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GOSSIP OF THE TURF P Lorillards Lorillard trainer John Huggins Higgins sailed from New York for England Wednesday In discussing some of the features of racing in England last year Huggins Higgins said Sloans Slogans riding was good enough but his management at the post and style of racing out in front helped him a great deal as he took the English riders by suprise supervise They call it a good start where the horses get away with the field anywhere within six or eight lengths from the first to the last and nearly always they will steady their horses to make their race at the finish Sloan quick to move would get an ad ¬ vantage at the start and lying over his horse sail along with enough the best of it to land him first in many cases casesIf cases If I had the pick of American jockeys how ¬ ever to take to England I would take Willie Martin He rides well enough to suit me and he can tell better than any rider I have ever talked with what happened in a race The English think it disgraceful to see a horse cut up with whip and spur and when Simms Sims was over there he came very near getting into serious trouble over the way he spurred a horse I may mention one English custom that particu paretic ¬ larly glary pleased me that is the way horses are pulled up when they are beaten A horse may be second or third but when whenthe whether the rider realizes that he is beaten he is at liberty to pull up and not a word is ever said The same thing in this country would cause endless criticism and com ¬ plaint though all the whipping and spurring in the world couldnt couldn't make the horse win winWhen writhen When you work your horse in England you dont don't do it on a circular track in the American style You have a straight course and gallop as far as you want to then work back and go over again The trainers have to ride if they wish to oversee the work workAs works As to what your horse has done in a race you have to take somebody elses else word for most of it You can pick the part ef the race you want to see and that is all you will see If you take a place to see the finish you must depend on your jockey to tell you what happened at the start and in the early stages of the race A most entertaining writer about the broad side of turf events in England OH from New ¬ market in the New York Sun has this to say in a recent letter letterThat letterhead That the States will be formidably repre prepare ¬ sented scented on the race courses here next season there is already some evidence and I hear some youngsters are due as I send this at Newmarket Newark from New York consigned to the Beresford Hereford and Lorillard partners The wonder is we do not see more of your countrymen owning racers on this side though for that matter our own colors are not much seen on your side Once begun it would not take long to make such cross pur pour ¬ poses fashionable It would be difficult to say among which people the most prejudice exists in these matters Englishmen hear extravagant tales about Yankee jealous ¬ ies dies and doubtless some of our owners would approach certain American race courses with something more than temerity We may get over these little feelings After all England is despite some prejudiced opinions spread mischievously as tolerant a sporting ground as any on earth Even our Derby has been won four times since Blair Athols Atolls year by Count de Lagrange in 1865 with Gladia Glad teur tour in 1875 by Prince Batthyany Bethany with Galo Gallo pin in 1876 by Mr A Baltazzi Palazzo with Kisber Kaiser and in 1881 with Iroquois owned by your countryman Mr Pierre Lorillard who I hear is now in Florida but intends a journey to Europe in the spring springThe springtide The most remarkable record in this w J was accomplished for the Oaks in 1875 when the two Frenchmen3 M Lupin Lupine and Count F de Lagrange ran a dead heat with Enguerrande Enumerate and Camelia Camellia Baron Hirsch was the last for ¬ eigner feigner to win in great threeyearold races with withLa withAl La Fleche After his return from Lexington Mr Rolla Olla Wells of St Louis had this to say of the recent action of the Turf Congress Board of Appeals of which he is a member We assume no juris juries ¬ diction over the outlawed tracks in Maryland They are located in the territory of the Jockey Club Owners jockeys and officials who have engaged in racing on these tracks must first settle their troubles with the eastern organiza organza ¬ tion ion before we will permit them to pursue their vocation on the Western tracks This is the last time the American Turf Congress will extend clemency to owners jockeys or officials guilty of violating our rule against winter racing Any who do so in the future need not try to get in the good graces of the Turf Congress again I am glad to say that the West will hardly be troubled with winter tracks very soon again There are none operating this winter Racing is a sport and should not be subordinated to the betting ring Winter tracks are run for gam game ¬ bling baling purposes exclusively If they had not been suppressed it was only a question of a short time before they would have killed racing altogether The American Turf Congress the ruling turf organization of the West is in a healthier condition today than it ever was Every track of any importance in the West be ¬ longs to it and those that cant boast of mem memo ¬ bership beers in the Congress are too glad to race under its rules and regulations Here is a bit of dense comment about the re ¬ cent Turf Congress ruling It comes from New York Dense comment on turf matters is usually foaled in New York The action on the part of the Turf Congress in reinstating the outlaws west of the eighty first meridian line is no doubt an excellent move on the part of the western rulers to get complete control of racing espe ese ¬ cially calmly in Chicago where the prospects are very bright but whether the Jockey Club will recog Greco ¬ nize maize the ruling in regard to the outlaws is a question The Turf Congress may have taken in characters that the eastern rulers would not tolerate There is a hint at a conflict about dates be ¬ tween teen the Detroit Association and the Windsor folks who are also in control of the Canadian racing circuit Detroit refuses to declare for an agreement The news declares that the probable dates for the tracks in the Parmer Parker Hendrie Henries Canadian syndicate are Detroit June 7 to 23 Fort Erie June 25 to July 12 Montreal July 14 to 30 Windsor August 2 to 17 These are the dates only for the summer meetings The Toronto and Hamilton clubs have claimed the dates specified Toronto May 21 to 28 and Hamilton May 30 to June 4 Some of the dates may be changed but they will remain substan substance ¬ tially tidally as announced Windsor claims July 4 to 8 for a trotting meeting while Highland Park claims July 11 to 16 A dispatch announces that Ben Brush will not be sent to England for some time not until after the Brooklyn and Suburban have been decided Talking about the horse a few days ago Starter Chris Fitzgerald said As a mat ¬ ter tear of fact I know that Mr Keene has had his eye on Ben Brush for a long time and that with a view of racing him in England He is essentially a long distance horse and weight makes very little difference to him He is fast either on the turf or in the mud and