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GOSSIP OF THE TURF All things considered Martin Pattons filly Ethyiene is let into the St Louis Inaugural on the ground floor Mr Maginn put but ninetysix pounds on her To be sure he has Dewey in at ninetythree and Schwalbe at ninetyfive and they are clever horses fast and game yet not any of them showed as well as the daughter of Ethel Gray last year and on her efforts last fall she should come pretty close to doing the trick on May 3 though they do say that she has not grown very much meantime Andy Williams upon whom there is a heavy Derby play is almost as well as Ethyiene Of course if Waring and Wax Taper with their 127 and 126 pounds respectively are fit the younger ones will have trouble finding wbich way they went But it is an even break that neither horse is nearly as good as he was and that Waring will not start at all St Louis Republic Secretary Nathanson of the Harlem Jockey Club has high hopes for the steeplechase game here this year He has the assurance of at least ten eastern owners that each will Bend two or more of their timber toppers to compete in the infield affairs here this year After his recent trip down east Mr Nathanson is fully convinced that the Proviso course boasts the finest steeplechase appointments iuihe country and he is surejf thejBastern owners come here this year they will continue to race here ever afterward The infield game is quite the go In the east and Mr Nathanson thinks with twenty or thirty good timber toppers here this year the sport will enjoy a vogue almost equal to that en ¬ joyed around New York Havanas first horseracing season under Amer ¬ ican auspices began formally week before last with wonderful success Twenty horses from the United States ran in four races in the presence of thou ¬ sands of the best element of the population Tom Beily started open poolselling on the grounds The enthusiasm evidenced by all nationalities war ¬ rants the prediction that horseracing will take the place of bull and cock fighting in the hearts of the people Mr L V Bell has left San Francisco for New York The stable that Mr Bell took out to the coast met with indifferent success which is a source of general reget among the lovers of the sport in California It is more than likely that the Bell colors will be sported in the Metropolitan and other classic races of the eastern turf this summer On tlie strength of a move of threeeighths of a mile in 36 6 seconds last Wednesday at Lexington Col Milton Young paid John Cronin 1500 for the chestnut colt twoyearold by First Mate Chippie Cronin bought the colt for 200 as a yearling from Colonel Young Ho will be trained by Charlie Dodson Ready For Memphis Opening. READY FOR MEMPHIS OPENING Much rain has interfered somewhat with the working of horses at Memphis lately and on this account trainers have been retarded in giving their charges as much preparing as they should have been given at this time of the year especially with only a few days before the meeting begins staring them in the face Many of the workouts at that have been satisfactory and by the time the post call is blasted upon the crisp air of spring March 31 the local talent at Memphis will pretty near know what each candidate is about capable of doing The Tennessee talent comes near being cog ¬ nizant of whats what in the racing line especially at Memphis where the three weeks run of the sport is regarded as one huge gala day dayFor For the gallopers last Wednesday it was a case of mud or nothing Such a rain as fell from midnight to noon would have been a Godsend to a drought stricken country in June time The track at 1 oclock was a veritable river at 2 it was a sea of mud and at 3 it was heavy at 4 the harrows were at work and at 6 it was almost dry dryThe The best work of the day was a mile in 145 flat by the handicap candidate Walkenehaw He car ¬ ried 122 pounds and did the distance impressively Hiram Pierce is training him and has a ticket on him at 15000 to 150 When asked about the horses chance in the handicap ho said he never had an animal to do better for him and that Walkenshaw stood a good chance to win if the track was heavy next Monday MondayHe He took this horse over to Little Rock with the expectation of starting him in a selling race on the first day of the meeting but he showed that morn ingthat he was too good for that company and was consequently scratched and shipped back to Mem ¬ phis on the next train trainSilurian Silurian the fouryearold bay son of Belvidere Virgie D from P Dunnes stable worked an im ¬ pressive mile in the downpour and through the mud He covered the route in 1 454 It would be hard to determine what weight he had up The boy seemed no heavier than ninety pounds but there appeared to be a lead pad under the saddle cloth His impost next Monday is but 100 pounds Miracle IL which is expected to carry the Tiche rior colors was not worked Neither was Barouche JheMcCorkle candidate in Mahones stable Fly ¬ I ing Torpedo brouglitr o 3 to MeViphis froavGnJU fornia by Louis Ezell was out for a gallop He is looking good and around his barn there is much 1 confidence in his ability to put it over the plate plateThe The favorite Waring from S C Hildreths barn negotiated a mile and an eighth in 2 05 1 the mile in 1 46 with about 128 pounds up Hildreth says that he has not decided positively what else from his barn will go in the big event Federal and The Lady are both going well and it may bo one or the other of these Whether he will s art a companion to Waring will depend somewhat on a rider Nitrate is being prepared for his race at New Orleans and will not be shipped to Memphis until Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning Simons says he has a royal chance and his friends are back ¬ ing his opinion opinionTC TC McDowell attempted no fast moves with any of his lot AllanaDale led the string in the gallop The sore on his back is healing and he is going freely Abe Frank was sent a mile in 150 and Caviar from the Tichenor barn did the same dis ¬ tance in 147 147Joe Joe Ullman and his crew have arrived from Hot Springs and opened headquarters for the future book on the Montgomery Handicap and the winter book on the American Derby and eastern events in Luehrmanns Hotel The city is rapidly filling up and bed space in the hotels is already at a premium The largest crowd that has attended any meeting is expected Among the bookmakers who have al ¬ ready arrived are Hops and Harry Laudeman from Lexington Ky Harry Wehmhoff and Willie Applegate from Louisville and James Duckworth of Cincinnati Little Rock Pooling. MTTLE ROCK POOLING LITTLE ROCK AEK March 27 The overnight pools sold here tonight went as follows First Race Frank Pearce 5 Pillardist 3 Pine Chip 2 field 5 5Second Second Race Braw Lad 10 Curd Gillock 3 St Wood 3 Small Jack 2 Tenny Belle 2 John G Ford 2 field 3 3Third Third Race Lady Curzon 6 Maggie Clopton 5 Cogswell 3 Teucer 3 Hutch Miller 3 George B Cox 2 Georpe H Ketcham 2 field 2 2Fourth Fourth Race Schwalbe 5 Harry Wilson 5 ield 2 2Fifth Fifth Race Censor 5 field 5 5Sixth Sixth Race Monos 3 B G Fox 5 Algio M 3 Pay the Fiddler 2 H L Coleman 2 Josie F 1 field 1 Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND OAKLAND CAL March 37 One hundred and twentyfifth day New California Jockey Clnb ClnbWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter J J Holtman Racing starts at 210 p m J indicates whip 5 spurs B hood O O Q K FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M y2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31199 DORIAN W 11 108 4 7 7 54 li L Jackson G B Morris 7 15 15 6 312412SAUL OF TARSUS W 5 114 7 11 U4 14 22 Bozeman L Wall 10 10 9 3 312173KING DELLIS W 5 108 3 51 54 S 31 Troxler C Lind 3 4 4 85 31199 JERID W 6 110 2 2 2 24 4 Foucon F OKane 10 15 15 6 310972MALASPINA 88331164VKILLDOE B 3 92 8 8 8 61 64 Winslett Mallowmot Fa rm 5 883 31164VKILLDOE HI 3 97 1 31 31 7 6 J Ranch B Schreiber 555 31244 EDINBOROUGH H5 5 111 9 9 9 9 71 J Mathews W H Kotchiman 7 8 8 L 31050 FLAMERO WS 6 108 10 10 10 10 8 Conley D Cameron 10 15 15 6 31203 VANTINE 5 109 5 4 44 4n 92 Goodyear W M Rogers 8 12 8 34 30958 CUBAN GTRL W 4 100 6 62 63 8 101 L Daly P Corrigan 15 50 50 20 290693 WINNEBEJOUR W 510511 11 11 11 11 Fauntleroy G B Williams Co 60 10010040 Time 10010040Time 24 49 115 GlendoraWent Winner 115Winner B h by Sir Modred Glendora Went to post at 2 13 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second easily Dorian after a rough journey to the stretch bumped his way through and won going away and was best Saul of Tarsus is in rare form displayed brilliant speed and kept going gamely at the end King Dellis was lucky throughout but failed to respond as strongly as usual at the end Jerid was prominent from the start but was bumped in the stretch Malaspma went wide and was poorly handled Killdoe tired badly from following the paccemaker Edinborough was nearly left and closed a big gap Vantine was choked halfScratched and pulled in to a pocket in the first half Scratched 30841 Phyllis 95 95Overweights Overweights Jerid 2 pounds Killdoe 3 Dorian 3Dorian show 3 to 1 Saul of Tarsus show 9 to 5 King Dellis show 4 to 5 O1 OO SECOND RACEl2 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Selling AWtSt J4H M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312182GUIDA fl 101 3 12 1141 J Ranch A ITSpreckels 334 Si36 311662ORO VIVA W 108 4 32 214 23 Troxler G Summers Co 451 35 13 31218 DONAMI US 104 5 2H 3 35 L Daly Montana Stable 8 15 15 3 312183DELSEGNO W 104 1 44 43 4 Fauntleroy Chinn Forsy the 6 10 10 24 31166 20ELLIE TRIM W 104 2 5H 55 51 See El Primero Stable20 100 100 20 ELLIE E K 101 6 6 6 6 L Jackson S McNaughton 8 30 30 6 Time 124 241 49h 49hWinner Winner FantasmaWent Ch f by Major Richards Fantasma Went to post at 2 42 At post 8 minutes Start strangling Won driving second easily Guida off running immediately crossed the form contenders obtaining a long and winning lead which she man ¬ aged to hold to the end Oro Viva was much the best and gradually decreased her lead from a flatfooted start but was ridden badly and taken wide and barely failed to get up Donami failed to make good in the stretch run after showing a fine burst of speed Delsegno was interfered with early and fell out of contention Trim and Ellie E both showed brief flashes of speed poundsGuida Overweights speedOverweights Trim 3 pounds Guida show 1 to 5 Oro Viva show out Donami show evens O l OQfT THIRD RACE 1 11G Miles Purse 400 3yearoldfl and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St y X StrFin Jockeys Owners O K C P 31221VMARSHAL NEIL IS 4 107 3 26 25 in 1 13 L Jackson R A Smith 75 85 1 12 31150 FRANK WOODS 1 5 104 8 6n 44 44 44 2 See GardenCityStableS 1651651 31244 MORENGO m 1651651m 12m 6 107 5 414 5 62 54 3 J Mathews E M OBrien 15 30 30 12 310322COURTIER m 4 107 2 31 33 33 314 4 Troxler J M Crane 12 20 20 7 31150 MORINEL B5H 7 102 7 7 7 7 7 54 L Daly M Storn 6 6 6 2 31184 MISTLETON MISTLETON312003REINA NS 7 104 10 8 8 8 6 65 Winslett Elmwood Farm 15 30 30 10 312003REINA DE CUBA H 10H 6 108 4 15 15 25 2n 74 Bozeman E J Baldwin 7 12 12 5 31128 WHALEBACK 5 6 105 9 9 9 9 9 8 BurlingameO F Johnson 60 60 60 20 31184 JIM MCLEEVY d 6 107 1 51 63 64 8 94 Fauntleroy J Coffey 8 20 20 8 30977 MALAISE 12Y H 6 108 11 11 11 10 10 102 McCarthy Musto Ruiz 15 30 30 12 29881 2COMMS ATTORNEY Y W 5 107 6 10 10 11 11 11 Gisborn P Corrigan 10 15 15 48KWinner Time 231 48 1 14J 1 41f 1 48K Winner RoseWent Ch c by Tammany Ayrshire Rose Went to post at 310 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Marshal Neil well in hand trailed Reina de Cuba for half the distance moving up like a flash when called on and was a sure winner thereafter Frank Woods again made up a tremendous lot of ground from a bad start Morengo put up a game race and is steadily improving Courtier displayed unusual speed and stuck to his work well at the end Morinel off badly suffered from a cowardly ride and finished with a rush after being carried to the extreme outside on the stretch turn Mistleton is rounding to and is due Boon Reina do Cuba a nonstayer opened up a wide gap in the first half and had the field strung out like a procession badlyScratched but tired and quit badly Scratched 31185 Bado 92 92Overweights Overweights Courtier 3 pounds Whaleback 1 Malaise 3 Morengo 3 Marshal Neil show out Frank Woods show 1 to 2 Morengo show 6 to 1 31288 F FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 100 3yoarolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St H U 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 311022THE GIVER HS 3 98 4 3 ° 3 314 32 IK L Jackson Elmwood Farm 1 75 75 25 312423EL 25312423EL RIO SHANNON 5H 5 106 2 24 21 2 2 2H Troxler J Coffey 66465 31217 IM PROMPTU ftH 4 100 5 42 43 43 43 33 Fauutleroy Montana Stable 10 30 30 10 31242UIM 1031242UIM HALE J 4103 1 11 11411 H4 4 Stuart WLStanfield 3 5 4 65 312422REDWALD 65312422REDWALD BH 5 105 3 5 5 5 5 5 L Daly W B JonningsCoS 10 10 24 312ilBERNOTA 24312ilBERNOTA 5 4 99 Loft at the post J Ranch BurnsWaterhse 8 15 12 5 Time 254 50y 1151 141 Winner 141Winner Br c by Tiger Miss Gift GiftWent Went to post at 3 3o At post 1 minute Start straggling Won driving second easily The Giver came out of close quarters in the stretch after making a wide stretch turn and came with a fine rush through the stretch and won eased up El Rio Shannon lucky throughout finished strongly and is very good Impromptu ran in etartlingly improved form was always well up and made a strong move at the end Jime Halo got away running and showed the way for over six furlongs but unexpectedly quit in the stretch Redwald suffered disastrously from waiting tactics and sulked in the face of clods The Giver inScratched was bid up from 1000 to 2000 and bought in Scratched 31168Horton 104 104Overweights Overweights El Rio Shannon 2 pounds The Giver show out El Rio Shannonshow2 to a Impromptu show 3 to 1 Jim Hale show 1 to 2 CONTINUED ON FIFTH PAGE OAKLAND FORM CHARTCONTINUED FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Handicap 31289 1 Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31149 JOE FREY W 4 116 2 21 2 3 2 J Ranch J F Schorr 3 18513545 31102 SHARP BIRD HH 5 106 3 13 HI 2 31 Troxler A H Vivell 12 80 80 30 3031243HAGERDON 31243HAGERDON W 5 112 1 3n 42 41 4H Conley H L Frank 23365 23365S04762VARRO S04762VARRO US 4 97 7 7 7 61 SSK W Knapp G W Miller 10 SO 30 12 31243 SWEET TOOTH M 4 102 6 8 8 7 6 L Jackson L V Bell 33365 33365311693J 311693J BOGGS WS 5 93 8 6H 3 51 7 Butler J S Gibson 10 20 20 7 50174 BYRON ROSE MS 4 109 5 5 6 8 8 Frawley R Wilson 10 20 20 7 Timem 235 49 1131 1131Winner Winner B f by Midlothian Fannie Louise LouiseWent Went to post at 4 00 At post 10 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Sister Jeanie lucky and skillfully placed saved much ground in making a clever stretch turn had the field decisively beaten when a furlong out and at the weights was best Joe Frey however followed Sharp Bird too closely and when the latter made his customary bolt on the stretch turn was carried out with him as was also the badly messed about Hagerdon practically destroying the chances of both Sharp Bird showed great speed and finished well Varro fresh and good went well and should win soon Sweet Tooth away badly ran very dully in tho first half but finished strongly and will improve Watch him Byron Rose was evidently short shortScratched Scratched 306983Kenilworth 122 122Overweights Overweights Sharp Bird 1 pound poundSister Sister Joan ie show 6 to 5 Joe Frey show 2 to 5 Sharp Bird show 10 to 1 Hagordon show 1 to 2 Sweet Tooth show 1 to 2 SIXTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling 3129O Ind Horses StrFin Jockeys O H C P 3 96 4 11 1 + lit Hi 13 L Jackson Chinn Forsythe 2t 2 21 1 5 108 1 3 41 3 53 2n J Mathews J G Brown Co 10 25 25 8 31 ° 17ANTOLEE WS 4 111 6 6 51 5 3 3 Troxler DAHonig 4 4 135910 135910312042HUACHUCA 312042HUACHUCA ft5 3 99 2 41 3 4 2 45 L Daly G W Baldwin 5 7 7 21 31199 ADA N W 4 105 3 55 6 6 6 5 Stuart Antrim Stable 6 10 10 4 30 ° 402SIR HAMPTON W 5 113 T 21 21 2U 41 G Foucon G Miller 3 41 41 85 85312602MAC 312602MAC GYLE W 5 108 Fell J Ranch Elmwood Farm 6883 6883Winner t Winner B f by Bramble Meriden MeridenWent Went to post at 4 33 At post 4 minutes Start very straggling Won easily second driving Rubus was skillfully handled and practically made her own pace which was slow and stole away on the far turn from Sir Hampton her nearest attendant which was under a choking pull and quit as if short and won going away Diomed luckily placed and saving ground on the stretch turn finished strongly Antolee was practically left and ran a remarkable race The slow early pace however enabled her to catch the field on tho far turn where she went wide and finished with a rush and was probably best Huachuca poorly ridden fell back in the stretch and then came again fast at the end endScratched Scratched S125T Bassenzo 98 31186 Constable 98 312fi03Qnadra 94 94Rubus Rubus show 2 to 5 Diomed show 4 to 1 Antolee show 9 to 20 Page  DAILY RAGING FORM ISSUED JOYHHT BAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETL BULLETLOFFICIAL OFFICIAL OBOAV QV QVTHE THE WESTERN JOCKK CLTJB JtoiroH AND PHOPBIBTOH P IL BiramELt BiramELtASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOR Cuarsau C BXLBI SECBETABT MBS P H BBONBLI Jtattred in the Post Office a Chicago as seco class mattoz DAILY RACING FORM FUBUSHING CO iA Daily Reflection of Uxe Aiaariean Turf by Telegraph COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDBfttorod Bfttorod according to Act of Cqngross in the year 1902 by Frank H Brunell in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C Crr rr a f Tk chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FOKM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly pro ¬ tected 194136 FIFTH AVB CHICAGO ELIJCNOIS S0BSCBIPTIONS MU9T BB PAID IN ADVANCB SINGLE COPY 3 CENTS TEEMS TEEMSP P Month 125 125Half Half J50One Year J50 14 One Year Iks above rates are for single copies as sealed Utters firstclass mail trict will be declined at other than firstclass mail matter rates Sob considered and answered all queries to DAILY RACING FOHM must be sent over the full name and with the address of the writer Those names and addresses are subject to a local and foreign directory test l Louis Mo OFFICB 19 N BROADWAY BASE ¬ MENT M MDEPHY AGENT ON SALE AT 8 30 AM AMJDAHY JDAHY RACING FOBM can be delivered to any ad ¬ dress in St Louis LouisJBack JBack numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the St iKjnis office for telegraphic transmission KFICE408410 Vim STBEET ON SALE AT NOON DTOIT Om W tow towON towg g ON SALE AT 900 AM AT HOT SPRINGS AKK F C BOVING 118 CENTRAL VVUNTJE T nLTON KENDBICK 906912 17TH STREET STREETAT AT NASHVILUE TENN DUNCAN HOTEL HOTELAT AT MILWAUKEE Wis PLANKINTON HOTEL NHWS STAND STANDAT AT BUFFALO N Y NEW TIFFT HOUSB HOUSBAT AT ° slcETRTbG NINTH AND ANDWALNUT R AR AND NEWS CO WALNUT STREETS STREETST T REEFE BROSTOST OJTICH NEWS STAND STANDArToKONTO ArToKONTO ONT ONTGEORGE GEORGE MCSWEENET IBOQUOIS HOTEL HOTELAT AT NEW ORLEANS LA H J HOLLE 641 COMMERCIAL PLACE PLACEAT AT T RAOREAR MABKET STREET FERRY NEWS STAND STANDATMBMPHIS ATMBMPHIS TENN R M MANSFORD Co E H CLARKE BRO CHICAGO ILLINOIS MARCH 28 1902 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM OAKLAND CAL March 27 Th form of Fri ¬ days Oakland fields is First Race Windward Nowsgatherer Forest ForestKing King Second Race Horatius Honiton Escarola Third Race Lass of Langden Yrsula Satchel Tonrth Bace Artilla Picador Horton Tifth Race Headwater Bean Ormonde Duckoy Sixth Race Tnfti Cougar John McGurk Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track good goodFirst First Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Sellinglad lad Horses Age Wt Hdap Hdap31183Tindward 31183Tindward 6 109 725 725311842Harry 311842Harry Thatcher 5 106 710 31201 Free Lance 8 104 715 715312CO 312CO Satan 5 101 