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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, January 22, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902012201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, January 22, 1902 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 $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  Derby Entries For 1902. DERBY ENTRIES FOR 1902 Secretary James Howard of the Washington Park Club herewith submits a list of the nomina ¬ tions for the American Derby of 1902 Every loyal Chicagoan will take a lively interest in this galaxy of exceptionally high class threeyear olds which is one of the best that has ever been named for the great classic The list totals ninetynine about the same as last year but is of a higher order The east nominates for Derby honors Endurance by Right Gold seeker Ileno Pentecost Keynote Old England Sombrero and many others while the far west names Cruzados San Nicholas Corrigan and several others Of the middle west the names of Abe Frank Ed Austin AllanaDale McChesney Run ¬ nels and a number of others stand out in the light The other stakes have filled nicely and the nomina ¬ tions are in quality and quantity probably a shade fbetter than last year yearThe The American Derby Av sweepstakes for three yearolds 25 to accompany the nomination 225 additional to start 20000 added of which 3000 to the second and 2000 to the third horse A winner 5ia Ibrdeyeafold stakes of tho yalne of 3300 to carry 3 Ibs of two such stakes or one of 5000 5 Ibs of three or more threeyearold stakes of the value of 3000 each 7 Ibs extra Maidens allowed 7 Ibs To bo run the first day of the meeting One mile and a half halfThe The Derby nominations are as follows Abadie Mrs M ch c Balm of Gilead by Inver ¬ ness Balsam Fir FirArnold Arnold E J fe Co ch g Quaker by Faustus Belle Broeck b f Anna Elliot by The Judge Cat ¬ tle Kate KateBaker Baker Gentry b c J W Rhodes ch c South Trimble by St George Ethel Thomas ThomasBaldwin Baldwin E J b c Cruzados by Emperor of Norfolk Atalanta IT ch c Escalante by Amigo Colonias ColoniasBarnes Barnes W S b g Trialmore by Jim Gore Flying Rumor RumorBennett Bennett G C Co ch c Abe Frank by Han ¬ over Cheesestraw blk c Ed Austin by Wagner May Kennedy b c Aladdin by St George Merry Wise ch c Blennenworth by Prince of Monaco Middlemarch MiddlemarchBennington Bennington Newton b c Jack Demund by Long street Honeymoon HoneymoonBradley Bradley E R b c Red Hook by Forester Lily B Bradley Mrs R b f Allie Virge by Aloha Virgie VirgieBrown Brown S S b c Hyphen by Himyar Sema ¬ phore b c Blackmore by Blue Wing Mona MonaBurdeau Burdeau C K b c Lou Woods by Golden Gar ¬ ter Alesia AlesiaBurns Burns Waterhouse blk or br g San Nicholas by Reggie Virginia Dare blk or br g Black thorne by Artillery Early Rose br c Corrigan by Sain Ada Reese ReeseBoots Boots C T b c The Ledaean by Brutus Leda br c The Giver by Tiger Miss Gift GiftCarey Carey Thomas b f Nellie Waddell by Julicn May Wagner WagnerChristy Christy W C Co b c Dr Burns by Onaway Safe Home HomeI I Cook F ch f Bessie Spahr by The Commoner Elizabeth H HCook Cook G W ch f Merriment by Handspring Merry Dance DanceCorrigan Corrigan E b c Jed b c Indian II Cotton H A b g Leroyd by Bob Miles Thelma Drake J A br c Runnels by Charade Zingara XL b c Wyeth by Wadsworth Fonsie FonsieDunne Dunne P b g Arian by St Andrew Marian b g Memnon by Tithonus En view b c Henry Zitt by Simon Magns Preference ch c Hargis by Hanover Extra b g J V Kirby by Bassetlaw Teatro TeatroDaly Daly John b c Baron by Goldfinch Lydia Bearing J D br c Kaffir by Hanover Pnilura Featherstone A b c Igniter by Lamplighter Triana ch c Arsenal by Lamplighter Hanna rinda b c Emshee by Fonso Amelia P PFollansbee Follansbee J G br g Keynote by Chorister Rapture b c Cameron by Meddler Annot Lyle Haggin J B br c Waterboy by Watercress Zealandia b c Remorse by Order Repentant b c Bon Mot by Fitz James Queens Taste TasteHildreth Hildreth S C ch c McChesney by Macduff Pianola Mason ch c Lucien Appleby by St 3eorge Levee LeveeHermann Hermann Cassin b c Red Tip by Order Zan ippa ch c Dark Secret by St Maxim Favorite Harris Mrs Elsie ch g Hopedale by Hermence MarthaJeffers Martha Jeffers C E b c Hunter Raine by Longstreet Chartreuse ChartreuseKelley Kelley F J br ct Huzzah by Hermence Com ¬ plete pleteLakeland Lakeland William b g Enright by Candlemas Bibelot BibelotLiger Liger Brown b c Merry Maker by Deceiver Lettie Brown BrownMackay Mackay C H b c Heno by Henry Young Quiver QuiverMadden Madden J J5 b c Pentecost by Hastings Tarantella brr brrc c Slipthfiflfj ibr Spendthrift Varina McCarthy J J b c Inspector Shea by Inspec ¬ tor B Miss Modish ModishMcCorkle McCorkle W H ch f Barouche by Julien Bar cola colaMcDowell McDowell T C ch c AllanaDale by Halma Sudie McNairy McNairyMengis Mengis Mrs M b c Pretender Myers L M b f Leonora Loring bj Dr Mac Bride Hoyden HoydenMilam Milam J C Co ch c Owenton by Owas Georgia Kinney KinneyMoore Moore T W ch c Inventor by Ingoldsby Duchess Caroline CarolineMorris Morris G B ch c Sombrero by Star Ruby La Toquera b c Homestead by Candlemas Sweet Home b c Old England by Goldfinch Queen Bess ch c Cunard by Goldfinch Lucania LucaniaMorris Morris Walden ch c Compute by Hanover Reckon ReckonOBrien OBrien J S b g Alibert by Albert Leda Respass J B b c Belles Commoner by The Commoner Battle Belle BelleRutledge Rutledge Stevens ch c Archie by Lamp ¬ lighter Fonsolette FonsoletteSchorr Schorr J W ch c H L Coleman by Farandole Orchid br c Charles W Meyer by Esher Ulti ¬ matum ch c Larry Young by Potomac Princess Monmouth MonmouthSchreiber Schreiber B br c Otis by Foul Shot or Sain Laura Agnes b c Dewey by Sain Sister to Uncle Bob b c Picquart by Sain Innocence InnocenceSimons Simons A br c Lord Quex b y Ingoldsby San kara karaSmith Smith S J ch c Northern Star by Hanover Starlight StarlightStrode Strode J U ch c St Tammany by St Blaise Seaweed b c Prowl by Prig Madcap MadcapStreet Street S W br c Sambo by St Saviour Josie W WSummers Summers G ch g Water Scratch by Water ¬ cress Helen Scratch ScratchSullivan Sullivan Harris b c Tim D Jr by Dr Mac Bride Annul Tichenor M H Co br c Jaubert by Azra Mishap MishapThompson Thompson Louis b c Hot by Hermence Queenly QueenlyTurney Turney Bros ch c Waswift by Wawekus Noll Swift b c Glenwater by Wawekus Feronica FeronicaVater Vater W E ch c Fromago de Brie by Wagner In a Rapture RaptureWard Ward J S b c Tom Keqne by Inspector B Ogarita OgaritaWhitney Whitney W C ch c Goldseeker by Goldfinch La Belle Juive b f Endurance by Right by In ¬ spector B Early Morn Williams W br c Andy Williams by Kingstock CarmencitaWilson Carmencita Wilson R T Jr b or br c Dixieline by St Maxim Miss Dixie DixieWorth Worth Jacob b g Oom Paul by Prince Royal Tartarine TartarineZiegler Ziegler H M ch c Hermis by Hermence Katy of the West WestNote Note The above list is unofficial and subject to additions and andeliminations eliminations Rain Storm Stops Races. RAIN STORM STOPS RACES RACESCHAELESTOX CHAELESTOX S C January 21 Todays races were declared off on account of the heavy rain storm which nearly gutted the grand stand betting ring and other buildings and made the track a veritable quagmire and unfit for racing purposes Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF Danny Maher when asked several days ago at Hartford Conn