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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, March 2, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902030201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, March 2, 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  Dily = v i KfUi KfU VOL TUT STO 53 CHICAGO SUNDAY MAECH 2 1902 PRICE 5 CENTS Harlem Stake Horses. HARLEM STAKE HOUSES Below the entries to two of the most important Harlem stakes will be found It can easily be seen that the best horses of the west are named to com ¬ pete for the rich Twentieth Century Handicap and the Garden City Handicap has attracted a remark ¬ able band of sprinters The entries are as follows The Twentieth Century Stakes Handicap For threeyearolds and upward Entrance 15 each 100 additional to start 5000 added of which 700 to the second and 2CO to the third horse Weights to be announced three days before the day ap ¬ pointed for the race A winner of other than a selling purse race after the announcement of weights to carry 5 Ibs extra 101 nominations One and three sixteenths miles Horses HorsesBalm Balm of Gilead WJDeboo Aladdin Dick Burgess Argregor The Ledaean LedaeanAmpere Ampere Omdurman Bessie Spahr SpahrOrontas Orontas Semper YigilansScintillant Yigilans Scintillant ScintillantSir Sir Hercules Herculeslieroyd lieroyd lieroydA A D Gibson GibsonAlvescot AlvescotHargis Alvescot Hargis HargisSpecific Specific SpecificIFlying IFlying Torpedo Jingler JinglerJessie Jessie Jarboe JarboeJRoyal JRoyal Victor VictorDark Dark Secret SecretSt St Marcos MarcosBoiling Boiling Boer BoerHermencia Hermencia HermenciaTolamon Tolamon TolamonHottentot Hottentot Horses HorsesMagi Magi Abe Frank Blennen worth Frangible Aeneas Marcos South Breeze Odnor The Monk Merriment Sardonic Fancy Man Marta Santa Mint Sauce Alta Loma Silurian JYKirby The Unknown Position Dont Ask Me Ethel Wheat Red Tip Waring The Lady McChesnoy Searcher Vulcain Hunter Baino Horses HorsesFingal Fingal Bedeck Alaska Owenton Autolight Six Shooter Wax Taper Death The Pride St Simonian Joe Frey Flora Pomona PomonaDewey Dewey Magnetic Alard Articulate John Bright Cambrian Miracle II Wellesley Knightbanneret Andy Williams Pink Coat Horses Age AgeJiminez Jiminez 4 4Hernando Hernando 4 4Duke Duke of Connaught 3 3Water Water Cure 5 5Denman Denman Thompson 4 4Belles Belles Commoner 3 3Rastus Rastus 8 8Cyrano Cyrano 5 5Cpnstellator Cpnstellator 5 5Silverdale Silverdale 4 4Lady Lady Schorr 4 4Otis Otis 3 3Florizar Florizar 5 5Nitrate Nitrate 4 4Greyfeld Greyfeld 6 6Major Major Mansir 5 5Caviar Caviar 5 5Admonition Admonition 4 4Scarlet Scarlet Lily 5 5The The Conqueror II 5 5Sarilla Sarilla 5 5Leo Leo Newell 4 The Garden City Stakes Handicap For three yearolds and upward Entrance 10 each 50 ad ¬ ditional to start 2000 added of which 400 to second and 200 to third horse Weights to be an ¬ nounced three days before the day appointed for the race A winner of other than a selling purse race after the announcement of weights to carry 5 Ibs extra 131 nominations Six furlongs Horses A ABalm Balm of Gilead W J Deboe Ice King Prince of Reason Sweet Tooth Ed Austin Blennen worth Marshalsea If You Dare Aeneas Ampere Pronta uality essie Spahr Odnor Marta Santa Sir Hercules Cactus II Silver Fizz A D Gibson Aurica Corblets Bay Henry Zitt Toah Silurian Specific Montamc Sharp Bird Kiss Quick Dont Ask Me Yellow Tail Haydon Dark Secret Federal St Marcos Vulcain Golden Age Bummer Frank Morrison Attelle Scorpio Brannigan Preotorius Muresca Goal Runner Inspector Shea Ethelbald Denman Thompson Harney ThompsonHarney Gallantrie Little Jack Homer HomerDeath Death Geprgie Brixton Cpnstellator Silverdale Charles W Meyer Otis Jack McGinnis Jack Rattlin Jim Hale Wainamoinen Sweet Billio Glen Water Jimmy Howe May Beach Horses HorsesEricsell Ericsell Andes Fancy Flieht Paul Clifford Abe Frank Herodiade The Rush Miss Brandon Phoenissa CarlKahlor Nellie Waddell WaddellDuelist Duelist Tayon John A Morris Merriment Rose Tree Planudes Ailyar Cuban Girl Taurus Grey Fox Harrow Memnon Hargis Lady Berkeley The Unknown Bard of Avon Lenncp Doublet Dollvuet Sly Red Tip Waring Gonfalon The Lady McChesno Hunter liaino Headwater Jiminez Kenilworth Afghan Stella Feikms Lass of Langden Anglesea Colonel Maflitt Irinas Choice Loone Messina Burnie Bnnton Wauiuta Savoy Kentucky Faranlass The Pride Introductor Joe Frey Flora Pomona Father Wentker WentkerMaggie Maggie Davis Articulate Rag Tag Elsie L Maude Gonne Fromage de Brie Money Muss MONTHLY FORM BOOKS The Form Book for February is ready for sale and includes the racing of March 1 Papni i leather coyer 150 CO American Derby Betting. AMERICAN DERBY BETTING James OLeary reports many wagers laid in the course of the past week in the future books on the American Derby Brooklyn and Suburban Handi ¬ caps Declarations from the latter two races hav ingibeen made those now left in will be eligible to start up to the customary forty minutes before the race The principal transactions of the week were as follows followsAMERICAN AMERICAN DEBBY DEBBYAbe Abe Frank 5000 to 500 from Little Rock Ark Anna Elliott 50000 to 200 from St Louis Arian 10000 to 200 from Memphis Blackmore 25000 to 2CO from Chicago Belles Commoner 11250 to 150 from Cincinnati Endurance by Right 4500 to 300 from New York City CityCameron Cameron 12500 to 250 from New York City Escalante 10000 to 200 from San Francisco Homestead 7500 to 300 from San Francisco Hyphen 15000 to 500 from Pittsburg Jaubert 12000 to 400 from Chicago McChesney 5000 to 500 from Memphis Quaker 45000 to 150 from St Louis Wyeth 7EOO t6 SCO from Chicago ChicagoBROOKLYN BROOKLYN HANDICAP HANDICAPAlcedo Alcedo 6000 to 500 fron Brooklyn Blues 4800 to 600rfrom New York City Roehampton 10000 to 500 from New York City His Eminence 12000 to 300 from Baltimore Caviar 15000 to 300 from Chicago Toddy 10000 to 250 from Philadelphia Pentecost 6000 to 200 from Louisville Flywheel 8000 to 200 from Boston All Gold 9000 to 150 from Kansas City City6UBUHBAN 6UBUHBAN HANDICAP HANDICAPBonnibert Bonnibert 7500 to 500 from