685 31216 Newsgatherer 8 101 720 31164 Bagdad 5 101 705 31201 Expedient 5 101 700 31200 Royal Prize 7 101 690 31241 Captivate 4 100 710 31011 Bill Bohmanson 4 97 705 30795 The Elk 4 97 695 31256 Forest King 3 86 715 715Second Second Race 12 Irttle 2yearolds Maidens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp J T 3 br c by King William SisterModred 113 30925 Horatius 113 725 31240 Gold Van 113 710 30556 J W Dickey 113 700 31202 The Forum 113 710 30308 PrincoEugene 113 705 705Sabinal Sabinal b c by Glee Boy Bul ¬ garia 113 312402Honiton 110 720 720311832Escarola 311832Escarola 110 715 31146 FireDance 105 710 31202 Katanga 105 715 31129 Prestolns 105 G90 G90Third Third Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 31082 Blackthorn 112 705 30141 Sir Tom Tiddler 112 690 31182 Axminster 112 716 31062 Myriad Dancer 109 705 31164 George Clark 109 695 695311652Lass 311652Lass of Langden 109 725 30158 San Lution 109 715 31239 Flitting 107 700 31182 Yrsula 107 720 30593 Satchel 107 715 31165 Cathello 107 705 312393 Jennie Hughes 107 710 710Fourth Fourth Race 1 18 Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling31168Horton 31168Horton 6 108 715 31150 Picador 4 104 720 31204 Artilla 5 103 725 31242 Diderot 4 103 705 70531258Commissioner 31258Commissioner Forster 3 98 710 710Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances 31219 Duckoy 5 112 735 73531130Beau 31130Beau Ormonde 4 110 740 740312613Headwater 312613Headwater 8 107 750 750S11493Sea S11493Sea Queen 6 105 725 725312413February 312413February 8 105 720 720Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 31221 E1 Mido 6 Ill 710 31184 Billy Lyons 4 107 690 31244 Decoy 5 106 715 715312442Cougar 312442Cougar 4 105 720 31199 San Venado 7 104 690 31257 Captain Gaines 5 104 710 31204 John McGurk 4 102 715 31201 Einstein 7 101 705 31184 Invictus 4 97 695 31258 Matilda 0 4 95 700 31257 Tufts 3 93 725 Washington Form. WASHINGTON FORBI WASHINGTON D C March 27 The form of Fridays Washington fields is First Race Elizabeth Moan Happy Obliged ObligedSecond Second Race Frocks and Frills Mda Allie Violet VioletThird Third Race Early Eve Donna Honora Rod Damsel DamselFourth Fourth Race High Carnival Gayhilda Sunny Port PortFifth Fifth Race Charley Moore Caithness Illumin ¬ ate ateSixth Sixth Race All Saints Lou Roy Farrell Washington Entries. WASHINGTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp312703Imperialist 312703Imperialist 5 110 710 31237 Flo Russell 3 109 680 29553 Cormorant 6 109 695 31238 Rightaway 3 104 700 700296033Gwyune 296033Gwyune 5 104 710 31270 Thad 8104 685 22450 Albert Enright 4 103 705 29627 Leslie Bruce 3 101 700 70031270Elizabeth 31270Elizabeth Moan 4 101 725 31157 Mistress 4 101 690 69024288Termless 24288Termless 4 101 715 71526990Ninonia 26990Ninonia 4 96 700 70031267Obliged 31267Obliged 4 96 715 715294792Tax 294792Tax Man 3 94 690 690312762Alack 312762Alack 3 94 710 71029606Happy 29606Happy 3 84 720 720312673Rona 312673Rona 3 84 705 70531267Frivol 31267Frivol 3 84 695 695Second Second Race 12 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Maidens Fillies Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp 31234 Frocks and Frills 105 725 Blue Delft ch f by Ornament Mary M 105 31234 Mda 105 720 720Adele Adele Harding eh f by Silver mine Idaho by Iroquois 183 Mexicana br f by Brutus Bes ¬ sie 103 Allie Violet b f by Aloha Vir gie 105 Merry Milden 105 Third Race 34 MBIe MBIe3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 31233 Red Damsel 3 101 715 31233 Princess Otillie 4 104 710 29578 Early Eve 3 99 725 29084 Donna Honora 3 94 720 720Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Maidens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color seat pedigree Wt Hdcp 29602 Justice 112 705 705Odds Odds and Ends 112 29332 Buck Lodge 109 710 31237 Foxy Curly 109 695 31237 Ed Flournoy 109 700 29084 Donna Honora 107 715 715Silver Silver Trinket ch f by Silver mine Mandrolina 107 312373Gayhilda 107 720 29627 The Bandit 107 710 31270 Sunny Port 107 715 715312672High 312672High Carnival 107 725 725Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 29553 Jack McGinn 4 113 700 31233 Charley Moore 5 112 725 29360 Ginki 4 110 705 705312723Flara 312723Flara 4 108 710 31238 Rightaway 3 96 700 31139 Lac 3 96 705 29578 Swamplands 3 96 715 31237 Illuminate 3 93 715 71531271Caithness 31271Caithness 3 91 720 720Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards 3yearolds and upward Soiling 31272 Lou Rey 6 120 720 72031269A11 31269A11 Saints 4 109 725 7253123S3Farrell 3123S3Farrell 7 107 715 715312822Fonsolnca 312822Fonsolnca 3 100 705 70529582Cherished 29582Cherished 4 96 715 31271 2Rendezvous 3 84 710 OLEARYS FUTURE BOOK BOOKAMERICAN AMERICAN DERBY BROOKLYN AND SUBURBAN HANDICAPS HANDICAPSWrite Write for quotations Commissions handled on all races Long distance telephones Yards 628and 651 651JAMES JAMES OLEARY 418389 S HALSTED ST STCHICAGO CHICAGO JHL REYNOLDS CO 73 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland DaiIy2 FRIDAY FRIDAYGur Gur information will Again Con ¬ sist of Two More Royal Good Things ThingsLittle Little Rock second race one grand special that will be a 10 to 1 chance and will undoubtedly come home alone Track conditions cut no figure with this individual who is in good hands and all primed up to make a grand kill ¬ ing with To prove we have inside information on this long shot we will also state the jockey that rides this cinch cinchThe The Best of Reliable Information by Wire from Our Exports Dally DallyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT 8T 3OO Weekly Wired at 1O am MUTUAL TURF GO GOWe We pay for our inside information OUR 1YIXXERS AT BEXXIXGS YESTERDAY WED NESDAY WE GAVE ALUAINTS NOTLIMAH LOU REY FQ WIN RENDEZVOUS PLACE ONLY TUESDAY WE SENT SENTCHARLEY CHARLEY MOORE FIRST CHORD AND HIMSELF TO WIN WINTODAY TODAY A 20 TO 1 SHOT SHOTThis This one will be cut loose and will come home on the bit TERMS 5 DAILY 20 WEEKLY WEEKLYIn In Advance Money Order or Telegraph TelegraphMUTUAL MUTUAL TURF CO WHHIN6TON D C Race Track Information Bureau BureauSUITE SUITE 500 263269 DEARBORN ST TELEPHONE HARRISON 3689 3689RATES RATES 100 DAILY 400 SIX DAYS SELECTIONS AND SPECIALS SPECIALSALPACA ALPACA FLAMBOYANT BRISK BASTILE TRAVERS HENGIST MALLORY MARSHAL NEIL THE GIVER SISTER JEANIE JEANIEwere were a few winners on our Form Letter Handicap Thursday 234 clients were given Brisk 31 Hengist 31 and Sister Jeanie 81 to plunge for the limit They won easily easilyFRIDAY FRIDAY AT LITTLE ROCK OUR 20 TO 1 EXTRA SPECIAL SPECIALstarts starts and we are very confident that it will be an easy winner winnerAT AT BENNINGS OUR 10 TO 1 EXTRA SPECIAL GOOD THING THINGstarts starts is entered in an easy field and barring accidents should win easily easilySaturday Saturday at Little Rock 15 to 1 Shot Getawav Day Good Thing ThingLast Last week our weekly clients won 456 on 10 bots Try us a week We can surely make as much or more any week that you send in your subscription We have a great many bottledup good things and the odds will be from 12 to 40 to 1 1Memphis Memphis Begins Monday March 31 Waring is a Good Thing in the Montgomery Handicap HandicapPlunge Plunge for the limit on him This means at least fifty dollars Our track timers have been on the Memphis grounds for the past two weeks and wo have a great many good things for the opening week weekFORM FORM LETTER HANDICAP ON ALL RACES ON SALE AT 9 AM AMAlso Also sold at cigar store rotunda Adams Express Building 18 Dearborn St Kolmans cigar store 267 Dearborn St news stand northeast corner Van Huron and Dearborn Sts OMi 3 DAYS AT MEMPHIS ATf I f T 11 n fj T I 1 An exceptional opportunity open to all Turf I I I I I B V I I N ri I IIIII Speculators desirous of obtaining THREE I Mil WwllwUMwII good Live Ones coming off THE FIRST FIRSTWEEK WEEK AT MEMPHIS MEMPHISTHURSDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SATURDAYThese These THREE are owned and trained by one of the shrewdest horsemen on the American Turf today and have shown such a remarkable burst of speed it has been decided to Coup THE FIRST CRACK OUT OF THE BOX for a horse properly placed is often overlooked both by Bookies and Public and the probable odds on each Trick will be 10 or 12 to 1 1My My reputation as a reliable Turfman is well and favorable known to all EASTERN TURFITES but as I will operate at the WESTERN TRACKS this season I will take this opportunity of establishing myself to WESTERN TURFITES offering THIS THREE DAYS INFORMATION INFORMATIONAT AT YOUR OWN TERMS TERMSpayable payable AFTER THESE THREE TRICKS HAVE WON This enables both the SMALL and LARGE bettors to get in on this Killing when the Flags fly and the Bugle sounds Therefore submit me a reasonable proposition as your immediate patronage is most earnestly desired and the only real proof of the PUDD1N is in the eating Address AddressExTrainer ExTrainer G H James P O Box 122 Memphis Tenn Flamboyant 81 Fonsoluca FonsolucaSTABLE STABLE SECRETS FROM THE INSIDE ON THE BENNINGS RACES RACESWill Will Have One Saturday and Two Monday A Guaranteed 20 1 Shot for Saturday April 5 5I I KNOW SOMETHING SOMETHINGSW SW Curtis Lexington Hotel Chicago Page  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WASHINGTON FORM CHART CHARTWASHINGTON WASHINGTON 1 C March 37 Third day Washington Jockey Club Spring Mooting MootingWeather Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 3 00 p m W indicates whip 5 spurs H hood O 1 O rr O FIRST RACE5 13 Furlongs 300 added 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St Vi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312333ALPACA H 5 100 3 31 21 22 IK Wonderly A C McCafferty 1 111091025 28811 GOLD FOX US H 6 102 1 11 1 11 22 Booker MurrayHillStable21 662 29581LOCKET 66229581LOCKET ft5 3 98 7 4u 32 3 3 DOConnor W C Daly 10 15 15 5 5293013THE 293013THE ROGUE ft 4 91 4 71 7 5H 4 MHendrsnC Barker 5762 31236 MARU 3 86 6 52 51 41 51 Dart GoughacresStablelO 10 7 2 2309862DOLCE 309862DOLCE FAR