Good Horses For Windsor., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-15


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GOOD HORSES FOR WINDSOR Detroit Mich Juno 11 While there has been no increase in tin1 number of entries foe the Windsor Jockey Clullt stakes this year as compared with last season the quality is infinitely Itelter Nomina ¬ tions to the Frontier Handicap the racing piece de resistance of the meeting July 10 have hovered uround the forty mark for the last few years This year the horses entered in this important fixture total 3 and H is safe to say that no better group of handicap horses will be found in any stake on the Canadian circuit nor any other racing circuit In tin country for that matter The list embraces such well known winners us Hawthorn Ixivctic Buck horn John Furlong Froglegs Leocharcs Edda Hor ron Klebnrne Yorkshire Boy Lahore Buskin Great Britain High Private Doncrail Heresy Milton 1 Paton Flabbergast Lochicl Flora Fina The Rump Hamilton Calgary First Sight Liberty Hall Re ¬ ciprocity Jenny Geddcs and Chuckles ChucklesIt It would be almost imiwssiblc to select a racing field from this list that would fail to provide keen contention under the present plan of handicapping Tlic value of the Frontier lias boon increased from 3000 to 3500 and this raise may have something to do with the high class of nominations made for the handicap this year The Frontier Is not the only fixture that iias a greater value than was the case last season for every stake on the Windsor Jockey Club list has been increased at least 500 None of tlie stakes is worth less than 1500 while the min ¬ imum value of the purse races is 500 By far tho greater number of the purse events and the overnight handicaps will be for 000 or 700 For instance for tho opening day on which the Frontier Handicap is down for decision there will be four purses for XK one for 700 and one for 500 making 7100 which the Windsor Jockey Club will offer for racing that day For the sevendays siwrt the stake and purse money will total some 15000 or about 10000 in excess of the amount distributed to th horsemen during the corresponding meeting last year yearFiftyeight Fiftyeight of the leading twoyearolds of the country have been nominated for the Edenwold Stakes at live furlongs which is one of the newest of tho Windsor events The same number of nom ¬ inations have been made for tho I C which is another event that had its initial running last sea ¬ son The I C is for threeyearolds witli selling clauses and at a mile Such well known and suc ¬ cessful platen as Copperlown Early Light Busy Spring Maid Lewin Pell Horse Spohn Supersti ¬ tion Spellliound Merry Lad Blackford and Barne gat are among the entrants entrantsSecretary Secretary Parmer says he expects to house about 450 horses at Windsor during the approaching meet ¬ ing They will begin to arrive next week at tho close of the meeting in Ottawa from which point many owners will ship direct to Windsor Many of the stables now racing at Latonia have engaged quarters across tho river and will ship there imme ¬ diately at the close of the Kentucky season The regular contingent racing at Fort Erie will come from that point on or about July 12 The im provemenls at the Winidsor track will be appre ¬ ciated by the horsemen and by flic votaries of the sport in general The barns have been freshly painted as well as the steel stand and all that appertains The infield never looked more beautiful than it does today with its new sod and the steeple ¬ chase course has been made more picturesque than ever everSpeculation Speculation at Windsor will he under the book making system Open ring conditions will prevail The ollicials will be practically the same as last year yearThe The dates of the stakes and number of entries made for each are shown iu the following tabulation tabulationNo No of ofName Name and Date Ku trios triosFrontier Frontier Handicap July 1C in inKdenwold Kdenwold Stakes July 17 5S 5SPonlchartrain Ponlchartrain Stakes July 1 It ItDetroit Detroit Stakes July 21 D C Stakes July 23 58

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