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 - i 1 Thirty-eight England States, Canada and Are...
i 1 Thirty-eight England States, Canada and Are Represented, also Louis Winatis, Brighton, England, who names Iron t 2,10, bred to the 100$ Futurity winner, Siliko; Prceirlcnt W. H C. Brown of the New York Central lines, who names two good mares; ,1, A, SUlhnan, Now York tanker, who names Savah Bernhardt, bred to Bellini, a stallion belonging -to AY, B. Diokerman, formerly president, o£ the Nfiw York Stock Kxchange, DIckernian also names twelve of tho best American trotting matrons; Jacob Ruppert of New York names nineteen mams bred to his Futurity -winner, Oakland Baron; Tom Sharltey namee Lilly Stranger, bred to Aciulin; the Canterbury Shakers of New Hampshire name two mares. LEXINGTON, Ky. P Starch 27.-- Secretary Horace Wilson announced to-day thai tho .twenty-first renewal ol tht $21,000 Kentucky Futurity, -which clewed on March 15, received the entries of 1,301 . mares, a substantial Increase over lust year, Thirty-eight states and Canuda and England are represented. A feature is tho numerous entries ma do by the ITVO nurseries, Walnut Hall Farm of L. V, Hark- uesa, Donerail, Ky. t and Patchon Wilkes Farm of \*\ £J. D. Stokes, Lexington, 'Ky. The Hrst named 165 matrons^ bred to Moko ( WnTnuL Hall, the F u t u r i t y winner; Ozone, etc,, -Tvblle the second named 1H8 mares, bred to Peter the Great, a Futurity Futurity winner. Cry stallion, Mighty Omvard and other stallions. The Empire City farms of W i l l i a m Simpson and Bon t Cuba, X. Y M Is next ^Ith forty-lour jnaras* including niatiy Conner trotters bred to McKlnnoy t Axworthy and oMicrs, ' " O u t . of the Nort Invest comes a new nominator , thia year ^ f t h for'ty-ane mares, tho largest entry north o£ tho lal;os since tho Bitter Hoot farm o£ Marcus Dalr cloeed. Tho newcomer is M. \V. Savage, owner of Dan Patch, Directum, Arion and Minor 'I^eiv. William Russell Allen's. Allen Farm, PittsfioH, ^lassf., has thirty-five marcs bred to Dingiira, The, 'Madtfons narne ntteen nmres from Mamhurg Place, including Nancy Hanks,. 2, O j , and Panella, 2,13, tam of Tod 3, 2.14*7$, all o[ them brod to Vice- MASONS VICTOKS, Defeat Iroquois Five TTpon the' S, C. Alleys, The Masons defeated tho Iroqtioie la the Fraternal Fraternal League series oil tho alloys of the Syracuse Amusement Company Saturday night, w i n n i flrst two out of three games with good margins ana losing the third br only five pins, The galleries galleries \vere crowded* The scores follow; IROQUOIS. let, Obrfst . . , , , * » JSS Group . - , . ,, . t . . . 144 Kllman ]H 150 38S ITS 345 370 183 3d. 174 140 190 202 Tot. £20 566 459 610 514 Tho list of Kentucky Futurity supporters Totals .............. * « . , . . 755 MASONS. let. Tlawe ........................ 182 S64 050 2569 -t- i r t 4 * ( * » » * * » * ^ » * * J * » Komtcr ......... .,,tr ....... 200 W. Seinbach ................ 212 Lattcrner ............ , ...... 214 189 1S2 188 171 206 153 215 177 196 Tot. 577 601 601 5S1 Totals 071 913 345 2853

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 28 Mar 1910, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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