NIENTE W 3 110 8 8 6 61 6 Odom A H D H Morris 10 12 12 3 28095ASTERY W 3 85 5 61 8 7H 71 Creamer J D Hooe 40 100 100 15 28596 GOLDILIA BH 4 109 2 21 4 8 8 Morris F J Zimmerman 40 60 40 12 Apprentice allowance Time 11 23 48 1 02 1 09 Winner 09Winner MyopiaWent B m by Tremont Myopia Went to post at 300 At post 6 minutes Start fair Won ridden out second easily Wonderly put up a good ride on Alpaca He moved up with ease when a furlong from home but Alpaca then began to hang and had to be ridden out to keep her neck in front to the end Gold Fox speedy and in good form led to the stretch ou sufferance but held on gamely through the last furlong when headed Locket was weakly handled but held his own throughout The R9gue flatfooted at the start was gaining slowly at the end and would have been third in a couple of strides Maru lacked speed and was poorly ridden Dolce far Niente is probably not of much account accountScratched Scratched 29508 Willard J 101 22450 Albert Enright 98 31237Illuminate 93 291772Tax Man 92 29764 May J 84 29519 Playlike 84 84Overweights Overweights Goldilia 2 pounds Alpaca poundsAlpaca show out Gold Fox show evens Locket show 21 to 1 Q l OQffc SECOND RACE 18 Mile SlOO added 2yearolds Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C V 31234 FLAMBOYANT WH 101 5 21 22 1H Wonderly J G Lyman 10 10 8 3 3li 31234 BARON KNIGHT W 110 1 1MYSTIC li IH 22 T Burns Lotos Stable 4552 MYSTIC BELLE J 98 4 4TRIBESMAN 31 3 3 J Daly O L Richards 100 100 50 15 TRIBESMAN IK 107 6 6ENHANCE 41 41 43 Landry GoughacresStableS5 4 4 75 ENHANCE W HO 3 3MIRANCE 6 6 53 Odom RWWaldenSons6 12 12 5 MIRANCE W 104 2 2SAPERE 52 51 6C Seaton Mrs R Bradley 30 30 30 12 SAPERE H 104 7 7311762JULIA 777 Booker FHMildenJr 20 20 8 3 311762JULIA 311762JJULIA LYSTON 93 L Left at the post GThompson J D Crimmins Jr 85 11595 710 fFormerly 710fFormerly Julia Lislom Time 13 25 52 Winner 52Winner Br c by Lissak Hanoana HanoanaWent Went to post at 330 At post 3 minutes Start fair for all except Julia Lyston Won easily secoad the same The hrst two had the race between them nearly all the way Flamboyant was best at the weights and drew away in the last sixteenth in a handy manner Baron Knight was speedy and hung on well and fought it out stoutly when caught Mystic Belle performed well and should be improved by this race Tribesman has worked well but ran disappointingly He will probabl y show to advantage some other day Sapere off poorly received an easy ride Julia Lystons nose was caught in the barrier as jt went up upFlamboyant Flamboyant show 6 to 5 Baron Knight show evens Mystic Belle show 8 to 1 Tribesman show 4 to 5 Julia Lyston show out 31281 THIRD RACE 34 Mile 300 added 3yearolds Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 28829 ESSENE W 98 1 2n 21 1 11 Shea T J Healey 5 5 2i 1 29602MEISTERSINGER W 101 2 11 11 2 2 MHendrsnA M Worth 10 12 10 3 29609 CARROLL D H 106 4 4 41 41 3 Landry W T McGrath 6 25 25 5 29493 MAN O WAR W 101 5 5 5 5 43 Wonderly O L Richards 35465 29568 TRUMP W 102 3 311 31 31 5 Brennan W C Daly 1 85 32 12 12Time Time 12 2436 116 Winner SadieWent Ch g by Inverness Sadie Went to post at 355 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Shea rode a gilt edged race and finish on Essene and the horse showed a good game performance Ho displayed much speed and raced with Meistersingerto tho last furlong where he drew away under a hard drive Meistersinger is very fit away well and tried to make a runaway race of it and finished out strongly Carroll D well in hand for the first half was all out at the end Man oWar trailed the field to the stretch where he closed up strongly and was gaining at every stride and would have won in another fifty yards Trump was used up in trying to keep up with the leaders He will do to keep track of as he is good goodOverweights Overweights poundEssene Trump 1 pound Essene show out Heisterainger show ovens Carroll D show 7 to 5 Man oWar show out Trump show out 31282 FOURTH RACE 78 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Soiling Ind Horses A Wt St yz 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29613BRISK 1 9 101 2 211 21 21 12 HI Creamer J Sennett 21 1653 1 1I 31233 FONSOLUCA I 3 98 1 31 32 31 21 21 Wonderly J G Lyman 3 4 21 710 31238 LITTLE LOIS 4 107 4 4 4 4 31 311 Landry John Fox 10 10 7 85 29222 ELO1M 5 111 3 12 11 lii 4 4 Booker MurrayHillStable65 75131012 Apprentice allowance Time 1272 24 48J 1 16 1 29 Winner Ch g by Springfield Active ActiveWent Went 19 post at 4 20 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Brisk was the best horse iu the race and it was only a question of him being right and he was Creamer laid In behind Eloim to the stretch where he assumed command with ease The horse tried to stop in the last few yards and had to bo shaken up to keep hin going Fonsoluca seemed dangerous a furlong from home and hung badly when Wo nderly called on him for a final effort Little Lois was outclassed and was never in the hunt Eloim was speedy but not up to the route He quit after going five furlongs but the race will improve him Overweights Fousoluca 1 pound Little Lois 3 3No No show betting 31283 FIFTH RACE 6 13 Furlongs 300 added 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312362BASTILE Hi 6 107 2 2 1 j Booker A E Reynolds 65 75 45 13 29360 KING BARLEYCORN IUH 6 108 3 11 12 23 21 Odom J W Colt 653 3 1 31238 RINGLEADER M 5107 J 32 31 31 33 Wonderly J A Bennett 6 15 15 4 31235HAND VICE US 4 102 4 51 41 42 42 Shea H I Marshall 30 50 40 10 30968 DIFFIDENCE W 5 107 5 61 61 5 55 Landry E Reynolds 30 30 12 3 FANNIE ALINE W 4 105 7 7776 Seaton Mrs K Bradley 30 100 100 30 24141 THERMOS W 5 107 6 4 51 6 7 T Burns G C Johnson 7883 Apprentice 7883Apprentice allowance Time 12 249s 49 1 165 1 23 Winner B g by Oscar Four Flush FlushWont Wont to post at 451 At post 2 minutes Start fair Won easily second the same Bastile was best and shows improvement with each race Ho might have won going away but Booker eased him in the final strides King Barleycorn performed well for a first time out displayed speed and lasted well He always rounds to early in the season and will no doubt do better next time He is of much better class than the others when ho is right Ringleader had no mishaps and was well up all tho way but tired in the stretch Hand Vice can do better in the infield Thermos was probably not up to a race Scratched raceScratched 31103 Beggar Lady 105 31237 Father Den 105 105Overweights Overweights Diflidence2Bastile King Barleycorn 1 pound Diflidence2 Bastile show out King Barleycorn show 3 to 5 Ri 31284 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 4O Yards 400 added 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M Vt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31237 WATER ALONE 4 106 1 11 1 H 15 1 Wonderly Mrs R Bradley 31237 INKLING 3 87 5 5 5 5 43 2 Shea G Solleck 4531 31237 WOODCtlUCK 3 92 4 4f 3 32 21 312 GThompsnP FMcCprmick 2331 312372MANGO H 6 112 3 31 45 40 31 48 Blake G W Cook 67585 31237 THE BLUECOAT Hj 4 108 2 21 2U 2 5 5 Miles G Chandler 15 30 25 6 Time 13t 26 51 1 17 1 47j 1 50 50Winner Winner B f by Alolm Waterwitch WaterwitchWent Went to post at 5 15 At post 2 minutes Start straggling Won easily second driving Water Alone got away Hying and was never under pressure He raced The Bluecoat into submission and went on and won in a canter Inkling was Hatfooted when the barrier went up and wheeled losing a half dozen lengths and she then wont on and made up a lot of ground and finished strongly beating Woodchuck out in the last stride Woodchuck was poorly handled throughout Thompson took him the long way around and put up a slovenly finish Mango performed poorly and might improve suddenly The Bluecoat is a sprinter and eix furlongs is about all he wants wantsScratched Scratched 31238 Round Up 115 115No No show betting on first three Little Rock Form Chart. LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART CHARTLITTLE LITTLE ROCK ARK March 37 Fourth day Arkansas Jockey Club Spring Meeting MeetingWeather Weather cloudy track fast Presiding Judge H C Batemau Starter A B Dado Racing starts at 230 pm J indicates whip 5 spurs H hood O I T F7 O FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Maidens Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vz H StrFin Jockeys Ovners O H C P 312303TRAVERS flSH 5 109 5 12 11 13 12 Gormley TMMeek 852 8512 28973 MAXILLE W 3 101 4 41 21 22 2 L Smith P J Miles 221 12 31231FLORRIE 1231231FLORRIE S 5 3 96 9 8 72 41 31 Helgeson B O Kennedy 8 12 12 4 31229 NORA D 3 101 7 5 4 3 4s Bell M A Stophonson 50 60 60 10 312272LIZZIE 10312272LIZZIE CARR ft f4 107 3 21 31 51 52 Singleton J J McAlester 65 85 S5 12 MILDRED 12MILDRED S BS 4 107 6 3 H 6 65 W Waldo S Lazarus 50 60 60 20 29805 HENRY A WS 3 103 1 7887 Lindsay E J Arnold Co 50 60 60 20 31254 LITTLE CHIMES WS 6109 2 6 5 61 7 8 Dominick R R Rice 6 10 10 4 27766 AMERICAN PRIDE US 4 109 8 9999 Earlo R Gallagher 50 100 100 40 Apprentice 40Apprentice allowance Time 241 501 1 18 18Winner Winner B g by G W Johnson Winifred WinifredWent Went t9 post at 2 33 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Travers was well in motion when the flag fell opened before the up a gap others got to running and was never under pressure Maxille was eore when going to the post She is a rater tired at the end and was driving to the limit to stall off Florrie S The latter made up a lot of ground and finished strongly Lizzie Carr ran poorly This was not her race and she can do better betterScratched Scratched 31251 Stringtown 103 103Travers Travers show out Maxille show out Florrio S show 2 to 1 Lizzie Carr show out O J QrT I SECOND RACE 78 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Vn StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31231 BREWER SCHORR W 3 94 5 51 2n IH li is T Meade G C Bennett Co 21 31 31 1 31232LIZZIE A ftS 4 95 4 6 7 61 22 23 Helereson E Whalen 75 21 21 45 31250SBIRDIE 4531250SBIRDIE STONE WS 4 98 6 7 61 41 41 3 Lindsay E J Arnold Co 6 12 12 