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MEMPHIS ITEMS I In the Ullmau winter book which has been made madeon on the Montgomery Handicap Waring has remained a strong choice with the betting public being backed from 25 to 1 to 3 to 1 Present prospects show more than fifteen candidates being hustled into shape for the race The question of jockeys has worried certain owners and even S C Hildreth has been until recently undecided as to who was to toride ride Waring It is now certain that Turner who is under contract to W C Whitney will have the mount Several owners stand to win small fortunes in the event of their candidates winning No one knows with the exception of Hildreth how much he will enrich his exchequer in the event of victory by either of his horses Hiram Pierce stands to win 10000 on Walkenshaw which was laid against 100 Albert Simons has good prospects of adding over 10600 to his winnings in the event of a victory victoryfor for Nitrate A list of probable starters with their weights and jockeys is as follows Horses Wt Jockeys JockeysWaring Waring 124 NTurner NTurnerHermencia Hermencia 102 Lady Wadsworth 92 Nobleman 92 Louden LoudenSilurian Silurian 100 J Walsh WalshFlying Flying Torpedo 107 Birkenrnth BirkenrnthWalkenshaw Walkenshaw 100 Otis OtisBarouche Barouche 94 Redfern RedfernBrigade Brigade 102 LeeKing 98 WaxTaper 124 Aker Flora AkerFlora Pomona 98 J Woods WoodsNitrate Nitrate 105 Coburn CoburnCaviar Caviar 117 OBrien OBrienMiraclcII MiraclcII 87 T ONeil ONeilScarletLily ScarletLily 95 There is a doubt about Coburn riding Nitrate Simons it is said has a contract on Cobnrns ser ¬ vices for the Montgomery Handicap and it is in his power to keep Coburn on the ground orride him on Nitrate NitrateRedfern Redfern has been engaged for Barouche for sev ¬ eral weeks and T P Hayes who has first call on ONeil gave Tichenor Co permission to ride ONeil in the race raceContinued Continued rain has interfered somewhat with the going at Montgomery Park for the last few days and on this account trainers have been delayed slightly but as most of their charges were suffi ¬ ciently well advanced the loss of a day or so will have no serious effect As it is all the horses in training there are in good condition and wondarful things are looked for from the horses who wintered at Memphis during the winter of 190102 190102This This year the hurdle race has been abandoned at Montgomery Park and there will be nothing but steeplechases in the way of jumping races The latter are very popular there and will be made a feature The Cotton Stakei with 1000 added will be a crosscountry race that will attract consider ¬ able attention The first betting on the local twoyearold stake for fillies occurred Tuesday M Van Praag a wealthy Now Yorker who has taken his family there to witness the running of the Ardelle Stakes in which Navasota recently purchased by Van Praag in New Orleans is to meet the best in Schorrs Vanderbilts and other strings bet book ¬ maker Johnny Fay 500 to 2500 that Navasota would win the race pay or play betting rules to govern Van Praag is enthusiastic over the chances of his filly in any company and has offered to match her for any amount the distance to bo named by the owner of the filly he matches with He will take Navasota direct to the New York tracks after the Memphis meeting She was re ¬ turned a fivetime winner in seven starts at Now Orleans and finished second once In her other start she unseated her rider and has shown remark ¬ able speed in all races Horses At Lexington. HORSES AT UBXINGTOX For the first time in over two months the trainers t at the Kentucky Association course at Loxjngton 1 last Wedneiday were able to use the track and the A way they sent their charges along was a caution Of course no real fast work was done but the pipe openers wore stiff ones and in about a week some real fast quarters will bo done doneThere There are now between 250 and 300 horses at the j track and there is very little sickness among them Of the older brigade there are but a small number of real cracks but the barns are full of useful j bread winning platers Time was when this old track was the training ground for nearly all the Kentucky and American Derby candidates in the spring but things have changed Nowadays the j horses for the big Derbys are raced into condition j in the south and southwest southwestAt At the track however there are four or five three yearold colts that are Derby aspirants Jack Bak ¬ er trainer for Baker Gentry has a pair to draw to South Trimble the wellknown twoyearold per ¬ former and J W Rhodes the untried halfbrother of Lieutenant Gibson John Rodegap of Spokane fame has Inventor in his string while Jim Baker is handlfngThe Common a sonof The Commonerl All three are in good shape but their trainers are not boasting like some others of what they are go ¬ ing to win None will start until the Latonia Der ¬ by and that gives the trainers sufficient time to properly prepare them themla la the twoyearold line a person has to do some gnessing and base the guessing on yearling work The trainers have not had a chance to set them down as twoyearolds There are lots of good looking ones and well bred too but their real class will not be known for a week or so There are a number which are labeled for sale and all kinds of sensational moves may bo looked for from the pen of news fakirs fakirsOne One of the harbingers of returning spring in Lex ¬ ington is the appearance in the show windows of wellknown tailoring firms of jockey colors and these aets of colors are gazed at by hundreds of the passing throng A few years ago this firm made an average each year of a hundred sets but for the last two years or rather since racing was abandoned in Lexington the average has been about forty sets a year The jackets and caps are made of satin and silks and sell for 15 per set A number of wellknown trainers and turfmen however have their colors made by their families St Louis Republic Little Rock Pooling. MTTIE ROCK POOMNG LITTLE ROCK AKK March 26 Pools on tomor ¬ rows races wero sold here tonight as follows First Race LiKie Carr 5 Travers 3 field 4 4Second Second Race Pay the Fiddler 5 Harv B 2 Lizzie A 2 Birdie Stone 2 Brewer Schorr 2 field i iThird Third Race Zirl 10 Little Jack Horncr 9 H S Tobacco 4 Crescent City 2 field 2 2Fourth Fourth Race Mallory 5 field 4 4Fifth Fifth Race Braw Lad 5 B G Fox 3 Heng istJ field 1 1Sixth Sixth Race Chickadee 5 Henry of Trastamare 3 Plead 2 IdaPenzance 2 Incidental 2 Tea Gown 2 field 2 Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF T Hayes has purchased Our Lizzie from Harry Stover The consideration is said to have been 500 500St St Felicits Ed Lanigans St Carlo mare has a fine appearing colt by Rubicon RubiconPaul Paul Clifford is to bo fired and turned out in Cali ¬ fornia until next winter winterCharles Charles Boots intends to tako a string to New York this season Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND OAKLAND CAT March 20 One hundred and twentyfourth day New California Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear traek sloppy Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter J J Holtman Racing starts at 210 p m B indicates whip 5 spurs H hood O f p FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Sailing Ind Horses A Wt St 1A 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30173 ROYALTY 41 411 31 11 Troxler W B Sink Jr 3 1651351 iJuetftwjsiiTAK H lUi 2 21 2i 2H 2i 23 23 d J Ranch itanch A A Josephs Josephs 95 2 2i 21 1 311513VASSALO W5 109 10 7 5 51 35 Stuart Burns BurnsWatei Waterhse 18 15 15 6 31165SDWIGHT WAY Mi 104 9 62 61 41 41 L Jackson V Gilbert 8 15 15 6 31185IRUBINO B 109 6 7i II It 5 Prior Nichols Bowleya 5485 31062 FOREST KING W 102 7 8 7 7 61 L Daly S J Jones SO 40 40 15 26135 SWIFTLIGHT W 107 1 31 SH 8 71 Frawley E M James 30 10010040 31216 ILLOWAHO B5 112 8 98 61 81 J Mathews W H Ketchiman 8 15 15 6 29897 JIM ROBERTS W 112 11 11 10 10 91 Fauntlaroy R Hughes 60 100 100 40 31110 MYTHROX W 110 5 51 9 9 102 Conley Elmwood Farm 12 30 30 10 31183 20Ran ANNA B R5 109 3 10 11 11 11 Foucon H H Egbert 20 50 50 20 Ran as Snowberry Time 26 51 1 17 NorfolkWent Winner 17Winner B g by Cavalier Empress of Norfolk Went to post at 2 10 At post 3 minutes Start good Won driving second easily Royalty fresh and good and a stayer was well up to the stretch where he wore Ishtar down at the end and probably was best Ishtar was lucky displayed fine speed and stamina and but for too much early use might have won Vassalo caught the others of the field when turning into tho stretch after having made up much ground from a bad start Dwight Way went well Rubino off badly and excessively hustled in the first half tired in the stretch Swiftlight and Mythrox showed brief early speed speedScratched Scratched 31217 Evea G 107 Overweights 107Overweights Mythrox 3 pounds Anna B 2 2Uoytilty Uoytilty snow 3 to 5 IshtarrsbowrvO2 Vassalo show S to l Bubino show 4to 5 31257 SECOND RACEG 13 Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St H J StrFin Jockeys Owners O H CTP 31169 COLONIAL GIRL 3 96 3 St 32 23 1 Goodyear W M Rogers 78485 30945 JOHN PETERS W 3 104 2 13 1H It 25 J Ranch J F Schorr 85 85 85 45 305922PAT MORRISSEY BSH 8110 5 2121 3 31 L Daly H E Rowell 7 10 10 31 31132 TUFTS ftS 3 101 4 52 55 5 4 = Stuart C W Chappell 15 30 30 8 31115 WYOMING W 9 120 1 48 4 43 a Troxler J G Brown Co i 6 6 85 30455 CAPTAIN GAINES W 5 113 7 7 65 6S 6 J Mathews W G Mathews 10 20 20 8 31132 BURDOCK fl 5 110 6 62 7 7 7 Early J S Campbell 0 100 100 40 31097 BASSENZO BS 3 96 Left at the post L Jackson J Maiden 