about his riding in England this year confirmed the report that he would ride for King Edward I have been enabled to arrange matters so that I shall be able to accept the offer he said though t looked very dpubtful for a time I suppose that Lorillards death released me from my contract with him but Blackwell his trainer wanted me to fulfil the contract which has yet two years to run and notified me I would have to toAfter After a consultation between my father and my lawyer however an agreement was reached by which I can ride for both taking care of King Ed wards big events I am feeling in tiptop shape and look forward to earning over 50000 this com ¬ ing season Leo Jackson the clever lightweight jockey who is riding so well at Oakland this winter will in all probability be seen wearing the colors of Mr Ziegler Mr G B Morris has been trying to secure Jackson and Mr Hughes wired the boy that he should sign no contract with any one until he returns home and sees Mr Ziegler Jackson replied ho would comply with the request Mr Ziegler has quite a big string of twoyearolds and will have a large stable this coming season and a boy of Jacksons ability will be quite an addition to his outfit Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Mr J E Gushing writes to Martin Nathanson secretary of the Harlem Jockey Club under date of January 14 1902 that Jacob Burg an exercising boy has left his stable and care without cause arid is now around the Roby or Sheffield race track Mr Gushing warns trainers and owners not to hire him nor harbor him as he has the boy under contract contractThe The first of the get of Ben Holladay the great distance horse and winner of cup races was dropped at the Elmendorf Stud of J B Haggin near Lexington Ky January 16 It is a bay filly out of the 4000 Berridale by Donovan The first foal of the year by Order is a bay colt out of Thorn Blossom dropped at Elmendorf ElmendorfAssistant Assistant Secretary John B Dillon of the Latonia Jockey Club has gone on a visit to the racing meet ¬ ings winter training grounds and breeding establishments in the south and west in quest of entries to the stake events and goo Phorses for the purses to be decided at the spring meeting at La ¬ tonia The stake entries close February 1 1The The present winter has been eventful at Mont ¬ gomery Park for the number of horses that have been gelded Hildreth has gelded Gonfalon Gol ¬ den Age and Wild Pirate Hans WagnerAlibert and many others have been transformed into geldings geldingsAlfonso Alfonso which was injured in a race at New Orleans Saturday January 18 has been destroyed He broke one of his legs The animal was owned by Thomas Stevens who valued him at 5000 5000W W F V If you bet at a poolroom or a race track where second booking IB announced your money would bo refunded otherwise your bet on Van Hoorebeke is lost Our Horses In England. OUR HORSES IN ENGLAND The Americans this year are very formidable in stake nominations in England the engagements of Messrs Keene Whitney and Croker being some ¬ what of a stupendous nature The Daily America of January 20 has this to say about the big entry list listSome Some of Mr Crokers horses have been entered in nearly every stake that closed on nomination day The Messrs Keenes entries when compared with tfcose of English turfmen seem to completely overshadow them both in numbers and quality In ¬ deed the stable now in England which will repre sent the Keenes is something that should give just cause for Americans to feel proud over Nearly all are American bred Disguise II Noonday Olymp ¬ ian and Cap and Bells are all the produce of Dom ¬ ino Conroy is in one or two soft spots Indeed from the looks of the three ten thousand pound ¬ ers that are to be run this year there do not now seem any horses able to defeat the Keene candi ¬ dates and it it no vain prediction to make that with ordinary luck the Messrs Keene will be very near the top of thejjest of winning ownbrs gtxthe Mr W K Vanderbilt is also a nominator tnough only on a modest scale scaleMr Mr Whitney is a heavy nominator and no doubt sent further nominations from this side through Mr Vosburgh VosburghThe The following is a list of American entries in the various big English fixtures The Lincolnshire Handicap run Tuesday March 18 at the Lincoln Spring Meeting one mile W K Vanderbilts br g Ontario II 6 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 F Keenes Olympian 4 Noonday T 4 Holstein and Water Shed American horses were entered by their English owners ownersThe The Grand National Steeplechase run Friday March 28 over the Grand National Course about our miles and 856 yards F Keeues Gossip aged Easter Gift aged agedThe The Liverpool Spring Cup run Saturday March 22 over Cup Course about one mile and three fur ongs W K Vanderbilts br g Ontario II 6 bred in France J R Keenes Disguise II 5 5The The Queens Prize run Monday March 31 New Jubilee Course about one mile and a quarter W K Vanderbilts br g Ontario II 6 bred in France J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Caiman Exedo and Water Shed American horses were entered by their English owners ownersThe The Kempton Park Great Jubilee Handicap run Saturday May 10 New Jubilee Course about one mile and a quarter Richard Crokors American Boy 3 Gladwiu 3 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Running Stream 4 F Keenes Noonday II 4 Cap and Bells II 4 Conroy II 4 Jolly Tar Caiman Democrat Exedo and Water Shed American horses were entered by their English owners ownersThe The Great Metropolitan Stakes run Tuesday April 22 at the Epsom Spring Meeting about two miles and a quarter Richard Crokers Sweet Dixie 4 F Keenes Sinopi 6 Tantalus and Hoi stein American horses were entered bv their Eng ¬ lish owners ownersThe The Prince of Wales Stakes run Tuesday April 22 the last mile of the Derby course Richard Crokers American Boy 3 Frank Gardners Long ¬ shoreman 4 F Keenos Olympian 4 Massa ¬ chusetts Ali II Scotchman II Amoret II Ameri ¬ can horses were entered by their English owners ownersThe The Great Surrey Handicaprun TuesdayApril 22 five furlongs Richard Crokers Gladwin 3 W C Whitneys Elizabeth M 4 Frank Gardners New York II 3 J R Keenes Running Stream 4 Chacornac 5 Exedo and Star of Hanover Ameri ¬ can horses were entered by their English owners ownersThe The North Park Plate run Tuesday April 22 the last mile of the Derby course Richard Crokers American Boy 3 Blue Grass 4 Frank Gardners CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE OUR HORSES IN ENGLAND Continued from First Page Omaha II 3 F Keenes Kate Glover II 3 Hoi stein bred in America was entered by Sir John Thursby The City and Suburban Handicap run Wednes ¬ day April23 about one mile and a quarter W K ITanderbilts br g Ontario II 6 bred in France Richard Crokers American Boy 3 Stanhope 3 VVVC Whitneys Yolodyovski 4 Kilmarnock II 5 JVB Keenes Disguise II 5 Running Stream 4 llearsarge 3 F Keenes Olympian 4 Noonday II 4Conroy H 4 Entries to this race include many of the best horses in England such as Epsom Lad Codoman from France Floriform Handicapper winner of the Two Thousand Guineas Caiman bred in America Doricles winner of the St Leger and others othersThe The Ashley Plate run Tuesday April 15 at the Jfewmarket Craven meeting last five furlongs of Abingdon mile Richard Crokers Kennebec Mid wood woodThe The