4 31212 PRUE WOOD i H 4 103 7 41 4 7 7 L Smith J J McAlester 1 65111025 31227 MACLAREN W 5 102 3 31 SH 3 6 51 Gormley G Lanka 12 30 30 10 312502ALEX 10312502ALEX W 5 102 2 12 11 51 51 6 Otis P Murphy 44485 31231 REBEL JACK WS 7 106 1 2 52 21 3 7 Dominick J J Gifmore 10 20 15 5 Time 26J 51 J 1181 132 132Winner Winner Ch c by Linden Verbena VerbenaWent Went to post at 3 05 At post S minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Brewer Schorr broke slowly but wore the leaders down in the first quarter took command when his rider was ready and came away easily in the run home Lizzie A saved ground at the homo turn and finished in the cuppy going Birdie Stone came wide when entering the homestretch She was tiring at the end and driving to the limit to stall off Prue Wood Tho latter would have been third in another stride Alex and badlyScratched Rebel Jack were oil running but both quit badly Scratched 2963423auber 102 3125l2Pay the Fiddler 102 31227 Junaetta 100 31215 Varner 88 Overweights 88Overweights Birdie Stone 1 pound Rebel Jack4 Jack4Brewer Brewer Schorr show 2 to 5 Lizzie A show 2 to 5 Birdio Stone show 6 to 5 Pruo Wood show out Alex show 2 to 5 Q 1 O T THIRD RACE 58 Mile Purse 250 3yoarolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St y3 StrFin Jockeys Owners 30366 LIT JACK HORNER W5H 6 113 3 331229ZIRL li 11 IH 11 Lyne W H Richardson 1 32 32 25 I 31229ZIRL W 3 98 2 32 2 21 22 Singleton B Schreiber 71071012 out 31229 CRESCENT CITY 3 92 1 21 33 31 S Helgeson R C Bush 477 32 31231 MAN HI 3 97 4 41 46 41 4 Lindsay E J Arnold Co 10 40 40 8 31229 MISS DORA W 3 95 5 5EWING 6 51 53 50 Earle R R Rice i 6 15 15 4 EWING IKS 5 3 100 6 5 6 6 6 Wallace M R Farris 10 60 60 15 Time 15Time 241 50 1031 Winner 1031Winner B g by George Kinney Princess PrincessWent Went to post at 332 At post 16 minutes Start good Won handily second easily Little Jack Horner quickly assumed command and although momentarily headed by Zirl in the stretch rallied and was drawing away at the end Zirl did her best and appeared like the winner at one point in the stretch but tired near tho finish Crescent City ran well throughout Man finished well Crescent City breakawaysScratched and Ewing ran a quarter at top speed in one of the breakaways Scratched 312H2H S Tobacco 116 116Overweights Overweights Zirl 3 pounds poundsLittle Little Jack Horner show out Crescent City show 2 to 5 Q 1 O rr f FOURTH RACE 13 Mile 2yearolds Allowances O AllowancesO JL J t O The Capitol Hotel Stakes 500 added Value to winner 590 Ind Horses A Wt St 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31211MALLORY H 118 2 2BREAKSPUR 2U IH U Coburn G C Bennett 35 35 12 out BREAKSPUR W 118 3 3PEARL 11 22 2 J Woods J W Schorr 31 31 3 45 PEARL MENDEL W 115 5 31 31 33 McGinn W L Lansing 44 21 710 GOLD BELL W 118 4 4312112LADY 41 5 51 42 Lyne JW Schorr 31 31 3 45 312112LADY 45312112LADY 32STUB GALLANTRY W 110 1 1STUB 51 4 51 Lindsay J J McAlester 4 7 7 32 STUB IK H 118 6 666 Singleton W McLemore 20 50 50 10 fCoupled in betting Time 121 25 37 491 Winner 491Winner Ch c by Onondaga Miss Thomas Went to post at 416 At post 17 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Coburn waited with Mallory until well around the far turn when he moved up and took tho lead without much effort and had a lot in reserve at the finish Breakspur was lame when goiu to the post Ho is a quirk breaker and ran well but was tiring at the end Pearl Mendel came very wide at the stretch turn She is a good looker and finished gamely Stub ran his race at the post Gold Boll stumbled when the flag fell fellNo No show betting o j o rr rj FIFTH i RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A WtSt M 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners OH OP 312323HENGIST 4 105 1 22 1 11 1 Dominick R R Rice 2 21 2 45 31214 B G FOX 6 114 8 81 6 83 2 2K K Lyne D P Rodgers 8533 65 312103SMALL JACK JACK312123T 4 92 2 in 23 31 SNK Helgeson H Arthur 21 2 2 45 312123T BRONZE DEMON DEMON28G793LA 4 103 4 3 31 21 41 Gormley W S Laird 33365 28G793LA SPARA 5 100 5 5 7 7 51 Lindsay R W Marks 15 50 50 15 31212 TRIO i 15i 3 97 6 61 51 6 K 63 Sincloton W McLemoro 10 20 20 8 31126 LAUREATEA LAUREATEA290G6 W5 1 5 100 9 7 78 8 5 5K 7 Davisson J U Strode 8 30 30 10 290G6 10290G6 ERMACK IK 3 86 3 41 4 4 41 8 W Waldo W L Lansing 15 100 100 30 31210 MISS EDD W31047 K 30K 3 104 7 9 9999J 9 9 9 J Woods J W Schorr 5 7 7 21 Time 21Time 25i 501 117 Winer 117Winer B c by Teuton Virginia Moore MooreWent Went to post at 4 59 At post 3 minutes Start good Won driving second tho same Hengist raced Small Jack into submission in the first five furlongs and had enough left to stall off B G Fox in a good finish Tho latter got away all tangled up and came to tho extreme outside at the stretch turn but finished strongly and would have won in two more strides Small Jack ran his race The Bronze Demon cut the corner at the home turn and finished next to tho inside in cuppy going Miss Edd got off poorly punishedScratched and was not punished Scratched 31210 Bra w Lad 113 31214 Orleans 104 31163 Pillardist 97 Corrected 97Corrected weights B G Fox 114 114Hengist Hengist show 2 to 5 B G Fox show 3 to 5 Small Jack show 2 to 5 The Bronze Demon show 1 to 2 31278 SIXTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 250 3yoarolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 1A 1A U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31215 PLEAD B 4 97 2 41 42 3 31 11 Earlo J S Hothert 332 45 312302IDA 45312302IDA PENZANCE US 92 1 52 3 4 2 2 Helgesou W Weir Co 3662 31232 H OF TRASTAMARE W 7 108 6 63 51 52 41 31 Davisson J U Strode Co 85 2 2 710 28748TEA GOWN H 4 92 5 7 7 6 5 4 Maior Colo Co 10 SO 30 10 31231 CHICKADEE fit 3 101 4 21 22 11 11 55 Gormley HatfioldOwnbey 32 32 1 25 31232 SIR GATIAN BH 6 102 3 li 1 2 615 Gto Singleton A L H M RogersS 15 15 5 31227INCIDENTAL WH 7 102 7 3 62 7 7 7 Lindsay W L Thornton 10 15 15 5 Apprentice allowance Time 251 51 1 17i 1 30K Winner SpecialtyWent 30KWinner B f by Mars Specialty Went to post at 530 At post 5 minutes Start good Won driving second tho same Plead had to go all around the leaders to get up caught Chickadee tiring in tho run homo and was going away at tho end Ida Penzance was hustled along all tho way was well ridden and saved ground at all turns Henry of Trastamarc was carried wide when rounding the far turn and would have been second iu a few more strides speedScratched Chickadee quit when the deciding drive came Sir Gatiau showed early speed Scratched 31212 Syncopated Sandy 99 99Corrected Corrected weights Plead 97 Plead show 1 to 2 Ida Penzance show 3 to 5 Henry of Trastamare show out Chickadee show out Page  Training On Wheels. TRAINING ON WHEELS WHEELSHistory History repeats itself in many ways and so many things happen between times that the repetitions are hailed as novelties and a public satiated with scare heads and more or less impossible pictures falls over itself to grasp the novelty Save the mark I IWe We have been inundated with American train ¬ ing methods in England and other countries Ithough little has been done there which is not done every day at Tiome and as a matter of fact the yearly occurrences round the average training stable would give any amount of vitally interesting copy to any one who was sufficiently technically interested to grasp it itColumns Columns have been written on the fact that Allan aDale the magnificent Halma Sudie McNairy colt which is favorite for the American and Ken ¬ tucky Derbies was speeded to a sulky covering the mile in about 1 55 This of course was not typical trotting It was however nearly eight seconds faster than the time of Cresceus the worlds cham ¬ pion trotter last summer but it is nothing new in American training records Last year The Black Scot ran many times but to no good effect until ho was driven to the track in a buggy when he won at good odds Since then old Dorian who was raced until six years old and then retired to harness has been returned to the turf at eleven years and won a couple of weeks since in California for Green B Morris who vows he shall never look through a harness bridle again About ten years ago Harry Alonzo was entered in a race at Sheepshead Bay while stabled at Brighton Beach He was hitched to a road wagon and with three men in it was driven at top speed to Coney Island where he was at once taken on the track without any warming up ran won and established a new track record for the race raceAway Away back in the paet Aratoma was trained to a buggy and accomplished great deeds and anothet buggy horse was La Polka Mr Sauford is said to have trained several horses to buggies as part of their exercise and achieved good results The most remarkable piece of training was probably the gelding Nicholas I owned by Mr John Hunter This was a horse of the four mile heat days when there were giants in the land The training this horse received was mainly swimming in the canal Every day he was taken down to the water and had a great time strik ¬ ing out with his legs developing the won ¬ derful leg power which carried him so well over a distance and set several new notches on the scroll bf Fame Of course he had plenty of running and walking exercise as well but the main develop1 ment aimed at was from the swimming Captain OShanghnessy with his horse Qlendove for the Lincolnshire Handicap of 1874 trained him on stale bread beer and molasses taking his temperature every night at 9 p m and holding his head out over the half door of his stall for so long according to the period required in his opinion to re duce the pulse to normal He also applied wet bandages to the top of the thigh instead of round the pastern claiming that it thus drew the inflammation into the body and so passed it off Qlendove ran a bad last in the race won by Tomahawk with Fred Archer up on his first win nipg mount of any importance but OShaughnessy was very serious as to the efficacy of his training which he ran into the ground as there aupears to bo some