Future Belmont Park Fixtures: Events Show Large Entry Lists-Haggins Lot Highly Bred Youngsters, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-07


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FUTURE BELMONT PARK FIXTURES. Events Show Large Entry Lists Hagglns Lot Highly Bred Youngsters. The Westchester Haciug Associations stakes, which closed October 15, received the following entry lists: Juvenile Stakes of 1008, two-year-olds 88 Fashion Stakes of 100S, two-year-old fillies 70 Withers Stakes of 1900, three-year-olds 100 Ladies Stakes of 1000, three-year-old fillies.... 7S Belmont Stakes of 1010, three-year-olds .110 Perhaps the most interesting of these events at this time to students of breeding is the Belmont of 1010. This long-established race will for the first time be run that year with the splendid endowment of 0,000 added and will be the richest American stake for three-year-olds. The recent closing was for foals" of 1007 and those entered were as a rule nominated by their breeders, J. B. Haggin, for instance, entering sixty-one out of a total of 110. Supplementary entries of yearlings will be received next year, closing October 15, 100S, by which time owners of purchased youngsters will be ready to make engagements for them and the Belmont list should be raised to double its present size. The Haggiu list contains youngsters owing paternity to such untried sires as Africander, Water-boy and McChesney and in all the following sires are represented: Watercress, by two foals; Star Huby, by four; Goldfinch, by six; Bute, by one; Kinley Mack, by three; Dieudonne, by seven; Water-boy, by three; Koyal Flush III., by five; Africander, by three; McChesney, by three; Mimic, by two; Sombrero,- by four; Grcenan, by seven; Kilmarnock, by two; Indio, by three; Gerolstcin, by five, and Montana, by one. The former Chicago favorite, McChesney, is represented by a brown colt, dam Uank; a brown colt, dam Twinkle, and a chestnut colt, dam Sold Order. Africanders three arc a bay colt, dam Zeala; a bay colt, dam Florence Breekenridge, and a bay colt, dam Accurate. Water-boy has a bay colt, dam Primitive; bay colt, dam Gyp Fonso and a bay colt,, dam French. II. P. Whitney has seven nominations, four by Hamburg and three by .Irish Lad. The. Hamburgs are a bay colt, dam Blue Girl; bay colt, dam Yorkville - Belle; chestnut colt, dam Kegatta II., and bay filly, dam Martha II., the latter being a full sister to the grand lilly Artful. The Irish Lads are a brown colt, dam Urania; a brown colt, dam Hepute an it a bay filly, dam llandspun. James H. Keenes nominations are a brown or black colt, by Disguise Emma C. ; a brown colt, by Disguise Swiftfoot; a chestnut colt, by Voter Noonday and a bay colt, by Ben Byush Pink Domino. Barney Schreiber is represented by a bay colt, by Sain La Uella; bay colt, ly Sain Mayflower, and a bay colt, by Sir Hercules Miss Marion. An interesting feature revealed by the publication of tlie Belmont list is that several owners have already named their foals of this year, an act that the majority of owners defer as long as may be possible. The promptness with which Mr. August Belmont acts in this matter lias long been a matter of public knowledge and the names of the Belmont youngsters are annually the first published. His nominations to the Belmont are an illustration and here are their names and breeding: Amoret, ch. v, by Hastings Aurata. Astecot, ch. e, by Hastings Astoria. Burgman, eh. c, by Hamburg Enchantress. Consensa, b. f. by Meddler Beldame. Doncourt, b. c, by Octagon Donna Mia. Dullcare. b. c, by Hastings Diilejbella. Hasty Pudding, ch. c, by Hastings Teas Over. Merry Task, b. e, by Octagon Merry Token. Nabok, b. e, by Octagon Niininy. , Opulent, ch. e, by Don de Oro Oricnta. Organizer, ch. c, by Don do Oro Ortegal. Pine Knot, b. or br. f. by Octagon Black Poplar. Salem-, br. f, by Hastings Selina D. Smug, br. e, by Hastings Sourlante. Sou, b. f, by Hastings Souveraine. St. Augustus, b. e, by Hastings St. Agnes. Slarbottle, ch. c, by Hastings Siintish. Tasteful, ch. c, by Hastings Tarpcia. Mr. Belmont is not the only owner who has youngsters nominated that have been named, for Sam Lazarus has two, T. L. Watt, three aud W. L. Powers, one. They are: Sam Lazarus Etta May. br. f. by Macy Etta Gilroy. Grandissimo, blk. or br. c, by Macy Janet N. T. L. Watt-Blending Heather, b. S, by Warrcnton Heather Blind. Glass Gun, ch. or br. c, by Fowling-piece Glass-weed. On My. Way, b. f, by Buccaneer Onaway. W. , L. Powers Maurice, ch. c, by Goldcrest Trovatora.

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