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GOSSIP OF THE TURF Joe Oilman figures the following as probable starters in the Montgomery Handicap with their prices Waring 21 to 1 Nitrate 4 Silurian 8 Wax Taper 8 Flora Pomona 8 The Lady 15 Barouche 15 Scarlet Lily 15 Brigade 20 Malay SO Nobleman 0 Vulcain 20 Walkenshaw 40 Circus 0 Lou Woods EO Ullraan does not give the Tichenor stable a starter in his present calcu ¬ lations If is the general impression among the trainers that Miracle II will carry the orange and black sashes of this fashionplate stable in the big event of the opening day Trainer Poole says that he has not made up his mind what he will do However it is said that Caviar will not start as he is receiving a special preparation for the Brooklyn Cambrian does not seem fit fitHenry Henry M Zicglfr f Cincinnati is going into the racing business on a bigger scale than heretofore He is after the big rrises of the turf and he thinks his trainer Charley Hughes can send winnersto the post Together with Hughes he spent yesterday looking over the yearlings at Overton H Chenault Spendthrift SCtiaT They are by Hermence Russell etc Mr Ziegler liked the sons and daughters of the two sires so well that henegotiated for the pur ¬ chase of the entire lot about thirty head No deal was closed but it is likely he will hand over about 15000 and take them He wants the colts by Her ¬ mence on account of his son Hermis now owned by him He Eaid yesterday I think Hermis will win the American Derby I stand to win about 30000 if ho does He is as fine as split silk He may be small but he is all race horse Joe Ullman is quoted as saying in regard to the Montgomery Handicap If Waring wins I stand now to lose 28000 Just before leaving Hot Springs I took a bet of 1000 from Harry McKenna and Bob Lloyd at 21 to 1 on the Hildreth horse Should Nitrate win I stand to lose about the same amount as on Waring Albert Simons wanted to bet me 500 on him at 5 to 1 this afternoon but I re ¬ fused it The price is now 4 I have a telegram from Leo Meyer at Hot Springs asking me what I would take on Wax Taper I told him 1000 at 8 to 1 Havent had an answer as to that yet As the book now stands I would lose about 5000 to that horse I would get an even break on Silurian and I would lose to all others of the possible starters with the exception of The Lady and Vulcain How ¬ ever the meeting looks like it is going to be a great one and I stand a good chance to get the book rounded out between now and post time Monday Many horsemen are daily arriving at Memphis Among the latest to reach there are Tom and John Shannon The former came from Kentucky and the latter from Florida Gene Porter who has been wintering at Palm Beach got in Wednesday morning Colonel WE A pplegate and Charles T Waltering have arrived from Louisville Walter ing says that his Oaks candidate Sister Addie is going freely at Churchill Downs and that he figures to have a good chance with her in the star event for threeyearold fillies at Latonia Joe Over meyer got in from San Francisco W H McCorkle owner of Barouche has arrived from Lexington He is pretty sweet on this filly notwithstanding the prevailing opinion that a threeyearold cannot win it and especially a filly Since last Saturday the Kentucky Association track at Lexington Ky has been alive with horses and for the first time since last fall they have been sent along to their full capacity from a quarter to a half mile The track is lightning fast right now and it would require a very heavy rain to make it slow a light shower having only the effect to settle tho dust dustThe The best half mile work done so far was by a two yearoldt filly by Troubadour winner of tho Su ¬ burban Handicap in 18 6 She stepped the distance in 5H seconds Tho threeyearold filly Golden Glitter owned by C W Moore went in 51 seconds The latter is trained by John Bodegap while the owner of the former is Dr Bryan a local veterinar ¬ ian who also owns tho muchtalkedof Troubadour colt now at Memphis in the stable of William Wal ¬ lace laceXThe XThe most impressive work done there this week so far was by tho twoyearold First Chip a chest ¬ nut colt by First Mate Chippie dam of Pine Chip He did a quarter over the hill in 25 seconds under a stout pull all the time He had 120 pounds up and a day after he did three furlongs in 36 seconds He is trained by E L Marders who broke and developed the sensational Endurance by Right He is one of the first of the get of First Mate to race raceOther Other startling time was made this week when a quarter in 231 seconds was negotiated by a Major Richards a twoyearold in Cy Hughes stable This filly only cost that shrewd trainer 65 as a yearling last fall Tho threeyearold filly Ace of Spades a sister to Isabinda worked a like distance in the same time J C Milam worked the twoyearold Wednesday a halfmile in 51i seconds but slio had light weight up Yet so satisfactory was the per ¬ formance to the trainer that all efforts to identify the youngster have so far failed failedThe The strings of Albert Simons and H T Griffin have arrived at Memphis from New Orleans Among the horses were Nitrate and Lord Quex Simons sets great store by Nitrate in the Montgom ¬ ery Handicap and is of tho opinion that tho horse that beats him will carry off the prize The attendance since tho opening of Bennings has been so unusually largo that the club has decided to ncrease its purses On and after today 400 will be the smallest purse contested for This move ¬ ment has met with much satisfaction among the horsemen MTTIJS KOCK POOMNG LITTLE ROCK AEK March 28 Pools on tomor ¬ rows races sold tonight as follows First Race Boundlee 5 field 5 5Second Second Race Duke Dashaway 5 Lady Gallan ¬ try 5 Mauser 3 The Advocate 2 field 3 3Third Third Race Huntressa 5 Father Wenikef 3 Little Jack Homer 2 Hainault 2 Hatfield Ownbey entry 2 field 2 2Fourth Fourth Race W B Gates 5 Nearest 3 Curd Gillock 3 Burrows entry 2 field 1 1Fifth Fifth Race Censor 10 Algie M 5 Loone 3 B G Fox 3 Orleans 2 field 4 4Sixth Sixth Race Cogswell 5 Henry of Trastamare 5 Frank Jones 4 Pay the Fiddler 3 Hutch Miller 2 field 4 Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OP THE TURF At La Belle Farm Lexington Mr W C Whitney has lost by death two valuable yearling thorough ¬ bred fillies by Meddler One was out of Lady Long ¬ fellow a daughter of Longfellow and Ballet while the other was out of tho noted stake maro Auri coma by King Ernest ErnestThe The report that Willio Cay wood had made a con ¬ tract to ride in Russia this year is erroneous Cay wood left for Memphis yesterday morning where he will get himself into shape to ride Tichonors horses Willio is one of tho cleverest riders in America today when in condition Nothing as yet has been heard of Felix Carr Bar ¬ ney Schroibers trainer who disappeared so myster ¬ iously at New Orleans last Saturday night Tho case is now in tho hands of Billy Pinkerton and everything possible is being done to locate tho mis ¬ sing horseman horsemanCaptain Captain Rice who is now racing his string at Littlo Rock when asked whether Akor who is under contract to him would rido his horse in the Montgomery said he fias not as yet decided who will have the mount Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND OAKLAND CAXi March 38 One hundred and twentysixth day Now California Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Joseph A Murphy Starter J J Holtman Racing starts at 210 p m H indicates whip 5 spurs H hood 313O8 FIRST RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31201 FREE LANCE W 104 6 61 51 61 11 1 L Jackson W H Ketchiman 85 21 21 65 31201 EXPEDIENT BS 5 101 3 Si 7 31 31 26 J Ranch P E Smith 34475 31200 SATAN H5H 5101 1 21 3 41 21 31 Fauntloroy Mrs W M Baird 30 30 20 10 31164 BAGDAD H 5 101 7 4i 43 11 41 41 Winslett H L Haskell 10 15 15 6 31256 15311842HARRY FOREST KING S 3 86 8 51 62 7 61 5H Duggan S J Jones 20 60 60 15 311842HARRY THATCHER W 5 107 4 9 8 8 7 61 See W Johnson 7 10 10 4 311843WINDSVARD S 6 1C9 11 11 11 9 9 71 Feary Hennessey Co 6642 31241 CAPTIVATE NH 4 100 5 32 21 1 51 8 83 L Daly P Hildreth 577 31011 BILL BOHMANSON WSH 4102 2 HI 12 2 51 95 Stuart Klunder Burns 12 30 30 12 31200 ROYAL PRIZE H 7 101 10 71 9 10 10 10 Gannon G Pacheco 30 30 20 8 E079j THE ELK fiS 4 97 910 10 11 11 11 Goodyear MrsE Landsberg60 10010040 31216 NEWSGATHERER W 8 101 Ran away Sheehan C P Fink 30 30 30 12 411Winner Time 12Time 241 49J 1 15i 1 411 Winner BabcockWent B h by Cavalier Lady Alice by Babcock Went to post at 215 At post 3 minutes Start straggling Won driving second easily Free Lance was skillfully handled ran a good race and finished strongly Jackson outfini shed Ranch on Exped ¬ ient The latter showed much improvement and made up much ground Satan also showed improved speed and stamina Bagdad tired in the stretch after making a fast move on the turn Forest King Closed a big gap Windward had no chance at the start but made up twenty lengths on the leaders Captivate went well for six furlongs Overweights Harry Thatcher 1 pound Bill Bbhmanson 5 Free Lance show 3 to 5 Expedient show 7 to 10 Satan show 6 to 1 Windward show evens O