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"The wind-up of the meeting at Bennings on Saturday marked the end of the most successful turf season on record in the east. Every racing association under the jurisdiction of the Jockey Club enjoyed phenomenal success. Tho amount of money paid out by them in stakes and purses was greater than ever before, while the attendance figures eclipsed all previous marks. From the opening of the Aqueduct track last April right up to the last day of the season the attendance was a record-breaker. Although no official figures are available, it is estimated that the daily average paid attendance, exclusive of Saturdays and holidays, at all tracks in the Metropolitan district was about 6,0C0, Tvhile the Saturday and holiday average reached 20.000. The largest crowd of the season gathered on Futurity Day at Sheepshead Bay, when more than 40,000 persons paid admission, while probably 5,000 more got in on passes and complimentary "badges. There were tremendous crowds, too, on Brooklyn and Suburban Days, but they did not equal the Futurity crowd by a long way," says the New York Sun of Monday. " Although it never can expect to draw the crowds that patronize the Metropolitan tracks, the Saratoga Racing Association, with William C. Whitney at the helm, has already opened the books and also closed the entries for some of the richest stakes that have ever been run on the American turf. These events have not only filled well, but they have also shown that the breeding industry has de-Teloped gradually into a wonderful business, in which not only millionaires, bnt persons of ordinary means are deeply interested. For the $15,000 Spinaway Stakes for two-year-old fillies the principal nominators are August Bolmont, whose list includes youngsters sired by Henry of Navarre and Hastings; J. N. Camden, Jr., O. H. Chenault, Mrs. Thomas J. Carson, who bred Eugenia Burch ; J. B. Haggin, with a lengthy list sired by the great Sal--vator, Bathampton, Juvenal, Order, Ben Holladay and Raffaolo; James R. Keene, with the get of Kingston, Ben Brush and St. Simon; John E. Madden, with a lot by Plaudit, Hamburg, Sandringham, Himyar, Meddler and Hastings; S. Sanford & Son, depending upon their stallion Clifford once more; Milton Young, with as many nominations as anybody, the leading sires being Mirthful, Pirate of Penzance, The Friar, St. Florian and Lamplighter; and last, but not least, W. C. Whitney, with twenty-four nominations by Hamburg, Meddler, Lissak, Sandringham and Plaudit, the dams being York-ville Belle, Ruperta, Martha II., Poetess, Admiration, Mannie Himyar, Vespers, Mary C, Florrie, Mountain Range, Buela, Faithful, Handspnn, Tara Blackburn, Harmonica, Xola, Elusive, Souffle, Peg Woffington. La Sylphide, Nihil, Clementina, Urania and Daisy F. "For the Great Republic of $i0,0C0, one mile and a quarter, to be run in 1905, the entry list just closed shows a remarkable array of owners and nominations: "With even greater liberality have the breeders sont in their nominations for the $10,0.0 Hopeful Stakes, for two-year-olds, to be run in 1905. The largest nominators for this event are August Belmont, S. S. Brown, J. N. Camden, Jr., Mrs. T. J. Carson, David Gideon, H. P. Headley, J. B. Hag-gin, F. B. Hitchcock, James R. Keene, John E. .Madder., H. T Oxnard, E F. Clay, S. Sanford & Son, W. C. Whitney and Milton Young. Mr. Whitney has seventy-five nominations and Mr. Young has 131, heading the list. Entries for the National Stallion Stakes, to be run in 1904, probably at Belmont Park, will close a voek from tomorrow. The stallion entries already received include such famous sires as Hastings, Henry of Navarre, Ben Strome, Sir Dixon, Handspring, Atheliig, His Highness, Golden Garter, GoldfiDch, Star Ruby. Watercress, St. Gatien, Bathampton, Ben Holladay, Juvenal, Salvator, Ornament, Kingston, Ben Brush, St. Leonards, Himyar, Masetto, Sandringham, Plaudit, Mirthful, Sir Walter, Knight of the Thistle, Kantaka, Hamburg, Meddler, Lissak and Albert. Entries for the Seventh Matron Stakes, to be run in the fall of 1905, at Belmont Park, also close one week from tomorrow. "It is now said that the Metropolitan Jockey Club, controlling the so-called Sullivan-McCarren track building near Jamaica, may not receive a license from the State Racing Commission for the reason that it has made no arrangements to hold stake events, calculated to further the breeding interests and for that matter has not even made an application for dates. According to the way the Metropolitan Jockey Club people aro conducting their affairs, things seem to be at a standstill, although it can be said that the promoters of the project fully expect to receive recognition from the racing authorities. The building of Belmont Park will not interfere with the dates of the other racing associations, for the reason that the new track will undoubtedly receive the allotment that the West-" Chester Association has had all along at Morris Park. Engineer C. F. Leavitt, Jr., who has undertaken to build Belmont Park, says that he expects to let the various contracts out before the end of the present year and that ground will probably be broken the middle of January or the first of February; The work of building thy tracks and the chute will be begun first, the construction of the huge grandstand and other pavilions to follow. By next November, Mr. Leavitt says the work will have progressed so far that there will be only a few