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OEIVEAXS RACING Speaking of the racing just closed at Now Orleans the Picayune of March 23 had this to say The winter racing season which closed yester dsy has been the most successful in the history of the sport in the south The game was a decided improvement over previous years and this in a measure can be accounted for by the progressive spirit shown by the management A liberal policy was adopted by them this year the purses were raised and the old stereotyped guaranteed value events were done away with and in their stead added moaoy events were given givenThis This naturally drew a much better classof own ¬ ers and horses here and with them came an im ¬ provement in the racing Profiting by their exper ¬ ience this year the club will still further branch out and next season will find some further increase in the amount of money hung up upIf If the present plans are adhered to it will mean that many of the larger stables in the east will be seen here when the season of 190203 is ushered in The money which will be hung up will warrant owners sending good horses here The days of the 250 purses are past and with it goes the merrygo round skates which masqueraded hero some few years ago as race horses horsesA A number of metropolitan horsemen came hero yoiast winter forthe first time All wore well satisfied and many left with the firm intention of coming back again and bringing the best horses they could buy So shrewd a turfman as W Lakeland was quick to see the advantages of campaigning a string of useful horses here He argued that a horseman could gather up half a dozen fair class horses win a few purses and then dispose of them at handsome profits Take for instance the horses Death Myn ¬ heer and Piederich Neither one of the three were thought much of in the east and any one of them could have been purchased at a reasonable figure at Bennings As a matter of fact Death was sold for 1000 to Arthur Worley He brought the old Charaxus gelding here won half a dozen races with him and sold him for 2COO to H Robinson In a few weeks Robinson refused twice this amount for him Then there was Mynheer He was only a cheapsellincr plater running for 400 and 500 around the Aqueduct and Washington tracks Yet he came here ran a few good races and was disposed of for 25CO Piederich cost his owner 700 He won something like 2CCO in purses and was sold for 3000 This shows the possibilities of what a shrewd horseman can do The trouble in past years has been that owners brought worthless ma ¬ terial here and the result was that they reaped but little if any profits Now that the boom is on it ie hoped that the club will do its part and if it can pee its way clear it is more than likely that it will increase the purses still more next year yearThis This seaEon 300 purses were distributed Next year the purses will probably be raised to 100 with a 500 handicap every afternoon for the bettor class horses John W Schorr George C Bennett Wil ¬ liam Lakeland David Gideon and the Messrs Morris have already engaged stalls for next sea Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSI1 OF THE TURF The Daily America of March 23 has this to say bent Natturtitm Stories published in this city on Friday to the effect that Nasturtium W C Whitneys threeyearold Watercress Margariqno colt was gradually wasting away at Newmarket as a result of an attack of catarrhal fever suffered shortly after his arrival in England in January were misleading The impression one got from reading them v us that Nasturtium not only would not start ia the Derby but was a doubtful racing proposition There is no better horse in England or anywhere else elseThe The statement included in these misleading fitories to the effect that Sydney Paget the manager of Mr Whitneys American stable had formally announced that Nasturtium would not start in the Derby was Mr Paget asserts utterly false I have never announced that Nasturtium would not start in the Derby he said yesterday I have never had the authority to make such an announce ¬ ment mentWhile While no formal announcement has been made the fact that no one connected with the Whitney establishment has any hope of Nasturtium getting to the post in the Dorby has been well known for a fortnight The ailment already reforred to which some folks think the colt took away from Westbury with him and othors belieTe he contracted after landing on British soil was hard to eradicate and while suffering from it Nasturtium lost a good deal of flesh fleshMr Mr Huggins thought at first that the illness would prove insignificant and that Nasturtium would speedily shake it off but he was disap ¬ pointed It refused to yield to treatment for several weeks A Derby preparation is a serious business and it is not thought likely that Huggins will at ¬ tempt to rush BO valuable a horse as Nasturtium through one in his weakened condition conditionIntruder Intruder II a sturdily built colt by Meddler out of the sterling Peg WolBngton will be Mr Whit ¬ neys colorbearer in the great British classic In ¬ truder is a tough little colt with a dazzling burst of speed who went wrong lact spring and did not get to the post Ho made the voyage to England without sickness and has been galloping so reso ¬ lutely and smoothly at Newmarket that all the keenwitted British touts have taken a violent shine to him Notes Of The Turf. NOTES O1T THE TURF The Louisville firm of turfmen Middleton Jung bluth is reported to have offered 17500 for J E Maddens Pentecost one of the most prominent of the western candidates for the American Derby Madden has promised to put a price on this colt and indications now are that Pentecost may change hands handsProbably Probably the most valuable foal in America was dropped at Racaland Stud last Sunday the mars Bonnie Bluo II owned by Catesby Woodford foal ¬ ing a chestnut oolt by Sir Dixon This youngster is an own brother to Blue Girl and Blues His year ¬ ling brother sold at auction last year for 10000 10000Representative Representative Gillett of Massachusetts recently introduced a bill in Congress to protect state anti gambling lawB from nullification through inter ¬ state gambling by telegraph The bill prohibits 1 the sending of dispatches designed to promote pool sailing bookmaking etc etcPastorella Pastorella by Springfisld which cost J R Keeno 10000 at Marcus Dalys sale has foaled a chestnut colt by Kingston This is the mares second foal 1 the first being by Hamburg Silk Stocking has s foaled a bay colt by Ingoldsby IngoldsbyThe The rnare Addie C II by Koaciusco dam of Sid ¬ ney Lucas winner of the American Derby in 1900 i arrived at Lexington Ivy last Sunday to be brod 3 to Algol now in the stud at Ashlaud ths old homo ° of Henry Clay ClayJohn John E Madden has purchased of the C Elmer Railey Springhurst Stud Lexington Ky the brown n mare Joanna by Falsetto Jamaica by Lexington Joanna is a half sister to the sensational Foxhall FoxhallNash Nash Turner the jockey who is now on his way to Memphis from California will in all likelihood have the mount on Wax Taper in the Moutgomory Handicap HandicapThe The news come from San Francisco that Alex Shields is regaining his health and will be able to o Isave for the east in a fortnight fortnightSecretary Secretary Russwnrm of the Nashville Jockey Club b announces that a uinoday fall mooting will be held at Cumberland Park Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAK OAK OAKuVNl uVNl CAIi Ularcli 25 One hundred and twentythird day New California Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather showery track sloppy Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter J J Holtman Racinr starts at 210 D m W indicates whip 5 spurs H hood Q O O Q FIRST RACE58 Mile Purse 5100 3yearolds Maidens Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 5f StrFin Jockovs Owners O H C I CASSIE W B 112 5 1 12 12 12 Conley W M Murry 3 3 32 4 4i SPOOKS WS 112 2 21 3 21 2 Fauntloroy Mrs Grosshaim 12 20 15 8 24350 JENNIE HUGHES R5H 112 31 21 32 32 Howson R Hughes 15 15 9 3 31182FLITTING 465KEBMIT W 117 4 42 40 4 4 J Mathows J D Lucas 465 KEBMIT W 114 6 7 51 53 55 Foucon W J Kish 488 31182 GEORGE WHITNEY WS 117 8 8 Si 61 62 Bozeman F Phillips 6 12 12 6 S118S KNOCKINGS W 117 7 61 7 7 73 Prior C Earl Co 5 10 10 E 25009 FRANK BAIN fljSH 114 1 53 8 S 82 L Jackson B Schreiber 6 15 15 6 31182 HEADSTRONG fl 114 10 999 9i Shields A B Spreckels 12 60 60 20 25803 HARD 40ST NIGHT WS 114 11 10 10 10 10 Frawloy Mrs B Flemmins 8 100 100 40 ST WILD A W 114 9 11 11 11 11 Spargur J Martin 6 50 50 20 Time 20Time 24 49i 103 CatalinaWont Winner 103Winner Ch f by Trentola Catalina Wont to post at 220 At post 1 minute Start very straggling Won easily second the same Cassie W from a flatflooted start quickly caught and passed the field and was cantering for the re ¬ mainder of the journey Spooks displayed a good order of speed and when apparently beaten on the stretch turn came again very strongly Jennie Hughes under a poor ride went well and should improve But Flitting poorly handled and crossed at the half should have been third Kermit made up ground from a bad start George Whitney was practically left and will probably show a different race over a longer startScratched distance Hard Night and Headstrong had no chance at the start Scratched 30889 Breton 122 122Cassie Cassie W show 2 to 5 Spooks show 4 to 1 Jennie Hughes show 3 to 2 Q l O AC SECOND RACE 13 Mile Purse 5400 2yearolds Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St U Vt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 71014S10982HONITON 312022SYLV1A TALBOT W 115 3 15 15 15 Troxler 15 Schreiber 65 65 71014 S10982HONITON W 107 1 31 31 2 J JIathews VTOBMcDnonghS 15 15 5 30223LIZZEE BICE 108 2 21 22 31 Foucon W L Stanfield 2 3 16565 16565S1166ALSONO S1166ALSONO W HO 5 54 4u 43 Conley BnrnsWaterhse 3 5 