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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 15, 1899 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 drf1899021501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 15, 1899 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  fKM if D!y a Ym Form I VOL. V. -FEBBTjIby JTOjg CHICAGO, 15, 1899, PRICE, 5 CEKTS Brooklyn Handicap Favorites BROOKLYN HANDICAP FAVORITES. The fayorite with Plaudit in the Brooklyn Handicap early batting is Eastin & Larrabie's Ben Holladay, named after a Westerner, associated with the early tribulations and triumphs of the western land, where his owners live. Ben Holladay is probably the best horse and is favorite with only 1 to 3 laid against his chances, while it was 3 to 1 against Plaudit. The other starters were Isabey and Han d'Or. Lieber Karl carried 122 pounds. Plaudit 117. T. Burns was on the former and Simms on the latter. At the end of a desperate and thrilling drive through the whole of the last quater-I mile Plaudit won by a neck from Lieber Karl, BEN HOLLADAY, B. H, 6, BY HANOVEK MOLLIE L., BY LONGFELLOW. certainly one of the best horses in training in America today. He is by Hanover Mollie L., by Longfellow and from 1 1-2 miles up has proven his groat quality. Over a shorter distance of ground Ben Holladay has been less than certain. He was second, with 121 pounds up, to Ornament (127), in the Brooklyn Handicap last year, the 1 1-4 miles in 2:10. He was one and a half lengths behind at the end. At Coney Island, June 23, he won from Damien, 109, and five others at 1 3-16 miles, with 126 pounds up in 2 :01 and over the same course, August 29, landed the Turf Handicap at 11-4 miles on the turf under 127 pounds, in 2:10; Thomas Cat (103), Jefferson (90) and Semper Ego (113), were behind him. Then at Morris Park, October 4, he won the Morris Park Special, 2 miles, 130 pounds, in 3:33, beating George Keene (117), Warrenton (117), Algol (130) and Latson (117); October 15, the Municipal Handicap, 13-4 miles, 130 pounds, in 3:01i, boating Jefferson (87), Thomas Cat (98), Handball (114) and five others, and October 22, the Morris Park Handicap, 2 1-4 miles, 138 pounds, in 4 :07, defeating a rather poor lot. But Ben Holladay, with 123 pounds, was fifth in the Suburban, one and a quarter miles, of 189S, finishing behind Tillo (119), Semper Ego (106), Ogden (109), and Don d'Oro (115), and at Coney Island, September 5, finished last with 122 pounds to The Friar (125), Mirthful (111), Buela (98), and White Frost (111) in the Twin City Handicap. In Ben Holladay's fouryoars1 of racing ho has performed as follows : Year Age Races 1st 2nd 3rd Unp. Amt.Won 1895.... 2 12 4 3 3 2 $1,765 1896.... 3 18 3 8 0 1 3.650 1897.... 4 IS 4 S 2 2 8.235 1898.... 5 9 5 1 .. 3 12,185 Total (4) ..52 16 17 11 8 125,835 Plaudit, a brown colt by Himyar Cinderella now a 4-year-old, made his first start in the year 1898 in the Kentucky Darby at Louisville. Lieber Karl went to the post an overwhelming isabey twenty lengths away, being third. This was on the fourth day of May. Time, 2:09. Seven days later the Clark Stakes was run, only Plaudit and Lieber Karl contesting the event. Lieber Karl was again a favorite, it being only 7 to 20 against him at the post while it was 11 to 5 against Plaudit. The reason for this was that Plaudit carried 127 pounds, ten more than in the Derby, while Lieber Karl carried the same weight ho had carried before. Considering the closeness of the finish for the Derby it appeared that at the weights Lieber Karl should win. But to the consternation of the admirers of Mr. Schorr's good colt, Plaudit won at his leisure by a good four lengths and could evidently have made it a good many lengths more. Time for the mile and a fnrldng, 1:561. From Louisville the two good colts were taken to Cincinnati where they met again in the Oakley Derby, no others starting. Plaudit sarried 127 pounds, Lieber Karl 125. Lieber Karl led on sufferance to the turn for the stretch where Plaudit took a slight lead and with his jockey sitting still won, hard held, by three-quarters of a length, the