danger of doing with this buggy and sulky question just about now nowTrainer Trainer McDowell who drove AllanaDale said the exercise was given to keep the weight oil the animals back and develope the leg muscles A competent authority while calling on The Spirit said This is all very well so far as it goes but there must be great care taken or in the opinion of those well qualified to judge there will bo un fortunate results The act of drawing a sulky will certainly develope the legs but it is not along the lines of muscular action which a horse will exercise and strain when running With the sulky it is a constant strain to move quickly a weight which is balanced behind the animal while when the boy is in the saddle the weight is right over the withers or pretty nearly so Thus there is a total change of the center of gravity With the sulky there is considerable danger unless great cfire is taken of developing the horse unevenly as a gymnast is frequently found to be He may bo a wonder on the horizonal bar but when he comes to the parallels he is lost The superfluous amount of exercise taken on the bar has unduly developed certain muscles and by a law of compensation the other muscles have suffered to a certain extent Thus a horse thor ¬ oughly trained to a sulky will have the back mus ¬ cles moro or lets weak and when the test comes of that last half furlong in a bruising finish the back muscles will bo in danger of weakeningbeforo thoir time simply because the leg muscles have been un ¬ duly developed at their expense This is not a theory Not an idle dream It is the verdict of ex ¬ perienced men who are afraid that the present fad of sulky exercising may be run into the ground and that the curious folly of taking a steeplechaser and entering him in the hur ¬ dles right away with the expectation of winning Hjrith him may be repeated along other lines The sulky however will not affect every horse alike There are some types of horses which need just that onesided development and which never run to their best limit without the weight being sufficient of a tax upon them to prove a steadier Today is the age of progress variously understood and as we have had the stationary home trainer for the bicyclist producing good effects we may yet have the home trainer buggy apparatus fitted with the treadmill appliance of endless stairs so familiar to horse power utilizers in the rural districts Time will show Spirit of the Times Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF August Belmonts string at Bennings is composed of the following horses Alack b c 4 by Henry of Navarre Lacka Daisy DaisyDonna Donna Honora b f 3 by Hastings Donna Mia MiaWindstorm Windstorm b c 2 by Hastings Whirlwind WhirlwindToscan Toscan ch c 2 by Hastings Toscaria ToscariaBlue Blue Peter ch c 2 by Henry of Navarre Bel ¬ grade gradeRoyal Royal Ensign b c 2 by Henry of Navarre En ¬ chantress chantressWar War Cry ch c 2 by Henry of Navarre Shibbo ¬ leth lethAnchor Anchor Light ch f 2 by Henry of Navarre Rush ¬ light lightQloriosa Qloriosa ch f 2 by Hastings Glory GloryHose Hose Tint ch f 2 by Hastings Lady Rosemary RosemaryThe The veteran trainer Wm P Burch is handling quite a list of twoyearolds at Bennings belonging to different owners their names and breeding being as follows Standard Bearer b c by Handspring Songstress SongstressWannakee Wannakee ch f by Bathampton Unadaga UnadagaCastalian Castalian ch c by Bathampton Castalia CastaliaLady Lady Grafter br f by Halma Adventuress II IIJove Jove b c by Logic The Slashes SlashesNun Nun br f by Candlemas Augusta Belle BelleGrey Grey Friar gr c by St George Una B BGuess Guess br c by St Andrew Probability ProbabilitySergeant Sergeant b g by Inspector B Pansy Blossom BlossomAlster Alster br f by Hamburg Daroka DarokaOrnature Ornature ch c by Ornament Hutoku HutokuInvincible Invincible ch c by Himyar Bracelet The twoyearolds receiving their education at Bennings from trainer James McLaughlin are as follows Blue and Orange b c by Fitz James Petal II IITugai Tugai Bey br c by Fitz James Nigra Vela VelaAh Ah Fat br g by Fitz James Bombazette BombazetteLe Le Moi b c by Logic Lady Relief ReliefFrocks Frocks and Frills b f by Sir Dixon Merry Maiden MaidenEugenie Eugenie Burch b f by Ben Stromo The Hnmber HnmberIndian Indian Child b f by Locohatchee Austriana AustrianaProdigal Prodigal Son b c by Luke Blackburn Guiccioli GuiccioliMoney Money Lender b c by Liasak Cousine CousineFlamboyant Flamboyant b f by Lissak Hanoana HanoanaAgio Agio ch c by Pontiac Dal DalLava Lava b f by Ben Strome Puzzolana The Lotos Stable has the following extensive string of twoyearolds at Bennings Lord Touchwood b c by Loyalist Punka PunkaThe The Banteror ch c by Wagner Blessing BlessingBonnie Bonnie Burr b c by Tyrant Brier Rose RoseLady Lady Hoadley b f by Dorian Gladiola II IIKnight Knight of Gold ch c by Golden Garter La Belle Juive JuiveLord Lord Winsome ch c by Goldfinch Orta win winThe The Guide br c by Duncombe Right RightEmbarrassment Embarrassment ch c by Knight ofEllerslie Flash in the Pan PanWheeler Wheeler B b c by St Maxim Belva BelvaMiladi Miladi Love ch f by Flying Dutchman Vie VieKcnyonwood Kcnyonwood br c by Prince of Monaco Desde mona monaPrince Prince Hoadley b c by Calvados Nereid NereidWilliam William Jennings has the following twoyearolds at Bennings Plantagenet br c by The Friar Lena Malabar b c by Dutch Roller Miss Lillian Kite b f by Dutch Roller Lou Rhett Wild Wave ch f by Atlantic Wesa Highland Mary br f Atlantic Mary Stone Antarctic br c by Atlantic Maid of Screen Springbrook b f by Bowling Brook Zora President Hugh Wilson of the Montana Jockey Club has named the secretary starter and auc ¬ tioneer for the race meetings in Butte and Ana ¬ conda Ralph A Tozor will be secretary and asso ¬ ciate judge being the selection of Judge J A Murphy who will preside at the meeting Kit Chinn was accepted as starter and W P Magrane will be auctioneer President Wilson has received advices from California to the effect that a great array of stables is being prepared for the season at Butte The Montana Jockey Club is offering 100000 in purses and the meeting will include several big stake events In the course of a recent interview at Memphis Captain C A Tilles president of the St Louis Fair Association is reported to have said saidI I do not think that conditions were ever better for good racing That the war between the Jockey Club and the Turf Congress has been settled means much for the good of the sport sportLast Last year owing to the differences between these organizations there was no interchange of of horses as formerly between Chicago and St Louis This was detrimental to the interests of both cities and to the horsemen as well The horsemen especially were the sufferers Owners of big stables at either point could not split their stables between the two cities nor could they race at both points except in stake engagements engagementsThe The settlement of these difficulties came so late that we did not have time to carry out this year plans that had been formulated But another sea ¬ son we will try to arrange our stakes and important fixed events so that they will not conflict with stakes at Chicago Thus an owner who has engagements at both places can race one day at St Louis and ship to Chicago for the following day or the day thereafter We will try to avoid a conflict of stake dates as far as we can this season but may not be able to do so in every instance instanceAs As to the racing situation at St Louis wo ham ¬ mered that out last year We dp not anticipate any further trouble St Louis is one of the best racing towns in the country The people like the sport And what the people want the people gen ¬ erally get getJ J S Braton lost his good filly Medilation by Handspring Fair Recluse last Wednesday at St Louis While galloping her daily exercise at the old St Louis racetrack which is now Mr Brattons property the filly broke her shoulder A veterinary surgeon was at once summoned and pronounced the injury ruinous of her value as a racer She was de ¬ stroyed No reason for the accident could be dis ¬ covered Meditation was a filly of more than aver ¬ age class She ran some splendid races last season beginning in Canada and winding up at the Fair Qrounds in the fall She was very fast and could stay a route and sustain her speed as well as most fillies and was good on all kinds of track under all conditions Mr Bratton was offered 2500 for her last fall and refused it Trainer Flippen who hae charge of the Bratton stable said that he would not have taken 5000 for the mare The breeding of Meditation was firstclass Her sire Handspring is by Hanover while the dam is an imported mare of the very first class classMr Mr Bratton the St Louis turfman has thirty four horses in training among them twelve jump ¬ ers He recently signed John Dugan the crack post rider for two years Dugan rode for P M Civill and John Ferris on the St Louis tracks last year He is a brilliant boy at the start always away in front This makes him an especially de ¬ sirable jockey in sprints and twoyearold races Henry Flippen who trains the Bratton lot is a veteran in the sport He was one of the leading handlers of the east in the old Guttenburg days and has always been noted as an exceedingly able horseman W C Whitneys horses which arrived last Saturday at Sheepshead Bay from his Westbury establishment on Long Island were the chief at ¬ traction at that course during the day The train ¬ ers and attendants were kept buey nearly the whole day answering questions and granting permission to take a look at some of the noted racers in the stable Not only were the horsemen who were quartered at the different tracks there during the day but many visitors from New York and Brook ¬ lyn were anxious to get a glimpse of the famous Yankee Goldsmith King Hanover and Blue Girl 11 of which will start in active training for a sum ¬ mers campaign under the guidance of one of Amer ¬ icas best trainers