5 65 65S1112 S1112 GOLD VAN W 106 4 41 510 512 L Jackson G B Morris 10 20 20 8 JAMES F W 106 7 77 6i L Daly James Flannery 100 100 ICO 30 SECCO 103 6 615 62 7 Winslett G W Scott 10010010040 JOSIE 10010010040JOSIE WHEELER 103 Left at the post Dyer E I Wheeler 100 100 100 40 Time 40Time 24 49 Winner 49Winner ParoleeWont Ch f by Balgowan Parolee Wont to post at 2 45 At post 3 minutes Start straggling Won in a canter second driving Sylvia Talbqt showing great speed immediately took a long and winning lead and was easing up to a slow canter in the last furlong Honiton away well put up a game race Mathews outfinished the incompetent Foucon on Lizzie Rice The latter in addition to a hard early effort with the winner was taken wide on the turn and was swerving at the end Alsono oil poorly closed a big and gap was running faster than the second and third horsos at the end He was easily second best Gold Van ran in improved form The others had no chance at the start Overweights Honiton 4 pounds Alsono 2 Sylvia Tnlbot show out Honitou show 2 to 1 Lizzie Rice show 2 to 5 31241 THIRD RACE 34 = Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horsos A Wt St yz 2i StrFin Jockey O H C P S1169 BERNOTA US 4 9i 1 2H 1H 1 15 J Ranch BurnsWatarhse 12 35 12 15 SHOO SAUL OF TARSUS W 5 106 3 H 23 2 21 L Jaeksou L Wall 4 r 1 ° W 31203JFEBRUARY flSH 8 110 4 45 48 32 38 Howson J S Gibson 3 4i 4 35 81147 CAPTIVATE g 4 99 2 35 33 41 2 41 2 L Daly P Hildreth 15 17 15 2 30192 DE CAPO SH 7 104 5 5555 Stewart C W 10Time Chappell 50 50 50 10 Time 12 24t 49 1 16 1 R srna by Cheviot utes Start straggling Won easily second followod tho last set by baul of Tarsus handily Bernota pace for three furlongs after which he went to the front with ease Saul of Tarsus tired in the stretch and just lasted long enough to beat Februaryx Tbo latter practically loft ana badly ridden but made up an immense lot of ground Captivate loomed was drncer ously a furlong out but quit unexpectedly at the end up Overweights Captivate 3 pounds Bornota show out Saul of Tarsus show 3 to 5 February show out Ql fc 1 O FOURTH BACE1 11G Miles Purso 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St ys StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C S11682JIM HALE S 4 102 4 2n 2 31 1 1 Stuart W L Stanfield 3 4 11545 31150REDWALD W 5100 2 11 12 11 21 21 L Daly WB Jennings Co4 5 52 30161ZJ5L RIO SHANNON 5 109 5 4 34 2 32 32 J Ranch JCoffey S 13 13 5 31185L MEDDLESOME W 6 101 1 51 5 4 42 41 L Jackson A G Blakely 3 3i 14545 SllHHERCULEAN I1 5 108 6 OH 4 5S 55 55 Foucon LV Bell 7 7 2i SZ5J ° T W 3 3U65 6S H0 GiooiOFauntlaroyJPAtkin 3 10 10 4 31201 GAWAINE H 4 107 7 7 7 7 7 7 J Mathaws W E Cotton 20 60 GO 90 Time 24 481116143 150 Winner B g by Piccalo Rilhto Wa0 Post at 338 At post 3 minutes Start good Won driving second u handily Jim Halo badly riddon and interfared with on the first and far turns but finished fast through the stretch and waa l odwald was away well set a fast and pace responded very gamely under the hard stretch drive ° nn went Wlde on the flr6t turn from fliitfooted a start but mado j r i j a bold movo in the stretch and failed right at the and Ha is good and was short Lady Meddlesome tried waiting tactics with disastrous results Herculean tired after goinff a good sis furlongs and was greatly handicapped sloppy track Diderot was evidently short w u by oj the tuo Scratched 31201Dr Bernays 105 31150 Picador 103 31201 Quadra 86 Overweights Herculean 2 pounds Gawaine 5 Ji Hale show 1 to 2 Redwald show 4 to 5 El Rio Shauuon show 11 to 5 Ludy Meddlesome 31243 FIFTH KAC1278 Mile Purse 500 3yearolds andupward Handicap Ind Horses A WtSt M 5i StrFin Jccltays Owners O H C P 8114 311191IA SISTER KRDON JEANIE E o1 7 3 3 5 1J Conley HL Frank 4 5 5 7 = 15 31149OLD ENGLAND W I FrankI 3120 liS 3 J 11 fuTlf lit lu I 3J f 3S F131 Ljuckson WgJp G B Morris ° i 7 15 15 3 25 12 99015 31115SWEET TOOTH II 4110 44 4 4 4 4 Gannon L V Bell 6 9 865 Time 24 49 110 128 CONTINUED OX FIFTH FAQH OAKLAND FORM CHARTCONTINUED Winner B s by Esher Lady Richmond RichmondWent Went to post at 4 01 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second easily Hagerdon skill ¬ fully saved in behind the pacemakers and saving ground on the stretch turn finished strongly under a vigorous ride Sister Jeanie was probably best at the weights but was used up early in forcing the pacemaker and going wide on the turn suffered from aweak finish Old England broke badly but soon took an apparently winning lead and while under a stiff pull succumbed suddenly and unexpectedly on the far turn and was slipping and sprawling in the stretch Ho still looks big and high and the going was goingScratched evidently against him Sweet Tooth was unable to stride freely in the going Scratched 31149 Joe Frey 116 116Overweights Overweights Sister Jeanie 1 pound poundUagerdon Uagerdon show out Sister Jeanie show evens Old England show out O1 6 I I SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 lards Purse 400 4yearolds and upward OjL ttyb Selling Ind Horses AWtSt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 311512THE SINGER PI 5 108 4 4n 2 11 IH IH Foucon W P Maprane 5 12 12 5 5IKS 310673COUGAR IKS 4 105 1 55 42 43 2 25 L Jackson Elmwood Farm 67 7 2 2H5 31201 2FRIDOLIN H5 4 92 2 21 33 3 31 3s Winslett G W Scott 8 12 12 5 5Iff 311863GRAND SACHEM Iff 7 103 7 65 63 51 43 4 Fauntleroy J J Moran 4662 4662W 31049 LODE STAR W 8110 G 3 53 6125 53 Conley D OKeefe Co 6993 6993W 30347 DECOY W 5 101 8 7 7 7 60 Gio Dusrsan G Miller 4 15 15 5 31128 TING A LING B 5 102 9 8 8 8 7 7 Stuart C W Chappell 30 100 100 40 31102 EDINBOROUGH KS 5 105 5 U 11 21 81 86 J Mathews W H Ketchiman 5662 31186 ESSENCE HH 51001110 9 9 9 9 J Ranch BurnsWaterhse 4 4 3t 1 31221 MORENGO ftSH B 103 10 9 10 10 10 10 Ransom E M OBrien 20 30 30 10 31132 SUXELLO ftS 5 103 3 Fell L Daly M Storn 6 10 10 4 4Time Time 24 50V 1 16J 1 44 1 47i 47iWinner Winner B g by The Bard Minnie Andrews AndrewsWent Went to post at 425 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second easily The Singer ran well but was lucky throughout and particularly favored by the sloppy going Cougar bumped on the first turn and interfered with at the half was carried wide on the stretch turn and lost by an overcon ¬ fident finish and was best Fridolin is steadily improving was prominent almost throughout and only tired right at the end Grand Sachem oil badlv and worse ridden finished fast Lode Star was well up and stayScratched going easy when knocked back bySuuellos fall Edinborough failed to stay Scratched 31204Artilla 107 107Overweights Overweights The Singer 5 pounds Lode Star 1 Essence 2 Morengo 5 5The The Sinner show 2i to 1 Cougar show even Fridolin show 2k to 1 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NOW READY READYThe The American Sporting Manual for 1902 is now ready for sale It contains all tho 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 bookmalcing percentage table all racing xecordfl revised to the last day of 1901 track records a comprehensive record of the pugilistic contests of 1981 trotting and pacing records a list of 215 irottere of 1901 and many other items of great value to all who deaire to keep track of the records of kealthy sports of all kinds PEDIGREE BLANKS BLANKSOn On linen paper artistically edged in colors ruled and arranged for six generations of sires and daiu of individuals and their ancestors Ten cents each 106 per dozen 350 per hundred No owner of s stallion should bo without a supply supplyDAILY DAILY RACINQ FORM 124126 Fifth Avenue Chicago HI UTTMB ROCK JTOKM LITTLE ROCK AEK March 25 The far Wednesdays Little Rock fields is First Race Alex Fred Hcssig Incidental IncidentalSecond Second Race Maggie Cloptoa H S Tobacco Harry Wilson WilsonThird Third Race Father Wentker Lady Alberta Hainault HainaultFourth Fourth Race Wax Taper Brigade Dcwcy DcwcyFifth Fifth Race Frank Jones El Caney Pay th Fiddler FiddlerSixth Sixth Race St David Hutch Miller Lady Cnr Little Rock Entries. LITT1E BOCK HNTKTJBS Probabilities Weather clear track fast Apprentice allowance allowancePlrst Plrst Race 34 3IUe 3IUe3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Udop Udop2S955 2S955 George B Cox 7 Ill 6 31058 Ales 5 108 725 72531227Incidental 31227Incidental 8 108 715 715Leadstone Leadstone br h by Likely Yendome a 103 Alvalsna ch m by Alva Elena by Eland 5 106 31210 Fred Hessifr 4 103 72 31210 Ragnarok n 4 105 670 670312273Birdie 312273Birdie Stone 4 163 685 685Second Second Race 5 13 furlongs furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Sailing SailingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 38918 St Wood 6 114 675 675312102H 312102H S Tobacco 8 Ill 720 29069 Tenny Belle 4 108 685 31212 Curd Gillock 4 107 675 675312103SmallJack 312103SmallJack 4 104 690 690312122Harry 312122Harry Wilson 3 104 713 31022 Miss Conrad 5 103 715 31022 John G Ford 5 101 71i 28992 Stringtown 3 92 600 31210 Man 3 92 7CO 7CO29494Trauer 29494Trauer 3 87 715 715312293Maggie 312293Maggie Clopton 3 82 725 725Third Third Race 5 12 Furlongs 3yearolds Allowances 31214 HLColeman 102 710 28474 Father Wentkor 102 725 290923 Royal Athlete 99 710 31213 Hainanlt 99 715 715311253Lady 311253Lady Alberta 97 720 720Fourth Fourth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances312142Wax 312142Wax Taper 5 115 750 750312143Brigade 312143Brigade 6 107 740 30294 Edgardo 5 104 700 29022 Satin Coat 4 104 660 29630 Dewey 3 99 735 735Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling31215E1 31215E1 Caney 5 116 715 31215 Avatar 5 105 6fiO 31215 Pay tho Fiddler 6 103 700 700Little Little Chimes 4 105 31215 Gilbert 5 105 660 31212 Syncopated Sandy 4 104 700 31212 Lovable 5 103 695 31215 Missile 3 102 690 69031104Frank 31104Frank Jones 3 90 725 725Sixth Sixth Race 34 Milo 4yearolds and upward Selling 31210 Bonndlee 5 108 700 29788 Reducer 7 108 710 30952 Siren