Wood Ditton Stakes run Wednesday April 16 the Ditch mile Richard Crokers American Boy 3 Vendale Amoret II bred in America was entered by Col McCalmont McCalmonti i The Double Trial Plate run Thursday April 17 over Rous Course Richard Crokers Telefon Ezo The Newmarket Two Yearold Plate run Thurs lay May 1 at the Newmarket First Spring Meet ¬ ing1 over Rous Course Richard Crokers Garland 3ayi 3ay i The March Stakes run Thursday May 1 across the flat Richard Crokers Gladwin 3 American Boy 3 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Mardi Gras 4 Kings Courier and Caiman American horses were ntered by English owners The May Plate run last day of meeting over Rous Course Richard Crokers St Patricks Day Eze EzeIhe Ihe Soltykoff Stakes run Tuesday July 15 at the Newmarket Second Spring Meeting over New Two YearOld Course Richard Crokers Sebag Jennico J R Keenes bay colt bred in America by Kings ¬ ton Dancing Water WaterThe The Criterion Stakes run Tuesday October 28 at the Newmarket Hough ton Meeting over Criterion Course Richard Crokers FederationSt Patricks Day J R Keenes bay or brown colt bred in Eng ¬ land by Persimmon Sandfly The Coventry Stakes run Tuesday June 17 at ttie Ascot Meeting 1902 over Two YearOld Course flye furlongs 136 yards Richard Crokers Sebag St Patricks Day J R Keenes bay or brown colt bred in England by Persimmon Sandfly The Gold Cup run Thursday June 19 to start at the Cup post andgo once around about two and onehalf miles Daniel Coopers David Garrick 5 Richard Crokers Stanhope 3 Sweet Dixie 4 Lord Ellesmeres Kings Courier 5 F Keenes Sinopi 6 Cap and Bells II 4 ConroylL 4 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Petruchio II 5 H McCal monts Tantalus 4 Sir John Thursbys Holstein 4 Lord Wolvertons Caiman 6 6Other Other nominations were his majestys Lauzun La Camargo Mazagan just purchased by J N Camden for this country Vandevelde Saxon Jac ¬ obite II Mile de Longchamps Black Sand Epsom Lad Cheri Kadikoi Handicapper winner of the 2000 gs Crown Equerry Jean Bart II Forfar shire Santoi Codbman Alencon Pietermaritzberg Revenue Port Blair Balsarroch Floriform Par ¬ thian II William the Third who beat Volodyov ski Mannlicher Ruskin St Alwynne Eryx Bi sette Doricles winner of the St Leger Pom Pom Rambling Katie First Principal Orloch and a number of other nominations together with some from New York which may include Mr Whitneys best bestThe The AllAged Stake run Thursday June 19 six furlongs Richard Crokers American Boy 3 Beau Imperial bred in America 2 Frank Gardners Omaha II 3 F Keenes Olympian 4 J H Keenes Chacornac 5 Eden II Exedo and Water Shed American horses were entered by their English owners The Windsor Castle Stakes run Friday June 20 over Two YearOld Course Richard Crokers Kil dona Jennico J R Keenes bay or brown colt bred in England by Persimmon Sandfly SandflyThe The Alexandra Phite run Friday June 20 to start as for the Hunt Cup and go once around about three miles Daniel Coopers David Garrick 5 F Keenes Conroy II 4 Sinopi 6 J R Keenes Petruchio II 5 Lord Wolvertons Caiman 6 Colonel McCalmonts Tantalus 4 Other nomina ¬ tions to this race were La Camargo Jacobite Mile de Longchamps Black Sand Kadikoi Berger Fleur dEte Jean Bart II Amer Picon Free Com ¬ panion Balsarroch Fortunatus Lady Penzance Martial Law William the Third Mannlicher Hartoe Potin Rambling Katie Thisbe Semiramis Heminius Jettatura and Orloch OrlochThe The Chester Cup handicap run Wednesday May 8 at Chester Meeting 1902 over the Old Cup Course nearly two and a quarter miles W C Whitneys Volodyovski 4 Kilmarnock II 5 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Petruchio II 5 F Keenes Sinopi 6 Conroy II 4 Cap and Bells II 4 Noon ¬ day II 4 Daniel Coopers David Garrick 5 Colonel McCalmonts Tantalus 4 Sir John Thurs ¬ bys Holstein 4 4The The Coronation Cup run Thursday June 5 at Epsom Summer Meeting 1902 over the Derby Course about a mile and a half Richard Crokers Minnie Dee 4 Lord Ellesmeres Kings Courier 5 F Keenes Noonday II 4 Cap and Bells II 4 Con ¬ roy II 4 J R Keenes Disguise II 5 Petruchio IT 5 Sir John Thursbys Holstein 4 Lord How ¬ ard de Waldens Water Shed 4 WCWhitneys Volodyovski 4 Kilmarnock II 5 Lord Wolver ¬ tons Caiman 6 Colonel McCalmonts Tantalus 4 4In In addition to the above Mr Croker has made en ¬ tries at the Bituny Club meeting meetingAt At the Newmarket First July Meeting 1902 for the 10000 stake the Princess of Wales Plate only the following have been left in Olympianf Dis ¬ guise II and an ordinary field fieldAt At the Newmarket First October Meeting 1902 for the Jockey Club Stakes another 10000 race Conroy II Noonday II Commando Telescope the Tragedy colt known as Brother to Wildflower all owned by the Messrs Keene were left in and not many of the best of Englands were nominated or if they were they were declared out when young youngAt At the Sandown Park Eclipse Meeting 1902 for the Eclipse Stakes still another 10000 race to be run Friday July 18 Olympian and Kearsarge rep ¬ resent the Messrs Keene In fact all three of these rich stakes seem to bo inferior this year because many of the best horses of 1901 are not in Page  DAILY RAGING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OFTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR F H BRUNELL BRUNELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOR CLINTON C RILEY RILEYSECRETARY SECRETARY MRS F H BRDNELL Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as second class matter DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph 124126 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO IILIXOIS COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1902 by Frank H 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OAKLAND FORM FORMOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL January 21 The form of Wednes ¬ days Oakland fields is First Race Moabina Jungfrau Annie Max MaxSecond Second Race Lightball Pupil Harry Thatcher ThatcherThird Third Race Svlvia Talbot Arabo Adirondack AdirondackFourth Fourth Race Rollick Wyoming Duckoy DuckoyFifth Fifth Race Corrigan Milas Commissioner Forster Sixth Race Pat Morrissoy Bard Burns Pompmo Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track sloppy sloppyFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Maidens Fillies Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 30187 Knockings 112 705 30274 Yrsula 112 6oO 26713 Jungfrau 107 715 715301872Moabina 301872Moabina 107 72o 30044 Annie Max 107 710 30049 Tibs 107 650 30187 Meteoro 107 wO 30021 Stirling Towers 107 610 24115 Oratossa 107 670 670Second Second Race Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 30277 Mallakwa 6 110 685 30207 Foul Play 5 107 650 30240 Pnpil 5l ° J 29288 Buck Taylor 6 107 720 29540 Mountebank U107 lOO 30242 Harry Thatcher a 10 710 30277 Fidel Youlin 9 Sn 30240 St Rica iJJ 5 30311 Woeful 4 103 62o 30025 Light Ball iJ 30272 Antolee 4 103 700 30067 Intrada 4 101 62a 62aThird Third Kace 3 12 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp303082Adirondack 303082Adirondack 119 670 670Delsegno Delsegno b c by Oddfellow Parthenia 118 Durazzo ch c by Arkole Ditty BH H8 Altawan b f by Altamax Juanita II 115 115Organdie Organdie br f J by f Orsini Bes sie Tt v Ha Ha30308Sylvia 30308Sylvia Talbot 115 115302912Arabo 302912Arabo 106 30291 Clarinette 98 98Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Wt