Chicago Garry Hermann 6250 to 250 from Detroit Advance Guard 4500 to 300 from Detroit Brigadier 10000 to 4CO from New York City Argregor 12000 to 200 from Chicago Blue Girl 10500 to 350 from Philadelphia Dixieline 10000 to 200 from New York City New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW NEW ORLEANS LA March 1 Eightyfirst day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 00 p m O f O O t FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St Vz A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P Hi 12 12 m Lindsay Daniels Co 1 1 910 out 30722 KISS QUICK 5 100 7 6 41 31 2H Otis C Strassenburg 6 7 7 30397 WEIRD 710312 3 211 22 32 Young J A Johnson 566 23748 BOB BAKER 4 99 5 7 7 41 4 J Rice M Blardone Co 10 10 9 30772 AHAMO 5 101 9 887 53 Gormley JJ MacKessey 20 30 30 10 1030S16OLEKMA 30S16OLEKMA 5 95 4 2 3 52 61 Helgeson V Hughes Co 12 15 15 6 30802ANNU 4 92 6 52 5 BH 7 Preston CH WilliamsCo 12 15 15 6 30330 tSOCAPA 4 103 8 9 9 9 81 J Miller J McNaught 10 12 10 4 29160 OSCAR 10CORVUS 4 106 3 42 G 8 93 Weir C E Rowe 10 30 30 10 CORVUS 5 109 10 10 10 10 10 Prince Doll Bros 30 60 60 20 Apprentice allowance Time 241 49 1 14i 14iWinner CalypsoWent Winner Br g by Pontiac Calypso Went to pot at 1 59 At post 8 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Sir Christopher had a lengths advantage and was well in motion when the flag fell He was doing his best all the way Kiss Quick ran well aud finished strongly Weird was tiring at the end and was used up in chasing thei leader Ahamo was as good as left and made up much ground Olekma showed early speed Overweights speedOverweights Weird 11 pounds Ahamo 1 1Kiss Kiss Quick sbow evens Weird show evei rQO SECOND RACE 13 Mile Purse 300 2yearolds Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St V 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30742FRANK RICE 113 2 3H 23 11 Landry H J Scoggan 2 18518575 30381 TOM MAYBIN 108 3 11 H 26 Odom J D Crimmins Jr 2 1152 46 S07362THE DON 108 4 41 53 3 J Miller H T Griffin 477 115 S070i3MERRY 115S070i3MERRY SISTER 110 7 51 4n 4 Lyne R WWaldenSons21 13513545 30604 16EUFALA SWEET NELL 10815 6 61251 Slack PARenaud 10 16 16 16 EUFALA 105 1 21 31 610 Young Tholl Bros 50 100 100 40 30849 DISAPPOINTMENT C 97 6 777 Battiste J M Stokes Co 40 100 100 40 307863 WILTON 110 RanawaywithdrawnERobertsonT Licalzi 88 83 Time 83Time 12 24 351 48 Winner 48Winner Gr c by Dr Rico Frances D DWent Went to post at 2 S2 At post 18 minutes Start good Won handily second easily Frank Bice was flutfocttcl when tho flag fell but wore the leaders down in the first quarter He was then cut off at the furloner post when he attempted to come through on the inside and Landry pulled up and came around Tom Maybin He outgamed tho latter when it came to a drive and was drawing away at tho end Tom Maybin ran an excellent race The Don was hustled along all the way Sweet Nell is a bad actor and unseated Slack while at the post Wilton ran a half mile to a false break She stumbled in the nest break and threw Robertson and stepped on him Eufala showed early speed speedScratched Scratched S08493Sue Vius 97 97Overweights poundsFrank Overweights Sweet Nell 31 pounds Frank Rice show 3 to 5 Tom Maybin show out The Don show evens Merry Sister show out 30884 T THIRD RACE 1 18 Miles Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Horses A Wt St St M 1A X StrFiu Jockeys Owners O H C P S0815INTRUSIVE 7 129 2 41 41 43 42 2 li Odom J D Crimmins Jr 1 1 1 25 S0743 MYNHEER 5107 3 li 12 12 11 21 Landry FGAltman 443 45 S08333MALAY 6 108 5 2 2 2n 2 41 3 Otis T Carey 4 41 4i 1 0T Tl I VvDFOr FizorCo 88785 30817STRANGEST 6 100 1 5 5 5 5 5 5 J Miller A Simons 15 20 20 a Time 25 50 1 16i 1 42 1 55 Winner 55Winner Ch h by Meddler Frolic Grace GraceWent Went to post at 3 15 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second handily Intrusive was poorly handled Odom allowed him to be cut off a half dozen times but he came strongly when begot clear in the run home Ho had to outclass his field to win Mynheer showed showedmuch much speed but hung when called on Malay ran well and finished strongly Ida Ledford quit Overweights quitOverweights poundsNo Strangest 2 pounds No show bittj bittjnf nf on fir = fc three O QQK FOURTH RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward f J O O O The Speed Handicap 1000 added Value to winner 1250 rlorses A tSt Ki Vz i btrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P ncJST CUTHBBRT 6 6116 116 3 3300Ji 31 12 mil Odom E Trotter 2 21 1151 300Ji MAGGiJi DAVIS 6 So 8 8301813ALI5ULA 5 o oi 1 WWaldo W M Sloan 8993 301813ALI5ULA 4 90 5 41 41 42 S Wilkerson Lamasney Co 20 20 20 8 30703 ANDES 6 104 1 130S51TOM 8 8 SSK 42 Otis J Arthur 24432 30S51TOM KINGSLEY 7 99 7 61 511 6 5K Lyno C A Johnson Co6 662 30591 SEVOY 7 126 6 2 i 21 21 6 Landry J Call Co 4 7 7 2i 30374 MARIE BELL 3 96 4 430S682AMIGARI 7 7 7 72 Gormley M Blardone Co 7 8 8 3 30S682AMIGARI 3 92 2 li 6 = 8 8 Helgeson Mrs E Harris 12 15 15 6 Time 25 491 114 114Winner Winner Ch g by St Carlo San hi Cruz CruzWent Went to post at 318 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second the same St Cuthbort sliovxd the laosi s iutl and wout to the front without much of an effort but was doing his best all through tho last furlong to stall off Maggie Davis The latter had a rough trip was cut off on the back stretch and Waldo had to pull up and go through a tight place next to tho inside rail and came strongly in the run home Wilkerson was not strong enough to do Albula justice This is a fair horse and is good Andes mido up a lot of ground in the last oixteenth now St Cuthbert show 1 to 2 Maggie Davis show evens Albula show 4 to 1 Andes show 3 to 5 r rQO FIFTH RACE 1 1 Miles Purse 300 Jyoarolds and upward Selling Ind Horse A Wt St bt M Vz A StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H C P PCA 308042S1LVER Johnsor307443BEANA COIN 5107 3 31 2 IH I K 11 Hi Hoyd C CA A Johnson t Co2i 14514535 307443BEANA FizerCo30852EL 6 108 1 5 5 5 43 46 21 T Walsh FizerCo 1 75 65 25 30852EL GHOR 6 105 5 4n 41 2 2H 2 3 Otis G W Curtis 21 