he will stand any amount of knocking about and ship ¬ ping without getting off his feed He is always ready to eat his bedding if he can get nothing better no matter how much ho has raced and been shipped and upon the whole I believe he will be more successful on the English turf than any horse we have ever sent over not even excepting Foxhall Focally and Iroquois IroquoisW Iroquois W H Laudemans Laundryman string in charge of Trainer A C Franklin Jr has been sent to Memphis The stable is made up of ofEamiro femur Eamiro Ramiro br h 4 by Fonso Fonts Goidie Goodie Cad CadSchedule Cashed Schedule br h 4 by Candlemas Candelas Swift SwiftMelter Swiftest Melter Smelter ch c 3 by Strathmore Stratford Elizabeth L LGoodrich Goodrich Goodrich ch c 3 by Patron Ethel Grey Gray GreyChestnut Grouchiest Chestnut colt 2 brother to Irish Lady by Onondaga Patty of Cork CorkChestnut Scorches Chestnut filly 2 by Hanover Elizabeth L LChestnut Chestnut Chestnut filly 2 by Candlemas Candelas Maid of Bal Gene Leigh is in New York and talking of horses said a day or two ago I do not agree with Pittsburg Pittsburgh Phil as to the chances of Ham ¬ burg not staying I think that he will un ¬ doubtedly doubted prove to bo a great stayer slayer and as grand a threeyearold as he was a twoyearold toehold I do not see why he should not be He should have won the race he ran with Requital and it is surprising to me that this race should be con ¬ sidered sidereal as indicating that Hamburg would not go a distance I consider Hamburg well worth 50000 Out of 151 entries only 30 have been declared out for the Oakley Ankle Derby this year which will makeitOneof malediction the most valuable stakes to be decided in the west during the spring season The Derby will as usual be run on the opening day of the meeting which will be May 21 That a good contest is promised can be seen from the following list of eligibles eligible Hamburg Dan Rice Jackanapes George JackanapesGeorge Jackanapes Keene Plaudit Lieber Libber Karl KarlDr Karl Dr LeePink Bleeping Black Bannockburn Bannock Prince Lee Pink Coat Ed Farrell Pontus PontusGallivant MoneyFriar Mooney Gallivant FrkThompsonSound Money Friar John Don Quixote Ruskin SacketMr Slackest Wall John Bright Sacket Socket Mr Baiter Biter BaiterTwo Batter Two of the entries Malvolio Alveoli and Maclvor Mallory are dead St. Louis Stakes Close Today. ST LOUIS STAKES CLOSE TODAY The attention of horse owners is again direct ¬ ed to the fact that this is the last day on which entries can be made to the liberal stake events offered by the St Louis Fair Association With the exception of the Derby for 1899 they are all set for decision during the progress of the spring summer and autumn meetings of this year None are of a lower value than 1500 guaranteed The entrance fee in most cases is only the merely nominal sum of 5 while in none except the Derby does it exceed 10 At such a slight cost for making engagements owner of horses that promise well for the com ¬ ing King season will neglect their own interests if they fail to enter them in these stakes Their terms are fully set out in the advertising de ¬ partment patent of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM and entries mailed or telegraphed today to Robert Aull All President Fair Grounds St Louis Mo will be in time Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM SAN FEANCISCO FRANCISCO Gal Jan 14 The form of Saturdays Oakland fields is First Race La Maroma Aroma Master Mariner Colonial Dame DameSecond Damascened Second Race Catawba Castaway Good Friend Sorrow SorrowThird Sorrow Third Race Buckwa Buck Col Cool Wheeler Garland Barr BarrFourth Balfour Fourth Race Buck Massie Massive May W Double Quick QuickFifth Quick Fifth Race Casper Rubicon Kamsin Amassing KamsinSixth Lambskins Sixth Race Una Luna Colorado Song and Dance Miss Ruth Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF TURFThe Tufted The ringer Jersey Boy that won at Barks dale a few days since and thereby led to an in ¬ vestigation estimation and the ruling off of A D Worley Morley Frank D Weir Mose Moose Goldblatt Goldbeater Richard Sid doll and Jockey R Bender turns out to have been Sidney Bender He is also supposed to be the horse that under the name of Major Nick was the medium of a successful coup at Iron Hill HillThe Hilt The stables of E S Gardner Son and J W Schorr Scorer Son or a division from each will in ¬ vade evade the Eastern tracks next season With such speedy fines as Macy Marcy Meadowthorpe Meadow Sligo Lingo and Lieber Libber Karl in their string and Tom ¬ my Burns to ride the Schorr Scorer stable should achieve the greater measure of success successEleven success Eleven horses the property of exSecretary execrator William C Whitney have been sent to his farm at Aiken Alien S C Among them were Loki Lou Bramble and Sir Vassar Loki is to be schooled over the timbers and will appear in the eastern steeplechases next season seasonThe season The first foal of the year announced from Kentucky is a bay colt by Hanover Anna Gray foaled on the farm of S C Lyne Lynne near Lexing Flexing ¬ ton Saturday Januarys The youngsters grand dam Alice Gray was ra full sister to the dam of Domino DominoBarney Dominican Barney Schreiber has purchased from Albert Joseph the three brood mares Grand Lady by Grand Master Prize by Cheviot and Florence Dickey by Springbok The latter mare is a sister of Lela Leila May San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleJimmy Chronicle Jimmy Rowe has Plaudit in his charge at Brookdale Boodle He says the colt is as rugged a cus cubs ¬ tomer toner as he ever handled Plaudit will bo specially prepared for the Metropolitan Handi Hand ¬ cap at Morris Park ParkMilt Permit Milt Young has bought from James R Keene the beautifully bred bay colt 3 Gay Lad by Galopin Galloping Maid of Dorset Corset Milt Young will race Gay Lad this year and then use him as a sire at McGrathiana Maceration McGrathianaJ Maceration J M Murphys Murphy muchtouted bucktoothed Topgallant Kitty Gunn Gunny colt has been named Streamer If half the reports about this youngster are borne out by his performance ho will be in the Ham ¬ burg class classJ class J F V Milwaukee Wis Wigs Ornament and Traverser Traverse have never met in a race raceThe racketed The exGuttenburg boss Gustavo Gust Walbaum Album is taking in the Frisco races New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 14 The form of Saturdays New Orleans fields is First Race Treopia Tropical Sedan Bustup Dustup Second Race Caddie C Wilson Amateur AmateurThird Amateur Third Race Nannie Nannies Ls Sister Elkin Welkin ABC ABCFourth Fourth Race Gath Garth Balk Line Sligo Lingo II IIFifth Fiftieth Fifth Race Arrezzo Carrizo Lake View Palace Blit Blitz zens zen Sister SisterSixth Sisters Sixth Race Domingo JackiHayes Jackhammers Little Billy New Orleans Pooling. NEW ORLEANS POOLING POOLINGLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE KY January 14 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Saturdays New Orleans fields is First Race Treopia Tropical 15 Belle of Fordham Ford 10 Sedan 10 Hano Hanoi Belle 7 Adam Johnson 5 J H Graf ton 4 Bustup Dustup 3 field 4 4Second Second RaceCaddie Racecar C 17 Wilson 15 Amateur 8 Wiggins 7 Dazzle 6 Forbear ¬ ance Vance 5 Marklein Marlin 3 field 4 4Third Third Race A B C 15 Elkin Welkin 10 Baal Gad 8 Nannie Nannies Ls Sister 8 Ransom 7 Royal