Wt30243VVyoming 30243VVyoming 9 109 30310 Herculean 6 109 109303272Duckoy 303272Duckoy 5 104 10430273Rollick 30273Rollick 4 101 101Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Handicap 28124 Corrigau 110 29940 Redan 108 108302752Milas 302752Milas 107 10730243Commissioner 30243Commissioner Forster 105 105302433Ishtar 302433Ishtar 100 30289 Halmetta 95 95Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling17274VArbaces 17274VArbaces 7 122 122303102Bard 303102Bard Burns 4 Ill Ill295603Rio 295603Rio de Altar 4 Ill IllS0307San S0307San Venado 7 110 29833 Redwald 3 108 108303103Pat 303103Pat Morrissey 8 107 30310 Grand Sachem 7 105 105302603Pompino 302603Pompino 6 105 29703 The Singer 5 105 30071 Quiz 4 102 30307 Invictus 4 102 30071 Cuban Girl 4 100 Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON S C January 21 The form of Wednesdays Cnarleston fields is First Race Randolph Jr Janie Seay Trouba line lineSecond Second Race Hattie Davis Laracor John W Daney DaneyThird Third Race Mark Hanna IT Suttee Ordeal OrdealFourth Fourth Race Stuttgart Antagone Katie Gibbons GibbonsFifth Fifth Race Sadie Burnam Jim Winn Hucena Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy heavyFirst First Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp 30264 Loyalty 9 117 670 30056 Prosit 5 117 660 30282 Hanno 4 116 660 30282 Troubaline 5 115 f 90 30297 Trilby Nelson 8 115 675 30278 Lucy 8 115 680 30042 Negoncie 8 115 685 30248 Randolph Jr 4 113 700 700Mollie Mollie Aaron b f by Aloha Molly Davis 4 Ill 30278 Palms 3 99 4660 4660302782Jani9 302782Jani9 Seay 3 99 695 695Second Second Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Ago Wt Hdcp Hdcp30245Oton 30245Oton Clay 106 675 675302793JohnW 302793JohnW Daney 102 690 69030279Laracor 30279Laracor 102 695 695303133Hattie 303133Hattie Davis 101 700 30313 Lady Florence 100 670 30313 Swan Dance 98 660 30154 Botina 95 675 675Third Third Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 30246 The Brother 4 112 680 30295 Millstream 7 107 685 30312 Fiddler III 6 105 670 30297 Ordeal 6 104 690 690303123Mark 303123Mark Hanna II 6 104 700 30312 Suttee 6 102 695 30278 Elsie Venner 5 102 675 30295 Custodian 4 101 675 30278 Virginia Willcox 4 99 660 660Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 30264 Tortugas 6 112 675 675SadieBert SadieBert 4 110 660 30261 Soudana 5 110 685 30298 Antagone 5 110 695 695302313Katie 302313Katie Gibbons 6 105 690 690302953Stuttgart 302953Stuttgart 6 104 700 30295 ABride 4 99 660 660Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 30312 DeweyD 5 121 660 30261 Diva 6 117 685 30312 Jim Winn 4 114 693 30298 Ellis 7 114 680 680302472Sadie 302472Sadie Burnam 5 112 700 700302963Tout 302963Tout 3 106 685 30295 Hucena 3 99 690 30278 Emigrant 3 94 670 New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW ORLEANS LA January 21 The form of Wednesdays New Orleans fields is First Race Lady Alberta Ecome Rival Dare DareSecond Second Race Prince Real Glade Run Jack ¬ anapes anapesThird Third Race Golden Link Coley Falella FalellaFourth Fourth Race Semicolon Nellie Waddell Velma Clark ClarkFifthI FifthI Race Mr Phinizy Pirates Queen Miss Soak SoakSixth Sixth Race Choir Master Trentham The Fash New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 30301 VEcome 6 129 710 30269Freo Coinage 9 119 700 29752 Miss Conrad 5 117 625 30199 Rival Dare 6 117 710 710302693Lady 302693Lady Kent 5 117 680 30301 Homage 4 114 680 30270 Add 4 114 670 670301303Alpaca 301303Alpaca 5 112 705 30181 FickleSaint 4 109 650 650303053Digby 303053Digby Bell 3 101 660 30251 2Lady Alberta 3 99 725 725Second Second Race 1 18 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 30284 Precursor 5 117 675 30250 Pay the Fiddler 6 114 660 30251 Jackanapes 7 114 710 710303043Prince 303043Prince Real a 114 725 30198 Helen Paxton 6 112 650 30302 Linden Ella 5 112 705 30317 ElMoran 5 112 640 30304 Glade Run 4 112 710 30168 RadiantHeat 6 109 625 625302503Socapa 302503Socapa 4 109 695 29610 Anna Darling 4 107 050 30232 Joe Collins 4104 705 705Third Third Race Short Course Steeplechase Steeplechase4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap20995Golden 20995Golden Link 6 148 650 30286 Coley 5 145 640 64030234FaleUa 30234FaleUa 6 141 635 29993 Old Fox 6 138 600 600302S63Captain 302S63Captain Conover 6 130 600 600302S3 302S3 Gassoon 9 130 600 30200 King Elkwood 9 130 615 29893 Eva Moo 5 130 625 625Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap302523Semicolon 302523Semicolon 6 108 725 72530252Ida 30252Ida Ledford 5 105 700 30303 Nellie Waddell 3 105 720 72030303Andes 30303Andes 6 103 690 30252 Tom Kingsley 7 100 700 30303 Maggie Davis 6 100 685 29603 Lofter a 100 660 30252 Velma Clark 4 96 710 30319 Aniigari 3 90 695 695Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards 3yearolds and upward Selling 30253 Mr Phinizy 6 112 725 725302532Cast 302532Cast Iron 3 104 695 30202 Miss Soak 7 102 705 30270 Jena a 102 700 700303023pirates 303023pirates Queen 4 97 710 30250 Kingstelle 4 97 700 25793 Princess Plymouth a 97 600 30215 Fannie Maud 4 92 650 30083 Bean 4 92 700 700Sixth Sixth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances Allowances302682The 302682The Messenger a 112 665 665302162Choir 302162Choir Master 4 112 725 VeritableBoy 725VeritableBoy 4 110 30250 Carlovingian 4 107 675 675303002Frank 303002Frank Jones 3 102 670 670303X3Leroyd 303X3Leroyd 3 102 665 665301493Trentham 301493Trentham 3 100 710 30216 Sandflea 3 95 700 30300 The Fashion 3 95 705 29930 Loka 5 95 675 Syncopated Sandy 20 H of Trastamare 2084 SEVOY BANDY H TODAY TWO TWOAnother Another Syncopated Sandy at Oakland odds 10 to 30 to 1 and one at New Orleans 3 to 8 to 1 1Four Four from 35 to 85 specials SPECIAL DAILY CITY SHEETS WITH ALt ALtRACES RACES OO OOSix Six Specials for 1O or 2 for One Wired to any part of the world On sale at 11 30 a m at office 176 S Clark St in ticket office Phone 2149 Central News Stand southeast corner Clark and Madison Sr COL J C WOOTERfi Mgr MgrBUNCOBRONCHO BUNCOBRONCHO INFORMATION CO 94 Lincoln av Tel 3031 Dearborn YOU ARE A LOSER LOSERWhen When you follow guessers and handicap pers at New Orleans Im on the spot and MY information is KEAL STABLE STUFF My LIBERAL AND HONEST TREATMENT of stable friends enables mo to wire my clients some good things every week I DO NOT wire every day DO NOT wire any oddson favorites and ANYTHING I DO WIRE YOU CAN BACK WITH CONFIDENCE My hon ¬ esty is proven by years of success and the fact factYOU YOU CANT IAY ME MEuntil until after you win If you want GENUINE INSIDE INFORMATION send me your address promising to bet 2 for mo on the horse I wire you In your first letter only inclose 40c as a deposit to insure acceptance of telegrams I will then immediately mail you MY SPECIAL CODE To protect my racing interests am compelled to send telegrams by code codeFrank Frank J Henry Drawer 3 Hew Orleans La RESPONSIBLE BETTORS BETTORSCan Can obtain two to four good plays weekly from DIRECTLY INTERESTED parties at track on certain stables WIRED ONLY when informant has a heavy bet down This information sent to responsible parties for a percentage of NET weekly profits For particulars address addressPO PO BOX 9 14 MILVWUKEF WIS Race Track Information Bureau BureauSUITE SUITE 500 263269 DEARBORN ST TERMS 100 DAILY 400 WEEKLY WEEKLYJessie Jessie Jarboe