view raw text
WINDSORS SECOND MEETING Races for Canadian-Bred Horses Are Given Prominent Place on Program. WINDSOR, Ont., August 9. The Windsor Jockey Club, as usual, will be liberal with owners of Canadian-bred horses at its second summer meetlnjr. Beginning witli the opening date of the meeting, August 17, there is one race each day for Canadian -foaled thoroughbreds with an added value of at least ,500. There are two races witli ,800 added and one with 2,000 added, so the horses bred in the Dominion have every incentive for keen contention during the seven days. President Hendrle of the AAindsor Jockey Club has a tender spot In his heart for owners of Canadian horses and h6 hau always been foremost among the sportsmen acros the way to advance the breeding industry in his own laud. Canadian thoroughbreds have shown marked improvement in their quality in the last half dozen years and this year there are several, especially among the two-year-old division which have shown their ability to hold their own witli the American-bred. The program of Canadian races at the second summer meeting will start witli a race for all ages at a mile, witli ,500 added. Then follow: July 18, purse ,800, for two-year-olds, five and one-half furlongs; July 19, purse ,000. for three-year-olds and over, mile and a sixteenth; August 20, purse ,500, for three-year-olds and over, handicap, mile and a sixteenth; August 22, purse ,500, for three-year-olds and over, one mile; August 23, purse ,S00, for three-year-olds and over, three-quarters of a mile; August 24. purse 1,500, for three-year-olds and over, mile and a sixteenth.