OI QC OrQ Q SECOND RACE 13 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30556 W J DICKEY 113 3 3312402HONITON lu in in J Ranch LABlasmgame 60 60 6 3 5311832ESCAROLA 312402HONITON W 110 5 221 23 24 J Mathews W OB AlDonough75 85 85 35 311832ESCAROLA M 110 4 31 33 35 Bozeman E J Baldwin Co 3 5585 31202 THE FORUM ft 113 6 71 41 41 Vickery ElmwoodFarm 7 15 12 5 31240 GOLD VAN W 113 1 51 51 51 L Jackson G B Morris 6772 31202 KATANGA W5 107 2 30303 PRINCE EUGENE US 5 113 8 41 71 71 L Daly M Allman 15 30 30 10 31146 FIRE 7SABINAL 20SABINAL DANCE W 109 7 81 83 8 Conley Papinta 10 60 60 20 10J 40J SABINAL 113 10 9 9 93 Winslett G W Scott 50 100 100 40 J T S W 113 9 10 10 10 See E Gaines 7 30 30 12 48iWinner Time 12Time 12 24t 48i Winner Ch c by Wernberg Young Futurity Went to post at 243 At post 3 minutes Start fair Won driving second easily W J Dickey took the lead at the start and was qaickly joined by Honiton and they raced head and head through ¬ out Tho winner being better handled outgamed the filly at the end and ran a fine race Honiton ran to her best form Of tho others which were palpably outclassed Escarola finished well The Forum had no chance at the start and was poorly ridden Gold Van big and clumsy broke slowly but ran fairly well Katanga eased up at the end ran like a stayer but was interfered with at tho start and could have been closer up Scratched 30925 Horatius 113 31129 Prestolus 105 Overweights 105Overweights Katanga 2 pounds Fire Dance 4 W J Dickey show 7 to 5 Honiton show 1 to 3 Escarola show 4 to 5 O I O I i THIRD RACE 5 13 Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds Selling Ind Horses A Wt St Vz 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 311652LASS OF LANGDEN W 109 3 12 is 16 iG Jackson C Lind 45 45 35 13 31182 AXMINSTER US 112 11 8 RandallSH 2 = 21 2U Flick W D Randall 8 10 10 4 31182 YESULA W 109 6 SH 51 31 31 Conley J C Nealon 34465 312393 JENNIE HUGHES BSD 107 5 41 61 51 42 Howson R Hughes 15 30 30 10 31165 CATHELLO flS 107 4 7 7 62 53 Winslett J L Clayton Co 15 30 30 10 31062 BLACKTHORN W 112 9 9 8 7 61 J Ranch BurnsWaterhseS 15 15 5 30158 SAN LUTION W5 5 109 2 SH 41 41 72 Sea J Wilson 10 30 30 S 31062 MYRIAD DANCER fi 109 10 10 9 8 8 Troxler Papinta 30 60 60 20 30593 SATCHEL flf 107 8 11 10 10 91 Bozeman B Schreiber 10 15 15 5 31239 FLITTING ft 107 1 2 SH 9 10 Fauntleroy J D Lucas 12 20 20 8 30141 SIR TOM TIDDLER US S 112 7 61 Fell L Daly M J Daly 30 30 20 8 8Time Time 24 49 108 Winner LangdenWent 108Winner B f by St Carlo Countess Langden Went to post at 310 At 3 minutes post Start straggling Won in a canter second easily Lass of Langden outclassed the field She assumed a commanding lead in the first furlong and nothing got near her Sho was pulling up in the stretch Axminster nearly left raced into prominence on ever tho extreme outside and although badly managed at the end was an easy second Yrsula off badly and repeatedly interfered with closed up strongly under a bad looking ride Jennie Hughes was incapably ridden but finished fast Cdthello was going well at tho end Blackthorn is ordinary very Flitting was hustled off her stride in chasing the winner and tired badly in tho stretch Sir Tom Tiddler fell on the far turn turnScratched Scratched 31164 George Clark 109 poundsLass Overweights 109Overweights Yrsula 2 pounds Lass of Laugden show out Axminstor show 2 to 1 Yrsula show 3 to 59 t I J I I FOURTH RACE 1 18 Miles Purse tOO 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St St H 1A StrFiii Jockeys Owners O H C P 31204 ARTILLA W 5 103 1 4 4 4 4 4 HI Stuart C W Carroll 3 16516535 3116SHOUTON W 6108 3 2n 2 3i 31 3 2H J Ranch J McGovern 454571014 31258 ICOJIRFORSTERB 3 98 4 31 32 2 1 lu 3i L Daly JF Schorr 4772 31150 PICADOR RS 4104 2 11 12 HI 21 21 4 L Jackson T II Stevens 8 13 13 3 31242 DIDEROT ft 4 103 Left at the post Fauntloroy J P Atkin 12 20 20 4 56Winner Time 265 521 1 16i 1 44i 1 56 TowersWeut Winner Br m by Artillery Duchess of Towers Weut to post at 336 At post 1 minute Start good for all except Diderot Won easily second the same Artilla trailed along behind tho slow pace to tho stretch turn where she went to tho front with ease and won going away and was easily best Horton as well as tho winner suffered from the alow pace sot and was outspnnted in the last quarter Commissioner Forstor tired and seems to be stayer except in mud Picador is a rater and is in great form but was at a disadvantage in making a non tho pace which was necessarily slow Artilla show out Horton show out Commissioner Forster show 4 to 5 CONTINUED ON EIFTH PAGE OAKLAND FORM CHARTCONTINUED FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt 5t StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31130BEAU ORMONDE W 4 110 4 1H 12 12 1 Troxler WOBMacdonough2 13513545 312613 HEAD WATER W 6 107 1 311 2H 21 2J J Mathows H L Jones Cb 75 75131012 75131012311493SEA 311493SEA QUEEN W5 6 105 2 21 42 32 31 Stuart J A Lewie 3 41 41 1 1312413FEBRUARY 312413FEBRUARY N5N 8 106 5 55 4H 45 Howson J S Gibson 10 16 16 4 31219 DUCKOY 1 5 112 3 4H SB 5 5 L Jackson G B Morris 4 10 10 3 3Time Time 12 241491131 241491131Winner Winner Br g by Ormonde Miss Brummel BrummelWent Went to post at 4 00 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second the same Beau Ormonde was waited with for the first furlong with good results On the somewhat slow pace he suddenly moved into a long and winning lead although he was mildly driving at the end to stall off Headwater The latter under a weak finish closed up very strong in the final furlong Sea Queen went well throughout and finished stoutly February poorly ridden and off badly closed a tremendous gap Duckoy as was to be expected failed to stay on a fast track He will probably improve though over this showing showingOverweights Overweights February 1 pound poundBeau Beau Ormondo show 1 to 3 Hoadwater show out Spa QuflPn show 2 to 5 SIXTH KACJi 1 iUiic f urso iUU 3yearolds and upward selling 31313 A Wt St M Vi Strbiu Jockeys O Jl O f 31257 CAPTAIN GA1NES US r 104 4 22 21 2 1 J Alathews W G Matliews 10 10 4 312142COUGAR JUS 4105 8 51 32 34 31 1 1 L Jackson Elmwood Farm 8511511545 31199 SAN VENADO HS 7 109 6 11 1H HI 11 3 Conley T T Rector 12 30 30 10 31204 JOHN MGURK BSD 4 102 7 7 7 5 53 41 Trosler H E Rowell 4 4 31 65 65312213EL 312213EL MIDO BS 6 111 2 41 4 41 41 51 L Daly J S Campbell 4883 31957 TUFTS W5 3 93 9 9 9 7 7 60 Winslett C W Chappell 10 10 6 2 31184 BILLY LYONS BS 4 107 388887 Kelly J B Bortano 20 40 40 15 31258 MATILDA O B 4 95 1 61 61 6 GH 81 Butler H C Ahlers 15 40 40 15 153194i 3194i DECOY W 5 106 5 3n 5 9 9 9 J Ranch G Miller 5 5 41 85 Time 25 49 1 15 1 401 401Winner Winner B h by Deceiver Eugenie EugenieWent Went to post at i 23 At post 1 minute Start fair Won easily second driving Captain Gaines waited well in hand in second place and came away with ease when called on in the stretch Cougar off weak jockey Decoy is in poor form formScratched Scratched 31201 Einstein 101 31184 Invictus 97 97Overweights Overweights San Venado 5 pounds poundsCaptain Captain Gaines show 2 to 1 Cougar show 1 to 2 San Venado show 5 to 1 John McGurk Page  DAILYBACMif ISSUED EVERY DAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OP 7 THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB JEDITOE AND PBOPEIBTOE F H BRUTJELL BRUTJELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOR CLECTON C BIIEX BIIEXSECRETARY SECRETARY MBS F H BBUNELL Bvtorsd in the Post Office afc Chicago as second class matter DAILY HACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph COPYRIGHTED t red according to Act Of Congress in the year 1902 by Frank H Branell in the olnco of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C CI I Tilt chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FOHM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will bo keenly pro tflctedf 124196 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO ILLINOIS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS TERMS TERMSP Month 125 125Half P r Half Year One Year 1400 1400Tk Tk above rates are for 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CHARLESTON FORM CHAELESTON S C March 28Tho form of Saturdays Charleston fields is First RaceBarney F St Bishop Gratia Second RaceOnomastus Pudge Grace Wilson Third RaceCertain Frank B Lady Aintree Fourth Race Bettie B II Corder II Samivel Fifth Race Tambourine II Latch String Intent Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race 4 18 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Selling Wt Wt81262Barney Age Ind Horses 81262Barney F iins 30341 Lucy ins lin R D lUo oiofltr r dl OD i oiia K 108 ftQ ftQSirnVGratia SirnVGratia 1136 Sackhen I1 3 97 1294 St Bishop 3 9 31246FanmeKnox Second R ce 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Soiling Soiling3126320nomastus 3126320nomastus 6 113 700 31317 Laroquoise 7 110 670 31293 Joe Gammago 6110 670 67031119Capitolia 31119Capitolia 6 108 685 31314 Tava Harris 8 108 665 31294 Vince 4 107 665 66531314Lauras 31314Lauras First 4 105 680 31314 Grace Wilson 4 105 690 690313142Qhio 313142Qhio King 3 99 675 31034 Clarris 3 94 680 680312462Pudge 312462Pudge 3 94 695 31318 