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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, December 10, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902121001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, December 10, 1902 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  VOL. VIII, ISO. 295, CHICAGO, WJD3r:ESDAY, DECEMBER 10 1902. FKIOE 5 CE3STTS Will Owners Outlaw? WILL OWNERS OUTLAW? Foolish owners, indeed, will any be who allow themselvea to be induced to ran their horses at the proposed outlaw meeting: at Newport. There is abundant opportunity to race all the thoroughbreds in this country over legitimately conducted race tracks and all owners who race their horses at Newport will do so with their eyes wide open to the eertainty that there' will be no future reinstatement for them when the outlaw tracks hare cone to the wall, as in the long run they must go. Other outlaw tracks there have been that enjoyed prosperity for a time, but they fell before the sentiment that, lacing conducted solely for gambling purposes, is a nuisance to be suppressed and tho present case is not likely to meet any different fate. It will be wise for owners who may have thought of risking banishment from the authorized and legitimately conducted tracks for a doubtful prospective gain, to take a little time in which to consider their own position when the proposed outlaw racing comes to an end. as it assuredly will. Outcasts from racing they will then deservedly be and such they will hopelessly remain . . . St. Cuthbert Injured ST. Ul'HBKBT IlfJURKD. 8t, Cuthbert, entered in the third race, ran away in his warm up and tore a piece out of his shoulder. He was excused, all bets declared off and twenty minutes given for a new book. Barrack, entered in the sixth race for $700, was bid up to $1,200 by A. Simons, and bid in by owners. The stewards today made the following report ancl ruling: "After a thorough investigation of the last two races of the horse If You Dare, wo find that the riding of T. Walsh in the races referred to has been unsatisfactory, and we suggest that the jockey mentioned be ordered not to accept any engagements for the present." Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Turfmen who have just returned from England say that the great rivalry between W. C. Whitney and J. R. Keene will create no ond of interest over there next season. Both of these American millionaires have been strengthening their English stables during the last few months and will strive for, honors in some of the most important stakes to be run on the English tracks. Six weeks ago Mr. Keene sent from this country several two-year-olds and a dozen yearlings in the care of trainer Matt Allen, who will have entire charge of the Keene horses in England. With the engagement of jockey Lucien Lyne at a salary of $20,fC0 a year to ride on the other side, Mr. Keene completed arrangements for what he intends to be a most successful campaign. Mr. Whitney recently secured "Skeets" Martin to ride on tho British tracks for him noxt year and his trainer, John Huggins, already has a string of high-class racers under his wing, including H. B. Duryea's Acefull. Mr. Whitney has made several purchases of valuable Enulish broodmares recently and has spared no expense to make his stable there more formidable than ever before. Both the Whitney and Keene stables wi 1 be conducted on strictly American lines, which will make their performances all the more interesting to turfmen in this country. C. A. Draper, who purchased Major Daingerfield, winner of the Lawrence Realization Stakes, the Brooklyn Derby and other big events this year, when the McLewee stable was disposed of, says that the famous son of Handspring Mon Droit has entirely recovered from the cut on his knee received in the Brighton Derby, when, conceding weight to HyrJhen, the latter beat him in sensational style. Mr. Draper also doclaros that Major Daingerfield is now as sound as a dollar and