Choice 5 5Fourth Fourth Race Gath Garth 17 Sligo Lingo 14 Tabouret Tambour 10 Balk Line 10 Bill Arnett Barnett 7 Dunstor Duster 5 Davo Dave S 5 5Sixth Sixth Race Domingo 15 Dockstador Docketed 12 Jamboree 10 Jim Flood 10 Jack Hayes 8 Rapalatchie Appalachia 6 Littlo Little Billy 5 field 5 Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY JL DAILY REFLECTION OF THE AMEEICAN AMERICAN TUBF TUB Bit TELEGKAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOB EDIT F H BEUNELL BENELUX ASSOCIATE EDITOE EDITED C C RILEY COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1897 by Frank H Brunell Runnel in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C CThe The The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected 126 5th Ave Chicago 111 Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as sec ¬ ond bond class matter TERMS Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400The The above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass fistulas mail in all cases casesLocal caseload Local subscriptions outside the down town dis dais ¬ trict strict will be declined at other than first class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BT LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway BroadwayBasement Broadway Basement M MUEPHY MURPHY Agent AgentOn Agent On Sale at 830 AM AMDAILY MEDIALLY DAILY RACING FOEM OEM can be delivered to any address in St Louis LouisBack Louisa Back numbers can be promptly supplied suppliedOrders supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the Bt Louis office for telegraphic transmission CINCINNATI OFFICE 408410 Vine Street J R HAWLEY Agent On Sale at Noon AT DETROIT Walter DETROITWalter Deteriorate Ryland Roland 45 Congress Street West Wayne Hotel News Stand Griswold Growled House News Stand StandAT Stand AT MEMPHIS TENN1 R M Mansford Manfred Co Clark Bros Brows BrosAT Rosa AT TORONTO ONT ONTJ ONT J D McSweeney Mesentery Palmer House HouseAT House AT KANSAS CITY MO Ricksecker Rucksack Cigar and News Co 9th and Walnut Streets StreetsAT Streets AT DENVER COL COLE The Stationer Company cor coir Fifteenth and Lawrence Streets CHICAGO ILL JANUARY 15 1898 Barksdale Form. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM FORMPHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 14 The form of Saturdays Barksdale Barks fields is First Race Merritt Merit Jingle Bolls Checkers CheckersSecond Checkers Second Race Wah Wash Jim Hiddenite Hidden Belle Fowler FowlerThird Fowler Third Race Heck Jr Harry Bennett Nan tucket ticket tucketFourth bucktooth Fourth Race Gould Jonah White Hallie Halide Gay GayFifth Gaff Fifth Race Zack Sack Lusby Clubby Phil Thompson Foundling FoundlingSixth Foundlings Sixth Race Leonidas Lends Gallatin Gallanting Stockbridge Stockbroker Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wet 3665 DrBernays Adrenals 99 3627 Glenower Gender 99 3627 Colonial Damo107 3322 Toto Too 107 107352C 352C Queen Blazes 107 3627 Miss Alice II 107 1073663La 3663La Maroma Aroma 107 Scintillate 107 107Chihuahua Chihuahua 109 3428 Mastr Master Marinrl09 3256 Elidad Elided 112 3575 Prince Tyrant 112 3627 ElMoro Elmo 112 112Second Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3531 Good Friend 105 3609 Castake Costae 105 1053608Sorrow 3608Sorrow 105 3663 Ballister Blister 105 3611 Catawba Castaway 107 3627 Lee Kylo Kyle 107 3640 Tenricka Kendrick 108 3627 Al Koran 110 110Third Third Race 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward upwardOwners upward Owners Handicap 3631 Sir Dilke5 85 3629May W4 80 3628 Double Quick585 28642Buck Massie6 88 30283PaulGriggs4 90 36122Satsuma 6 105 Fourtli Fourthly Race 1 11G Miles The McLaughlin Stakes 1000 Guaranteed Guaranteed4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3066 KingWilmII5103 3642Garld Barr5103 Barr51033612Col 3612Col Wheler4104 3468Buckwa 7 105 10535283Tom 35283Tom Cmwell5109 36122Satsuma 6 113 113Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile MileReliance Misalliance Reliance Club Handicap Handicap3yeaiolds 3yeaiolds and upward upward3641Colonel 3641Colonel Dan 3 95 3662 Paso Tempo5 95 3529 Midas 6 100 3171 Daylight4 105 3684 Kamsin5 107 3685 Mercutio Mercator 4 108 10868982Caeper4 68982Caeper4 110 628 Rubicon 7 124 124Burns Burns Waterhouse Warehouse entry entrySixth entry Sixth Race 1 11G Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3549 Miss Ruth 6 96 36673U Colorado7 98 3498 Elano Eleanor 6 98 363Q2Osric II 4 106 10636643SongDance7 36643SongDance7 106 3552YanDoodJe5109 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fair fairFirst airiest First Race34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3621 Ethel Lee 4 94 36573Hano Belle 5 97 36783BofFrdhm5 97 3434 Bney Bane AarnJr799 3478 O Dominion 8 99 36562Sedan 4 101 101S625 S625 Pearson 5 102 3675 Hardenburg5102 3589 Treopia Tropical 4 104 8416 Bustup Dustup 7 101 1012313A 2313A Johnson 5 104 23102J H Grafton5104 Grafton5104Second Second Race 6 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances 3538 Sue Sue 96 3604 Dazzle 98 3645 Mary Leighton 98 3522 Tom Kingsley100 3659 Forbearance 101 3573 Wiggins 102 3679 Amateur 103 Lou Ann 103 3018 Marklein Marlin 103 3679 Caddie C 105 3604 Wilson 112 112Third Third Race 1 14 Miles Miles4yoarolds 4yoarolds and upward Selling Selling36582BaalGad 36582BaalGad 5 97 3646 RoyalChoice5102 RoyalChoice510236222N 36222N Ls Sister 4103 3676 Ransom 6 106 10636592Elkin 36592Elkin 4 108 36762A B C 5 113 113Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile v v3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Handicap 3623 Bill Arnett Barnett 4 90 36442Dunster3 93 3656 Dave S 4 93 3677Tabouret 3 96 3447 Balk Line710S 36232Sligo 116 114 3478 Gath Garth 6 119 119Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3585 Con Reagan 4 97 36462Arrezzo 4 97 3416 L V Palace 4 97 36572Stanza 5 99 3624 Nay Nay 4 99 31502BlitzensSter499 3675 Basquil Basque 4 104 104Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3659 Galgo4 96 3646 Jack Hayes 4 96 3556 Steve Ciolini4 96 3676 Jamboree7 101 3385 Little Tom7 101 3647 Rapalatchie5101 3402 St Leaft Left 104 36743Domingo 7 104 3660 Jim Flood6 104 3367 Dockstader7 106 3647 Little Billy 6 106 Barksdale Entries. BARKSDALE BARKS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow First Race58 Mile 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3441 Merritt Merit 119 3219 M P Y 107 3650 Hurr Hurry 107 Dan Hager Hanger 104 3532 Jingle Bells 104 3410 Checkers 104 3599 Lillie Seals 102 3650Bardette 102 3655 Tessie Bessie B 102 35833 Viola Albers Calibers 102 102Second Second Race 4 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3567 Hiddenite Hidden 3 115 3671Little Jim 6 112 3144 Le Grande 10 112 3597 Jerquet Enrique 8 112 3619Congo Dicka112 3545 Wah Wash Jim 9 112 3670 DtchBluster7112 3654 Rob Roy a 112 3597 Belle Fowler6110 Fowler6110v v Third Race 4 12 Furlongs 4y jarolds aroids and upward Allowances Allowances3599HryBennett5117 3599HryBennett5117 3283 Paragon9105 3281 GrangeCamp7105 35992Heck Jr 7 105 3653 Metropolis 6 105 3315 Nantucket5105 Nantucket5105Little Little Moss5 101 3651 Helen H 7 103 103Fourth Fourth Race G 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward upwardThe upward The Royal Blue Handicap Handicap3635M 3635M Doctrine4118 3600 Gould 4 117 3670 Jewsharp Jewish 6 113 36353 Jonah White 4 108 3652 Ninis Minis 4 106 36523Reform 5 105 3686 Great Bear 5103 3652 Hallie Halide Gay 5 98 98Fifth Fifth Race 4 12 Furoiigs Furious Furoiigs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3506 Foundling6 115 3651Zack Lusby5115 Lusby511536722Buccaneer5 36722Buccaneer5 112 3095 Fischer 5 112 3535 Speedy 7 112 3668P Thmpsn Thompson 5112 51123669Forest7 3669Forest7 112 3534Irvanna6 110 110Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances j 3653 Smuggler a 118 3654St Pat a 115 3653 Fred Train 4 115 36862Stockbridge 4115 3668 Gallatin Gallanting 7 115 3651 Navahoe Navaho G115 3616 Leonidas Lends 5 115 3653 Walter O 6 115 3380 Thurless Hurdles 4 115 3670 Beloved 5 115 MADISON AND CLARK STREETS Luxuriant in FittingsCuisine Fittings Fittings Cuisine Unexcelled everything SFRVICF bbvltb bbl THF NTH mfc fmc BfcM BC BFST FAST i in Season A High Class Modern Restaurant moderate JAS AS MURDOUGH URDU Prices Manager 4 44 4 444 4 4 4 ii Barksdale Form Chart. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM CHART CHARTBARKSDALE BARKSDALE BARKS MD January 14 Eleventh day Barksdale Barks Racing Association Winter meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 2 30 p m QjT QT U FIRST RACE4 12 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward tJ 9 O J Allowances ino Kino llorses loses Wt St Y Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3580 GREAT BEAR 112 2 11 12 1H 1 Lynch Joseph Levi 3 3 75 85 36363STOCKBRIDGE 8536363STOCKBRIDGE 112 1 7 54 41 2 Asburn Auburn H Ml ford 5 10 5 8 36512SISTER MYRA MYRNA 110 7 34 3 21 32 Neel Kneel J G Main 3 3 24 21 36513FRANCES M 110 5 24 2 31 4 Narvaez Larvae West Lynn StableS 535 34553CLAUDE 53534553CLAUDE HILL 102 4 44 4 51 54 Campbell BlueStable Bluestone 12 15 12 12 3490 BESSIE ABBOTT 110 6 52 7 6 6 Nelson Manilla Manila Stable 6 12 6 10 3618 LUDWIGITE LUDWIG 115 8 61 64 7 7 Rigby Rugby Flakewood Lakewood Stable4 6 4 5 3491 WATCH CHARM 115 3 8888 Donnelly Donnelley S D Jackson 15 25 15 20 Time 20Time 31 1 024 1 10i Winner 10iWinner B h 5 by Egmont Segment Young Duchess DuchessTTT TTT Sta Stan sood sod Won driving It was a bad race Nearly every horse stumbled at some stage of it Watch Charm had no speed Stockbridge Stockbroker ran well He was cut off on the first turn Great Bear was tiring fast at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Wampum 112 New York 112 SECOND RACE 4 12 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 14 Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O E L C 3598 PARK SLOPE 112 1 li 114 12 14 Narvaez Larvae 35982PEGGY R 112 5 31 2 21 22 CunnghamELewisJr 3 4 24 24 sxsfHEY a a i s i ss11 gsssr SPSS SEPSES SSSoLu SPSSSSSoLu J J SP8 g SssX Sussex IffiSKSSf Jiffies I II I5 11 FABiIWY Ability So2 STime Time I I I fttr fatter JiSXIKf 81 S Time 31 1 034 1 124 124Winner Winner CarterStart Carters Blk Balk f by Potomac Alfonie Alone Carter Start good Won easily Park Slope was much the best Peggy R ran her race Both Hope and Tommy Fahey Feathery were disappointments The latter was well played Magnolia had some early speed Scratched Mills 117 Frances 114 114Overweights Overweights Overweighs Little Denny Deny 4 pounds Change poundsChange counterchange in weight Magnolia 3 pounds off fj l H S THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and apward award Selling Horses Wt St 4 Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L O 35843SPARKLE Callahan35093TORRESDALE 107 4 23 21 24 11 Patton J Callahan 35093TORRESDALE 109 9 33 31 31 21 Neel Kneel C Mitchell 6 10 6 8 3565 o SK SKTTc Sketch QUILLA QUILL 107 5 14 U 12 14 U 3 Nostrand Unstrained H Baxter 6 15 fi 6 12 li KurTus Kurt TTc ATC I 78 li i l S gsSS gasses fSlgSffif flagstaff i I i g gu u ° MH MHBmD BmD MD 38 i i i hy GcS3 8 i t i 3636 PRINCE POTOMAC 112 1 54 52 54 8 Lyncli Glycolic Potomac Stable 4 4 451 3633 1236152MIDROSE ROEBUCK 109 2 61 64 9 9 Coleman Hill Top Stable 8 12 8 12 36152MIDROSE 107 Left at the post Narvaez Larvae D Barnes 3 5 344 Time 344Time 3011034 120 1374 DiamondStart Diamonds Winner 1374Winner B f 4 by Patton Little Diamond Start fair Won easily Potomac could not untrack untracked himself Sparkle was much improved today Torresdale Torres off badly made up ground throughout Quilla Quill tired when pinched Ferocious finished with a rush Prince Potomac heavily played ran his race at the post Overweights Overweighs postOverweights postmodernists Ferocious 3 pounds Equity 3 Humming Bird 2 Prince Potomac 3 3 OQ FOURTH RACE G 12 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward O J O 7 Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owi Wi 36003PROMPT 116 4 12 10 18 13 Nelson T Fagin Fain 85 85 1 65 3650 VERNA VENA J 99 1 32 22 22 24 Campbell J Baker 10 12 10 12 3568 BROWN FONSO FONTS 116 7 51 34 3 3 Burns T J Jarvis 6 8 6 8 35682GRACIE 443336502FALSE 114 5 64 54 PlldupPatton Pullulation HB Anderson 4433 36502FALSE PRIDE 104 8 8 41 PlldupJ Palled Moore MOiynch Mitch 24 34 24 3 3347 BRONSTON BROWNSTONE 119 3 76 PlldupLynch G C Gray 8 12 8 10 3617 MILDRED D 117 6 4 Fell Houlahan Goulash W R Smith 10 15 10 12 3655 SIR MOLTKE MOLTED 116 2 23 Fell Charles SmithNostrand 6 10 6 8 Time 32 1 04 1 23 1 39 1 48i Winner 48iWinner B c 4 by Kilwarlin Kigali Active ActiveStart Actives Start good Won pulling up Prompt had clear sailing He was the best and won all the way endScratched undistracted Sir Moltke Molted was running easily when he fell They were a tired lot at the end Scratched Pocketpiece Pocket 119 Lida Linda Woodlands 117 Overweights Overweighs 117Overweights Brown Fonso Fonts 3 pounds Gracie 3 Sir Moltke Molted 3 869O F1FT Ind Indo Horses Wt St M 1A Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3636 SISTER IDA 99 1 H IKK VIKKI 11 12 Campbell F Sharper 24 24 2 2 3536 DES BROSSES BOSSES 116 5 34 26 28 22 Rigby Rugby Argyle Stable 3434 36533RED 343436533RED STAR 122 2 44 41 33 310 Dorsey Dose J Castle 4645 3584 MISS ORDWAY NORWAY 117 3 5 51 4 44 Nostrand Unstrained Winter Stable 6 10 6 8 3636 JOHN P 119 6 6 G 61 52 Coleman Hill Top Stable 3534 3634 3433BENVOLIO PRIVATEER 113 4 2 38 54 6 Brophy Trophy Phiadelphia Philadelphia Stbl Stable 3433 BENVOLIO ENVOI 119 7 7777 Miller B Barnes 6 12 6 10 10GOWANDA GOWANDA GOWNED 119 9 9888 Seaton Eaton Clover Stable 8 12 8 12 3671 LISNEROUR 113 8 8999 Narvaez Larvae Jorsev Jose Jersey Stahln Stable Stalin 4 4847 S i 7 4847Time Time 33 1 06J 1 40i HenriettaStart Senoritas Winner 40iWinner Ch f 3 by Ben Strome Stone Henrietta Heritage Start straggling The first three were driving hard Privateer stopped to nothing in the stretch Sister Ida was the best Des Brosses Bosses ran a good race They were all staggering at the finish finishScratched finishes Scratched Henry 111 Overweights Overweighs Lisnerour Lingerer 2 pounds J U Q 1 SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St V4 Yz Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 36553A B DADE 107 4 13 l 14 13 Ellis Ordway Norway Stable 65 75 6 3602 RUNAWAY 112 2 24 31 2n 26 Donnelly Donnelley Pleasant Val Stbl Stable 3 4 36172FLAMES 110 5 44 41 3 3 Brophy Trophy C Green 3 4 3 34 3653 FRANK B 107 1 33 21 44 41 Bennett Phoenix Stable 6 8 4 44 3617 BUSIR1S 110 6 54 5 5 54 Burns W Bernard 5645 3615 1236683DR CAROVEN CARVEN 115 7 77 6 61 Seaton Eaton J S Jones 10 15 8 12 36683DR JIM 112 3 6 6 7 7 Nelson G Horner 4645 Time 4645Time 334 1061140 MesquiteStart Mesquites Winner B g 6 by Getaway Mesquite Start fair Won easily Runaway stumbled in