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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 31, 1900 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1900 drf1900033101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, March 31, 1900 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1900 $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  VOL. VI. NO. 77. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. PRICE, 5 CENTfe GOSSIP OF THE TURF. A dispatch from Memphis to the Enquirer of yesterday says : "R. B. Foreythe and W. Dono-hue arrived today from New Orleans with six horses, including the jumper, Z lfallig. The track was heavy from an early morning rainstorm, and while plenty of work was dona nothing very fast was attempted. The best move wae made by Duke of Baden and Cambrian, who went together a mile in 1:46, excellent work for the track. Greatland went an easy mile in 1 :49. F. W. Brcde breezed a half in 504 seconds, Handwork, Patterson's star two-year-old, the same distance easily in 51 seconds, and Onr Nellie in 50 seconds. Sam Phillips, W. Overton and Streamer cantered and then breezed. T a last two named are close to a race. ParmeDion, one of the Derby candidates, galloped a slow mile. This horse is nigh, and can hardly be reedy for Derby day. Lamachua went a mile in 1 :46 the first half in 51 seconds and the five furlongs in 1:C3. He was all out, bat it was creditable work. Cherry Leaf worked a mile end a 'nrlocg, doing the mile in 1:49. Bel. '6 of Memphis went a handy six furlongs in 1:19. Jolly Boger. wbo will be ridden by Bolan i in the Montgomery Handicap, worked a mile on Wednesday in 1:471. He is getting a good preparation for the event. "It is exported that Spaccer and Jenkins, who are now at Hot Springs, will stop over here and ride at the meeting. "H. J. Hcoggen tcdey received a telegraphic ir.qr.iry from the Jockey Clnb stating that hip run away bey Banecm. had applied for a license. Mr. Scoggan turned his contract with Bansom over to Captain Bees, and the latter ha. crdered the boy to repert here within ten days or suffer the penalty cf the western rales— jaiiag off the turf." A very exciting night was spent by the stable hands in charge of the strings of Tom Magee and Frank Beagan on the Southern road near Charlotte, N. C, last Wednesday. While the train was moving at full speed the horses broke down their frail stall and a stampede occurred. The etab'e beys tried to control the frightened animals, but found they had a bard job on their hands and the train had to be stopped. The trainmen with much difficulty rescued the men from the cars. The horses were then led ont into the darkness and again became unmanageable. Dr. Vanghan ran away and has net yet been heard from. Gus Banther, one of the trainers, was knocked down by the thoroughbreds in their mad flight and had to be sent to a hospi:al. The horses on the car were Alex. Sempire, Daisy Chain, Gray Dally, Blarney Prince, belonging to Mr. Beagan, and Wolburet. Dr. Taughan, Frelinghuysen, Fred Hanlon, Diffidence, Bustic Girl and Dionysia, of Mr, Magee' s stable. As soon as the horses became unmanageable the train was stopped and the car detached, but the horees, particularly those of Mr. Magee, were badly hurt. Fred Hanlon and WolhurBt are badl hurt. The others are considerably bruised. The stables were on their way from New Orleans to Bennings. At Albany, Thursday, the assembly, by a vote of 79 to 12. passed the Sanders bill to close up poolrooms. The bill is short and to the point. According to the provisions of the bill, guilty persons may be charged with committing a misdemeanor and fined $50 for the first offense and for the second shall be adjudged guilty of a felony, fined 2.0CO aud be imprisoned for not less than two years. These may be affected by the bill: Any corporation or association, or the officers thereof, who furnish information, to any person engaged in pcol selling or bookmaking at any time or place; telegraph companies and tele graph operators; ticker companies, bucket shop keepers, race tracks. A number of prominent horse-racing people, seen relative to the effect the Sanders bill will have no bookmaking at the tracks, were sur prised that euch a bill existed. Naturally none of them would speak en the subject. They did not thick, however, that the bill would stop bettirg at the track. "If it did," they said, "we would certainly have heard of it, and you can bet there would have been a big fight somewhere." Assemblyman Sanders said: "My bill will practically prohibit betting in the poolrooms. That is the root of the entire evil. It will be destroyed by this bill. If the poolrooms cannot get information from the tracks showing the read's of the races, as well as the fluctuations and odds given on the horses in the betting ricg, they will have to give up business. "It will do away with the nuisance of the army of fonts and broken-down sports who prey upon the frequenters of the poolrooms. I do not believe that this law will abolish betting at the lace trecks, but if it should be so construed it wot Id give me great pleasure. I think the bill will p»ss the Senate." The foil owing dates of declaration? to fixed events are announced by tbe Coney Island Jockey Club: To be run in 1900— Advance, at S10. May 15. Bay Hurdle Bac-. at $5. June 1. Double Event, at $25, April 16. Double Event, at $50, May 15. Futurity, at ji'.O or $10, July 15. Foam, at $10, May 15. Great Trial, at $50, April 16. Great Trial, at $75, May 15. September, at $10, July 16. Spindrift, at $10, May 15. Swift, at $10. May 15. Surf, at $10, May 15. Vernal, at $5, June 1. Independence Steeplechase, at $5, June 1. Grass Selling, at $5, June 1. To be run in 1901— Annual Champion, July 15. Futurity, at $10 or $20, July 15. Great Filly, at $5, November 1. Lawrence Realization (foal entries), at $25, July 15. Lawrence Realization (yearling entries!, at $50, July 15. Tidal, at $10. May 15. Tidal, at $25, January 2, 1901. To be run in 1902— Annual Champion, July 15. Lawrence Realization (foal entries), at $10, July 15. Mr. C. A. Valentine, Urbana, 0„ will race this season the following horses : Waban, ch. h, 7, by Sir Joseph— Hulda. Cleito, b. m, 6, by El Trinidad— Bessie Rane. Mento, ch. f, 3, by Harry Ray— Bessie Bane. Wraskal, 2, by El Trinidad— Bessie Rane. A dispatch from San Francisco Bays that Phil Archibald, one of the best-known bookmakers in the country, who has been under the doctor's cure for several weeks, has been removed to a private asylum. It is reported that hie mind is badly affected and an immediate recovery is not looked for. Archibald has booked on every race track cf any consequence in this coantry, and, like the rest of tbe knights of the ring, has ■offered all vicissitudes cf fortune. Archibald was successful and led a far from regular life. Just before hie health began to fail he had been crowding his life pretty full of hot things. Although he had $18. COO safely stored away, he suddenly b-came poeeesecd of the hallucination that he was broke, and constant brooding over his supposed impoverished state, in his weakened condition, finally made it necessary that he receive medical care. JOCKKY CLUB PROCEEDINGS At a meeting of the Stewards of the Jockey Clnb Thursday afternoon the applications for licenses made by tbe jockey, Patrick A. McCue, and tbe trainers. Edward Heffner and W. H. Snarley, were refused. The application made by Bobert S. Sullivan for a hearing in the matter cf the refusal .of his application for a jockey's license was laid over. The secretary was instructed to notify H. D. ("Curly") Brown that he is debarred from all courses racing under the jurisdiction of the Jockey Club. Brow n is the western trainer and starter who was ruled off by the American Turf Congress. The following trainers and jockeys who were disqualified for training aud riding at unrecogniz3d courses were restored to all privileges under the rules: Trainers— Bichard Baker, W. C. Conroy, William Daffy, William Garth and Walter Slopor. Jockeys— Frank Smith, Mexwell A. Silvers, Benjamin Rigby and Edward J. Fly no. Licenses for ths season cf 1900 were granted as follows : Jockeys— George C.Cox, Melvin Brian, W. H. Blake, Joseph A. Clarke, C A. Flynn, Anthony Hamilton. A. P. Hewett. Fred Littlefield, W. Morris, William Meaney, Vincent L. Moore, John P. Neumeyer and William Simm . Trainers— W. M. Barrick, William Beckett, Charle» A. Ballard. John Birmingham. J.J. Butt, William Christian, John Chapman, John A. Cook, T. F. Coles, William Donohue, A. J. Decker, W. P. Gilpin, James Hogan, Thomas J. Healy. William Howe, J. Hawkins, M. Hog in, C. Moouey, George T. Miller. William Mier. P. Manny, Peter Morrell, Jr., Samuel Marshall, Cornelius Mack, Llewellyn Lloyds, George W. Nixon, George W. Newton, E. Styles, James Sennet, John J. Sheridan, G. D. Smith, Clark Shaw, Adolph Wheeler, John B. Walker, Charles Anderson, William C. Smith and F. De Euiz Mars Cassidy was