time for the mile and a quarter being 2:081. That was enough for Mr. Schorr and Lieber Karl. Plaudit's superiority was too manifest and they withdrew from the unequal struggle leaving Plaudit to walkover unchallenged for the Buckeye Stakes a few days later. Plaudit had now won four straight victories. His after career for the year was four consecutive seconds. At Latonia, June 9, he ran second to Han d'Or for the Derby. It was an extraordinary race and Plaudit was by no means disgraced. It was run in 2:321, Han d'Or winning by three lengths, Plaudit carried 127 pounds to his 114, Though Plaudit ran fairly well afterwards it is questionable whether he ever recovered fully from the effects of this desperate race. June 18 he ran second to Pink Coat for the St. Louis Derby, He carried 127 pounds to Pink Coat's 107; Bannockburn, 107, Jackanapes, 109 and Equitomo, 94, finishing behind him. Time of the race 2:37. His next start was for the Realization Stakes at Sheepshead Bay, where he ran second to the peerless Hamburg, George Boyd being third and The Huguenot, Handball and Latson unplaced. His last start of the year was at Saratoga August 2, where George Keene beat him a half length for the Hamburg Stakes at a mile over a very heavy track. He was so plainly out of form that ho was retired for the season in the hope that a long rest would bring back the speed that he had possessed through his early western campaign. Here are his tabulated performances as a two-year-old and a three-year-old : Year Age Races 1st 2nd 3rd TJnaAmt.Won 1897.... 2 12 4 1 0 7 $8,345 1898.... 3 8 4 4 0 0 24710 Totals (2) 20 8 5 0 7 $33045 PLAUDIT, BE. H, 4, BY HIMYAE CINDERELLA. Montgomery Handicap Weights MONTGOMERY HANDICAP WEIGHTS. Memphis, Feb. 14. Following are the weights to appear tomorrow for the horses engaged in the Montgomery Handicap : Horses. Wt. Horses. Wt. Algol 126 Simon W 117 Lieber Karl 117 Macy 114 Imp 114 F. F. V 112 The Roman 112 Handsel 110 Peat 110 Dr. Walmsley 108 Sailor King 108 Manuel 107 W. Overton 107 Fervor 106 J- H. C 106 Presbyterian 106 Kentucky Colonel. ..104 George B. Cox 104 Onomastus 104 The Kentuckian....l04 Romp 104 Crocket 103 Millstream 102 Banished 102 Clay Poynter 100 Kittie B .'lOO Ulysses 100 Opaque 100 Tom Collins 100 George Krats 100 j Dunois 100 Sea Lion 100 Jolly Roger 100 Cherry Leaf 98 Buckvidere 98 Lennep 98 Fireside 98 Belle of Memphis.. 98 St. Simonian 98 Corsini 96 Leo Planter 96 Chantilly 96 Star of Bethlehem.. 96 Basquil 96 Hittick 94 Ordnung 92 The Pride 92 Winslow 90 Deblaise 90 Forget Not 90 Nobleman 90 Albert Swind 90 High Jinks 90 Golden Link 90 Two-Year-Old Figures of 1898 j TIVO-YEAR-OI.D FIGURES OF 1898. The leading sires of 2-year-old-winners of 1898 with the number of winners they produced are tabled below: Sires. Winners. Sires. Winners. Himyar 40 Midlothian 23 Falsetto 30 Deceiver 22 Sir Dixon 27 Lord Hartington....22 Inspector B 23 St. Leonards 22. Candlemas 22 Hindoo 21 SirModred 22 Kingston 19 S trathmore . . . . ...... 22 Pirate of Penzance . . 17 Knight of Ellerslie. 20 Volante 17 Fonso 17 Order 'u Prince Royal 17 Long Fish 14 Rossington 16 Paniqne 13 Helicon 14 Stromboli 13 Big Henry 14 Inverness 13 Donatus 13 Gold Finch 12 Iroquois 13 Watercress 12. Emperor of Norfolk.13 His Highness... 12 Blitzen 12 Pardee '.12 Hayden Edwards. ...12 Silver Fox 12 Kantaka 36 Rowland 12 Hanover 27 The best of the get of the sires above with the number of stakes won by each are shown below : Himyar S M.ss Marion. , t Ailyar, 2. Falsetto First Tenor, 2. BenStrome 5 Whiplash, 1. 1 Anagram, 1. I Alpen, 4. . Scannell, 1. Sir Dixon , -j Deering, 1. Diminutive, 1. (.Ahom, 1. Inspector B Espionage, 4. ,. ( Cathedral, 1. Candlemas -j Dr. Eichberg, 3. (Martimas, 2 birAlodred Counselor Wernberg, 1. Fonso Tulla Fonso, 1. Galore J E"?8' , . Caoutchouc, 2. Prince Royal Maud Ferguson, 5. Rossington Mazo, 2. Helicon Andes, 1. Big Henry Frank Bell, 2. Darebin Mr. Clay, 1. Inverness Larva, 3, Emperor of Norfolk.. Magdalenes, 2, Blitzen Boney Boy, 1. Hanover (Glenheim.l. j Matanzas, 3. Kantaka jin? B"lof?c,orn'. . , , i Kentucky Colonel, 3. Bobby Beach May Beach, 1. CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE. TWO-YEAR-OLD FIGURES OF 1898. (Continued from 1st Page.) ( Sombre, 2. Midlothian Saintly, 1. ( Midlove, 1. Deceiver Sea Lion. 3. Lord Hartington....J4rVVnil. Hindoo Humidity, 3. Kingston k"8""1 i Kingdon. 