the stretch The race was a procession all the goingScratched goings way It was a tired lot A B Dade was the best in the going Scratched Long Gain 107 Lady Frances 105 Overweights Overweighs 105Overweights Runaway 2 pounds Flames 3 Busiris Bursitis 3 Caroven Carven 5 Dr Jim 5 New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW CARNE NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 14 Thirtysixth Thirty day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Columbine Winter Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Col Cool R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 pm r FIRST KA ° E 7 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M Yz 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 36473DAVID 115 3 12 11 12 14 i Caywood Cawed BensnArthrCo Ensnarl 65 75 1 1 3224VAN BRUNT 112 5 5 5 41 42 2 Knapp Doss Storey 2 4 2 34 3620 3035102LIEW DOMINGO 106 1 2 24 23 22 3 BeauchampFleischmannSons 20 30 20 30 35102LIEW 2036443QUR ANNA 104 2 41 42 5 5 43 F ThompsnB Thompson Martin 15 20 15 20 36443QUR BISHOP 103 4 3 3 32 34 5 Lines SlaughtrGarner2 2 85 2 42tWinner Time 25 51 1 05i 1 194 1 35f 1 42t TroveOff Trove Winner Ch g 6 by Wawekus Waxworks Treasure Trove Off at first break to a good start Won easily the next two were doing their best David was much the best Van Brunt was knocked about and shut off at the start Our Bishop pulled up lame Domingo showed improvement He is ready and worth notice on a heavy track Scratched trackScratched tracks Viscount 109 SECOND RACE 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yoarolds and upward Selling 4 Str Star Fin Jockeys Ownerd Owned O H L C 3607 TEETA TETRA MAY 93 2 31 31 34 13 C Clay J Rohn Rohm 60 100 60 60 60INK 3620 LITTLE MUSIC 98 4 436252SAUTERNE INK 23 l 24 Kitley Kirtle C OBrien O'Brien 20 30 20 30 36252SAUTERNE 104 8 44 5 51 3 F ThompsnE Thompson S Warner Co 85 2 85 95 3620 PITFALL 95 7 5 43 43 42 Southard Southward H Sanders 20 25 15 15 3589 UN CAS CPAS 102 3 336212ROBERT 24 IH 22 53 T Burns J Brenock Redneck 24 3 24 2 36212ROBERT CONNER 104410 10 7 7 6 Barrett Barrette S Williams 5655 3432 HARDENBURG HARDEN 100 5 515932BASQUIL 6 61 6 7 Songer Sponger H W Newman 30 50 30 50 15932BASQUIL 105 6 8888 Lynch T J McHale Chalet 6 10 6 8 3606 CAVESPRING AVERRING 100 11 11 9 9 9 L Smith J A Lynch Co 30 50 30 40 3430 HARTFORD BOY 95 9 9 10 10 10 J Hicks JJ Merdian Median 20 30 15 25 3306 POP DIXON 94 1 7 11 11 11 Ducan Dugan Duncan Duane W H Laird 60 100 60 100 100Time Time 244 51 120 127 127Winner Winner Ch m 7 by Blue Eyes Woodlark Woodwork WoodlarkPost Post 6 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving Pitfall had a rough journey With an even break he would have been second Teeta Tetra May drew away gamely at the end Little Music tired in the final furlong Sauterne was slow to get going He was badly messed about and ran his race Uncas Uncaps went all to pieces when the pinch came cameScratched Scratched Stanza 95 Hano Hanoi Belle 95 95Overweights Overweights Overweighs Robert Bonner34 pounds Q2T J THIRD RACE 1 Mile and 30 Yards Purse 250 4yearolds and upward OO 6 O Selling lorses loses Wt St 1A V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3624 SEA ROBBER 114 2 34 22 14 14 11 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 15 13 15 14 3647 ABC 115 1 7 62 53 44 2 Barrett Barrette J S Brannon Brandon 6866 3588 BRIDGETON BRIDGETOWN 102 5 53 42 42 55 36 Combs Storey Levy 10 12 10 12 3416 JAMBOREE 104 4 14 1 2 3 45 James W F Dair Dairy 20 30 15 25 3622 RANSOM 101 7 6 7 6 ° 66 61 Gilmore BrningBrdmanl2 15 10 12 3588 WELLS STREET 112 3 21 34 32 21 6io Castro J W McKinley 20 30 15 30 3585 MOMUS MOMS 99 6 42 5 7 7 7 J Hicks P Grape Co 40 60 40 50 2962 LA WANDA 102 8 8 8 8 8 8 Lynch W E Fielding 40 10020 75 75Time Time 274 53t 1 2U 1 494 1 514 514Winner Winner RaybellePost Ch c 4 by Pirate of Penzance Penance Raybelle Rabble Post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving hard A B C made up much ground all through the race Jamboree stopped to nothing Sea Robber was under re ¬ straint strait spotScratched sportscast all the way Wells Street ran well to the stretch Sea Robber wasin washing a soft spot Scratched Steve Ciolini Colin 95 Rapalatchie Appalachia 99 Briggs 98 Springtime 99 Cherry Leaf 110 Overweights Overweighs Bridgeton3 pounds FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt Si Vz 3S StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 35702TABOURET 116 2 12 1 14 13 Barrett Barrette T H Magee 75 85 1 65 3644 GEORGE B COX 97 3 22 28 2io 215 T Burns J J Marklein Marlin Coi5 1 45 45 3239 PETER ARCHER 95 6 44 3 3K 32 Holdon Holding A B Watts 10 40 10 30 3573 QUEEN MAB AB 90 5 5FLOSS 54 42 41 41 Lines Duffels Koch 30 60 30 50 50FLOSS 50G FLOSS 90 4 G 6 5 5NK SN SNK SANK 58 Rose W Jordan Co 30 80 30 75 3133 MIKE HAVERTY AVERY 95 1 3 34 6 6 6 Reitz Ritz J Stephonson Stephenson 30 50 30 40 40Time Time 25i 524 1 05i 1 19 Winner B f by Tom Ochiltree Ichnite Lizzie Tizzies Tabor TaborPost Arborous Post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second eased up after a drive Tabouret Tambour made a runaway race of it George B Cox could never get near her He was hard ridden all the way The others were outclassed Scratched Clorinda Clarinda 102 O r rr O FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt SI St M Yi StrFiu Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3369 MITT BOYKEN BROKEN 95 4 64 42 214 IH Southard Southward K D Orr Rr 30 30 25 30 3350 GYPCEIVER 87 8 41 53 44 26 C Clay G B Morris 24 135 2 2 3569 BE OF FORDHAM FORD 105 1 1 12 IKK VIKKI 32 BeauchampG Beaching Strauss 7 12 7 10 3603 MC MILLAN MILAN 94 9 9 7 61 41 Rose Marsh Howard 6 30 6 25 3625 HARRY S 97 12 10 8 7 5 J Hicks T Murphy 10 30 10 20 9897 MASCAGNI ASHCAN 92 6 2 21 34 62 T Burns W H Roller 232 115 9546 JOHNNY MCHALE CHALET 107 7 54 9 87 Lyneh Lynne T J McHalo Michael 373 6 3625SREBECCA B 104 10 11 11 10 8 F ThompsnH Thompson L Stevens 66 45 3644 NEPPER NIPPER 84 2 2LILLIE 7 6 9 9 Kitley Kirtle G C Bennett 20 20 20 20 LILLIE B 92 5 32 3 5 10 Lines H T Batchelor Bachelor 20 25 20 20 3603 BALANCE ALL 81 3 8 10 11 11 Andrews P TomlinsonCo Complaisance 30 50 30 40 3514 LITTLE THORN 100 11 12 12 12 12 Irvin M Wynn 50 100 50 80 Time 80Time 26 53i 1 06 1 194 Winner 194Winner B f 4 by Tension Bonnie Lass LassPost Lassos Post 6 minutes Start good Won easily the others were doing their best Johnny McHale Chalet got an easy ride Watch him He is ready Belle of Fordham Ford stopped to nothing in the run home Gypceiver Glycerine was closing strong at the end Mascagni Ashcan tired He was short but is not of much account at his best bestScratched Scratched Bertha Nell 87 Terramie Tramline 98 J H Grafton 100 Overweights Overweighs 100Overweights Gypceiver Glycerine 24 pounds Rebecca B 2 Nepper Nipper 2 Balance All 2 3679 Q J H O SIXTH RACE 7 12 Furlongs Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Wt St 14 YZ 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3620 LEXGTON LEIGHTON PIRATE111 111 2 33 33 33 li 13 Nutt Mutt H Riddle 7 5 24 75 2 33972CARLOTTA C 106 1 2 24 24 2 2 T Bu Burns A Taylor 4646 3590 FULL HAND 101 5 51 51 55 53 31 Gilm Gilman Gilmore BrningBrdman20 30 20 25 3644 CADDIE C 91 3 41 46 45 3 45 C Clay Lee Christy 2 24 2 24 3624 AMATEUR 91 4 13 12 11 42 5 Dupee Dupe W M Wallace 4634 1117FRONTIER 46341117FRONTIER 111 6 62 66 620 62 63 Dolau Dolan J F Madden 