Rosie R 3 94 675 675Third Third Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 31264 Certain 5 105 700 700312473FrankB 312473FrankB 9 105 695 31264 Lady Aintreo 5 105 690 690312643Sir 312643Sir Kenneth 6 105 685 685312952QueenL 312952QueenL 6 101 680 680313163Deadly 313163Deadly Night Shade 3 93 675 675Fourth Fourth Race 58 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling312473Bettie 312473Bettie B II 7 102 700 70031034Passaic 31034Passaic 6 101 6S5 30261 Dandie Belle 4 100 675 31172 Welsh Girl 4 S9 680 680311913CorderII 311913CorderII 7 98 695 31295 Samivel 7 90 690 690Fifth Fifth Race 412 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling31188Vcntoro 31188Vcntoro 6 110 BSO BSO3120SLake 3120SLake Fonso 6 108 685 31291 Glad Hand 6 108 675 675312492Lady 312492Lady Hayman 4 104 675 31173 Grace 6 102 670 670313162Intent 313162Intent 5 102 690 690310332Tambourine 310332Tambourine II 3 92 700 31295 Latch String 3 92 695 Washington Form. WASHINGTON FORM FORMWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C March 28 The form of Saturdays Washington fields is First Race King Barleycorn or Alack Man oWar Cormorant CormorantSecond Second Race Morca First Chord Toscan ToscanThird Third Race Farrell Mango Prince Plausible PlausibleFourth Fourth Race The Hoyden Carroll D Inkling InklingFifth Fifth Race Locket The Rogue Dr Korber KorberSixth Sixth Race Charley Moore Woodtrice Ohnet Washington Entries. WASHINGTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather wet track heavy Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Rac 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp31302Cormorant 31302Cormorant 6 120 715 29529 Cheval dOr 5 120 705 31236 Hampshire 4 118 700 700313043Princess 313043Princess Otillie 4 113 690 690312832King 312832King Barleycorn 6 112 725 31281 Man oWar 3 101 715 29606 Batyah 3 96 715 715312702Alack 312702Alack 3 91 720 720Second Second Race 4 13 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp312342First 312342First Chord 110 740 740312343Toscan 312343Toscan 110 735 735312683Money 312683Money Lender 110 730 31268 Prince Hoadley 110 725 72531234Morca 31234Morca 110 750 750Charlotte Charlotte Newman b f by Gov ¬ ernor Foraker Sibyl II by byLelapa Lelapa 107 Third Ra e 1 13 Miles MilesOver Over 6 hurdles 4yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances Ind Horses Age Wt I 29529 ChovaldOr 5 154 285592Prince Plausible 6 151 313073fFarr ll 7 151 31238 Hop Scotch 6 151 31269 Tamarin 5 150 31284 Mango 6 147 27614 Silent Friend 5 147 31237 Idle Ways 4 140 29481 J A Warner 4 137 31284 The Bluecoat 4 137 3128tfWater Alone 4 135 fMrs R Bradley entry Fourth Race 34 MlleI 3yearolds Allowances 312813Carroll D 119 31281 Trump 116 31233 Rightaway Ill 312363The Hoyden Ill 31271 2Rendezvous 101 31302 Flo Russell 101 312842Inkling 101 Fifth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling312792Gold 312792Gold Fox 6 112 312832King Barleycorn 6109 29369 Rough Rider 5 107 31284VWater Alone 4 105 31233 Thermos 5 105 312723Flara 4 101 31279 The Rogue 4 101 312722Filibustor 8 100 31271Dr Korber C1CO 30830Gray Morn 4 98 31103 Beggar Lady 4 98 312793Lockot 3 92 31237VIlluminate 3 90 29519 Playlike 3 86 31279 Astery 3 84 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards 3yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap31236Himself 31236Himself 4 126 29387 Orontas 5 125 313072Lou Rey 6 121 31306Charley Moore 5 118 312692 Woodtrico 5 116 31236 Ohnet 5 115 312693Lamp oLeo 4 115 29606 Batyah 3 110 31105 Philma Paxton 4 107 312822Fonsolnca 3 102 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM OAKLAND CAL March 28 The form of Satur ¬ days Oakland fields is isFirst First Race Free Lance Phil Archibald Irate IrateSecond Second Race High Chancellor Sylvia Talbot Arabo AraboThird Third Race School for Scandal Limelight Sil ¬ ver Fizz FizzFourth Fourth Race The Giver Homestead Water Scratch ScratchFifth Fifth Race The Pride Hilee Glendenning GlendenningSixth Sixth Race Illowaho Prestano Vassalo Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Sellinglad lad Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp3130SFree 3130SFree Lance 8 114 725 725311642Ned 311642Ned Dennis 5 Ill 710 30189 Meadow Lark 10 Ill 700 31046 Nilgar 6 111 715 71531046Phil 31046Phil Archibald 4 110 720 31014 The Gaffer 4 107 705 30578 Bob Palmer 4 107 700 31201 Irate 4 105 715 715Second Second Race 13 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color BOX pedigree Wt Hdep Hdep31240Sylvia 31240Sylvia Talbot 115 740 309952 High Chancellor 113 750 31218 Arabo 113 735 735312403Lizzie 312403Lizzie Rice 110 730 31240 Alsono 110 735 735Levant Levant b c by Oddfellow La LaBocca Bocca 108 31240 Secco 105 700 700Third Third Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp311673School 311673School for Scandal 4 107 725 7253122HLimelight 3122HLimelight 6 106 720 29936 Porous 3 105 705 31164 Silver Fizz 5 104 715 715312162Lief 312162Lief Prince 4 104 710 710312873Morengo 312873Morengo 6 104 695 30248 St Rica 4 103 700 30437 Novia 7 102 715 30911 The Hoodoo 4 101 690 690312163E1 312163E1 Pilar 3 101 705 705308893Inocencia 308893Inocencia 3 98 710 30854 Dawson 3 90 700 700Fourth Fourth Race 1 18 Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds The Pacific Union Handicap Value 2000 200031101Homcstead 31101Homcstead 125 740 74031219Water 31219Water Scratch 107 735 73531288The 31288The Giver 107 750 75031256Royalty 31256Royalty 93 730 730Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling303273Frank 303273Frank Bell 6 116 735 735312193Sly 312193Sly 8 110 730 25660 Ellis Glenn 4 110 675 67531261Hileo 31261Hileo 6 106 740 31082 The Pride 6 106 750 25630 Intreoido 4 103 690 31258 Slap Dash 4 103 700 70031147Princess 31147Princess Titania 4 101 725 29865 Glendenning 3 100 735 30339 Milas 3 99 730 730312572John 312572John Peters 3 97 715 71530369Moabina 30369Moabina 3 90 725 725Sixth Sixth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds Selling 31221 Lento 110 700 31256 Illowaho 110 725 31164 Legal Maxim 107 710 710311992Prestano 311992Prestano 107 720 720312563Vassalo 312563Vassalo 107 715 31185 Pirate Maid 105 705 31256 Dwight Way 94 715 REYNOLDS CO 72 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Daiy2 LASS OF LANGDEN PLACE Free lance Artilla Beau Ormonde Ormondewere were our best bets yesterday at Oakland OaklandSATURDAY SATURDAYwe SATURDAY we will give our clients two of the biggest biggestcinches cinches of the meeting The odds will be 6 to 1 1or or better Today we have two more royal good goodthings things at Little Rock that will win galloping gallopingOur Our correspondents at Memphis write us that thatthey they will send us four good ones Monday MondayThe The Best of Reliable Information Informationby by Wire from Our Experts Dally DallyHOT HOT SPRINGS OFFICES 8 COURT ST 300 Weekly Wired at IO am OLEARYSFDTDRE 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 HALSTED 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 Estimated Value SSJ S 1 00000 Tickets SI 00 Each EachFor For entries circulars and full particulars address addresshe he Kentucky Mutual Sweepstakes Association AssociationMILTON MILTON YOUNG MANAGER LEXINGTON KY KYReference Reference L xiifrtnn City National Bank Race Track Information Bureau BureauSUITE SUITE 500 263269 DEARBORN ST TELEPHONE HARRISON 3689 3689RATES RATES 100 DAILY 400 SIX DAYS SELECTIONS AND SPECIALS SPECIALSErmack Ermack 30i Braw lad Lady Curzon Schwalbe Censor Elizabeth ElizabethMoan Moan Mda Charley Moore All Saints Beau Ormonde OrmondeLass Lass of Langden Cougar Cougarwere were our winners Friday ERMACK 30 to 1 was our extra special ran second We advised all clients to play ERMACK STRAIGHT AND PLACE Only an accident beat him himSATURDAYTODAYOur SATURDAYTODAYOur 15 to 1 Getaway Day Good Thing Thingstarts starts at Little Rock and we think it is a sure winner winnerMemphis Memphis Races Begin Monday Waring is a Sure Winner of the Montgomery Handicap HandicapPlunge Plunge for the limit on him This means at least fifty dollars Our advice is if you have more bet it you will never regret it Our track watchers have been at Memphis for two weeks and know every move that Waring has made THIS INFORMATION IS FREE and we advise all old as well as new clients to take advantage of it itFORM FORM LETTER HANDICAP ON ALL RAGES ON SALE AT 9 AM AMAlso Also solid at cigar store rotunda Adams Express Building 183 Dearborn St Kolmans cigar store 267 Dearborn St news stand northeast corner Van Buren and Dearborn Sts 0 AnintlMn 3 DAXS AT MEMPHIS ATiiMl ill II II 1 J I I I II An exceptional opportunity open to all Turf I I I 1 I al fm I I n I B I 1 1 I Speculators desirous1 of obtaining THREE I Ml I WllwUJUll good Live Ones coming oil 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 id have shown such a remarkable burst of speed it has been decided to Coup THE FIRST CRACK JT 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 IVrill 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 PUDDIN is in the eating Address AddressExTrainer ExTrainer C H James P O Box 122 Memphis Tenn TO DIXY We have f OUR GOOD THINGS that you can