21 21 1 S05S9 CurtisS05S9 CHARLES D 6 1081 2 21 31 41 3 31 43 Landry F G Altman 20 20 10 3 30866 EL MORAN 5 99 4 11 11 3 = 5 5 5 Gormley L A Buisson 50 60 60 10 Apprentico BuissonApprentico allowance Time 24J 501 1 17 1 421 2 09 09Winner Winner Br h by Patton Dosta DostaWent Went to post at 418 At post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Silver Coin took command when his rider was ready and was never iu trouble at any stage Beana restraint to tho far turn She closed up some ground when Walsh went to work on her in the was home under El Qhor and Charles D tired in tho last quarter El Moran showed a dash of early speed run Overweights Charles D 31 pounds vi show betting on first three Q AQ Q fT SIXTH RACE 1 Mile Purs 300 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses AWtSt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 303532 ALGIE M 4 100 5 3 IH IKK Otis W Weir 2 265 12 30770 BALLOON 4 99 1 21 31 41 43 22 Earlo J W Howell 15 15 10 4 30833 CHOICE 4 110 3 Hi U H 2K 31 Odom EJ Arnold Co 4 7 7 2i 30S062DIGBY BELL 3 85 7 8 8 7 6i 4n W Waldo W M Sloan 307852BLUE RIDGE 3 82 8 62 4 K 2 3 51 Feicht J Robertson Co 2 125125710 30S52ANNIE THOMPSON 4 94 4 5 5 5 oi 6S Boyd ACMcCafferty 10 13 13 5 30723EIGHT BELLS 7 98 6 41 62 8 8 715 Helgeson M S Hughes Co 20 40 40 15 30784MUSKET 30784MUSKETApprentice 6 100 27 7 6 7 8 J Rico E Norris Co 20 150 150 40 Apprentice allowance Time 25 50 1 16 1 42l Winner 42lWinner Ch f by Hanover Johnetta JohnettaWent Went to post at 416 At post 3 minutes Start good Won drivinsr second easily Algie M was under punishment all through the last fnnlong and was driving to the limit at the end to stall off Bal ¬ loon The latter came fast through the stretch and was going strongly at the end Choice showed the most early speed but found the route too far Digby Bell made up a lot of ground in the run home He got in a jam at the first turn and was temporarily knocked out of it Blue Ridge had a rough trip and was interfered with several times and cut off offScratched Scratched 30771 Avatar 103 103Overweights poundsAlsie Overweights Algio M 41 pounds Alsie M show out Balloon show 3 to 2 Choice show evens Blue Ridge show out 30888 O f O O Q SEYEN SEVENTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 307082CARL KAHLER 4 107 1 13 1H 11 Otis HatfieldOwnbey 71071012 out 30831 JOHN GRIGSBY 5 109 2 62 4K 21 Odom EJ Arnold Co 6 10 10 2i 30785 BEN HULLUM 3 92 3 2i 2i 32 W Waldo GWInnesCo 6 30802 30802HAIDEE 10279832DAN HAIDEE 4 92 7 4n 41 SSK 4 Boyd B V Prather 30 40 40 10 279832DAN PAXTON 4 104 6 777 5 Young J DDearingBroSO 40 40 10 308313LADY KENT 5 99 4 3 5 3 62 J Rice F Baumheckel 4 15 15 5 30851ORLA 30851ORLAApprentice 3 88 5 2j 3 6 7 Helgeson E Whalen 4 4 4 1 Apprentice allowance Time 24 48 1 14 Winner IIWent Br c by His Highness Lilita II Went to post at 515 At post 4 minutes Start good Wpn handily second easily Carl Kahler was best and showed the most speed and set a fast pace but was doiug his best at the end to stall off John Grigsby The latter had to go all around his field to get up and ran an excellent race Ben Hul lum hung when it came to a drive Lady Kent was cut off at the far turn Orla quit almost to a walk at the racingScratched end She is probably getting too much racing Scratched 30676 Adil 101 30283 Siphon 91 Overweights poundsJohn 91Overweights Lady Kent 2 pounds John Grigsby show 4 to 5 Ben Hullum show evens Page  Important Notice. IMPORTANT NOTICE On Tuesday March 4 the third train Reaving the Union Depot for Lorillard will be held TEN MIN ¬ UTES after the departure of Prince Henrys spec ¬ ial which is scheduled to leave at 2 sharp sharpOwing Owing to the crowds which will congregate in and about the Union Depoton the 4th to witness the departure of the Prince passengers for Lorillard should make an effort to catch the first two trains and where convenient to take trains at Western Av Oakland Ticker Odds. OAKLAND TICKER ODDS First Race Montoya 11 to 5 and 7 to 10 first Lemuel 2 to 1 second Inocencia third Time 118 118Second Second Race Phil Archibald 9 to 2 and 7 to 5 first Hilary 1 to 2 second Loyal S third Time 1 16K 16KThird Third Race Dorian 7 to 2 and 8 to a first Bas senzo 1 to 2 second Cuban Girl third Time 1 201 201Fourth Fourth Race Sombrero 4 to 5 and 1 to 3 first Corrigan 3 to 5 second Water Scratch third Time 216h 216hFifth Fifth Race Mission 4 to 1 and 7 to 5 first For mero 3 to 5 second Hungarian third Time 149 149Sixth Sixth Race Dnckoy evens and 2 to 5 first Mee hanns 3 to 5 seconfl Impromptu third Time 132 DAILYilfiCINeFORM ISSUED EVERY DAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL OESAN OF OFTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB EDITOR AND PKOPEIETOE F H BEUNELL BEUNELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOE CLINTON C RILET RILETSECEETAEY SECEETAEY MES F H BEUNELL Batored in the Post Office at Chicago as second class matter DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph ISAISGIFIFTHJAVE CHICAGO IIXINOIS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS COPYRIGHTED nttred according to Act of Congress in the year 1902 by Frank H Brunell in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C USA USAIlht Ilht chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FORM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will bo keenly pro ¬ tected TERMS TERMSPer Per Month 125 125Half Half Year J50 J50One One Year 1400 1400Ih Ih above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass mail mailDaily Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass mail in all cases cal subscriptions outsidd the down town dis ¬ trict will be declined at other than firstclass mail matter rates To be considered and answered all queries to DAILY BACINO FORM must be sent over the full name and with the address of the writer Those names and addresses are subject to a local and foreign directory test ST Louis Mo OFFICE 19 N BROADWAY BASE BASEHENT HENT M MURPHY AGENT AGENTON ON SALE AT 8 30 AM AMJDULY JDULY RACING FORM can bo delivered to any ad ¬ dress in St Louis LouisBack