finishing touches to be applied before the opening of the track in May, 19D4. Patrons of the turf were astoundod when they learned that Belmont Park in area will be three times as large as Morris Park and that there will be seating accommodation for nearly 20,000 persons. Such a racecourse, before the plans had been actually drawn, was always regarded as a dream, but it remained for the members of the Westchester Association .to convince the public that the days of dreams have passed. "Johnny Reiff rode the largest number of winning mounts on the French tracks this year. He had 116 victories, Milton Henrj being second with ninety-four. Unless there is some conclusive evidence of guilt againt these boys, these records ought to carry considerable weight with the French turf authorities when they come to reconsider the expulsion of Reiff and Henry from the turf." Sarner Claimed SAKNER CLAIMED. New Orleans, La., December 4. Sarner, entered in tho second race for $100, was claimed by Durnell & Herz for $770. Prince Blazes, entered in the sixth race for $100, was run up to $1,100 by H. Robinson and bid in by his owners. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TUKF. "It is a rather autocratic body, that Western Jockey Club," said Mr. Carmody, who has been refused dates for his St. Louis track. "I was given a hearing by it. Mr. Young, its president, began by asking me to bo brief. I told him I would bo as briof as my business permitted. I was. Mr. Montgomery asked mo what dates I wanted and was very courteous. Mr. Bush, of New Orleans, asked mo if my track was built. I assured him I had not had time to build it. bnt that it was in course of construction. I then offered to file a bond of $60,000 to guarantee its erection. "Mr. Angelo Cella asked me my business. I assured him without any frills that I was a liquor dealer. I presented a petition signed by leading businoss men in St. Louis. Mr. Cella asked me if I meditated any design to interfere with the presont racing laws of Missouri. I told him that I was there asking favors, not making threats. He asked me if I had not eaid that I would endeavor to inter-fore with the racing laws. I said I had not said so. Mr. Cella thon said that the St. Louis newspapers had so quoted me. "Having been ignorant of any such quotation, I asked Mr. Cella to produce the papers in question. He did not do so- I feel that my plan impressed the stewards of the Jockey Club, but they refused me dates." Asked if he now proposed to take any steps to interfere with the established racing laws of Missouri, Mr. Carmody said that, beyond being in favor of short meetings, say, thirty days for each track, he had nothing to say. He further stated that he would proceed with the erection of his track, and would have it ready for racing in the early summer. C. A. Tilles, of the Fair Association, said that he had no statement to make, beyond the admission that the dates given the Fair Grounds were satisfactory to him. "I wish to lay special stress on th,e fact that the Fair Grounds and Delmar Park did not organize the Jockey Club," said Mr. Tilles, "and are not responsible for its policy or action. In fact, we were the first people to oppose the Jockey Club, which we did to our cost and sorrow. We found it wise and expedient to submit to it and take what we got. The Fair Grounds and Delmar tracks are not opposing Mr. Carmody or any one else, for we were in a similar position two years ago. We are taking what we get and being thankful." St. Louis Republic. The Latonia Jockey Club has announced its stakes for the spring meeting of 1903, which will close January 1. The events are just the same as last year in every particular, so far as conditions and added money are concerned. They are as follows : The Clipsetta Stakes; for fillies two years old ; $1,000 added ; 5 furlongs. The Harold Stakes ; for colts two years old ; $1,000 added ; 5 furlongs. The Cincinnati Trophy; a sweepstakes for colts and fillies two years old; $2,0C0 added; in addition to the first money and stakes, the winner will receive a silver cup, donated by Hon. Julius Fleisch-man ; 5 1-2 furlongs. The Brewers' Exchange Handicap, for three-yoar-olds and upward ; $1,250 added ; 6 furlongs. The Merchants' Stakes; a selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward; $1,250 added; 1 mile. The Decoration Handicap; for three-year-olds and upward; $1,500 added; 1 1-16 miles. The Cincinnati Hotel Spring Handicap ; for three-year-olds and upward; $1,250 added; 1 1-8 miles. The Cincinnati Steeplechase; a handicap for three-year-olds and upward; $1,000 added; full course ; about 2 miles. The Latonia Derby, 1904; for three-year-olds, foals of 1931 ; $2,500 added; H miles. The Latonia Oaks, 1904; for fillies three years old, foals of 1931 ; $1,250 added ; ii miles. The Saratoga association for tho improvement of tho breed of horses, of which Hon. William C. Whitney is president, has declared a dividend of five per cent, on its capital of half a million. This means that the second season of the new racing regime, in spite of the onormous amount of money spent in improvements and greatly increased amount of money given away in purses and added money to stakes, proved so prosperous and popular that $25,0X0 was paid in dividends to Stockholders, The fact was made occasion for much congratulation to Mr. Whitney, whose enthusiasm in turf matters hus aided this great and popular sport generally at every northern