appointed starter at Washington and C, H. Pattingill at Aqueduct. NOTES OF THE TURF. Although Turner has not yet attached his name to a contract, it is almost certain that he will carry the turquoise blue and brown cap of W. C. Whitney during tbe coming season. Tnere is no cue who will question Turner's ability as a rider, as he has proven beyond question, and that frequently, that he is a star in the saddle. Jockey Mike Hennessey was suspended indefinitely by the judges at Oakland Tuesday, because of a suspicious ride on Lucidia when she ran third to Laura Marie and Intrepido, youngsters that she certainly outclasses. Hamburg's dam. Lady Beel, has foaled a fine bay colt in England by the great sire, St. Simon. Great expectations will be entertained in regard to the future career of such an aristocratically bred youngster. S, P. Harlan's mare Mey Buckmaster, by Luke Blackburn, has foaled a chestnut filly by Iroqnoit. There will be no more foals by this famous son of Leamington after this year, he having died in 1899. Of the first eighteen foals at Charles Reed's Fairview Farm fifteen wers colts, a bit of gjod luck in view of the slack demand for fillies. L. H. Ezell was accompanied east by J, Cochran, who took along Red Pirate and University. OUR HORSES IN ENGLAND. In the course of the last two years' racing in England, American bred horses cnt a great figure and from present indications their showing is likely to be still better this year. In 1898 the winnings of the progeny of American sires showed the following totals: Stallion. Winners. Races. Amount. Sensation 9 19 $36,715 The Sailor Prince 6 10 17,350 Locohatchee 1 3 15,535 Rayon d Or 1 6 12,585 Pontiae 2 4 6.495 Tenny 1 2 6.070 SimonMagus 2 4 6,285 St.Blaise 1 3 2,160 Candlemas 1 1 2,150 Sir Modred 1 3 1,730 Iroquois 1 2 1,585 The Bard 1 1 975 Loyalist 1 1 930 Long Taw 1 1 875 Strathmoro 1 1 500 Total 30 61 $111,940 Tbe imra ilia advance made in 1899 is beet demonstrated by the fact that a single stallion, Sensation, placsd almost as much money to his credit alone as was won by the entire American brigade in UN, his eleven winuars of 1899 earning no less than $103,940. The detailed figures cfthe American winnings in England during 1899. grouped according to the paternity of the various winners, and upon the same valuation of $5 to £ 1, are as follows : Stallion. Winners. Bios, Amount. sensation 11 20 $100,910 The Sailor Prince 6 15 40,330 Pontiae 9 18 29,275 Locohatchee 1 6 19,420 Hay-den Edwards 1 6 6.160 Charaxus 1 4 3,855 Midlothian 1 2 3,075 Biley 1 1 1,650 Hindoo 1 2 1,335 Himyar 1 1 1,305 Sir Modred 1 2 1,080 St. Florian 1 1 975 Emperor of Norfolk 1 1 820 Cavalier 1 1 685 Hanover 1 1 660 Golden Garter 1 1 500 Order 1 1 500 Watercress 1 1 500 Total 41 84 $213,065 The fact that Sensation and The Sailor Princa for two successive years have b?eo "one, two" in maintaining the American b inner in England must necessarily be a source of great pride and congratulation to Mr. Pierre Loril-lard, and it is to be hoped that this great sportsman is destined to live many ysars and to see numerous future triumphs achieved abroad by American-bred animals, whose first glimpse of this world is taken within the boundaries of Bancocas. Fortune may saem to have specially favored this stud, among the various American farm ? which have sent representatives to England, The veriest tyro knows, however, that gennine merit must tell in such relations. Sensation, The Sailor Prince, Pontiae and Locohatchee could never have aggregated such a splendid total as $189,965 without having furnished genuinely good class winners, and all this makes an equally complimentary showing for the American thoroughbred, as well as for Bancocas. It is nothing short of remarkable that we should today have such a very large representation of our thoroughbred stock entering upon their "props" for the coming English season, i The 1895 campaign of the Messrs. Dwyer and Croker, for instance, was to all intents and purposes a failure from a strictly racing standpoint, even thongh Mr. Dwyer had been regarded as one of our cleverest managers, the late Hardy Campbell as one of our cleverest trainers, and Himms as one of our cleverest CONTINUED ON SECOND 1'AUE. Page  VOL. II. SDPPLEMENI TO DAILY RAGING FORM. CHICAGO, ILL., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900. STO. 13. American Turf Congress Record SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. ISSUED WEEKLY. The Record is the Official Organ of the American Turf Congress. Published for the Congress by Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 124-126 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Editor, F. H. Brunell. CHICAGO, ILL., MARCH 31, 1900. THE AMERICAN TURE CONGRESS. Pebsidknt— W. F. Schulte, Louisville, Ky. Viob-Pbesident— James Howard, Chicago, 111. Treasurer— O. L. Bbadley, Lexington, Ky. Secretary — E. C. Hoppeb, 513 Madison Avenue, Covington, Ky. Assistant Secretary— John Dillon, 513 Madison Avenue, Covington, Ky. AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS MEMBERS. Kentucky Association, of Lexington, Ky. New Louisville Jockey Club, of Louisville, Ky. Latonia Jockey Club, of Covington, Ky. St. Louis Jockey Club, of St. Louis, Mo. Tennessee Breeders Association, of Nashville, Tenn. New Memphis Jockey Club, of Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas Jockey Club, of Little Rock, Ark. Cincinnati Live Stock and Driving Park Co., of Cincinnati, O. New Louisiana Jockey Club, of New Orleans, La. Pacific Coast Jockey Club, of San Francisco, Cal. Queen City Jockey Club, of Newport, Ky. Washington Park Club, of Chicago, 111. Highland Park Club, of Detroit, Mich. Harlem Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Chicago Jockey Club, of Chicago, 111. Western Turf Association, of ban Francisco, Cal. Committee on Appeals. E F. Clay, Paris, Ky. Geobge G. Perkins, Covington, Ky. Geobge J. Long, Louisville, Ky. Committee on Licenses. Jos. A. Mubphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. W r Hrtl f lILB 1 nvl njrtnn. Kv. Charles F. Price, Louisville, Ky. Committee on Rules. Jos. A. Murphy, St. Louis Fair Association, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Tarlton, Frankfort, Ky. K. C. Hopper, Covington, Ky. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB. President— Charles D. Ha mill. First Vice-President— Samuel W. Allebioi. Second Vice-President— Heney J. Maofae LAND. _ _ _ Third Vioe-Pbesiden r— George E. P. Dodge. Foueth Vice-Peesident— D. Mark Cummings. Treasurer— John R. Walsh. Secretary— James Howard, 61st and South Park Avenue. Racing Stewards— D. Mark Cummings, Gus-tavus A. Schwartz, Frank S. Gorton, John Dupee, Charles J. Barnes. Executive Committee— Charles D. Hamill, Samuel W. Allerton, Henry J. Macfarland, George E. P. Dodge, D. Mark Cummings John R. Walsh, John Dupee, Frank b. Gorton, Robert \V. Rolosou, Albert S. Gage. Gus tavus A. Schwartz, Lawrence A. Young, J. Henry Norton. The hrst six are ex-othcii members KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION. Pbesident— Col. M. M. Young. Secretary— C. F.MoMeeein. Lexington, Ky, HAULEH JOCKEY CLUB. Presiding Judge— Col. A. W. Hamilton. Starter— Richard Dwyee. SECRETARY -M.N ATii ANSON. Room 1. 130 Adams Street, Chicago, 111, TENNESSEE BBEEDEUM ASSOCIATION. President — George Campbell Brown. Secretary and Treasurer— J. W. Russwurm. Nashville, Tenn. Executive Committee— A. H. Robinson, chairman ; May Overton, Andrew Marshall, NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. President— S. R. Montgomery. First Vice-President— F. G. Jones. Second Vice-President— Napoleon Hill. Third Vice-Peesident— R. B. Snowden. Fourth Vice-President— O. H. P. Piper. Treasurer— John M. Peters. Secretary— M. N. Macfarlan. Room No. 2, Cotton Exchange Building, Executive Committee— 8. T. Carnes, George Arnold, C. C. Cowan, Dr. Kennedy Jones S. R. Montgomery, ex-ofheio. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB Pbesident— George M. Hendbie. Vioe-Pbesident— John W. Pbioe. Treasurer— Geo roe M. Hendrie. Secretary— Walteb O. Pabmeb. Detroit, Mich Executive Committee — George M. Hendrie John W. Price, Walter O. Parmer. O.UEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. (Wilders, Newport, Ky.) Pbesident— R. W. Nelson. Vice-President and General Manages— F, F. Fowler. Treasurer— Frank P Helm. Secbetaby— Shebidan Clark. Asbistant Secbetaby— Rogeb Sullivan. York and Southgate Streets, Newport, Ky NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. President— W. F. Schulte. Vice-Peesident— W. E. Applegatb. Tbeasubee— Charles Bollingeb. Secbetaby— Chables F. Pbioe. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Ky PACIFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB. Pbesident— 8. N. Andbous. Vioe-Pbesident— Heney J. Ceockeb Secbetaby— F. H. Green. Palace Hotel, Parlor A, San Francisco, Cal WESTERN TURF ASSOCIATION. President— W. J. Martin. Vioe-Pbesident — Chas. F. Gabdneb. Secbetaby— F. H. Green, Parlor A, Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. President— Robert Aull. First Vice-President— August B. Ewing. Second Vice-President— Charles Clare. Third Vice-Peesident— James Campbell. secretary— Joseph A. Murphy. Tbeasubee— W. M. Lockwood. Board of Directobs— L. M. Rumsey, Robert Aull, J. M. Sellers, Charles Green, Bulla Wells, William Nolker, D. R. Francis, James Campbell, C. C. Mathtt, C. H. Turner, A. B. Ewing and Charles Clark. Fair Grounds, St. Louis, Mo LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB. President— John C. Sherlock. Secret abx—Edwabd C. Hopper, 235 Court Avenue, Covington, Ky. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB. President— Richard Fitzgerald. Presiding Judge— James H. Rees. Starter— Richard Dwyeb. Secbetaby— Habry Kuhl. Room 403 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111, ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB. President— 8. M. Apperson. Secbetaby— Joseph E. Martin. Little Bock, Ark, DECLARATIONS DUE. April 1, 1900. The Latonia Derby $30 Tne Hiniyar Stakes 20 The Latonia Oaks 20 RACING DATES OF 1900. Tanforan Park, Cal March 12— 24 Little Bock, Ark March 2b— 31 Memphis, Tenn April 5—27 Tanioran Park, Cal April 9— 21 Nashville, Tenn . ..April 28— May Newport, Ky April 2S— May ly Louisville, h.y May 3—19 St. Louis, Mo ..May 12- Aug. 24 Newport, Ky May 21 2b Latonia, Ky . . . -May 28— J une 1 Newport, h,y June 4—9 Latonia, Ky June 11— lb Highland Park, Mich June 14—21 Newport, Ky , June 18— 20 Latonia, Ky June 21—23 Washington Park, Chicago. .June 23— July 21 Newport, Ky J une 25—27 Latonia, Ky June 28— iO Newport, Ky July 2— 4 Highland Park, Mich August 16— 29 THE "RULED OFF" LIST. LATONIA jockey olub. William Brannon, for connection with Polk Badget ringing case. pacific ooast jockey club. T. H. Cook, owner. J. H. Peters, H. Mc-Mahon, John Welch, J. Burns, B. Sheppard, A. Stanford, steeplechase jockeys. J. Burns, B. Sheppard, A. Stanford and John Coyle, jockeys, ruled off. R. Cairns, J. Wilkins and Doc Tuberville, jockeys, indefinitely suspended. H. Cooper, owner; A. Nick ells and F. E. Mul-holland, trainers, expelled. LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB. W. Gallagher, owner, and horse Patroon, b. c, 4, by Patron— Madie. DETROIT JOCKEY CLUB. J. M. Cooper, alias "Bozeman." HABLEM JOCKEY CLUB Sept. 30, 1898— J. Horton, John Kinney, jockeys, ruled off. July 5, 1899— W. H. Suearly, trainer, suspended and recommended that license committee revoke license. HAWTHOBNB (CHICAGO BACING ASSOCIATION.) 1892 —J. Mara, Snider and S. Bell, jockeys, ruled off. 1893— W. Feeney, L. Daly, A. Gregg, W. Hig-gins, jockeys, ruled off. J. B. Fox, J. Mode-land, J. M. Ryan, F E. De Roo, J. B. Gregg and J. G. Gain, owners, ruled off. 1898— R. F. Myers, owner and trainer, ruled off. Allen Nixon and A. Johnson, jockeys, ruled off. 1893— J. Ransom, B. White, W. Harris, jockeys, suspended. 1898 — J. McDonald, jockey, suspended. THE MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB. W. Hogan, steeplechase jockey, indefinitely suspended; J. Street, jockey, and R. Doty, foreman, ruled off. CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB. M. Coughlin, owner and trainer, ruled off. C. A. Richcreek, trainer, indefinitely suspended. Baldur, ch. g, by Punster— Coots, ruled off. U.UEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB. H. D.Brown, Ted Welker, George Keating and Charles Keating ruled off. LAKESIDE JOCKEY CLUB. Jockey William Bloss ruled off for fraudulent riding. CBESCENT CITY JOCKEY CLUB. C. Combs, jockey, suspended indefinitely from all privileges. E. James, jockey, suspended indefinitely, foi foul riding. R. Troxler, jockey, ruled off. J. Troxler, agent, suspended from all privileges indefinitely. M. Dunn, jockey, suspended indefinitely. ST. LOUIS FAIR ASSOCIATION. 1897 — C. Johnson, jockey, Dick Young, Bradford Blevins, Jerry Downing, trainer, ruled off. Dr. C,8. Herbert (alias) J. C. Davis and O. A. Arthur, trainer, and H. L. Was6on, agent, account, Little 1 Am ringing case. 1898 — The following jockeys were indefinite!) suspended: A.Warren, C.Clay, Tip Leigh. J. Snell, O. L. Elliott and Archie Mclntyre. the latter suspended for all but his employer, W. P. Magrane. 1899— T. B. Watts, owner and trainer. W. L. Cassidy, ruled off. Charles Houck, jockey, ruled off. F. H. Hazenfeld, owner, and horses Alibi, b. g, 8, by Miser— Acquital; Biscayne, b. h, 6, by Glenelg— Delphine ; Catskill, b. c, 4, by Gienelg — Delphine ; Colonel Barrett, b. g, 6, by Rossing-ton— Betty Waddell ; Lazzara, ch. g, 6, by Sc-branje — Kaskaskia; Merry NeU, br. m, b, by Darebin— La Favorita ; Uncle Eli, ch. h, 5, by Aintree— Quick ; Whiskers, br. g, b, by Duko of Montrose— The Tigress. This is the Little I Am case. Thomas Berry, owner, and horse Clay Poynter G. Holden, jockey, indefinitely suspended and license revoked. Covington, Ky., January 24. 1900. The following are rulings by the Crescent City Jockey Club : J. Dyment, trainer, suspended indefinitely from ail privileges. Fred Perkins, b. c, 4, by Perkins— Our Freddie, suspended indefinitely. Entries of other horses in this stable regardless of ownership are suspended for remainder of meeting. Covington, Ky., March 22, 1899. The Crescent City Jockey Club has notified me of the ruling off of jockey W. Stewart for purposely riding to lose on the horse Soiden-bach 5 ana other horses at the meetiug. E. C. Hopper, secretary. REGISTERED RACING COLORS. Covington. Ky., December 29, 1899. The following named persons have registered colors for the year 1900: A. Alexander, T, B., Gold, blue cap. Arthur, James, Green, white sash, green and white cap. Abadie, Mrs. M., black, red letter "A." on back, Anderson, M. D., Black, pink hoop and cap. U. Batcheler, H. T., Blue, white cap. Bertonniere, E. & Co., Black, orange sash, green cap. Bellow, L. V., Blue, letter "O" on back, yellow sleeves and cap. Benson, L. W., Green, red cap. Burdeau, C. K., Old gold, white cap. Barrett, Thomas E., Green, white and old gold stripes. Barrick, W. M., Orange, black sash. Baker & Gentry, Old gold, black sleeves, gold hoops and white cap. Bender, 8. S., Light blue, red sash. Browning, Paul, Cerise. bennett, tieorge (J., (ireen and white diamonds Burrows, Ed.. Yale blue, yellow cap. Bronaugh, R. H. & Co., Black, orange belt, yoke ana cap. Brown & Boles, Blue, red, white and blue sleeves, white and yellow sash across shoulders, red cap. Buschmeyer, C. F., Cuban red, white sleeves and cap. Brown, J. E., Green, red sleeves, orange cap. Burns, M., Blue, redsleeves, white sash and cap. Bush, T. J., Cherry and orange stripes, cherry cap. Brown E. C. & Co., Red and black hoops, pink cap. Badinelli & Morse, Red, green sleeves, white cap. Barnes, W. 8. & Co., Blue, white sash and cap. Bagley, N. R., Red, orange hoops, orange cap. Bowen. M. & Son, White, red sash, green sleeves and cap. Bolich, R. G., Purple, orange sleeves and cap, American flag on back. Brown, A. & Co., Black, red sleeves, white cap. Blanchard, E. & M ., Pea green, pink cap. Billings, W. H., Orange, blue cap. Brenock, John. Green, red, white and blue sash Babcock & Elliott, Black, white sash. Bell, Mrs. E., Blue, redsleeves, blue cuffs, red collar, blue and red cap. Brannon, Mrs. J. B.. Lavender, white Bash, pink sleeves and cap. Bunbury, B. C., Black, blue yoke. Brannon, John B., Turquois blue, canary sleeves and cap. C. Carroll, J., Red, blue sash, white cap. Cotton, W. E., Scarlet, green sleeves and cap. CahiB, W., Blue, red sleeves, blue bars on sleeves, red cap. Clayton, J. D., Orange, white cap. Crawford, J. R„ Red and blue halves, green, cap. Crosby, B. B., Purple, green sleeves and cap. Carrano, M. F. & Co., Red, green sleeves and cap. Congdon, R. & Son, Black, old gold yoke and cuffs, black and old gold cap with old gold tassel. Civill, P. M., Blue, old gold sleeves, white cap. Charles, 8. J., Green, yellow sash, black and white cap. Clark, A. C, Cherry, Orange sash and cap. Curry, Gil, Purple, green cap. Calvert, T. G.. Violet, green sash, cuffs and cap. Call, John, White, black sleeves. Coriigan, Ed, Green, white sash. Can troll, J. M., Yale blue, orange ball on back, red cap. Conuers, W. J., Green, red letter "C" on back, red and green cap. Cabirac, A. B., Black, blue sash. Cherrington & Co., Blue, orange sleeves and cap D. Dunne, P., Green, white cap. Duffy & Behan. Red. white and green. Davis, J. & O, Black, red sleeves, red and black cap. Deakin & O'Hern, Green, yellow sash, white cap. De Verne, D., Green, white sash, red cap. Desha, Hume, Turquoise blue. De Witt, C, Blue, white polka dote. DeNeffe, R. W„ Black, orange sash, black c*p. Doyd, E., Green, white hoops, green and white cap. Dyment, N., Green, orange sleeves and cap. Daly W. C, Red, green cap. *^.