Back numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at tne at Louis office for telegraphic transmission 3KT20iT OFFICE 139 GEISWOLD STREET STREETFRANK FRANK E MCDONALD AGENT ON SALE AT 9 00 AM CIKOINKATI OFFICE408410 VlXE STBEET ON SALE AT NOON Mwr STEEETFEEETNEWS BiEocaAn AND NEWS Co NINTH AND WALNUT STREETS STREETSAT AT NASHVILLE TENN DUNCAN HOTEL HOTELAT AT BDTTE MONT KEEFE BEOS POST OFFICE NEWS STAND STANDAT AT MILWAUKEE Wis WisPLANKINTON PLANKINTON HOTEL NEWS STAND STANDATTOKONTO ATTOKONTO ONT ONTGEORGE GEORGE MCSWEENET IEOQDOIS HOTEL HOTELAT AT NEW ORLEANS LA H J HOLLE 641 COMMERCIAL PLACE PLACEAT AT BUFFALO N Y NEW TIFFT HOUSE HOUSEAT AT HOT SPRINGS ARK F C BOVING 418 CENTRAL V NUE NUEAT AT HAMHTONKENDRICK 900912 rlTHlSTBEET rlTHlSTBEETAT AT MEMPHIS TENN B M MANSFORD Co E H CLARKE BRO CHICAGO ILLINOIS MARCH 2 1902 American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains all racing records at largo revised and complete up to tho 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 tho country tho western and eastern scales of weights tables showing tho 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 tho new 215 trotters of 1901 Also a complete record of performances at all HOW 20 EARNS 6 EVERY DAY Got facts and figures Come behind tho curtain in turf speculation New 5th yearly edition booklet free under plain sealed cover You can win with My System copyrighted You cant win daily without it I Ii i MX SYSTEM CO URBANA 111 JAMES JAMESPrivate Private stable information TWO OR THREE SPECIALS a week Enclose stamp for reply Address AddressC C H JAMES P 0 Box 757 New Orleans LA OLEARYS FUTURE BOOK ON AMERICAN DERBY BROOKLYN AND SUBURBAN HANDICAPS HANDICAPSWrite Write for quotations Commissions handled on all races Long distance telephones Yards 628 and 654 654JAMES JAMES OLEARY 418389 S HALSTED ST STCHICAGO CHICAGO IIX Race Track Information Bureau BureauOur Our Office will be Closed Until Tuesday Morning MorningAccount Account of Death BUNCO BRONCHO WIRES WIRESSATURDAYFRANGIBLE SATURDAYFRANGIBLE 10 MONDAY LODWELSEA 10 TUESDAY SPECIAL SCRATCHED WEDNESDAY NO SPECLVL THURSDAY TOM KINGSLEY 2 FRIDAY PUBLICITY KILLED 20 TO 50 SPEC ¬ IAL FAVORITE REYNOLDS GO 72 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed a Oakland DaiIy2 MondayQuiet Tower of Candles TuesdayMild Schultz Fiamero Sombrero WednesdayGecrgie Vest Galanthus ThursdayRush Field Wolhurst Bassenzo FridayPhi Archibald SaturdaySombrero Duckoy DuckoySIR SIR CHRISTOPHER our advertised special at New Orleans won galloping 500 forfeit if the above were not given as straight winners winnersA MondayAn A BannerCard for Monday An under cover stake horse for Wednesday with good odds against him that will win like the above mentioned This is the kind of in ¬ formation that is bound to get the money We dont give eighteen races daily like other han dicappers dicappersNO NO HUMBUG OB GUESSING WIFH US USThe The Best of Reliable Information Informationby by Wire from Our Experts Daily DailyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT ST ST30O 30O Weekly Wired at 10 am A Certainty at Oakland OaklandThis This will bo another BILLY LYONS WON 40 TO 1 backed from 100 which I gave for a stiff bet on December 19 My information comes only a few times a month from THE RIGHT PEOPLE HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TEN SURE WINNERS for 20 and pay after you win Barnato 501 won Mont Eagle 121 won Bab 121 won Bragg 61 won A 10 flat bet on all I have given this season mada clear profit of 2395 Write for particularsand I will prove above assertion to you youC C W MOUINCE 1246 MICHIGAN AVE CHICAGO Monday IOI Good Thing 9 9First First Race KBW Orleans Third Race 4 to 10 to i and Sixth Race 8 to 30 to i iNext Next Friday Saturday Saturdayas as 8 to 20 10 to 50 to I each owned fcy such as Ryans in long preparation for a aBig Big Killing Big Killing KillingNOT NOT USING ALL THE RACES TODAY TODAYgave gave Derby and five other short priced winners WHICH A CHILD COULD HAVE PICKED PICKEDATTENTION ATTENTION I LEAVE MONDAY MONDAYto to join Mr Alardt south and come up the line to Memphis Will have a real good maiden or such lon shot almost daily COL J C WOOTERS WOOTERSThe The Strongest Handicap Force in the World WorldMr Mr George Calvin New Yorks most successful handicapper and his associate W J Brown an expert on weights that horses carry and will not carry and different conditions of track they will and will not run on Col J C Wooters and H J Alardt on EXTRA LONG SHOT SPECIALS Alardt now at Now Orleans Wm Brown assistant manager and secretary Henry Fitch advertising agent I have now the above force in action and I guarantee onethird of ALL STARTERS GIVEN TO WIN or redeem Price daily handicap sheets 100 EXTRA LONG SHOT SPECIALS ONE HORSE 200 or six horsa specials six days 1000 wired to any part of tho world Daily purchasers of regular handicap sheets receive chargeOn full benefit of all specials free of extra charge On sale at 1130 am at office 192 S Clark St in ticket office Phone Main 3548 News stand southeast StsWm corner Clark and Madison Sts Wm Brown assistant manager and secretary will take care of all misunderstandings and answer any and all questions Tel 3031 3031COL COL J C WOOTERS MGR BUNCOBRONCHO INFORMATION CO 91 Lincoln Ave Tel 3031 Dnnrborn Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather wet track heavy heavyFirst First Race 78 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp 30873 Casdale 6 110 690 30872 Harry Thatcher 5 110 700 30390 John Welch 5 110 710 30371 Killeen 5 110 700 700308553Talma 308553Talma 5 110 705 Golden 705Golden byFlambeau Light ch g by Flambeau Experiment 4 107 308552Courtier 4 107 720 S08193Rasp 720S08193Rasp 4 107 715 30208 Helen Smith 4 105 710 30855 Intrada 4 105 703 30823 Irate 4 105 725 725Second Second Race t 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds i 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp308582Larry 308582Larry Wilt 117 705 705308242Senator 308242Senator Bruce 117 690 308723Estado 690308723Estado 117 705 70530S58 30S58 