Song 5 106 710 29404 Lady Curzon 5 106 715 28920 KittieG A 5 106 600 31230 Terraleno 5 106 695 31214 Cogswell 4 105 700 31159 Hutch Miller 4 105 720 72031021St 31021St David 4 103 725 Washington Form. WASHINGTON FORM WASHINGTON D C March 25 The form of Wednesdays Washington fields is First Race Frivol Rona Qnixada QnixadaSecond Second Race No form formThird Third Race Woodtrice Handicapper Lamp oLee oLeeFourth Fourth Race Alack Nala Sunny Port j Fifth Race Caithness Anna Darling Rendez ¬ vous vousSixth Sixth Race Lou Roy Flara Washington Entries. WASHINGTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furl ng ng3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdep Hdep26855Rona 26855Rona 3 101 720 720301313Quixada 301313Quixada 3 49 715 24438 Obliged 4 99 703 29609 Frivol 3 97 725 28330 Cormac 3 92 700 29414 High Carnival 3 87 710 710Eminence Eminence II b f by Aloha Eminence 3 87 Second Bare 19 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Money Lender br c by Lissak Kussen 110 Red Knight ch c by Knight of ofEUerslie EUerslie Belle Daly 110 Prince Hoadley 110 Blue Peter 110 110Alan Alan 107 107Miraculous Miraculous ch c by Miracle Lady Grccnway 107 107Squid Squid b c bySam Lucas Sepia 107 107Third Third Raeo78 Mile Syaaroldg and upward Soiling Ind Horses Age Wt Wt296JO 296JO Lamp oLee 4 119 8123SWoodtrice 5 118 29601 Tamarin 51C8 29531 All Saints 4 163 733 31238 Hop Scotch 6 165 730 73030486Handicapper 30486Handicapper A 51CO 740 740Fourth Fourth Base 3 13 t nrf 3yearolds and nvward Allowances Allowances295S9 295S9 Imperialist a 116 713 713167f 167f 2Thad 8 103 710 29626 Elizabeth Moan 4 99 095 09529fi273Alack 29fi273Alack 3 92 725 28759 Notlimah 3 87 700 31237 Nala 4 87 720 28602 Sniiny Port 3 87 715 715Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances 28527 Dr Korher 6 117 685 31021 Anna Darling 4 113 69fl 69flAlice Alice Abbott 4 113 29482 Triton 3 101 675 27840 Caithness 3 96 700 700310MJ 310MJ Rendezvous 3 96 683 683Sixth Sixth Uaee 5 12 Pnrlong Pnrlong4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 31158 LonRey 6 118 723 723279573Filibuster 279573Filibuster 8 102 715 71529582Flara 29582Flara 4 96 720 OAKLA3TP FOKtt FOKttOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL March 25 The form of Wednes ¬ days Oakland fields is isFirst First Race Ishtar Rubino Yassalo YassaloSecond Second Race Colonial Girl Wyomiag John Peters PetersThird Third Race Diomcd Black Dick Free Lance LanceFourth Fourth Race Water Cure Position Frangible FrangibleFifth Fifth Race Mac Gyle Dr Bernays Oscar Tolle TolleSixth Sixth Race Headwater Varro Hilee Oakland Entries. OAKLAND KHTRIES Probabilities Weather showery track good First Baee 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdc 31216 Illowaho 113 29897 Jim Roberts 113 311852Rubino 109 311513Vassalo 109 30173 Royalty 109 31185 Anna B 107 31217 Evea G 107 31110 Mythrox 107 306993Ishtar 107 26135 Swiftlight 107 311653Dwight Way 104 31062 Forest King 102 Second Race 6 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 31115 Wyoming 9 120 30455 Captain Gaines 5 113 31132 Burdock 5 110 305922Pat Morrissey 8 110 312413February 8 108 31132 Tufts 3 101 30945John Peters 3 99 31097 Bassenzo 3 96 30841 Phyllis 3 94 31169 Colonial Girl 3 94 Third Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling311683BlackDick 311683BlackDick 4 108 23184 Slap Dash 4 108 31204 Diomed 5 106 31199 Dorian 11 106 31217 Kittie Kelly 5 104 31201 Freelance 8 101 SOOtt El Oriente 4 ICO 31133 Lena 8 99 31204 Commissioner Forster 3 97 26048 Matilda 0 4 97 312043Dean Swift 3 96 Fourth Race 1 08 Miles 4yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap31148Water 31148Water Cure 5 118 312203Position 5 106 31220 The Frctter 6 104 311C02Lizella 7 104 31 220 Frangible a 100 Fifth Race 1 116 Miles 3yoarolds and upward Selling 31168 MacGyle 5 106 725 72531201Dr 31201Dr Bernays 7 106 720 30172 Alado 5 106 700 31204 Oscar Tolle 4 105 715 31204 Quadra 3 86 710 710Sixth Sixth Race Futurity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile 2yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances3047SVarro 3047SVarro 4 117 740 30103 Hilee 6 117 135 31102 Trne Blue 8 117 730 730202943Headwater 202943Headwater 6 117 750 750311673School 311673School for Scandal 4 115 725 7253113fl3Narra 3113fl3Narra G 4 115 720 720300293Esczilante 300293Esczilante 3 110 700 700311853E 311853E M Brattain 3 107 720 REYNOLDS GO 73 119 DEARBORH ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Baily2 Baily2Jim Jim Hale 33 Sylvias TaSbot 45 45were were our two winners yesterday two grand specials that will win in a canter Our correspondents at Little Rock will wire ns two more royal good things that can be played heavily We advise all our clients to call and reap a harvest on those good ones onesThe The Best of Reliable Information Informationby by Wire from Our Experts Dally DallyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT ST 300 Weekly Wired at t O ain MUTUAL TURF GO GOfurnishes furnishes information to western patrons only onlyYESTERDAY YESTERDAY AT BENNIN6S WE GAVE GAVECHARLEY CHARLEY MOORE FIRST CHORD CHORDAND AND HIMSELF TO WIN WINWe We Pay liberally for Inside Information InformationTCQMC TCQMC 500 DAILY 3000 WEKKLY I WEKKLYI tHIIlO or 50OO for Eutire meeting meetingIn In Advance Money Order or Telegraph TelegraphMUTUAL MUTUAL TURF CO WASHINGTON 0 C MUTUEL POOL POOLON ON FUTURE EVENTS EVENTSTHF THF KENTUCKY DERBY BUOOKLYN HANDICAP SUBURBAN HANDICAP HANDICAPMETROPOLITAN METROPOLITAN HANDICAP HANDICAPAND AND AMERICAN DERBY Estimated Value 55 1 00000 Tickets 100 Each EachFor For entries circulars and full particulars address addressTne Tne Kentucky Mutuei Sweepstakes Association AssociationMIL MIL r ON YOUNG MANAGER MANAGERLEXINGTON LEXINGTON KY KYReference Reference Lexington City National Bank OWRYS FUTURE BOOK BOOKAMERICAN AMERICAN DERBY BROOKLYN AND SUBURBAN HANDICAPS HANDICAPSWrite Write for quotations Commissions handled on all races Long distance telephones Yards 628 and 654 654JMES JMES OLEARY 418389 S HALSTEO ST STCHICAGO CHICAGO ILL Race Track Information Bureau BureauTURF TURF CORRESPONDENTS PUBLISHERS OF FORM LETTER HANDICAP ON ALL RACES RACESIncidental Incidental Zirl Morca Illuminate Calgary 10 to 1 place W B Gates Lady Meddlesome Old England Cougar Cougarwere were a few of the horses our patrons received Tuesday If you want to beat the Little Rock races you cannot get along without our wire from that track Neither can yon beat the Benuings races without our wire Wo say this with great confidence Our wires will back up our assertions assertionsWednesday Wednesday at Bennings One Good Tiling You Can Plunge for the limit on this One odds ThingLast about 10 to 1 Wednesday at Little Rock 6 to I Extra Special Good Thing Last week our regular patrons won 455 on 10 bets Try us a week and bo convinced that wo will make as much or more any week that yon try us Form Letter Handicap on all races on sale at 9 a m mRaoe Raoe BureauAlso Track Information Bureau Also sold at Kolmanfl cigar store 287 Dearborn St ci ciar ar store Adams Express Building 185 Dear ¬ born St news stand northeast corner Van Bnreu and Dearborn Sts we have TWO that cannot lose unless they fall down Worth a GOOD BET workouts like Lord Quex and Vassal Dance Dauco we gave for place only I am confident of the win winH H r of each stake in fact past twelve years NEVER missed either 2 each or 5 for the three stakes stakesCOL COL J C WOOTEHS MOB BUNCOBRONCHO INFORMATION CO 94 LINCOLN AVB AVBTel Tel 3051 Dearborn On sale at 193 S Clark at and news boy southeast corner Clark and Madiaon Sts Page  Washington Form Chart. WASHINGTON FORM CHART CHARTWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C March 25 First day Washington Jockey Club Spring Meeting MeetingWeather Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter Mars Cassidjr Racing starts at 3 00 p m W indicates whip 5 spurs H hood 31233 FIRST RACE 34 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances Horses A Wt St 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29613 CHARLEY MOORE W 5 114 5 61 41 4 11 T Burns T P Coles Si 51 31 85 29058 CALGARY if 3 91 4 2 21 21121 Shea MAReardon 20 SO SO 10 81044 ALPACA W 5 116 1 611 1 1 31 Landry A C McCafferty 10 20 20 8 296 29687 7 FONSOLUCA U 3 98 3 3 SH 52 4U Wouderly J G Lyman 4 5 4 85 29578 RED DAMSEL W 3 99 7 7292118MERRIMENT 8 8 7 72 52 Booker G C Johnson 10 10 10 4 429211MERRIMENT 292118MERRIMENT fl 5 3 93 6 1 31 31 MHendersnG W Cook 2 2i 1151 30147 PRINCESS OTILLIE W 4 110 8 72 7 61 7 Odom H Robinson 8 15 12 5 28449 FABIUS US 5 110 2 4 6 62 8 8 Brennan W C Daly 30 30 15 6 Time 122 24 84 1 16 16Winner Winner B g by Eon Lady Grace GraceWent Went to post at 3 00 At post 3 minutes Start fair Won ridden out second driving Charley Moore was in better condition for racing than the others Burns rode him a skillful race waiting to the stretch before he cut loose and was lucky in getting through next to the rail He had to be ridden smartly in the last fifty yards Calgary showed a good burst of speed and ran a fair race aided by the light weight Alpaca appeared to be the winner when a furlong from home but tired in the run in Fousoluca was simply not good enough today but has worked fast Merriment off none toowell will about do next time and needed the race to fit her herScratched29493 Scratched29493 Man o War 101 28598 Goldilia 118 118OTerweights OTerweights Red Damsel S pounds poundsCharley Charley Moore show 4 to 5 Calgary show 4 to 1 Alpaca show 4 to 1 Fonsolnca show 4 to 5 Merriment show 1 to 2 31234 SECOND RACE 13 Mile 400 added 2yearolds Allowances Horses A Wt St A H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 18 13 i Landry jjraughacresStabloS 6 4 85 FIRST CHORD Wft 112 6 3 21 2 Odom RWWaldenSonS 4 1151 TOSCAN BullmanBLUE 112 7 53 4 = SI Bullman A Bolmont 6 8 7 S SJ BLUE AndersonMDA AND