6. Satin Slipper, 3. Pirate of Penzance . .. The Entuckiaa, 2. f Orderlette, 1. Order J. Ornamental, 1. Jolly Roger, 1. Savons. 1. Wntnrprsc! watercress -i J Marblehead, 1. Fasfc Black( 1 I. La Penitente, 1. iis uignness J;,an Berand) 7i Bramble Rhinelander, 1. El Rio Rey Jennie Reid. 1. Montana Regent Milt Young, 1. Patron May Hempstead, 2. Red Iron Olinthus, 1. Riley , Frank Ireland, 1. Spokane Spirituello, 1. Tremont Armament, 1. Uncas Autumn, 6. Wadsworth Rush, 2. i Excursion, 1. Tak lake b Nnticn JNotice Bonibel, 1. Page  DAILY RACING FORM AND AMERICAN TDRF CONGRESS RECORD. ISSUED EVERY DAY. A daily reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN TUEF CONGEESS. DAILY BACING FOKli PUBLISHING CO. Editob, F. H. Beunell, Associate Editor, G. G. Riley. m-m FIFTH AYENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. COPYRIGHTED. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1869, by Frank H. Brunell, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, . S. A. SXhe chart numbers of Daily Eaoing Fobh must not be need. They are copyrighted daily and -will be keenly protected, TEEMS: Per Month $ 1.25 Half Year 7.50 One Year 14.00 The above rates are for single copies as Bealed letters first-claBB mail. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. profers to send single copies as first-class mail in all cases. 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Despite the efforts of the track superintendent, the course at the Fair Grounds could not be put into a safe condition for racing. The management has decided to postpone racing until Thursday. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. The Quebec Turf Club will hold its annual race meeting August 31 and September 2, on the Plain of Abraham. This year's officers are: Hon. President, Hon. E. J. Price; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Hon. P. Carneau, Hon. R. R. Dobell and G. H. Parke; President, Mr. Y. Bos well; "Vice-President, Mr. V. Chateauvert; Treasurer, Major Lampson ; Secretary, Mr. A. F. Ashmead. Canadian Sportsman. The 2-year-old filly White Clover, published in the Hendrie Stable list as being by Spring- '. field Locust Blossom, is by Springfiold Eliza j III., by Elias Lanrance instead. Hudson, Chicago, 111. May W, did not start ! nor win at 40 to 1 in 1898. She did not defeat Abuse during the year. The two never met in 1898. E jquirer, Chicago, 111, The American Derby of 1893, won by Boundless, was a guaranteed stake of $60,000. $50,000 to the winner, $7,000 to eecoud and $3,000 to third. Ed. Corrigan's Good Day ED. CORRIGAN'S GOOD DAY. Describing the racing at Icgleside last Thursday W. W. Naughton says in the San Francisco Examiner: "It is whispered in turf circles that Ed Corri-gan will shortly publish a small handbook entitled ' "Every Owner His Own Trainer,' " It may be that the rumor is simply in the nature of a pleasantry, but the fact remains that since the Master of Ingleside began getting up early in the morning his naes have captared a sufficiency of purses to pay the oats bill and leave a little something with which to play the next race. "Yesterday's results, for instance, bear testimony to Corrigan's Bkill as a conditioner, showing as they do that his horses are 'right on edge.' "To begin with, Credo carried the green and white to victory in the first race, and Ferrier followed with 'a win' in the second. Ferrier, of course, is the property of m llionaire Hobart, but he is stabled and handled by Corrigan. "Next in order was Adolph Spreckels, the easy winner of the third event at a mile and a sixteenth. In the improvised fourth race the Corrigan entry, The Bachelor; didn't do uite so well. There were extennati&g circumstances, however, the principal one being that he was ridden like a horse that was meant to land second. And that is just where he did land. "Owner Corrigan