that his trainer, who was with Matt Allen for a dozen years, believes that the colt will never show the effect of the injury. Mr. Draper will enter the colt in some of tho more important long-distance races next year, in-eluding the Woodlawn Vase. It is also probable Major Daingerfiald will be nominated for the Brooklyn, Suburban and Brighton Handicaps, in which event ho is likely to receive top weight along with Hermis in the official allotment. Her-mis and Major Daingerfield did not meet Iait season, but that they were tho two best three-year-olds, with Hyphen almost on tho same piano with them, was the prevailing opinion among conservative turfmen. Mr. Draper, who is an official of tho New York, Ontario fc Western Railroad, will probably have colors exactly the reverse of those usad by McLewee fc Co. Instead of "white, red star, collar, cuffs and cap," Mr. Draper's colors will be "red, white star, collar, cuffs and cap " Ho will also race Fair Rosalind, a sister to Gold Heels, and a yearling filly, Sonoma Belle, by Star Ruby Sonoma. According to a Cincinnati exchange, Sam Hil-dreth. who has the remnants of his powerful stable at Montgomery Park in winter retirement, expects to race in the east again next year. Hildreth has recaived assurances of a semi-official- character -that a license will be issued to him, and to this end he is looking over the racing field in order to muster together a formidable array of horses with which to battle with the millionaires of the metropolitan tracks. Not since 1900 havo Hildreth's colors been seen on eastern race courses. His witl drawal in that section, while not forced by official action on the part of the Jockey Club, was generally understood to be the result of his fight with John E. Madden during that year, when Hildreth was training for W. C. Whitney. It has been stated that Hildreth was notified in a roundabout way that he had better not apply for a trainer's license in the east for fear of being refused. A letter from W. S. Vosburg, official handicapper of the Jockey Club, however, gives Hildreth assurance that he will be welcomed back, and it is thought that the Jockey Club has deemed the punishment thus far inflicted on the well-known trainer as sufficient. Hildreth has recently visited New Orleans and looked over the racing material there. Since his return he hits intimated that McChesney may be seen running on eastern tracks in his colors ' in 1903, which leads turfmen who have followed the sale of some of Hildreth's horses to Durnell & Herz j to believe that Hildreth has never sold a controlling interest in tho crack three-year champion of the west. Tho real facts in the Lester Reiff matter have been a long while leaking out, says an oastern exchange, but timo and tongues after long silence have at last unraveled the mystery. Few disinterested people have believed that the Do Lacy ride was the only incident in Reiff's career that prompted the action of the English Jockey Club in refusing him a license. Like the action of the Jockey Club in the Riley Grannan case, when the ostensible reason for action was a $500 present to jockey Taral, there has been more behind the English Jockey Club's action with regard to Lester Reiff than appeared on the surface. A gentleman who has beon a close friend of the jockey, a man whose standing has never been questioned, has at last unenrthed the facts which prompted the official action against Reiff. In justice to the latter, there has been no fraud proved, but an anomalous state of affairs to the English Jockey Club looked unhealthy, hence its action. When Lester Reiff was summoned before the English Jockey Club in the coarse of the investigation as to his ride on the Whitney colt Da Lacy, a finanoial statement of his accounts was laid before him. It was shown, it is roported, that he had not collected a dollar of his alary from W. C. Whitney and his other employers. That in addition to these amouats outstanding, ho had ontside mounts yet uncollected, which