ORANGE 112 4 41 3u 4 Anderson J McLaughlin 20 80 30 10 MDA BlakeFLAMBOYANT W 109 8 8 63 51 Blake GWCookCo 10GWCookCo 20 60 60 20 FLAMBOYANT McCueBARON W 113 1 2i 52 6 McCue JG 20JG Lyman 4873 4873Lotos HallFROCKS BARON KNIGHT f 112 5 61 7 71 Hall Lotos Stable 15 15 7 2i 2iDJJideon FROCKS DanzigTUGAI AND FRILLS 109 9 9 81 85 Danzig DJJideon 20 40 40 15 TUGAI BEY VI 112 S 71 9 9 T Burns BurnsTime 0L Richards Time 12 24g 38 50 Winner 50Winner B f by Atheling War Dance II IIWent Went to post at 335 At post5 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Moroa off run order but is a good looking filly First Chord received a little bit the worst of the start but performed well and outgamod Toscan when they engaged in a drive in the last sixteenth Toscan weakened when it seemed as if he would get second place Blue and Orange hold his own throughout and will bear watching Mda made up a big gap Flamboyant away flyjng quit after going a quarter Tugai Bay is a big good looking colt that performed poorly He has worked well and will bear watching Overweights poundMorca watchingOverweights Flamboyant 1 pound Morca show 4 to 5 First Chord show 1 to 2 Toscan show 7 to 5 Q 1 O Q K THIRD RACE About 3 Mile 300 added 4yearoldB and upward Maidens O JL A O O Allowances Steeplechase Lad Horses A Wt St 3 6 9 12 StrFin Jockeys O H C P 24113 HAND VICE 4136 1 1J 15 13 215 230 1 Donahue HI Marshall 65 2 95 out ARIUS J E Lane 35 71025 out 26883KLONDYKE Kg 6 156 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Dosh H HI outH I Marshall 65 2 95 out Coupled in betting Time 427a y Hanover Device DeviceWent Went to post at 400 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second easily Hand Vice fenced poorly throughout but scpred a lucky victory He was seemingly beaten when a quarter from home ut hung on well to the last sixteenth where Arius being short weakened badly and in a hard drive Klondyke was outclassed at the weights Scratched 27614 Silent Friend 149 Overweights Hand Vice 1 pound O I O O f FOURTH RACE S4 Mile 3yearolds and upward O upwardO JL A O O The Bennings Handicap 700 added Value to winner 820 Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29630 HIMSELF S 4 96 2 IH Hi 13 16 Wonderly W C Daly 75 75 1 29626 BASTILE B 6 99 6 3 21 23 22 Booker A E Reynolds 20 SO 30 10 30903 THE HOYDEN W S 109 4 71 72 64 3 Odom A H D H Morris6 10 8 3 29607UNMASKED fe 5 126 1 52 51 4 42 T Burns J G Lyman 3662 29577JOIINET 366229577JOIINET B 5 109 7 8 8 72 51 Blake M J Malonoy 8872 26167 MARU W 3 98 5 2n 31 Su 63 Shea W F Presgrave 10 12 10 3 25782 HAMPSHIRE M 4 104 8 6 61 8 75 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 15 20 20 8 30788SfPIGEON POST M 4 117 3 41 41 E 8 McCue M S Skiles 8 10 10 3 tAdded starter Time 12 24J 48 1 U Winner Ch o by Himyar Felicite Wont to post at 430 At post 6 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Himself is in fine condition and at thq weights was easily tho best He displayed a fine turn of speed for a first time out and was only cantering in the last furlong Bastile showed a good performance in going not to his liking and was easily the best of tho others Booker rode him out in an endeavor to catch tho winner Tho Hojden finished with a rush through the last furlong Unmasked is looking poorly and was anchored by his weight Ohnet always outrun was not up to a hard race Maru and Pigeon Post weakened speedScratched in the stretch after showing speed Scratched 29553 Cormorant 106 29568 Trump 103 29609Slidell 101 29493 Man oWar 100 31233 Fonsoluca 99 29578 Red Damsel 192 192Overweights Overweights Bastile 4 pounds Himself show out Bastile show 4 to 1 The Hoydon show 8 to 5 O 6 Q rj FIFTH RACE 78 Mile 300 added 3yoarolds and upward Maidens O JL O I Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St 1A 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O I H C 29627 ILLUMINATE W 3 99 1 3 2H Hi 15 HO Wonderly Mrs L Curtis 1 85 75 35 29358 MANGO W5 6 118 5 4 = 4 5 31 2 Blake G W Cook 20 30 30 10 29627 GAYHILDA 3 97 2 2 3U 31 2i SH MHendesonJ E Lane 10 12 10 4 21446 WATER ALONE W 4 114 6 71 6 6 41 4ii Soaton Mrs R Bradley 4552 26366fWOODCHUCK 455226366fWOODCHUCK 1 3 102 12 10 10 10 61 5 Booker Reynolds Co 40 40 40 12 2S965 122S965 NALA 3 97 7 61 5i 4 Si 63 Dart GoughacresStablo 10 12 7 2i 29109 THE BLUECOAT 1 4 118 3 SH 8 7n 8 7 Miles G Chandler 20 40 30 10 27089 FATHER DEN 3 104 9 91 9 8 9 81 Brennan W C Daly 15 30 20 8 29058 FOXY CURLY W 3 100 8 8 7 9 10 9 Cummings KensingtonStable 40 100 40 12 29627 PIGEON TOP W 3 99 11 11 11 11 11 Id R Murphy H E Gibson 20 40 30 10 31101 ED FLOURNOY W 3 99 10 12 12 12 12 113 Creamer F T Webster 30 100 100 50 29603 IDLE WAYS W 4 119 4 12 In 21 7i 126 McCue J Borkel 10 12 12 5 FLO RUSSELL 3 97 13 13 13 13 13 133 QThompsonF A G R Hanby 40 60 50 15 INKLING 15INKLING W 3 971414 14 14 14 14 Shea GSelleck 40 10010030 fSubstituted 10010030fSubstituted starter Time 13 24 49JS 1 16 1 30 30Winner LightWont Winner Br c by His Highness Shining Light Wont to post at 5 00 At post 6 minutes Start poor Won easily second driving Illuminate was much the best and was eased up at the end Mango received a hustling ride and standing a hard drive outgamed Gayhilda at the end The latter off well showed speed but hung in the final strides Water Alone finished strongly was gaining at the end and would have been secoud in a few more strides Woodchuck ran a good race from where ho got off and made up a lot of ground Nala had a rough journey Idle Ways was speedy but not up to the route routeScratched312332Calgry Scratched312332Calgry 99 99Overweights Overweights Father Den 2 pounds Foxy Curly 1 1Illuminate Illuminate show 1 to 3 Mango show 5 to 1 Gayhilda show 2 to 1 0 t fl O O SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 40 Yards 100 added 3yearolds and upward 0 1 A O O Selling Ind Horses A Wt St li V2 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31158 WOODTRICE m 5110 1 5 4 3U 22 12 T Burns R J Lyle 4431 S09S9SIR 4431S09S9SIR FLORIAN WJj 6 108 6 2t 211 3H I 221 Odom F Reagan 1 11101 25 Z8573 25Z8573 FARRELL W 7 107 4 4 52 42 43 32 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 4 8 7 21 80415 HOP SCOTCH W 6 107 3 IH 3 5 52 41 Miles M Hogan 30 40 40 15 277771OBSTINATE SIMON W 6 107 2 31 1 1 31 53 R Murphy B F Mvers 50 ICO 100 40 29630 RIGHTAWAY WH 3 96 7 62 6H 6 63 6 Woudorly O L Richards 5 10 10 4 310583LITTLE LOIS W 4 96 10 92 94 98 8 7C Creamer G Gill 50 50 15 6 29109 ROUND UP US 5 113 5 82 82 82 7n 83 McCuo G Borkel 20 40 40 12 29629RINGLEADER W 5 102 8 72 73 7n 9 92 McNichels d A Bennett 30 40 40 15 1529268BENCKART 29268BENCKART JH 4108 910 10 10 10 10 Blako GTYCook 30 50 40 10 Apprentice allowance Time 12 27 52 1 18 1 45 1 48 Winner Ch g by Wood Moss Cantatrice CantatriceWent Went to post at 530 At post 7 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Woodtrice ran a good race and was skillfully handled Burns rated him to the last furlong where ho cut loose and took command in handy fashion and was going away at the end Sir Florian had no mishaps Away welHie simply quit when hard pressed and did not run to his true form Farrell ran a fair race Obstinate Simon displayed early speed but was not up to the journey Rightaway probably short was hustled all the way but lacked speed Hop Scotch ran fairly well Overweights wellOverweights Sir Florian 1 pound Rightaway lRound Up 3 Little Rock Form Chart. LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART CHARTLITTIK LITTIK KOCK AKK March 25 MeetingWeather Second day Arkansas Jockey Club Spring Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge H C Bateman Starter A B Dade Racing starts at 230 pm j indicates whip spurs H hood Q I O O H FIRST RAGE34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St Vt 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners i 3112731NCIDENTAL M 8 100 2 21 2ii 2 H Lindsay W L Thornton 65 1 15 26450 LIZZIE CARR W 4 95 6 13 is is 22 L Smith J J McAlestor 10 E 2 30772BIRDIE STONE US 4 95 1 3i 32 32 31 Helgesou E J Arnold Co 5 6 6 2 31004 JOE COLLINS BS 4102 8 6i 4 52 4i Otis J Arthur 444 85 31004 JUNAETTA 6 103 4 4 6 7i 5 Gormley T Killeen Co 4552 31127 AMOROSO W 93 3 5i 52 41 6 Davisson D P Rodgera Co6 883 30970 MACLAREN W 5 105 7 8 8 8 7 A Jones G Lanka ao 20 20 6 29070 TEMPSE H 7 98 5 7 7 61 8 Bell J K Hughes 10 12 12 4 Apprentice allowance Time 25 50 1 18 Winner 18Winner B g by Protection Carrie N Went to post at 2 S5 At post 5 minutes Start good Won ridden out second easily Incidental was kept in the best going all the way came wide at the stretch turn and wore Lizzie Carr down and was going away at tho end Lizzie Carr showed a fine turn of speed but tired in the stretch and the race should improve her Birdie Stone was under a drive all through the last quarter to stall off Joa Collins strouclvScratched27361 The latter was on the outside all the way but made up a lot of ground and finished strouclv Scratched27361 Pantheon 103 103Overweights poundsIncidental Overweights Joo Collins 5 pounds Incidental show out Lizzie Carr show ovens Birdie Stone show evens Joo Collins show 4 to 5 O 1 f O Q SECOND RACE13 Mile Purse 250 2yearolds Soiling Ind Horses A Wt St M 1A K StrFin Jockeys Owners FOXY KANE iSo I lK i1 oburn G C Bennett Co 35 85112flout DUKE DASHAWAY 102 5 2s 23 23 Otis W Mr Limnrn in 1ft MAUSER iW IOC 4 32 4i 31 Singleton B Schrelber 15 20 15 i GOUDYDEEHHUNTER GOUDY W 106 1 4li3i 41 Lindsay R W Marks 10 Ifl 10 Si DEEHHUNTER 103 3 5 5i 53 R Prince SJ Charles 20 50 SO 15 FANCY MODEL W1056 15W1056 6 6 6 J Woods J W Schorr 5 2 910 Apprentice allowance Time 12i 25t 37i 5H Winner 5HWinner Ch c by Ooondaga Patty of Cork CorkWent Went to post at 310 At post 4 minutes Start good Won eased up second easily Foxy Kane was easily best went to the front without much effort shook off Duke Dashaway in the run homo and was under restraint at the end Duke Dashaway was easily