Distribute 30,000 in Added Money in One Month at Suffolk, Daily Racing Form, 1944-06-22


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Distribute 130000 in Added Money in One Month at Suffolk SuffolkEAST EAST BOSTON Mass June 21 The golden month of racing richest period in the history of New England horse racing will get under way with the July 1 renewal of the 10000 Betsy Ross Stakes for two yearold fillies at Suffolk Downs From that day on through the closing program July 22 a total of 130000 in added money will be distributed in six major stakes in addition to the regularly scheduled over ¬ night events eventsThe The revival of the 25000 Yankee Hand ¬ icap for threeyearolds on July 4 the 10 000 Myles Standish Stakes for juvenile colts and geldings on July 8 the 10000 Hannah Dustin Handicap for fillies and mares on July 15 the 50000 Massachusetts Handi ¬ cap richest stake in New England on July 19 and the 25000 Mayflower Stakes for twoyearolds on closing day July 22 are the other important features to be decided during the month of July JulyThe The leading stars of the nation have been named for Suffolk Downs bountiful stakes schedule with the Mayflower the most popular among the sextet of head liners This race attracted 88 nominees The Massachusetts mile and a furlong for older horses drew 37 nominations for 1944 honors with virtually every good horse in training among the eligibles This stake always productive of top sports more than lives up to previous high standards standardsThe The Yankee Handicap at a mile and threesixteenths was dropped in 1943 due to an overlapping of holidays and Satur ¬ days and a dearth of really important threeyearolds The 34 nominees for the Independence Day running promise an ¬ other fine contest

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