swelled the totals of the outstandings into closo to $20,000. Yet, in spite of this money owing him, he had $95, C00 (19,000) in bank. These figures were submitted to the jockey by the English Jockey Club stewards, and he was asked if they were correct. Then followed still another and most pertinent inquiry of all. Reiff was asked point blank how he got the $95,C0O in spite of the fact that he was not drawing a dollar of his earnings. The jockey, it is alleged, would give his tribunal no satisfaction whatever, but flatly sulked and vouchsafed no information. Then followed the Jockey Club's action. . The race track situation in'Kansas City promises to be more strained than was first suspected. At present tho prospects are that in the near future the city will have two one-mile race tracks, which will be operated in opposition. At a meeting recently of the promoters of the rival tracks efforts toward a compromise proved unsuccessful and a merger seems less likely than formerly. Both sides assert that their respective sites have been purchased and that ground will be broken very soon. The company in which Ed Corrigan, C. 0. Christie, W. A. Rule, E. F. Swinney, Alexander Fraser and others are interested, will build its track southeast of the city, while the other company, which is is known as the Fairmount Jockey Club, will construct its track on a site adjoining Fairmount Park. Matt Byrnes is the latest of the old-time American trainers to leave this country for the other side. Pincus, Huggins, Wishard and others have won renown in England, and now Byrnes, the former trainer of the great Salvator and many other famous horses, will go to the continent in the early spring, according to a report from tl.e east, to train a string of horses on his own account. Byrnes has an establishment at Eatontown, N. J., and in the last few years his colors have been seen on several thoroughbreds of some quality. The "red, black stripes," flashed in front on numerous occasions, just as tho colors for which Byrnes trained years ago were continually successful. That Byrnes leaves for England is a matter of regret to American horsemen, but all will wish him good fortune in his attempt abroad. Strange as it may seem, the English steeplechase game is now deteriorating, according to advices from that country, while tho racing associations on this side have increased all their offerings for events through the field for the coming season. The London Mail takes occasion to say: "There seems to be a reason such as it is for the overcrowding of the jumping fixture list of 1903. A constant complaint is that the game is overdone. For years the supply of horses has been unequal to tho demand, and practical mon are agreed on the necessity for curtailing the number of meetings, urging that only by a liberal reduction in quantity can the sport be improved." T. H. Buckley, of the firm of Buckley & Bailey, passed through Chicago to his home at Walla Walla, Wash., yesterday. The firm shipped their stable, consisting of such good performers as Huntressa, Jim Clark, Toddy and five others to New Orleans for the winter campaign. Mr. Buckley goes to his home for the holidays, then to New Orleans for the early spring campaign. Senator J. S. O'Brien, who has been for years a prominent figure on the western turf, expects to confine his operations entirely to the eastern turf in the future, following the example of his strong competitor of tho west, John W. Schorr. Senator O'Brien's entire stable in training is being wintered at Gravosend, about twelve in all. His trainer recently went to the homo farm in Minnesota to look over the young stock there, and will take along a number of those for training at Gravesend track early in the spring. mmm Memphis Stakes MEMPHIS STAKES. Elsewhere in this issue appear the conditions of eight stakes offered by the very much alive New Memphis Jockey Club, which will be decided at its spring meeting of 1903, and also the conditions of the Tennessee Derby and