Ingo 117 680 30819 Jerry Edwards 114 685 305933Doreeu 685305933Doreeu 112 725 725308092Parizade 308092Parizade 112 710 30747 Jungfrau 112 690 690Third Third Race 13 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Allowances308372Orosius 308372Orosius 113 725 SOSOSSDelsegno 725SOSOSSDelsegno 113 720 30803 J H Bennett 106 690 30856 Clarinetto 103 700 30837 Discharged 103 685 30856 Mamie 103 715 30856 Guida 103 705 30540 Minnie Trossel 103 710 Fourth Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30891 Moringa 7 114 114304583A 304583A 11 Green 4 114 11430891Dorian 30891Dorian 11 113 30891 Lomond 5 113 30505 Senator Matts 6 112 112305093Sunello 305093Sunello 5 110 11030S572Lode 30S572Lode Star 8 110 11030855Rush 30855Rush Fields 8 110 30390 Lavator 6 110 110308743Merops 308743Merops 1 6 110 30891 Major Hooker 7 110 29373 Frank Woods 5 110 11030807Louwelsea 30807Louwelsea 3 104 104Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 305102True Blue 8 106 30S71Edinborough 5 102 30S712Sir Dougal 5 99 30893 Mission 5 99 t30811 Maresa 4 98 30838 Jer id 1 6 97 30S54EIdred 4 94 30442AlohaII 5 94 30680 Kickumbob 5 94 30527 Light Ball 4 91 30170 Madge Simpson 4 89 Sixth Race Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 30812 Sea Lion 6 113 308543Young Morello 5 113 29130 Panamint 6 113 30642 Tho Singer 5 110 30S593Ned Dennis 5 110 30858 Midnight Chimes 5 108 30854 Clarando 6 108 30807 Scallywag 4 106 30680 Idaho Chief II 4 108 308732ElRey 4 106 30836 Educate 4 104 30523 The Hoodoo 4 104 Oakland Form. OAKXAND FORM FORMOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL March 1 The form of Mondays Oakland fields is First Race Irate Courtier Rasp Second Race Doreen Parizado Larry Wilt Third Race Orosius Delsegno Mamie Fourth Race Dorian All Green Lonwelsea Fifth Race Jerid Aloha II True Blue Sixth Race Ned Dennis Educate Sea Lion Page  Charleston Form Chart. CHARLESTON FORM CHART CHARTCHARLESTON CHARLESTON S C Murcli 1 Sixtyfourth day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track slow Presiding Judge J B Morrow Starter W F Bruen Racing starts at 300 p m 30895 FIRST RAGE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 150 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 50881 TOAD RAINEY 4 104 8 41 45 12 Powell S E Finley 85 2 2 45 4530S61 30S61 SWAN DANCE 3 90 4 21 21 2 Vogt S T Gaines Co 6 6 5 2 30528 FANNIE KNOX N 3 95 3 1H 1 31 David H L Johnson 2 2 75 35 3530S60 30S60 HANNO 4 105 2 51 52 4 S Johnson T J Horner 20 20 20 8 830S78 30S78 CAP1TOLIA 6 102 1 32 3 52 Alley J B Borry 10 12 12 5 30560 LAURIA 8 103 6 7 61 62 B Meyer J W Bradshaw 10 15 15 5 3087S GRACE WILSON 4 102 7 8 7 7 D Hall J S Brannon 10 20 20 8 30561 JANIE SEAY 3 90 5 61 8 8 C Murphy WCWestmorelandS 552 30S602GIVE AND TAKE 5109 Unseated rider Boland ABStansbury 3 31 31 65 65Time Time 251 52 59 59Winner Winner B f by Long Fish Halloween II IIWent Went to post at 325 At post 1 minute Start bad Won easily second driving Toad Rainey was much the best She had to run all around her field in the early stages but came fast in tho last furlong and won with plenty in reserve Swan Dance was badly handled She carromed into Give and Take at the start and unseated Bolaud Fannie Knox tired after going a half Hanno came iastat the end Capi tblia showed early spsed Tho field was in a bad tangle at the start startOverweights Overweights iToad Rainey 4 pounds Lauria 3 Grace Wilson 2 Give and Take 5 5Toad Toad Rainey show out Swan Dance show evens Fannie Knox show out Give and Take show 3to5 O O X SECOND RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purso 150 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A vt bt J4 Vz strain jocxeys uwners u a j r 30S623SYLVAN DELL 5 104 3 11 1 lio Davis P Donnelly 3 4 41 32 30862 TROUBALINE 5102 2 22 23 2 W Woods JRHand 2 11511545 50881 OLEA 5 106 1 31 31 31 S Miller W E Orcutt 10 10 6 2 50631 N LLIE FONSO 5 107 6 51 4H 42 B Meyer J Gingrich 6 6 31 65 50829 YENTORO 6 109 5 6 55 510 Brewer Franz Davidson21 21 9545 50825 KINGFUL 5 109 4 41 6 6 Powell E O Massart 2 21 21 1 Winner B or br h by Norwood Fern Leaf LeafWent Went to post at 3 54 At post 1 minute Start good Won in a canter second driving Sylvan Dells improvement was sudden Ho towroped his field and won in the commonest of canters Trouba liue was hard ridden in the last furlong Olea was poorly ridden and should have been second Brewer on Ventoro appeared to do everything possible to beat his mount He had him in every pocket ie could find findScratched Scratched 30879 Antagone 102 102Overweights Overweights Olea 4 pounds poundsNo No show betting 3089 n THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 150 4yearolds and upward Allowances lad Horses A Wt St 54 H 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30845BETTIE B II 4 109 1 11 12 13 13 J Boland W F Walter 2295 710 30864SIR KENNETH 6 109 2 5 52 32 2i Powell W D Jones 2i 3 3 65 65299923TREMAR 299923TREMAR 4 105 6 3 22 21 3 Castro H L Johnson 3 3 21 1 30846 NINA B L 5 98 8 8 6H 41 45 Murphy G W Smith 5 10 10 4 307812HANDCUFF 6 106 5 77 62 5 Alley J C Ferris Jr 15 15 12 4 30S64 SAMIVEL 7 106 4 2 41 51 Gio David G W Neal 85 95 95 35 30863 POTASI 4 104 7 6H 8 8 72 Enos Penn Stable 6 10 10 4 430S253BARNEY 30S253BARNEY SAAL 6 106 3 42 31 7 8 C Lowe C M Lowe Co 10 10 10 4 4Time Time 25 51 1 19h 19hWinner Winner B fby Kinglike Maggie Ward WardWent Went to post at 4 25 At post 2 minutes Start poor Won easily second driving Bettie B II was well in motion at flag fall picked the best going and tiptoed her field all the way Sir Kenneth was slow to begin but came fast at the end where he caught Tremar tiring The latter ran as if short Nina B L ran in much improved form Samivel and Potasi ran poor races racesScratched Scratched S0825 Gratia 98 Overweights Bettie B II 2 pounds Barney Saal 3 3Bettie Bettie B II show cut Sir Kenneth show 3 to 5 Tremar show out Samivel show out Q f o f Q FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 200 4yearolds and upward O J O O The Battery Inn Handicap Ind Horses A Wt St Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30815 