the best of the others Mauser finished well and caught Goudy tiring at tho end Fancy Model had an easy race Overweights raceOverweights Foxy Kane 1 pound Duke Dashaway 1 1Duke Duke Dashaway show evens Mauser show 6 to 5 Fancy Model show out 31229 THIRD RACE 5 13 Furlongs Purse 250 3yearolds Allowances Ind Horses AWtSt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 28932 ZIRL W 105 1 22 2 1 1 Singleton B Schreiber 65 32 32 l2 300522CADET W 107 2 11 3H 2i 2H Coburn GC Bennett 65 65 45 5 31057MAGGIE 47580758CRESCENT CLOPTON B 97 3 41 42 43 31 Helgeson W W Finn 475 80758CRESCENT CITY 102 6 3 = 1 = 32 43 Otis R C Bush 3772 31179 MISS BLARNEY W 102 5 51 52 51 El T Meade W Weir Co 15 SO 80 10 29093 MARIE TRYON fc 102 7 63 63 7i 6 L Smith J S Bratton 6 12 12 5 29021LITTLE MASTER 9910 77 61 7i Houbro Hughes Elliott EO 100 100 40 29479 NORA D JII5 102 8 8888 Lampard MAStephenson 60 10010040 28878 MISS DORA f S 106 4 10 9 9 9 Dominick H R Rice 6 12 12 4 28019 JENNIE DAY BS 105 9 9 10 10 10 Ellis Mrs M Luzader 50 100 100 SO Apprentice allowance Time 24 49J 1 02i 1 10i Winner 10iWinner Blk f by Sain America Went to post at 339 At post 6 mi fought it out all through the last furlong and Zirl finishing best was going away at the end Cadet repeatedly bumped into her in the run home Coburn rode a strong race and Cadet did his best Mag ¬ gie Clopton came very wide into the homestretch but finished strongly Crescent City showed speefl but tired Marie Tryon was probably short shortScratched Scratched 31210 Miss Edd 108 29805 Henry A 104 poundsZirl Overweights 104Overweights Miss Dora 4 pounds Zirl show out Cadet show out Maggie Clopton show evens 31230 FOUETH HACE34 Mlle P Prso250 rso250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St yx X StrFin Jockeys Owners o H 29070 LOONE 4 97 4 53 21 INI 12 L Smith P J Miles qseus o 31157IDA PENZANCE W 4 95 I 2 = 33 3 22 Helgeson W Weir I Co 65 6 5 1 1 311033TRAVERS W 5 ICO 2 U H 21 3 Gormley T M Meek 21 4 4 TS 20163GEO TS20163GEO H KETCHAM 8 105 3 3 51 42 43 Singleton Fred Kraft 665 85 31090 TERRALENE S 5 103 5 4 4 52 5 Davisson JU Strode 40 40 40 10 29480 FRANK PEARCE R 5 108 6 77 6 ON Lampard M AStenheniura 1 In n fi 27706PINE CHIP 4105 7 61 6i 7 7 W Waldo Graves Innes 5 13 13 4 Apprentice allowance Time 251 51 117 Winner 117Winner Ch g by Devotee Clara ClaraWent Went to post at 409 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second tho same Loonewent TT LoonewentTT loadc ati ft0 far urn ad rn a eod race bufc was doin his bost in the run home to stall off Ida r Penzance Tho latter made a wide turn when entering the homeetrotch and lost ground Travers showed ii eed but quit and may not have recovered from his trip from Now Orleans George H Ketcham rn iflirly woll wollScratched Scratched 28920 Kittio G 103 103Loono Loono show out Ida Peiizanco show out Travors show 1 to 2 31231 FIFTH CE1 Mile Purse S250 3yearolds and upward Selling I Ind Horses A Wt St 1A H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312153CHICKADEE W 3 100 6 62 Si 11 It In Gormley HatfioldOwnboy 2 114115710 31141 JOSIE F WS 114115710WS 3 89 5 41 2 21 22 2 W Waldo W W Finn 3 3 85 35 312152ALGIE M B 35B 4 100 3 21 IH l 31 35 Helgeson W Weir 65 65 1 25 30233iBREVER SCHORR W 25W 3 96 4 11 42 31 41 4 T Meade G C Bennett Co 5 993 29455 FLORRIE S S 993S 3 91 7 51 51 P 53 512 Wallace B O Kennedy 15 50 50 15 28881 ROCHESTER iSK 15iSK 5111 1 31 6io 615 620 6io Aker R R Rice 4 15 15 6 30533 REBEL JACK WJ 7 109 27 7 7 7 7 Singleton J J Gilrnoro 15 40 40 15 Apprentice allowance Time 15Time 27521 118145 118145red red or Dnncombe Sabilla Went to post at 440 At post 5 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Chickadee took tho lead on tho far turn and hold it to tho end but was tiring fast Josio F did her best through ¬ out Algie M camo to the extreme outside at the stretch turn and camo fast and strongly through tho stretch and would have won with a few more feet to go Brewer Schorr ran fairly well but tired as if not yet ready Rochester ran poorly Overweights Chickadee 3 pounds No show hotting on first three O l OQO SIXTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Soiling I I Horses A Wt St M J StrFin Jockeys Owner 30185 W B GATES W 6 108 4 61 51 41 Si U Coburn G C Bennett 45 45 35 out 301083CENSOR W 4 108 7 51 31 2 21 21 Lyno J S Rothert 10 SO 30 10 28689 HENGIST WSI 4 107 1 12 Hi 14 12 31 Dominick R R Rice 10 SO 30 10 3100S H OF TRASTAMARE W 7 108 8 71 61 6105 41 Davisson J U Strode Co 6662 31122LIZZIE A S 4 94 2 2 4 5x ois 54 Helgeson E Whalon 6 10 10 3 241693SIR GATIAN BH 6 104 3 31 i 21 31 41 620 Maior A L II M RogerslS 30 30 8 22638 COUSIN LETTIE W 6 102 5 8 8 8 7 7 Singleton R W De Noffo SO 100 100 20 311452SIR KINGSTON Bi 5 102 6 4 7 7 8 8 Otis Mrs R L Rogers 3 3 115710 Apprentice allowance Time 25 50i 1 17i 1 311 311Winner ShifnalWent Winner B g by Prince Royal Penelope by Shifnal Went to post at 511 At post 23 minutes Start fair Won handily second tho same W B Gates came fast through the stretch wore the leaders down and caught them tiring in the run home and was going away at the end Censor ran well but hung when it camo to a drive Hengist showed much speed early but tired as if short Sir Kingston was eased up all through tho last quarter Sir Gatian showed speed and will do to watch Scratched31214 watchScratched31214 Orleans 103 30952 Siren Song 102 312122Harry Wilson 101 31163 Pillardist 99 Overweights Sir Kingston 3 pounds Censor poundsCensor show 3 to 1 Hongist show 4 to 1 Sir Kingston show out Page  A Wholesale Transaction. A WHOLESALE TRANSACTION J N Catndon Jr Hartland Stud Versailles Ky has sold to Messrs J W Schorr and J J McCaf ferty his entire crop of yearlings consisting of thirtyone head Sixteen are by Eshor eleven by Handsome and one each by Lord Hartington Bol vidore Plaudit and Owas The consideration 20000 Is thought to be very cheap and local turf ¬ men think the purchasers have secured a bargain as there are many brothers and sisters to noted stake winners in the lot not to speak of several others which come from the best of imported and native mares We give below a complete list together with pedigrees of the dams Mr Schorr cots the first seven named for 8000 and Mr McCaf ferty the remaining twentyfour at an average of 500 each eachBay Bay colt brother to Theory by Eshcr Morning Glory by Longfellow LongfellowChestnut Chestnut colt brother to Sweet Clover by Esher Kitty Clover by Cloverbrook Brown colt by Esher Fenolla by Fenelon FenelonChestnut Chestnut filly sister to His Excellency by Esher Excellenza by Excel ExcelChestnut Chestnut colt by Handsome Mona Lisa by Sil vermine vermineBay Bay colt by Handsome Adria by Esher EsherBrown Brown colt by Handsome Thisbe by Uncas UncasChestnut Chestnut filly by Esher Palm Leaf by Macduff or Duke of Montrose MontroseBay Bay colt by Esher Santa Rosa II by Candlemas CandlemasBay Bay colt by Esher Washerwoman by Spend ¬ thrift thriftBay Bay colt brother to Sister Juliet by Esher VanaClar by Barnes Brown colt by Esher Lindenette by Linden LindenChestnut Chestnut filly sister to Edna Gerry by Esher Kitty Greame by Tea Broeck BroeckBay Bay colt by Esher Palmetto by Glenelff GlenelffBrown Brown filly by Esher Welcome by Lonrdes LonrdesBay Bay filly by Esher Matron by Hindoo HindooBrown Brown filly T y Esher Princess Prederika by George Frederick FrederickBrown Brown filly by Esher Josie W by Stratford StratfordChestnut Chestnut filly by Esher The Jewess by Saracen SaracenGray Gray colt by Handsome Salome by Bend Or OrBay Bay filly by Handsome Sparkle by Loyalist LoyalistChestnut Chestnut colt by Handsome Bridal by Cadet CadetBay Bay filly by Handsome Miss Hera by Jim Gore GoreChestnut Chestnut colt by Handsome Yvette by Spend ¬ thrift thriftChestnut Chestnut filly by Handsome Furbelow by Glen Arthur or The Rake RakeChestnut Chestnut filly by Handsome Florry Myers by Springfield SpringfieldChestnut Chestnut filly by Handsome Phillippe by Phil ammon ammonBrown Brown colt by Belvidere Lady Caroline by Australian AustralianBay Bay colt by Lord Hartington Potina by Pow hattan hattanBrown Brown colt by Plaudit Bonnie Lou by Enquirer EnquirerChestnut Chestnut filly by Owas Vodka by Spendthrift The Thoroughbred Record Commenting on the foregoing sale Judge Joseph J Burke says in an article published in Morning Telegraph It operates against the business suc ¬ cess of any breeding establishment to sell its annual produce to any one or two turfmen unless the youngsters are in turn parceled out and resold BO as to go into other racing stables stablesOf Of course the best tried of all the youngsters will do battle for the stakes as the dates come on for their decision and equally of course there will remain in the stable all but one or perhaps two the remainder never perhaps having the chance to run for the reputation of their birthplace for the simple reason that some one or two stand out several lengths superior to the others othersNow Now if those thirty yearlings had gone into half a dozen or more different stables they would bo constantly meeting each other the host would win and the honors divided One day Mr Smiths colt by Esher might win the next day another colt by Esher owned by Mr Jones might capture the stake because of a bit of better luck at the start or in the course of the race or through better riding ridingThe The idea is that with tho product of a breeding farm divided up between some of tho best stables the chances of enhancing tho reputation of that farm aro hotter than if all tho yearlings had gone into one persons hands handsAlready Already there is talk of organizing syndicates to purchase many of tho yearlings which would como in the market and predictions are mado that tho groat auctioneering firms of tho country will find a groat falling oil in their business This talk savors so much of rainbow chasing that no one around Now York