had nothing starting in the fifth, but in the sixth Maxello sported the green and brought it home in advance of all the other colors, thus making four firsts and a second for the stable. "The race in which The Bachelor ran second was won by Lodestar, the solidly supported second choice. The Bachelor was prominent for a brief instant when the gate went skyward, and the next that was seen of him he was chasing the others up the backstretch. Once past the half, "Skeets" Martin sent him along a bit and was Becond to Lodestar shortly after turning for home. Ho gained somewhat on the Midlothian gelding before the wire was reached, but, as already stated, he did not win. "Old Buckwa placed the seven furlong handicap to his credit, and did it in easy style. Highland Ball was second, aad it must be said that he ran a remarkable race. He was accorded as wretched a start as it is possible for an animal to get in a four-horse race, but he went in pursuit of his field and outran Hohen-zollern and Libertine before the stretch was reacbed. "While Maxello was at all times a favorite for the concluding six fnrlongs there was a heavy investment in Mercutio stock. From 12 to 1 the horse named rapidly dropped to 5 to 1. Then his price began to climb again, until at gate time it was 8 to 1. Mercutio carried a barrel of money at that, and there were some heartrending groans when a man with field j glasses yelled: 'Mercutio is left at the post.' " Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Though the new seven-furlong straight track will be completed at Sheepshead Bay, so far as laying it out and forming it is concerned, it will not be used until 1900. In a talk with one of the officials he said that there would not be a chance to uso it this season, as it takes a long time to put a new track into shape, even after it is made, owing to the great number of stones and pieces of rock that have to be removed, which has to be done by hand. Every time a harrow is put over a track there, it brings stones to the suiface, and it takes time to clean it and make it perfect. For this reason it is not deemed advisable to give the track a trialkuntil.it is clean and well set. The Thornton Stakes, four miles, will be ran at Oakland February 22. It is of the value of $3,000 and it seems probable that it will be contested by a strong field. Good day and track the long standing record for a race at the distance, Fellowcraft'fc 7:191, may be eclipsed. The event closed for supplementary entries last week. So far as can now be told the most probable starters are Buckwa, David Tenny, Wheel of Fortune, Adolph Spreckels, The Bachelor, Tempo and Mistleton. Without any other starters this would bo a very strong field for a race at such a distance. All are stayers and fast. At Great Falls, Mont , September 20, last, Tempo beat Scottish Chieftain and Oitler Joe a mile and a quarter in 2:061. The more recent performances of the other horses named are familiar to all turfmen who follow the performances of the hor?03 closely. T. C. McDowell has bought of Milton Young a half interest in the 2-year-old chestnut colts Star Bright, by Aintree-Spaldimore, and Robert Metcalfe, by Harry O'Fallon Zizi. They cost Young $2,550 last fall and are considered very promising youngsters, both having shown ! remarkably fast trials which induced Young to buy them. So far as can be estimated without the test of actual racing Robe t Metcalfe is the beBt of the pair. Of the two colts the Thoroughbred Record says: "Both are highly tried, Robert Metcalfe having shown faster on T. H. Steven's farm track than any yearling ever trained there. In light of the fact that Buckwa, Wary and Florimoro got their first work on that track, the work entitles him to a claim of more than ordinary worth. Scar Bright worked three-eighths with light weight last fall in 3$ over the hill at Lexington, where 37 with weight up, is considered very good." The case of young W. Shields, who was ruled off recently by the stewards of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club, has been taken up again for further investigation. He was accused of