TOM CURL 4 103 10330S453DUCASSA 30S453DUCASSA 4 104 5 4 45 45 35 2H Alley J C Ferris Jr 65 65 1 out 30846BY out30846BY GEORGE 6 104 4 1 11 H 21 3io David J Agnew 75 2 2 710 50S452SAM 71050S452SAM LAZARUS ESQ 6 108 3 35 35 31 420 420 Castro D Williams 3331 30719 BEN OFALLON 7 108 155555 J Moore C Goodharte 4552 Time 4552Time 26 521 120 148 148Winner Winner SeapoletteWent Br g by Stuyvesant Seapolette Went to post at 501 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second easily Tom Curl ran a surprisingly improved race and under good handling showed plenty of early speed in addition to sameness when it came to a drive in the stretch Ducassa is a slow beginner but camo fast in the last quarter By George was asked to do too much over a route he does not like Sam Lazarus Esq was Tinder a choking pull the first threequarters and Castros finish on him was painfully weak Ben OFal lon had no mishaps f Scratched 30SfcOPreEgrave 90 90No No show betting 30899 Q FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 150 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 24 Vi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30S612CEKTAIN 5 114 2 15 13 13 is 11 Patton Home Stable 45 75 75 12 50880 QUEEN L 6 110 1 4n 52 52 41 212 J Boland R Johnson 222 45 508632EVAS DARLING 4 110 4 2 K 21 2 25 35 W Woods D Williams 5 5 85 710 30825 GRACE 6110 3 3 41 31 31 43 Castro Eteen Turner 10 10 83 50816 DANDY II 6 107 5 7 65 61 ° 6 0 51 J Lynch J Lynch 30 30 15 6 30S29ORDEAL 6 110 6 52 32 43 55 620 J Moore E A Hall 477 508442HACO 47750S44HACO 8 102 7 61 7 7 7 7 Brown H L C Moore 30 30 30 8 Time 251 51 1 19 1 33h PerhapsWent Winner 33hWinner B g by Bramble Perhaps Went to post at 5 40 At post G minutes Start good Won easily second the same Certain showed the most speed and won as his jockey elected Queen L under punishment came fast in the last furlong Evas Darling had no mishaps and ran her race Grace was a contender the first three quarters but found the excra furlong too far Ordeal wants a shorter route At that ho showed little speed at any stage Scratched 30827 Mudder 95 95No No show betting on first three New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM FORMNEW NEW OKLBANS LA March 1 Tho form of Mon ¬ days New Orleans fields is First Race Tho Four Hundred Rose of May St Tammany TammanySecond Second Race Lac Chickadee Josie F FThird Third Race Senator Sullivan The Messenger Trentham TrenthamFourth Fourth Race The Hoyden Balm of Gilead Fleuron FleuronFifth Fifth Race Sir Florian Felix Bard Jena JenaSixth Sixth Race Pharoah Add KafBr New ExchangeOn Turf Exchange On St Paul Railroad Canal and Adams Streets Streets7Hl 7Hl v T twill si 113 1st Train Leaves Union Depot at 1250 p m A11U I M fi JJV1 I M 111U1 1 1 n HI U 2nd Train 05 Pm 3rd TiM 55 p B Retlirning Trajns at 445i 545 anj after ast race flctual Running Time THirtyFive fllinutes fllinutesROUND ROUND TRIP Illinois Central Turf Exchane Commissions on all Races 3tations B S gffl 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ry L H 11 Is Is Returning trains at 445 and 605 p 22nd St 1242 112 142 14239th 39th St 1245 115 145 and after last race 63rd 14563rd St 1250 120 150 Grand 150Grand Crossing 1255 125 155 Kensington 155Kensington 100 130 208 Important Notice. IMPORTANT NOTICE On Tuesday March 4 the third train leaving the Union Depot for Lorillard will be held TEN MIN ¬ UTES after the departure of Prince Henrys spec ¬ ial which is scheduled to leave at 2 sharp sharpOwing Owing to the crowds which will congregate in and andabout about the Union Depot on the 4th to witness the thedeparture departure of the Prince passengers for Lorillard LorillardI I should make an effort to catch the first two trains trainsand and where convenient to take trains at Western Av New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 29258 Bert Sargent 112 630 291432Pepper 630291432Pepper Dick 110 685 30671 The Four Hundred 109 725 30868 St Tammany 107 705 30689 Dolce Far Niente 107 705 30691 Julia Junkin 107 700 30868 DnkeofConnaught 107 700 303133King 700303133King Ford 107 710 30870 Man 104 660 30102 Joe Brown 104 650 30868 Anna Handspring 102 625 30848 Rose of May 102 715 715Second Second Race 1 116 Miles 3yearolds Selling Selling308483Vassal 308483Vassal Dance 113 685 29609 Lac 108 1 80887 Digby Bell 107 30850 Chickadee 106 715 30850 The Way 102 695 30848 Josie F 97 710 710Third Third Race 34 Mile Mile3yoarolds 3yoarolds and nbward Maidens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp304533Senator 304533Senator Sullivan 4 112 725 30835 Goldaga 3 110 695 30739 The Messenger 5 109 710 30487 Trentham 1 3 105 705 30767 Navillus 3 105 600 30767 Merry Maker 3 105 700 26492 Carrie I 5 102 625 30216 Easter Time 4 102 690 h29182 690h29182 Tripp 3 102 650 30251 NorMaz 3 102 625 29048 Glendola 4 102 640 640Allopath Allopath b f by Montana Homeopathy 3 100 Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Highweight Handicap HandicapInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp307883Pigeon 307883Pigeon Post 4 115 675 67530759Tom 30759Tom Collins 7 114 G60 G6030S513Fleuron 30S513Fleuron 5 113 700 30870 Zack Ford 4 107 665 30848 Van Hoorebeke 5 106 660 20974 Cotton Plant 9 105 665 30727 Free Coinage 9 105 695 69530S853Albula 30S853Albula 4 103 685 30640 Fickle Saint 4 100 690 690308683Balm 308683Balm of Gilead 3 93 710 710306743The 306743The Hoyden 3 98 725 30283 Siphon 3 97 660 660Fiftli Fiftli Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling30726Sir 30726Sir Florian 6 113 725 30587 Felix Bard 5 110 720 30852 Star Cotton 5 105 690 690308692Pay 308692Pay the Fiddler 6 105 675 675308523Jena 308523Jena 5 102 693 693308S7 308S7 Fleetwing 4 101 640 64030771Avatar 30771Avatar 5 100 610 308S7Algio 610308S7Algio M 4 99 6G3 30887 Eight Bells A 7 98 675 675Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances308882John 308882John Grigsby 5 110 675 67530S67Masterful 30S67Masterful 4 108 640 30770 Belle of Elgin 4 100 650 30232 Woodtrico 5 104 690 30710 Pharoah 5 104 725 725303173Homage 303173Homage 4 101 690 30813 