*i*oo»v, »., x.v?it, jonu , uap. Dwyer, J. W., Purple, old gold sash, green cap. Donovan. R. W., Peacock blue. DeArman, John, Black, yellow hoops, and sleeves, yellow and black cap. Davis, C. C, Green, white polka dots. Doyle, John D., Green, black cap. Dunn, c. H., Red, white stripes, blue yoke, orange cap. E. English. R. W., Canary, cherry cap. Everhart, Jack, Black, white sleeves, red cap. F. Fuqua, W. M., Blue, 'etter "O"' on back, yellow sleeves, red cap. Frisbie & Co., Cherry, green sleeves and cap, cherry bars on sleeves. Frost, Mrs. M. E., Old gold, black sash, red cap. Fant, E. V.. Pink, blue sash. Forsythe, C. L., Black, white stripes, white cap. Forsythe, Robert, White, purple dots. Farrell, J. D. & Co., Black and white diamonds, red, white and blue cap. Fleming, J. & Co., Blue, red crescent and white star on back, black cap. Foster & Brumfield. Garnet. Fessenden, W. C, Brown, white sash and cap. Fizer & Co., Red, blue sleeves, white cap. Fredman & He6s, Plum, blue sleeves and cap, Page  DAILY RACING FORI AND !HE AMiKiCM !0KF C0R6RESS RBCOBD. ISSUED EVERY DAY. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN TURF CONGRESS. DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. A daily reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph Editor and Proprietor, F. H. Bkcnell. 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A. trial will convince you that what we say is RELIABLE Ready at 9 a.m. $1.00 Oally. $4.00 Weekly. R7XCE TRACK INrORHTXTION BUREAU SI 1 IT E 500, 963 DKAKBOHN ST. Tel Harrlwon 1BKO OHTflAftO. IIX. BOOKMAKERS, TRAINERS, BETTORS. You cannot afford to do without the Universal Handicap. Giv.-s you a line 01 pricej, showB condition of track, enables you to get closer to their running form than any other known method. 80 simp e a child can master it in a short time. Send postal for description to S. ALLAN & CO., Publishers, Suite 318 Lincoln Tra»t Bid., *t Lonls, Mo. -cA- JlN JLs icapkeks and * TURF ADVISERS 40 per csnt. of the s4s»en guaranteed or no chart's f.ir services. IKBMS:$I.OU Per Day or *5 OO Per Week Room 513, 225 Dearborn St., Chicago. Th :\1 .3 ml..-, .business. Winners, Winners. Winners. !?«« Y °il^Y ?B T11 reduc9 oar Handicap to 91.00. This handicap sheet coataina nnr CWO SPECIALS (maraed) and includes one Jrng shot as good as 15 to I. We m ike this, reduction for TODAY ONLY to prove to all doubting persons that our handicap and selections at $2.00 (other days) are worth tbe pricV asked. Send for circular free. The Turf Information Association 'Suite 303, 185 Dearborn Street, Chicatu. OUR HORSES IN ENGLAND. (Continued from 1st Page.) jockeys. Few of us thought in the summer of 1895 that a very few years would witness simply tremendous triumphB for our horses on English soil, but it is hardly too much to Bay that the array of American thoroughbreds now in training in England would among themselves furnish the nucleus for almost a season's sport. MOVES AT BENNINGS. Training reports from Bannings for Wednesday, say that under bright sunshine and a heavy wind the track dried on; considerably over night and almost everything that was anywhere near a race was sent along, Ihs two-year-olds attracted the most attention. James McLaughlin worked a bay c It by Exile a half in 52i seconds. He had about ninety pounds up. This is the fastest move yet sbowu by any cf the youngsters up to date. The Copper, a bay colt in S. W. Street's string was sent a half with about 130 up in : 5 2 1 . Charsntus, looking probably better than at any time in his career, moved with all the dash and freedom of a frisky two-year-old. This horse has wintered well and Trainer McLaughlin was complimented by everyone on his con dition. He is vary forward, as his move of three-quarter* iu 1:17} indicates. He covered the last half of this work in :52J. Speedmast was sent a mile. She went the first half in :51, but was eased up the remainder of the route. She looks big, and will need a few more stiff works to make her stick. Bean Ideal, one of the cracks of the Canadian circuit, has wintered here. His owner, £. H. Hanna, Beys he was never hatter tnan he is this spring. He worked three-quarters this morning in 1:19. Marylander and Gleugar, of the Jennings string, went the same distance in 1 :22. The Daly three-year-old. Magic Light, has picked up and taken on flssh since his arrival from New Orleans. He looks good and reeled off six furlongs in 1 :23. R. Bradley, who has the strongest string in point of numbers, had all of his twenty-one out. Boney Boy looks grand. He has filled out and grown strong since last year. Bradley claims that he is a better horse than Traverser, maybe not quite so speedy, but much gamer than the son of Rossiagton was. Boney Boy is in the Benuings Spring Handicap, run on the opening day, and Bradley is endeavoring to secure jockey Bullman to ride him. The pick of Bradley's two-year-olds appear to be Light Ball, a bay colt by Blitzsn, and a bay filly by Aloha II.— Lady Greenway. NOTES OF THE TURF. Sallie Woodford's first foal is now a handsome two-year-old filly. She is by Dr. Has-brouck and showed great speed in her yearling trials. Sallie Woodford, is the royally bred mare that attracted bo much attention as a two-year-old, on account of the fact that Bhe was MisB Woodford's foal by Salvator . Great things were expected of Sallie but Bhe provad to ba a disappointment as a racing tool. During her racing career Bhe won a few selling races, and eventually fell into the bands of Mr. J. D. Lucas, who liked her breeding. Sallie's mother Miss Woodford, will be remembered as the greatest race mare of her day, while her sire, Salvator, had no equal as a race-horse in his day. Frank Dupoister, the old-time California trainer, ia dead. He came here in 1815, and had been identified with the turf for over two score years. He used to take care of old Norfolk when Dick Havey was riding that horse in the early sixties, and was also identified with old Williamson, who owned Belmont, Owen Dale, Langford and other stars of pioneer days. Dupoister was in harness until within a few days of his death, and was training Silver Bullion for Theodore Winters.— San Francisco Chronicle. A Nashville letter says that the old Belvidere gelding Dumbarton has evidently renewed his lease on life, Ed Moore bought him from William Hendrie in 1899, and he has been at Cumberland Park since last October. He is acting like a new horse and is sure to prove use'.ul. He has run and won some fast races in his tim?, and apparently he ha» «U hi» former speed. Old Looram is as frisky as a yearling calf, while the two f ur-y.-^r-old matwl Oms Bruoks and Lizzie Kelly look like ready money. G. B. Havill and V. Hughes, both of whom live in Chicago, have taken stable room at Washington Park and will train there for the spring races. There are fourteen horses in the two strings. Among those Havill has ready to train are Algareta, Queen Sane, Cora Havill and some promising two-year-olds, fhey are 1 all extensively entered in Chic ago stakes. Hughes has Jim McCleevy, Astor and Eight i Balls. The horses were campaigned at New Orleans.— Times-Herald. It is rumored that jockey W. Shaw, G. E. Smith's new rider, will have soma difficulty in obtaining a license from the Jockey Club . He got himself into trouble at New Orleans , and, while the stewards did not rule him off, it is understood that they had obtained some dam aging evidence of a connection with a prominent plunger that will nesd a lot of explaining on Shaw'e part bsfore he is pat in good standing. Stables belonging to ths following owners took up quarters at the St. Louis Fair Grounds Thursday: W. C. Fassenden, 6; F. Albert, 2; R. Paxton, 2; John Peters, 3; Robsrt Marks, 1; J. Hatch."'!, 3; A. Yarnell.2: Joe Strode, 4; J. Gilmer, 2; J, J. Whiteside, 4; "Hank" Combs, 3: A. Walker, 1. The work of putting the big course in shape for the summsr season of racing is now in full blast. May & Son's Ed Tipton worked a mils handily at Memphis, Wednesday, in 1:44, This horse is reported to have grown, spread and put on muscle wonderfully since his retirement last year. With but 105 pounds to carry, time is no horse in the Montgomery Handicap more likely to land first when the race ia decided next Thursday. Thompson Bros.' good three year-old eolt Eolim pulled up lame recently, and the chances are that he will spend a long time in idleness. His owners had figured on starting him ia the Tarf Congress Stakes at Nashville with his stable companion, Sidney Lucas. OAKLAND FORM. Oakland, Cal„ March 30.— The form of Saturday's Oakland fields is: First Race— My Gypsy, Prastome, Sorrow. Second Race — Sofala, Combarmerie, Moon-brigit. Third Race— Headwater, Sly, Formero. Fourth R^ce— Forte. Wellpr, Twinkler. Fifth Race — Dr. Bsrnays, Flamora, Malay. Sixth Race— Uarda, Merry Boy, Mary Kin-sella. OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather clear ; track fast. Flret Race-1 Mile. 3 -year-olds and upward. Belling. Ind. Horses. Age Wgt. Hdcp. 17119 Periwig 6....121 650 17l303Los Prietos 5. ...116 685 17 1372Dr. Marks 5.. ..115 655 17162 MamieG 7. ...114 680 17130 Ace 8. ...113 675 17l522PoorlandB 4. ...112 660 171323Sorrow 5. ...Ill 690 17051 Be Happy 5. ...Ill 665 171523Croker 4. ...109 670 170973 Prastome 3.... 