Breeders Futurity Entries: Ninety-Six Two-Year-Olds Remain Eligible for Lexingtons Autumn Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-17


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BREEDERS FUTURITY ENTRIES Ninety-six Two-Year-Olds Remain Eligible for Lexingtons Autumn Feature. LEXINGTON. Ky.. July 10. Ninety-six two-year-olds remain eligible for the Breeders Futurity, which is to be the feature event of the Kentucky Jockey Clubs meeting here in October. Payments for these were made ou July 1, and it is the last fo be made before the starling fee;. Nominations for this event were made July 1. 1919. and the number was 478. of which 41S remained in January 1, 1920. and 207 were eligible January 1, 1921. Harry Payne Whitney, in keeping eligible thirteen of his juveniles, is at the top of the list in the point of numbers, and from the following James Bowe will make selection of those to carry his employers colors: Broomster, Olympus, Biga, Hamburg Lad. Topmast. Penitent, Meadow Mist. Whisk-away. Bunting. Cherry Tree. Docket, Yashmak and the Broomstick Courage filly. Montfort Jones is second on the list with Miss Joy. Fair Phantom, Kockminister. Pegasus, Mont-joy. Widgeon, Prince Welles, Lieutenant Colonel and St. Henry. John K, Madden has kept eligible half a dozen of his, they being: Mercutio, Broom-flax. Nantucket. Heavy Artillery, Occidenta and Commander McMeekin. E. B. Bradley also has six eligible in Kit of Black. Banker Brown, ltred at" Heme. Itemorecareful, Bobbed Hair and Bit Bolder. Max Hirseh names Utah. Sidereal, Volcanic and the Friar Kock Smoothbore colt. Auval Baker is affcr the prize with Treasurer, Precious Lulu and Quince Garden. Gallaher Bros, have .kept in Glengarry, Whirl and Tulane. John H. Kosseter paid up on Underwriter. Firm Friend and Aspinwall. Exterminate. Chewink and Blue Teal represent the Belair Stud. Those naming two each are: George F. Baker, Bekab and John Finn; G. L. Blackford. Maximal and Gentility; C. AV. Clark; Tom Hare Jr. and Charline; Fair Acre Farm, AVIio Can Tell and Erskine Dale; H. H. Hewitt. Washington and Startle: J. K. L. Boss. Truro and Feylance: E. F. Simms. Phaiitou Blue and Southern Cross; II. F. Sinclair Kancocas Stable, William A. anil Little Chief. Short Grass Stud Farm names June Grass, Knot Grass and Bib Grass. J. O. and 5. H. Keeiie have kept in Llewellyn. I.ucknow and Jeanne Bowdre. George J. Ixing is . represented by Hamet, Kecruit j and Asia. Others eligible are: K. D. Alexanders Mollie King. K. 11. Andersons Demos. T. C. Bradleys Yoshinii. Desha Brcckcnridge. Braedalbanc, J. N. Camdens Sir Hugh. K. C. Christians Moon Winks, Nat F. Dortchs Flying Prince, Bud Fishers Bud Fisher. F. A. Forsythes Fancy Free. Kobert L. Gerrys Aknusti, J. E. Griffiths Frauk Furst. A. It. Hancocks Blue Deep, Hal Price Headleys Dad, B. I j. Ilubbles Billy Brush. Frank J. Kelleys Jankii. .Mrs. A. K. l-awrtonV Casllolon, E. W. .Moores C. .1. II. Patterson fc Co.s Brother John. Walter J. Salmons Trcvelyau, .Morton and A. C. Schwartz Toil, anil Williams Bros. Omnipotent,

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