stand a tap on I guarantee them all allA A 44 v4hitf M have the winner of the Montgomery Handicap J ii S Vfcfc n VI un also Memphis and Louisville Derbys All private MltCOrl WlOFl workouts like Lord Quex and Vassal Dance Dance we gave for place only I am confident of the vrin ner of each stake in fact past twelve years NEVER missed either 2 each or 3 for the three stakes stakesCOL COL J C WOOTEHS MOB BUNCOBBONCHO INFORMATION CO 94 LINCOLN AVE Tel 3031 Dearborn On sale at 192 B Clark St and news boy southeast corner Clark and Madison Sts Page  Washington Form Chart. WASHINGTON FORM CHART CHARTWASHINGTON WASHINGTON I C March 28 Fourth day Washington Jockey Club Spring Meeting MeetingWeatlior Weatlior vet track muddy Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 3 00 p m W indicates whip 5 spurs H hood 31302 FIRST RACE C 12 Furlongs 300 added 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St 1A M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P I 31270ELIZABETH MOAN M I 102 3 13 13 13 13 Booker F Lowe 85 85 45 25 29553 CORMORANT W 6 109 5 2H 23 23 22 Odom FJKittlemanCo 3 5 41 2 2296033GWYNNE 296033GWYNNE WH 5 104 4 45 SH 32 3t Wonderly Gibson Co 5 10 10 3 26990NINONIA W 4 96 7 71071055 45 Shea GF Johnson 50 50 30 10 10312703IMPERIALIST 312703IMPERIALIST W 5 110 2 3n 4 4H 5 T Burns J E Lane 4772 22450 ALBERT ENRIGHT W 4 107 1 52 52 5n 6 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 12 40 30 8 31267FRIVOL W 3 84 6 6 6 7 712 D OConnorP S P Randolph 10 20 15 6 31237 FLO RUSSELL WSH 3 109 8 8888 Blake FAGRHanbySO 60 40 15 Apprentice allowance Time 11 23 1 11 Winner 11Winner B f by Kingston Oneida OneidaWent Went to post at 3 00 At post 6 minutes Start fair Won easily second the same Elizabeth Moan revelled in the going showed her usual speed and got away flying She began to tire after going nearly five furlongs and Booker had to hustle her to keep her going and she was all out at the end Cormorant showed up well was speedy and at home in the sloppy mud and Odom rode him hard Gwynne could have been closer up but Wonderly did not persevere when he saw he could not secure second place Ninonia began slowly and was outrun in the first part of the race but closed up with a rush in the stretch and was gaining at the end Imperialist floundered in the mud Burns was hard at work on him all the way wayScratched Scratched 31238Rightaway 104 31270 Thad 104 29627 Leslie Bruce 101 31157 Mistress 101 24288 Termless 101 312675Obliged 96 294772Tax Man 94 3l2702Alack 94 29606 Happy 84 312673Rona 84 Overweights Elizabeth Moan 1 pound Albert Enrightj 4 4Elizabeth Elizabeth Moan show out Cormora 313O3 SECOf SECOND RACE 12 Mile 100 added 2yearolds Maidens Fillies Allowances A Wt St M 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P BLUE DELFT 31234 MDA MDAMEXICANA 5882MEXICANA W 106 1 12 11 2 Blake G W Cook 5882 MEXICANA W 105 4 31 31 3 Booker F Frisbie 15 25 25 6 ALLIE T T VIOLET r T rm I0g 5 2a 44 45 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 20 20 7 2 ADELE HARDING 105 6 51 51 53 King GB Walters 20 50 30 8 MARY MILDEN W 105 2 6 6 6 J Daly Mrs E Beckett 21 8 8 3 52Winner Time 12 37 52 Winner MWent Ch f by Ornament Mary M Went to post at 3 35 At post 3 minutes Start poor Won ridden out second easily Blue Delft is a small filly but she displayed speed and great gameness She had a couple of lengths the worst of the sendoff and had to be hard ridden to get up After that she held her own under a hard ride and had something in reserve at the end Mda showed a good turn of speed in the mud and her race was quite an improvement over her previous effort Mexicana hustled all the way was the best of the others Allie Violet was used up in the first quarter in an effort to makeup ground lost at the start Adelo Harding had no chance with her start Mary Milden performed poorly Scratched 31234 Frocks and Frills 105 Overweights Mda 1 pound Allie Violet 3 Mda show 3 to 5 Mexicana show 2 to 1 31304 THIRD RACE 34 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St S StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 29578 EARLY EVE W 3 99 1 12 12 12 Wonderly J E Gardner 85 21 85 25 31233 RED DAMSEL m 3 104 2 2H 2H 23 28 T Burns Columbia Stable 45 1 710out 31233 PRINCESS OTILLIE BH 4 104 3 3333 Odom R J Lyles 6 12 12 75 118Winner Time 75Time 12 25 37 118 Winner Ch f by Horogcope The Gloaming Went to post at 355 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second easily The race was a procession throughout Early Eve off in her stride liked the going and set a merry clip for a half mile She then began to tire and Wonderly had to ride her hard to keep the lead Red Damsel ran a good game race and gained ground in the last eighth under the whip but could not get up Princess Otillie was eighthScratched outrun to the stretch and was eased up in the final eighth Scratched 29084 Donna Honora 94 31305 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile 300 added 3yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M Vs 3A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P ODDS AND ENDS 112 6 7 41 2H 22 Miles W C Daly 10 10 8 3 312672HIGH CARNIVAL 107 2 2U 2u SH 3 MHendrsnS B Taylor 21 4 4 75 31237 10010030312373QAYHILDA FOXY CURLY 109 3 3H 3 41 42 J Daly KensingtonStable 30 10010030 312373QAYHILDA HI 107 9 6H SH 51 51 T Burns J E Lane 2331 29332 BUCK LODGE W 109 4 51 61 62 6 Odom Gibson Co 10 15 10 4 29627 THE BANDIT W 107 1 1 711 73 7 Hicks C Barker 15 20 20 8 31270 SUNNY PORT M 108 8 888 82 Brennan F A G R HanbylO 30 20 8 31237 ED FLOURNOY HSU 109 7 9999 Blake R J Lyles 40 100 100 30 Time 30Time 12 24 51 1 19 Winner 19Winner DunbarWent Ch c by July Lizzie Dunbar Went to post at 4 20 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second tthe same Justice made a show of his opponents Off none too well ho ran through the field in the first quarter and was going away at the end Odds and Ends had a rough journey but made up ground under a drive and was easily the best of the others High Carnival away flying was used up in racing in front but held on well in the stretch and fought it out for third money just lasting long ciiouch Foxy Curly was under punish ¬ ment through the last quarter Gayhilda closed a big gap from a poor beginning The Bandit showed a flash quitScratched of speed then quit Scratched 29084 Donna Honora 107 Silver Trinket 107 poundJustice Overweights 107Overweights Sunny Port 1 pound Justice show 2 to 5 Odds and Ends show 8 to 5 High Carnival show 7 to 10 Gayhilda show 2 to 5 O l Q 3 FIFTH RACE 78 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31233JCHARLEY MOORE W 5112 1 1 1 11 1H 1H T Burns T F Coles 45 451120 out 312711CAITHNESS out312711CAITHNESS H 3 91 3 2 26 2 26 212 Shea Goughacres Stable21 551 31139 LAC US 3 97 5 510 4 38 310 310 Rice T E Mannix Co 20 50 40 10 29553 JACK MGINN W 4 113 6 6 6 6 41 45 Blake J E Gardner 6 20 15 5 29578 SWAMPLANDS W 3 96 4 3 SH 41 511 55 Creamer W C Daly 7 10 41 1 29360 GINKI WH 4 110 2 41 5 5u 6 6 McNichols Philip Manes 20 100 50 15 Time 15Time 12 25 37 49 6 1 31 Winner 31Winner B g by Eon Lady Grace GraceWent Went to post at 4 45 At post 3 minutes Start fair Won easily second the same Charley Moore and Caithness had the race between them all the way The former was a wild horse and raced Caithness into submission in the first five furlongs drawing away and winning well in hand Caithness held on gamely under the whip but had no chance to catch the leader Lac ran a fair race but was outclassed and will do in poorer company Jack McGinn badly outrun in the first part made up some ground in the earlyScratched stretch Swamplands weakened early Scratched 31238 Rightaway 98 312723Flara 108 31237Illuminate 93 93Overweights Overweights Lac 1 pound poundCaithness Caithness show 2 to 5 Lac show 21 to 1 3130 7 SIXTH Selling RACE 1 Mile ami 7O Yards 400 added 3yearolds and upward Ind Horses A Wt St M 1A H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31269ALL SAINTS HI 4 109 1 11 In li 12 13 T Burns J E Lane 65 65 1 out 31272VLOU out31272VLOU REY WH 6 120 2 4 3i 32 21 2 Odom W W Lyles Co 1 85 85 25 25312383FARRELL 312383FARRELL W 7 107 3 2 4 4 4 31 Booker Mrs R Bradley 3761 29582CHERISHED 376129582CHERISHED BH 4 96 4 31 2 2 31 4 MHendson O L Richards 20 20 20 3 Apprentice allowance Timet 13 26 52 1 18J 1 47 1 52 Winner B f by St Saviour St Cypria CypriaWent Went 19 post at 5 10 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second driving All Saints raced Cherished into submission then drew away and had plenty to spare at the end Lou Rey was over ¬ weighted He was skillfully handled but tired badly in the last sixteenth after closing up with a rush However he stood a drive and outgamed Farrell at the end Farrell made up ground in the stretch and was gaining slowly at the finish and would have been second in a few more strides Cherished used up early in the struggle was next to the rail in deep going when in the stretch and tired badly but ran a good race and will be worth watching watchingScratched Scratched 312822FonBoluca 100 31271 2Rendezvous 84 Lou Bey show out Farrell show out Little Rock Form Chart. LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART CHARTMTTIE MTTIE ROCK ATCK March 28 Fifth MeetingWeather day Arkansas Jockey Club Spring Meeting Weather showery track muddy Presiding Judge H C Bateman Starter A B Dade Racing starts at 230 p m K indicates whip spurs H hood Q TQ FIRST RACE34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling A Wt St V4 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31163 PILLARDIST V5 5 94 1 23 12 iu is Helgeson J C Powers 65 6 5 65 12 31277 ERMACK W 3 94 6 3 2 21 23 W Waldo W L Lansing 30 30 10 4 31227 JOE COLLINS WS 4 102 4 51 41 SM = 3 Otis J Arthur 32 85 85 12 31227 JUNAETTA ftS 6 108 2 61 7 7 4 Ellis T Killeen Co 20 20 20 8 31230 PINE CHIP W5 4 HO 7 71 5 5 51 Coburn Graves Innes 22235 31255 TERRALENE WS 5 103 5 4 6 611 66 Davisson J U Strode 15 15 15 6 29379 ALICE HOP W5 3 94 3 INK 31 42 710 Earle B O Kennedy 50 50 50 15 31250 ALVALENA JJS 5 108 8 8888 Durban McCoy Bennett 100 100 100 30 30Time Time 251 52 1 20 Winner 20Winner Ch g by Pillarist Miss Vanderbilt Went to post at 2 35 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Pillardist was at home in the going raced Alice Hop into submission in the first quarter and came away without much effort when called on Ermack ran woll throughout and was easily the best of the others Joe Collins was driving to the limit at the end to stall off Junaetta The latter was off tangled up and made up much poorlyScratched ground Pine Chip ran poorly Scratched 31230 Frank Pearco 110 31227 Amoroso 108 108C9rrected C9rrected weights Joe Collins 102 Pillardist 94 94Pillardist Pillardist show out Ermack show 2 to 1 Joe Collins show out Pine Chip show out 1 Q rr SECOND RACE5 12 Furlongs Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Ind Horses A Wt St Yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31210BRAV LAD m 8 115 3 2 IH li 12 Lyne J O Keene 1 31251CURD GILLOCK ft 4 112 1 In 21 22 2H Dominick R R Rice 2 21 21 T 1 31251 TENNY BELLE R 4 106 2 31 J 3 31 33 Boll Hughes Elliott 6 8 8 t 31232 SIR KINGSTON fll 5 107 7 4 55 4H 41 W Waldo Ms R L Roges 4 10 10 3 31251 JOHN G FORD 5 104 4 52 4 53 52 J Woods Duffv Behan 8 10 10 31251 ST WOOD Kg 6115 5 6 d 6 62 Coburn WS Laird 4 5465 31278 INCIDENTAL H 7 104 6 7 7 77 Lindsay W L Thompson 1030308 Time 1030308Time 24 51 1 03 1 12 12Winner I Winner BeautyWent Br h by Eolus Brown Beauty Went to post at 303 At post 16 minutes Start fair Won easily second the same BrawLadwas favored by the going took command early without much effort and was never fully extended Curd Gillock did his best and tired in the run home and had to bo ridden out to stall off Tenny Belle The latter came wide at the stretch turn and finished fast in the best going It was a three horse race all the way wayScratched Scratched 3125C iRagnarok II 109 312773Small Jack 103 26005 Octo 91 31229 Marie Tryon 86 86Overweights Overweights poundsCurd Sir Kingston 3 pounds Curd Gillock show out Tenny Belle show evens St Wood show out 31298 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward SellingT Ind Horses A Wt St Vz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 1H 23 in IH Coburn Cole Co 71071012 out SH 3 3 21 L Smith P J Miles 33 2 35 31212 SALINDA W 7 108 6 4 4i 61 62 311 Bell J K Hurfu 10 12 V 12 4 31251 MAGGIE CLOPTON W 3 94 4 2H IH 2H 41 W Waldo W W Finn 3 4 441 4 i 29788 TEUCER W 7 113 8 7 51 41 51 Dominick WWOHaraCo6 8 8 31255 SIREN SONG M 5 108 3 32 41 5 6 = Lyne E M Jackson 1 30 I 10 31255 HUTCH MILLER BS 4 107 9 61 7 7 7 Lindsay Curry La Flore 10 15 15 6 31230 GEO H KETCtlAM W 8 110 2 8888 Singleton Fr d Kraft 7 7 7 24 27294 BANDROL US 3 94 7 ITime 9999 Earle R R Rice io 20 0 I Time 25J 511 1 19 Winner 19Winner B f by Prime Minister Octa Reed ReedWent Went to post at 338 At post 8 minutes Start poor Won driving second handily Lady Curzon raced Maggie Clopton into submission in the first fiveeighths but was driving to the limit at the end to stall off Cogswell The latter ran on the extreme outside on the stretch turn and finished strongly and would have won in another stride Salmda came fast through the stretch TeuCer and Hutch Miller = i iScratched were practically left The former closed a big sap afterwards v Scratched 31250George B Cox 113 113Corrected Corrected weights Bandrol 94 94Cogswell Cogswell show out Salinda show 2 to 1 Maggie Clopton show 1 to 3 31299 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds selling Ind Horses A Wt St 54 2 StrFin Jockeys uwiiors o It G V 31212SCHWALBE 1V5 105 1 In in n n Singleton 15 tchreihiTr TT 312513HARRY WILSON W 107 3 4 3H 32 23 J Woods J wSrr r 5 C SrRFSPFNT f I f f S WMcLomiro 0 V 6 I 3127 CHhaGhftJ PTTY 101 10 4 2K 22 21 4 Otis UCKuili R n n A 312292CADET W 101 Left at the post W Waldo GCBcULCtt 5 G 32 Time 32Time 251 Sli 1 18J Winner Br f by Sain Gratitude GratitudeWent Went to post at 4 09 At post 30 minutes Start poor Won handily second casilv Schwalbe at home in the going and best but was ridden out in the last furlong to tall oil llarrv ViWn J ho was lat ¬ ter ran well and was easily the best of the others Trio finished well Crescent City came to tl outside lasSUDSLltUtGQ at the stretch turn Meade on Cadet was kicked on the leg while ut the pott aud WaUc eex remo ni nilas las SUDSLltUtGQ SUDSLltUtGQTrio Trio show 3 to 2 31300 FIFTH RACK7 8 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds aud upward Allovanced7 Ind Horses A Wt at M H StrFin Jockeys Owlieri H C P 312322CENSOR W 4 108 6 31 li 12 11 H Lyne J S Kotlirt 12 12 12 out 312782IDA PENZANCE W 4 98 4 21 23 22 23 2 Helgeson W Weir Co 7D 2 2 35 31274 PRUE WOOD B 4 103 1 51 6 3H 32 35 Lindsay J J McAlester G 8 2 31212SYNCO SANDY W 4 ICO 56 51 41 43 42 Otis P Kuykcndall 10 10 7 2 31254 LOVABLE W 5 106 3 41 41 53 52 52 Singleton G Rowo 4 f fi U 31215 AVATAR W 5 108 2 2 3 666 McGuire T D Sullivan 10 15 13 1 Apprentice allowance Time 251 511 1 19i 1 32i Winner 32iWinner VeronicaWent Ch c by Hermence Veronica Went to post at 4 59 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the Censor much the best always held his field safe and was never in trouble at any part of the same journey Ida Peii was last zance was as easily second best Prue Wood began slowly and made up a lot of ground but tired in the furlongScratched furlong Scratched 31251 Miss Conrad 106 31277Hengist 105 Corrected 105Corrected weights Lovable 106 106Ida Ida Penzance show out Prue Wood show 4 to 5 O J O f l SIXTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M J JS StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H C P 312313ALGIE M W 4 91 4 45 31 32 22 1 Helgeson W Weir 222 710 312772B G FOX EM JS 2 25 23 In 21 Otis DPRqdgers 1 65 65 12 Time 26 521119 1161 Winner Ch f by Albert Johnetta Went t9 post at 525 At post 12 minutes Start good Won easily second handily Algio M to the outside at the stretch turn fast came came through the stretch and was going away at the end B G FT was used up chasing H L Coleman and tired in the last quarter Pay the Fiddler as usual fin id very strongly H L Coleman ran well to the stretch when he tired and quit badly Scratched 302193Monos 110 Overweights H L Coleman 4 pounds A 4 n Algio 5 M show out B G Fox show out Pay the Fiddler show 1 to 2 H L Coleman show Illinois Centra Turf Exchange Commissions on all Races First Second Third 3 Special JL JiJL Trains on Illinois Central Ryh Ryhsffit8 v sffit8 ss Tran jiam Trap is iaiu Tfain jurmi Ji I f tl I Oil Cll OJA Returning trains at 415 and 605 pm 22nd 14022nd 12th St St 1240 1242 110 112 140 142 and after last race 39th 14239th St 1245 115 145 14563rd 63rd St 1250 120 150 Grand 150Grand Crossing 1255 125 155 Kensington 155Kensington 100 130 200 Page  American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPOUTING MANUAL Tho American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains 11 racing records at large revised and complete np to the end of 1901 four handicapping systems with directions for their practical application a table showing how to compute bookmaking per ¬ centages track records of all the recognized tracks of the country the western and eastern scales of weights tables showing the comparative speed of tracks a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1901 of any consequence trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the new 215 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 handi cap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis The latter come from the work of four experts after the telegraphic receipt of charts and entries All persons are warned not to use said chart or index numbers selections or handicap PEDIGKEE BLANKS BLANKSOn 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 m Now Ready. NOW BEADY BEADYThe The American Sporting Manual for 1902 is now ready for sale It contains all the features that have served to make it popular and useful hereto ¬ fore together with a new handicap table and other otherdditions dditions of value It embraces five handicapping tables a bookmaking percentage table all racing records revised to the last day of 1901 track records a comprehensive record of the pugilistic contests of 1901 trotting and pacing records a list of 215 trotters of 1901 and many