101 695 17136 Formatus 3.... 98 685 17154 My Gypsy 3.... 93 700 Second Race— 4 1-3 Furlongs. 2-year-olds, AUnvtmees Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdep. (16962)Sofala 120 750 (17131) Laura Marie 115 710 17107 Moonbright 115 720 (l7l53)Screenwell Lake 110 705 17120^Combermerie 110 725 171352Inapromptu 108 715 17153 Montana Chieftain 108 690 Princess Titania, br. f. by Masetto— Quean Titania. ..105 17135 Rasp 105 685 17131 Too Hot 105 700 17035 Ada Fox 100 695 Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Selling, tasl Horses. Age. Wgt. Hdev. 17156 Cormorant 4. ...115 710 17071 Sly 6.. ..113 720 1H669 Midlove 4.. ..110 715 17062 Espirando 5. ...110 700 16964 Kormero. 4. ...110 ......715 (17076)Clonsilla 5.. ..108 710 17122 Stroagoli 4. ...107 705 15361 Sidelong 4. ...107 690 16S92 Headwater 4.. ..107 725 17140 Tnthill 3. ...104 695 17139 Louis I McWhirter.... 3.... 99 700 171082 Mountebank 3.... 96 705 Fourth Race— 4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Thornton Stakes. Value $3,000. 17U12Twinkler 5. ...112 715 171382Potente 5 112 710 (17lll)Forte 5 112 725 (l70«7)Weller 4....109 7i0 17087 Or-Mbee 4 ...106 ^0"; 16990 Ledeaa 4. ...104 700 Fifth Race— 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Free Handicap. 171332M.ilby 4....101 715 171392 FHmora 3.... 96 720 M33l*Dr. B.irnays 5.... 9i 723 17140 Gauntlet 4.... 85 710 17159 Don Luis 5.... 85 705 Sixth Race— 1 1-16 Miles. t-year-oias saa upward, -v.ang, 17157 Storm King 6....112 705 17140 Cistake 5....109 705 17123 Horton 4.. ..108 715 17123 Perseus 7.. ..107 710 l71403Snips 5.. ..107 705 |l71342Merry Bey 6....107 720 l/iao' nawtnu *....iuo ...... iuu 17157 Csrda 5.. ..102 725 17183 Coda 7. ...100 710 17187 Mary Kinsella 5. ...10) 715 16196 Defiance 4.... 98 690 17137 Petal 4... 96 700 LITTLE ROCK FORM. Little Rock, Ark., March 30.— The form of Saturday's Little Rock fields is : First Race— Ophelia Bugg, Onoto, Thisbe. Second Race— Sir Blszj, The Light, Her Favor Third Race— Racebud, Ben Frost. By Gsorge. Fourth Race— High Jinks. Ctnese3traw, Laureate. Fifth Race— Free Hand, Acushla, Gsorge H. Ketcham. Sixth Race— Ramiro II„ Elkin, Henry Launt. LITTLE ROCK ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather clear ; track fast First Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward, Selling. tad Horses Age Wt. Hdep, 17165*Borden 5.. ..110 675 17148 Barilla 3.. ..104 665 17l652R=lleof E-ia 5. ..100 700 17142 Alic* Coffitt 4.... 97 675 17167 Thisba 3.... 97 710 17148 Onoto 3 ... 91 715 17115 Ophelia Bngg 3.... 8J 725 Second Race— 5 1-9 Furlongs, 4-year-olds and upward. Selling (14*T8)The Light 4. ...105 720 17U? Ella Penzance 7....105 705 (17l66)H»r Favor 5.. ..105 715 17168iSir Blaze 4. ...102 725 17166 OaDtain Lamar 9. ...102 685 11410 Cousin Lettie 4.. ..101 650 (17165)Eva Wilson 4... 97 715- Third Race— 7-8 Mite. 3-year-olds and upward Selling. (17143)Damo5les 7.. ..120 675 171-58 Menu 4.... 117 .625 17164 Upworth 5. ...103 103 600 liles u mnnwealth Attorney. 5.. 101 640 17167 B«n F'ost 5.. 100 710 171642Abusive 4.. . 97 650 17168 Co onel Cassidy 4.. 97 700 17 187» By George 4.. 97 705 17166 Racebud 4.. . 95 725 171512Schoell laufer 3 . 89 665 Fourth Race— 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Tennessee Brewing Stakes. Valae $500. (17115) Laureate 8 105 725 14672 High Jinks 5. ...104 7E0 17021 Leando 4. ...100 700 (17148) Cheesestraw 3 87 ...!.. 740 Fifth Race— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward SaJIInc, (17127)Dutch Comedian 5. ...120 675 171012 Tom Collins 5. ...Ill 680 17166 La Mascots 7 100 710 17168 George H Ketcham.... 6. ...100 710 17164 Gracia Quive 5 100 600 17126 Kirk 7.... 97 675 17167 Acushla 4.... 97 .. 715 (17l67)Myitle Van 6.... 95 '.695 171502 Free Hand 4.... 62 725 171482Insurrection 3 86 685 S'xth Race— 1 1-16 MlUs 3 year-ilde and upward Belling, 17168 Elkin 6.. ..108 720 171442 Drambure 3. ...103 705 17145 KamiroII 7.. ..100 725 17151 Henry Launt 6.. ..100 720 17017 Engano 3 ... 99 690 171452 School Girl 5- ## 99 700 17165 Bonnielone 5 99 .. 675 17151 Belle Ward 5.... 95 715 Page  Faught, T. P., Red, yellow sleeves, aash and cap. Freidman & Co., Blue, yeliow sleeves. Forsythe, J. V7„ Blue, v, lute sash and cuffs. brown cap. e. Geriig. F., Canary, black yoke, black cap. Grin.sley & Miller, Yale blue, red sleeves and cap. Goman & Neal. Black, old gold stripes, crimson sash and cap. Gabriel, William & Co.. Blue, old gold stars, blue and old gold cap. Gwyun & Co., Purple, old ,:old sleeves, blue cap. Grift u, H. T., Red, blue ss -h and cap. Grifl5n, W. B., Scarlet, bluo sash. Gerlike, A. L., Purple, vhite sash, old gold sleeves and cap. Glasscock, Ira, Green, bluo cap. Gardner A; Sibley, Red, yellow bars on shoulders, yellow cap. Graves, £. T., No. 1., Blue, orange stripes, green aad orange cap. Graves, E. T., No. 2., Che -ry, white cuffs and c jllar , white and chert y cap. Goldblatt, Mrs. M., Golden brown, red sleeves, cream sash and cap. Gam ou & Crain, Turquoise blue, black cuffs aad collar, black and blue cap. Gibson, Duncan. Pink, black cap. Gibson. Mrs. A., Pink, green sash. Grefor, J. & F., Purple, w.iite sash and cuffs, purple and white cap. Gray, J. B., Royal purple, white sash and cap. Grin.u. John, Pink, blue Loop, blue cap. Geocing, A. P., Cherry, double white sash, c*erry and white cap. H. Hiner, D. & R., White and black sash and cuffs, black and white cap. Hopper, E. C, Orange and green stripes. Hug les, M. S., Bottle green, white sash and cap. Hammond. F. C, Black, yellow yoke and cap, black sleeves. Hirtti, J. P., White, blue sash, red cap. Hoffman. Wood. White, A nerican flag on back. Hume, P. H., White, violet stripes. Hennessy, B. M., Red, white and green hoops, green sleeves and cap. Hume, B. T., Purple, old gold collar, cuffs and cap. Herron, J. K.. Black and white halves, red cap. Heffron. P. H. & Co., Yellow, red sash. Hogan s Muldoon, Black, lemon sleeves. Havill, G. B., Black and magenta halves, black hoops and bars, black and magenta cap. Hayes, W. M., White, blue sleeves, red shoulder braces, red cap. Henry. Mrs. C, Navy blue, white, horseshoe on baok, white cap. Hickey Brothers, Red, yellow sleeves. Hoffman, B., Parple, yellow sash, white cap. Haas, L. J., Green, orange sash, cuffs, collar and cap. Holtgrewe, F. W., Baby blue, yellow sash and cap. Hendrie, George, Tartan, yellow sleeves and cap. Harlan, S. P., Blue, white sleeves, red cap. Hiner, R. J., Orange, yale blue cap, orange tassel. Bayer J. , Peacock blue, red cap. Howell, J. W., Red, orango sleeves, black cap. Hickey, J. F., Green, red sleeves, maroon cap. I. Irons, D. A., Royal purple, white sash, red cap. Irion, S. M., Dark blue, golden brown cap. Imbau, W. T., Green, white stripes, green cap. Joplin & Grundy, Red, black cap. Jordan, W. J., Red and white stripes, white sleeves, red and white cap. Jackson, W. H., Jr., Yale blue, white stripes, white sleeves, blue cuffs and collar, blue and white cap. Jurisich, Joseph, Red, white sash, blue cap. Johnson, C. A., Orange, red cap. Johnson. J. A., Blue, yellow sleeves and cap. Jones, A. & Co., White, blue sleeves, red cap. Mm Keene, J. O., Burnt orange, black sash, cuffs and cap. Kelly, D. W., Old gold, black sash, old gold cap. Kane, William, Red, wh te sleeves, blue and white cap. Kahn. M., Green, pink sash and cap. Knenker, George, Red, white stripes, blue cap. Kelly, P. T., Green, old gold cap. Knhl, Chas. I., Green, waits shoulder straps, harp on back. Kennedy, John, Blue, whi ,e stripes, red cap. Kinney, D., Green, white belt, black cap. Kirwan, W. A., Cherry, blf.ck bars on sleeves, black and cherry cap. Kinder, £. B., Purple, lav 3nder sash and cap. Kiley, T., Black, white sleeves and cap, black bars on sleeves. L. Leonard & Morgan, Canai y , double green sash, green cap. Leroy, H. S., White, blue "L" on back. Lyle & Cooper, Sky blue, white sash and cap. Leach, George & Co., Orange, black yoke and MB, Logan, Milan O., Black, orange sash, orange bars on sleeves, orange cap. ' Lamasney Brothers, Red, olack sash and cap. Lynch, J. A. & Co., Orange, green sleeves, white cap. Lyles. Mrs. M. C, Lilac, white V's on back, white bars on sleeves, white cap. Lund, George, Old gold, white sleeves, yellow cap. Liger & Dean, Yale blue, cherry cap. Laird, W. H., Red, white stripes, red and blue sleeves. Lambertson, S. N., Cerise, navy blue cap. Leigh, H. £., Canary, black stripes, black sash, canary cap. Lewis & McAllister, Blue, white sash, red cap. Loupe & Machray, Cherry, black crescent on back. H. McCafferty, A. C, Blue, red sleeves, blue and red cap. Mages. T. A., Maroon, gold tassel on cap. McCafferty, J. J., Purple, ?oid shoulder straps. Malay, George & Co., Orange, green cuffs and cap. Miles, Thomas, Orange bl lck cap. Marston. J., Black, green tash and cap. Meyers, H. B. & oo. cherry, white cap. Morris, A. H. & D. H.. Scai