is worrying about tho threatened decline in business businessTho Tho bulk of the yearlings bred for tho turf will continue to be sold in open market where compe ¬ tition between tho groat men of the turf will serve to make those yearlings realize fancy prices pro ¬ vided they aro bred right rightAlready Already friends of Mr Camdcn say that ho has mado a mistake in soiling hs yearlings in a limited market and not in an open one There is no doubt that the Eshers would have averaged much more at auction than Messrs Schorr and McCafforty paid for them but there wore some by the untried stal ¬ lion Handsome and they were nearly certain to so cheap notwithstanding that Handsome is ason of Hanover backed up on the dams side by Cinder ¬ ella who produced no less than seven winners beginning with tho ordinary racer Foreigner by Fonso and then giving us Ferrier by Falsetto Handsome by Hanover Hastings by Spendthrift Chelsea by Longfellow Plaudit by Himyar and Glonheim by Hanover Eastern Turf News. EASTERN TURF NEWS Of matters of current interest to eastern turfmen tho Now York Sun of Monday says There was a general moving of horses from Gravesend and Shoopshoad Bay tracks yesterday for Washington Father Bill Daly was active early in the day He proceeded to send away Him ¬ self Cartoon Botha Hebron Father Den Fabius Chiron Hurry Squid and Swamplands leaving at home the twoyearolds Bobbinet Annie Daly and Monidor Himself worked threequarters of a milo on Saturday in 1 16 and was eased up Dalys horses madeup the biggest string to leave Graves end1 end1At At Gravesend on Saturday there was a larger turnout of horses than at any previous time this year William Hueston had his twoyearolds Cocagno Velos Counterpoise and Lucky Day all out and three of them worked a quarter in 25 sec ¬ onds He also showed Reformer who looks as if he would be a good threeyearold this season seasonM M F Dwyors horses were conspicuous for their good condition Ethics working threequarters of a mile in 1 23 His twoyearolds William Stead and Hergenia were sont a quarter in 26 seconds P J Dwyers horses Lady Handspring Merry Acrobat and Mennenfiold were allowed to gallop smartly while Hackensack Memphis and Attorney were worked through a quarter in 28 seconds Newton Bonningtons twoyearold Bonsonhurst created much favorable comment by doing an easy half mile in 5S seconds Kilogram Jack Demund Ref ¬ eree and in fact all the horses in Fred Berlews care are in excellent shape just now nowAt At Shoepshead Bay on Saturday trainer Jack Joyner occupied the track for a while with Perry Belmonts Flywheel and Numeral and several other horses belonging to other turfmen Fly ¬ wheel has grown big and hardy during the winter and great things are expected of him during the coming campaign John Tabors fast twoyearold George W Dash covered three furlonga in 37i sec onds the best record for the day Peter Wimmer was about the busiest trainer at the track In addition to Blackmore Garry Herrmann Hands Across Hyphen and Haversack Wimmer showed the twoyearold colt Blue Ribbon by Sir Dixon Bonnie Blue II who is a full brother to Blues and Blue Girl The youngster while not much as to size and power showed plenty of speed and an ex ¬ cellent style He did a quarter in 26 seconds fol ¬ lowed by the other youngsters Oil in the Can East Indian River Pirate and Indian Fairy Other trainers who were occupied were W O Scully William Beckett Thomas Green F A Jones J H McAvoy Frank McCabo and W J Smith Both tracks were in good shape shapePresident President William A Engeman of the Brighton Beach Radius Association has decided to erect a commodious and comfortable field stand which will compare favorably with any field stand on the Metropolitan circuit The new stand will be from designs by Frank H Quinby of New York It is estimated tlmt the structure will cost about 50 000 Tho general dimensions will be 80 by 200 feet and it will accommodate 3500 persons comfortably Tho roof will bo of a design similar to that on the grandstand It will have a span of nearly 100 feet and it will extend a distance of 45 feet over the front seats thus giving ample protection from sun and rain The spectators may have a perfect view of every race run regardless of their position in the stand Gossip Of The Turf. OOSSIP OF THE TURF Twelve car loads of horses over the Illinois Cent ¬ ral arrived hero at Hoby Tuesday morning Tho train was mrdo up at New Orleans Sunday after ¬ noon and loft there at 330 sharp arriving here at 3 30 a m This is tho fastest run that has ever been mado from the southern city to Chicago in tho ship ¬ ping of horses and horsemen wore loud in their praises today of tho splendid service The follow ¬ ing owners and their strings took up quarters at the Lakeside track M Foster with Lcnnep Fake Count Em Out Sam McKeever and Lady Rico RicoW W M Sloan with twelve head including Maggie Davis Digby Boll Moderator Chaminade and Tho Mormon MormonV V Hughes Co withFroo Pass Shut Up Hylo Olelcma Emma A M and Haideo HaideoD D Lamasney with six among them lola Rad ford and Maple MapleJohn John Clorico with Prince Blazes Dorothy Leo False Load Frank Ireland and a 2yearold Coin petition for which he paid 1500 to H T Griflln The youngster is a halfbrotherto Sidney Lucas LucasR R E Maddox with eight among them being Divonno DivonnoT T Licalzi with Hanswurst Wilton and Hop Scotch W R Griffin with Vassal Dance who ran second in the Crescent City Derby sind tho youngster Modern ModernC C DeWitt with five including Banish Piederich and Oznard OznardB B Schroibor with Jerry Hunt Kinestelle and Merida MeridaC C Mulholland with six among them being Donator Homage Glissando McAlbort Heigh Ho and You You Bolich Sweet with If You Dare Rival Dare Dont You Dare and a twoyearold twoyearoldTV TV Burke with Marcos and Goldaga GoldagaN N M Vedder with John Baker and Tyr Shena ShenaW W Walker with five including Life Line Chan ceryand Ceylon CeylonFred Fred Gardner with Lissome Radiant Heat and Blue Mantle MantleS S Morton with six including Pyrrho and Add AddAmong Among the other horses that arrived are Aaron Little Tim Little Emmy Dousterswivel Dagmar Horse Thurles Big Injun Dandola Milldale Ditty and Jim W WThe The track is in pretty fair condition and trainers will begin at once to put their charges into active training as the season opens at Roby April 15 15In In his string at Bennings besides the older horios The Hoyden Dolce Far Niente and Obliged R W Walden has nine twoyearolds six of his own nd three belonging to Fred Littlefield Waldens twoyearolds always score handsomely at theBen nings spring meetings and it is more than probablo that his youngsters will win many of the races for horses of their aga His list is as follows R W Walden Blua Drift ch f by Ornament Mary M MEnhance Enhance br f by Galore Edith EdithFirst First Chord b c by Ben Strome Last Ban BanJuggernaut Juggernaut ch o by Star Ruby Tyranny TyrannyRed Red Knight ch c by Knight of Ellerslie Belle Daly DalyMerry Merry Sister ch f by The Friar Merry One OneF F Littlefleld LittlefleldFair Fair Edna ch f by The Friar Ollie Vic VicFickle Fickle Merde b g by Mars Glide GlideMount Mount Hope br c by Silver Fox Charite S C Bryant the veteran turfman who has been seriously ill the past winter has sold his fouryear old gelding Conundrum by Brigade Lydia Belle to Enoch Wish ard for 2500 Conundrum was quite a useful horsa last year and won several purses for the aged horseman He has been training well this spring and Mr Bryant thinks he will be hard to beat in his class this season It is said that Wis hard bought Conundrum for J A Drake the Chic ¬ ago millionaire turfman Bryant has only two horses left in his stable They are both fillies one a threeyearold Mollie T a candidate for the Ken ¬ tucky Oaks and the other a twoyearold Mary Newman that is entered in nearly all the twoyear old stakes for fillies in the west Eight car loads of horses including the stables of Harry Robinson Fizer Co R E Watkins Co Moses Goldblatt Mrs J B Brannon Henry Simons T Cribben J J Murray P Chinn Co W A Baldwin Liger Brown and others have arrived at Montgomery Park from New Orleans Their arrival increased the local colony of horses close to the 1000 mark and every available stall in the neighborhood of tho track has been filled Some owners were forced to apply to tho old trotting track two miles distant for accommodations New stables have been recently erected by tho local Jockey Club but they are all filled filledIt It is reported that the feet of The Parader are rotting away in a similar fashion to the way tho feet of Hanover which had to be put to death at McGrathiana several years ago did When the horse arrived at Lexington last Sunday in G D Wilsons private horae car he could hardly walk and was almost dragged to Beaumont farm where he and the brood marcs owned by R T Wilson Jr of New York are now quartered Tho Parader won tho Realization Withers and other great races racesMr Mr H A Buck announces that Horses in Train ¬ ing will be published April 4 It will contain a complete list of tho horses in training including twoyearolds in the oast and west giving name age sex color and pedigree Also the owner trainer and stable jockey For reference purposes this book will be invaluable to all interested in racing It will bo bound in leather and suitable for pocket use As only a limited edition will bo issued Mr Buck suggests that orders should bo sont in at once to 571 Fifth Avenue Now York Baker Gentry have a twoyearold bay colt F A Bullock who though a shade under size is go ing as good as anything in training of his age and ho will likely bo heard from favorably in all his oarly races Ho is a half brother to the Oaks win ¬ ner Buola Lou Bramble for which W C Whitney gave a big price when she was a throoyearold Reports from Paris Ky speak glowingly of tho twoyearold half sister to Pink Coat by