Aqueduct Stakes To Close Next Tuesday., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-11


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AQUEDUCT STAKES TO CLOSE NEXT TUESDAY Last year the ace r vn York racing at Aqueduct was one of the things missed from the turf map but n complete restora ¬ tion has been made this year and the Queens County Jockey Club is now in the Held with an offer of stake races sure to appeal successfully to owners It is quite cheering to admirers of racing to know that Aqueduct is to agahr open the inetroixilUan circuit on the longestablished date of April 15 and this wellappointed track is sure to hold an old llme gathering to view the decision of the Carter Handicap of 1510 In common wth the great mass of eastern stakes this event has been shorn of much of its former value but its 2500 will do very well as a starter on the road to better things in the future As a matter of fact the twelve stakes offered liy the club compare very well with those of the greater racing organizations of New York It Is more than probable that they would have been more liberal still eculd it have been so that the present session of the New York legislature had concluded Its labors and adjourned before the time for offering them arrived It is well enough to remember that Governor Hughes has recommended legislation hostile to racing that is yet to be acted upon by the body at present In session at Albany AlbanyThe The stakes now on offer are o close for entries at midnight of next Tuesday and are the Carter Handicap Queens County Handicap Freeport Han ¬ dicap Peeonie Handicap Roekaway Stakes and Flushing Stakes for threeyearolds and over Ar verue Stakes and Union Stakes for threeyearolds and the Canarsie Stakes Rose Stakes Ozone Stakes and AVoodhaven Stakes for twoyearolds All are events well known to turfmen and are liberally en ¬ dowed Entries are Id IK sent to Secretary F Reh berger 399 Fulton St Brooklyn New York and should be sent on speedily and in overflowing numbers

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