let. McNanght, James, Bed, gteen bars on sleeves, green star on back, green cap. May, W. H., White and orange stripes. MaginnLs, A. B., Blue, white star jn back, red cap. Minton. J. B., Green, old gold sasl and sleeves, whi e cap. Murphy, K. J., Old gold. McComiick, J. J. & Co., Green, ye low sash and cap, McDonald, J., Purple, old gold sleeves and cap. McDonidd, Charles, Green, with red stripes, green cap. Malone.r, John, White, purple bra ;es and cap. Miller, VI. D.. Green, pink sash, wJ ite cap. Meyers, Frank J., Purple, gold sas i, white cap. Marsh, 5. M., Black, green sleeves ind cap. Morgan Mrs. H. & Co., Black, oram e polka dots, orai ge cap. McPher jon, J. fc Co., Yale blue, pi k and green cap. McHale.T. J., White, red polka do s, white cap. McLean , C. F., Canary, scarlet cai McConrell, Mace, Purple, green sash, purple and green cap. Morse i Patterson, Black, blue ci ffs, sash and cap. Mitchell, George, Orange, red and ilack cap. McCord, E., Red, green hoops and jap. Moore, .3., Maroon, yellow sleeves. McKeniia, E. C, White, navy blue ;ash. McCarron, Hugh Jr., Red, white c; p. McLear, Charles R., Red, white sash, green sleeves and cap. Marks, 8. W., Blue, old gold cap. Maxwell, A., Orange, black yoke, c iffs and cap. Murphy James, Green. Minton i Edwards. White, blue leeves, blue crescent on back, brown cap. Meyers, Charles, Blue, white ancl or on back, blue cap. McMiili.n, J. D., Blue, white colli r and cuffs, red (tuffs. Mclnerney, W., White, red polkt dots, green cap. Montro , W. & Co., Green, white collar, cuffs and -ap. N. Nepper, Thomas, Silver, blue cap. Newall, Homer M., Royal purple, white chevrons on sleeves, purple cap. Newman, A. H.. Cherry, cherry an i green cap. Novatn;', Joseph, White, red sleev s and cap. Newman & Cockrell, Red, blue bai i on sleeves, yellow cap. O'Brien J. S., Blue and white stri .es, b'ue cap. Newman, J. F., Red, yellow bars o . sleeves, yellow cap. O. Oxnard , H. T., Green, white sleeve i and cap. Organ, .•'. J., White, pink sash, i reen sleeves and cap. Owen, • ames, Blue, red cuffs, b ack and red cap. O'Connt r, D., Blue, gray halves, g een cap. P. Putters' .n, C. T.. Green, red sleeve i, white cap. Plack, Otto, Bed, blue sleeves and :ap. Price, J. H., White, red braces anc cap. Poole, C. W., White, blue sash anc cap. Plecque, A. J., Green, red stripes t nd cap. Phillips:, W. E., Black, red cap. Parish, William, Jr., Red with bit ck stars. Pillott, Louis, Green, letter "P" o:i back, white cap. Payne, . u D., Blue, grey sleeves, w lite cap. Paxton. R. D., Green, wine sleeves Porter, W. A., Cerise, green braces Piatt, Dr. D. A., Blue, white si 'eves, cherry coll: r, cuffs and cap. B. Rossnet Brothers, Black, cardinal .'okeandcap. Reagan Frank, Maroon, blue sasb and cap. Riddle, Li. C, Blue, gold shoulde straps and cap. Robinsc a, H., Purple and white h .Ives, purple and .vl ute cap. Roche, Aiiliam J., Pink, blue bai -, red cap. Ross, 1 . L., Royal purple, oran ;e yoke and cuff. , royal purple and orange ;ap. Rodger* , Mose, Orange, black hooj is on sleeves, whit e cap. Rodega.), John, Orange. Rember ; & Horner, Red, green boo s, white cap. Rosenbt um & Co., Lavender, blac c stripes on slee-es, black sashes and cap. Rold Bros., Cerise, green cuffs and cap. Rea, J. }., Black, lilac sash, red ct p. Rowe & Clarkson, White, red sas, i, green cap. Rodgers, D. P. & Co., Blue, on n^e sleeves, black hoops, orange cap with tassel. Rumrill, C. C, Black, white cap. Ryan, T. H., Red, white sash, greet cap. S. Shorthore, F. E., Black, green s. eeves, black cap. Stubbs Brothers, Orange and black halves, orange and black cap. Schorr, J. W. k Son, Orange, back sleeves, white cap. Schorr, John F., Orange: black sle ves. red cap. t Smith, J. H., Old gold, red sleeves ind cap. Smith, W'iBiam D., Purple, yeLLow jap. sellers, b„ lellow. black cap, gold tassels. Smith, Frank, Yellow, blue sash ai d cap. Schulz, 3. C, Gold, red, white anl blue sash, blue cap. Shadley, W. H., Red, blue sash, red and black cap. Stark, Ai., Green, red sash, green t nd red cap. Smith, E F., Cerise, green diamonds, cerise and gree ■ cap. Scoggan. H. J., Stars and stripes, blue cap. Simons, H. & Co., Cerise, yellow yoke, cerise and yellow cap. Strode, J. VV., Navy blue, white cap. Settle & Co., Old gold, silver cap. Schulte, W. F., White. Steven, T. H., Black, old gold sleev 3S and cap. Stringer, W. D., White, blue sleeves and sash, red cap. Stone. Kinzea, Magenta, black cuffs, monogram "S. K." on back. Sayre, W. H., Orange, black sash and cap. Silvers, William, Parrot green, wtiite sleeves. Sellers, T. F., VYLiite, violet sleeves and cap. Sproul, G. O., Scarlet, white sath, scarlet cap with white peak. Shipp, J. Y.; Blue, green cap. Slaughter, E., White, red diamond ;, white cap. South wood, Joseph, Maroon, whitt stripes and cap. T. Tholl & Vestal, Old gold, black sh eves, yellow cap. Tucker, R., Blue, white stripes and cap. Twaddell, H. G., Cherry, red and white cap. Thompson Brothers. Red, white ana blue stripes, white sleeves, blue cap. Tucker, • . C. Orange, blue "T' on back. Tondinsc i. H. S., Red, orange I leeves and sa sh, red a d orange cap. Thoinby, Bros., Turquoiss blu , green tap. V. Urbanski Frank, Red, .vhite eagle on ba :k, white sleeves, black cap. Y. Vol: ni, C Black, blue sa; h, bit ck and bine c p. Vansant . i Childs, White, red s ish. Viley & C »., Old gold, black ca j. Van Stud liford, G., Blue and v hite polka do ;s. Vatur & I atterson, Black gree cap. Vinoe & \ eir, White, red and I iue sash. W. Wiliams C. H., Navy bite, wb te sash. Waldo, D, Blue, white sash, blue aid wh te ap. Wac liter, E. G., Red and white stripes, red c. p. Whitesid , J. J.. Red, b ack i leeves, old g Id horse: hoe on back, groen ca p. Weston, i . G., Red, old gold sle sves an«. cap. Walt ring e Yeager, Whito, ceri e stripes, h. ae i ash i id cap. Wocdard & Anderson, Cherry blue hoops n i leevie .blue cap. WiDiams L. S., White, red n altese cross to back, ed cap. Walsh, J. Blue, old gold bars cu sleeves, wh te t ap. Westerfie d, R. M., Black, yello v stars. Wocdforc & Buckner, Pink, bl .ck sleeves aid tap. Wacdeil !ros.. Cherry, blick si sh, whi e cap Wood, W E., White, greea cap Wallace, »V. H., Red, wliite diamonds, wh te cap. Walden, i :. J., Violet, white sle jves ancl cap. Willis, L. Terra cotta, green ct.p. Wirchein c Co., White, gieen si sh, red cap. Wit lers, ieorge, Red, white sti tpes, blue sat h, vhite ;ap. WiLis, A. Cherry, white letter "W." on back Wat kins, R. E., Green, jiink bars on sleeves, 'fhite jap. Whi -ten, lames, Red, white sa? i, red and wh te :ap. Wei lholo R. E., Purple an ! white boo M, I-zurpL cap. Z. Zue^lke, ?. & Co., White, red and greon sa h, green jap, white tassel. L ST OF LICENSED TF USERS. Covington, K^ ., Feb. £0, 190( . The fo lowing named per? ns have be an granted t ainer licenses for the year 19(0 : A. Arwein, A ., Arthu , James, B. Bradley, . Id., Browi , J. E., Bro augl , B. H., Boyd, James, Bender, I idney, 31ack George Bro- m, L e, Batch Jer, H. C, Bur ows, 3.. Brum ield, W. S., BeUow, t . D., Boyle Charles, Jr., Bea-.h, B. E., Browi , G. H., Btmks, Ti ylor, Blake.y, Andrew G., Bowen, M ichael, Uenso l, L. W. C. Crosby, E . V., 'Cantroll, J. M., Casey, C-Connors, Uole, i. U, V. J., Cady, M., Combs, J H., Conge on, W., Cur-y, Gi , Cockr )lLWest, Conivay, . . W., Coope t, B. C, Charles, 1 . J., Coope •, J. H., Cra en, 1 . H., Carbo lell, Charles, Can , Fel x, Clanc. , C, Coffey, J. Corrij an, P., Covjugto; , George W. Corrigan, E., Crawl nrd, J. R. D. Dirl er, G eorge, 'Daly, If. C, Den3ff, R W., Donol ue, W. J., Dav .s, Ch irles, Danal er, M. T., Deacin, \^.G., Davis Crit, Den lison Dan, Dyer, J. B., Easley, F ed, Earnshaw, J. U., Edwards, H. F., Fau, C. 17., FaugL t, T. P., Frott, HaTy, Forsythe, C. J. Franklin, W. C, Frisbij, F., Fortythe, Robert, Formt n, J. W., Fen is, J. C, Jr., Fitzgerald. Ed., Fessendei , W. C, Fine, V. P., Fleming, lames, Foley, John, Fort, W. i[_ Foster, Fred, Fountain. D. S., G. Goltblatt, M., Griffin W. R., Gibson, E . Jr., Gass, .lames, Gart ty,rM ichael, Gabriel, William, Gunc, Wa. ter, Gwynit, H., Gray, John C. Gehlbach, E. J., Glasscock, Ira, Viiven: , John, B. Ham, W., Heffren, Philip, Hen.y, J. R., Uart, Lb, Hayden, J ohn, Henderson, W. V., Hog in, F , Hught's, V., Han-is, R , liurlev, W., Hennessy R., Hutchinson, W CL Heiter, W.F., Howell, J. W., Hittick, J. E. Hall, N.S., Hanlon, 1). M., Irons, D. A., Janser, G M, Johnson, C. A., Jamis, G. W, Jacob; on, M. \ ., Jackson, il., Jordan, W., Jennings, W. I!. Kelly, J. EL Kane, William Kenuedy, John, Kelly, P. T., Kuntz, M. L., Kelly, D. W., King, Alii 3, Kerr, VV. D., Kiley, T., L. Lamasney, l Loud, R. H., Lewis, Isaac, Lynch J. A., Laird, W. H., Louis, Frank, Laudsberir, E., Lind, C, Maxwell, iV. P., "Miller M. D. Macheca, Joseph R., Marston, John, Mac \e*si i-, J., Miles, Thomas, Moutroy, Viiliam, Moshic r, F. C, Miller, D. B., Malonoy, J., Murray, lhomas, Magee, i'. M., Morgan, II., Milam, J. C, Monoghai , Thomas, McLaughlin, J. (.'