20 30 20 25 QUEEN HORTENSE SHORTENS 91 777777 50Time Frost D Hoover 50 60 50 50 Time 26 534 1 06 1 20 1 424 Winner 424Winner B c 4 by Pirate of Penzance Penance Miss Lexington LexingtonPost Lexington Post 4 minutes Start good Won easily The next three were doing their best Amateur stopped to nothing in the last furlong Lexington Pirate came away when ready Caddie C had no speed She ran a bad race Full Hand came like a whirlwind at the end Scratched endScratched undistracted Mary Leighton 86 Dismoro Dimorph 91 Dr Simpson 106 Swordsman 111 Page  Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND CATALAN OAKLAND CAL Jan 14 Twentyninth Twenty day California Jockey Club Winter Meeting Woatlier Woollier clear track slow Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter J B Ferguson The recall flag is used Eacing Acing starts at 2 15 p m 368O FIRST RACE34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Ji y2 J StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3626 BRAMBELLA BARBELL 105 3 4 41 41 12 Morse VV P Magrane Marianne 15 25 15 20 3626 THE DIPPEK DIEPPE 110 1 6 63 32 22 Conley Coney E W Purser 3434 36262ROULTTEWHEEL107 4 It 1 li 38 Hennessy Hennas Joseph Harvey 6 12 6 10 3663 MAINBAR IMAGINARY 110 5 51 7 51 4H Spencer Atkin Akin Lottridge Outride 2 3 2 3 36273MORINGA 107 7 7 5 7 5 Devine Define J Conway 12 15 12 12 3627 MAGNUS MANUS 107 6 3 3 2 6 Thorpe C Parker 3534 36272ABINA 105 2 22 2 6 7 E Jones H E Rowell Roswell 85 2 85 2 Time 25i 50i 1 04 1 174 Winner BelieStart Belies 174Winner B f by Branfble Bramble or Reporter Ma Belie Start good Won easily Brambella Barbell was a marvel in the going and just ran over her lot at the end The Dipper was weirdly ridden and is not at hiSvbest hives in mud Ho Was coming strong at end Wheel ran an honest race She is but a sprintettft sprinter Mairibar Marcia ran as if much use had dulled him Ho was shut off at start and on the first turn Moringa Mooring was atrociously ridden Magnus Magnums and Abina Sabina both favor hard going Abina Sabina is a dasher only Bbtllwore eased at the end Qyessveights Roulette Wheel 2 pounds 3681 SECOND RACE78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St yt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3639OFLETA 110 2 21 1 2 22 li Thorpe J MacManus Macanese 3 3 2 3 36393 JACK MARTIN 105 5 54 53 5 53 21 Morse W H McLemore Clamored 4434 3643 WALTER J 111 7 42 42 43 4 32 flennessy fluentness F McDermott 24 135 2 2 3667 CHARLES A 102 4 31 32 32 3 42 McNichols Conchoids P Archibald 8 10 6 8 3ol5VELOZ 105 1 61 7 7 7 5 VanKuren Anuran J R Dolan 12 15 10 12 3576 CAVALLO CAVALLA 105 6 8 8 8 63 6 Conley Coney B C Holly 8 10 8 10 3639 MONITOR 110 3 14 2i 1 1 710 Clayton W H Christie 8 10 8 8 35493MDLBERRY 105 8 9 9 9 8 86 G Wilson ArchibldLridgel5 25 15 25 3286 FANNIE 6 100 9 71 62 6 9 9 K Narvaez Larvae J Cronin 20 25 20 20 Time 20Time 25 51 1 ML 1 18 1 31 Winner B m 6 by Harry OFallon Fallen Flota Flotsam Start fair Won after a drive of three horses Martin was best but most unlucky and badly ridden He was shut off on the first turn and in the back stretch OFleta Flea was well ridden and had a clear path Walter J and Charles A were far from well handled Watch the former He was shut off at the start today Charles favors mud Mulberry and Veloz Vela can only do best on fast footing Monitor likes distance off He showed fair speed today and was ejised heisted at the end Scratched endScratched undistracted Doyle 102 Our Climate 105 Earl Cochran 105 v vOverweights sovereigns Overweights Overweighs Veloz Vela 3 pounds Monitor 5 THIRD RACE 38 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 14 Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C BUENA VENTDRA VENTRAL 105 2 2CLARANDO 12 1 16 Conley Coney L H Ezell Bezel 66 4 4 CLARANDO CALANDO 110 5 5ANCHORED 42 43 2 T McHugh Chug W J Spoirs Spoors 10 20 10 15 ANCHORED 108 4 4BONIBEL 31 22 3 E Jones E W Purser 6 10 6 8 BONIBEL BONNIE 110 1 1MALAY 2 5H 41 Clayton BurnsWterhse65 65 1 65 MALAY 108 3 3RACINE 51 32 52 Thorpe BurnsWtorhse65 651 65 RACINE MURPHY 105 6 61 61 63 OConnor O'Connor Whitman Clarkl2 12 10 10 THE MILLER 107 8 8PRINCE 72 72 7 Hennessy Hennas W Fisher 10 10 8 10 PRINCE WILL 108 7 7CASDALE 81 8 8 Van Kuren Karen Joseph Harvey 20 40 15 25 CASDALE CRADLE 108 11 11LA 10 10 92 Spencer Atkin Akin Lottridge6 10 6 8 LA CONDISA CANDIA 105 9 9REY 99 10 Mooney J Williams 15 40 15 30 REY FREY HOOKER 108 10 10Cpupled 11 11 11 Morse T E Latta Plata 15 25 10 2ft Cpupled Coupled 2ftCpupled hi in betting Time 12 25i 371 BellStart Bolster Winner 371Winner Ch f by Luke Blackburn Tomrnie Thornier Bell Start good Won in a hand gallop Ventura was far the best and ran a remarkable race Clarandq Clarinda was next best and evidently favors mud Anchored seems to lean toward fast going Watch him Bonibel Bonnie was shut off at the start and on the first turn So was Malay who is a good colt The Miller was vilely ridden and interfered with at the start Hooker wasnt wasn't bridlewise bridle and bolted early Overweights Overweighs earlyOverweights Clarando Calando 3 pounds Bonibel Bonnie 6 The Miller 2 3 83 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vi 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O HT L C 3613 HAZARD 99 2 1 If 1 12 1 Gray A P Murphy Co 20 20 15 15 35743NONCHALANCE 1535743NONCHALANCE 105 6 54 4 41 2H 2 Thorpe L H Ezell Bezel 4544 36383HERITAGE 454436383HERITAGE 102 5 61 5 54 5H 3 Spencer TP Hayes 6 10 6 8 3613 POLISH 105 4 41 3 31 44 4H G Wilson FarrarTbrville85 95 8 5 85 3561 RED GLENN 105 7 7 7 7 66 56 Conley Coney E W Purser 4 5 3 4 3613 ALLAHABAD ALLAH 9941 2 61 6 7 McGinn McKinney A A Sandahl Sandal 15 30 15 25 3667 STENTOR SENATOR 97 8 34 24 2 32 7o J Woods P Dunne 6 12 6 10 3638 FANNIE E 95 388888 OConnor O'Connor B Campbell 20 25 20 20 Time 20Time 25f 514 1 05 1 18t 1 45t Winner 45tWinner Ch h 5 by Strathmore Stratford Zoo Zoo ZooStart Booster Start good Won in a hard drive Hazard was beautifully ridden and lucky He reveled in the going So did Nonchalance also well handled Hois Hopis also best in mud Heritage poorly managed closed stoutly at the finish Polish had all the bad luck of the race and was not well ridden Neither was Stentor Senator The thick mud does not suit him Watch him on hard or in sloppy going Red Glenn was short Scratched Mamie Mammies G 90 Bernardillo Bernardino 110 Overweights Overweighs 110Overweights Red Glenn 3 pounds Allahabad Allah 24 3684 FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 105 2 12 12 12 is 12 Spencer Holly McPike Copied 6 10 6 10 3630 SLY 105 3 41 41 41 4 24 Gray Lassen Larsen Stable 6756 3643 MAJOR COOK 105 1 24 21 22 22 3 E Jones E W Purser 12 15 10 12 36082DON 1236082DON FULANO FULANI 111 4 3 34 31 314 46 Conley Coney M F Feeney Fence 2 24 85 2 35202KAMSIN 105 6 65 68 610 52 55 Thorpe L H Ezell Bezel 65 85 65 75 3592 LOST GIRL 100 5 53 5 5 61 6io McNichols Conchoids E G McConnell 8 10 8 8 35152LITTLE SINGER 97 7 7 7 7 7 7 Downs R M Hennessy Hennas 30 40 30 30 Time 25 51t 1 04 1 17 1 80L Winner 80LWinner B g 5 by Torso Ricardo RicardoStart Ricardo Start good Won very easily Torsion got away flying and beat the barrier He was best and had a clear route Sly is good and ran an honest race She was closing at the end Cook ran well and closed strong Fulano Fulani ran a dull race and may have staled His legs turn toward sprinting distances He was closing at the finish