other items of great value to all who desire to keep track of the records of healthy sports of all kinds 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 be given the uniform rating of 100 and from that point the others will be 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 be given a place in the tables The following is the rating of the jockeys now riding over the various tracks At Oakland OaklandJockeys Jockeys Pet Jockeys Pet PetJackson Jackson L LRanch 100 Adams 75 Ranch 75Ranch J 95 Dunn 75 Hoar 75Hoar 90 Brodien 75 Ransom 75Ransom 90 Waterbury 75 Vititoe VititoeD 75VititoeD D 90 su Tamplin xampiin 75 Mathews J JMcGinn 90 Smith H McGinn 90 Donnelly j E Troxler 90 Peterson Conloy 90 Homer See 85 Ross Stuart 85 Gatliff Knapp W 85 Walker J Woods J T 85 McCarthy J Hennessey 85 Gatloy Flick 85 Crosthwaite Fauntleroy 80 Prior Winslett 80 McDormott Burlingame 80 Jackson L A Howson 80 Burke Tullet 80 Wallace Romero 80 Parmelee Bozeman 80 Bell Daly L 80 Earle Kelly 80 Webster Vickery 80 Gannon 80 DugganW 75 Dyer Sheehan 75 Hoffr HoffrLogan Hoffman Logan E 75 McK McKenna Gisborn 75 Trow TrowTreanor Trower Treanor 75 ROWE ROWECollis Rowan Collis 75 75At At Little Rock and Memphis Woods J 100 Bell Turner N 100 Singleton Coburn 100 Logue Winkfield J JLyne 100 Munro Lyne 95 Hope OrBrien T 95 Boyd Dominick 95 Wilson H Waldo W 95 Wilson W Williams R 95 Bassinger Smith L LMcJoynt 95 Young McJoynt 90 Hayden Lindsay 90 Earle Otis 90 Rice B Gormley 90 Houbre Robertson 90 Jones A Minder 90 Prince R Walsh T 90 Lampard Dupee 90 Ellis Aker 90 Wallace Waldo J 90 Maier Helgeson 85 Lowe MeadeT 85 Mar ray W Slack 85 Pritchett Weber A 85 Battiste Miller J 85 Dean L Dangman 85 Watson W Rice J 85 Durban Gilmore 85 Ellia Dado 85 McGuire Davisson 80 At Bennings Bullman 100 Henderson M Burns T 100 Seaton Odom 100 Shea McCue 100 Dart Wonderly 100 Cummings Blake 95 Anderson Landry 95 Hall Miles 90 Danzig Booker 90 McNichols Daly J 90 Hicks Creamer 85 Morris Brennan 85 Richardson Murphy R 80 OConnor D Thompson G 80 King St. Louis Racing. ST 1OUIS KACING According to the Western Jockey Clubs assign ¬ ment of dates racing at St Louis should begin April 15 next at Kinloch Park but from present in dicatious the opening will be at the Fair Grounds track Saturday May 3 Tho Kinloch Jockey Club was alloted a fifteen days meeting beginning April 15 btit the officials of that organization have given no signs of intending to accept their dates and the probability is that they will go unused It was claimed on behalf of the club that two meetings of fifteen days were not suffcient but it seems that the wisest course would have been to quietly accept the dates awarded hoping for better things next year Washington Park manages to do pretty well with tweiityfiTe days of racing annually and with good attractions provided Kinloch might also do well with thirty thirtyThe The Fair Grounds first meeting covers from May 3 to June 28 inclusive Delmar succeeding The second meeting will cover from October 1 to 31 inclusive The following list of stakes will bo run off during the course of the two meetings on the dates named namedDate Date Stake Entries Saturday May 3 Inaugural Handicap 1 mile 1500 added 3yearolds and ifpward 78 Saturday May 10 Debutante Stakes 4 12 fur ¬ longs 1000 added 2yearolds fillies 66 66Saturday Saturday May 17 Mississippi Valley Stakes selling 1 mile 1UH added 3yearolds and upward 125 125Saturday Saturday May 24 Kindergarten Stakes 58 mile 1000 added 2yearoliis colts and geldings 76 76Friday Friday May 30 Memorial Handicap 5 12 fur ¬ longs 1000 added 3yearolds ana upward 115 115Saturday Saturday May 31 Junior Championship 34 i mile 1IOO added 2yearolds 57 57Saturday Saturday June 7 Club Members Handicap 1 11 milac Sjonm ndlurl Xvnarnlrlc anri upward 94 94Saturday Saturday June 14 St Louis Derby 1 12 miles 5000 added 3yaarolds 197 197Saturday Saturday June 21 Native Nursery Stakes 58 mile 1000 added 2yearolds 32 32Saturday Saturday June 28 Country Club Steeplechase 2 1168 700 added 3yearolds and upward 40 Saturday October 4 William J Lemp Brewing Company Stakes 34 mile 1000 added added2yearolds 2yearolds 3 90 90Thursday Thursday October 9 St Louis Fair Stakes selling 1 mile and 70 yards 1000 added added3yearolds 3yearolds and upward 128 128Saturday Saturday October 18 Laurel Handicap 34 34mile mile 1000 added 3yearolds and upward 116 SaturdayOctober 25 Forecast Handicap 1 mile 1000 added 2yearolda 65 65Friday Friday October 31 Final Stakes selling 1 116 miles 1000 added 3yearolds and upward 118 118The The Derby of this year is an event of numerous and unusual conditions devised by Joseph A Mur ¬ phy when he was secretary of the Fair Grounds Association Joe thought that ho would secure an entry list sufficient to make the Derby worth over 30000 but in that ho was mistaken Still it has a big array of eligibles among which the names of Abe Frank Hyphen Otis Corrigan Emsheo Blen nenworth Aladdin Runnels Vainamoinen Charles W Meyer Emsheo Red Hook and South Elkhorn are conspicuous and its estimated value is 15000 The peculiar conditions of the race and its present list of eligibles are as follows THE ST LODIS DEEBY FOE 1902 1902A A sweepstakes for threeyearolds foals of 1899 Entrance free for mares covered in 1893 5 each for foals declared by January 1900 the money to ac ¬ company the declaration 10 each for foals declar ¬ ed by January 1 1901 the money to accompany the declaration 25 each for foals remaining in after January 1 1901 The stake to be reopened May 1 1901 and January 1 1902 and entries accepted upon payment of 50 in cash May 1 1901 or 250 in cash January 1 1902 100 to start starters to be exempt from forfeit The Association to add 5000 of which 1000 to second 500 to third and the fourth to save its stake Penalties Winners of two stakes of 5000 in 1901 or one of 10000 in 1901 to carry 3 Ibs penalty winners of a stakes of 10000 or three of any value in 1902 to carry 5 Ibs penalty Allow ¬ ances Non winners of two stakes of any value in 1902 3 Ibs of a stakes at any time 7 Ibs nonwin ¬ ners of four races in 1902 10 Ibs three races 12 Ibs two races 15 Ibs one race if boaton three or more times 20 Ibs maidens 25 Ibs if beaten threo or more times at any time Selling purse races not counted in figuring allowances No horse that has incurred either of the penalties shall bo entitled to any of the allowances and no horse which is not entitled to the first two allowances can claim any of the subsequent ones Allowances and penalties 1 not cumulative Closed with 374 nominations of which 89 declared January 1 1900 at 5 each and 23 declared January 1 1901 at 10 each 85 void Ad ¬ ditional entries May 1 1901 14 at 50 each One mile and a half halfBy By filing at any time an accepted transfer of the produce with its engagements in this stake the original subscriber will be released from any lia ¬ bility as to tho engagements of the produce produceBaker Baker Gentry br c J W Rhodes by Pirate of Penzanco Sophia Hardy ch f Mary Railoy by Wagner Ftower Dollis ch c Petor T by Alar grave Mattie Lee Barrick OConnor b g Cloarfield by Pirate of Penzance Red Leaves Batcholer H T b g Will Gaston by Bobby Beach 1 May Hardy Baiier Julius ch c Hannin by Halma Sis OLeo OLeoBennett Bennett G C Co br c Cadet by Dr Walms ¬ ley Charm b f Normal by Dr Walmsley Norma b c Despair by Dr Walmsley Rhett Goodes Sis ¬ ter b f Cousin Jen by Dr Walmsley Jennie Griffith bay filly by Dr Walmsley Abingdon filly bay colt by Dr Walmsley Dot S ch c cTiftfn Tiftfn Rnnnt W TnmTl V Vi i tor Tittln Tnriinn fh n Herodiade by Hanover Druidess ch c Abe Frank by Hanover Cheesestraw CheesestrawBird Bird W P Bro b K A Leydeckor by Britannic Our Maggie b f Ella Lee by Britan Cassala CassalaBrown Brown Frank b c Misleader by Deceiver Nance NanceBrown Brown S S b c Hyphen byJHimyar Sema ¬ phore phoreBurns Burns Waterhouse br g Blackthorn by Ar ¬ tillery Early Rose b f Catnello by Altamax Sweet Favordale FavordaleCahn Cahn A b g Pamplona by Dr Hasbrouck May Flower ch Cj 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Minneapolis by Simon Magus Adolo M b c Wisconsin by Deceiver Arabella ArabellaLittlefield Littlefield C b c Ben Howard by Ben Strome Mary Howard HowardMcAllister McAllister R by Lord Hartington Bonnie Taw by Lord Hartiugton Strumpet StrumpetMcCafferty McCafferty A C b f High Carnival by Getaway Marietta MariettaMcCqrkle McCqrkle W H ch c South Elkhorn by Julien Mattie Irwin b c Bridge by Julien Brooklet BrookletMcCoy McCoy Chas D ch f Astery by Ornus Drift DriftMcCullough McCullough J S ch c Whittemore byDecoiver Lola LolaMaddox Maddox R E chestnut colt by Le Premier Pearl Nichols b c Norhema by L Cyrena CyrenaMarklein Marklein J J b c Harry Brennan by Quick ¬ lime Fidele FideleMatthewson Matthewson John M b c Lew H by Swigort Fairmaid ch f Nora M by Swigert Novice ch f Inver by Swigert Floretta b c Wilber W by Swigort Goodenough GoodenoughMay May W H Son b c Rod Hook by Forester Lillie B BMiddleton Middleton Jungbluth ch c David Haruin by King Leo Alverdeo b f Pronta by Falsetto Vol 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Bob b c Knittel by byf f Service Ottawa