35575 Time 24J 49 1151 123 Winner 123Winner B f by Meddler Springtide Went to post at 2 40 At post A minutes Start good for all except Basseneo Won handily second easily Colonial Girl from a lucky start ran on her own courage and gradually closing in the last up half she overhauled and passed John Peters and won going away John Peters snowed the most early speed but fails to stay except in more muddy going Pat Morrissey is in his best form and displayed fine speed and stamina Tufts broke flatfooted and after hopelessly lagging in the first quarter closed fifteen lengths on the leaders in the last half and should have bean third He is a fine stayer and up a useful horse Wyoming was found wanting today 111 tho matter of his usual strong stretch run Captain Gaines watchScratched was nearly left and closed a big gap He will do to watch Scratched 312413February 108 20841 Phyllis 94 Corrected 94Corrected weights John Peters 104 Overweights 104Overweights Colonial Girl 2 pounds Colonial poundsColonial Girl show 4 to 6 John Peters show 2 to 5 Pat Morrissey show 7 to 5 O I f K O THIRD RACE 1 3Iile Purse iCO oyearolds ud upward A Wt St li 1A 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31204 COMMR FORSTER W 3 97 l 3iJ m m H 2 L Jackson J F Schorr t3 31 31 45 31133 LENA 88 99 2 2H 31 2 21 21 J Ranch FT Nichols 6 61 61 2 312043DEAN SWIFT 3 101 8 41 4 = 411 32 33 Goodyear W M Rogers 6 8 8 21 311683BLACK DICK m 4 110 3 5 52 3 48 410 Conley L V Bell S5 85 1 12 26048 MATILDA O US 12US 4 97 5 11 IH 55 56 5 W Knapp H C Ahlors 40 100 ICO 40 30031 EL ORIENTS M 4 100 7 62 65 68 610 615 Ransom E J Baldwin Co 15 20 16 6 31217 KITTIE KELLY S 5 104 4 7 7 7 7 7 Duggan W L Stanfield 10 80 30 10 23184 SLAP DASH fl 4 108 6 8 8 8 8 8 J Mathews C E Dnrnell 15 30 39 10 Time 26 511 117 144 PcninahWent Winner Ch c by Linden Pcninah I Went to post at 3 10 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second handily Commissioner Forster galloped under a still pull to the hulf uhere ho easily rau iuto a winning lead which he main tained without much effort to the end ¬ and was easily best Lena fresh and good and favored the by soft track ran a fine race Dean Swift is a big clumsy and heavy headed colt and was at disadvan in the a tage going and with his incompetent jockey but was a good horse and can probably beat the win tier under more favorable conditions Black Dick wants a long and race fast track and a unable was to stride freely in the going Matilda O went a good six furlongs El Oriente sulked and Kit tie Kelly went hopelessly wide on the firet turn and carried Slap Dash with her can do better Scratched 31201 Diomed 106 311S9 Dorian 108 31201 Free Lance 101 Corrected weights Dean Swift 101 Overweights Black Dick 2 pounds poundsCommissioner Commissioner Forster show 2 to 5 Lena shov evens Dean Swift show out show 6 to 5 Black Dick I O l O P O FOURTH RACE 1 38 Miles Purse 500 4yearolds and upward Handicap A Wt St St K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P n v ivnapp L Koas 5 10 10 2 25 L Jackson GB Morris 311002LTZELLA ft 7 104 3 31 3 4n 5 42 33 J Ranch J Wober Co 7107103a ont 312203POSITION M 5 106 5 5 5 5 3 33 410 Stuart D S Fountain 68895 31220 THE FHETTER fiS 6 104 2 1 I 221 4 5 5 L Daly F J ORourko 36 10 20 20 5 4 65 Timo26 5111171 143 l57i 2 231 Winner NannieWent Ch g by Fonso Miss Nannie Went to post at 335 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second ored by the distance and slow going and skillfully ridden sant easily Frangible fav ¬ was along at a fast and outstayed Water Cure at the end The latter tired perceptibly in the even pace throughout going which defeat He outclasses accounts for his this kind on a fast track Lizella also favors a good track but she finished pectodly and is unex strong evidently as good as ever Position after trailing well in hand in tho stretch on three legs but walked out of his lameness The Frettor was pulling up speedy for seven furlongs was unable to stay but was furlongsFrangible Frangible show 3 to 5 Lizella show 3 to 5 OONTIITOED ON TIFTH PAGE OAKLAND FORM CHARTCONTINUED 01 C ± r FIFTH RACE 1 11G Miles Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 1A U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312011DR BERNAYS WH 7106 3 22 321 21 It If L Daly J Conway i 31168 MAC GYLE H 5 106 1 4 41 4H 2 2 L Jackson Elmwood Farm 65 32 65 13 31204 QUADRA WSH 3 86 2 33 2 1 33 310 W Knapp Curl Co 88732 30172 ALADO Hi 5 106 5 5 5 5 5 410 Duggan F J Todd 100 100 100 40 31204 OSCAR TOLLE Mi 4 106 4 12 1H 31 43 5 Bozeman E J Baldwin Co 3 10 10 21 21Time Time 265 50 1 16 1 431 1 50 Winner Ch g by Sir Dixon Wiesbaden WiesbadenCTWent CTWent to post at 4 01 At post 2 minutes Start good Won handily second easily Dr Bernays is in great form and was easily best but was poorly handled He ran in spurts and was inclined to loaf but responded to the whip with a rare burst of speed Mac Gyle pulled up Bore Ho was favored in wait ¬ ing in behind the good pace set saved ground on the stretch turn and finished strongly Quadra raced a good six furlongs but Knapp was unable to manage her to advantage in the stretch Alado went mod ¬ erately well Oscar Tolle had a scant chance with his bad jockey Ho was hustled along Dearly and is probably a nonstayer nonstayerOverweights Overweights Oscar Tolle 1 pound poundNo No show betting on first three Q l O r 1 SIXTH RACE Futnrity Course 170 feet less than 34 mile Purse 400 O JL O JL 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A t St Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30103 HILEE ftH 6 117 4 21 22 m 1 Troxler W W Elliott 44475 444753C0293ESCALANTE 3C0293ESCALANTE M 3 110 2 3i 32 2H 21 Bozeman E J Baldwin Co4 4485 4485302943HEAD 302943HEAD WATER H 6 117 5 41 41 4t SH J Mathews II L Jones Co 85 85 85 45 45311302NARRA 311302NARRA G 4 115 6 6 SB 52 41 Howson Miss C Gibson 8 15 15 4 31102 TRUE T1LUE W5 8 117 3 51 6 6 5io L Jackson G Summers Co 3 4 4 75 75311853E 311853E M BRATTAIN W5 3 109 1 12 In 31 6 Foucon W L Staufleld 20 40 40 10 10Time Time 112 112Winner Winner B h by Himyar Grace Lee LeeWent Went to post at 4 26 At post 12 minutes Start good Won driving second handily Hileo dis ¬ played brilliant and enduring speed and ran in his best form Escalante after being carried wide on the stretch turn by the winner took an apparently winning lead in the stretch and although tiring at the end would have won handily with intelligent handling Headwater is in fine form but broke slowly and being in close quarters on the far turn was forced out of position and turned wide but finished strongly He will do better on a fast track Nairn G off poorly is evidently very useful as she closed a big gap under a strenuous ride True Blue tired iu the going E M Brattam tired in tne stretch after going a very fast half halfScratched Scratched 304762 Varro 117 311673School for Scandal 115 115Overweights Overweights E M Brattaiu 2 pounds poundsHilee Hilee show 3 to a Escalante show 3 to 5 Headwater show 2 to 5 True Blue show 3 to 5 Page  DAILYRACINGFORM ISSUED JSVirfttf DAT WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL OJtGA3T GOT GOTTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB EDITOR AND PBOFBmro P H BBUNELL BBUNELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOR CLIHTOB C RTLET RTLETSECRETARY SECRETARY MBS F H BKUXKLL Ball red in the Post OSwe at Ckieago as second class matter DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf COFYHIWEEKD COFYHIWEEKDit it ed according 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DISCIPLINE AT CHARLESTON CHARLESTON March 26C Dunne A O Rhodes and J Flynn were ruled off today The horses Johnny Brown and Delia Cee were also ruled off Washington Form. WASHINGTON VOE I IWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C March 26 The form of Thnrsdays Washington fields Is IsFirst First Race The Rogue Alpaca Gold Fox FoxSecond Second Race Julia Lyston Flamboyant Baron Knight KnightThird Third Race Tramp Meistersinger Man oWar oWarFourth Fourth Race Fonsoluca Eloim Brisk BriskFifth Fifth Race King Barleycorn Bastile Hand Vice ViceSixth Sixth Race Mango Water Alone The Bluecoat Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THB TPKF The assistant secretary of the New York Jockey Club last Monday wrote to John Morrow of Nash nlle saying that he is not now in tke outlaw class under the ruling against the participants in the CkarUston meeting Morrow WM presiding judge at Charleston and this letter will be laid Before the Western Jockey Club and will entitle him to all racing privileges and he will be one of the judges at Highland Park and Fort Erie this season Charles F McLean for many years judge at La tonia and Oakley race tracks is seriously ill at hia home in Glcmlale Ohio with an attack of la grippe Mr McLean is well known in Cincinnati racing cir ¬ cles and was for many years connected with the Latouia Jockey Club He was in early life a re ¬ porter on the CommercialGazette and is well known among local newspaper men menWinnie Winnie OConnor was again at the head of the winning jockey list for the Oakland track before ho started east This is but natural as he was probably the best boy who was riding regularly there and tfeen he had the mounts from the stable of Green B Morris who was by far the largest winner amomg tke owners Altamax the good son of Maxim gives promise of development into one of the great sires of Cali ¬ fornia Alsono who won recently at Oakland and Maxnic are both sons of Altamax Racing Dates Of 1902. RACING DATES OF 190 Oakland Cal Jan 1 April 28 28Charleston Charleston S C Jan 1 1Little Little Bock Ark March 2429 