having paid money to have hit father's horse, Lord Chesterfield, pulled and found gnilty. Now Alec Shields, the father of the young trainer, has demanded a mors complete investigation. Ho says his son told a number of his friends to bet on Lord Chesterfield, and that several horiemon are ready to prove what he claims to be the facts in tho caso. Other tbings have come to the surface to throw doubt on the evidence on which the stewards acted In the light of his last race it seems clear, however, that Lord Chesterfield was certainly pnlled in the race that mads the trouble, no matter who caused it to be done. A prominent firm of racing men and breeders in California are negotiating with a newspaper man there who has a commission to sell the Australian stallion Tarcoola, and it is expected that the sale will be consummated within the next few days. Tarcoola won the Melbourne Cup, Williamstown Cup and other great races, in all about $S0,000 in stakes and pnrses, and if brought to this country will be tho first winner of tho Melbourne Cup ever landed on American soil. He is by Newminster (who headed the Australian "winning stallions" list for three years) from Imogene, by King of the Ring, a grandson of Stockwell, as was Newminster. Tarcoola is now" ten years old and would probably be a valuable acquisition. "I feel very proud of the two-year-olds I have bred," said Ed Corrigan, "and I thiak I have the record. If memory serves me, there have been ten different winning two-year-olds in California thus far this season, and of this number I bred no less than six, including St. Anthony, Jennie Riley, Loch Katrine, Innovator (two races) and Golden Rule. Yellow Tail has won two races, Ella Boland two, L moid one and Nina one. I believe one of the youngsters I bred won at New Orleans, too." Air. Corrigan will breed fifteen mares this year to the great New Zoaland-brtd horse, Artillery, son of Musket. San Francisco ExumiLer. His Lordship, the eon of R yon a'Or Sallie McClelland, will not start in the Tennessee Derby. "The conditions," sajs trainer Smith, "are for colts to carry 122 and fillits 117 Not getting any maiden allowances, but having to carry even weights with the same colts that he ! will, with a big pull in tho weights, meet later in Derbys, it would be injudicious to try to get him ready for so early an event. H he does well, I will start him in the Kentucky Darby and then go on with the remainder of his engagements. All my horses wili go to Louisville witnin the next month." The Thoroughbred Record. Isaac Block of this city is credited with having bought from Welsh & Co of Nieholaaville, Ky., the 3-year-old chestnut colt, Mizo, by Ros-sington Rena B., for the sum f $2 000. Though he was apparently out of form tuwur.i the close i I of the racingseason Mazo won some very good I races last year, including the Juvenile Stakes at Louisville and the Harold Stakes at Latonia. His best performance was in the Harold Stakes, in which, carrying 121 pounds, he defeated Billy-House, Judge Tarvin and The Barrister. The San Francisco Examiner of last Wednesday says: "Eppinger, G.W.Scott's good-looking bay colt, by Morello Orinda, threw his shoulder out while at exercise at Ingleside yesterday, and, running on, broke the shoulder, though he did not fall. He was taken to a veterinarian's in the city in an ambulance and it is thought he will be saved." Fred Foster's recent purchase, Sam McKeever, is a sick horse over at the Oakland track. He is suffering from lung fever, but Foster haB hope3 of saving his valuable horseflesh. San. Francisco Chronicle. The stewards of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club have modified their decree of thirty days' suspension of Nick Hall's jockey, McNichol, to the extent of allowing him to ride for his employer. "Canadian Sportsman" gives the following as tho names claimed by Mr. William Hendrie for his yearlings: Pando. ch. f, by Semper Rex Banjo. Ferneytickle, ch. f, by Semper Rex La Mer-veille. Red Breast, b. f, by Strathclyde Clover. Swordfish, br. c, by Derwentwater Finnan. Haddie. Volatile, b. f, by Versatile Heatherbloom. Fusima, ch. f, by