Palarm 6 101 670 30870 Irma S 6 99 650 30870 Alpaca 5 99 690 69030835Kaflir 30835Kaflir 3 95 693 30676 Add 4 95 700 30835 I Samelson 3 90 660 Important Notice. IMPORTANT NOTICE On Tuesday March 4 the third train leaving the Union Depot for Lorillard will be held TEN MIN ¬ UTES after the departure of Prince Henrys spec ¬ ial which is scheduled to leave at 2 sharp sharpOwing Owing to the crowds which will congregate in and about the Union Depot on the 4th to witness the departure of the Prince passengers for Lorillard should make an effort to catch the first two trains and where convenient to take trains at Western Av Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON S C March 1 Tho form of Mon ¬ days Charleston fields is First Race Petronins Oricius Barney Saal SaalSecond Second Race Chinooka Pearl Ban Lady Riley RileyThird Third Race Swan Dance Troubaline Sylvan Dell DellFourth Fourth Race Samivel Certain Bettie B II IIFifth Fifth Race Dominis Economic Aborigine Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF William C Whitney and Clarence H Mackay two of the most prominent turfmen in this country have decided to reserve a majority of their horses for the races at Saratoga this summer This fact became known a few days ago when orders were sent to John Rogers and Charley Hill the respect ¬ ive trainers for the millionaires to prepare only a few of the best horses for tne big events at New York The other horses are to bo sent to Saratoga where they will be entered in the various events which will be decided there Mr Mackay is not anxious to race his horses before the Saratoga meeting and has given trainer HilOnstructions to prepare only Heno and Banastar for the main events at Morris Park and Gravesend Similar tacticswill be adopted by Mr Whitney Two English thoroughbreds one of which was consigned to William C Whitney arrived Wednes ¬ day on the steamship Mesaba Their names are Catrina and St Symphorien Catrina is a mare purchased by Mr Whitney two years ago She is a full sister to Limosol winner of an English Oaks She is a chestnut mare by Poulet Queen of Cyprus by King Tom St Symphorien the owner of which conld not be learned is a half brother to the Derby winner St Gaticn Both horses will be retired for breeding purposes News comes from Nashville Tenn that Gon W H Jackson the noted breeder and proprietor of Belle Meade Stud is dangerously ill at Tampa Fla General Jackson went to Florida several weeks ago for his health Ho had been ailing for some weeks but his condition was not thought serious Proctor Knott winner of the first Futurity Tammany that won for Marcus Daly over 100000 in stakes Clif ¬ ford the rival of the noted Henry of Navarre and Tho Parader and scores of other noted horses were bred at Belle Meade Jackson was a noted con ¬ federate general He was never naturalized how ¬ ever as required by law to become an American citizen SThe San Francisco Chronicle has this to say of little Knapp who recently won a stake race on Frangible Once in a while a little fellow wins an ordinary purse race but it rarely happens that a midget like Knapp is able to pilot a winner in an important stake Knapp is one of the smallest boys riding on any American track and tho way he piloted Frangible to victory in the Palace Hotel Handicap on Saturday was a revelation He got his mount off in a good position and made such a hot pacq that tho favorites could not keep up during the first part of tho journey Many handicappers thought that Frangible had a great chance to win with 90 pounds in tho saddle but they were afraid that such a little fellow as Knapp could not do the horse justice He rode however like a veteran and his work recalled tho efforts of Johnny Reiff when he first camo to California Knapp promises to de ¬ velop into a first class jockey as he possesses game ness and more than ordinary aptitude for riding Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track good First Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Wt 308423Henry Hammond 4 108 30879 Brahmin 6 108 30879 Johnny Brown 4 105 30881 Oricius 4 105 30755 Petroniug 6 105 30897 Barney Saal 6 105 30862 Lauras First 4 103 30800 Lake Fon so 6 103 30895 Grace Wilson 4 103 30847 Elsie Yenner 5 103 Second Race 78 Mile Mile3yoarolds 3yoarolds and upward Selling Selling308783Harrison 308783Harrison F 3 105 30860 Chinooka 5 105 24314 My Ladylike 3 100 30878 Lady Riloy 3 100 308782Pearl Ban 3 100 30878 Mollie Brooks 3 100 30378 ABfido 4 98 Third Race 4 13 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Allowances 30895 Capitolia 6 104 308962Troubaline 5 104 30895 Hanno 4 100 30896 Sylvan Dell 5 99 30735 John W Dahney 3 94 30S932Swan Dance 3 85 30895 Janie Seay 3 85 Fourth Race 34 Mile 3yearplds and upward Allowances 30670Lady Aintree 5 109 10930897Bettie 30897Bettie B II 4 109 10930899Certain 30899Certain 5 105 30897 Samivel 7 105 10530826Oton 30826Oton Clay 3 104 30863 Tava Harris 8 100 24127 Fleche dOr 4 100 10030S84Tambourine 30S84Tambourine II t 3 95 29998 Mazzara 3 86 86308772Hattie 308772Hattie Davis 3 86 86Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling306332Lady 306332Lady of the West 7 106 106308SO 308SO Prince Esher 5 106 30881 Aborigine 5 103 103308803Dominis 308803Dominis 7 103 308S02Economic 4 98 30863 Incandescent 6 98 9830S62Custodian 30S62Custodian 4 97 Page  THE flmerican Sporting jnaqual For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing HANDBOOK OFFICIAL The Pugilistic Record of 1901 OF FIGURES Handicapping and BootaaMng Tables BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FIVE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS Summaries By Experts on tile Past Years Doings EDITED BT X H BRUNELL OAHY RACING FORM PUB co 124126 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO 50c in Soft Morocco Dally Racing Form ALL THE TURF PUBLISHER PUBLISHEROF OF THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE THEWESTERN NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALL TRACKS pertly Indexed IndexedTelegraphic ARE FULLY RE ¬ Telegraphic Correct Con ¬ PORTED