2429Memphis Memphis Tenn March 31 April 23 23Washington Washington Bennings March 25 April 12 12Aqueduct Aqueduct N Y April 15 May 1 1Kinloch Kinloch Park St Louis April 15 May 2 2Lakeside Lakeside Ind April 15 30 30Nashville Nashville Tenn April 24 May 3 3New New Louisville Ky May 1 24 24Worth Worth mi May 1 24 24Morris Morris Park N Y May 2 22 22Fair Fair Association St Louis May 3 June 28 28Toronto Toronto Ont May 22 31 31Brooklyn Brooklyn N Y May 24 June 13 13Latonia Latonia Ky j May 26 June 20 20Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago May 26 June 6 6Hamilton Hamilton Ont Jnne2 7 7Harlem Harlem Chicago June 7 June 20 20Fort Fort Erie Ont June 10 July 23 23Sheepshead Sheepshead Bay N Y June 14 July 4 4Washington Washington Park Chicago June 21 July 19 19Delmar Delmar Park St Louis June 30 August 13 13Brighton Brighton Beach N Y July 5 August 2 2Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago July 21 August 2 2Highland Highland Park Detroit July 26 August 23 23Saratoga Saratoga NY Angnst4 29 29Harlem Harlem Chicago August 4 16 16Kinloch Kinloch Park St Louis August 14 20 20Hawthorne 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 1Aqueduct Aqueduct N Y October 27 November 8 8Lakeside Lakeside Ind November 3 20 20Washington Washington Bennings November 10 29 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM OAKLAND CAL March 20 Tho form of Thurs ¬ days Oakland fields is First Race Vantine Killdoe Dorian DorianSecond Second Race Guida Oro Viva Delsegno DelsegnoThird Third Race Morinel Frank Woods Marshal Neil NeilFourth Fourth Race Redwald Horton Jim Hale Fifth Race Hagerdon Kenilworth J Bogge BoggeSixth Sixth Race Hnachuca Hnbus Ada N Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow slowFirst First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Wt 31241 2Saul of Tarsus 5 114 31244 Edinborongh 5 Ill 31203 Vantine 5 109 109312173King 312173King Dellis 5 108 31050 Flamero 6 108 31199 Jarid 6 108 31199 Dorian 11 108 108290693Winnebejour 290693Winnebejour 5 105 30958 Cuban Girl 4 100 30841 Phyllis 3 95 9531164Killdoe 31164Killdoe 3 94 94310972MalasDina 310972MalasDina 3 92 92Second Second Race 12 Mile 2yearolds Selling Selling311C62Oro 311C62Oro Viva 108 108312183Delsegno 312183Delsegno 104 31218 Donami 101 31166 Trim 101 101EllaE EllaE 101 101312182Guida 312182Guida 101 101Third Third Race 1 11O Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling312003Reina 312003Reina de Cuba 6 108 31184 Jim McCleevy 6 107 29881 Common wealths Attorney 5 107 10731221Marshal 31221Marshal Neil 4 107 30977 Malaise 6 105 31244 Morengo 6 104 104310322Courtier 310322Courtier 4 104 31150 Frank Woods 5 104 31184 Mistleton 7 104 31128 Whaleback 6 104 31150 Morinel 7 102 31185 Baldo 3 92 Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 31243 Jim Hale 4 105 105312422RodwaId 312422RodwaId 5 105 105312423E1 312423E1 Rio Shannon 5 104 10431168Horton 31168Horton 6 104 31217 Impromptu 4 100 312411 Bernota 4 99 31102 ZThe Giver 3 98 98Fifth Fifth Race 34 3U1 3yearolds and upward Handicap 30698 = KeniIworth 4 122 31149 Joe Frey 4 116 31243Hagerdon 5 112 30474 Byron Rose 4 109 31102 Sharp Bird 5 103 31243 Sweet Tooth 4 102 304762Varro 4 97 311693 J Bosgs 5 93 312432Sister Jeanie 3 93 x Sixth Race 78 1 1t t 3yearolds and upward upward302402Sir 302402Sir Hampton 31217Antolee 31204 Diomed 312602MacGyle 31199VAda N 312043Huachuca 31257 Bassenro 31186 Constable 312172Rubus 312603Quadra Washington Entries. WASHINGTON HNTKXfS Probabilities Weather clear track fast Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Wt309862Dolce 309862Dolce Far Niente 3 110 28596 Goldilia 4 107 28811 GoldFox 5 102 29508 Willard J 4 101 31233SAlpaea 5 100 22450 Albert Enright 4 98 29581Locket 3 96 31237 Illuminate 3 95 294772Tax Man 3 92 293012Tho Rogue 4 91 31236 Marn 3 86 28095Astory 3 85 29764 May J 3 84 29519Playlike 3 84 Second Race 13 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Selling End Horses color sex pedigree Wt WtEnhance Enhance br f by Galore Edith 110 31234 Baron Knight 110 Tribesman 107 Sapere ch c by Inverness SalTia 104 Mirance b c by Miracle Em ¬ inence 104 31234 Flamboyant 101 720 720MysticBelle MysticBelle 98 311763tJulia Lyston 98 725 725fRan fRan as Julia Lislem LislemThird Third Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horsea Age Wt Hdcp 29609 CarrollD 106 705 29493 Man oWar 101 715 29568 Trump 101 725 72529602Mei8tersinger 29602Mei8tersinger 101 720 28829 Essene 98 710 710Fourth Fourth Race 78 Mile 3yoarolds and upward Selling 29222 Eloim 5 Ill 720 31233 Little Lois 4 101 705 70529613Brisk 29613Brisk 9 101 715 31233 Fonsolnca 3 97 725 725Fifth Fifth Race G 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp 29366 King Barleycorn 6 107 725 24141 Thermos 5 107 700 700312362Bastile 312362Bastile 6 107 720 31238 Ringleader 5 107 715 31103 Beggar Lady 4 105 710 710Fannie Fannie byAloha Aline blk f by Aloha Fanny H 4 105 30968 Diflidence 5 105 705 31237 Father Den 3 105 700 70031235Hand 31235Hand Vice 4 102 715 715Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile and 4O Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 31238 RonndUp 5 115 680 680312372Mango 312372Mango 6 112 700 31237 The Bluecoat 4 108 685 31237 Water Alone 4 106 690 31237 Woodckuck 3 92 680 31237 Inkling 3 87 675 MUTUAL TURF CO COWe We pay for our inside information informationYESTERDAY YESTERDAY AT BENNINGS WE GAVE GAVEALL ALL SAINTS NOTLIMfiH LOU REY REYTO TO WIN RENDEZVOUS PLACE ONLY TUESDAY WE SEHF CHARLEY MOORE FIRST CHORD AND HIMSELF TO WIN WINWEHAVEA WEHAVEA RIPE ONETOI AT ATTERMS TERMS 5 DAILY 20 WEEKLY WEEKLYIn In Advance Money Order or Telegraph TelegraphMUTUAL MUTUAL TURF CO WASHINGTON 0 G Race Track Information Bureau BureauSUITE SUITE 500 263269 DEARBORN ST TELEPHONE HARRISON 3689 3689RATES RATES 100 DAILY 400 SIX DAYS SELECTIONS AND SPECIALS SPECIALSFred Fred Hessig 61 Com Forster 41 Elizabeth Moan 71 71wore wore the three good things that we gave our clients Wednesday WednesdayThursday Thursday at Little Rock Another Fred Hessig and Curd Sillock and the odds will be as good as 1 5 to I At Bennings Another Elizabeth Moan The Odds oir this One will be at Least 1 0 to I If those two good things dont win we will give all patrons Fridays information and Form Letter Handicap on all races FREE FREEFriday Friday at Little Rock 20 to I Extra Special At Bennings 5 to 1 0 to I Extra Special Good Thing ThingLast Last week our weekly patrons made 450 on 10 bets Try us a week We can surely make as mttoh or more for you Begin at once We have a great many bottlednp long shots that will be from 12 to 40 to 1 and WILL SURELY WIN Race Track Information Bureau BureauAlso Also eold at Kolmans cigar store 267 Dearborn St cigar store Adams Express Building 185 Dear ¬ born 8t newt stand northeast comer Van Bur en and Dearborn Sts OLEARYS 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 654JAMES JAMES OLEARY 418389 S HALSTEO ST STCHICAGO CHICAGO ILL MUTUEL POOL POOLON ON FUTURE EVENTS EVENTSTHE THE KENTUCKY DERBY BROOKLYN HANDICAP SUBURBAN HANDICAP HANDICAPMETROPOLITAN METROPOLITAN HANDICAP HANDICAPAND AND AMERICAN DERBY DERBYEstimated Estimated Value E IOOOOD Tickets 100 Each EachFor For entries circulars and full particulars address addressTne Tne Kentucky Mutuel Sweepstakes Association AssociationMil Mil TON YOUNG MANAGER MANAGERLEXINGTON LEXINGTON KY KYReference Reference Lexington City National Bank REYNOLDS CO 73 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Daily2 Daily2At At Bennings Today Todayour our correspondents wire us to advise our ourclients clients that one of the best things of the season will be sprung and will win by a block blockThree Three Good Ones at Oakland also Two Grand Long Shots at little Rock RockWe We advise our clients to plunge on todays information which will be the best of the week weekThe The Best of Reliable Information by Wire from Our Experts Dally DallyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT ST 3OO Weekly Wired at 1O am Page  Illinois Centra Turf Exchange commissions ell HacBs on Stations lrs Second Third ThirdTrain Train Train Train 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ey EyReturning LT Randolph 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WASHINGTON FORM CHART CHARTWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C March Sff Second day Washington Jockey Club Spring Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 300 p m V indicates whip S spurs U hood O l O 3 fT FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 300 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses Wt St M Yz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C 29414 HIGH CARNIVAL K 3 87 5 34 34 34 21 1 MHendrsnS B Taylor 12 12 5 85 8526855RONA 26855RONA H 3 101 3 1 H 1 311 Shea W F Presgravo 2 24 2 710 29609 FRIVOL W 3 97 2 41 52 41 41 D OConnorP S P Randolph 15 15 10 4 4301312QUIXADA 301312QUIXADA W 3 102 1 66 56 5S Miles M S Skiles 6762 EMINENCE 6762EMINENCE II W 3 87 6 51 4n 6 6 RichardsonMrs R Bradley 20 20 15 5 Time 12 24 49 1 033 1 11 11Winner Winner Ch f by Henry of Navarre Gratitude GratitudeWont Wont to post at 3 00 At post 5 minutes Start poor Won driving second easily Obliged was well handled throughout Thompson saving ground all the way She swerved in tho last sixteenth and carried High Carnival over against Rona Henderson claimed foul but it was not allowed High Car ¬ nival ran a good race but was not handled to advantage and was pinned in next to the rail through the last hundred yards and Henderson could not cope with Thompson She was probably the best Rona got off well and displayed speed