Two-Year-Olds to Hold Suffolk Spotlight Next: Bay State Kindergarten Stakes Has 58 on List of Nominations, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-08


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EDWARD J. B REN N AN — Mourn outh Park general manager, announced the stake program for the Monmouth Park meeting. TwoYear-Olds to Hold Suffolk Spotlight Next Bay State Kindergarten Stakes Has 58 on List of Nominations SUFFOLK DOWNS. East Boston, Mass., May 6. — The third week of the Suffolk Downs meeting gets under way on Monday and the local spotlight .shifts from older horses to the juveniles. Saturday will feature the third running of the Bay State Kindergarten Stakes. An open race for two-year-olds to be contested at five furlongs for an added value of ,000, this years Kindergarten has proven again to be one of the most popular events of the spring session at this track. The-58 nominations, received when the entries closed on April 10, topped the lists for nine stakes already listed. The big event of the local season, the Massachusetts Handicap, is still open- to subscribers until midnight, May 24. Twenty-nine different owners make up the subscription list for the Bay State Kindergarten. Cary C. Boshamer, Mrs. Robert Cramer and Reynolds Brothers each have named five eligibles, with Robert W. Collins and Torrance C. Melrose having four youngsters named. To date, none of the youngsters on the grounds have displayed sensational form to rate a preference in Saturdays feature. The third race on Mondays program should aid local patrons in getting a good line on the field for the Bay State. Of the eight contenders in the four and one-half furlong dash, six, namely. King Wilson, Trucha, I Trust, Fair Game, Att. General and Dr. Sicomo are candidates expected to compete on the week-end. There is another allowance dash for two-year-olds scheduled to be run on Wednesday which also should attract the best of the local juveniles and satisfy their connections as to their relative merits for the richer event on Saturday. Older horses are not exactly to be forgotten on the week-end, as the Lynn Handicap, for four-year-olds and upward to be run at a mile and a sixteenth, is also down for decision. Entries for the Lynn close on Thursday and barring inclement weather during the coming week, it is expected a representative field will accept the issue. Another handicap, named the Barring-ton Beach, is listed for decision on Wednesday. That event is for three-year-olds and older who will be asked to compete at six furlongs. A few of the better thoroughbreds on the ground will probably be named for both events.

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