Merry Sister Kenry of Trastamare Shut Up The Rogue Dangerous Maid Kenil worth Duckoy Floronso were a few of our winners Tuesday TuesdayNew New Orleans 2nd Race 15 to 50 to 1 Extra Special Plunge the Limit LimitOf Of all the good things that we have had and given to the public this one is better than any we dont BAR such good ones as J BOGGS 301 SWAMPLANDS 601 won VERIFY 301 won ORLA 201 won and OVER FIFTY OTHER LONG SHOTS which lack of space prevents us from publishing We expect to get as good as 15 to 1 on this good thing in the second race and the chances are that tho bookies will lay 50 to 1 in tho opening betting bettingTHURSDAY ORLEANSThis THURSDAY 10 TO I OR BETTER SIXTH RACE NEW ORLEANS This good thing has been in special training for six weeks to win this race and mud or a fast track will win this race in a canter We are tho greatest turf bureau in existence We can beat any one on racing information barring none There is not one that can show results like we can for any continued length of time and we challenge anyone to take us up on this ABOVE ALL PLAY OUR SPECIALS We only give a few a day They are tho greatest boon for any man that wants to play a few races only YOU AMAlso can positively win on them FORM LETTER HANDICAP ON SALE AT 9 AM Also sold at Cigar Stand Adams Express Building 185 Dearborn St Kolmans Cigar Store 267 Dearborn St News Stand northeast corner Van Buren and Dearborn Sts Illinois Central Turf Exchange Commissions on all Races Stations First Train Second Train Train Third 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ry RyReturning Lv Randolph VanBuren 135VanBuren 13812th St St 1235 1238 105 108 138 135 12th St 1240 110 140 Returning trains at 445 and 605 pm 22nd 14239th 14022nd St 1242 112 142 39th St 1245 115 145 and after last race 14563rd 63rd St 1250 120 150 Grand 150Grand Crossing 1255 125 155 Kensington 155Kensington 100 130 200 New Turf Exchange ExchangeOn On St Paul Railroad Canal and Adams Streets T l4i7 I noil I OOTl Trains leave at 100 125 and 155 1 ilD U U ill U Ll H 11 U P m ReturniD at 45 00 and after the last race raceRctual Rctual Running Time THirtyFive mmites mmitesROUND ROUND TRIP 25 CENTS REYNOLDS GO 73 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Daily2 Daily2Dangerous Dangerous Maid 52 Keni worth 45 45Were Were our two winners yesterday 300 forfeit if the above were not given TO DAY One grand special at Now Orleans Azua our long shot yesterday finished third Remember we only give one selection at New Orleans daily dailyKO KO HUMBUG OR GUESSING WITH US USTlie Tlie Best of Reliable Information Informationby by Wire from Our Experts Daily DailyHOT HOT SPRIN GS OFFICES 8 COURT ST ST3flO 3flO Weekly Wired at U am Page  New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW NEW ORLEANS LA January 21 Fortyseventh day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge E W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 200 p m F FIRST RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards Purse 300 4yearolds and upward 3O317 Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M V it StrFin Jockeys Owners O H 29757 SYNCOPATED SANDY 4 116 3 SH 3 41 3 1 Lyne PKuykendall 15 20 20 6 30287 JESSIE JARBOE 6 119 1 23 2H 31 2 2 McCann Mrs M Goldblatt 665 75 302702EL GHOR 6 121 2 64 76 710 715 SKK Blake G W Curtis 45 45 35 01 30164 IGNIS 6 llo 4 7 4 6H 41 41 T Dean L B Cunningham 15 20 20 5 302323HOP SCOTCH 6 121 5 12 13 11 14 52 Odom T Licalzi 10 10 10 2 30203 FRANK MCONNELL 6 121 6 41 61 5u 51 62 Mountain J C Davis 10 25 25 7 30268 HUTCH MILLER 4 111 7 5 51 2 6 75 Hope Curry La Flore 10 12 12 24 30167 EL MORAN 5 124 88 8 8 8 8 J Wilson L A Buisson 30 100 100 30 30Time Time 244 49 1 161 1 42 1 44 44Winner Winner B g by Darebin Sibyl Went to post at 2 00 At post 10 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Syncopated Sandy was well ridden took the short route and stood a long hard drive gamely Jessie Jarbpe hung when called on El Ghor closed a big gap was coming strongly at the end and would have won in a few more strides Blake put up a bad ride Ignis was cut off at the far turn Dean being compelled to pull up and come to the outside rounding into the stretch Scratched 30254 Elsie Bramble 119 30168 Farmer Bennett 119 302503Socapa 116 30122 John Bull 116 116Syncopated Syncopated Sandy show 2 to 1 Jessie Jarboe show 7 to 10 SECOND RACE 58 Mile Purse 300 2yearolds Allowances 3O31S Ind Horses A Wt St M Yz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 302853MERRY SISTER 110 2 14 15 Lyne RWWaldenSons 3 3 7535 7535S0285 S0285 FRANCES PORTER 1114 1 34 21 Slack C A Johnson Co 15 20 20 8 30283 JULIA LISLEM 110 4 6 3 Richards J D Crimmins Jr 10 12 12 5 30285 LADY WINKLE 110 6 7 4 Dominick R E Watkins ColO 12 12 5 5CHAMELION CHAMELION 113 7 41 a Coburn H T Griffin ll53 3 1 30285 STEP AROUND 110 8 8 6 Louden Mrs J B Ferguson 15 20 20 8 30285 SUE VIUS 110 5 5 7 Blake A B Maginnis Col5 15 15 6 6lt lt HALCYONDALE 113 9 9 81 JWinkfield B Calvert Co 5 6 6 2 2Miat Miat GOLD ORNAMENT 110 3 22 91 T Meade MrsJBBrannCo 15 20 20 8 8BRULO BRULO 110 10 103 102 Cochran P A Renaud 15 15 6 2 2K K DARK PLANET 113 11 11 11 RWilliams H T Griffin ll53 3 1 Coupled in betting Time 12 24 33 33Winner Winner Ch f by The Friar Merry One OneWent Went to post at 2 37 At post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Merry Sister auie away with a rush in the last sixteenth Frances Porter was prominent in all thebreakaways She ran an improved race So did Julia Lislem The latter got third place in the last stride Lady Winkle came very wide entering the homestretch but was closing fast when straightened This looks like a good filly and one that should improve Brulo was very green at the post and threw her head up when the barrier was released releasedOverweights Overweights Frances Porter 14 pounds poundsMerry Merry Sister show out Frances Porter show 4 to 1 Julia Lislem show 2 to 1 The entry show 3 to 5 303 19 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses i A Wt St J4 Yz ti StrFm Jockeys Owners O H C P 30184 SEVOY 7114 1 21 1 14 12 Coburn J Call Co 12 12 920 out 30271 WIEDEM ANN 5 964 3 52 52 32 21 A Jones T C Stephens Co6 6 6 32 30269 AMIGARI 3 90 6 34 23 23 3 W Waldo Mrs E Harris 67785 30266 STAR OF BETHLEHEM 7 95 7 4 41 41 43 T Meade H Gibson Jr 15 20 20 4 30283 TOUR 4 99 2 14 3 53 5 Earle G W Graydon 15 15 15 3 29768 DR S C AYRES 5 98 4 62 62 62 62 Boyd HTHoffmanCo60 20020050 30081 HANDICAPPER 5 110 5 7 7 7 7iooBrennan W C Daly 30 50 50 12 29075 CARL B 510648 f 8 8 S 8 Blake J G Wetzel 8010010020 8010010020Time Time 2549 1131 1131Winner Winner Ch g by St Saviour Kassie KassieWent Went to post at 3 18 At post 13 minutes Start fair Won eased up second driving Sevoy was under restraint all the way Coburn was pulling him up in the last twenty yards Wiedemann met with much interference He was cut off rounding the far turn and lost several lengths but came around the leaders at the stretch turn and finished strongly Amigari tired in the stretch She was used up chasing Sevoy SevoyOverweights Overweights Wiedemann 14 pounds Carl B 24 24Wiedemann Wiedemann show 3 to 5 Amigari show 3 to 5 3O32O FOURTH RACE 1 11G Miles Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling A Wt St ± Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 300352FRANK M 4 101 1 3 31 3 x H 14 T Dean James Arthur 85 