but the route was a bit too far She was interfered with in the last sixteenth but was beaten at the time Speed was an absent factor among the remainder remainderScratched Scratched 28330 Cormac 92 Overweights Quixada 3 pounds poundsObliged Obliged show 1 to 2 High Carnival show 4 to 5 Rona show 1 to 3 O 6 O SECOND RACE 13 Mile 300 added 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M Va 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P ALAN W 108 2 12 12 is Landry GoughacresStable65 65 45 14 BLUE 14BLUE PETER W 110 4 24 24 28 Bullman A Belmont 6 12 10 4 MONEY LENDER W 110 1 40 31 33 T Burns J G Lyman 8 15 12 4 MIRACULOUS 107 3 31 48 410 Soaton Mrs R Bradley 20 40 40 12 RED KNIGHT 1 HO 5 66 51 Odom RWWaldenSons 4 6 5 2 SQUID 107 6 51 5 6 Brennan W C Daly 10 10 10 4 PRINCE HOADLEY W HO Left at the post Wonderly Lotos Stable 8 15 12 4 4Time Time 12 24c 50s Winner B or br f by Atheling Elan ElanWent Went to post at 3 25 At post 5 minutes Start bad Won easily second tho same Alan fit and ready displayed a high order of speed Landry shook her up when a furlong from homo but it was un ¬ necessary The horses from this stable are readyto race Blue Peter had no mishaps was oil well and hard ridden for the first three furlongs but lacked the speed to got to tho loader Ho was easily tho best of the others Money Lender ran fairly well Miraculous weakened early in tho struggle Squid caromed against Red Knight and Prince Hoadloy when the barrier went up throwing both out of tho race raceOverweights Overweights Alan 1 pound poundAlan Alan show out Blue Peter show 2 to 1 Money Lender show 2 to 1 THIRD RACE 78 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Soiling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vi 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners OH 29531 ALL SAINTS W 4 105 3 2 2 H 11 12 T Burns J E Lane 2 21 111025 31238 WOODTRICE W 5118 4 4 42 46 2n 25 Odom R J Lyle 56675 29630 LAMP OLEE KiJ 4 H9 5 34 33 3U 31 3H McCue A Featherstone 12245 1224530486HANDICAPPER 30486HANDICAPPER 5 100 1 11 11 2n 42 4 Creamer W C Daly 10 10 8 21 29601 TAMARIN HI 5 108 255555 Landry C Barker 15 50 50 10 Apprentice allowance Time 13 25 49J 1 16 1 29 Winner B f by St Saviour St Cypria CypriaWent Went to post at 3 50 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second tho same All Saints ran a good race and was best at the weights but was tiring slightly in the last furlong and Burns had to hustle her to keep her going but she won with plenty to spare Woodtrico ran well and is in good form but tho weight was too much Ho was skillfully handled Lamp oLoo was probably short and weak ened perceptibly in the stretch Handicapper showed speed but Creamer made too much use of him in the throughoutScratched run down thebackstretch Tamarin was outrun throughout Scratched 31238 Hop Scotch 105 105ill ill Saints show out Woodtrice show 2 to 5 Lamp oLee show 2 to 5 Q O T Y FOURTH RACE 5 12 1urlouge 300 added 3yearolds and upward rt I i J Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St V V M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29626 ELIZABETH MOAN flH 4 100 3 13 14 14 14 Booker F Lowo 5 8 7 21 296273ALAUK W 3 92 7 7 511 2i 2 Creamer A Belmont 10 12 12 4 29529 IMPERIALIST W 5 116 2 53 3 31 36 T Burns J E Lane 2 2 32 35 29002 SUNNY PORT W5H 3 87 1 22 22 42 44 Shea FAGRHanbylO 40 40 12 31237 NALA W 4 87 5 6 61 61 54 Dart Goughacres Stable4 862 28759 NOTLIMAH W 3 87 4 3 4i 52 6s GThompsnL Elmore 3331 333116762THAD 16762THAD BE 8 102 6 41 7 7 7 Hicks J B Homes 50 10010040 Time 10010040Time 12J6 24 49 1 02 1 09 09Winner Winner B f by Kingston Onoida OnoidaWent Went to post at 4 20 At post 3 minutes Start poor Won easily second driving Elizabeth Moan fairly romped all the way displayed a fine turn of speed and was being eased up at the end Alack began slowly and closed up with a rush in the stretch but was tiring badly at the end and only lasted long enough to secure second place Imperialist ran a fair rac and was gaining at the end Sunny Port showed speed but quit when overhauled Nala can do better Notlimah is of no great account accountOverweights Overweights Elizabeth Moan 1 pound poundElizabeth Elizabeth Moan show 6 to 5 Alack show 8 to 5 Imperialist show 3 to 10 Notlimah show 1 to 2 O OT1 FIFTH RACK 78 Mile 300 added 3yoarolds and upward Maidens O JL i i JL Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St Yi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 27810 CAITHNESS N 3 96 4 44 IH 1 HI 1H Shea GoughacresStable45 45 710out 31056 RENDEZVOUS W 3 96 2 31 3 2 2 23 GThompsnS N Holman Co 8 10 8 3 22539 ALENE ABBOTT 4 113 5 2H 45 31 311 3 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 10 12 10 3 31021 ANNA DARLING M 4 113 3 5 5 5 4U 4 Brennan W C Daly 8 10 10 3 28527 DR KORBER W 6 117 1 11 2 41 5 5 Laudry W Lewis 10 12 12 4 29482 TRITON WU 3 101 4662Time Broke down Wouderly R Kane 4662 Time 12Ji 24 49 1 17 1 30 J Winner B f by Atheling Queen of Scots ScotsWont Wont to post at 4 50 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Caithness showed the most speed and should have won more easily but Shea rodo her all over the track being seemingly overanxious She interfered somewhat with Rendezvous in the run through tho stretch the pair finishing on the outside Rendezvous ran well and would have been a keener contender but for being carried out Alone Abbott was tiring badly at the end and Anna Darling would havp been third in another stride Dr Korber quit badly after a brief display of speed Triton broke his off hind leg on the first turn turnRendezvous Rendezvous show 6 to 5 Alene Abbott show 6 to 5 O 1 O r7 O SIXTH RACE 1 AUie and 5O Yaids 100 added 4yearolds and upward J L i Zl Sellinji Ind Horses A Wt St M V StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31158 LOU REY REY279573FILIBUSTER ID 6 118 1 23 25 25 11 13 Odom F T Webster 35 35 35 out 279573FILIBUSTER 279573FILIBUSTER29582FLARA 8 102 2 12 11 11 25 20 McNichols R F Myers 15 25 25 3 31K496333 29582FLARA 1K496333 3 3 3 MHendrsuR Murray 2 11S95 out 29582FLARAApprentice Apprentice allowance Time 13 26 51 1 17 1 16 1 195 Winner B h by El Rio Ruy Louise M MWent Went to post at 5 15 At post 1 minute Start cood Won easily second the same Lou Rey out ¬ classed his company Odom took him to the front when ready and he was going away at tho end Fili ¬ buster was speedy but only led on sufferance Flara lost ground on all the tutns and was poorly rid ¬ den Henderson being more of a hindrance than help Little Rock Form Chart. LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART CHARTLITTLE LITTLE KOCK AKK March 20 Third MeetingWeather day Arkansas Jockey Club Spring Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge II C Bateman Starter A B Dado Racing starts at 230 p m W indicates whip 5 spurs H hood 0 l O Pv FIRST EACE34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St H X StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO J 31210 FRED HESSIG WS 41052 H 13 12 11 Dominick R R Rice 5662 31056 ALEX 5 103 1 2 2 21 2 A Jones P Murphy 5 6 6 2 2312273BIRDIE 312273BIRDIE STONE W 4 103 5 6 41 41 3 = Lindsay E J Arnold Co 32 85 85 12 31210 RAGNARO II 5 4 105 6 51 31 3 4 Larapard M A Stephenson 15 15 15 5 28955 GEORGE B COX if 7111 4 4 6 6 512 Bioss S Regan 45 45 35 out ALVALENA outALVALENA S 5 100 3 30Time 31 5 51 6 Durban McCoy Bennett 60 100 100 30 Time 25 501 118 Winner B c by Hanover Reveal RevealWent Went to post at 2 35 At post 14 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Fred Hessig quickly ran into the lead and held it unchallenged throughout Alex was the only serious contender and did his best throughout Birdie Stouo ran below her best form and can do better George B Cor was prominent in all breakaways but not in the race raceScratched Scratched 31227Incideutal 108 Loadstone 108 Fred Hessig show 3 to 5 Alex show 3 to 5 Birdio Stone show out 31251 Ind Horses A AWtSt Wt St 1A Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C 31212 CURD GILLOCK W5 4 107 5 5312102H fcK 4K 21 11 Dominick R R Rico 6 15 15 6 312102H S TOBACCO BS 8 8111 HI 1 1312122HARRY IK H H 22 McJoynt E Slaughter Co 35 1 1 out 312122HARRY WILSON W 3 105 4 3n 3 3 32 J Woods J W Schorr 33235 31022 JOHN G FORD W 5 101 6 887 4K Lindsay xDuffyBehan 10 15 15 6 31022 MISS CONRAD WT 5 103 7 7312293MAGGIE 7 6K 62 5s Lyne E M Jackson 6883 312293MAGGIE CLOPTON W 3 83 9 62 21 41 62 Helgeson W W Finn 6 6 6 2 29069 TENNY BELLE W 4 4108 108 3 32949iTRAUER 4 51 51 7i Bell Hughes Elliott 3 772 2949iTRAUER W 3 87 10 10 10 8 8 W Waldo B Schreiber 12 15 15 6 30918 ST WPOD WH 6 114 8 9999 Aker W S Laird 4662 31210 MAN H 3 92 2 21 7 10 10 Davisson EJ Arnold Co 10 15 15 6 28992 STRINGTOWN W 3 92 L Left at tho post T Meado W L Lansing 20 SO SO 12 Apprentice allowance Time 12Time 24 491 1021 110 Winner B c by Luke Blackburn Tattoo TattooWent Went to post at 3 15 At post 16 minutes Start good Won handily second easily Curd Gillock is in good form and ran a good race He and H S Tobacco C9ntested it out sharply all through the last quarter The latter weakened when called on and Curd Gillock was drawing away at tho end H S Tobacco showed the most early speed and fully ran his race Harry Wilson showed early speed but tired and was probably short John G Ford Maggie Clopton and Miss Conrad came very wide at tha home turn The latter was cut oft on the backstrotch Stringtown ran away two and threefourths miles postScratched312103Small when going to tho post Scratched312103Small Jack 104 I IOverweights Overweights Harry Wilson 1 pound Maggie Clopton 1 1Curd Curd Gillock show 2 to 1 Harry Wilson show out O1 O K O THIRD RACE 