point, and more particularly at Saratoga, in the affairs of which racing conter he has expended both time and money. Jockey Rodforn will not report to C. R. Ellison until after the holidays. On the advice of his father young Redfern will take a vacation for a month. Rodfern has boon riding constantly for a couple of yoars and needs a rest. Outlaw Racing at Newport OUTLAW RACING AT NEWPORT. The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune of December 4 has this to say about the prospective opening of the Newport track for winter racing: "Tho winter racing meeting of the Newport track will open Christmas Day, according to plans of the new owners. John J. Ryan, the St. Louis bookmaker, yesterday purchased a large interest in the track, and after some necsssary improvements are made it will be opened. This will probably be on Christmas Day. " Frank F. Fowler will retin the sole management. Fowler managed the Newport track under the most discouraging conditions imaginable and the very fact that he will again be at the head of tho track assures its being conducted on straight- , forward lines. "In conjunction with tho race meeting a foreign book will be opened at Newport. This will be under the supervision of John J. Ryan. " One of the improvements contemplated is the ' building of a bridge over the Licking River, over which the trolley cars can be run to the gates of the track. Plans for such a bridgo have been inexifjB ence for some years, but have never been flMHH out, These plans have been turned over to Ryan, who will start in at once to have bids made on the work. "It is the intention of the now racing club to give a race meeting, independent of the Western Jockey Club, and it will be run the year around. The uninitiated have had some doubts about a track so conducted being able to get horses, but on this point Messrs. Fowler and Ryan givo the greatest assurance. They say that within two weeks 500 horses, will be stabled at Newport, and these will be of as good class as have been running at New Orleans. "One of the first steps to be taken is to enclose the betting shed with glass, and a portion of the grandstand, too, is to be sheltered from the cold. The track itself is in good condition, and men will be put to work on it immediately to get it in shape for the opening day. "Manager Fowler and John Ryan had a long conference at the Gibson House last night. Whej seen there Manager Fowler said : " 'We will open on Christmas day with a high clasB race meeting. Newport has always been conducted on high lines, and this will not be an exception to the rule. We will have all the horses we can care for. Our reputation with the horsemen has long been established. I feel confident that we will gafc the patronage of the race loving public, for we pro-poso to conduct a fair and square high class meeting. The officials have not yet bsen selected, but they will be men who have been identified with the game for years.' "In this connection it may be said that Judge Burke, one of the best known racing officials of the country will in all probability be the presiding judge. John J. Ryan, who is behind the movement to open the track, was most enthusiastic over the prospects. " 'Newport will run a meeting independent of any turf body,' he said, 'but it will be a first-class meeting. We will have men in the stand whose reputations aro known the country over as capable officials; our betting ring will be open and we will have good horses here. I know that there is no doubt about that. Mr. Fowler will manage the track, while I will be in charge of the foreign book and the betting ring. We believe that we have a rtehttorace in Kentucky during'tho month of Do-comber and other months as well as other people have a right to race in Louisiana. " 'The Western Jockey Club has no right to control raciag in this section. Horsemen, under existing conditions, do not have a possible chance unless they are fortunate enough ta have nothing but winners in thoir !tnhl. Wf Ipnu nn the ' CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE. OUTLAW RACING AT NEWPORT. (Continued from First Page.) purses, and they will be bigger than wore hung up around hero during the recent meeting. To assure horsemen that their money will be paid we will deposit $1 CO, 000 with a bank to guarantee the payment of all persons. What right has any body of men to dictate to a man who has a fortune invested in a racing plant when he shall do business and when he shall not. Newport will not be under the dictation of any turf body, bnt I'll wager that Ub meeting will be run as cloan, if not cloaner, than that of any track which has bien under that organization. We propose to show them that it is possible to run a race track, even though it is not sanctioned by a lot of Chicago gentlemen. " 'Newport is the first track of a new circuit to open. I will have othor tracks operating next year. I have an option On two racing plants now, and before long I will be in a position to say something about my plans in this direction. We propose to spend money in improvements at Newport, which, in my opinion, is the greatest spot for winter racing irie country.' 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(TO REACH) subscrib- rs "within 350 mil.s of Chicago" the morning of ,he races for 2oc daily, $1.00 weekly. Either trfck SoceipU sant to all subscribers. Send for FREE ITpwa'c' ,?f srprisinff re8nlts. C. W. ' Snlt at Quincy bt, ChicaKo 'Horse Players!" "MUD RUNNERS" Sffi ,nJSllBr0Ii h?rse that ara rod and bad on fekeSk00PTdTessaUentiOa mail WALTER K. HEINEMAN, ICO Hancock St Brooklyn; N. Y. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Burns & Watorhouso have claimed the following names for their two-year-olds of 1903: Footlight, b. f, by First Tenor Berna. Tannhauser, b. c, by First Tenor Dacoy Duck. Dundreary, b. c, by Colonel Wheeler Dulcie Larondio. Cascino, ch. c, by Colonel Wheeler Early Rose. Hoceo, b. f, by Take Notice Happy Maiden. Midway, ch. f, by First Tenor Hoolou. Kualta, b. f, by Altamax Humidity. Juana, br. f, by Mt. McGregor II. Juanita II. Tahoe, ch. c, by Figaro Lake Co. Nippon, b. f, by Mt. McGregor II. Napamax. Rowena, br, f, by Altamax Picnic. Palomina, b. f, by Mt. McGrecror II Palomacita. Rockaway, ch. c, by Altamax Recreation. Mount Diablo, b. c, by Mt. McGregor II. Rustica. Siskiyou, b. c, by Colonel Wheeler Shasta Water. Sweet Tone, b. f, by First Tonor Sweet Faver-dale. Toledo, ch. c. by Altamax Talluda. According to A. J. Grennett, financial agent of the Mackay commercial interests, Clarence H. Mackay has retired permanently from the turf. Mr. Mackay has found that the vast business left by his father will require all of his time in future, so that he will be unable to devote any attention to the. welfare of a racing stable. Mr. Mackay has made several nominations for tho rich Saratoga, stakes to be run in 1904 and 1905, however, and it may-develop by that time that he will have a chance, to return to the sport of kings, over which he is still an ardent enthusiast. Mr. Mackay still owns a breeding establishment, which he has no idea of relinquishing and at which Banastar is the leading stallion. Word comes from Aiken, S. C, that very likely the winter mecca of horsemen asked for from The Jockey Club will bo located there. R. P. Garrett, the well known horseman and breeder at that point, just to hand with racing stock, brings the news of a winter twenty-day meeting at or near the vast holdings of William C. Whitney at Aiken, S. C, next year being assured. He says Messrs Whitney and August Belmont have already secured an option on property which could not be designed for anything else but a race track. The impression at Aiken is that the Vanderbilt interests will also assist in promoting the scheme. Accordingto Garrett, tho intention is to make the seat of this latest race track promotion of Mr. Whitney's an American winter Carlsbad, where the idea of thorough Americanism can be worked out and New Yorkers can enjoy a salubrious winter rustication right at home without recourse to the Occident. Mr. Clarence Mackay first conceived ;the project while on a visit to the Aiken, S. C, polo grounds six years ago, at a time before he was known prominently on the turf. Garrett declares that there can be littlo doubt of a race track being built by the New York millionaires now having winter seats located at or near Aiken, S. C. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. The form of Friday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Potheen, Irving Mayor, Judge Magee. Second Race Suburban Queen, Bedlam, Ace of Spades. Third Race Moabina, John Peters, If You Dare. Fourth Race Ro ling Boer, JackDemund, Jessie Jarboo. Fifth Race Prince Blazes, Pat Garrett, Compass. Sixth Race Ordnung, Graden, Nobleman. New Orleans Form KhW ORLEANS PttM. New Orleans, La., Docembsr 4. The horses seeming to havo the best chances in Friday's races are: First Race Irving Mayor, Potheen, Swordsman. Second Race Showman, Bedlam, Oronte. Third Race John Peters If You Dare, Moabina. Fourth Race Kilogram, Jack Demund, Rolling Boer. Fifth Race Prince Blazes, Compass, Atheola. Sixth Race Ordnung, Graden, Nobleman. T. K. Lynch. New Orleans Entries NEW ORI.KANH ENTfUES. Probabilities: Woathor clear; track hoavy.J Apprentice allowance. Runs well in mud. First Baco 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Tnd. Horses. Ago. Wt. Hdcp. 2654Ecome i ... 6.. 122 710 HSLtV irvin? Mayor 4... .119 ..'." "715 Sman 8118 WOrv - -05 'HO 7C0 --.?Mmel'-. 6jlMay Moore 4.. ..114 660 aoMzPotheen ... 3....111 705 6 175 Maid of Enid : 4.. ..110 600 36528.Iudge Magee 6. ...110 '. 710 31i)9ili3S Blarney 3. ...107 675 36532Lady Midas i& .. 3.. ..108 .!'.".'.685 Second Race 3-4 Aliln. All ages. Maidens. Allowances. 36266 Bedlam 3.. ..107 .. 720 36002 Ace of Spades 3. ..107 7"o S Lemoyne 3.. ..107 '.'.Y.'.'.UO 36511 Oroute 2.. ..103 70 Rayomen 2.. ..102 36t 3 Suburban Queen .... 2 1C0 fih wolf Eltinaney" 2 93 -"600 rfoHat bhowman 2.... 95 695 36341 Pageant 2.... 95 !!700 Third Race 3-4 Mllo. 3-year-olds and nrmard, Selling. 35521 Gautama 51.... 4... .108 GOO 3S52!2John Petort ....3 107 70 S)Tf You Dare ... 4... .105 .."".lO 365423Travrs 5.. ..102 .. . 710 (6523)Moabiua ..j 3.. ..100 725 SNanme J 6.... 97 ......665 36405 Moderator 3.... 95 .. 665 360083Doskin 3 ... 95 660 Fourth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 36r422.Tack Demund 3 109 . 715 365302Kilpgram .... 5....1C8 685 3C5303 Rolling Boer .... 4....108 725 (6330)Jessie Jarboe 6.. ..104 !!.!"690 Fifth ICsoe 1 1-iG 5XUs 3-yaar-olda and upward. Sailing, K,nvia-; 4....103 625 SCompass 4.... 93 675 rtSiIfp6"?1," 6 98 690 (36S44)Princo Blazes 7.... 98 725 36528Georgia Gardner 4.... 98 6)0 36321 Hattie Davis 3.... 94 .625 365322Atheola g.... 3.... 89 .....MO Sixth Race 7-8 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. 36531 Nobleman......'. 