Montreal Stakes Draw Many Entries.: Leading Stables of the East, West and Canada Well Represented in the Various Events., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-16


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MONTREAL STAKES DRAW MANY ENTRIES Leading Stables of the East West anil Canada Well Represented in the Various Events Montreal Que August 15 The entries for the stakes to be rim at the coming meeting of the Mon ¬ treal Jockey Club will average over forty for each event which is a record for this part of Canada Not ouly are the eligibles very numerous but three times as many big stables are represented than ever before since the track was built builtT T C McDowell U F Carman J K Seagram Edward Corrigan Home Respess Fred Cook Amos Titrney J It Tompkins J W Colt James Itoden James Griflin A Henry Iligginson Pat Dunne Thomas Clyde James McLaughlin M L Hayman Barney Schreiber John Dymenr Woods Garth C F Kockett G It Brondor Burlew ONeill P M Civill William Shields and many others of prominence are represented A large percentage of these men never raced in Canada before all of which shows that the tide is coining this way The wayThe Laurier Cup named in honor of Sir Wilfrid Lanrier lias a big list of fast sprinters It Is at six furlongs and prominent among the eligibles is Grant Hugh Brownes King Cobalt Trainers who are here now predict that this horse will smash some records over the Blue Bonnets course which is faster than ever In this same race are Cha pultepcc Oxford Ellicott Frontenac Purslane Bou ¬ quet tncle Toby Lawrence P Daley Joe Moser Director Lens Honest Smoker Please John Carroll and others othersThe The Earl Grey Cup at a mile and a furlong has fortyeight entries These Include Go Between which Phil Chinn has ready for the races again Acrobat Chapultepec Minnie Adams Ellicott Mar ¬ tin Doyle Severns John Carroll Bouquet Seismic Uncle Toby Cave Adsum Czar Colonel Jack Clem ¬ ents W II Carey Ontario Doubt Leonard Joe Hnyinan Superstition Dixie Himniel Charlie Gil ¬ bert Oxford Lally and others othersThe The Hochelaga and Huron Stakes for twoyear olds have attracted a large number of good young ¬ sters including Anne McGee Elizabeth Harwood Madrileno Dick Holler Hock Castle Simcoe Per ¬ sonal Autumn Maid Sir Alvescot Takahira Pearl Point Bight Sort Bed Mimic Alice George Hawksflight Dan do Xoyles Marse Abe Havre Long John Patriot and others The othersThe Champlain and St Denis have fortyeight and fortynine entries respectively The steeple ¬ chase stakes the Maedonald and Stratlicona have also filled wonderfully and have brought together such wellknown crosscountry performers as Jimmy Lane St Nick Touchwood Prince of Pilsen Wood side Fin MacCool Essex II Manzano Steve Lane Spencer Helff Waterway Lights Out St Voluia Marksman and others There othersThere are already nearly 200 horses at the track and accommodation has been asked for over 700 The club Is rushing up new stables to meet the de ¬ mand for room

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