5 13 Furlongs Purse 250 3yearolds Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St J4 54 J StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31213 HAINAULT W 99 1 22 21 21 In Lyne J Burrows 1 65 65 12 28474 FATHER WENTKER W 102 2 1U 121U 12 11 23 Singleton B Schreiber 6662 311253LADY ALBERTA W 97 3 5553 Helgeson HatfieldOwnbey 2 2i 2 2 710 31214 H L COLEMAN W 105 5 41 42 31 4 44 J Woods J W Schorr 21 2i 85 12 290923ROYAL 12290923ROYAL ATHLEfE B 99 4 3 3 42 5 Gormley ALHMRogers8 30 SO 10 Time 10Time 23 J 491 1 021 1 091 Winner 091Winner B c by St Carlo Libbertiflibbet LibbertiflibbetWent Went to post at 3 52 At post 3 minutes Start poor Won driving second easily Lyno waited with Hainault until in the last quarter then caught Father Wentker in tho run home and out gamed him when it came to a drive The latter displayed much speed but hung in the last furlong The race should improve him Lady Alberta finished strongly H L Coleman tired in tho stretch run Overweights runOverweights H L Coleman 3 pounds poundsHainault Hainault show out Father Woutkor show 3 to 5 Lady Alberta show out H L Coleman i show out Of O 1 O FOURTH RACE 78 Milo Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowancoa Ind Horses A Wt St M J StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312142WAX TAPER m 5 115 1 31 36 3 33 1 Aker R R Rico 71071035 out 312143BRIGADE out312143BRIGADE 6 107 2 21 2i 21 21 22 Lyno J Marston 75 32 32 out 30294 EDGARDO WS 5 104 3 Hi H li H 34 Logue J Burrows 10 50 50 15 29022 SATIN COAT W 4 104 4 41 5 5 45 42 Hell Hughes Elliott 20 20 16 2 29630 DEWEY W 3 101 5 5 4 41 5 5 Singleton B Schreiber 6 10 10 85 Time 85Time 26 511 117130 Winner UtilityWent 117130Winner B h by Candlemas Utility Went to post at 4 18 At post 8 minutes Start good Won driving second easily Wax Taper ran under restraint for three furlongs and then joining Brigade won in the last stride after a lone hard drive Brigade ran an excellent race finished strongly and is in good form Edgardo led to the stretch on sufferance but should not be overlooked when placed right Satin Coat and Dowoy need racinc to fit them themOverweights poundsEdgardo Overweights Dewoy 2 pounds Edgardo show 3 to 1 O T O K A FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 14 1A 3i StrFiu Jockeys Owners 31215EL CANEY W 5 116 1 11 12 l 14 14 Coburn G C Bennett 13 13 13 out 31215 PAY THE FIDDLER m 0 1U5 6 7 7 4 31 21 Gormley L Landry 47 732 31104FRANK 73231104FRANK JONES S 3 90 2 21 21 23 22 3 Helgeson J R Stanton 6772 31215 GILBERT ft 5 105 7 5 63 7 6S 4 Maier Colo Co 15 75 75 15 31215 MISSILE W 3 102 5 66 51 51 5 53 Singleton R W DeNeffe 466 32 31212 LOVABLE H 5 103 3 3 31 32 41 612 Otis G Rowo 6 10 7 2 LITTLE CHIMES BS 6105 4 4 4U 6 7 7 Dominick R R Rice 15 40 40 12 Time 12Time 253 511 118 1151 Winner HildegardeWent 1151Winner Ch h by Iroquois Hildegarde Went to post at 451 At post 10 minutes Start good Won eased up second driving outclassed his field was under restraint all the way and was pulled to a canter i Pay the Fiddler closed a big gap and finishing fast caught Frank Jones tiring in tho mat uu noi juu latter can do better Gilbert was messed about and ridden all over the track but finished stroncrlv Scratched31215 stroncrlvScratched31215 Avatar 105 31212 Syncopated Sandy 104 bsrongij bsrongijFay Fay tho Fiddler show 1 to 2 Frank Jones show 3 to 5 O 1 K Ft SIXTH RACE34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St Ji y2 StrFin Jockeys Own 29788 REDUCER m 7108 6 41 2 2U 1 Earlo HTBatchelonfcCo 10 12 12 4 31214 COGSWELL l 4105 4 61 62 51 2 L Smith P J Miles 6 12 12 4 29101 LADY CURZON R 5107 1 12 Hi 1 3 Coburn Colo Co 858585710 31210 BOUNDLEE V 5 103 2 2 32 31 42 Simrleton B Schr hm Js s 9 3 31159 HUTCH MILLER BS 4 105 8 8 7 61 53 Lindsay Curry LaFloro 6772 31021ST 677231021ST DAVID S 4 103 5 SNK 4 71 62 Helgeson Fulmer Martin 10 20 20 5 30952 SIREN SONG M 5 106 3 3 52 4 7 Lyne E M Jackson 6 15 12 4 31230 TERRALENE fl 5 103 7 71 8 8 8 Davisson J U Strode 20 50 50 12 Apprentico 12Apprentico allowance Time 251 501 1 163 Winner 163Winner 15 h by Register Solitaire SolitaireWent Went to post at a 19 At post 10 minutes Start poor Won driving second tho same Reducer scored a lucky win Ho ran well but was driving to the limit at tho end to withstand Cogswell Ho saved ground on tho turn while Cogswell turned wide The latter finished strongly and would have won iu two more strides Lady Curzou got off running and showed considerable speed but was tiring at tho finish Boundleo was best and should have won but his rider could not do him justice Hutch Miller was practically left and the going was not favorable to Siren Song Scratched SongScratched 28920 Kittie G 106 106Overweights Overweights poundReducer Lady Curzon 1 pound Reducer show 2 to 1 Cogswell show 2 to 1 Lady Curzon show ont Page  MONTHLY FORM BOOKS The Form Book for February is ready for sale and includes the racing of March 1 Paper cover 1 leather cover 150 PEDIGREE BLANKS On linen paper artistically edged in colors ruled and arranged for six generations of sires and dam a of individuals and their ancestors Ten cents each 100 per dozen 350 per hundred No owner of a stallion should bo without a supply supplyDAILY DAILY RACING FORM 124126 Fifth Avenue Chicago 111 AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains all racing records at large revised and complete up to the end of 1001 four handicapping systems with directions for their practical application a table showing how to compute bookmaking per ¬ centages track records of all the recognized tracks of the country the western and eastern scales of ofeights eights tables showing the comparative speed of tracks a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1901 of any consequence trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the new 2 15 trotters of 1901 Also a complete record of performances at all styles of billiards Notice. DAILY RACING FOEM 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 hand cap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis The hitter come from the work of four exports after the telegraphic receipt of charts and entries All persons are warned not to use said chart or index numbers selections or handicap figures Jockeys Handicapped. JOCKEYS HANDICAPPED DAILY RACING FORM will from now on publish each week a table of the rating of the jockeys rid ¬ ing at each track based on their performances in the saddle The best riders at each track will bo given the uniform rating of 100 and from that point the others will be graded down according to their estimated relative skill For a diilerence of five points between the jockeys a corresponding five points change in the handicap figures assigned the horses in any race must be made Only riders fre ¬ quently in the saddle will be given a place in the tables The following is the rating of the jockeys now riding over the various tracks At Oakland Jockeys JockeysJackson Jackson L RanchJ Jones E Hoar Ransom Vititoe D Mathows J McGinn Troxlor Conley See Stuart KnappW Woods J T Daly J Hennessey Flick Fauutleroy Winslett Burlingame Howson Tullet Romero Bozeman DalyL Kelly Vickery Spargur Ezell Sheohau Logan E 75 Gisborn 75 Treanor Jockeys JockeysCollis Collis Adams Dunn Brodien Waterbury Tamplin SraithH Donnelly E Peterson Homer Ross Gatliff Walker J McCarthy J Gatley Crosthwaite Prior McDermott Jackson L A Burke Wallace Parmelee Bell Earle Webster Gannon Duggan W Dyer Hoffman McKenna Trower Rowan At Little Rock and Memphis Woods J Turner N Coburn Winkfield J Lyno OBrien T Dominick Waldo W Williams R Smith L McJoynt Lindsay Otis Gormley Robertson Minder Walsh T Dupeo Aker Waldo J Holgesou Meade T Slack Weber A Miller J Dangman Rico J Gilmore Dado 85 Davisson 80 Bell SO Singleton 80 Logue SO Munro 80 Hope 80 Boyd 80 Wilson H 80 Wilson W 80 Bassinger 80 Young 80 Hayden 80 Rice B 75 Houfare 75 JoneSj A 75 Prince R 75 Lampard 75 Ellis 75 Wallace 75 Maier Lowe Murray W Pritchett Battiste Dean L Watson W Bullman Burns T Odom McCue Wonderly Blake Laiidry Miles Booker Creamer Brennau Murphy R Thompson G Henderson M Seaton Shea Dart Cummings Anderson Hall Danzig McNichols Hicks Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF John Slack who wilt ride in the west next season for J B Lewman came near winding up the New Orleans season with a bunch of trouble The sud ¬ den improvement of Lofter on the day before tho meeting closed with Lindsay up was BO great that there were some questions asked Slack for his rides on previous and recent occasions Ed Reynolds the owner of Lofter openly charged that Slack had pulled the horse while Slack says he was on a dead one his belief being so strong that he said to starter Fitzgerald while at tho post Im on a dead one There the matter rests and as the charges and countercharges were only made on the closing day of the meeting it will likely continue to rest there Capt J H Rees of Memphis who acted as pre ¬ siding steward at tho race meeting which closed last Saturday at New Orleans passed through Cincinnati last Monday on his way to Pittsburg where he goes on a business trip The Captain who is a resident of Memphis is heavily interested in tho traffic on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers His business calls him to Pittsburg several limes a year and in fact so much of his time is speiit in the Smoky City that ho is building a residence there thereWhile While in Cincinnati ho was the guest of Captain J F Ellison superintendent of the Cincinnati office of the Pittsburg and Cincinnati Packet Line with whom Mr Rees is interested in a business sense and has been for nearly