Futurity Rich Turf Prize: Arlington Park Stake Most Valuable of Windy City Races, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-27


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FUTURITY RICH TURF PRIZE Arlington Park Stake Most Valuable of Windy City Races. Ninety-Six Youngsters Remain Eligible for Juvenile Fixture Many Noted Stables Represented. Ninety-six juveniles remain eligible for the second Arlington Futurity, to be run during the forthcoming meeting of the Arlington Park Jockey Club, president Otto W. Lehmann announced today, and wjth a dozen starters, the race will be worth well over 0,000, making it the richest attraction on this seasons racing program in Chicago. Final payments hy nominators were made May 15 and the near hundred entire colts and fillies kept eligible represent a large majority of the countrys finest racing stables, all of which have indicated their intention of participating in the thirty-day Arlington meeting commencing June 26, president Lehmann said. The leading nominators are the Greentree Stable of Mrs. Payne Whitney and the Llangollen Stable of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney, each of which is represented in the Arlington Futurity by six two-year-olds. Among the Green-tree eligibles is Earnings, a half-brother to the famous Twenty Grand, and of especial note in the Llangollen representation is Gay, a half-brother of Pairbypair and Crowning Glory, both of which have been particularly successful at Arlington Park. Cornelius V. Whitney, owner of Equipoise and Top Flight, has five eligibles for the Futurity, one more than is attributed to Joseph E. Widener, head of Belmont and Hialeah Parks. Edward R. Bradley possesses five candidates for the rich race, including a brother to Blue Larkspur, winner of the first Arlington Classic. Other prominent owners whose colors may be carried in the Futurity are William Woodward, Albert C. Bostwick, William R. Coe, Warren Wright, C. B. Shaffer, Charles T. Fisher, Marshall Field, Hal Price Head-ley, Mrs. John Hertz, K. E. Hitt, Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords, Willis Sharpe Kilmer, S. W. Labrot, Leo Marks, John Marsch, Norman Church, H. C. Phipps, Adolphe Pons, A. C. and M. L. Schwartz, R. J. and P. A. Nash, Wheatley Stable, George D. Widener and Mrs. William Ziegler. I I 1

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