cise Comely ComelyTraining Training News a Specialty SpecialtyOff Off Our Own Presses Be ¬ 124126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 750ONE ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIRSTCLASS TVTATT IN PLAIN ENVELOPE The Melbourne Stud StudUsmeir Usmeir LIMITED TO THIETY APPROVED MARES riener itglf Hi anaspring PROPERTY OF p j DWYJSR l W J JHandspring Handspring won the Great Trial Tremont Double Event both renewals Foam Billow Withers and Carlton Stakes Brooklyn Derby etc Chestnut horse standing 161 hands high By Hanover My Favor ¬ ite by imp Rayon dOr Handsprings oldest get were twoyearolds in 1901 He has had but six starters three of which Merriment Meditation and Major Daingerfleld are high class winners and one of his other starters which only twice raced ran second in one of his starts in company of stake class Hand ¬ springs breeding must be considered extra fashionable and uptodate being by the great Hanover and out of a daughter of the grand imp Rayon dOr who won on the turf no less than 122140 and showing wonderful ability to go any distance and to carry any sort of weight Handsprings second dam was by the successful sire imp Glen Athol a ton of Blair Athol winner of the Derby and St Leger and he out of Blink Bonny by Melbourne and she won both the Derby and Oaks and grandson of both Pocahontas and Queen Mary and sire of the Derby and St Leger winner Silvio and the great Prince Charlie prob ¬ ably the fastest horse that ever ran in England Handsprings next dam is by none other than the great and only Glencoe Going back to Rayon dOr we find him out of a mare by the son of the immor ¬ tal Touchstone the foundation stone of nearly all perfect pedigrees and her second dam was old Poca ¬ hontas herself by imp Glencoe Thus combining several times over the wonderful Glencoe blood Any breeder stinting a good mare to Handspring has a chance to produce the greatest horse that ever lived and his stud fee is certainly a very low one taking everything into consideration Rainbow considerationRainbow 5pBrown 5p Brown horse 1G3 hands high foaled 1890 by Longfellow dam Buff and Blue by War Dance Rain ¬ bow won the Brooklyn Derby and many other races in which he defeated the best horses in training and during his threeyearold form worked a mile and a half trial in 2 36 over the Coney Island track Bainbows dam Buff and Blue is by War Dance one of the best of Lexingtons sons out of the famous old matron Reel by imp Glencoe Buff aud Blue also produced Bright Phoebus winner of the Realization Stakes Monita Hardy Sister Geneva dam of Carnero and other winners His second dam Balloon was one of the greatest long distance race mares ever seen in this country and produced the famous brood mare Ballet Rainbow is one of the finest thoroughbred stallions in America and sold for 8200 as a yearling Rainbow made his first season in the stud at Melbourne in 1900 but he was stinted toa few mares before that and from those services he has had seven starters every one of which has been returned a winner including the three high class performers Menace who won eighteen races a greater number than any other threeyearold filly in training in 1901 Wealth a threeyearold filly who in her first and maiden start forced the noted Futurity winner Ogden then an older horse to run a mile under 1 40 to beat her a head and Percy F a several times stake winner For 1902 Rainbow is limited to thirty mares of which twenty will be his owners 5fc Julien LIMITED TO THIRTY MARES 5 O OOwn Own brother to the stake winners and successful sires Prince of Monaco and St Carlo Chestnut horse 16 hands high foaled 1891 by imp St Blaise Carina by Kingfisher St Julien was a stake winner and raced with success as a two and threeyearold winningThe LarchmontStakes 34 in 1 12 and other races and was beaten a head by John Copper in the Vreeland Handicap 78 in 1 28 St Julien was only stinted to a very few mares previous to going regularly in the stud at Melbourne in 19012 yet he has sired the flying Myrtle Dell who made a track record as a twoyearold in 1901 Sard Seething St Dean Kabyle Princess Julien Blonde Grayson etc Mr Barnes thinks St Julien fully the equal of his full brothers St Carlo and Prince of Monaco He is a sure foal getter having twentyeight mares in foal from a service of thirtythree last year He is also a grand breeder of individuality and as fine a tempered horse as there is in Kentucky Jim Gore Private PrivateBy By Hindoo dam Katie by imp Phaeton Sire of Beau Gallant The Goldfinder Amelia Mayx Beau Ideal Moncreith Gorman Knowles Donna Seay and many other stake winners and great campaigners Prince of Monaco Private By imp St Blaise dam Carina by Kingfisher Sire of Fancy wood Blennenworth Monarka Precur ¬ sor Autumn Leaves Sting Kilmantle who won twice and was placed four other times out of seven starts winnersThe in England in 1901 Colbert and many other winners The Melbourne Stud now consists of five stallions and 108 of as finely bred young matrons as can be found on any single breeding farm in this country The mares are now kept on eight different farms and the yearlings on four different farms far apart and yet within a few miles of Melbourne for it is my fixed opinion that strictly highclass race horses can be bred with more success if kept apart in small lots rather than banded together in large numbers numbersMares Mares kept in box stalls well bedded down the charges will be 10 per month when running on onfrass frass 3 which must be considered a very low price considering the established reputation the Mel ourne Stud has for the care of its stallions mares and all thoroughbred stock It is a practice at the Melbourne Stud to try the mares three times a week until the first of June and after that time every day until the season closes July 1st which is a guarantee that every mare will be got in foal if care and attention will accomplish this end end3g 3g Usual return privilege if horse is alive and in my possession 8 For catalogue and further information address W S BARNES Proprietor Lexington Ky