twenty years Cap ¬ tain Roes did not have much to say on turf matters but a few weeks ago he gave out an interview that after the New Orleans meeting ho would not be con ¬ nected with any track except at Memphis and Louisville this spring and after the coming meet ¬ ing which commences next week his only connec ¬ tion at Memphis would be on the Board of Govern ¬ ors of tho Memphis Jockey Club as he thought he was entitled to a rest after many years of active business life He will bo back in Memphis in time for the opening next Monday MondayBelgium Belgium has not attained the prominence in the racing way that other countries have yet their means of regulating betting is to be commended Tho layers of odds in Belgium are not actually licensed but they are under control Each morn ¬ ing of a race day they must present themselves at the offices of tho Jockey Club and get their card allowing them to bot that day on the racecourse and entitling them to occupy a certain pitch pitchFor For this privilege they have to pay 5 which goes to the fund of the Race Society but if any complaint has been lodged against the layer if he is known to be a defaulter or if it can bo proved that ho has accepted bets from jockeys or given any jockey a present his ticket is withheld and he is not allowed to bet at all Wolshers are therefore practically unknown there thereMoreover Moreover every bot has to be entered in a book which has been stamped and initialed at the Jockey Club and it can be called in for inspection at any moment When the book is filled it must bo taken 1 to the Jocko Club before a now one will bo issued Manager Fowler of the Newport track was asked recently if he was going to allow the Charleston horses to participate in tho racing at his course courseI I have net made up my mind on that point said he though I see no reason why horses and owners should not have tho right to race anywhere unless they are under suspension for fraud It is immaterial whether the track is a mile long or not There are rascals on every track in the country and I dont think there were any more of them at Charleston than there were at Now Orleans One thing I will Bay there will be no funny business at Newport I will look up some of tho pedigrees of these babies before I will let them have a chanco to got away with anything The game has to be on the level and I will make short work of them if I catch any of them trying to steal anything I have lots of applications for stable room from owners who have not raced anywhere this winter I am not ready to make any announcement as to the opening date as I want to bo good and ready before I do that Thisis going to bo one of the times when I dont intend to make any mistakes There are rumored to be in process of organiza ¬ tion at Nashville and Lexington syndicates for tho purpose of purchasing yearlings and holding them for disposal privately at such figures as will pro ¬ duce a goodly percentage on the investment investmentAt At the head of the proposed Nashville syndicate is Madden Winston a prominent insurance man and a leading spirit in the one in Lexington is said to be Counselor Bill Brien who launched the pro ¬ position out of which the Kentucky Mutual Sweep ¬ stakes Association was incorporated last week weekAside Aside from these proposed organizations several individuals who have money to invest have been advertising in the turf papers lately for the address of breeders who have yearlings for sale for cash cashIt It is figured by these parties that tho demand for racing material for 1903 will be greater than the supply and that prices accordingly will bo higher than ever in the worlds history They figuro also that some breeders are not in a position to hold their yearlings until the Juno and September sale periods in tho face of a cash offer the 1st of April and that these breeders would rather sell now for a hundred or so dollars less per head than have the care of the youngsters for two or four months and tho uncertainty attending ship ¬ ment and gale galeSuch Such a price af this time of the year as Mr Camdan received forhis yearlings is considered by the majority of turfmen a very excellent average and they declare that ho did well in disposing of them themThese These same men however arguo that in tho light of tho present condition of the market Messrs Schorr and McCafferty have a bargain in tho trans ¬ action whether they mean to sell tho youngsters or keep them for racing purposes Should there be ono such as Yankee or Endurance by Right among them they will have lost nothing on the deal Daily America Felix Carr the once clever jockey and who in re ¬ cent years has been training horses for Barney Schreiber has been mysteriously missing since last Saturday night at New Orleans He was last seen there on Canal Street and had made arrangements to share a car with owner C Mulholland in ship ¬ ping their horses to Roby Barney Schreiber whoso horses at the Crescent City were in charge of Carr telegraphed 225 to him from San Francisco and ordered the animals shipped here When the horse train left last Sunday morning at 3 30 Carr did not show up and nothing has been heard or seen of him since Saturday night Besides the money telegraphed to him by Schreiber he had about 200 of his own and it is feared that ho is the victim of foul play The car containing Mulhol lands and Schreibcrs horses arrived here with eleven others Tuesday morning but the Illinois Central would not allow the animals to be taken from it until the freightage of 225 had boon paid It was held at South Chicago The horses had been penned up for three days but secretary Nathanson of the Harlem Jockey Club guaranteed the pay ¬ ment of charges and the car was sent to Roby at once Felix Carr sent Jerry Hunt Kingstelle Merida and Meran The horses will be in a rather stiff condition for several days No now arrivals came to Roby yesterday and this fact pleased sec ¬ retary Nathanson as he says they have more than enough at tho Indiana course already Ono trainload of men and women from Now Or ¬ leans on the way to Washington last Monday came very near not reaching there The engineer struck a landslide and the whole train was wrecked Though but one person was killed there were sev ¬ eral injured It occurred out in the woods about nineteen miles from Washington George Odom and hisbrother John were aboard and they escaped injuries but lost all their clothes as the wreck caught fire and burned to tho ground groundTho Tho train that followed the wreck camo from Memphis and had T Burns as a passenger He tells the story As soon as we found out what the trouble was I jumped off our train and the first chaps I saw were George Odom and John They were sitting on some pine logs in their undershirts There were scores of folks walking about in pajamas and nighties nightiesIt It was an awful looking sight to see tho train burning up and the passengers hanging around I fixed up George Odom with some dry clothes or he would have landed on Pennsylvania Avenue with an undershirt and a blanket blanketThere There wore no horse cars attached to the wreck but there were several regular racegoers that I dont know by name The man killed was a porter and tho engineer and a brakemau were injured but not seriously According to report T C McDowell tho western turfman who owns tho colt AlanaDale and will also train W K Yauderbilts stable this year will proceed without delay to Washington after racing ono day at Memphis McDowell says that ho will campaign almost exclusively in the east this year and that by degrees Mr Vanderbilts horses will be seen at all of the metropolitan tracks AlanaDale by tho way has been troubled of lato with tender feet and McDowell does not intend to take chances with him until well into the season but will bring him here to run in the American Derby According to tho latest training intelligence from England Huggins is giving Potronius Yolodyovski Kilmarnock II Intruder Wild Seaman Eliza ¬ beth M Ondulla Spectrum Abeyance filly and Game Chick regular work on tho Bury sido at New ¬ market Nasturtiums name is not mentioned as among those seen daily on the track The horses so far have only been given easy exercise at five and six furlongs On the race side at Newmarket Olym ¬ pian Conroy Kearsargo Cap and Bolls Disguise Noonday Sinopi and others of the Keene string arc out daily for short cantors Mr Crokers Minnie Deo and his Derby candidate Stanhope havo been going slow miles at Wantage where the weather has not been favorable Futurity Features. FUTURITY FEATURES FEATURESTu Tu a gossipy article concerning the Futurity course and some features attending the decision of ofpast past contests for Americas greatep1 race for two yearblds Judgo J J Burke says in Morning Tele1 graph This years Futurity and Flatbush Stakes will bo run over the new Futurity course For the first time in some years the full distance of tho former Tape as originally intended by the brilliant man I who is understood to be responsible for an event which has done so much for the thoroughbred in ¬ terests of the country will bo run runI I refer to tho lamented James G K Lawrence whose memory will always live wherever great racing thrives because of his many suggestions and improvements in horseracing horseracingTo To him wo owe the Futurity tho Realization arid tho Suburban to say nothing of the Great Eastern and so many other famous stakes which serve each year to cause tho Coney Island Jockey Club to become a Mecca for racing pilgrims from all parts of tho country countryIt It was the greed of nearby property owners which caused tho Futurity distance