., McKinnej, W. F., McDonald, C, McGilvraj , P. F., McKinney, James, McNanght, J., Mcpherson, John, McCafferty, A. C, McCann, James, P., McDonald, J., McDaniels, H., Mahone, C, Miller, George W., Mitchell, George, Murphy, John E. Murry, William, McCafferty, Charles, McKinley, J. W., McMahon, Frank, McHale, T. J., N. Nepper, Thomas, ] Neal, J. T., 0. O'Connor, Walter, Pfeffle. H.. Pierce, C. C, Price, William, Pemberton. W. B. Parrish, William, Powers, John, Poole, G. W., Phillips, W. E., Porterfteld, William, Rome, R., fichardson, Ed., Rector, F., iddle, H. C., Robinson, S., Robinson, H., Robertson, J. W., Regan, R., Rize, John, Rinehart, W. A., Rold, Fred, - Romigh, O. P., Stewart, C. W., 'Smith, J. H. Smith, A. H., Stewart, J. E., Shields, William, Sibley, H. A„ Simons, H., Stevens, T. H., Staley, W. VV., Shadley, W. H., Blattery, Fred., Settle, Thomas, Swarthout, E. C., Smith, E. F., Smith, W. J., Stubbs, E., Schorr, John, Shields, VV., Simons, Albert, Stone, Daniel, Strahl, D. L., Speirs, W. J., Sykes, J. A., Taylor, A., Tucker, R., Tucker, J. C, Tomlinson, P., Thompson, R. S., Tnlly, Luke, Turley, John, Vestal, B. N., W. Walden, R. J., Walker, William, Westerfaeld, K. M., Woods, George, Weston, A. G„ Withers, George. Wachter, E. G„ Woodard, W. T. Jr., Weber, John, Williams, L.S., Wood. VV. E., VV atkins, K. K.. Z. Zimmer, A. E. C. Hopper, Secretary. LIST OF LICENSED JOCKEYS. Covington, Ky., Feb. 20, 1900. The following named persons have been granted jockey licenses for the year 1900 : A Aker, CL Adams, Joseph, Ailmark, M. J., B Boland, James, Boland, Joseph, Brennan, William, Bradford, Joan, Bassinger, irvin, Buchanan, W. B., Bullman, J. J., *Buros, Thomas, Clawson, J. R., Caywood, W., Clay, Peter, Dupee, James, Dean, W., Dominick, E., Eggerson, A., Flint, George, Frost, W., Freeman, J. H., Flick, Robert, \ Grimes, Charles, Gilmore, R. J., Geifers, L., Glover, T. F., I Hothersall, J., Hamilton, A., Hueston, F., Henry, D„ Henry, M., Jones, William, Jackson, Lee, James, E., Jenkins. C. J., Johnson, C. Jones, E., k Kenney, William, Kennedy, Orrin, Knapp, B., Landry, F., Lyne, L., M McGinn, J. J., McJoynt, £., McCann, J., Michaels, M., Midler, John, Mason, R. J., Michael, James, Moody, Ta Mitchell, CL Mooney, VV., Moody, A., Morgan, J. H., Morse, Q. £., Murphy, C, McHugh, T., McKenney, Thomas, Newcom, J. W., Narvaez, R., Odom, George, Porter, V., Patterson, H., Ransom, R., Robinson, R„ Richards, Joseph, Raines, Robert, Ralph, R., Rausch, Jay, Robertson, E., Ross, Edward, Silvers, B., Stevens, Glen, Stewart, William, Slack, J. B., Scherrer, Joseph, Shaw, VV. Spencer, H., Stuart, Henry, Tally, H., Tabor, J., Thompson, L., Trotter, Virges, Vandusen, C, Williams, W., Weber, A., Waldo, Jed, Wilson, H., Wedderstrand. C. Winkfleld, J., Wheeler, Wilham, Wilson, William, Zeno, W. ♦To ride for stable only. E. C. Hoppee, Secretary. LIST OK LICENSES REFUSED. Covington, Ky., Feb. 20, 1900. The following named persons have been refused trainer liceiises for the year 1900: Clayton, J. D., Dyment, J., The following named persons have been refused trainer licenses on account of non-payment of forfeit orders : Lyles, W. W., Maddox, R. E. The following named persons have been refused jockey licenses for the year 1900 : Foucon, E. Harshberger, J. W., E. C. Hori'EK, Secretary, Page  OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND. CAL.. March 30.— Ninety-fifth day. California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. B. Ferguson. Racing start a at 2:15 p. m. Recall flag la used. -| ry-| pro FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. Puree 1300. 3-year-olds. Selling. tort Horses A Wt St % H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L C~ 17118 COROLLA 107 6 21 23 23 in Morgan Burnt&Waterh'sel2 40 12 40 16*02 GU"*TO 112 1 11 12 11 24 Piggott C Lind 3 3 3 3 16753 MAY DINE 107 3 4i 3b 34 3* Powell W F 8chulte 2* 34 24 34 16348 FILLE DOR 97 9 61 7 41 4+ Mounce C P Fink 25 50 25 50 171293TOM SHARKEY 109 4 8 8 7 5« Bozeman D J McCarty 12 12 10 12 17134 MORELIA 105 11 7 64 64 61 Poatel Neil & Co 12 20 10 20 17108 EDGARDO 99 7 9 9 8 71 Logue W & C T Boots 8 10 8 8 16951 SUMMER 104 2 5b 51 5b 82 Ross J H Shields 8 10 8 8 171362FINS SHOT 112 5 31 44 9 93 Henry B Bcbreiber 3* 4i 3 44 17052 MARCH SEVEN 107 10 10 10 10 10 Stuart W C Davis 20 25 20 25 17129 TANOKA 99 8 11 11 11 11 Fanntleroy J Buchanan 25 60 25 60 Time, 245. 50, 1:024,1:154, Winner— Ch. f, by Brutus— Cosetta. Went to post at 2:15. At pott 5 minutes. S'art good. Won in a driva of three. Corolla ran a gam* race and was drivtn hard all thr mgh the homestretch. Gutto would probably have won if hie rider hid b»9u without a whip. The colt quit under it enough to lose. Maydine finished strongly. Ftlle d'Or finished fast. Fine Snot showed speed for three furlongB only. Scratcbed-17129 St. Anthony, 99. Overweights — Summer, 2 pounds. Corolla, place, 12 to 1; ahow, 5 to 1. Guato, place, 6 to 5; show, 7 to 10. Maydine, show, 7 to 10. SECOND RACK— 1 1-16 Miles. Purse $400. 3-year-oldB and upward. 17159 Allowances. Ind HorBes A Wt 8t St H, W X Str Fin JockeyB Owners O fl L ■■ 171373 DON ATOR 5 104 6 6 44 24 22 21 1" Ranch C Mnlholland 6 7 6 7 17121 MORTGAGE 3 91 4 24 24 11 li 1B 21 J Daly B'rl'gameStkFrm 6-5 7-5 6-5 7-5 17100 DOG TO«VN 5 107 1 14 1* 32 31 41 ?2 E Robs Mrs F Crampton 7 8 7 7 17132 EXPEDIENT 3 85 3 51 6 54 44 3b 4* Fanntleroy Smith & Smythe 12 15 12 12 '.70873T. CALVERT 5 111 5 42 51 43 52 63 5* Piggott E MoGibben 8 12 8 12 1'013 DON LUIS 5 104 2 34 31 6 6 6 6 Henry C Spooner 2i 24 2 24 Time, 25, 49., 1 :154, 1 :41i, 1 :48. Winner— Br. h, by Brutus— Mi.s Gift. Went to post at 2:45. At Dost 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second handily. Don-ator oatgamed Mortgage in tbe final furlon* under a gool ride and Mortgage found the journey somewhat too long. Dog Town has improved but appeared somewhat short. Expedient showed , nit a turn of speed to tbe last turn. Don Luis* quit early in the race. Donntor, place, 2 to 1; show, 4 to 5. Mortgage, place, 3 to 5; show, out. Dog Town, show, 3vens. Don Lois, place, 7 to 10; show, ont. -| fTl i*f\ THIRD THIRD HACB-3 HACB-XII 1-2 l'urioaCs. Purse $350. 2-year-olds. Maiden tillies, Uv Allowances. lad HorBea A Wt St M H * 8tr Fin Jockeys Owner? O H L C 17059 CHASTE 111 2 1« 12 E Ross G W Cushing *3 6 17120 CARILEE 111 1 22 22 Ames Purser & Murry 15 20 17131 APHRODI8 115 8 6b 3b Powell Burl'g'meStkF'rm8 8 171353QIRLY DUCAT 111 4 54 4b Macklin F W Ellis 4 6 16937 NELLGOURIE 108 6 4t 5b Buchanan A B Spreckels *3 18935 MRS. BRUNELL 111 3 34 62 Henry B Schreiber 6 17112 ILLUSION 110 12 8 74 Piggott A J Stemler & Co 4 16937 GRACE (UP 108 7 7 8 Stuart G W Scott 30 16670 LOCATION 108 9 9 9 Logue Alameda Stable 12 17131 ADA N. 108 11 10 10 B zcman C L Jones 15 l?05»»PRINCESS LEOTA 111 5 11 11 Morgan S N Holman 6 17120 HOMAGE 108 10 12 12 Mounce Burnt &Waterh'Be30 •Coupled in batting Time, 184, 43;. Winner— B f. by Jim Gore— British Blue Blood. Went to post at 3 :i 5. At post 4 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second the same. Chaste got off well and R ea took no chances, but hustled her all the way down the homestretch. Cari-lee net with no mischances and has improved considerably. Apbrodis was out off at the start and ran a good race. Girly Ducat closed strongly. Nellgourie showed improvement, Mrs. Brunell tired after showing a bunt of speed. Illusion got off badly and closed fast. Overweights— Illusion, 2 pounds. Chaste, place, 2 to 1 ; show, 6 to 5. Carilee, place, 7 to 1 ; show, 3 to 1. Apbrodis, show, 3 to 2. FOURTH BACK— 7 l-» Furlongs. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Irini llt)l Belling. ind Horses A Wt St %. K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L 0 171193MONTANI 8 4 110 5 42 42 3« 3* 12 Piggott W D Randall 6-5 8-5 6-5 8-5 170992MONDA 4 107 4 11 14 1" 1b 2« Buchanan W P Fine 4 4 24 24 17134 ROSALBRA 6 113 1 32 21 23 214 34 Brzaman D J McCarty 6 7 6 7 16948)*ISAL1NE 3 94 2 23 3« 4» 4* 4? Ranch W B Sink Jr 5 5 4 4 17136 BILLY MOORE 8 103 6 5b 5* 52 5* 520 Powell G W Baldwin 15 25 15 25 11328 BLY 4 107 3 6 6 6 6 6 Macklin D M Hanlon 15 50 15 50 •Omitted from entries. Time, 254, 50i. 1:03;, 1:16. 