Lee Sekhmet J Burgoo King Faireno Mexico Sir Walter J Brother Joe Footpad Miscalculate Sweeping Light I Bubble Up Flag Trick Microphone Semaphore I Brandon Mint - Fall Apple Mad Pursuit Snow King 1 Buster Moon Galavantier Mad Frump : , Shiva J Black Jacket Gallant Sir Old Master Scotch Gold Byzantine Gusto On Post Slave Ship Blue Arab High Devine Pardee Sun Manor Big Beau Hygro Proteus Sunmelus Brad Incantation Portam Sir Kendal I Boatswain Klipdrift Parry Sazerac j Barcelona Pete Laughing Queen Pro Bono Tetra Khan j Black Board Lucre Polo Bar Triple Threat Burning Blaze Ladfield . Peter Quick Tick On I Border Warrant Larranaga Prince Hotspur Tush j Cheela Lucky Tom Princess Camelia Towee j Curacao Liberty Limited Portden Texas Knight I Cold Check Monday Pennywise Top Flight I Caerleon Macac Paramour The Crane j Clotho Masked Knight Phantom General Universe j Daisaburo Marmion Peacock Alley Westy Junior ! Dark Charmer Morfair Rehoboth War Hero j Dark Secret Merry Fox Renaissance Watch Tower ... . ...4 BALTIMORE, Md., Jan. 21. M. L. Daiger, secretary of the Maryland Jockey Club, which operates the Pimlico course, announced today that ninety-six of Americas most promising three-year-old colts and fillies have been nominated for the fortieth renewal of the historic 0,000 added Preakness Stakes, at one mile and three-sixteenths. Nominations closed Monday, January 11. The nominations were made by subscription of 5 each and an additional payment of ,000 is required to start. The sum of ,000 goes Ho the owner of the racer finishing second; ,000 to the owner of the third, and ,000 to the fourth. The ninety-six nominees represent fifty-nine different interests. Most prominent of the candidates to the forthcoming Preakness is C. V. Whitneys Top Flight, champion juvenile of the 1931 racing season and winner of the Pimlico Futurity. Her owner also has nominated Clotho, Mad Frump and Fall Apple. Mrs. L. G. Kaufman, whose racers perform under the nom de course of the Loma Stable, is represented on the list of eligibles by On Post and the Hopeful Stakes winner, Tick On. M. L. Schwartz has named Barcelona Pete, Watch Tower, Gusto and Black Board. The Shandon Farm, formerly the Valley Lake Stable of Chicago, has a noteworthy nominee in Burning Blaze, winner of the Post and Paddock, Eastern Shore Handicap and Johnson Stakes. The Three Ds Stable is represented by Liberty Limited and Texas Knight. J. J. Robinson has nominated Lucky Tom and Walter J. Salmon forwarded the names of Mad Pursuit and Air Pilot. The Nevada Stock Farm Stable named Hygro and Klipdrift. BOSTWICKS NOMINEE. A. C. Bostwick, whose Mate scored in last years running, has but one nominee, Proteus, winner of the Bashford Manor Idle Hour and other races. W. R. Coe may start Masked Knight and Laughing Queen, the latter winner of the Selima. The Dorwood Stable of Victor Emanuel nominated More Fair and Incantation. The Fair Stable owns a likely prospect in Sweeping Light, and Hal Price Headley subscribed to the race with his good colt, Big Beau. The biggest nominator was the Greentree Stable with five, the likeliest of which is Semaphore. The Preakness entry this year is the largest since 1928 when sixty-nine stables nominated 121 colts and fillies for the fixture. Last year ninety nominations were received from fifty-one owners. In 1930 seventy-eight entries were made by forty-six owners. In 1929 fifty-one owners paid the entrance fee for ninety-four candidates. The 1932 renewal of the Preakness will follow its companion feature, the Kentucky Derby, instead of precede it, as has been the custom since 1919 when Sir Barton made turf history by winning both classics. His feat was not duplicated until 1930, when Gallant Fox did likewise. The Kentucky Derby will bo run this year on May 7.

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