Futurity Entries Quite Imposing: Belmont Brood Mares and Weanlings Arrive from France in Good Condition, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-07


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FUTURITY ENTRIES QUITE IMPOSING Belmont Brood Marps and Weanlings Arrive from France in Good Condition. NEW YORK. N. Y., January C. The total entries for the Futurity of 1921 to the present date is S26, with fifteen regular nominators to be heard from. For the Futurity of 1920 there were 928 entries. It is anticipated that this number will be exceeded when all mailed nominations are received. E. F. Simms is a new nominator with thirteen entries by various sires. John E. Madden named eiglity-three mares and Mr. Uosseter of California has entered twenty-one, while A. B. Hancock has Lomiuated only thirty, which is below his customary number. J. O. Keene has named eighteen matrons, all mated with Luke McLuke. The steamship Manhattan arrived Saturday with a consignment of thoroughbreds for Major August Belmont and three for, Willis Suarpe Kilmer. Those in the Belmont band were the brood mares Ballot Bred, Ladv Amelia, Lnckstone, Sumineuse, Prickly Pear, Golden View and Topiary. With these came the yearlings: Election, b. c, by Flint Rock Ballot Bred. Eve. br. f, by Flint Rock Prickly Pear. Felicitie, b. f, by Flint Rock Lady Amelia. Sunset, ch. c, by Flint Rock Golden View. William Brennan left with the Belmont consignment for the Nursery Stud Farm, Kentucky, today. The Kilmer mareS were met by Simon Healey and sent to Sun Briar Court, Binghamton, N. Y.

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