1:284, 1:35*. Winner— «. c, by Montana— Hut, by rauBtuB. Went to post at 3:45. At post 2 minutes, Start good. Won easily; second driving htrd. ikf ontanus was much the b»at and won with ridiculous ease after avoiding the early pace. Monla was made to much use of, and does not like a route either. Rosalbra tired after appearing likely to wiu wben half way down tbe Btretch. Iealine was choked into exhaustion. Billy Moore a.od Bly were outclassed. Scratchf d-(17076)UlonBilla, 108: 16900 Galena, 94. Overweights— Billy Moore, 4 pounds, Montanus, place, 3 to 5; show, out. Monda place, 3 to 5 ; show, out. Rosaibra, show, 4 to 5. -| fj~l fit) FIFTH RACK— 7-8 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Free Handicap. Itort Horses A Wt St M H K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L ,17110)VESUYIAN 3 108 6 114 11 I2 12 1* Henry W B Jennings 9-101 9-101 17U02THE FHKTTER 4 108 2 42 2b 24 21 22 Buchanan W C Morken 4 6 4 6 17121 ROSOR MONDE 5 113 5 5i 42 4* 32 3 Piirgott J N Bark 4 4 3 16-5 17133 OLINTHUS 4 104 7 7 51 53 54 43 E Robb J G Brown & Co 8 10 8 10 17139 POM PINO 4-98 3 3b 314 33 4b 52 Caswell J D Dunn 10 25 10 25 171563GOOD HOPE 4 95 4 64 7 7 6' 6-"' Mounce Caesar Young *6 10 6 10 17063 MAMIE G. 7 87 1 2i 62 62 7 7 Logue Caesar Young * 5 10 6 10 *CouDled in betting. Time, 13, 25, 37, 49, 1 H)li, 1 :14, 1 :26J. Winner— a. c, by St. Andrew— riot Spring. Went to post at 4:15. At poet 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. "Veeuvian is a great colt and was never in trouble. He was going away at the end, Fretter's rider pulled him up at the start or would probably have been much closer up, Rosormonde finished well bnt did not show her usual speed. Pompino ran well for five furlongs. Scratched— 171522Poorlands, 80. Overweights— Mamie G., 2 pounds; Olinthus, 1. Vesuvian, piacs, 1 to3; show, out. The Fretter, place, 8 to 5; show, 7 to 10. Rosormonde, -show, t to 2. 17163 SIXTH RACE— 1 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-olos and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St H H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H L 17139 JENNIE KE1D 4 105 4 2i 1b 13 yi 11 j Woods R Hugnea 11-54 11-54 17138»LOrHUN 4 107 2 51 3b 3 33 2" Henry J Foley 24 3 24 3 17157 AL4RIA 4 105 8 6a 41 2» 24 tt Fanntleroy F McMahon & Co 12 20 12 20 17140)OAPriVE 7 114 3 7 61 52 41 42 Boz-man P Hildreth 7 8 7 3 17015 GRAND SACHEM 5 111 7 8 8 61 Lb 5* Moused J J Moran 30 30 20 20 17100 FACADE 4 107 1 3b 7 8 8 63 Baaeinger N S rial! & Co 12 12 8 8 17040 SOCIALIST 5 111 6 41 54 44 61 72 «..,- WRLa,zelere 4 4 li 34 17137 NILGAR 4 110 5 12 23 7 7 8 Piggott PE Jones 12 15 12 15 Time, 25i,50, 1:16,1:42. Winner— B. f, by El Rio Rey— Fonsetta. Went to poat at 4:50. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second driving. Jennie K-eid ran one of her good races and waa well rated for nearly a half, then came on fast and won with speed in reserve. Lothian finished strongly. He was knocked about considerably on the aeeoad turn. Alaria seemed dangerous when half way down the homsatretch, Socialist ran a bad race. Captive needa a more hustling pilot tbau was on him today. Nilgar showed early speed, but wti eli' rt. Scratched -16929 Pongo. 114. Jennie Reid, place, 7 to 5; ahow, 3 to 5. Lothian, place, 11 to 10; show, 11 to 20. Alaria, show, 1 t* 1- Socialist, place, 6 to 5; show, 3 to 5. LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART. LITTLE ROOK, ARK., March 30.— Fifth day. Arkansas Jockey Club. Spring Meeting. Weather clear ; track fast. Presiding Judge, Col. S. M. ApperBou. Starter, William Bruen, Racing starts at 2 :30 p.m. "I f7~l f\A FIRST BACK— 5-8 Mile. PurBo $200. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. lud Horses A Wt St * H X StrFin JockeyB Owners O H L C 171443SHILLINGBCRN 3 105 114 12 13 15 T Burns J F Schorr 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 14418 ABUSIVE 4 112 32 2" 34 2b1 Boland J A mo 6 10 6 10 14922 CA8TINE 3 105 2»« 3i 2» 312 Crow hurst G C Bennett 3 3 3 3 17124 MONOGHAN 5 100 43 41* 4« 43 E James J K Hughes 4 6 4 6 17146 UP WORTH 4 115 5 5 5 5 Southard T J Williams 15 20 15 20 7313 GBACIA QUIVE 5 110 Left at the post McGinn H I Stiewell 20 40 20 40 Time, 25, 50i, 1 :04. Winner— B. c, by Farar.dole— Ranette. Went to post at 2 :30 At post' 8 minutes. Start fair. Won easing up; second driving to the limit. Shiilingbun outclassed his field. Castinn quit in the last seventy yards. The last two are poor racing tools. Gracia Quive refused to break and was left at the post. Shiilingbun, place, out. Abusive, place, 2 to 1; show, 4 to 5. Castine, show, ont. "I f*7 "1 /^ pr SECOND RACB-3-4 Mile. Purse $200. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horse? A Wt St H, * X Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 17142 EVA WILSON 4 90 1 14 1 4 12 15 Newcom M Stark 6-5 6-5 1 17146 BELLE OF ERIN 5 103 3 24 32 32 22 Boland Fizer& Co 4 6 4 171463 BORDEN 5 98 4 3b 21 24 33 E James William Walker 3 4 3 17151 BRASS 5 108 7 53 53 53 41 A Weber J C Ferris Jr 10 15 II 17146 BONNIE IONE 5 103 6 7 7 62 51 Tally D A Irons 10 20 II 17115 JOHN F. VOGT 4 95 2 43 4U 4b 6i W Jones J R Hand 2 2 8-5 8-5 171433COM. ATTORNEY 3 101 5 6h 8 7io 712 PMDerm'ttE C Headley 8 10 8 10 17143 CLISSIE B. 7 93 8 8 8 8 8 Watson M Brauer 10 10 10 10 — ~ Time. 25. 51. 1:17. ___ Winner— B f, by Loyalist— Shadow. Went to post at 3:10 At post 3 minute?. Start good. Won with great ease; second handily Eva Wilson showed tbe most speed and was never fully extended. B?lla of Erin finished stoatly John F. Vogt stopped badly in the stretch. Borden also hung when tb . pinch came. Eva Wilson, r.lace, 1 to 2: show, out. Belle of Erin, place, 2 to 1; thow, evens. Borden, show 1 to 2. John F. Vogt, placa, 7 to 10; show, out. 1 fTI £±fi THIRD BACE-3-4 Mile. Purse $200. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. ind ITorsee A Wt St 5 H U StrFin JockeyB Owners O H L 0 ~ 17144 HER FAVOR 5 98 3 12 12 m 12 Newcom Jamas Arthur&Co2 4 2 4 152213TONY HONING 5 108 5 52 42 24 214 Mathews Mr* P M Civill 10 10 7 7 171282MARTIN DUKE 3 91 7 31 21 34 82 A Weber W M Wallace 2 3 2 3 17142.1RACEBUD 4 95 2 41 34 53 4" Tally O Plack 2 2 9-5 9-5 17128 PIRATE JUDGE 4 100 6 7 7 44 53 L Rose T P Hayes 10 15 10 15 14646 LA MASCOTA 7 103 8 8 8 V 6r Boland J K Hughes 2 2 9 5 9-5 170932CAPrAIN LAMAR 9 105 4 64 5" 64 72 Kent R Barker & Co 15 15 15 15 171432GEO H. KETCH'M6 111 9 9 9 82 fco E James W H Laird 6 8 6 8 171503SIR ELDON 4 100 1 2b 6b 9 9 W Jones Benaett & McCay 6 8 6 8 Time. 25. 51i. 1 :16i. Winner— B. m, by Himyar— Favoress. Went to post at 3:40. At post 17 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; snooud ridden out. Her Favor waB much the b^st and came home in froat wiihout an effort. Sir El don ran his race at the poet George H. Ketcham acted very bad y. He mfused to break and was nearly left at the post. Tony Honing made up much ground in tbe last three furlongs and ran a good race. La Mascota was dull of speed and short. Her Favor, place, 3 to 2; thow, 3 to 5. Tony Honing, place, 2 to 1 ; show, evens, Martin Duke show. 1 to 2. HacebnJ, place, 4 to 5; show, ont. La Mascota, place, 4 to 5 ; show, out. "I rj j f* rj FOURTH RACE— 5-8 Mile. Purse $200. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St \ j ij StrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H L C 171462 MYRTLE VAN 6 102 2 1h IB i» Ink Tally W W Vansant 10 10 8 10 171422GATH 8 105 1 21 22 23 22 Crowhurst G C Bennett 3-5 7-103-5 7-10 169793 BY GEORGE 4 101 4 44 41 31 32 A Weber J C Ferris Jr 4 5 4 5 (17142)ACUSHLA 4 103 3 S"« 32 43 414 Vititoe H Simons 7-5 7-5 7-5 7-5 17148 BKN FROST 5 104 5 6 51 51 50 Kent W H Laird 20 30 20 30 17142 THISBE 3 99 6 5b 6 6 6 W Jones Bennett ,t McCay 50 100 50 100 Time. 254. 504. 1 :t3. Winner— Ch. m, by Fauatus— Morning Dew. Wens to poat at 4:20. At post 6 minutes. Start good. It was a driving flush. It was also a two-horse race from atart to finish. Myrtle Van and Gath raced the otn-ri into submission in the first half . By George ran a fair race. Ben Frost actad badly at th« pot,. Myrtle Van, place, 3 to 1; show, 6 to 5. Gatn, place, out. By Gaorge, show, 1 to 2. Acushla, place, out. 1 71fiS FIFTH BACB-1 Mile. Purse $200. 4-year-olda and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. AWtSt !4 K X Str Fin Jockey Owner O H L C (17150)W. B. GATES 4 111 6 52 3a 3»« in Crowhurat G C Bennett 4-5 4-5 7-107-19 17151 LORD NKVILLK 5 106 23 21 214 11 21 Biland FizsrACn 4 15 4 17150 SIR BLAZE 4 105 114 14 1b« 21 314 A Weber J C Ferris, Jr 3 4 3 (17146) MENU 4 111 3a 3b 41 42 44 Tally J G Rna 6 6 4 17150 COL. CASSIDY 4 99 51 41 5* 53 5* Watson T Nepper 4 8 4 171513ELKIN 6 109 44 6 6 6 6 S mtrmrd J H Smith 24 24 2 lime, 25, 514, 1:11.. 1:454. Winner— B c, by Prince Royal— Penelope. Went to DO«t at 5:00 At poBt 4 minutes. Start good. Won in a long hard drive; sacond easily. W. B. Gates avoided the early pace and came with a rush at the end. Lord Neville bumped into Sir Blaze at the head of the stretch, causing the latter to interfere with Colonel Cassidy Elkin sulked. W. B. Gates, place, out, Lord Neville, placs, 5 to 1 ; show, 2 to 1. Sir Blaza, show, 2 to 5. Elkin, place, 7 to 10; show, out. PRINCIPAL FOREIGN EVENTS. Great Metropolitan April 24 City and Suburban April 25 Two Thousand Guineas May 2 One Thousand Guineas May 4 Chester Cup May 9 Great Jubilee Stakes May 11 Newmarket Stakes May 16 French Derby May 27 Derby May 30 Oaks June 1 Grand Prize of Pans June 10 Ascot Week June 12— 16 Princess of Wales ($50,000) July 5 Eclipse Stakes ($50,000) July 20 Goodwood Cup Aug, 1 Doucaater St, Leger Sept. 13 Jockey Club Stakes ($50,000) Sept. 27 Cesarewitch Qct. 10 Middle Park Plate '.'."'.'. 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