Derwentwater Omeo. Maple Syrup, b. f, by Derwentwater Sugar Plum Saidbox, b. f, by Derwentwater Bandbox. Flicker, ch. f, by Derwentwater Spark. Kendlewater, ch. c, by Derwentwater Queen's Own. Dundonald, ch. c, by Derwentwater Genevra. Rosorana, ch. f, by Derwentwater Irish. Queen. Darnley, br. c, by Derwentwater Favor Me. Doric, blk. c, by Derwentwater Fraulein. Queen's Lady, ch. f, by Derwentwater Queen's Bounty. Sea Lord, b. c. by Versatile Sea Lark. Saucy Sally, ch. f, by Derwentwater Scotch. Reel. Dainty Davy, b. c, by Versatile Nancy Lee. Racing Dates of 1899 RACING DATES OF 1899. New Orleans, La Feb. 3 April 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) Feb, 6 IS Oakland (C. J. C.) Feb. 20 March 4 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) March 6-18- Oakland (C. J. C.) March 20 April 1 Little Rock, Ark March 30 April 5 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) April 315 Washington, D. C. (Bennings) April 315 Memphis, Tenn April 8 29 Newport Ky April 8 May 19 Aqueduct, N. Y April 17 May 4 Oakland (C J. C.) April 17-29 Ingleside (P. C. J. C.) May 116 Louisville, Ky May 4 20 Westchester, N. Y May 625 Toronto,. Can May 20 2T Latonia May 23 June 24 Gravesend, N. Y May 27 JHne 15 Hamilton, Can May 30 June 4 Montreal, Can June 824 Sheepshead Bay, N. Y June 17 July 4 Fort Erie, Can June 28 July 19 Brighton Beach, N. Y July 5 August 5 Windsor, Can July 22 August 12 Saratoga, N. Y July 26 August 25 Highland Park (Detroit) August 14 26 Sheepshead Bay, N. Y.. August 26 September 9 Gravesend, N Y September 12 30 Westchester, N. Y October 2 21 Aqueduct, N Y October 23 November T Washington. D. C. (Bennings). November 11 30 YEARLY RACING FORM. Those who want the yearly edition of Daily Raoing Fobsi's charts had better order early. There are not more than thirty of the edition unsold. Yearly Racing Form is in two volumes,, bound in soft morocco with a hard-use lettered index on linen paper. Volume I. includes the racing from January 1 to June 30. Volume II. from July 1 to December 31. The two books cost $20. Forbush's Mother and Brother For Sale I have for sale, Isabella, by Destru ou, eight years old, and her weanling colt by Fro Knight. The colt is a full brother to Cassy and Forbush. He is the best individual of Isabella's foals. Certificate No. 16731 Jockey Club. ELMER FRASER, Maryville National Bank, Maryville, Mo. Page  Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., February 1 4. Forty-flf th day. Pacific Coast Jockey Club. 'Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Jndge. Edwin F. 3mith. Starter. J. F. Caldwell. Racing start3 at 2:15 p. m. The recall flag is not used. FIRST RAGE 3-8 Mile. Purse S400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 10821 Ind Horses A Wt 8t M Y Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10387 SARDINE 115 1 li 11 15 II Martin Ed Corrigan 7-5 7-5 4-5 4-5 10565 MOUNTEBANK 118 2 31 32 23 Piegott M Finlen 21 4 2i 31 TARHILL 118 4 42 43 32 Bnllman W M Murry 10 20 10 20 105982 RAM BOUIiIA 118 3 2 2i 41 H Shields J G Brown & Co 2J 31 2 3 106153TANOBE 110 5 5 5 5 Snyder L Williams 15 20 10 20 Time, Hi, 241, 38. Winner Ch. f. by Bassetlaw Sardonyx. Start good. Won easing up Sardine was decidedly the best and is a good two-year-old with a hiph turn of speed. Mountebank ran well and finished like a good ono. Tarhill was evidently green arid is very promising. Bamboulia showed speed to the stretch and quit, more from bad riding than from lack of ability to go on. Tanobe is common Scratched 10365 Pidalia. 110 Corrected weights Sardine, 115 Mountebank, place, evens. Tarhill, show, 6 to 5. Bamboulia, place, 4 to 5. SEC0Nr RACE 1 MIle Parse 400. 