to be cut down to the 165 feet less than six furlongs which it has been now for some years Tho club had not the legal right to use tho ground upon which the start fpr tho full distance formerly was made and rather than submit to imposition and pay exorbitant prices for the necessary land the distance was re ¬ duced reluctantly by the executive committee committeeUnfortunately Unfortunately for the interests of the owner of St Carlo this was not done until after Chaos had won tho Futurity which many good judges always contended Garrison should havo won on Mr Bel monts colt The jockey it is thought forgot that tho finish was beyond the regular point and Fred Day beat him a neck neckSeveral Several other unfortunate things happened when tho finish of tho full six furlongs was wont to bo at about tho point where the clubhouse balcony pro ¬ jects over the weighing room In one contest for the Double event it was always a mooted point as to whether tho colt nearest the judges had been overlooked This and several other unsatisfactory disputes engendered by the riders forgetting that the finishes for six furlong races were not at the old spot finally caused the committee to reduce the length of the Futurity to what has always been re ¬ garded as a mongrel distance distanceNow Now however there will be no more trouble on that score Both the Futurity and that far more deci ¬ sive test of championship the Flatbnsh will bo run over tho full distance on the now course for which the club with commendable enterprise has made the necessary purchases of ground not alone for this purpose but for the new stabling to be put up for Messrs Keene and Mackay MackayIt It is now fourteen years since the first Futurity was run Sam Bryant a man now lying on his sick bed with but poor chances of recovery was the part owner and trainer of Proctor Knott who defeated Salvator and Galon Ono of his partners George W Scoggan is dead but the other Hiram is alive and constantly turning out good racers from his Kentucky farm He it was who bred Frank Rice the best colt seen at tho New Orleans meeting The Scoggan brothers have always occupied n enviable position among the breeders and facing men of this country because they have always striven to give tho public who bet on their horses tho best possible chances to land their bets betsIt It is true that the Futurity of 1883 was won by Proctor Knott but those who saw tho race will al ¬ ways contend that tho other western colt Galen should havo won Ho was trained ind partly ownr ed by Jim Gray and ridden by tho oldfashioued jockey E Turner who so often had tho mount on Pink Cottage and other good performers of that day Tho writer saw that race from one of the box ¬ es of the grandstand through the courtesy of Mr Henry M Hitchcock While Proctor Knott and Salvator wore fighting it out near tho rail Galon was on tho far outside running almost twice as fast at tho finish as were the other two and there was a groan from those who had backed hm on his west era form when they saw that ho could not get up upNot Not alone did Galon finish on the outside but he had run on tho outside almost from tho start and thoso who knew what a bend there was to tho Fut ¬ urity course now a thing of the past can easily figure out how much more ground Galen had cov ¬ ered than had either Proctor Knott or Salvator SalvatorProctor Proctor Knotts jockey wore thesj colors Blue prango sleeves a gamecock on the back of tho jacket Salvators colors were tho famous orange and blue which for years before and after that groat race were formidable at nearly every racing point in tho country I think Galens colors were a combination of purple and white but I am not cer ¬ tain When the Suburban is run this year and some 30000 persons arc assembled in the charming grounds of the club tho only vestige of the Old Fu ¬ turity course will bo a strip of newly grown grass running for a little distance parallel with the new Futurity cqurso and then diverging off where at the stable occupied by Mr Whitneys racers it will end Possibly some now stables will bo located on parts of the old course but it would bo almost a pity to thus shut off from view tho picturesque resi ¬ dence of Mr Whitney and the comfortable home provided for his trainer Page  Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON 8 C March 26 Th form of Thursdays Charleston fields is First Race Patchwork Cathedral Nina B L Second Race Capitolia Salome Laroqnqise Third Race Scorpolette Nellie Fouso Kildarlie Fourth Race Ordeal Emigrant St Bishop Fifth Race Dominis Prince Esher Samivel Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp312663Millstream 312663Millstream 7 113 675 31266 Cathedral 6 108 695 31206 Glad Hand 6 108 685 31174 Nina BL 5 103 690 31209 Patchwork 4 100 700 31192 Agnes Clare 4 100 680 680Second Second Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 31170 La roquoise 7 120 690 690312622Salome 312622Salome 8 118 695 31265 Antagoue 5 118 680 31223 Tava Harris 8 118 685 31226 Elsie Venner 5 118 675 31189 Capitolia 6 118 700 700Third Third Rstce 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 31222 Brahmin 6 114 685 685312262Joe 312262Joe Gammage 6 Ill 680 31188 Good Knight 6 Ill 670 31263 Broadway 1 4 Ill 675 675312653Kildarlie 312653Kildarlie 5 Ill 690 31263 Fiddler III 6 Ill 675 675310552Scorpolette 310552Scorpolette 4 103 700 700312652NellioFonso 312652NellioFonso 5 104 695 695Fourth Fourth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 31224 Ellis 7 120 680 680312243Ordeal 312243Ordeal 6 120 700 31224 Vince 4 117 6 31248 St Bishop 3 109 CU CU31207Dr 31207Dr Worth 3 109 685 31262 Emigrant 3 106 695 31248 John W Dahney 3 106 675 675312242Jim 312242Jim Scanlan 3 106 675 675Fiftli Fiftli Race G 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling312493Samivel 312493Samivel 7 110 G90 G90312642QneenL 312642QneenL 6 108 680 31209 Economic 4 108 675 31249 Incandescent 6 108 685 685311922Prince 311922Prince Esher 5 103 695 695312072Dominis 312072Dominis 7 100 700 700312082Latch 312082Latch String 3 93 675 Little Rock Form. LITTLE ROCK FORM LITTLE ROCK ABK March 26 The form of Thursdays Little Rock fields is J First Race Florrie S Travers Maxille MaxilleSecond Second Race Alex Lizzie A Pav the Fiddler FiddlerThird Third Race Zirl Crescent City H S Tobacco TobaccoFourth Fourth Race Mallory Lady Gallantry GallantryFifth Fifth Race Small Jack Braw Lad Hengist HengistSixth Sixth Race Sir Gatian Ida Ponzance Chickadee Little Rock Entries. LITTLE ROCK ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track good Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maidens Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp277C6 277C6 American Pride 4 109 600 31254 Little Chimes 6 109 600 600312303Travers 312303Travers 5 109 720 720312272Lizzio 312272Lizzio Carr 4 107 700 700Mildreds Mildreds 3 107 31251 Stringtowu 3 103 600 29805 Henry A 3 103 650 28973 Maxille 3 101 715 31229 NoraD 3 101 650 65031231Flprrie 31231Flprrie S 3 96 725 725Second Second Bao 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Soiling 31213 Pruo Wood 4 103 680 31227 MacLaren 5 102 690 296342Sauber 7 102 31231 RebelJack 7 102 312502Alex 5 102 312542Pay the Fiddler 6 102 31227 Junaetta 6 100 312503Birdie Stone 4 97 31232Lizzie A 4 95 31231 Brewer Schorr 3 94 31215 Varnor 3 88 Third Race 58 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling312512H 312512H S Tobacco 8 116 710 30366 Little Jack Homer 6 113 700 700Ewing Ewing 3 100 31251 Man 3 97 690 69031229Zirl 31229Zirl 3 95 725 31229 MissDora 3 95 685 31229 Crescent City 3 92 715 715Fourth Fourth Race 18 Mile Mile2jearolds 2jearolds Allowances The Capitol Hotel Stakes 500 added addedInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdop fGold Bell ch c by Goldcrest Heatherbell 118 fBreakspur br c by G W John ¬ son Gracie C 118 Stub BayBonnie b c by King Eric Bay Bonnie 118 31211VMallory 118 700 700Pearl Pearl Mendal b f by Likely Alma H 115 31211 2Lady Gallantry 110 675 675f f J W Schorr entry entryFifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp31210Braw 31210Braw Lad 8 113 720 31214 B G Fox 6 109 710 710312323Hengist 312323Hengist 4 105 720 31210 MissEdd 3 104 650 31214 Orleans 4 104 700 700312123The 312123The Bronze Demon 4 103 685 31126 Laureatea 5 100 675 675286793La 286793La Spara 5 100 660 31212 Trio 3 97 600 31163 Pillardist 5 97 685 312103Small 685312103Small Jack 4 92 725 29066 Ermack 3 86 625 625Sixth Sixth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 31232 Henry of Trastamare 7 108 715 71531227Incidental 31227Incidental 7 102 660 31232 SirGatian 6 102 725 72531231Chickadee 31231Chickadee 3 101 7 0 70031215Plead 31212 Syncopated Sandy 4 99 700 31215Plead 4 92 680 312302I 680312302I a Penzanco 4 92 7 ° 0 28748Tea Gown 4 92 715 for your opinion as to which horses will be first second and third as they finish in the Suburban or if you prefer send us the winners of the Brooklyn Suburban and Brighton Handicaps and if you prove right we will send you the above amount should more than one person prove correct the 8500 will be divided equally between the fortunate ones onesTo To become entitled to this all that is necessary is to purchase DIRECT FROM US one of our Annuals of 1901 and with your remittance send your choices PRICES OF ANNUALS CLOTH 520 HALF MOROCCO 720 720ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESSGOODWIN GOODWIN BROTHERS 1440 BROADWAY NEW YORK The Racing Calendar CalendarOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE JOCKEY CLUB CLUBInvaluable 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 announcoments declarations dates etc