Tennessee Oaks of 1901. Concerning these stakes Secretary M. N. Macfarlan says : "We wish to draw your i attention to the increase in the value of the purses and four of the stakes" No purse will be offered with less than $106 added and handicaps will havo $500 added. This club was about the first club in the west to adopt the added money system to stakes, and we think to Memphis is due some of the credit of the advance in value of the stakes in the west. In twenty-one days racing last spring the New Memphis Jockey Club distributed $73,215, an average daily distribution of $3,485.42 and this should be increased to about $3,800 a day this coming spring. Horsemen never had a better friend than the Memphis Club. It is the intention of the management to make jumping races one of the features of the meeting, if enough jumpers can be induced to coma to Memphis. Thet . Cotton Steeplechase Stakes is increased in value from $1,C00 added to $1,500 added, and should be worth about $2,500; the Montgomery Handicap from $2,C03 to $2,500 added, and in addition the club will also give a silver cup to the winner, this stake should be worth, independent of the cup, $1,5C0; The Memphis Stakes (for two-year-olds) increased from $1,000 to $1,590 added and should be worth to the winner $2,500. The distance is five furlongs. The Tennessee Oaks for 1904 is increased from $1,500 to $2,000 added, and this stake should be worth $3,000. Quite a good stake for a Ally in the west. "Of the others of the stakes that will close January 3d, the added money remains the same. They are the Tennessee Derby, $3,000 added, to be run iu 1904, estimated value $7,000. The Gaston Hotel Stakes, for two-year-olds, colts and geldings, four furlongs : and the Ardelle Stakes for two-year-old fillies, four furlongs. Both of these stakes have $1,000 added, and should be worth $2,200 each. The. Hotel Gayoso Stakes is for three-year-olds, one mile, and has $1,000 added. This stake will be decided the latter part of the meeting, and is a consolation race for those beaten in the Derby and Oaks, and for those that were not eligible to either would also be an excellent try-out for the' Kentucky Derby, as the winner would not take up a penalty. The conditions of the Kentucky Derby make the winner of a three-year-old race of the value of $1,500 carry five pounds penalty. This race is made with the idea of avoiding this penalty. The Peabody Hotel Handicap has $1,000 added, one and one-eighth miles, estimated value $2,500, and the Tenne-see Brewing Company Stakes, selling, $1,000 added, seven-eighths of a mile, estimated value $2,500. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TUBF. Carter Hall, son of Frank Hall, who at one time was a member of the well-known firm of Davis & Hall, has Bigned to train a stable of horses in Austria next year. He will leave for tho other side early in February. Colonel McCalmont refused an offer of $30,000 for St. Maclou recently. He said that twice that figure would not purchase the son of St. Simon. Eddie Cassin has sold the two-year-old Rankin to Ed Trotter. The terms called for $600 cash and $50 out of the first purBe. Col. H. D. Mclntyre, secretary of the Brooklyn Jockey Club, is ill, though not afflicted with a serious malady. Jockey Rice has been engaged to ride for the Featherstone Stable at the present New Orleans meeting. During the year Liverpool had nino days' racing and the added money alono amounted to $105,000. Page  IILYBAGINGFDBi I8BUSD ZTBBY DAY, WESTERS JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN OmOIAL ORGAN OT THE WESTBBN JOCKEY OLTJB, tared In tho Post Office at Chicago as second olan matter A. Daily Reflection of the American Turf bj Telegraph. DAILY EACING FOBM PUBLISHING CO. Editor and Pbopkietok, F. H. Bmnraui. Associate Editor Gmhton 0. Bilht, Sbobetabt, Mbo. F. H. 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Frank Mulkern, 3rd & Grand Avenue. Chicago, Illinois, December 10. 1902. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Fred Eshner, known as " Philadelphia Fred," was among the arrivals at New Orleans recently. Eshner, in the days of Guttenburg, was a power in the racing world. Heat one time raced the Keystone Stable, which numbered among its inmates that good little horse Masterlode. Eshner was one of the first men in the country to pay attention to the warm-ups. He won over $100,000 one season, but afterward met with reverses. Fortune has smiled on him once again, and ho is now rated as one of the heaviest operators in the ring on the Metropolitan circuit. The following is a list of Charles Ellison's yearlings now quartered at Montgomery Park, i Memphis, Tenn: Yestinia Belle.Jch. f, by Cayuaga Golden Reel. Chestnut colt, by Kingston Wantage. Bay colt, by Water Level Yigilette. Bay filly, by Belvidere Lizette. Bay colt, by Belvidere Crotchet. Bay colt, by Belvidere Lady Hawkstono (fall brother to Joe Froy). Chestnut colt, by Albert Anabol. Bay colt, by Esher Santa Bosa II. The; unnamed Albert Anabol colt is the most expensive youngster in the Ellison barn, and Ellison paid $3,600 for him after spirited bidding at an eastern sale. The least expensive is the Belvidere Lizette filly, for which $550 was paid. 'Pittsburg Phil" Smith is back in New York and is at the Hotel Imperial, his old stamping grounds. It is said today that the famous plunger had won upward of $200,000 this season on the turf, which it is claimed was his bast. When asked recently about his reported heavy winnings Mr. Smith said that up to the fall meot-ingat Gravesend he was a big loser, but after that he was lucky enough to pick several fairly long shote. " Billy" Karrick's success at New Orleans with Tom Maybin. Sweet Alice and other good horses is a matter of congratulation to his many friends on the metropolitan tracks, where he has been somewhat unsuccessful all season. Karrick thought Tom Maybin was a great colt in tho spring, but his bad leg caused the trainer to lay him up for the greater part of the summer. Now he promises to be a useful colt, and may repay the care which Karrick has takon with him. B. H. McCarter Potter, owner of the Pequest Stud in New Jersey, will broed Merry Thought, the dam of Merry Acrobat, which was recently purchased by him at Lexington, to Buck Massie. Merry Thought's sire, Pirate of Penzance, is a son of Prince Charlie, while Buck Massie, by Hanover, is out of Triana, also by Prince Charlie, which makes Mr. Potter's experiment of interest to students of breeding. Merry Thought is in foal to Handspring, the sire of Merry Acrobat. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. Winnie O'Connor has decided to abandon he saddle for the rest of the winter and spend the time before his departure for France on the stage. Ho has received ah offer of $300 a week for a short act in a variety company, and has announced his willingness to accept the engagement. Vandusen will remain at New Orleans until February 19, when he will go to New York to take pas-sago for Budapest. He weighs 123 pounds now and has no idea of attompting to do any riding while in this country. Frank Van Motor has bought a half interest in the two-year-old colt, Incubator, by Ingoldsby My Chick. T. P. Hayes paid $7,500 for Incubator last year. Van Meter will train him this season. John E. Madden has bought of Algernon Dain. gerfield, Washington, D. C, tho seven-year-old chestnut maro, Lady Violet, a half-sister to Myrtle Harkness, the dam of Acefnll. Cap and Bells II., winner of tho Oaks last year, and owned by J. B. Keeno, ip to be sent to the stud. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORai. The form of Wednesday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Irene Mac, Tom Maybin, Brookston. Second Race Herodiado, Clorita, John Peters. Third Race Banish, Tour, Right Bower. Fourth Race Bolvino, Golden Bule, Wealth. Fifth Bace Leviathan, Chickadee, Scotch Plaid. Sixth Eace Smile, Little Scont, Sarner. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. Apprentice allowance. Runs well in mud. First Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-old?. 8elling. nd. norses. Age. Wt. Hdcp. (3656S)Tom Maybin (.... 108 695 36556 Cologne II 107 ... . 625 36539 Brookston .........105 690 35627 Floyd K... ....104 670 36543 Solver 104 ... 650 (S6577)Ireno Mac ffr ...103 700 865719 Hdge ....101 660 36577 Suburban Queen ..101 675 36WFlorestan ....100 690 85229Zealotry 98 675 365562Aurie B .... 98 675 jMy!... 96 680 Second Race 6-8 Mile. 3-jRar-olds and upward, Allowances, (36J91)Carl Kahler 4... .114 690 36118 Clorita ... 4.. ..114 715 (S653MJobn Peters .... 3. ...112 705 36iS52Jim Clark 4 109 70S 36129 Okla ... 3.... 109 675 SSVtt Frank Kenney ... 4 ...109 690 (S599X) Herodiado ... 3.... 104 725 J512 1 Jane Holly 3 .... 101 675 (S5552)Bodlam .... 3.. ..101 650 ! Third I&mjo 1 1-16 Milie. 3-yeir-olds and upward. Salllnc. 36564 John Potter 4. ...103 675 3S590 Right Bower ... 5... .105 685 S6m Tour .... 4.. ..103 700 S6580 Banish ... 6.. ..103 725 S6541 ShutUp. .... 4....10S 675 36498 Anchor. .... 5....103 665 36579 Georgia Gardner .... .... 4. ...103 660 36579 Goldaga. .... 3.... 97 670 35435Dr, Love joy. 3.... 89 ......680 Fourth Race 3-4 Slilo. 3-yaar-olds and upward. Highweight Handicap. 3645J2Golden Bulo ... 5.. ..148 715 36455 Belvino .... 4. ...129 723 36389Wealth 4... .128 710 36578 Death .... 7. ...123 75 34525 Antonius . 5 118 700 84403 Basileus .... 8.. ..115 610 38578Worthington .... 3.. ..115 705 28991 False 5....11S 625 36576 Dr. Scharff 3....114 700 36575 Trombone 7....105 700 Fifth Race 1 1-10 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Solllag. (.'.6271)Adelante 4. ...166 95 36580Scotch Plaid. .... 7.. ..105 700 36'0t Annie Lauretta 7 103 665 36471 Cogswell .... 4.. ..103 700 36580 Optimo ... 3.... 98 685 (36579)Flaneur ... 4 ... 98 680 S658C.2Leviathan .... 3.... 93 725 (36588)Chickadee .... 3.... 93 705 Sixth Kaco 7-8 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. 365752Smile 4.. ..115 725 S6521 Eitholin .... 7.. ..115 675 86540 Tom Kingsley ... 7.. ..112 680 36493Little Scout .... 3.. ..112 700 365402Sarner .... 4... .112 685 33919 Lady Alberta ... 3.. ..169 665 38281 St. Tammany .... 8.. ..109 670 Lindi 3.. ..102 36527 Nimble Nag 2.... 94 650 Ingleside Form INGLESIDB FORM. The form of Wednesday's Ingleside fields is: First Race Nullah, Geyser, The Miller. Second Race Little Margaret, Guida, Escarola. Third Race Erema, Mildred Schultr., Axminiter. Fourth Race Ketchiman entry, Water Cure, The Frettor. Fifth Race All Green, Quiz, Pat Morris; ey. Sixth Race Bessie McCarthy, Sea Lion, Frank Woods. Ingleside Form INGUESIDE TORSI. San Francisco, Cal., December 9. Tho horsas eomiog to have the best chances in Wednesday's races are: First Race Filibuster or The Miller. Second Race Mr. Dingle or Little Margaret. Third Race Mildred Schultz or Axminstar. Fourth Rsco ffarte Nicht or Ketchiman entry. Fifth Race Quia or Sugden. Sixth Race Galanthus or Diderot. H. Forsland. Ingleside Entries INGLESID35 ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weathor cloudy; traek heavy. Runs well in mud. First Kac Futurity Course. (17? feet less than 3-4 mile.) 3-yoar-olds and upward. Unlling. Ind. Hursos, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 36585 Searchlight 7....1C9 705 21621 ElPiloto 4 ...104 710 31759 Hilarity ; 5. ...104 7C0 355953 filibuster ... 8.. ..104 715 S6497 Ragnarok II 4 ...104 705 3S5V72Nullnh 5... .104 725 36519 Geysr 8.. ..104 720 16546 The Miller 6 ...1P4 715 Tom Tinker 8.. ..104 36481 Par.ifal ... 4.. ..104 710 Trov. eb. g, by Shannon Lulu IV 5.. ..104 36557 Homage 4.... 104 715 Second R&ce 5 1-3 Furlongn. 2-year-olda. Soiling. 36510 Little Margaret ....109 725 36335 J H. Bsnnett K8 705 365.',9 Mr. Dingle ....188 715 S67 Guida ...185 720 .W98 Ecarola ....105 715 36131 Ph5t 105 700 56I9S Sir Preston 105 710 36498 Gillie ....105 691 35573 Iras 105 700 Tarrigan, b.g, by Trentola Glen Ellen 102 Crfl9dmore.br. c, by Foul Shot or Service Maria Foster 102 Third Kacs 3-4 Mile. 3-jear-old3 and upward. Selling. Ind. HorsoM. Age. Wt. Hdcp. (36515)Axminster 3....1C.J 735 (.TSJMildred Schultz.... .... 