3-year-olds. Selling 10822 Ind Horses AWt St M Vi & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C (10593)STAMINA 108 1 35 3 li li 1 J Reiif Duke & WiBhard 5 5 4 4 105932 MEROfS 108 3 52 56 3a 21 23 Ruttor Miller & Blazer 8 10 8 10 (1059URACIVAN 105 5 4 41 4h 32 36 Dovin P Ryan 15 20 15 20 103453BALLI3TA 112 2 21 21 5 43 4 Hennessy W D Randall 2 2 8-5 8-5 (10390) MILT YODNG 108 6 6 6 6 6 51 H Martin Ed Corrigan 4 6 3 6 105452STRONGOLI 108 4 H 12 2 5 6 Bnllman CambridgeStable 21 3 2 3i Time. 25, 501-,l:15i, 1:42. Winner Ch. c, by Great Tom Endurance. Start fair. Won very easily. Stamina is a much improved colt. He was off well, always in a good place and easily held the others safe. Merops closed a bis- gap rounding the far turn and finished strongly. Racivan shows improvement and ran a good consistent race. Ballista apparently sulked and would not extend himself. He is bad tempered but a good colt. His race should he thrown out. Milt Young ran a bad race. Stroiwoli is a sprinter. The route was too long and he was unlucky. Stamina, place, 8 to 5; show, 3 to 5. Merops, place, 3 to 1; show, evens. Racivan, show, 3tol. THIRD RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse 400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 10623 Ind Horses A Wt St VL H K Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 10584 JOE MUSSEL 5 112 6 8 8 51 11 li Bassinger Earnshaw Bros 30 50 25 40 1055 3CAVALLO 5 112 1 3" 51 3 2a 21 Snyder F Bean 12 20 12 20 105202WYOMING 6 112 4 li 2 2" 31 32 H Shields J G Brown & Co 8-5 9-5 4-5 9-10 10289 OUTAWAY C 115 3 41 3 i 5 41 Maclin Ki-lly Bros 15 20 15 15 16559 CABRILLO 7 115 5 2 1" li 41 56 Hahn Weaver & Co 21 3 21 3 105842UNA COLORADO 8 112 2 6" 6 6 66 610 Piggott W Fisher & Co 4 5 4 5 10166 MC PRYOR 5 112 8 7 7 8 8 72 Bennett W P Dingley 60 80 50 60 10597 MERRY BOY 5 112 7 5 4 7 7 8 BeauchampH Brown 12 15 12 12 Time, 24i, 50, 1:15, 1:281. Winner B. h. by Cavalier Spinster. Stare good. Won handily. Mild drive for the place. Joe Mussel, as he raced to-day, was far above his form mark. He was badly ridden, too. Cavallo was handled even worse, and ran a good race. Wyoming is best in mud and good, but a coward. Watch. On ta way ran an improving sort of a race. Cabrillo is rounding to. He had speed. Is an acrobat at best. Tab Merry Boy He can do better. Scratched (10579)Credo. 109; 10818 Two Cheers 112; 10555 Schpitz, 115, Joe Mussel, place, 10 to 1; show, 5 to 1. Cavallo, place, 6 to 1; show, 21 to 1. Cabrillo, place, 4to5. 1082- H CE fS-Mile. Purse 5400. 4-year-olds and upward. Sellingf Ind Horses A Wt St U Y StrFin Jockeys Owners O H LU" (10380)FERRIER 9 111 1 2 21 11 11 12 Bnllman W S Hobart 21 3 21 21 10335 JOE ULLMAN 5 109 2 5" d 41 31 21 Rutter Duke & Wishord 3 4 3 4 105023GUILDER 4 106 4 7 7 3a 21 32 Spencer Car'thers&S' ioldslO 12 8 10 (10597)OKION 5 112 3 11 12 2 41 41 Hennessy F W Doss & Co 7 8 7 8 1056221 MPERIOUS 4 105 6 41 41 5" 51 51 H Martin P Dunne 6-5 6-511-106-5 103922 H IG H LAN D BALL4 108 7 3" 31 61 61 61 BoauchampSunset Stable 12 15 12 15 10592 BONNIE IONE 4 104 5 6" 5" 7 7 7 Dvin J Cochran 1C0 100 85 100 Time. 24i, 50, 1:151,1:281. Winner Ch. h, by Falsetto Cinderella. Start fair. Won easily, Drive for place. Ferrier outclassed the field in his present good form and took command as soon as given his head. Joe Ullman showed fine sperd rounding the far turn and ran a good race. Guilder closed a big gap on the bxekstretch ard finished stoutly. It was a bit too far to suit Orioa. A sprinting route suits him and he is good in mud. Imperious was unlucky but did not run his true race. Highland Ball ran an honest race. Bonnie lone was out of her class. She is good Scratched 10580 Don't Skip Me, 104; 10556 Judge Stouffer, 106; (10594)Tammany Hall II., 109. Ferrier, place, evens; show, 1 to 2. Joe Ullman place, 7 to 5; show, 7 to 10. Guilder, show, 7 to 5 FIFTH RACE 1 1-8 Miles. Purse 500. 3-year-olds and upward7Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St S M, H K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C (10376)R D.T1ERRA 5 104 1 li 11 12 H li 12 Bullman Cambridge Stbl 11-106-5 4-5 4-5 105952TOPMAST 6 107 2 2" 21 21 22 23 23 Spencer Car'th'rf&Shields8-5 2 8-5 2 (10o00)ESPIONGE 3 83 3 3" 31 81 32 37 36 Hal Brown L H Ezell 31 4 31 4 105953 MORINEL 4 98 4444444 J Woods M Storn 12 15 10 15 Time, 25. 50r, 1:151, 1:405, 1:531. Winner B. h. by Prince of Norfolk Haides. Start good Won very easily. Little action behind. Key del Tierra won an be chose. Is in rare form and outclassed the field. Topmast ran an honest race and closed resolutely. Espionage was less than well ridden. She is good. Watch. Morinel is not at her best and ran a poor race. Topmast, place, 1 to 2. Espionage, place, 4 to 5. 