Pimlico Futurity Popular: Nominations for 1925 Running Total 1,558, Setting Record, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-08

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PIMLiCO FUTURITY POPULAR e Nominations for 1925 Sunning Total 1,558, Setting Record. Comparatively Ifcw States Attract Entries from 136 Different Breeders, Including Leading Producers of Country. The Maryland Jockey Clubs Pimlico Futurity for 1925 has broken all of its previous records in the nominations that were received. This race closed November 6 and only now has there been a complete compilation of the returns. They show nominations of 1,558, with 15C different nominators represented. This comparatively new stake it has been run only two years over the famous old Baltimore course has at once taken a front position among the fixtures of the American turf, and the way it has grown since its inception speaks volumes for its popularity among the breeders. It is a mile for two-year-olds, entire colts and fillies, to be run in the fall, and it has an added money value of 0,000. The three winners have been Benjamin Blocks Morvich in 1921 and "Willis Sharpe Kilmers Sallys Alley and Edward R. Bradleys Blossom Time this year, when it was run in two divisions. For the 1925 running Harry Payne Whitney is the heaviest nominator, having named 102. John E. Madden is not for behind, with an even 100. From Edward F. Simms Xalapa Farm there were sixty-one nominations. John Sanfords Sanford Stock Farm Is represented by forty-nine. A. B. Hancock has fifty-seven eligibles. Montfort Jones has named forty; W. Ji. Coe, thirty-seven ; Edward B. McLean, thirty-six. August Belmont has named thirty-four from his Nursery Stud and a like number have been nominated by H. F. Sinclair from his Bancocas Farm in New Jersey. Willis Sharpe Kilmer is represented by thirty-three and there are several others whose nominations run in two figures. But the real interest is in the little breeders who have named one or two for the running. This list contains the names of many who are practically unknown to breeding, but they have been attracted by the Pimlico Futurity and that list gives an idea of the way in which the breeding of thoroughbreds is spreading. Following is a list of the nominators and the number of their nominations: No. of Breeder. Nominations. Adams, J. Fred 2 Agnew, Thomas P. i 2 Allen, L. M 1 Allendale Fzrm 3 Armstrong, P. Wallis 17 Argall, Marsden 2 Arthur, Mrs. James 1 Aacot Stable 9 Barbce and Drake 1 Barbee. John S 13 Bean, J. W 7 Bclair Stud 31 Belray Farm, Inc 10 Camden, J. N 20 Campbell, Val. B 3 Canterbury Farm - 5 Cebrian, Edward 17 Choate, J. B 3 Clark, I. B. 2 Clay, T. J. 8 Clyde, Thomas 9 Cochran, G if ford A. 11 Coe, "W. B 37 Combs, Brownell 8 Combs, Lucas B 2 Cosdcn, J. S 10 Cromwell, Thomas B. 1 Crunden and Frost ............... ........... 4 Daingerfiekl, 13. ........................... 3 Darden and Schardt 1 Dale and DaUiel 1 DaTis, K. S 1 Dodge, James L. and V. K. 2 Dosoris Stable . 2 Durant, Plorenee 11. 1 Flippcn, H. 1 Garth, William 15 Gaines, H. H. and J. H. 5 Gallaher, A. B 3 Gallalier, J. 0 2 Gardner, Herbert P. 3 Garrett, T. W. 8 Gates, V. L. 1 Gerry, Robert L. 5 Getty, Robert 1 Grayson, Cary T 11 Green tree Stable 22 Griffith, J. B 3 nancock, A B 57 Hancock and Shreve 1 nancock and Simms 1 Hancock, H 1 Haughton, H. L 1 neadlcy, Hal Priea 11 Herring, Thomas G. and C G 5 Hewitt, n. H , 11 Himyar Stud, Inc 21 Holm, John A 2 Hirsch, Max 1 Idle Hour Stock Farm 15 Irvine, R. S 1 Jeffords, Walter M. 10 Jeffords, Mrs. Walter M. 7 Jenkins, Spanlding Lowe 1 Johnson, Frederick 2 Johnston, H. P 1 Jones, Montfort 40 Joyncr, A. J 1 Judy, R. T 5 Kcene, J. O. and G. H 3 Kelly. Frank J 13 Ken tm ere Farm 15 Kenton Stable 26 Kilmer. Willis Sharpe 33 Klee, Martin 1 Livingston, Jefferson 8 Loft, George W 4 Lync, L. A G Madden, John K 100 Macfarlanc, Norman .- 3 MacMunus, James 5 Ma comber, A. K 18 McDowell, Thomas C 20 McCoskey. A. J 1 McKay, J. C 1 McLean, R. B 3G Marrone Stable 5 Maxwell, Howard W 4 Meadow Brook Stock Farm 4 Mecks It 1 os 1 Milam, J. C 4 Miller, W. B 19 Minor, Duncan G 3 Morris, Alfred Hennan IS Morris, Clayton 3 Morris, John H 6 Horrissey, John T 3 Moseley and Dortch 2 Moelcy, L. A 1 Moseley, S. P 2 Nevada Stock Farm 24 Nickols, S. K 5 Nuckols, Cliarles 8 Nnwery Stnd 34 Oneck Stable 5 Piatt, Thomas 0 Poison, William P 2 Ragan, H. C 3 Randolph, O. D 1 Riedinger, C. W 1 Rives, John L. 7 Regan, Thomas J 3 Riddle, Samuel D 11 Ross, J. K. L. 24 Continued on twelfth page. PIMUCO FUTURITY POPULAR Continued from tenth page. Ross, Samuel 20 Rosseter, J. H 23 Rouse, 0. P - Rowe, James 1 Rowe, W. H 1 Ruckor, Eugene 3 Salmon, AValter J 20 Sanford Stock Farm 4 Saiortas, Mrs. G. A. 4 Shea, William A 0 Sharp, John D 1 Sherman, Georse I..... 1 Sinclair, H. F 34 Smith, Mrs. Clyde 2 Smith, R. Penn, Jr. 1 Spreckels, Rudolph -0 Spreckels, A. B 0 Stiyker, G. I. - Thorncliffc Stable r Tranter, B. .1 r 1 Triple Springs Farm 1 Ulhnan, Richard 1 Viati, Mrs. Louise !-" Wadsworth, James S - Walker. P. M -0 Walsh, W. E 1 Waterson, II 5 Watklns, William Bell Whitins. C. 1 1? Whitney, Kdward F Whitney, H. P l!-2 Whitney, Richard 1 Widener, Georse D 20 Widener, J. E 2 Wilson, R. T 2! AYiUlams. M. W 4 White, J. II 2 White and Garnctt 1 Woodford, J. Hal 2 Wylie, A. W 1 Xalapa Farm 61 Eubanks, B. I..... 2 Total number of entries 1 Tot;U nuc-bor of non:in:itors 15G

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