Kamsin Amassing was villainously ridden and cut off wherever there seemed to be a chance chanceScratched chances Scratched Song and Dance 108 Osric Ostrich II 113 O f Q K SIXTH RACE 7 12 Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds Ind Indo Horses Wt St J4 Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 36403IMPERIOUS Schreibe3574FRED 84 5 2 3 31 14 14 J Woods B Schreibe Schreiber 6656 3574FRED GARDNER 105 6 1 H 14 22 25 Conley Coney T H Boyle 8 12 8 W 3640 68673577MERCUTIO MORINEL MORAINE 82 7 31 24 2 = 42 3 McNichols Conchoids J O Reis Regis 6867 3577MERCUTIO 110 3 51 41 42 32 4 Clayton G H Peters 4544 45443562PLAN 3562PLAN 88 1 44 56 51064 53 Holmes W Fisher 65 65651 65 1 1 3531 REBEL JACK 81 2 61 62 62 53 68 W Wall Nolan Tholl Toll 15 20 15 20 2460 LOUDON LONDON 96 4 7 7 7 7 7 Gray B J Johnston 10 12 10 10 3643 KAISER LUDWIG 96 Left 10Time at the post Stevens J Coleman 10 10 10 10 Time 25f 51 1 04 1 18 1 30 1 37 Winner 37Winner B c 3 by Morello Marcello Helen Scratch Start fair Won very easily Imperious was far the best and is a good colt He was well rid ¬ den and is a mud lark of the first grade Gardner ran his race was lucky and well ridden Mor Moor inels lintels race was to the notch She was lucky well ridden and favors a distance Mercutio Mercator is but a sprinter and was unlucky Plan had all kinds of bad luck on account of Holmes bad handling He was shut off at the start on first turn and in the rear Rebel Jack was beaten by his ride Loudon London speedScratched speeds showed no speed Scratched Darechota Architrave 76 Wawona Aswoon 105 Overweights Overweighs 105Overweights Mercutio Mercator 2 pounds Plan 2 AT ROBY ROY INDIANA Received by Wire on all Racing Events v x i m vr + u 4 i A stlUJ situ V OU ir I i kT UJ C7C7 U CilJU Cilium E UHlt Cult 2pm CfTJllfl2pm Returning at 5 05 p m and after the last San P rancisco Francisco VOOQ race t 6 CfTJllfl Alley 1 connects with felt ctrlc ctrl cars at 63d Street and Iwadieon Wadena Lake fhore fore Mich Micah gan Egan bouthtrn outturn Van Buren Burn Street Depot Regular 12O5pm Returning at431 and 634pm train at UJino Jingo s Central South Chicago Express trains connect with Roby Robby Electric Cam at 92nd Street StreetCOHBINATIONS Stretching COHBINATIONS COMBINATIONS ON ALL EVENTS EVENTSFare Events Fare for the Round Trip on All Roads 25 Cents Daily Racing Forms Selections SelectionsThe Selections The Telegraphic Service over Racing Forms Daily Selections has bee remodeled and in future subscribers at 4 per week will be sent only a succinct telegram of some twenty words night rate Western Uniom Unisom Message containing the refined selections in all the races of the fol fool ¬ lowing day Page  CLUB DEPARTMENT 1898 SPRING SUMMER AND FALL flEETINGS flEETING 1898 STAKES TO CLOSE JAJsTTJARY 15 1898 THE INAUGURAL A handicap sweepstake for threeyearolds and upward Weights t to be announced March 26 10 to accompan accompany the nomination 5 to e paid on acceptance o weights which acceptance must ba made b April 9 and U additional to start The Asso Assoc ciation caption to add an amount suflicint sufficient to make thi thin valuaof valuator tha than stake SiUv Siva of which IOU to hi winner 360 to second 150 to third and thi thin fourth to save his stake A winner of a race after publication of weights the total adver adverb ¬ tised tied value of which is i 000 or more to carr 5 Ibs Dibs extra One mile mileTHE millet THE DEBUTANTE For twoyearold toehold fillies foals of 1895 5 to accompany tbe tube nomina nominal ¬ tion ion 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake S15JU of which 1 2tO to thn than winner 200 to second 100 to thiid hid and the fourth tc save his stake Winners of a sweepstake tue true total advertised value of which islvUli insoluble rmore more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three ot more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Fbur Bur and onehalf Neal furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE KINDERGARTEN For twoyearold toehold colts and geldings foals of 1896 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of tbe tube stake Jl500 of which l2uO to the winner 20J to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweep ¬ stakes the total advertised value of which is 1 000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP For twoyear twofer olds foals of 1893 10 to accompany the nom ¬ ination inaction p5 additional to start The Associa Asocial ¬ tion ion to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 200 of which 1500 to the winner 350 to second 150 to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweep ¬ stake the total advertised value of which i 1000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more sweepstakes of any value 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs Maideus Maidens that have started in a sweepstake and have not been placed 5 ibs dibs additional tfivo five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MEMORIAL A handicap sweepstakes for all ages 6 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the race Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CLUB MEMBERS HANDICAP A handi hand ¬ cap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and up cward coward Weights to be announced April 30 10 to accompany the nomination JO on accept anco ancon f weights which acceptance must bt made by May 15 and 0 additional to start The Association to add an amodnt amount sufficient tc make the value of tbe tube stako stake 2V0 of which 200u to the winner 350 to sec nd 150 to third and t h fourth to save his stake A winner of a sweepstake utter publication of weights the total advertised value of which is 1000 01 more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such ot one of the total advertised value of 2OUO or more 5 Ibs Dibs penalty One mile and a quarter quarterTHE quarter THE BREWERS A handicap sweepstakes foi foci twoyearod stonyhearted ifoals foals of 8aS 5 to ace mpanj man the nomination 50 additional to start Tbe Tube association to add an amount anfficient affliction to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to th = i winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth o save his stake Weights to bo an ¬ nounced bounced three days prior to the race A winner of a handicap after weights are announced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY A selling sweep ¬ stakes for threeyearolds and upward i to accompany the nomination i additional to ptart tart The Association to add an amount suf surf ¬ ficient incident to make the value of the stake 1100 of which iiuO ii to the winner 200 to second tOU thou to third and the fourth to save his stake Those entered not to be sold to carry 7 Ibs Dibs extra those etered metered to be told for 1000 to carry weight for ago for COO allowed 5 Ibs Dibs 2 Ibs Dibs avowed for each J500 to 300 I Ib for each iOO CIO tolOU Toulouse then 1 Ib for each 100 to 7uO Starters with selling price to be named through entry box by twelve oclock o'clock on the day prior to the race More than two can ba natnad nana by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must bo paid for all named One mile mileTHE millet THE MERAMEO MERMEN A selling sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward j to accompany the nomination 0 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake S15UO of which t20J to the