and matters of interests to breeders and owners SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 500 PEB ANNUM 35O 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 36 Eightyfourth day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Harry Tupper Starter John P Roach Racing starts at 300 p m Q 1 V H FIRST RAGE34 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31225BARNEY F J 113 1 1H li 11 Hi May H Higginbottom 2 21 21 1 31223 SALOME 8 111 2 21 22 2 25 Leer Bacon Co 4 8 8 21 311892MOLLIE BROOKS 3 97 4 33 31 3 3 Redding E Moncroith 34465 31247 LITTLE TOWER 3 102 7 51 4 41 4n MWilliams P Carter 5 10 5 2 31224 EMIGRANT 3 99 5 61 61 52 51 C Murphy D Murphy 33245 31087 ROSIE R 3 100 6 7 7 7 61 B Myers JEarle 6 8 8 3 31245 LIZZIE TELLO 6 111 3 41 5 61 7 W Stewart WCWestmorelandS 3 21 45 45Time Time 26 h 53 1 23 r i LagunitasWent Winner B g by Isaac Murphy Lagunitas Went to post at 335 At post 23 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Barney F was saved the most during the long delay at the post and well handled won with something in reserve Salome was prominent in all the breakaways and was much used at the post Mollio Brooks was taken the overland route and generally messed about Little Tower and Emigrant were closing stoutly at the end endScratched Scratched 311S93Friend Jack 102 102Overweights Overweights Rosie R 3 pounds Barney poundsBarney F show out Salome show evens Mollie Brooks show 1 to 2 Emigrant show out Lizzie Tello show out O j f O SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St K 1A X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31189 A BRIDE 4105 1 21 22 22 li C Miller J T Sims 8 20 8 2 31222 out310012HACO ONOMASTUS C 113 3 14 li li 2 W Stewart J R Hand 351 1 out 8862312223LAURIA 310012HACO 8 110 4 42 32 35 310 S Miller H L C Moore 8862 312223LAURIA 8 108 5 3 45 42 4a Todd R E Causey 85 2i 1 out 31152 FIDDLER III 6 110 2 7 62 61 an T Stewart J B Berry 8 15 10 4 31118 BROADWAY 4 110 7 6 7 7 62 J Anderson J C Ellis 8 25 10 4 31205 HANNO 4 110 6 55 5i 5n 7 S Johnson J Bowers 6 10 10 4 4Time Time 26J 53 1 231 Winner 231Winner B f by Koscinsko Wedding Bell BellWent Went to post at 4 24 At post 23 minutes Start fair Won handily second driving A Bride had a slight advantage at the start but ran to the outside fence on the first turn She caught Onomastus in the run home and was drawing away at the end Onomastus was much used at the post During the long delay he ran threeeighths at top speed to a false breakaway Haco was a much improved horse and but for running a half mile at top speed before the start wquld in all probability have won Lauria ran poorlyScratched31222 poorly Scratched31222 Loyalty 110 A Bride show evens Haco show evens RT VH4 THIRD RACE 0 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M 1A 5 StrFin Jockeys O H C P 31249JBAD PENNY 4 104 1 15 is is 15 D Hall L Wainwright 3 3 3 J 312093QUEEN L 6 102 2 22 22 23 25 W Stewart R Johnson 5 6 311923SIR KENNETH 6 103 4 4n 52 SH 3n Tattersall W D Jones 55465 31224 CERTAIN 5 107 3 3ii 31 41 42 Patton Home Stable 12245 311742LADY AINTREE 5 108 5 51 4 5i 5i Rooney W C Snodgrass 33245 31209JBY GEORGE 6 104 6 45Time 6666 Paretto J Agnew 2i 2i 2 45 Time 25i52i 119 126 Winner FlynnWent 126Winner B c by Tenny Lizzie Flynn Went to post at 515 At post 30 minutes Start fair Won in a canter second easily Bad Penny broke flying and the advantage at the start gave him clear sailing He tiptoed his field all the way and won at the end pulling up Queen L was under pressure all the way and ran a good race Sir Kenneth came fast in the last quarter and outgamed Certain Lady Aintree and By George in addition to meet ¬ ing tangleScratched with interference were off in a tangle Scratched 31249 Incandescent 102 102Overweights poundsBad Overweights Sir Kenneth 3 pounds Bad Penny show 2 to 5 Queen L show evens Sir Kenneth show 1 to 2 Certain show 2 to 5 Lady Aintree show 2 to 5 By George show 2 to 5 O I O ft K FOURTH RACE34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St J4 Vi X StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO 312062CANROBERT 5 114 1 13 12 H li D Hall H Baker 4441 31222JNELLIE 444131222JNELLIE FONSO 5 111 4 4 31 21 22 W Stewart W Hogan 2 2 85 710 312263 KILDARLIE 5 113 5 5 5 4i 33 Maine M Nash Co 6651 665131134CELIA 31134CELIA 6111 2 21 Si 3 42 S Johnson J Bowers 2 2i 2i 45 31188 ANTAGONE 5 111 3 3 43 5 5 Rooney R Crowhurst 7101 1 out Time outTime 26 53 1 23 23Winner Winner Ch g by Dr Hasbrouck Lucille Mannette MannetteWent Went to post at 610 At post 2 minutes Start fair Won driving second easily Canrobert won by virtue of a good start He had a couple of lengths advantage when the flag fell He tired badly in the run home and would have been beaten in a few more strides Nellie Fonso was taken the overland route but with equal racing luck she would have won easily Kildarlie was gaining stoutly at the end Antagone haa no mishaps Scratched 31224 Vince 110 312452Johnny Brown 110 110No No show betting 31266 F E 1 11 ° Miles Purse Sl ° ° 4rearolds ana upward Selling StrFin Jocseya Owners O H C P 31205MILLSTBEAM 7 109 3 31 32 2 2 3 Clearis H Hobbl 45 5 7 5 312233LAURAS 1312252GRACE FIRST 4 100 1 22 22 42 3 41 D Hall W E Orcutt 4 6 fi 7 1 312252GRACE WILSON 4 109 5 51 51 52 51 o Rooney J S Brannon 10 12 12 1 JSIacSSaS1 rlI I f P ° PPW WBPemSnColl 15 15 4 312083CATHEDRAL C 7 May H lg J Higginbottom 8 8 4 2 2Winner OFallonWent Winner B m by Trafalgar Lady OFallon Went to post at 6 30 At post 15 minutes Start poor Won easily second drivi away when ready Aborigine sulked badly when in the lead but came again after 1 Millstream ran a good race and stood punishment gamely Lauras First was nearly thrown down on t e turn when she attempted to make her run Cathedral sulked The last three at the start were prao praoScratched Scratched 31222 Brahmin 109 31225 Delia Cee 100 Overweights 100Overweights Cathedral 3 pounds Aborigine poundsAborigine show 1 to 2 Millstream show 7 to 10 Cathedral show 4 to 5 Page  ALL THE TURF PUBIISHEKS PUBIISHEKSOF OF THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE THEWESTERN NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALLTRACKS 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 XXBSTCIA6S TVTATT IK PTATTV ENVELOPE THE flmerican Sporting Jllamial For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing HANDBOOK OFFICIAL The Pugilistic Record or 1901 OF FIGURES COMPENDIUM Handicapping and BookmaMng Tables TablesFIVE BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FIVE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS Summaries Du Experts on tfie Past Years Doings DAILY RACING FORM EDITED PUB BY co FHBRUNEIX 1241 26 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO 50c in Soft Morocco The Melbourne Stud StudU U M4a M4an LIMITED TO THIRTY APPROVED MAKES n rir er Differ nanaspring SpawHandspring PROPERTY OF p j DWYERV Spaw Handspring won the Great Trial Tremont Double Event both renewals FoamBillow Withers and Carlton Stakes Brooklyn Derby etc Chestnnt horse standing 161 hands high By Hanover My Favor iterby imp Eayon dOr Handsprings oldest get were twoyearolds in 1901 He has had but six starters three of which Merriment Meditation and Major Daingerfield 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 Hanoverand out or 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 ion of Blair Athol winner of the Derby and St Leger and ho out jof Blink Bonny by Melbourne and she won both the Derby and Oaks and grandson of bothPocahontas 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 Rayou 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 iiontas herself by imp Glencoe Thus 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 over lived and his stud fee is certainly a very low one taking everything into consideration considerationRainbow Rainbow 5pBrown 5p Brown horse 163 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 236 over the Coney Island track Rainbows dam Butf and Blue is by War Dance one of the best of Lexingtons sons out of the famous old matron Reel by imp Gleucoe Bull 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 lonj distance race mares over 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 Btinted 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 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 ownersSt St Juliet 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 winning The 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 1901 yet he has sired the flying Myrtle Dell who made a track record as a twoyearold in 1901 Sard Seething St Dean Kabylo Princess Julien Blondo 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 KentuckyJim 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 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 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 arlings on four different farms far apart and yet within a few miles of Melbourne for it is my jpinion 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 onrass rass 5 which must be considered a very low price considering the established reputation the Mel Melonrne onrne Stud has for the care of its stallions mares and all thoroughbred stock It is a practice at the Melbourne theMelbourne Stud to try the mares three times a week until the first of June and after that time every day dayuntil until the season closes July 1st which is a guarantee that every mare will be got in foal if care and andattention attention will accomplish this end TJsual return privilege if horse is alive and in my possession For catalogue and further information address W S BARNES Proprietor Lexington Ky