5t.... 6.. ..112 650 ,5J!20rd,imi6: 6.. ..105 !!.!.. 725 36167 Stratton .... 4.. ..105 650 w& Sr?den VV 3....103 690 34536 ColocnoII 2.... 95 600 3526 Aurij i . g ... 2.... 87 !!!!.630 36543 Flora Levy 2.... 83 625 Ingleside Form INGLESIDE FORM. The form of Friday's Ingleside fields is : First Race Montana Peeress, Mocorito, Homage. Second Race i?orte, 8tromo, Halmetta. Third Raco Gus Lanka, Somenos, Seize. Fourth Race-Peaceful, Artilla, Milas. Fifth Race The Buffoon, Diomed, Kickumbob. Sixth Race Nonie, Mildred Schultz, Azarine. Ingleside Form IN GI.ESIDE FORM. San Francisco, Cal., December 4. The horses seeming to havo tho best chances in Friday's races are : First Race Mocorito or Montana Peeress. Second Race Forte or Halmetta. Third Race Leader or Somenos. Fourth Race Artilla or Autolight. Fifth Race Diomed ai Lone Fisherman. Sixth Race Azarine or Mildred Schultz. H. Forsland. Ingleside Entries INGLESIDE ENTKIE3. Probabilities : Weather cloudy ; track fast. Runs well in mud. Elret Race 3-4 Mile. 8-year-olds and upward. Selling. Tnd. Honea. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 6509 Alaria 6.... 119 710 W79 Katherine Ennis 4.. ..114 700 36515 Aunt Polly 7 m 700 ME07 Skip Mo 4.. ..114 "715 Tiolita 4.... 114 700 Wocorito 7.... 114 720 6515 Nnllah 5 109 710 36515 Homage 4. ...109 .. . 715 6479 Ohio Girl 3.. ..104 705 W298 NoraD x. 3... .104 "...Am 365153 Montana Peeress 3.... 99 715 Second Race 1 1-8 Mile 3-year-olde and upward. Sailing. S ?rim ocV 4... .107 690 3S5U Mr. R019 5.... 107 .. . 69" 5f9 Star Cotton 5 104 710 1650 Forte ... 7.. ..104 !7'5 Jing a Ling .. 5.. ..104 715 '6452 Stromo 6 . .104 70 ?65M i.o.u 5.. ..100 .:::::to5 lZl 5?' pot Sterling 3.... 95 700 36oJ4 Halmotta 3.... 95 710 Third Rjmsu Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) 2-year-olda. Balling. 36482 Leader ...106 710- 'eSieSomenos ....106 7?B 363742Mr. Dingle ....1C6 !"!!!715 3SM6 Poacher n5 710 31879 Dolsegno 105 7(Vi 36i9S Gillie ........105 :..700 365 J. H. Bennett ....104 .....A 34876 Almaric 103 7G0 P.6M0 Poize 101 715 369S2Gus Lanka 101 !.'.". .".7K 36407 Insensible 99 mro 36444 Levant 96 211111 700 Fourth Rote 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Selling. a.futolight 4....116 735 (3SSl()Grafter . 4.. ..107 7"5 359252 Peaceful 5.... 107 750 31919 Rey Dare 4.. ..107 720 365161Meehanus 6.. ..105 730 S3Mrtilla i- 5....104 ::::::74o 46519 Maraschino 3 101 7?n 364612Milas 3... .101 .."I "785 Fifth Rnce 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olda and upward. Selling. 365162Gawaine 4.. ..107 705 36533 Lone Fisherman 4. ...107 '. 710 365093 Kickumbob 5 104 ......715 1 36511 Diomed 5 lot " 'in 36183 The Buffoon .... 5.. ..104 '.Y.'.YA'S ' 36ol73Glanthus 4 99 wr: 33326 Dark Secret .... 3. 1.. 98 !!!'.;!710 36520 Digby Bell .... 3.... 95 :::. ::715 Sixth Race 3-4 Mile 1 3-yoar-olds and upward. Sailing, 384792Ma?gie Felix E....114 ... . 715 36535 Velma Clark 4.. ..109 71C S6481 Malaspina .... 3....1B9 7C0 38512 Ishtar 3.. ..104 710 (3i926)Nome 3... .104 :::::.725 1 (36519)Azarine 3.. ..104 711 1 (S6197lMiidred Scnnltz... .... 3.. ..104 ..TiVo 36446 Phyllis ... 3....104 ."."..TOO I ISBUSD HVEBT DAY. WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN OmOIAL OBGtlX 07 THE WESTERN JOOKRY CLUE, Sattrtd ia tht Post Office at Chicago ai second class matter, A Daily nonaction of tho American Tar! by Ttlegraph. DAILY RACING FOBM PUBLISHING CO. Editor jlnd Peopbietok, F. H. Beuioill. Associate Sdttob Cltstoh C. Kilet, J Secret abt, Msb1. F. H. 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R indicates whip, J spurs, J blinkers. 36545 FIRST RACE 3-4 MIle- Purso J100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horyos A Wt St & H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31954 AXM1NSTKR US 3 104 2 1H 12 13 12 J KUnCli V D Kandall 3 3 2 7-10 36512SFATHEB WENTKER 3 109 7 53 23 2 23 J Gulden B Schreiber 1 6-5 6-5 3-5 36U1 KATIE WALCOTT W 5 111 3 2h 32 32 3 T Burns E Kaufman 4 41 41 7-5 36420 KER MIT RS 3 101 5 4 41 4 4 Lewis Hinklo & Hanlon 60 100 100 30 36514 LOUWELSEA II 3 102 1 8 71 61 53 Donnelly Western Stable 30 50 40 10 36515 MYTHROX B 3 101 8 6 5 51 63 W Waldo T E McLaughlin 20 50 50 12 36515 HEY HOOKER R 5 106 6 711 61 71 71 J Daly T E Latta 0 60 60 20 36481 JUDGE NAPTON RS 7 111 4 3h 81 81 82 Groves W H O'Brien 100 300 200 80 31011 TALMA 85 5 106 9 9 9 9 98 Donovan P G Lynch 60 100 100 40 31878 DISCOVERY RS 3 108 10 10 10 10 101 Kelly D McCarty 100 1E0 150 40 SISTER SALLIE R 3 96 11 11 11 11 11 H Smith D E Skinner 100 100 100 SO Time, 241, 49, 1 :16. Winner Br. c, by Kingston Silverdene (trained by W. D. Randall). Went to post at 2:07. At post 2 minutes. Start bad. Won easily ; second the same. Axminster got away running, led unextended throughout and was best. Father Wentker broke flatfooted, but made up ground rapidly and was an easy second. Katie Walcott was tiring at the end and just saved third place under Hums' vigorous finish. Karmit, suddenly improved, was closing up well at the end. Scratched S6519 Saintly, 106. Overweights Louwelsea. 