John W Rogers The twoyear olds in the string number nineteen They are bred in the purple and are brothers and sisters to many great winners and give every promise of adding as much to turf history as did the twoyearolds of the stable last season Alex Shields the Canadian turfman owner of Advance Guard and other good horses is said to have been suffering from nervous prostration sup ¬ erinduced by fear that Advance Guard would not be given sufficient weight in the events on the east ¬ ern circuit Last season Advance Guard was almost invariably awarded top weight in the handi ¬ caps in which he was engaged Of these events he won only one Shields is wondering what will hap ¬ pen this year It was not always the weight that stopped the horse had some poor rides and had some bad racing luck Everything is hustle and bustle at present at the track dowm on the dunes of Indiana More than enough horses are now stabled at the course to fill out a good programme each day Stable room is at a premium and Secretary Nathanson is fervently hoping that the demand for stall accommodations is over with Tho track is in pretty fair shape and many trainers are beginning to get their charges in condition for the opening which takes place April 15 The majority of the thoroughbreds are horses that have raced at New Orleans all winter and many of which are now up to a good race The Roby contingent will have to gather its pabulum during the fifteen days session of the sport there for when the game switches over to the more pre ¬ tentious tracks in Illinois its chances of garnering will have been reduced to a minimum Jockeys Handicapped. JOCKEYS HANDICAPPED HANDICAPPEDDAILY DAILY RACING FOEM will from npw 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 bo graded down according to their estimated relative skill For a difference 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 bo given a place in the tables The following is the rating of thegockeys now riding over the various tracks At Oakland Jockeys JockeysJackson Jackson L Ranch J Hoar Ransom Vititoe D Mathews J McGinn Troxler Conley See Stuart Knapp W Woods J T Hennessey Flick Fauntloroy Winslett Burlingame Howsou Tullet Romero Bozeman Daly L Kelly Vickery Spargnr Ezell Skeohan Logan E Gisborn v Treanor Collis Jockeys JockeysAdams Adams Dunn Brodien Waterbury Tamplin Smith H Donnelly E Peterson Homer ROBS Gatliff Walker J McCarthy J Gatley Crpsthwaite Prior McDermott Jackson L A Burke Wallace Parmelee Bell Earle Webster Gannon DugganW Dyer Hoffman McKenna Trower Rowan At Little Rock and Memphis Woods J Turner N Coburn Winkfield J Lyne OfBrienT Dominick Waldo W Williams R Smith L McJoynt Lindsay Otis Gormloy Robertson Minder Walsh T Dupeo Aker Waldo J Helgeson MeadeT Slack Weber A Miller J Dangman Rice J Gilmore At Bennings Bullman Burns T Odom McCue Wonderly Blake Landry Miles Booker Daly J Creamer Brennan Murphy R Thompson G Dado Davisson Bell Singleton Logue Munro Hope Boyd Wilson H HWilson Wilson W Bassinger Young Hayden Rice B Houbre Jones A Prince R Lampard Ellis Wallace Maier Lowe Murray W Pritchett Battiste Dean L Watson W Durban Henderson M MSeaton Seaton Shea Dart Cummings Anderson Hall Danzig McNichols Hicks Morris Richardson OConnor D 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 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 PEDIGREE BLANKS On linen paper artistically edged in colors ruled and arranged for six generations of sires and dams of individuals and their ancestors Ten cents each 100 per dozen 350 per hundred No owner of a stallion should be without a supply supplyDAILY DAILY RACING FORM 124126 Fifth Avenue Chicago HI American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains all racing records at large revised and complete up to the end of 1901 four handicapping systems with directions for their practical application a table showing how to compute bookmaking fper centages track records of all the recognized tracks of the country the western and eastern scales of weights tables showing the comparative speed of tracks a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1901 of any consequence trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the new 215 trotters of 1901 Also a complete record of performances at all style of billiards Page  Little Rock Form. LITTLE KOCK FORM LITTLE ROCK ARK March 27 The form of Fridays Little Rock fields is isFirst First Race Pillardist Alex Joe Collins CollinsSecond Second Race Curd Gillock Braw Lad Sir King ¬ ston stonThird Third Race Maggie Clopton Lady Curzon Hutch Miller MillerFourth Fourth Race Schwalbo Harry Wilson Cadet CadetFifth Fifth Race Censor Hengist Miss Conrad ConradSixth Sixth Race B G Fox Algie M H L Coleman Little Rock Entries. LITHE KOCK ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track slow Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Soiling SoilingInd Ind Horsee Age Wt Hdcp 31274 Alex 5 110 710 31230 Frank Pearce 5 110 690 31230 Pine Chip 4 110 675 31227 Amoroso 4 108 700 31255 Terralcne 5 108 680 31227 Junaetta 6 108 675 31250 Alralena 5 108 600 31227 Joe Collins 4 101 700 31163 Pillardist 5 100 725 29379 Alice Hop 3 94 600 31277 Ermack 3 94 660 660Second Second Race 5 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Allowances 31251 St Wood 6 115 695 31210Braw Lad 8 115 715 71531251Curd 31251Curd Gillock 4 112 725 31250 Ragnarok II 4 109 625 31251 Tenny Belle 4 106 690 31278 Incidental 7 104 700 31232 Sir Kingston 5 104 710 31251 John G Ford 5 104 705 705312773Small 312773Small Jack 4 103 710 26005 Octo 3 91 600 31229 Marie Tryon 3 86 705 70531229Miss 31229Miss Blarney 3 81 705 705Third Third Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 29788 Touccr 7 113 675 31250 George B Cox 7 113 650 31230 George H Ketcham 8 110 700 700312553Lady 312553Lady Curzon 5 108 720 31255 Siren Song 5 108 690 31212 Salinda 7 108 660 31255 Hutch Miller 4 107 710 710312552Cogswell 312552Cogswell 4 107 710 31251 Maggie Clopton 3 94 725 27294 Bandrol 3 92 700 700Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling Selling312513Harry 312513Harry Wilson 107 705 70531212Schwalbe 31212Schwalbe 105 725 725312753Crescent 312753Crescent City 101 680 680312292Cadet 312292Cadet 101 700 31277 Trio 99 675 675Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile 4yearoldfl and upward Allowances Allowances312322Censor 312322Censor 4 108 725 31215 Avatar 5 108 675 31251 Miss Conrad 5 106 715 71531277Hengist 31277Hengist 4 105 720 31274 Prue Wood 4 103 625 62531254Lovable 31254Lovable 5 101 690 69031212Syncopated 31212Syncopated Sandy 4 100 700 700312782Ida 312782Ida Penzance 41 98 715 715Sixtli Sixtli Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling302193Monos 302193Monos 4 110 710 31253 Satin Coat 4 103 650 31252 H L Coleman 3 103 720 720312542Pay 312542Pay tho Fiddler 6 102 680 680312772B 312772B G Fox 6 102 725 31277 Laureatea 5 100 650 650312313AlffieM 312313AlffieM 4 91 720 72031231JosieF 31231JosieF 3 86 700 Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON 8 C March 27 Th form of Fridays Charleston fields is First Race Ononaastus Pudge Fannie Knox KnoxSecond Second Race Mollie Brooks Mollio Aaron Friend Jack JackThird Third Race Swan Dance Intent Deadly Night ¬ shade shadeFourth Fourth Race Scorpolette Joe Gammage Kil ¬ darlie darlieFifth Fifth Raca Emigrant Toad Rainey Grace Wilson Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 31225 Give and Take 5 115 680 680312632Onomastus 312632Onomastus 6 113 700 70031245Ruby 31245Ruby Riley 6 113 670 31265 Celia 6 108 675 31034 Clarris 3 92 685 68531246Fannie 31246Fannie Knox 3 92 690 690312462Pudge 312462Pudge 3 92 695 695Second Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances312222Dewey 312222Dewey D 5 110 680 31263 Fiddler HI 6 107 675 30176 NellieC 4 103 670 311893 Friend Jack 3 99 690 312623 Mollie Brooks 3 94 700 30683 MollieAaron 4 9t 695 31189 Pearl Ban 3 94 685 685Third Third Race 58 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 31263 Hanno 4 113 675 31294 Vince 4 110 680 680312483Katie 312483Katie Gibbons 6 108 685 31225 Intent 5 108 695 31248 Deadly Night Shade 3 97 690 690310333Swan 310333Swan Dance 3 92 700 700Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling312933Brahmin 312933Brahmin 6 114 685 31293 Kildarlie 5 Ill 690 31293 Joe Gammage 6 Ill 695 31037 Avoca 6 109 675 31263 Broadway 4 108 680 31293 Scorpole tte 4 105 700 700Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 31291 Cathedral 6 113 685 31266 The Brother 4 110 680 31266 Grace Wilson 4 103 690 69031054Toad 31054Toad Rainey 4 103 695 31262 Little Tower 3 97 685 685312943Emigrant 312943Emigrant 3 95 700 700311882Lady 311882Lady Riley 3 92 675 31262 Rosie R 3 92 675 MUTUEL POOL POOLON ON FUTURE EVENTS EVENTSTHE THE KENTUCKY DERBY BROOKLYN HANDICAP SUBURBAN HANDICAP HANDICAPMETROPOLITAN METROPOLITAN HANDICAP HANDICAPAND AND AMERICAN DERBY DERBYEstimated Estimated Value SSffl S 1 00000 Tickets 100 Each EachFor For entries circulars and f nil particulars address addressThe The Kentucky Muluel Sweepstakes Association AssociationMILTON MILTON YOUNG MANAGER MANAGERLEXINGTON LEXINGTON KY KYBoference Boference Lexington City National Bank Charleston Form Chart. 