br cOtis by Foul Shot or or Little Minch Florence Dickey DickeySchulte Schulte W F b f Flora Way by Florist Boundaway b c Lutes Florist Florist Queen Lute b f Flora Pomona by Florist Fannie Willoughby WilloughbyScoggan Scoggan H J b f Botina by Bob Miles Bet tina b c Bestman by Florist Effie C b f High ¬ land Beauty by Florist Highlander Mare MareSimms Simms E F brown filly by Kingston Judith JudithSimmons Simmons W L ch c Caleb by Ingoldsby Glen Mercy ch c Disastrous by Ingoldsby Ethel S II ch f Jane Farrell by Order 111 Wind ch c Fab by Kantaka Iberia br c Colonel Bill by Wagner Mattie T TSloan Sloan J C ch c 3 Hydrophobia by Madstone Duchess b c Leman by St Ledger Cora A AStewart Stewart R J J M b c Hampson by Percy Loise LoiseStone Stone Kinzea ch c Count Perepoint by King Eric Loraine LoraineStover Stover H b f Nun of Kilmare by Northwestern Lady Doleful DolefulStubbs Stubbs Bros blk f The Typewriter by Top Gal ¬ lant Williametto WilliamettoTalbot Talbot Bros br c John Storm by The Com ¬ moner Mary Porter b f Wainamoinen by The Commoner Matilda MatildaTarlton Tarlton L P Co b c Gee Bee by Aintree Acasia b g Parnassus by Portland Dryad br c Ed Dby Aintree Farfadette b c Man by Aintree Mandolin ch f Fairyland by Aintree Missive by Aintree Playday b f Grizel by Aintree Oninlr h r Thnrnn hv St Savinfir Varina Thomas B G ch f Catcall by Lbngflight The Cat b f Carmaid by Longflight Carsona CarsonaTnrney Tnrney Bros b c Old Hutch by Wawekus Bink b c Glen Water by Wawekus Feronica FeronicaVan Van Studdiford G b f Lady Grace by Cassatt Countess Irene IreneVincent Vincent J A ch f Irosuta by Iroquois Ossuta OssutaWalker Walker William b c Paris Archer by Quick ¬ lime Fife FifeWarner Warner Joseph H ch f Margie S by Ornus Mamie R RWhite White L c br c Kermit by PiccolqvMarcella b c Lord Eldon by Piccolo Experiment b f Lary Gwynoth by Piccolo Minetta MinettaWhitten Whitten James br g Trust Deed by Dundee Ruth RuthWilson Wilson R T Jr b f Rosecourt by Newcourt Lizzie Montroso MontrosoWilliams Williams J S b c Big Three by Tacoma Three Times TimesWinship Winship T G blk f Florence D by Percy Rosa Hart HartWoodford Woodford Bros b g Leviathan by Leonatus Lady of the Lake b c Grey Fox by Leonatus Falaise b f Plantess by Leonatus Plantress ch U T i i TT Si t I Miss Hume by Burlington Ollie C CWoodford Woodford Catesby br c Dave Sommers by Hindoo Lady Beth ch c Altona by Hindoo Baslonl Sappho ch f Cousine by Hindoo Bas lonl nln lnt flllr l Tl i J b f Queen Burlington by Burlington Marina blk f Miss Ney by Burlington Pretext br f Lady by Sir Dixon Belle Isle gr c Jim Scanlan by Teuton Graylock b c Arthur Moll by Teuton Miss Eppie EppieAdditional Additional entries January 1 1902 Bennett G C Co b c Aladdin by St George Merry Wise ch c Blennenworth by Prince of Monaco Middlemarch MiddlemarchBratton Bratton John S ch f Meditation by Hand ¬ spring Fair Recluse RecluseBohlmau Bohlmau E L b c Leflare by The Commoner Leora LeoraChristy Christy W C b c Dr Burns by Onaway Safe Home HomeStreett Streett S W b c Sambo by St Saviour Josie W Page  I for your opinion as to which horses will be first second and third as thej finish in the Suburban or if you prefer send us the winners if 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 500 rwill be divided equally between the fortunate ores oresTo To become entitled to this all that is necessary ia to purchase DIRECT FROM US one of our Annuals of 1901 and with your remittance send your choices choicesPRICES PRICES OF ANNUAZS ANNUAZSCLOTH 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 announcements declarations dates etc and matters of interests to breeders and owners SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 500 PER ANNUM 350 FOR SIX MONTHS MONTHSADVERTISING ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION APPLICATIONAddress Address H A BUCK Publisher Windsor Arcade New York City New Turf Exchange Exchangeon on St Paul Bailroafl canal aitf flrjams streets 1st Train Leaves Union Depot it 1250 p n 2nd Train 1 05 pm 3rd Train 55 p Returning Trains at 445 545 and after last raw flctual Running Time TWrtyFlYa Halites HalitesROUND ROUND TRIP Little Rock Form. LITTLE ROCK FORM LITTLE ROCK AKK March 28 The form of Saturdays Little Rock fields is First Race Lady Curzon Boundleo Sir Gatian GatianSecond Second Race Lady Gallantry Duke Dashaway Mauser MauserThird Third Race HuntressaHatfield Ownboy entry Orla OrlaFourth Fourth Race Nearest W B Gates Curd Gillock GillockFifth Fifth Race Censor B G Fox Loone LooneSixth Sixth Race Henry of Trastamare Frank Jones Tea Gown Little Rock Entries. LITTLE ROCK ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Kace 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 31250 George B Cox 7 113 675 31255 St David 4 110 715 31230 Frank Pearce a 110 700 31298 George H Ketcham 8 110 705 31278 Sir Gatian 6 110 720 31255 Boundlee 5 110 720 31277 La Spara 5 108 705 31227 Tempse 7 108 600 31298Lady Curzon 51C8 725 725312743Birdie 312743Birdie Stone 4 105 700 31273 MildredS 4 105 700 700312742Liezie 312742Liezie A 4 105 715 715Second Second Race 12 Mile Mile2yearolde 2yearolde Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp The Advocate ch c by Kings KingsCounsel Counsel Jane 108 31276 Lady Gallantry 105 700 700Flora Flora 105 312282Duke Dashaway 103 690 690312283Mauser 312283Mauser 103 665 31211 Birdslayer 100 660 31228 Fancy Model 100 665 665Third Third Race 5 12 Farloiifjs Farloiifjs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp31275Little 31275Little Jack Homer 6 115 650 650312522Father 312522Father Wentker 6 105 675 31213 Hainault 3 105 665 66531214fCarl 31214fCarl Kahler 4 103 715 715312732Maxille 312732Maxille 3 100 600 31230 Ragnarbk II 4 98 600 31251 Stringtown 3 97 600 600312523fLady 312523fLady Alberta 3 95 700 700312133Huntressa 312133Huntressa 3 95 725 31212 Orla 3 95 685 685fHatfield fHatfield Ownbey entry entryFourth Fourth Race 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling The Bob Furth Stakes 500 added 31232W B Gates 6 107 720 720312972Curd 312972Curd Gillock 4 105 705 312533iEdgardo 5 105 665 31214 Choice 4 104 700 70031214Nearest 31214Nearest 7 101 725 72531278JtPlead 31278JtPlead 4 90 675 675fj fj Burrows entry entryFifth Fifth Race 78 Milo 3yearolds and upward Soiling Soiling313012B 313012B G Fox 6 108 720 72031250Fred 31250Fred Hessig 4 105 710 71031300Censor 31300Censor 4 102 725 31214 Orleans 4 101 690 69031230Loone 31230Loone 4 99 715 31277 The Bronze Demon 4 98 685 31297 Sir Kingston 5 97 705 31278 Chickadee 3 95 715 71531301AlgieM 31301AlgieM 3 95 715 31273 Nora D 3 76 675 675Sixth Sixth Racer1 Mile and 7O Yards 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling313013Paythe 313013Paythe Fiddler 6 106 700 700312783Henry 312783Henry of Trastam are 7 106 725 31297 JohnG Ford 5 106 690 690312982Cogswell 312982Cogswell 4 102 680 31298 Hutch Miller 4 102 690 31278 Tea Gown 4 100 705 70531300Syncopated 31300Syncopated Sandy 4 97 700 31254 Missile 3 91 700 312733 Florrie S 3 86 650 650312543Frarik 312543Frarik Jones 3 83 715 Charleston Form Chart. CHARLESTON FORM CHART CHARTCHARLESTON CHARLESTON S C March 38 Eightysixth day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track fast Presiding Judge Harry Tupper Starter John P Eoach Racing starts at 3 00 p m O O j FIRST RACE 34 Mile furse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances O JL O JL ri Substitute for regular race declared off Ind Horses A Wt St M 54 M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31266 LAURAS FIRST 4 105 3 2 2i 42 INK D Hall W E Orcutt 65 65 45 out out313463OHIO 313463OHIO KING S 101 2 45 3 In 2 Rooney H Cheek 3 3 21 45J 31248 JOHN W DAHNEY 3 96 4 31 12 21 31 Redding H L Johnson 6883 31292 TAVA HARRIS 8 111 6 510 520 31 4 May J Lynch 554 651 31262 LIZZIE TELLO G 108 1 1 41 55 5V J Mooro WCVestmoreland6 6 6 2 ij 312933BRAHMIN 6 114 5 6666 McArthur Philadelphia StbllO 15 15 5 S3 31266 GRACE WILSON 4105 Loft at the post Leer IJSBrannon 4552 4552Time JZSWinner Time 261 531 122 3C JZS Winner Ch f by Fortissimo Laura Luke LukeWent Went to post at 3 28 At post 3 minutes Start very bad First five were driving hard Lauras First was the best and had to be to win She was nearly thrown on the turn by John W Dahney and was forced to take the overland route Ohio King was also fouled by John W Dahney and forced to pull up He came strongly through the stretch but faltered in the final strides John W Dahney under a rough ride showed improvement and raced well the first five furlongs Tava Harris was forced to pull up to keep from going down in the stretch Lizzie Tello was given much the best of the start Ohio startOhio King show 2 to 5 John W Dahney show 6 to 5 Tava Harris show 1 to 2 Q 1 Q 1 P SECOND RACE34 aiile Purse 5100 3yearolds and upward Maidens O JL O JL J Allowances Substitute for regular race declared off Ind Horses A Wt St M Yz StrFin Jockevs Owners O H C P 312222DEWEY D 5 108 1 15 no is IKK D Hall Mrs G H Pierce 22235 30176 NELLIE C 4 105 2 4 32 22 23 Roouey Eteen Turner 65 65 35 out 31222 LA VITESSE 5 108 3 31 4 31 32 S Johnson Z Cooper 5883 312623 MOLLIE BROOKS 3 98 5 55 55 41 420 Redding E Moncreith 