1 pound: Judge Napton, 5; Discovery, 4. Axminster. show, 1 to 3. Father Wentker, show, 1 to 5. Katie Wolcott, show, 3 to 5. aECONP BACB1 Mile- Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 365 4.6 Ind Horses A Wt St & V StrFin Jockeys Ownorg O H C P 36455 NiSLLIK FOREST I 4 1Ut 1 H J 31 21 li T Burns W P Maarane 5 10 10 4 S65172GAWAINE 4 104 2 11 H 11 12 221 J Daly W E Cotton & Co 6 6 41 9-5 365353fDOREEN RS 3 100 7 51 42 43 3" 3h C Kelly E M O'Brien 6 6 5 2 36514 GOLDONE RSI 5 112 3 21 21 2 43 43 J Ranch Mrs J Coffey 3 3 21 1 36514 ST. RICA RS 4 104 4 31 51 53 53 53 W Waldo J P Atkin 15 50 50 15 36535 THE MILLER R 6 109 5 6h 81 72 7 62 Kelly G P McNeil 15 0 50 15 (S61S0)LOYAL 3. RSB 4 109 8 81 6h 61 61 7 Donovan V Gilbert 4 4 4 7-i 36509 RAVINO ftS 4 109 6 7" 9 82 82 86 Lewis P Humphrey 40 100 100 40 365143FILIBUSTER R8 109 99 71 9 9 9 Donnelly S Judge 7 9 9 3 tDisqualifind for foul. Time, 251. 50. 1 :17. 1:121. Winner Ch. f, by Forest Nellie G. (trained by W. P. Magrane). Went to post at 2:33. At poit 3 minutes. Start bad. Won driving; second easily. Nellie Forest secured a lucky start, was always prominent, moved up fast on the stretch turn and, under a vigorous finish, outstayed Gawaine after a long, hard drive. The latter broke fist and made the running for seven furlongs and held on well at the end. Doreen, badly interfered with at the start and carried wide on all turns, appeared like winning when straightened for home, but swerved under a weak ride and was probably best. Goldone followed the pacemaker closely for six furlongs, then tired and ran unkindly in the stretch after meeting slight interference. St. Rica went well throughout, The Miller is out of place except in sprints. Loyal S. had a scant chance at the start. Filibuster was practically left at the post. Nellie Forest was bid up ana bought by F. W. Doss for $700. Scratched (36533)Breton, 102; (30729)Buck Taylor, 104. Overweights Doreen, 5 pounds. Nellie Forest, show, 8 to 5. Gawaine, show, 4 to 5. Goldone, show, 1 to 2. Loyal 8., show, 3 to 5. Q d. PC A T THIRD RACK Futurity Course. (170 feet less than S-4 mile.) Purse S4C0. , O O tJrxi 6 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St & Y, StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36481 MOCORITO IS 7 109 3 12 li 11 12 J Ranch ETierney 10 10 9 2 36421 TOWER OF CANDLES! 4 104 6 32 22 22 22 Lewis C Young 3-5 4-5 7-101-3 365152SNARK R5 4 109 1 2 33 3 31 Donnelly W L Oliver 10 15 15 5 35445 THE WEAYER R5 3 107 2 42 41 41 4 T Walker H I Wilson 10 10 8 21 365122BOTANY RS 3 99 7 52 5 5 5 L Woods F Edwards 4 41 41 1 36497 DANDY RS 3 102 4 6 68 612 615 Kelly .W H Hammond 30 100 100 30 31164 PANAMINT US 6 112 5 7 7 7 7 Donovan J Creely SO 100 100 40 Time, 1 Winner Ch. m, by Amigo Santa Monica (trained by H. Hamilton). Went to post at 3 :02. At post 3 minutes. Start bad. Won easily; second the same. Mocorito got away in her stride and made most of this advantage, Btealing a long and winning lead on the far turn, which she retained to the end under skillful handling. Her race was a distinct improvement. Tower of Candles broke sideways and up in the air, but went after the leader with her usual brilliant speed and appearod like the winner when straightened for the wire, but failed to stay and apparently dislikes this track. 8nark was lucky throughout and always held third money safe although driving at the end to beat off The Weaver. The latter was closing up strongly after making a wide stretch turn. Botany, practically left, closed a big gap. Scratched 86519 Geyser, 1C9; 36422 Toribio, 104; S65153Montana Peeress, 104. Mocorito. show, 3 to 5. Tower of Candles, show, out. Snark, show, 6 to 5. F0URTH RACBC 1-8 Jrurlong8- PnrS9$0- All ages. Allowances. 365 4- 8 Ind Horses A Wt St M t 3 StrFin Joclceys Owners Q B C f (S6SU1)GKAVJNA B 2 102 3 1 1 li 11 Donnelly G B Morris 4-5 9-107-10 out 364332BEAU ORMONDE R 4 114 1 21 2 23 28 McCue WO'BMacdono'gh2 2 8-5 1-3 36419 IBEDKUS R 2 108 6 31 41 45 31 J Daly W B Jennings&Co30 60 50 10 36510 HUDSON 18 2 96 4 42 S 33 410 W Waldo J L Morgan 1C0 200 200 25 ST. WINIFRIDE 2 97 5 5 6 51 51 Reed W B Sink Jr 4 9 9 11-5 S6388 GERALD INE S. IS 5 112 2 6 52 6 6 Troxler W L Shannon 1C0 300 300 50 Time, 241, 49, 1 :611, 1 :C8i. Winner B. f, by Golden Garter Pink Cottage (trained by G. B. Morris). Went to post at 3:29. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won handily; second easily. Gravina decisively outraced and outstayed Beau Ormonde and won going away. They raced as a team from the start and it was strictly a two-horse race. Beau Ormonde lost ground on the stretch turn and, after displaying a high order of speed, held on with unexpected gameness and is a genuinely improved horse this year. Iredeus is steadily improving, was close up for the first half in spite of the fast pace and, although tiring in the stretch, outstayid Hudson. The latter went unexpectedly well for five furlongs. St. Winifride broke slowly and was evidently not ready. Geraldine S. displayed moderate speed only. Overweights Bean Ormonde, 2 pounds; Geraldine S., 3. Beau Ormonde, show, out. Iredeus. show. 21 to 1. r pr A f FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards. Purse S400. 