Candle mas owned by Woodford fc Buckner in whoso colors her noted half brother has earned all his groat turf triumphs She will bo turned over to trainor Buck Franklin in about tan days Ante-Post Betting. ANTEPOST BETTING BETTINGBelow Below will be found the latest quotations of odds laid against the American Derby candidates by JamesyLeary of this city and Joseph F Ullman of Hot Snrinffs Horses OLUll OLUllAbe Abe Frank 10 10 10AllanaDale AllanaDale 20 20 20Allie Allie Virgie 100 200 200Anna Anna Elliott 100 200 200Arian Arian 50 75 75Balm Balm of Gilead 200 300 300Baron Baron 30 30 30Bessie Bessie Spahr 40 60 60Blackthorn Blackthorn 200 500 500Bon Bon Mot 100 200 200Charles Charles W Meyer 40 50 50Corrigan Corrigan 40 40 40Cunard Cunard 40 60 60Dawey Dawey 100 100 100Dr Dr Burns 50 100 100Emshoe Emshoe 100 100 100Eriright Eriright 100 300 300Fromago Fromago do Brie 200 300 300Gold Gold Seeker 30 80 80Hono Hono 15 12 12H H L ColomanlOO 100 100Homestead Homestead 25 30 30Hot Hot 00 500 500Huzzah Huzzah 100 200 200Igniter Igniter 40 50 50Inspector Inspector Shea 75 100 100Jack Jack Demund 100 100 100Jed Jed 100 100 100J J W Rhodes 100 200 200Keynote Keynote 75 100 100Leonora Leonora Loring 75 75 75LordQuex LordQuex 40 60 60Lucien Lucien Appleby 50 50 50Memnon Memnon 40 40 40Merry Merry Maker 100 200 200Northern Northern Star 200 200 200OomPaul OomPaul SO 30 30Owonton Owonton 100 100 100Picquart Picquart 100 200 200Quaker Quaker 75 100 100Red Red Tip 40 75 75Runnels Runnels 10 12 12San San Nicholas 60 100 100Sombrero Sombrero 30 40 40St St Tammany 150 200 200The The LedaeanSOO 500 500Tom Tom Keene 300 500 500Waswift Waswift 50 60 60Wyeth Wyeth 25 30 Besides his Derby book OLeary quotes the fol ¬ lowing odds on tho Brooklyn and Suburban Han ¬ dicaps BROOKLYN HANDICAP Horses Wt Odds OddsBanastar Banastar 127 20 20Blues Blues 124 8 8Bonnibertl22 Bonnibertl22 12 12Garry Garry Hermann120 20 20Ten Ten Candles 119 30 30Advance Advance Guard 117 15 15Lady Lady Schorr 113 50 50Caviar Caviar 112 25 25His His Eminence 111 30 30Elkhorn Elkhorn 109 30 30Black Black Fox 109 30 30Argregor Argregor 107 40 40End End by Right 106 25 25The The Rhymer 106 20 20Kamara Kamara 105 40 40Toddy Toddy 103 30 Trigger 103 40 40Roina Roina 102 60 60Pentecost Pentecost 100 12 12Monograph Monograph 100 30 30SadieS SadieS 98 60 60Flywheel Flywheel 97 40 40Contend Contend 95 100 100Petrall Petrall 92 75 75Ethics Ethics 92 50 50Flora Flora Pomona 90 100 SUBURBAN HANDICAP Horses w Wt Odds OddsBanastar Banastar 127 25 25Alcedo Alcedo 125 20 20Gold Gold Heels 124 12 12Ballyhoo Ballyhoo Bey 1 3 50 50Garry Garry Hermann 121 25 25Hornando Hornando 120 25 25Roehnmpton Roehnmpton 117 20 20Silverdale Silverdale 115 50 50Dr Dr Barlow 113 40 40Autolight Autolight 112 50 50His His Eminence 110 30 30BlackFox BlackFox 109 40 40Six Six Shooter 108 30 30Baron Baron Popper 106 25 25Mischievous Mischievous 106 75 75Alard Alard Scheckl05 50 50Blue Blue Girl 104 30 30Toddy Toddy 103 40 40Trigger Trigger 102 40 40Flying Flying lorpedoI02 75 75Monograph Monograph 100 30 Chilton 99 40 Wealth 98 100 Dixioline 97 40 All Gold 96 75 Port Royal 95 40 Keynote 92 50 50Northern Northern Star 90 150 Horses OLUll OLUllAladdin Aladdin 40 60 60Alibert Alibert 100 100 100Andy Andy Williams SO 75 75Archie Archie 200 300 300Arsenal Arsenal 60 60 60Barouche Barouche 200 200 200Belles Belles Commoner 75 80 80Blackmoro Blackmoro 50 100 Blennenworth 100Blennenworth 50 50 50Cameron Cameron 50 100 100Compute Compute 30 50 50Cruzados Cruzados 15 20 20Dark Dark Secret 100 100 100Dixielino Dixielino 50 50 50Ed Ed Austin 75 75 75Endur Endur by Right 20 20 20Escalanto Escalanto 50 200 200Glen Glen Water 100 200 200Hargis Hargis 50 75 75Hermis Hermis 50 BO BOHenry Henry Zitt 50 50 50Hopedale Hopedale 100 500 500Hunter Hunter Raine 75 100 100Hyphen Hyphen 30 30 30Indian Indian II 100 100 100Inventor Inventor 100 150 150Jaubert Jaubert 80 80 80J J V Kirby 40 50 50Kaffir Kaffir 100 200 200Larry Larry Young 50 60 60Leroyd Leroyd 200 500 500Lou Lou Woods 200 200 200McChesneyT McChesneyT 10 15 15Merriment Merriment 75 100 100Nellie Nellie Waddell 75 75 75Old Old England SO 30 30Otis Otis 50 50 50Pentecost Pentecost 20 20 20Prowl Prowl 300 500 500Red Red Hook 75 100 100Remorse Remorse 200 200 200Sambo Sambo 100 200 200Slipthrift Slipthrift 50 40 40South South Trimble 40 50 50The The Giver 75 100 100TimD TimD Jr 300 500 500Trialmore Trialmore 150 150 150Water Water Boy 100 100 Horses Wt Odds OddsAlcedo Alcedo 125 12 12Herbert Herbert 121 15 15Hernando Hernando 120 20 20Roehampton Roehampton 118 15 15Dr Dr Barlow 113 30 30Irritable Irritable 112 50 50Autolight Autolight 112 SO SOWater Water Cure 110 30 30Brigadier Brigadier 109 25 25Baron Baron Pepper 107 25 25Mischievous Mischievous 106 50 50Alard Alard Scheckl06 40 40Gulden Gulden 105 60 60Carbuncle Carbuncle 104 50 The 50The Regent 103 30 30Flying Flying Torpedo 102 75 75Lanceman Lanceman 100 30 30OomPaul OomPaul 100 25 25Chilton Chilton 99 40 40Wealth Wealth 97 100 100All All Gold 97 60 60Port Port Royal 95 40 40Keynote Keynote 92 40 40Northern Northern Star 90 150 150Maximola Maximola 88 200 200Alsike Alsike 86 100 Horses Wt Odds OddsWater Water Color 127 8 8Blues Blues 124 12 12Bonnibert Bonnibert 123 15 15Herbert Herbert 121 15 15McMeekin McMeekin 121 30 30Ten Ten Caudles 119 30 30Advance Advance Guard 117 15 15Dublin Dublin 114 30 30Lady Lady Schorr 113 60 60Water Water Cure Ill 30 30Elkhorn Elkhorn 109 40 40Brigadier Brigadier 108 25 25Heno Heno 107 15 15Arizregor Arizregor 106 40 40The The Rhymer 105 30 30Kamara Kamara 104 40 Carbuncle 103 60 Withers WithersRoina 103 75 Roina 102 60 Gold Seeker 100 25 Oom Paul 100 25 Pentecost 99 20 SadieS 98 60 FlywheelArden Flywheel 97 40 Arden 97 50 Contend 95 150 Slipthrift 93 60 American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The Amorican 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 tablo showing how to compute bookmaking per ¬ centages track records of all the recognized tracks of tho 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 215 trotters of 1901 Also a complete record of performances at all styles of billiards MONTHLY FORM BOOKS BOOKSThe The Form Book for February is ready for sala and includes the racing of March 1 Paper cover 1 leather cover 150 Page  Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHABLESTON S C March 25 The form of Wednesdays Charleston fields is First Race Barney F Emigrant Friend Jack Second Race Lauria Onomastus Loyalty Third Race Certain By Georce Bad Penny Fourth Race Nellie Fonso Celia Kildarlie Fifth Race Millstream Aborigine Grace Wilson Charleston Entries. CHARIJ3STON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp312253Barney 312253Barney F a 113 700 31245 Lizzie Tello 6 Ill 670 31223 Salome 8 Ill 685 685311893Friend 311893Friend Jack 3 102 690 31247 Little Tower 3 102 675 51224 Emigrant 3 99 695 695311892Mollie 311892Mollie Brooks 3 97 680 31087 RosieR 3 97 675 675Second Second Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 31222 Onomastus 6 113 695 31205 Hanno 4 110 685 31152 Fiddler III 6110 675 31118 Broadway 4 110 G75 G75310012Haco 310012Haco 8 110 680 31222 Loyalty 9 110 690 690312223Lauria 312223Lauria 8 108 700 31189 ABride 4 105 670 670Third Third Race G 12 Farlongs Farlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling311742Lady 311742Lady Aintree a 108 685 68531224Certain 31224Certain 5 107 700 31209By George 6 104 695 69531249Bad 31249Bad Penny 4 104 690 690312093QueenL 312093QueenL 6 102 685 31249 Incandescent 6 102 680 680311923Sir 311923Sir Kenneth 6 100 675 675Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling312062Canrobert 312062Canrobert 5 114 685 31226 Kildarlie a 113 690 69031222Nellio 31222Nellio Fonso 5 Ill 700 31188 Antagone 5 Ill 680 31134Celia 6 Ill 695 31224 Vince 4 110 675 675312452Johnny 312452Johnny Brown 4 110 670 670Fifth Fifth Race 1 11O Miles 4j earolds and upward Selling Selling312033Cathedral 312033Cathedral 6 109 685 68531225iGrace 31225iGrace Wilson 4 109 690 31222 Brahmin 6 109 680 31205Millstream 7 109 700 70031223Aborigine 31223Aborigine 5 106 695 31223 The Brother 4 105 675 675312232Virgie 312232Virgie 0 7 104 680 680312233Lauras 312233Lauras First 4 100 670 31225 Delia Ceo 4 100 675 Racing Dates Of 1902. RACING PATES OF 1903 1903Oakland Oakland Gal Jan 1 April 26 Charleston S C Janl Little Rock Ark March 24 29 29March Memphis Tenn March 31 April 23 Washington Bennings March 25 April 12 Aqueduct N Y April 15 May 1 Kinloch Park St Louis April 15 May 2 Lakeside Ind April 15 30 30April Nashville Tenn April 24 May3 New Louisville Ky May 1 24 Worth 111 May 1 24 Morris Park N Y May 2 22 Fair Association St Louis LouisToronto May 3 June 28 Toronto Ont May 2231 2231May Brooklyn N Y May 24 Juno 13 Latonia Ky May 26 June 20 Hawthorne Chicago May 26 June 6 Hamilton Out June 2 7 Harlem Chicago June 7 June 20 Fort Erie Ont June 10 July 23 Sheepshead Bay N Y June 14 July 4 4June Washington Park Chicago ChicagoDelmar 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 Highland Park Detroit July 26 August 23 Saratoga N Y August 4 29 Harlem Chicago August 4 16 Kinloch Park St Louis August 14 20 Hawthorne Chicago August 18 30 30Windsor Windsor Ont August 25 September 27 27Sheepshead 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 Aqueduct N Y Lakeside Ind November 3 20 20Washington Washington Bennings November 10 g The Racing Calendar CalendarOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE JOCKEY CLUB Invaluable to Turfmen interested in Racing in the East and to Breeders Throughout the Country CountryAs As all registrations must be made direct to The Jockey Club the Racing Calendar as its official organ publishes earliest all such registrations of foals and names and all announcements in regard to registration and naming as well as the rulings and proceedings of The Jockey Club entries to