Canadian Racing Today: Sixty-sEcond Running of Kings Plate Inaugural Feature.; Record Crowd Expected to Witness Its Decision--Herendesy and Royal Visitor Favorites., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-21


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CANADIAN RACING TODAY Sixtysecond Running of Kings Plate Inaugural Feature Record Crowd Expected to Wit ¬ ness Its Decision Herendesy and Royal Visitor Favorites TORONTO Ont May 20 Featured by the sixtysecond renewal of the Kings Plate the oldest fixture run continuously on the North American continent the Woodbine Park meeting will in ¬ augurate tomorrow the Canadian racing season of 1921 The Plate at one mile and a quarter to which 7500 is added by the Ontario Jockey Club is for threeyearolds and over foaled in the prov ¬ ince of Ontario which have never won a race other than as twoyearolds A gift of fifty guineas from His Majesty King George V is presented to the winner in addition to the stake stakeNine Nine horses are named to start in the Kings Plate and on the eve of the race Ilerendcsy and Royal Visitor are the favored ones The field will be made up of the following their probable riders also being included includedHorse Horse Jockey Wt WtHerendesy Herendesy J Butwell 113 113Royal Royal Visitor F Keogh 113 113Resarf Resarf F Murphy 113 113Heath Heath Bell T Parrington 108 108Moll Moll Cutpurse F Weiner 103 Flea A Pickens JM 113 Crown of Gold 11 Lancaster 124 124Fuse Fuse G Bulcroft 103 103Gay Gay Kap L Morris 108 108The The card which is built about the feature race is a good one and brings together well balanced fields calling for both races at sprinting distances and over longer distances of ground The course proper is in exceptionally fast condition due to the summery weather which has prevailed for the past few days The stands have been painted and the level green of the steplechase and infield make a plasing picture for the eye eyePreparations Preparations have been completed to handle en enormous crowd for the opening days sport and if fair weather prevails all past attendance records are expected to be broken brokenThe The Fort Erie stake blanks were distributed by J B Campbell and many entries were received receivedHoward Howard Oots arrived this morning from Louis ¬ ville Ky His stable was accompanied by the apprentice L McDermott McDermottE E Loh disposed of Betsy at private terms to J J Burns of this city the mare has been turned over to O E Pons to train trainJ J Butwell who arrived from Baltimore to pilot Herendesy in the Kings Plate will leave for Latonia Saturday night to rejoin his contract em ¬ ployer E B McLean McLeanFOURTEEN FOURTEEN BOSS HORSES TO MONTREAL MONTREALTrainer Trainer L Tanber will ship fourteen head of the J K L Ross horses from Pimlico to Montreal MontrealTim Tim Donohue who arrived from Pimlico will re ¬ turn to Belmont Park at the conclusion of the Woodbine Park meeting Fourteen jumpers and flat race horses comprise the stable and jockeys R Ronianelli B Haynes Howard and Green com ¬ prise the riding talent talentExjockey Exjockey Jimmy Foley will branch out as a trainer this year for E B Clancy of Gnelph Ont Foley lias two Canadianbred threeyearolds in his charge Donald J and Sister Lassie LassieCommencing Commencing Saturday schooling hours at the barrier at Woodbine will be from 900 to 1030 each morning The crop of twoyearolds have been well schooled the past three weeks under the supervision of starter Morrisseys assistants assistantsWord Word was received this morning that seven car ¬ loads from Pimlico to the Woodbine track had been delayed along the line lineJockey Jockey F Weiner arrived from New York this morning and will ride Moll Cutpurse for Mrs L A Livingston in the Kings Plate Thin will be Mrs Livingstons first starter in the Plate PlateWilliam William Walker has been confined to his home for the past few days suffering from illness illnessMr Mr and Mrs F Ambrose Clark will sail for England on Monday to witness the International Polo games gamesA A L Austin lias taken over the apprentice D Franklin ThN lad rode in Cuba last winter winterW W P Phillips will do the crosscountry riding for J R Walker This boy came from England and is said to be a good rider Mr Walker lias several jumpers under his care careTin Tin fees for steeplechase jockeys have been in creanyl tills year to 75 for a winning mount and 35 for a losing mount mountThat That there will be no scarcity of jumping ma ¬ terial in Canada this year was indicated Iwth yes ¬ terday and today Over fifty horses were schooled through the field fieldHenry Henry McDanicl trainer for J K L Ross is making bis first visit to Toronto in five year and is kept busy renewing acquaintances Mr MeDan iel I highly pleased at the condition of tiie horses under his care all traces of the recent coughing epidemic having disappeared The main division of the stable will be kept in Canada this year ac ¬ cording to an announcement made by Mr Ross but nil stake engagements in New York will be filled commencing at Aqueduct AqueductCommander Commander J K L Ross will arrive here from Montreal tomorrow to witness the running of the Kings Plate

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