4-year-olds and upward. O0 04-bl Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36442dKA LION W 6 108 3 21 45 32 35 12 T hums P G Lynch 7 7 7 2 3S5202ROLLICK W 4 105 4 11 1 22 In 2. J Ranch Bnrns&Waterh'se 3-5 4-513-201-4 36445 DIDEROT R 4 109 2 31 21 Ih 21 312 J Daly J P Atkin 10 20 20 4 36165 EL RIO SHANNON R5J 5 108 5 5 5 5 5 42 Donnelly Mrs J Coffey 4 6 6 8-5 36J09 OSO IS 5 106 6 48 h 33 42 5 T Walker F D Black 60 100 100 20 36081 BEANA IS 6 1C9 1 Fell. Battiste E J Arnold & Co 5 5 4 8-5 Time, 211, 501, 1 :161, 1 :421, 1 :45i. Winner B. h, by Deceiver Sea View (trained by J. Whalen). Went to post at 3:54. At post 2 minutes. Start fair. Won easily ; second driving. Sea Lion waited on tho pacemakers to the stretch, wher he made good with a brilliant stretch run and was best, is in great form and was particularly favored by the soft going. Rollick and Diderot forced the pace for six furlongs and tho former was probably still short, but, boing vigorbusly ridden, outstayed Diderot. The latter is generally a non-stayer except in mud, but ran unexpectedly well on a fast track. El Rio Shannon's chances were destroyed on the first turn when Beana fell, and he was pulled up in the last quarter. Oso was close up and going well in hand for six furlongs and made an unexpectedly good showing, although outclassed. The winner was bid up and bought by D. Cox for $300. Corrtcted weights Beana, 109. Overweights Oso, 1 pound. Sea Lion, show, 7 to 10 Rollick, show, out. Diderot, show, 6 to 5. 651X111 KAJ1!; 5-8 31ile Pnrso$00. 2-year-olde. Allowances. 36550 Ind Horses A Wt St H, & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3648420KGAND1E R 112 1 11 11 11 Ih Troxler WO'BMacdon'ugh21 16-516-57-10 36501 23IR HUGH R 107 2 31 31 22 25 T Burns WBJennings&Co 8-5 2 8-5 1-2 (36480)GORGALETE 85 107 3 21 2i 35 35 J Sheehan J D Fitzgerald 20 30 SO 8 S61633POLONIUS W 115 5 51 5" 43 48 J Ranch Bnrns&Waterh'se 21 21 7-5 9-20 LADY RO WELL R 112 6 6 6 6 511 Butler C T Boots 60 200 200 50 V (32258)MA8TEB ' R 107 4 42 41 5h 6 REzell G Lanka 100 400 400 100 Time, 24, 481, 1:011. Winner Br. f, by Orsini Bessie W. (trained by J. H. Shields). Went to post at 4:23. At post 3 minutes. Start bad. Won driving; second easily. Organdie, a quick breaker, set a terrific pace to the stretch, where she drew clear and stood a long, hard drive to tho wire, lasting long enough to beat Sir Hugh. The latter was interfered with at the half and compelled to make a wide stretch turn, but finished strongly. Gorgalete followed the winner's fast pace closely for a half mile and, although tiring in the last quarter, ran a fine race. Polonius, a rater and out of place in sprints, lost ground at the start and in the early running and made a surprisingly bad showing at the end. Lady Rowell had no chance at the start and can do better. Scratched 365013Dentschland, 107. Organdie, show, 1 to 4. Sir Hugh, show, out, Gorgalete, show, 2 to 1, Polonius, show, out. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, IiA., December 4, 1903. Seventh day. Crescent City Jockey Club. x Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track heavy. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitz;erald. No recall flag used. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. ft indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. 36530 FIRST RACE 5 1-3 Furlonjrs. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St & K StrFin Jockeys Ownera O H C P 36 ('32SHOO KLY H 112 6 53 31 11 16 Gannon A Simons 8-5 9-5 8-5 3-5 36)56 PURE DALE 4 lfSl 1 l2 13 33 25 Hoar Mrs L Griffin 10 12 12 5 625 WAR CRY RJ 1C8 5 42 43 21 3 Otis E K Wheeler 6 8 8 21 364J72BROOKSTON II 115 2 21 2h 41 4 W Hicks C A Johnson & Col 4 3 1 36104 PATHOS RS H 8 3 63 6' 2 515 512 T Walsh P J Nolan 20 30 25 7 36526 HEDGE RS 105 4 3h 52 6 6 Helgeseh JAKjle 30 30 20 7 S6526 ROBERT G. LANSING fl 108 7 7 7 7 7 Louden W L Lansing 6 6 5 8-5 Time, 27, 57, 1:17. Winner B. f, by Meddler Flitaway (trained by A. Simons). - Went to post at 2:02. At past 4 minutes. Start poor. Won easily; second the same. Gannon hugged the outside rail and kept Shoo Fly on the path for the entire trip and came away without much effort in the last furlong. Hoar rode a bad race on Pure Dale, had the path in the first quarter, but pulled out in deep going when rounding the far turn. War Cry was in the middle of the-track all the way. Hedge closd a big gap in the first quarter, but stumbled at the far turn and quit. Scratched 36923Shrine, 105. Overweights Pure Dale, 11 pounds. Shoo Fly, show, out. Pure Dal, show, 2 to 1. War Cry, show, evens. Brookston, show, 1 to 2. 3654:0 8EC0ND RACE 7-8 Mile' PnrS6$400- 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 06H9)BHANUY SMASH IB 4 114 6 11 12 li 25 11 Landry J Evans 8" 9 9 3" 36r0723ARNKR R 4 101 8 61 51 3 li 2 Fuller J W Schorr 11-511-52 4-5 365082SCOTCH PLAID R 7 ICS 9 9 9 6" 43 3 Buchanan Mrs C E Durnell 3 3 13-51 35174 KISS QUICK RB 5 1C6 3 31 2 28 31 42 Scully G I Landon & Co 40 60 60 20S (36508)OPT1MO RS 3 103 7 7 61 41 61 53 Robbins H Robinson 5 5 5 2 3G5013H. OF TR ASTAMARERS 7 106 4 8 8 9 7 65 Davisson J U Strode 12 15 15 6 365042UK JOHNSON 7 1C6 5 5M 52 51 7 T Walsh WHFizer&Co 8 10 10' 3 36191TOM KING3LEY RS 7 105 2 43 41 8 9 8 W Hicks C A Johnson & Col2 30 30 10 34870 NANNIE J. 6 ICS 1 2 3 7 8 9 Helgosen S T Hopkins & Co50 60 60 20 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 56, 1 :21, 1 :41. Winner Ch. c, by Ben Strome Mint Julep (trained by J. Evans). Went to post at 2:30. At post 8 minutes. Start good. Won handily ; second easily. Brandy Smash ran a good race and was best ridden. Landry kept him in the good going all the way. Sarner had the path at the post, but Fuller went to sleep and was crowded back in the first sixteenth. His mount was in the heavy going next to the inside rail all of tho last half, was easily the best and, with a good ride, would havo won. Scotch Plaid flnishod with a rush and just managed to get up in time to beat out Kiss Qnick The latter was in heavy going all the way. Corrected weights Nannio J., 106. Overweights Brandy Smash, 1 pound. Brandy Smash, show, 3 to 2. Sarner, show. 1 to 2. Scotch Plaid, show, 1 to 2. 