85 3 30132 HEN OF TRASTAMARE 7 104 4 72 4u 52 21 23 J Miller J U Strode Co 10 15 15 5 30268 FREE ADMISSION 4 97 8 5 7 7 43 33 Earle J Rhinock 7883 30203 SWORDSMAN 8 106 3 43 52 4n 34 4 Dangman Fizer Co 12 12 8 3 30270 JOE DOUGHTY 6 103 2 63 6 6n 5 54 Brennan J P Hirth 12 16 16 5 30219 DELORAINE 49078 8 8 8 63 Boyd Mrs M Goldblatt 10 20 20 8 30252 ST DAVID 4 1064 5 1 23 H 6 72 Blako L J Fulmer 4 44 4 85 85DUTCH DUTCH CARTER 5 97 6 23 IH 2 7 8 Helgeson J Phillips 4552 4552Time Time 24 49 1 16i 1 42 1 49 Winner LevityWent Br g by Prophecy Levity Went to post at 3 57 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Frank M was Tinder restraint to the far turn where he was called upon and overhauled the leaders without much of an effort He had lots in reserve at the finish Henry of Trastamare was cut off rounding the far turn Free Admission finished strongly St David and Dutch Carter stopped to almost a walk in the last quarter quarterScratched Scratched 27225 Excelsis 112 112Overweights Overweights Swordsman 1 pouHd St David 44 44Frank Frank M show out Henry of Trastamare show 24 to 1 Free Admission show 3 to 2 St David show 7 to 10 Qf QOl FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds Selling f Ind Horses A Wt St H Yz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 300523 300523WILD WILD BESS BESS302673LEENJA 90 2 14 IH 12 14 IH Helgeson A C McCafferty 6 6 54 85 85302673LEENJA 302673LEENJA 97 6 5 66 55 3 25 R Steelo J J Marklein Co85 24 24 45 30303 MEME WASTELL WASTELL301862ERNEST 90 5 43 44 31 44 3n Boyd JJ Murray 4 4 13545 301862ERNEST PARHAM 111 4 2n 21 24 24 46 Landry TD Sullivan 2 13524 45 30288 FLORHAM 94 3 34 34 4 52 512 R Brown H T Griffin 30267 BUSTY C 90 7 6 7 6 6 6 Feicht J Call Co 100 200 200 60 30271 FULLEN 98 1 7 5u Broke down T Dean F Cook 30 30 30 10 10Time Time 254 504 1 164 1 29 29Winner Winner Br f by Iroquois Bessie K KWent Went to post at 4 27 At post 3 minutes Start good Won all out second easily Wild Bess was well in motion at flag fall and Helgeson rated her along in front all the way She was tiring at the end Steele rode a bad race on Leenja He had her under restraint in the first part and when he did make a move took the overland route to get up Memo Wastell outgamed Ernest Parham in the last six ¬ teenth Fullen broke down rounding the far turn turnCorrected Corrected weights Ernest Parham 111 111Overweights Overweights Florham 4 pounds Fullen 1 1Wild Wild Bess show 3 to 5 Leenja show 2 to 5 Memo Wastell show 2 to 5 Ernest Parham show 2 to 5 3O322 O O O O SIXTH RACE 1 11O Miles Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St J4 Vz StrFin Jockeys O H C P 30268 SHUT UP 4 95 4 32 li 12 ii m Helgeson V Hughes Co 3 3 65 25 30237 DANDY H 6 100 9 82 61 4 33 2 Boyd D P Rodgers 12 15 15 5 30268 AZUA 5 98 3 2 2 2 2u 33 T Dean M F Carrano ColO 12 10 4 30250 FRANK IRELAND 6 103 5 4 4 62 4n 41 Nutt JClericoCo 8 10 10 3 16932 AFRA 7 100 2 52 54 51 52 5 Lyne F E Fagot Co 6 8 8 24 24302163BEAUTY 302163BEAUTY BOOK 5 100 1 1 32 3u 61 61 Cochran FBVanMeterBro3 552 30253 DEL ALLEN 4 100 6 7 7 7 7 73 Louden W Clark 15 20 20 8 30250 ZACK PHELPS 4 944 8 9 9 9 85 830 J Rico J J Ogles 12 15 10 3 30268 LORD HOWARD 8 103 7 614 83 81 9 9 Blake W B Smith 12 25 Time 24 49 1 17 1 431 1 51 51Winner Winner B c by G W Johnson Silence SilenceWent Went to post at 4 56 At post 2 minutes Start good Won all out second driving Shut Up went to the front without an effort in the run down the backstretch Ho was doing his best however all through the last furlong Dandy H outgamed Azua when it came to a drive Frank Ireland was hard ridden all the way Zack Phelps swung to the extreme outside at the stretch turn It was a poor lot lotScratched Scratched 20609 Leando103 Leando103Overweights Overweights Azua 3 pounds Afra 4 Zack Phelps 24 24Shut Shut Up show out Dandy H show 2 to 1 Azua show 3 to 2 Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL January 31 Sixtyninth day New California Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track muddy Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter Richard Dwyer Racing starts at 2 10 p m 30323 FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 1A 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29811 CENSOR 4 106 9 9 41 24 1 OConnor J S Rothert 6 12 12 5 5301703ELDRED 301703ELDRED 4 91 7 31 11 11 22 Redfern Ashton Harris 8 8 7 24 30253 MARINEUSE 4 93 6 62 32 33 3 J Daly J Conway 6 10 10 4 30144 OUR LIZZIE 4 115 8 8 6 5 41 L Jackson W H Ketchiman 8 20 20 7 30163 CHAPPIE 8 100 2 7 8 61 55 McGinn I Morehouse 10 15 15 6 30192 ALZURA 4 111 4 447 8 6n J Woods A H Vivell 3552 3552296413TIBURON 296413TIBURON 6 97 3 1 51 7 74 J Ranch P E Smith 24 3 85 45 30205 EDUCATE 4 111 1 21 21 4 8 J Mathews W E Cotton 5993 30238 BLANCHE SHEPPARD 5 115 5 5 999 Mounce B A Chilsou 10 20 15 6 30031 NONA B 710310 10 10 10 10 Bullman JE Abbott 6 30 30 10 10Time Time 24 51 1094 1094Winner Winner Ch c by Hermence Veronica VeronicaWent Went to post at 2 18 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Censor ran in much improved form He closed steadily on the outside OConnor outflnishing Redfern on Eldred which should have won Eldred showed the most speed and is in good form Mafineuse finished strongly in the worst going Our Lizzie ran well at the weights Chappie was shut off at the start andv was in the worst going on the rail Alzuras dicky knees hurt her Tiburon probably short quit badly after showing a good burst of speed in the heaviest going Educate tired badly after showing a likely turn of speed until rounding for homo J JScratched Scratched 30307 Rinaldo IL 107 30259 Lost Girl 103 30205 Fridolin 101 101Overweights Overweights Chappie 3 pounds 3O324 SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Yz M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30256 MALASPINA 107 7 11 li H 11 L Jackson Mallowmot Farm 8 10 8 3 30112 ROYAL ROGUE 109 2 44 24 24 23 OConnor J C Nealon 658585710 30206 ARTHUR RAY 112 6 61 64 41 34 E Jones J L Clayton Co 8 20 20 10 30256 TORILA 10711 54 31 S 44 Bullman E I Wheeler 6983 30289 BENDARA BENDARA301583MARELIO 112 10 9 7 62 52 J Mathews J Burrows 10 12 12 5 301583MARELIO 109 1 7 SH SH 64 Mounce D S Fountain 3 3 1151 30289 ESTERNELL 107 5 8 9 8 72 J Woods J W Schorr 10 20 20 8 29430 CHANDOO 112 9 10 10 9 8 Troxler TH Stevens 20 30 30 12 30256 MONTANA PEERESS 95 J Ranch Chinn Forsytho 8 15 15 6 30256 JOHN H CARR 109 8 11 11 10 103 Conley MrsIHTuborville 30 100 100 30 30049 WANDERING BOY 109 3 31 8 11 11 See La Siesta Ranch 40 60 60 2Q Time 244 514 110 110Winner Winner Br f by Brutus Miowera MioweraWent Went to post at 2 43 At post 2 minutes Start good Won handily second driving Maiaspintf quickly took the lead stuck remarkably well throughout and was the best Royal Rogue tired in tha last quarter Arthur Ray was lucky and under good handling closedstrongly in the best going on the outside Torila tired when the pinch came Bendara made up a lot of ground Marelio ran badly Montana Peeress showed much speed but was anchored in the deep going throughout and was eased up in the last furlong She should have finished closer up Scratched upScratched 30187 Sir Glaus 109 109Malaspina Malaspina show 6 to 5 Royal Rogue show 1 to 3 Arthur By show 5 to 1 Marelio show 1 to 2 O C O O K THIRD RACE7 78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M 54 2C StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30207 DANGEROUS MAID 5 107 2 21 H H IH m J Ranch BurnsWaterhse 85 11511545 30174 DUNBLANE 5110 16 34 23 23 22 Bullman W B Jennings Co4 6 34 1 30243 MISSION 5 102 3 41 6 31 3 35 McGinn J Wilson 20 50 50 15 302CS MONDA 0 102 C U 41 4 4 Winslett W P Fine 30 100 100 40 30101 SEA LION 6 105 4 34 52 6 58 510 L Jackson Caesar Young 2 11511545 30226COMING 1151154530226COMING EVENT 5 110 5 12 2 53 6 6 Mounce C Earl Co 45595 Time 45595Time 24 494 1 164 1 30 30Winner Winner Ch m by St Leonards Handmaid HandmaidWent Went to post at 3 06 At post 2 minutes Start straggling Won Sriving second easily Dangerous Maid ran a particularly game race on a track none too much to her liking Her advantage at the start enabled her to beat Dunblane which was nearly left at the post and which closed a tremendous gap Mission went particularly well in the going and closed much ground in the last half mile Monda is steadily improving Sea Lion heavily bandaged ran badly Coming Event dropped out of the conten ¬ tion unexpectedly at the far turn turnScratched Scratched 302262King Dellis 105 Overweights Dunblane 5 pounds Coming Event 3 Dangerous Maid show 1 to 3 Dunblane show 1 to 2 Mission show 4 to 1 Sea Lion show 1 to 3 30326 F FOURTH RACE34 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St H Vz H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30276 KENILWORTH 4 105 4 li 13 12 11 L Jackson W H Ketchiman 1 1 3513 29242PAUL 351329242PAUL CLIFFORD 4 102 2 22 24 2a 214 Gannon L V Bell 4441 30294 THE FRETTER 6 105 1 34 35 3 35 OConnor F J ORourke 66675 275302ALL 66675275302ALL GREEN 4 105 5 5 5 41 43 J Ranch BurnsWaterhse 3 20 20 5 30293 REY DARE 4 102 3 4 41 5 5 J Daly C G White 7 15 15 5 Time 24 48 1 14 Winner 14Winner BessWent Br c by Sir Modred Queen Bess Went to post at 332 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second handily Kenilworth was sore but under clever handling ran a good race He showed only moderate form however in beat ¬ ing the badly ridden Paul Clifford which lost much ground rounding into the stretch but came strongly just at the end The Fretters fairly close third makes the race a poor one All Green looked high and was probably unfit but went well for a half mile at that thatScratched Scratched 293202Joe Frey 105 105Kenilworth Kenilworth show out Paul Clifford show 2 to 5 The Fretter show 2 to 5 O f O f rj FIFTH RACE Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile Purse 500 OO I 4yearolds and upward The Pass Robles Handicap Ind Horses A Wt t M J4 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29350SCORPIO 5 106 5 13 H 12 IN L Jackson W H Ketchiman 10 12 9 303112DUCKOY 5 110 6 6 42 2H 26 OConnor G B Morris 75 75 91013 302763FRANK 91013302763FRANK BELL 6 115 1 41 31 42 31 Mounce J W ONeall Co 4 8 8 2 30240TOWER OF CANDLES 4 102 2 2H 22 31 45 J Ranch Caesar Young 85 34 34 65 30224 J BOGGS 5 99 3 54 6 6 53 J Daly J S Gibson 8 20 20 6 30273 GUSTO 5 97 4 31 51 53 6 Redfern P Howley 10 15 12 4 Time 1 11 Winner B g by Chorister Zodiac ZodiacWent Went to post at 359 At post 1 minutes Start fair Won driving second easily Scorpio off well in his stride opened up a winning gap early but was tiring at the end Duckoy got off badly and his jockey was slow to send him along He closed resolutely and was much the best Frank Bell was over ¬ weighted and was unable to stride freely in the going Tower of Candles tired badly in the peculiar going quarterScratched Gusto can do better He tired badly after going a quarter Scratched 30207 Ordnung 110 110Scornio Scornio show evens Duckov show out Frank Bell show 3 to 5 Townr of Handles show 3 to 5 QQOQ SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Ind Horses A Wt St 1A Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO F 30260FLORONSO 7 112 7 56 55 22 li 12 OConnor P McGuire 4Tl 4513 30260 HUNGARIAN 6 106 2 1 22 H 21 2s Troxler G W Miller 10 30 30 8 302263SIR LEWIS 3 89 1 44 4 5 32 33 J Daly MJDaly 55465 30173 QUADRA 3 93 3 33 SH 3 43 48 L Jackson GW Snider Co 3 5 5 85 30243ANNA B 3 94 6 62 68 6 65 52 Redfern E Kaufman Co 20 40 40 15 30208CAPTIVATE 4 102 4 2H In 41 52 6io J Ranch P Hildroth 20 70 70 20 30106 LODE STAR 8 110 5 7 7 7 7 75 Mounce D OKeefo t Co 7 10 10 4 302232BRAGG 302232BRAGGRan 3 92 8 8 8 8 8 8 W Knapp T Rowo 7 12 12 5 Ran as Snowberry Time 24 49 1144 142 146 Winner B g by Fonso Florence E EWent Went to post at 4 25 At post 3 minutes Start good Won in a canter second driving Floronso broke flat footed quickly took a good position and forged to the front at the stretch turn with great ease Hungarian was again in great form and demonstrated ho is strictly a mud horse running a good race under a bad rids Ho finished strongly after swerving badly in the stretch Sir Lewis partial to the going ran well throughout Quadra tired in the going Anna B dislikes mud Captivate showed much speed and evidently likes mud W Knapp appeared too light to make Bragg extend himself with justice Lode Star broke down Floronso was bid up by F W Doss to 800 which was 400 over hi entered selling price but was retained by his owner Scratched30204Captain Gaines109 30221SonatorTUatts109 3027230smond106 30259 Plead 102 Overweights 102Overweights Lode Star 1 pound Floronso show out Hungarian show 4 to 1 Sir Lewis show 3 to 5 Page  SPRING MEETING SUMMER MEETING JUNE 7 TO JUNE 20 HflRLEHI JOCKEY CLUB BEGINS AUGUST 4 CHICAGO FOR SPRING DAYS OF RACING ENTRIES Stakes AND MEETINGS SUMMER 1902 FOR OVER A TOTAL OF 200000 CLOSE ENTRIESCLOSE CLOSEMONDAY MONDAY Feby 10 Full Values in Cash Purses for Horses of Class with 500 to 1000 Added AddedEvents Events for Jumpers Over a Perfect Course Stakes for Fall Meeting Announced in July JulyThe The 20th Century Stakes Handicap 5OOO scale Those entered to be sold for 3500 to carry 150 to third horse The winner to be sold at auc The Youngster Stakes 1500 Added Esti Added Estimated Value 7500 For 3year weight for ago 3 lbs allowed for each 500 to 2000 tion Horses entered to besold for 3000 to carry mated Value 3000 For 2yearolds foals of olds and upward Entrance 15 each 100 addi then 1 Ib for each 100 to 800 A winner in 1902 of scale weight 2 lbs allowed for each 250 to 2000 1900 Entrance 10 each 50 additional to start tional to start 5000 added of which 700tosec a race of the value of 1200 to be entered for not less then 1 Ib for each 1GO to 1000 then 2 lbs for each 1500 added of which 300 to second and 150 to ond and 300 to third horse Weights to be an than 1500 Starters with selling prices must be 100 to 700 A winner after March 31 of a race of third horse A winner of stakes of the value of nounced three days before the day appointed for named through entry box at the usual hour of clos the value of 1000 to be entered for not less than 1200 to carry 3 lbs of two such stakes of the race A winner of other than a selling purse ing the day preceding the race and those so named 1200 Starters with selling prices must be named of the value of 2000 5 lbs of three or stakes one race after the announcement of weights to carry 5 will be liable for starting fee One and onesix through entry box at the usual hour of closing the of the value of 1000 each or of one of or the more value of ibsextra One and three sixteenths miles teenth miles day preceding the and those race so named willjbo 4000 8 lbs extra Nonwinners of a race of the allowedAdded The