1 CHARLESTON FORM CHART CHARTCHARLESTON CHARLESTON S C March 27 Eightyfifth day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track fast Presiding Judge Harry Tupper Starter John P Roach Racing starts at 3 00 p m O I O 0 1 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling A Wt St V4 ft StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31209 PATCH WORK 4 105 3 13 13 is is D Hall W E Orcutt 65 65 1 out 31174 NINA B L 5 103 4 6 51 31 25 Carey G W Smith 66585 31192 AGNES CLARE 4 102 6 5 6 6 3 Rooney A H Boykin Jr 4431 312663MILLSTREAM 7 113 2 45 3 = 52 U deary H Hebbel 5662 31266 CATHEDRAL 6 llli 1 23 23 2n 52 May H Higginbottom 8 12 12 4 43120t5 3120t5 GLAD HAND 6 103 5 31 42 43 6 W Stewart Kerr Capps 65 75 75 out outTime Time 26 521 1 20 20Winner Winner Ch f by Elkton Thorns ThornsWent Went to post at 3 33 At post 4 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Patchwork outclassed her field and only had to cantor all the way Nina B L showed little early speed but sared much ground by hugging the rail on one of the turns and finished stoutly Agnes Glare was kept too far out of it in the the first part Millstream suffered from much interference He was coming stronglj and but for the interference would have finished second secondOverweights Overweights Patchwork 5 pounds Agnes Clare 2i Cathedral 3 3Nina Nina B L show 7 to 10 Agnes Clare show out Q Q V SECOND RACE 5 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling lud Horses A Wt St 4 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31226 ELSIE YEN NER 5118 2 3 21 l 12 D Hall S T Gainos Co 332 710 31265 ANTAGONE 5 118 4 41 43 3 2 Rooney R Crowhurst 12245 31170 LAROQUOISE 7120 1 11 It 21 31 W Stewart R Johnson 1 1 710 out 31223 45585S12C22SALOME TAVA HARRIS 8 118 3 2 31 43 45 Neary J Lynch 45585 S12C22SALOME 8 118 5 5 5 5 5 Leer Bacon Co 44 4 75 Time 75Time 261 53 115 115Winner Winner B m by Scorpion Virginia B BWent Went to post at 4 02 At post 5 minutes Start bad Wou easily second driving Elsie Venner was under restraint tho first part but came away when ready and won with plenty in reserve Antagone was in a pocket the first half but came fast at the end Laroquoise ran well the first four and half furlongs taken the overland route Throw her race out as she can do much better with decent handling Scratched 31189Capitolia 118 No show betting O I O O Q THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St X yz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 310552SCORPOLETTE 4 105 5 li li 12 13 12 Redding S T Gaines Co 65 75 75 710 312652NELLIE FONSO 5 104 4 2 21 22 21 2 Patton W Hogan 21 2J 1 12 31222 BRAHMIN 6 114 1 42 5 4 3 31 McArthur PhiladelphiaStbl 8 12 12 4 312262JOE GAMMAGE 6 111 2 32 3 5 41 4 May W A Fay 2 21 21 710 312653KILDARLIE 710312653KILDARLIE 5 111 3 5 41 31 5 5 Maine M Nash Co 2 21 21 45 Time 45Time 261 54123152 54123152Winner Winner B f by Scorpion Linderlette LinderletteWent Went to post at 431 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Scorpolette was much the best and had things her own way Nellie Fonso is not partial to a route She ran well the first threequarters but tired badly in the last quarter and would have been beaten for second place in another stride Brahmin was taken the overland route and ran in much improved form Joe Gammage was ridden in a slovenly manner Kildarlie did not run to his best form formScratched Scratched 31263 Fiddler III Ill 31263 Broadway 111 31188 Good Knight 111 No 111No show betting O OC4 FOURTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A WtSt 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31224 ELLIS 7 120 1 13 1 lit U it DJIall H Mack 21 21 35 out 31207DR out31207DR WORTH 3 109 2 21 211 211 35 21 Rooney R Crowhurst 75 21 21 710 31262 EMIGRANT 3 106 3 55 45 35 2 3 W Stewart D Murphy 4 662 312242JIM 662312242JIM SCANLAN 3 106 6 6 6 6 52 45 C Miller J T Sims 2 21 21 1 31248 ST BISHOP 3 109 4 4 53 55 41 510 Leer Bacon Co 3662 31224 VINCE 4 117 5 32 31 4 6 6 Patton E E Ragnor 8862 Time 8862Time 26 521 121 134 134Winner Winner Ch g by Elkton Lela Seers SeersWent Went to post at 5 12 At post 5 minutes Start poor Won driving second the same Ellis was r Dr Worth stood the drive in the last quarter gamely quartergamely Emigrant under an improved ride ran well the first threequarters but had to take the over ¬ land route on tho stretch turn this cost him second place Jim Seaman was lame goinr stumbled at the start when the flag dropped St Bishops race was too bad to be true Scratched trueScratched 312243Qrdeal 120 31248 John W Dahney 106 106Dr Dr Worth show out Emigrant show 7 to 10 Jim Scanlan show out O l OOK FIFTH RACE 6 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses StrFin Jockeys O H C P 312072DOMINIS 7 100 2 21 11 12 11 Rooney F Boversmith 21 21 21 45 312642QUEEN L 6 108 6 6 42 21 25 W Stewart R Johnson 11125 31249 INCANDESCENT 6 108 5 41 5i 3n 3 Tattersall W B Littrell 5662 312082LATCH STRING 3 95 3 55 6 51 41 Redding A J Stafford 35585 31209 ECONOMIC 4 108 1 11 21 41 51 D DHall Hall J JRHand R Hand 443 44365 65 44365312493SAMIVEL 312493SAMIVEL 7 110 4 33 3 6 6 Paretto G W Neal 33245 Time 33245Time 251 53 1 20 1 27 27Winner Winner AguesWont Blk h by Himyar Lady Agues Wont to post at 548 At post 12 minutes Start very bad Won all out second easily Dominii was forced to do his best at the end to stall off Queen L The latter was practically left at the post and with an equal break could not have lost Incandescent was all tangled up at flag fall Latch Strinff was cut oil on the first turn but for this she would have been third Economic was given three lengths tho best of the start and had no mishaps Samivel is going stale staleScratched Scratched 311922Prince Esher 103 103Dominis Dominis show out Queen L show out Incandescent show ovens Economic show out Samivel show out New Turf Exchange ExchangeOn On St Paul Railroad Canal aitf Warns Streets T A Till In vi I 1st Train Leaves Union Depot it 1250 p n n2ndTrainl05pm ILOililaiQ LOililaiQ 2ndTrainl05pm 3rd Train 155 p i jj vi 11101 u Returning Trans at 445f 545 anj after It nMB Actual Running Time T rtyFlve DiRUtes DiRUtesROUND ROUND TRIP 25 CENTS Illinois Central Turf Exchange Commissions on all Races Stations First Second Third Train Traim Train 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central Ry Ly Randolph VanBnrtn 1J5VanBnrtn St St 12S5 1238 105 1KB 1J5 1J8 l3o22nd 12th 1J812th St 1240 110 l3o Returning trains at 445 and 605 pm 22nd 1J4239th St 1242 112 1J42 and after last race 145esrd 39th St 1245 115 145 esrd St 1250 120 150 Grand 150Grand Crossing 1255 125 1 5 Kensington 5Kensington 100 130 200 Page  The Melbourne Stud StudU U Anr1 Anr1Srrner Srrner LIMITED TO THIRTY APPROVED MARES fe Of nanaspring PROPERTY OF p j DWYER piUW Handspring won the Great Trial Tremont Double Event both renewals Foam Billow Withers and Carlton Stakes Brooklyn Derby etc Chestnut horse standing 161 hands high By Hanover My Favor ¬ ite by imp Rayon dOr Handsprings oldest get were twoyearolds in 1901 He has had but six starters three of which Merriment Meditation and Major Daingerfield are high class winners and one of his 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 he out ofBlink Bonny by Melbourne and she won both the Derby and Oaks and grandson of both Pocahontas ftod Queen Mary and sire of the Derby and St Leger winner Silvio and the great Prince Charlie prob fcbly the fastest horse that ever ran in England Handsprings next dam is by none other than the great and only Glencoo Going back to Rayon dOr wo find him out of a mare by the son of the immor ftal Touchstone the foundation stone of nearly all perfect pedigrees and her second dam was old Poca hontas herself by imp Glencoe Thus combining several times over the wonderful Glencoe blood Any breeder stinting a good mare to Handspring has a chance to produce the greatest horse that ever lived and his stud fee is certainly a very low one taking everything into consideration Rainbow considerationRainbow OBrown B O 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 Bainbows dam Bull 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 few mares before that and from thoseservices he has had seven starters every one of which has been returned winner including the three class a high performers Menace who won eighteen races racesa 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 OOwn Julien LIMITED TO THIRTY MARES 5 O 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 winningxhe 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 19012 yet he has sired the flying Myrtle Dell who made a track record as a twoyearold in 1901 Sard Seething St Dean Kabyle Princess Julien Blonde Grayson etc Mr Barnes thinks St Julien fully the equal of his full brothers St Carlo and Prince of Monaco He is a sure foal getter having twentyeight mares in foal from a service of thirtythree last year He is also a grand breeder of individuality and as fine a tempered horse as there is in Kentucky Jim Gore Private 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 campaignersPrince of Monaco 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 is my fixed opinion that strictly highclass race horses can be bred with more success if kept apart in small lots rather than banded together in large numbers numbersMares Mares kept in box stalls wellbedded 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 Melbourne Stud to try the mares three times a week until the first of June and after that time every da dajMitil jMitil the season closes July 1st which is a guarantee that every mare will be got in foal if care an anattention attention will accomplish this end end3Usnal 3Usnal return privilege if horse is alive and in my possession EifFoi possessionEifFoi catalogue and further information address TV S BARNES Proprietor Lexington Ky Dally Racing Form ALL THE TURF PUBLISH PUBLISHOF OF THE OFFICIAL ORGAK OF THE THEWESTERN NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALL TRACKS pertly Indexed IndexedTelegraphic ARE FULLY RE ¬ Telegraphic Correct Con ¬ PORTED cise Comely ComelyTraining Training News a Specialty SpecialtyOff Off Our Own Presses Be ¬ 124126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PBICE PBICEONE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIRSTCLASS 7TATT DT PLAIN ENVELOPE THE flmertoan Sporting manual For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing AN HANDBOOK OFFICIAL Pngilistic Record of 1901 OF FIGURES COMPENDIUM Handicapping and Bookmaking Tables TablesFIVE BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FIVE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS Summaries fig Experts on tfie Past Years Doings EDITED BY F H BRUNELI DAIIY RACING FORM PUB co 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