3654:1 THIRD RACE 3-4 Mile. Purso$100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. tnd Horses A Wt St M 1 X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 345 13OPTIONAL R 3 95 8 51 11 21 16 Fuller Curtis & DernhamS 4 I T-5 333298MOBONI R 7 101 1 1 2 31123 Robbins J Arthur ,4 5 5 2 ( 6521)RUSSELLTON R 4 105 7 31 32 li 36 Prince S J Charles 10 15 15 5 36S042BEN FROST R5 7 16S 6 6 53 73 42 Morper E F Smitk 20 20 20 8 335073BOUNDLEE RS 5 100 2 2 42 52 5h l Spencer B Schreiber 4 4 3 3-2 362 03 JOHN POTTER RS 4 103 10 10 10 93 6 Romanelli E W Moore 40 100 100 40 (S6524)CHNTERELLE I 3 95 9 92 9 61 72 D Gilmore Doyle Bros 4 8 8 3 (3032J)SHUT UP I 4 103 5 4" 82 82 83 Helgeson V Hughes & Co 8 16 16 6 38157 PARNASSUS 8 88 4 8 72 10 92 Higgins J W Nixon 15 15 10 4 23570 KABYLE RS 4 101 3 72 6 41 10 Scully F E Fagot & Co 50 100 100 40 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 55, 1 :25. Winner Ch. f, by Albert Option (trained by H. Dernham). Went to post at 3:05. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Optional went to the front while rounding the far turn and easily came away in the stretch run. Moroni cut the corner at tho turn into the homebtretch and outgamed Russollton when it came to a drive. The latter k was on the path all the way and had no mishaps. Boundlee stumbled when nearing the far turn and! dropped out of it. Chanterelle ran a poor race. ' Scratched (36S21)Moabina, 100. Optional, show, 4 to 5, Moroni, show, evens. Russell ton, show, 21 to 1. Boundlee, show, 3 to 5. 1" lrurIonSs- Fso $400. 3-year-olds and upward. 3 6 D 4: 2 F0IHRindicapCE-G Ind Horses A Wt St & jj St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (36195)THE LADY R 5 119 5 11 12 12 11 Buchanan Durnell & Herz 3-2 14-513-59-10 86l9i2JACK DEMUND BI 3 109 3 3 Hi 23 26 Hoar S S Bender 9-106-5 6-5 1-3 (-. 6 176)T RAVERS 5 104 4 21 35 3 310 Haack Mrs M Goldblatt 7 7 5 6-5 365223DR. SCHARFF R 3 100 1 415 425 41s 410 Head J W O'Neall & Co 12 13 13 3 S6506 DEATH US 7 114 2 5 5 5 5 Cogswell H Robinson 20 20 15 4 . Time, 26, 54, 1:22,1:30. Winner B. m, by Kingston Seville (trained by C. E. Durnell). Went to post at 3:34. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. The Lady broke from the outside on the path, was in the good going all the way and was never in trouble Jack Demund was under punishment all through the last quarter and finished gamely under a drive Travers was crowded out in the heavy going on the backstretch and was tiring at the end. Death stumbled when the barrier went up. This put him out of it. The Lady, show, 1 to 3. Jack Demund, show, out. Travers, show, 2 to 5. 5054-3 FIFTH RACE 5-8 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Belling. ' Ind Horses A Wt St H K 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 365273MATHILDE S 98 1 IH U 12 1 Hicks J C Tucker & Co 3 ij !5 710 36492AGNES MACK H 101 3 22 23 23" 26 Fuller S G Morton 1 l l- 36028 ST. VITUS RS 98 2 3 310 35 311 Scully E Jabine & Co 20 '5 25 8 36476FLORA LEVY WS 93 5 41 45 46 45- D Wishard Mrs U S Wishard 20 '0 15 fi 36473 SOLVER R5 101 6 6 6 52 . 510 Helgesen S S Bonder & Co 12 15 15 4 35837ANZEIGER RS 101 4 5U 5 6 6 L Spencer B Schreiber 10 10 lu 6 b 2 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 55. 1 :0&. Winner B. f, by Foul Shot Marjorie (trained by'J. C. Tucker). Went to post at 4:04. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Mathilde showed the most speed at all stages. Hicks kept her on the path and she came away fast when ho w ready. Agnes Mack tired in the last furlong. She was hustled along all tho way St Vitus cut the corner while rounding the far turn and was in the heavy going for the last three furlongs The others were never dangerous. Scratched H64773WatkinB Overton, 104; 36527 Arvensis, 101; 33238 Vestia, 93. Mathilde, show, out. Agnes Mack, show, out. St. Vitus, show, 3 to 1. 3654:4: i-1 Milc aud 70 Yards' Parse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Ind Horses A Wt St X Vi 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (S6504)PRINCE BLAZES U 7 10J 5 Hi 16 110 16 110 Buchanan Durnell & Herz -5 ?5 i-s nnt 36191 FLANEUR HI 4 102 6 21 23 28 2 21 D Gilmore J Maiden 10 12 12 ? 36504 FLOP RB 1 107 1 81 55 31 33 36 Helgosen U Z DeArman 5 7 36523BEAN RS 4 97 3 51 42 56 4 46 D Wishard WS Laird '0 40 40 10 365213CEYLON RS 5 102 9 73 72 6" 6 52 Scully W Walker ?0 25 2? R 36505MARY MOORE RS 4 97 8 31 32 43 5 60 w Hicks Mrs A D Worlev 2i ?a r 36524 ECOME RS 6 112 4 41 61 71 H 78 R Steele H Morgan ! Co '0 30 0 10 35836JOE COLLINS R 4 97 2 62 8 85 86 810 H Gilmore A J Wallace 30 50 50 12 35558 SARAGAMP W 4 102 7 9 9 9 9 9 Prince S J Charles varies '0 o 40 40 40 40 in 10 Apprentice allowance. Time, 28, 55, 1 :25, 1 :56, 2 :00. Winner B. g, by Blazes Bettie Prince (trained by C. E. Durnell). Went to post at 4:35. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second drivine Prinrn R1nH outclassed his field and ran under restraint all the way. Flaneur was hustled along for the first half in trying to catch the leader and was tiring at the end and was under a hard drive to stall off Flon The latter finished strongly and would have been second in a few more strides. Saragamp in heavv b v was " iiouvj going all the way. So were Bean and Ceylon. Scratched 36521 Right Bower, 102; 36189 Swordsman, 105; 361752Leenja, 90 Flaneur, show, evens. Flop, show, 1 to 2. 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