1 Afji)C SIXTH RACE 5 1-5J Furlongs. Purse 100. 3-year-olds and upward. lUDU Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St 14. Vi U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C 105962AILYAR 3 106 1 15 15 15 15 H Martin P Dunne 3-5 3-5 1-2 1-2 10445 ED GARTLANDII.4 109 3 36 21 22 2 Bullman D A Honig 31 31 3 3 103552SOMBRE 3 101 2 21 32 36 31 Devin W B Jennings 31 5 31 5 105663L1 ME WATER 3 106 6 5i 4 410 410 BeauchampSunset Stable 10 12 10 12 10484 MEL. BURN HAM 4 112 4 6 51 52 55 Loullier J Cochran 60 80 60 60 10617 LITTLE T. G. 4 107 5 43 6 6 6 Cnmmings S N Holman 50 80 40 GO Time, 241, 491, 1:02 1:081. Winner B. c, by Himyar Aileen Aroou. Start bad Won in a canter. Ailyar was away with a flying start and none of the others could evar pet near him. Ed Gartland II. had no trouble in outrunning Sm bre down the homestretch. S' mbre ran her race. She stops easily when challenged. Lime W ater was unlucky in the send-off and rlosed a big ?ap running vpry fast through the lat quarter. Scratched 10485 Diara, 106: 104053Ulm, 106; 10620 Novia, 107; 10580 Lord Marmion, 112; 105123 Whitcomb. 113; H5643Storm King, 116 Ed Gartland II.. place. 7 t 10. . Notice NOTICE. Daily Racino Form is a publication which Is built by its staff from day to day. Its "form' and the numbera of its charts are copyrighted. Tho chart numbers are so arranged that legal identification is easy of proof. Tho selections and handicap figures attached to entrios are arranged on the same basis. The latter com from the work of four experts after tho telegraphic receipt of charts and entries. All per sons are warned cot to use said chart or index numbers, select jrrs or handicap figures. HOOKS OF JANUARY CHARTS. The paper covered January number of Monthly Racing Form will bo ready for local delivery Wednesday night at $1. It contains all the charts from -January 1, to January 31, with a revised and complete index from January 1, 1898. Tho morocco covered books -will bo on sale Friday at $1.50. 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Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdcp. 10273 Bali verso 4....10S 625 10484 Cyaro 4.... 106 640 10487 Thyne 4. ...106 .. .. 675 10561 Syrlin 4 .. 106 690 10357 Socialist 4.... 106 635 10302 Carrie U 6. ...107 630 Alien 6.. ..109 106163Tyro 9... 109 650 10591 Bobbins 5.. ..109 625 3184 Elmer F 8 ...109 645 10817 McFarlano 7.. ..109 670 104223Benu Monde 4 ...109 665 10382 Perseus 6.... 109 685 10557 Initiator 4. ...109 640 10489 Henry C 4 .. 109 650 81113Truxillo 5. ...112 660 10580 Primrose 5.. ..112 700 10591 Roadrunner 8 112 680 Second Raco 1 1-10 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Soiling. 10352 Major Hooker 4.. ..106 690 (10096)Tom Calvert 4.. ..109 700 5''53 (Uandiana 5 109 680 10582 Rapido 7. ...Ill 660 10619 Our Climate 6.... Ill 685 10360 Zarro 5.... Ill 670 Third Race 1 Mile. 3- year-olds and upward. Selling. 10594 Bonito 4.... 102 700 ie6173Einstein 4 .. 104 675 10280 The Dipper 4... .104 645 8263 Dearfoot 4.... 104 .. 680 10351 All Smoke 7... 107 665 105843Naraja 3.... 107 690 10623 Merry Boy 5.... 109 670 9592 Charley Reiff 5.... 109 655 10584 Meadow Lark 7 109 .. 685 10618 Two Cheers 6.... 109 685 10544 Fred Gardner 8 ...112 650 Fourth Race 1-8 Mile. Malowansky Stakes. $1,000 Guaranteed. 2-year-olds. Ind. Horses, color, sex& pedigree. Wt. Hdcp (10546)Golden Rule 115 750 Diomed. ch g, by Red Iron-Lilly Wright..... .. 115 ..... ... 103272Lomond us 740 10387 Catulus H8 725 SirEger, ch. c. by Glenolg Delphine 118 , Sisquoc, ch. c. by Brutus The Swayback Mare 118 Fifth Race 7-8 Mile. 4- year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses Age Wt. Hdco. 10S202Midlight 5. ...104 . 700 106203 Montallade 6.. ..106 695 105593Zmar II 5 106 683 10556 Judge Stouffer 5 103 690 10594 Petrarch 6 106 .. 675 (10594) Tammany Hall II 4 ...109 670 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. 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