winner 200 to second and iOO CIO to the third and the fourth to save his stake Thosa Those en ¬ tered termed not to be sold to carry 7 Ibs Dibs extra those entered to be sold for SIUOO SUNOCO to carry weight for age for30K r Mowed 5 Ibs Dibs 2 Ibs Dibs allowed for each 5iiO to 2COO lib for each 200 to SMOJ SUMO then 1 Ib for each 100 toUO toO Winners of 1100 in 1898 not to bs entered for less than 3000 Starters with selling price to be named through entry box by 12 oclock o'clock the day prior to the race More than two can bs named y the same owner bat only two can start but the starting fees must bo paid for all named Oae Oakes mile mileTHE millet THE LAUREL A handicap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to mak make the value of he stake 1500 f which 20ut the winner J to second atd0 to third anc banc the fourth to save his stake W ights bights to be t n notmced notched three days orior prior to the race A wiunei wine of a handicap after weights are announced tc carry 5 ponuds ponds extra Six furlongs THE MISSOURI A spiling spilling sweepstake for twp yearolds earls ttoals tolls of 1893 5 to accompany the nomination 51 additional to start TheAsso Teases ciation caption to add an amount sufficient to make tho thou value of the stake l50 of which l4iO tc tue true winner iuu Isuzu to second luO lOu to third and the fourth t save his stake Those entered t be sold for J400 weight for age Hlbs Lbs allowed for oachJOOtolVOO I Ibfor Ibo each ICO CO less to50 Winners of a stako stake of 1100 to ba entered foi foci not less than 310 1 Starters with selling price to be ntuied intuited through entry box the day before the race More than two cm be namod named by the same ovner over but only two can start but the starting Les Lees must be paid for all named Sis furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE INDEPENDENCE A handicap sweepstake for threeyearolds and upward 5 to accompanj accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make tho thou value of the stake 1500 of which 12jO tc the winner 20ii to the second and 100 to the third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the race A winner of a handicap after weights are an nouncad bounced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsTHE THE MOUND CITY A selling sweepstakes f M threeyear three olds and upward The Association to adi Audi an amount sufficient to make the value f the stake 1500 of wbicb bib 2uO to the winner 200 to the second li 0 to the thud and the fourth to save his stake 5 to accompany tho thou nomination 50 ad ¬ ditional diction to start 3000 weight forage 3 Ibs Dibs allowance for each 500 less to 2000 1 Ib for each IOJ CIO less to 15U 2 Ibs Dibs for each 00 less to lCOO coo Startors Stators with selling price to be named through the entry box the day precediny preceding the race M jre re than two can be named by the samq sam owner but only two can start but the starting fees must bo paid for all nam name d One and oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest THE GOLDEN ROD For throeydarolds that have never won a stake of more than 1500 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to aid an amount suffi sufi ¬ cient client to make tho thou value of the stake 1500 oi which 1200 to the winner 200 to second and 100 to the third and the fourth to save his stako stake 3000 weight for age 1 Ib for each 200 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 100 less to 500 Winners of a stake after tho thou closing of entries not to b j entered for less than 1500 Winners of two or more stakes after the closing of entries to carry their weight Starter with polling prices to ba named thrrugh through the entry b x tho thou day before tho thou rac race More than two may be uam Guam d by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must bo paid for all named Seven furlongs furlongsHE furlongs HE OZARK A handicap for twoyear twofer old colts and geldiugs geldings foals of lb6 i to accomp accompli ny the nomination J50 additional to start The Association to add an amount suiUcient suicide to make tha than value of the stako stake SIRO1 of which 1200 to tho thou winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days before the race Six furlongs i iTHE THE THE ISABELLA For twoyearolds toeholds fillios fillies foals of U9o j to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount tuffii tuff ° nt to make the value of the stake 50 of 1210 to the winner 2CO to second 10 to third and tbe tube ourth fourth to save hia ia stoke Winners of a sweepstakes of the advertised value of 1000 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of throe or more such or one of 1800 7 Ibs Dibs ex ¬ tra tram Horses not having won a sweepstakes of the value of 700 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs nonwinners nominees of three races of any vilue vile 9 Ibs Dibs two races 12 Ibs Dibs maidens 17 Ibs Dibs No horse which has in ¬ curred cured any of the penalties shall be entitled to any of tha than allowances Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CHRYSANTHEMUM A handicap sweep ¬ stakes for twoyearDida foals of 196 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add nn amount suffic suffice ¬ ient Lent to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the winner JOO JO to second 100 to third Weights to be announced three days prior to the race One mile mileFixed minefield Fixed Evint Deviant St Louis Derby for 1899 1899ENTRIES ENTRIES CLO3E JANUARY 15 1898 THE ST Louts DERBY FOR 1899 A sweep ¬ stakes for threeyearolds foal of 1893 25 each or only 10 if declared by January 1 1899 110 additional to start The Association to add 3500 of which 350 to s cjnd Cajon 150 to third and the fouith fourth to save his stako stake Winners of a stake o 0 u in 1899 or one of 100JOin 1893 to cirry curry 3 Ibs Dibs penalty winners of a stake of 10v00 or three or any value in 1899 to carry 5 Ibs Dibs penalty Allowances Nnnwinnoraof two stak stack es of any value in 1893 3 Ibs Dibs of one stake 7 Ibs Dibs uon upon winners of four races in 1899 10 Ibs Dibs three races 12 Ibs Dibs two races 15 Ibs Dibs one race 20 Ibs Dibs maidrtns maidens 25 pounds Stilling purse races not counted in figuring allowances No horse that has incurred either of tbe tube penalties shall be entitled to any of the allowances and no horse which is not entitled to the Urs Burs two al ¬ lowances loaners can claim any of the subsequent ones Allowances and penalties not cumulative One mile and a half ENTRY BLANKS WILL BE FORWARDED ON APPLICATION ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO ROBERT AULL ALL President Pair Grounds St Louis Mo NOW READY COPYRIGHTED American Sporting flanual faucal of 1898 1898A A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT George Siler Silver on Pugilism Tom Gallagher on Billiards F H Brunell Runnel and C C Riley on Racing Ed Sheridan on Baseball Louis Sass on football cycling and athletics athleticsAN athletics AN OFFICIAL COMPENDIUM OF RECORDS RECORDSmm Records mm TROTTING PACING BICYCLING BILLIARDS BASEBALL ATHLETICS X X XPUGILISM PUGILISM PUGILISM AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1897 AJSTD ADJUSTED NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES SUMMARIES BY EXPERTS ON EACH SUBJECT DISCUSSED IKDITEXD TIDIED BY K H BRUNKIvlv BRUNKIvlvDAILY DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL