Ottawas Bright Prospects., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-06


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•• 5 » 0 •"• S , 1 •" " 11 11 11 » i » 2 2 2 2 .. n 1 1 1 3 " 2 2 11 11 11 0 4 4 0 11 11 11 1 1 0 I fi i i 11 0 11 i n 3 :; 0 0 OTTAWAS BRIGHT PROSPECTS. Ottawa people are much interested in the ap prbach of the racing season, because they now not |y have a beautiful and well-equipped race course, but 1 h.y know something of t lie attractiveness of iii. universal sport. I p to last season they knew it not at all. For the coming meetings there is :in array ol plate and works of art thai i- dassltng. Mini hlghh suggestive of the sporting and - m mental Interest that is attaching to racing tit Con nan ht Park. Tne variety in the trophies is re* freshing, too, and -neb a prize as the great bronze horse rives by Hon. Clifford Slfton is m charming departure from the regulation cup. The pie ess oi plate and bronze already donated number about sixteen. Work at the track is to be begun tin mediately on forty new lx x stalls, and Manager Kohrback has applications from all quarters ro* stable room. Ottawa certainly "showed them" las year, and dispelled 11 the lir-t opportunity an doubt a- lo it- Importance in the racing world. race for hunt horses will be put on and a purse of sr.ilil or «H ghen in addition to the Calling Trophy, for amateurs Tula is in line with the de Hires of the promoters of racing under Cana.h in limit rules, and should be appreciated by western Ontario owners of hunters.— Toronto Globe.

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