56 Remain Eligible For Queens Plate: 99th Running of Woodbines Historic Fixture Slated to Be Run on Saturday, June 7, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-08


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56 Remain Eligible For Queens Plate Plate99th 99th Running of Woodbines Historic Fixture Slated to Be Run on Saturday June 7 7By By Staff Correspondent TORONTO Ont May 7 Fiftysix Canadianbred three yearolds remain eli ¬ gible for the 99th running of the Queens Plate to be decided at Woodbine on Sat ¬ urday June 7 the Ontario Jockey Club announced today The field was reduced to 56 when an interim payment of 100 per horse became due at midnight last Thursday ThursdayThere There were 212 horses named for this years Queens Plate when nominations closed December 15 1956 Each original nomination cost 10 The field was re ¬ duced to 106 when an interim payment of 25 became due last December The pres ¬ ent field of 56 after the May 1 payment is the largest list of horses ever to remain eligible for a Queens Plate at this stage of the year yearAn An entrance fee of 250 must be paid for each horse the day before the running of the race The entrance fee will be for ¬ feited if the horse is scratched 38370 Purse Likely If there are 12 entrants in the 1 miles fixture on June 7 the gross purse will be 38370 largest in the long history of the Canadian turf classic Lyford Cays winning share of the purse last year was 26210 The Ontario Jockey Club an ¬ nounced during the past winter that the 100th running of the Queens Plate in 1959 will have an added value of 50000 meaning that the gross purse next year will be more than 65000 65000There There were few surprises when the On ¬ tario Jockey Club released the official list of eligibles today One notable absentee was Can Hatchs good colt Hathaway who hasnt trained up to expectations However all the favorites still are in the race The chief contenders in the opinion of Canadian horsemen are Stole the Ring Happy Harry Bright Page Foxy Phil Caledon Beau Epic Lad Chomiru and Air Chief ChiefWestern Western Canada still has two contenders in the race They are Your Honour owned by Lucien Maynard of Edmonton and Ballywit owned by Parkhill Stable of Calgary CalgaryVernon Vernon H Cardy of Ste Marguerite P Q is represented by Ark Ator and Boss ator Sarto Desnoyers of Montreal is rep ¬ resented by Jeansen Russell Y Graul of Montreal has Teddy James and Staffield as contenders in this years race raceThe The following is a complete list of eli ¬ gibles Agrayabe AgrayabeAir Air Chief ChiefAlMac AlMacArk AlMac Ark Ator AtorAver AverBallywit Ballywit BallywitBeau Aver Beau Frere FrereBirchwood Birchwood BirchwoodBossator Bossator BossatorBright Bright Page PageBuffalo Buffalo Champ ChampBull Bull Pine PineBullesteo Bullesteo BullesteoBunVal BunVal BunValCaledon Caledon Beau BeauCanadian Canadian Brier BrierCanadian Canadian Flyer FlyerCelestine Chomiru CelestineChomiru Celestine Cnopola CluaranDr Cluaran Dr Em Jay Epic Lad Eskimo Flyer Foxy Phil Happy Harry IncmprTinsible Irenes Orphan Jeansen Jokers Hill Jene Page Knuckle Duster Lanky Warrior Legros Bill Matador Menebora Moneys Worth Princess Angela Rash Decision Red Nose Clown Round Barb Sea Dasy Staffield Stole the Ring Stroke OTwelve Tamarind Teddy James Top Talent Townline Vangay Warbuck Wheredego White Apache Windy Way Winston Your Honour

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