Harlem Stakes Handicap 3500 The Garden City Stakes Handicap 2000 liable for starting fee One mile value of 900 that have not won five races allowed Added maidolds Estimated Value 575O For 3year Added Estimated Value 3GOO For 3vear Tlli jvtitp Stakes ftl fJOO Added Fsti 21 s three races 5 lbs two races 8 lbs maid olds and upward Entrance 15 75 additional to olds and upward Entrance 10 each 50 addi mated Vilue finiiU ens 13 lbs maidens beaten four or more times 18 rj OOO For 2 ld start 5500 added of which 00 to second and tional to start 2 000 added of which 400 to sec Entrance tioH ffVvil lbs Flve furlon 250 to third horse Weights to be announced ond and 200 to third horse Veights to be an M rnn 00 10 eac h 50 add to start e days before the day appointed for the race nounced three days before the day appointed for h1rd rnnadded added of whirh 00 tn sprnntl nnd nr 0tn hc P0vsStak r lS c lll s1o01mldet x A inner of other than a selling purse race after the race A winner of other than a selling purse tlffi horao A Va winner Ybng ° ro of stakes of the value of E ate4 alue Jn30 or 2yearolds foals the foalsthe announcement of to 5 lbs ° T two ° such stakes or of one weights extra race after the carry announcement of weights to carry 5 fthrelor SS0 additional toBtatt One toBtattOne and oneeighth miles lbs extra Six furlongs g T value lu 5s mora ° stakes tralcei0ic f the of each 8 lbs extra X to hS Horlesentfred Kd foWoOolo The Chicago Stakes S000 Added Esti The M Lewis Clark Stakes 2000 Added ners of a race of the value of 600 that have not weight Ibf to mated Value 350O For 3yeardlds and up Estimated Value 330O For 3yearolds foals won three races allowed 3 lbs two races 5 lbs carrv scale allovpd for 0 to ward Entrance 10 each 50 additional to start of 1899 Entrance 10 each 65 additional to start maidens 10 lbs maidens that have run in a stakes w mn wvi thpn 1 Tor 01 00 wm V VnnniroF nnniroF 2000 added of which 400 to second and 200 to 2000 added of which 400 to second and 200 to and not been placed in such 13 lbs Four and one f of thV v1m Sartors nf Si Jm to h hntnr ntnr H for f third horse A winner fter March 1 1902 of a third horse Weights 5 lbs below the scale A half furlones fj thin Si GOO with Rollins nrWTmnsf Stakes of the value of 3000 or of three stakes of winner of a 3yearold stakes of the value of 2000 amed nronrfi entrv b bx x afth nn hCr nf the value of 1000 each to carry a lbs extra selling after March 15 to carry 3 lbs of two such stakes or Tlle Graduate Stakes 150O Added Esti namel namelwill closfng tt daj preedln the race and those so f4 not considered Nonwinners after March of one of 4 X after March 15 5 lbs of three or nmted Value 360o For 2yearold colts and will be ifiaWe for startingYee Five andono 11902 of a race of the value of 1500 allowed 5 lbs more 3yearolds stakes of the value of 2000 each geidings foais of 190o Entrance 10 each 50 ad half furlongs of 800 8 lbs of 500 12 lbs of 400 15 lbs One selling races excepted after March 15 8 lbs extra t I to start 1500 added of h 300 to sec le ond and 150 tothird horse A winner of a stakes The Junior Stakes = A nonwinner of two races of the value Handicap 150O Add of 600 leach 3yearplds of the value of 1 OOQ to carry 3 lbs of two such ed Estimated Value 3000 For The Austin Stakes Selling 1500 Added in 1902 allowed 3 lbs of one such 5 2yearolds Btakes or of one of the value of 11005 3 of foals of 1900 Entrance 10 each 50 additional 1500 added of which 300 to eecond and 150 to third The Riverside Stakes Selling 1500 Add 600 that have not won three races allowed 3 lbs days before the day eg o for e the announce ree horeo The winner unless otherwise stipulated ed Estimated Value appointed race A win 3 OOO For 3yearolds two races 5 lbs maidens 10 lbs maidens that nerof other than when named to start to be sold at auction Horses foals of 1899 Entrance 10 each 50 additional have run in a stakes and nob been placed in such nouncementof a selling purse race after the an entered not to be sold to carry 5 lbs above the to start 1500 added of which 300 to second and 13 lbs Five furlonge furlongs weights to carry 5 lbs extra Six N Entrance fees must accompany nominations Entry blanks may be had upon application to the Secretary or to the office of Daily Racing Form Address nominations and all communications to M NATHANSON Secy 815 Merchants Loan and Trust Bide Chicago American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains all racing records at large revised and complete up to the end of 1901 four handicapping systems with directions for their practical application a table showing how to compute bookmaking per ¬ centages track records of all the recognized tracks of the country the western and eastern scales of weights tables showing the comparative speed of tracks a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1901 of any consequence trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the new 2 15 trotters of 1901 Also a complete record of performances at all styles of billiards PEDIGREE BLANKS On linen paper artistically edged in colors ruled and arranged for six generations of sires and dams of individuals and their ancestors Ten cents each 100 per dozen 350 per hundred No owner of a stallion should be without a supply supplyDAILY DAILY RAGING FORM 124126 Fifth Avenue Chicago 111 Racing Dates Of 1902. RACING DATES OF 1902 Crescent City J C New Orleans Jan 1 March 15 15Oakland Oakland Cal Jan 1 1Charleston Charleston S C Jan 1 1New New Louisiana J C New Orleans March 17 22 Little Rock Ark March 24 29 29March Washington Bennings March 27 April 12 Memphis Tenn March 21 April 23 Aqueduct N Y April 15 May 1 Kinloch Park St Louis April 15 May 2 Lakeside Ind April 15 30 Nashville Tenn April 24 MayS New Louisville Ky May 1 24 Worth 111 May 1 24 Morris Park N Y May 2 22 Fair Association St Louis LouisBrooklyn May 3 June 28 Brooklyn N Y May 24 June 13 Latonia Ky May 26 June 20 Hawthorne Chicago May 26 June 6 Harlem Chicago June 7 June 20 Sheepshead Bay N Y June 14 July 4 Washington Park Chicago June 21 July 19 Delmar Park St Louis June 30 August 13 Brighton Beach N Y July 5 August 2 Hawthorne Chicago July 21 August 2 Saratoga N Y August 4 29 Harlem Chicago August 4 16 Kinloch Park St Louis August 14 20 Hawthorne Chicago August 18 30 30Sheepshead Sheepshead Bay N Y August 30 September 13 13Harlem Harlem Chicago September 1 13 13Delmar Delmar Park St Louis September 1 30 30Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago September 15 27 27Brooklyn Brooklyn N Y September 15 October 4 4Harlem Harlem Chicago September 29 October 6 6Morris Morris Park N Y October 6 25 25Worth Worth 111 October 7 November 1 1Aqueduct Aqueduct N Y October 27 Novembers NovembersLakeside Lakeside Ind Novembers 20 Now Ready. NOW READY READYThe The American Sporting Manual for 1902 is now ready for sale It contains all the features that have served to make it popular and useful hereto ¬ fore together with a new handicap table and other additions of value It embraces five handicapping tables a bookmaking percentage table all racing records revised to thelast day of 1901 track records a comprehensive record of the pugilistic contests of 1901 trotting and pacing records a list of 215 trotters of 1901 and many other items of great value to all who desire to keep track of the records of healthy sports of all kinds