stakes of Eastern Racing Associations official summaries stake aunouncoments declarations dates etc and matters of interests to breeders and owners SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 500 PER ANNUM 25O FOR SIX MONTHS MONTHSADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION APPLICATIONAddress Address H A BUCK Publisher Windsor Arcade New York City Charleston Form Chart. CHARLESTON FORM CHART CHARTCHARLESTON CHARLESTON S C March 25 Eightythird day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Harry Tupper Starter John P Roach Racing starts at 3 00 p m 31245 FIRST RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M y2 X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 311903RUBY RILEY 6 108 1 la 12 H 12 Rooney W Lurkins 852 1 out 31134 JOHNNY BROWN 4 101 2 23 23 2 23 Leer Palmetto Stable 2 11511535 31206 MUDDER 4 99 4 4 3U 32 32 Redding O F Delino 12 20 20 5 31208 LIZZIE TELLO 6 103 5 3a 5 43 410 Paretto WCWestmorelandS 8 8 2i 31003 TROUBALINE a 103 3 5 4 5 5 MWilliams J R Hand 65 115115110 115115110Time Time 26 53 1 061 061mnner CharmWent mnner Br m by Paniquo Silver Charm Went to post at 325 At post 13 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Ruby Riley was away flying and raced Johnny Brown into submission The latter was good enough by virtue of tha start to retain second place Mudder ran in improved form Lizzie Tello was practically left at the post betterScratched Troubaline ran poorly and can do better Scratched 31170 Laroquoiso 110 110No No show betting O1 Q SECOND RACE 4 13 Furlong Purse 100 3yearolds Allowances A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 311713 FANNIE KNOX 107 1 12 is is Hall HL Johnson 75 3118S3PUDGE 107 2 21 22 2x = J Moore G Kelly 44475 31170 OHIO KING 112 3 53 4n 35 Rooney H Cheek 4431 31222 JANIE SEAY 107 4 3 SXK 4 Paretto WCWcstmoreland2 4 4 75 30965 GEORGIENA 107 a 42 55 55 Patton H Baker 2 2i 2i 1 31171 ME 107 6 666 Redding S Pack 10 10 10 4 4e 31135 LADY FLORENCE 107 Left at the e post S Johnson B L Shaw 15 20 20 8 Time 25 1 52i 59K Winner MontvaleA 59KWinner B f by Appomattox Montvale A ent to post at 4 04 At post 3 minutes Staitbad Won easily second driving Fannie Knox had a three lengths advantage at the start which practically gave her the race Pudge was under pros1 sure all the way and was tiring fast at the end Ohio King came with a rush in the last quarter Janie Seay was in close quarters on the backstretch and tired in the run homo Georgiena was wretchedly ridden Me was practically left leftScratched Scratched 31170 Harris9n F 112 112Pudge Pudge show 3 to 5 Ohio King show 1 to 2 Janie Seay show 3 to a Georgiena show 1 to 2 O1 O A rr THIRD RACE 58 aiile PurseSlOO 3yearolds and upward Allowances rses A Wt St Ji Yz L StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 1231173BETTIE 31191ALZORA 4 105 1 15 lio 110 is Rooney J G Myers 75 95 95 12 31173BETTIE B II 7 108 2 2 2io 212 220 w Stewart W F Walter 45 45 710out 31192 FRANK B 9110 3 35 310 310 320 D Hall C Hawk 2i 4 41 30765 ZANONE 9 110 5 410 410 4 45 deary J A West 44465 31155 LITTLE TOWER 3 97 4 5555B Haygood P Carter 10 30 30 10 10Time Time 25 51 1 05 Winner 05Winner Ch f by Kingston Mary M MWent Went to post at 430 At post 9 minutes Start bad Won easily second the same Alzora was presented with the race by the starter Sha showed much speed and is at her best at present Bettie B II ran an honest race under difficulties and with an even break might have won Frank B ran to his best leftScratched form considering the start Zanone was practically left Scratched 31191 Barney Saal 110 110Alzora Alzora show out Frank B show out Zanone show out XT 24S FOURTH RACE58 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M Yz StrFin Jockeys O H C P 31171 KINGFUL 5 120 3 2 22 12 is May E A Massart 332 45 31171 B O REED 4120 1 IH 12 23 21 C Davis J H South 2 2 75 35 30764KATIE GIBBONS 6 108 2 310 310 310 35 D Hall E S Marshall 65 2i 2i 45 31207 ST BISHOP 3 107 4 42 42 42 42 Leer Bacon Co 3 3 3 31224 JOHN V DAHNEY 3 3104 104 5 52 5 52 55 Rooney HL Johnson 3 5 5 30649 DEADLY NIGHT SHADE 3 107 6 6666 T Stewart PBratton 6 12 12 4 Time 4Time 25i 52 107 Winner 107Winner UsefulWent Ch h by Kingston Useful Went to post at 510 At post 19 minutes Start fair Woneasily Second all out Kingful B O Reed on the stretch turn and in the run homo drew away easily B O Reed was off flying and caught had no mishaps Katie Gibbons was cut off on the turn St Bishop had an easy race Deadly Night Shado should improve from this race Scratched 312253Barney F 120 30683 Mollie Aaron 103 Kingful 103Kingful show out B O Reed show out Katie Gibbons show out St Bishop show out 31249 FIFTH RACE7G 12 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Vz 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312092 BAD PENIS 4 99 3 22 H 13 13 DHall L Wainwricht RT B5 Qin n 31171LADY HAYMAN 4 100 1 15 210 210 210 Rooney H Cheek 2 4 4 1 311912SAMIVEL 7102 2 33 35 35 32 Paretto G W Neal 4511101110 4511101110onfc ont 070INCANDESCENT 6 103 4 4 4 4 4 Todd WBLittrell 4 444 4 4 65 Time 25i 52i 1 20 1 7 Winner ElyniiWent B c by Tenny Lizzie Elynii Went to post at 600 At 5 minutes post Start fair Won in a cantor second easily Bad Pennv to nis best form and only had to canter all the way He is in good form at resen Tnriir a am m Saniivsl ran poorly He is not over partial to a route Scratched 31224Certain 105 No show betting Illinois Centra Turf Exchange ExchangeCommissions Commissions all fleces on Stations mt s Second ond Third Train Train Train TrainLy 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ry Ly Ly 1 Randolph VanBcran 33 St St ill 1238 1235 js 105 108 Is 135 158 ISthSt 1210 110 140 1 4O Returning tralneat i45 and 605 pm 22nd 14022nd St 1242 112 142 and after last race 14563rd 9th 1429th St 1245 115 145 63rd St 1250 120 150 150Grand Grand Crossing 12 5 1 Kensington 109 1 New ExchangeOn Turf Exchange On St Paul aailroafl Canal aitf Warns streets T Ainilln inI lstTraln Leaves Unlon DePot l I25 ° P inILOilllaFu LOilllaFu U VA A11U1 U 2nd Train ° 5 p m 3rd Trj 55 P flctual Running Time TVrtyFiYe jnmutes jnmutesROUND ROUND TRIP Notice. DAILY RACING FORM is a publication which is built by its staff from day to day Its form and the number of its charts are copyrighted The chart numbers are so arranged that legal identifi ¬ cation is easy of proof The selections and handi cap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis The latter come from the work of four experts after the telegraphic receipt of charts and entries All persons are warned not to use said chart or index numbers selections or handicap figures Page  The Melbourne Stud StudUM LIMITED TO THIRTY APPROVED MARES UM 4ekiR B Glifktl PlemCJSprmg PROPERTY OP p j DWYER Sp 1 GP Q QHandspring Handspring vron 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 sis starters three of which Merriment Meditation and Major Daingerliold are high class winners and one of his other starters which only twice raced ran second in one of his starts in company of stale 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 ho 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 Glencoo Tims combining several times over the wonderful Glencoo 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 considerationRainbow Rainbow S SBrown Brown horse loii nuiidi nigh ioalcd 1690 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 throL carold foriii vorked a mile and a half trial in 236 over the Coney Island tracK Eainbows dam But and Blue is by War Dance one of the best of Lexingtons sons out of the famous old matron Reel by imp Glencoe Buff and 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 to a 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 ijerformers Menace who won eighteen races a greater number than anj 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 10 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 ownersSt St JWI1 1 LIMITED TO THIRTY MARES f S 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 Larchmont Stakes 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 1901j yet ho 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 Ho is also a grand breeder of individuality and as fine a tempered horse as there JS in Kentucky KentuckyJim Jim Gore Private PrivateBy By Hindoo dam Katie by imp Phaeton Sire of Beau Gallant The Goldfinder Amelia Mayt Beau Ideal Moncreith Gorman Knowles Donna Seay and many other stake winnqrs and great campaigners campaignersPrmoe Prmoe of ftftortaeo Private PrivateBy By imp St Blaise dam Carina by Kingfisher Sire of Fancywood Blennenworth Monarka Precur ¬ sor Autumn Leaves Sting Kilmantle who won twice and was placed four other times out of seven starts in England in 1901 Colbert and many other winners winnersThe 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 ia 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 grass 5 which must be considered a very low price considering the established reputation the Mel ¬ bourne 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 endBS BS TJsnal return privilege if horse is alive and in my possession 8 For catalogue and further information address W S BARNES Proprietor Lexington Ky I ALL THE TURF PUBMSHEl OP THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE THEWESTERN NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALLTRAGKS pertly Indexed IndexedTelegraphic ARE FULLY RE ¬ Telegraphic Correct Con ¬ PORTED cise Comely ComelyTraining Training News a Specialty SpecialtyOff Off Our Own Presses Be ¬ 124 126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PBICE PBICEONE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 750ONE ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIBSTCIASS MAIL IN PIAIN ENVELOPE flmerican Sporting jnamial For 1902 COPYRIGHTED 5555 Running Trotting and Pacing AN 5555 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