652 2 35 30683 MOLLIE AARON 4 107 6 23 2 520 55 Tattersall A B Stansbury 6 12 12 S 30779 EN BLAZE 4 102 4 6 6 6 6 B Myers WCWestmoreland6 12 12 3 3Time Time 26 53 1 221 221Winner Winner Ch g by Bolero Jenny Yates YatesWenttopost Wenttopost at 400 At post 13 minutes Start fair Won driving second easily Dewoy D showed early speed but tired in the last sixteenth Nellie C met with interference soon after the start but came fast in the last quarter La Vitesse had no mishaps Mollie Brooks was pulled up for no apparent reason soon after the start and taken the overland route She appeared to be a contender in the ridingDewey stretch but Redding stopped riding Dewey D show out La Vitesse show out Mollie Brooks show out 31316 THIRD RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St J Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312483KATIE GIBBONS 6108 1 U 12 12 is D Hall E S Marshall 35 45 710 out 31225 INTENT 5 108 2 21 21 21 23 W Stewart WCWestmoreland75 2 2 out 31248 DEADLY NIGHT SHADES 97 4 4 4 4 31 Rooney P Bratton 4 4 2 out out310333SWAN 310333SWAN DANCE 3 94 3 31031033 4 Redding S T Gaines Co 3661 Time 3661Time 251521 1061 1061Winner Winner B m by Buckmaster Lady Winston WinstonWent Went to post at 441 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Katie Gibbons outclassed her company and won as she pleased Intent was much the best of the others Deadly Night Shade propped at the start He made up much ground in the last quarter and is rounding into form formScratched Scratched 31263 Hanno 113 31294 Vince 110 110Overweights Overweights Swan Dance 2 pounds poundsSwan Swan Dance show out O I Q I rj FOURTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling O JL O JL I Substitute for regular race declared off Ind Horses A Wt St y Y StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 312942DR WORTH 3104 5 4H31 31011 13 Powell R Crowhurst 44235 S12243ORDEAL 6 105 4 35 INK 11 21 21 D Hall W E Orcutt 7522 710 312492LADY HAYMAN 4 105 2 22 23 2 33 3K Rooney H Cheek 75 2 2 710 31266VIRGIE O 7 108 3 6 51 41 42 45 Patton J R Hand 21 21 2 710 31225HATTIE DAVIS 3 96 6 51 6 51 55 520 Redding W A Rinehart 5 5 5 2 i 31292 LAROQUOISE 1 105 1 H 45 6 6 6 W Stewart R Johnson 6 10 10 4 Time 25152 120134 Winner B c by Likely La Bruja BrujaWent Went to post at 5 12 At post 43 minutes Start fair Won easily second driving Dr Worth was front after going five furlongs and won witll plenty in reserve Ordeal showed early speed and was the best of the others Lady Hayman had no mishaps Virgie O showed little speed and ran poorly Hat tie Davis and Laroquoise ran their races at the post No show betting on first four 31318 FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M Y StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C 31054TOAD RAINEY 4 103 1 15 15 is is is D Hall S E Finley 25 1 25 out 31291 CATHEDRAL 6 113 5 42 25 210 2io 220 May H Higginbottom 44245 44245311882LADY 311882LADY RILEY 3 96 3 SB 410 35 35 35 Redding M R Taylor Co 3 7 7 85 31262 ROSIE R 3 92 2 25 3K 410 45 45 B Meyers J Earl 8 40 40 7 31262 LITTLE TOWER 3 102 4 5 5 5 a 5 Rooney P Carter S 31 31 1 1Time Time 25 52 120 134 134Winner Winner B f by Long Fish Halloween II IIWent Went to post at 621 At post 2 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Toad Raine had a big advantage at the start but this did not cut much figure in the result as she was the best am only had to canter all the way Cathedral wns off poorly and ran kindly Lady Riley was badly handled Rosie R and Little Tower are poor racing tools at present Scratched 31314 Grace Wilson 103 312943Emierant 95 31266 The Brother 110 110Overweights Overweights Lady Riley 4pounds Little Tower 5 Cathedral show out Lady Riley show out Little Towor show out Racing Dates Of 1902. RACING DATES OF 1902 Oakland Gal Jan 1 April 26 Charleston S C Janl Littlo Rock Ark March 24 29 29March Memphis Tenn March 31 April 23 Washington Bennings March 25 April 12 Aqueduct N Y April 15 May 1 Kinloch Park St Louis April 15 May 2 Lakeside Ind April 15 30 Nashville Tenn April 24 May3 New Louisville Ky May 1 24 Worth 111 May 1 24 Morris Park N Y May 2 22 Fair Association St Louis May3 June 28 Toronto Ont May 22 31 Brooklyn N Y May 24 June 13 Latonia Ky May 26 Juno 20 Hawthorne Chicago May 26 June 6 Hamilton Out June 2 7 Harlem Chicago Juno 7 June 20 Fort Erie Ont June 10 July 23 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 August 4 29 29Harlem Harlem Chicago August 4 16 16Kinloch Kinloch Park St Louis August 14 20 20Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago August 18 SO SOWindsor Windsor Ont August 25September 27 27Sheepshead Sheepshead Bay N Y YHarlem August 30 September 13 13Harlem Harlem Chicago September 1 IS ISDelmar Delmar Park St Louis September 1 SO SOHawthorne Hawthorne Chicago ChicagoBrooklyn September 15 27 27Brooklyn Brooklyn N NY Y September 15 October f Harlem Chicago September 29 October 6 Morris Park N Y October 6r25 Worth 111 October 7 November 1 Aqueduct N Y October 27 November 8 8Lakeside Lakeside Ind Novembers 20 20Washington Washington Bennings November 10 29 Page  The Melbourne Stud StudfeBi LIMITED TO THIRTY APPROVED MARES feBi liF4 ssiy E 5prB g O y FfanCBSSprBOg PROPERTY OF P J DWYER 5f 8 Handspring won tho 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 in901 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 Hanover and out of a daughter of tho 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 son of Blair Athol winner of the Derby and St Leger and he out of Blink Bonny by Melbourne and she won both the Derby and Oaks and grandson of both Pocahontas and Queen Mary and sire of tho 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 tho great and only Glencoe Going back to Rayon dOr wo find him out of a maro by the son of tho immor ¬ tal Touchstone the foundation stone of nearly all perfect pedigrees and her second dam was old Poca ¬ hontas herself by imp Glencoe Thus combining several times over tho wonderful Glencoo blood Any breeder stinting a good maro to Handspring has a chance to produce tho greatest horse that ever lived and his stud fee is certainly a very low one taking everything into consideration Rainbow B BBrown 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 tho best horses in training and during his threeyearold form worked a mile and a half trial in 2 3S over the Coney Island track Rainbows dam Buff and Blue is by War Dance one of tho 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 Balloonywas one of the greatest IOD distance race mares ever seen in this country and produced the famous brood maro Ballet Rainbow is one of tho finest thoroughbred stallions in America and sold for 8200 as a yearling Rainbow made his first season in the stud at Melbourne in 1900 but he was stinted to a few mares before that and from those services he has had seven starters every one of which has been returned a winner including the three high class 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 St JIuBEen LIMITED TO THIRTY MARES S 0 0Own 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 winningTho 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 Kabyle Princess Julien Blonde Grayson etc Mr Barnes thinks St Julien fully tho equal of his full brothers St Carlo and Prince of Monaco He is a sure foal getter having twentyeight mares in foal from a service of thirtythree last year He is also a grand breeder of individuality and as fine a tempered horse as there is in Kentucky Jim Gore Private PrivateBy By Hindoo dam Katie by imp Phaeton Sire of Beau Gallant The Goldfinder Amelia Mayx Beau Ideal Moncreith Gorman Knowles Donna Seay and many other stake winners and great campaigners Prince of Private By imp St Blaise dam Carina by Kingfisher Siro of Fancywood Blennenworth Monarka Precur ¬ sor Autumn Leaves Sting Kilmantle who won twice and was placed four other times out of seven startsin 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 well bedded down the charges will be 10 per month when running on grass 5 which must be considered a very low price considering the established reputation the Mel ¬ bourne Stud hasi for the care of its stallions mares and all thoroughbred stock It is a practice at the Melbourne Stud to try the mares three times a week until the first of June and after that time every day until the season closes July 1st which is a guarantee that every mare will be got in foal if care and attention will accomplish this end endCSPUsual CSPUsual return privilege if horse is alive and in my possession I5 For catalogue and further information address W S BARNES Proprietor Lexingtou Ky ALL THE TURF PUBMSHEl 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 124 126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 750ONE ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIRSTCULSS TVTATI IN PLAIN ENVELOPE THE flmencan Sporting jnamial For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing HANDBOOK OFFICIAL Tne Pugilistic Record or 1901 OF FIGURES COMPENDIUM Handicapping and BootoMng fables BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FIVE 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