3 ...109 740 8606 Wachusett 7.. ..109 710 30141 Sol Lichtenstein 3.. ..108 ......735 36547 Botany ... 3... .106 730 36 72 Erema 4.. ..104 TO 30S26 Duke of Richeliou 3.. ..104 700 36571 Estado .... ... 3.. ..104 720 36557 Montana Peeress 3 ... 99 725 Fourth Race 1 Mile. All ages. Haudicap. (36582)tKonilworth ... 4.. ..120 750 S6572 The Fretter ... 8. ...109 735 36518jIIlowaho .v.. .... 3.. ..108 730 '-" J651S Lord Badge 3.. ..105 . 735 350 Water Onre 5 103 740 3648 Warte Nicht 2.... 84 ..... 'Mo fW. H. Ketchiman entry. Fifth Kaoi-Futurity Gonna. (170 feet less than 8-4 mile.) 4-year-olds and upward. Selling, 36572 All Green .... 4 . 112 72! (WSOPatMorris.ey .... X.:..169 """m 'y,ni"TT- 6109 715 86535 Fionnel II 5....1f9 705 C6V71)Quii: .... 4.. ..109- !!!!.. 720 31169 Educate 4 104 700 S6571 Dollie Wiethoff 6.. ..104 "!!!!715 365332Ama!(a 7 104 71 f 34277 Hutch Miller 4. . 10 705 35768 Lecturer 4... .102 700 Sixth R&oe l l-s Miles. 3-year-olds and npward. Selling. 36574 Sea Lion. .... 6.. ..114 740 (36!;46)Nellie Forest .. 4.. ..107 7?o S65742AntoIeo .... 4 107 75 36465 Frank Woods 5.. .".107 735. 3657?3Didefot .... 4 107 7S5 (36479)Castke ... 7... .105 'S,7r?S?i0 McCarthy .... ... 3....102 750 (!6c61)Galanthus .... 4 98 720 NOTICE. Persons transacting businoss with this newspapa' are earnestly requested to make out all drafti. checks or money , orders uniformly to the order of Daily Baoing Borm, Publishing Co. Similarly correspondents and other persons who may have occasion to commrluicate with Daily Baoing Form on matters pertaining to such topics as are traatod Bcsonldnvariably address Pailt CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Suite 34, 84 E. Adams St. Specials and Correct Handicap Figures nvircd daily from our experts at Ingleside. Office Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Terms: $1.00 Per Dny ; $4.00 Weekly. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to and Sheets Delivered Anywhere in the City by Special Messenger. We put another bunch of hot ones over the plate Tuetday. BYRONERDALE, 4-!, Spicial. BUKE OF YORK, 8-5, a gincU. SAD SAM, l-i.Ssccial. GOLD BELL, 7-5, Easy Money. MALASPINA, 3-1. Both Ways. WEDNESDAY we will cut loose a long shot that will surprise everybody by his sudden improvement over his recent races. Also for sale at news stand southeast corner Clark and Madison sts. RACE TRACK Information Bureau Xstublished in 1893. SUITE 500, 263-260 DIAKBOBN ST. 'Phone Hurrlunn 3S89. 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However, a word to the wise is sufficient and a look into our past is our best recommendation. TERMS $1 DAILY ; $4 ANT SIX DATS. Delivered to any city address before 12 o'clock. Wired at 10 a.m. For sale at news stands south-east and northwest corners Clark and Madison 8ts. WOULD TOU BEAT THE RACKS? Wo will give a few discreet parties our (copyrighted) plan for doing it I FREE I Address AaareSS in ln STfilCT BUSINESS CONFIDENCE. JUT SY3MSM" oo., New Orleans, La. Page  New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, I.A., December 9, 1902. Eleventh day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting, Weather clear ; track heavy on inside, good on outside. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No recall flag used. Racing: starts at 2:00 p. m. ft indicates whip, 5 spurs, 1 blinkers. FIRST HACE 5-8 MIle Purse 5400, 2yoar-oldB. Fillies. Allowances. 3 6 5 8 T Ind Horses A Wt St & Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3Bo2y liATUKA I 110 2 1" 12 14 1H Hoar E Jabine & Co 10 10 7 24 36397 ATHLANA ft 107 3 34 31 2" 21 Pickering F M Kelly 24 24 7-5 3-5 365672PRIDE OF GALORE ft 107 7 2H 22 3 3" Helgesen HWWalden&Sons24 3 3 1 363443QLORIA MUNDI ft 103 4 54 51 61 4 Foley E E Farley 50 100 100 30 31489 HELEN HAY ft 103 9 9 62 54 5 H Michaels J C Tucker & Co 50 100 100 SO (365S9)SHOO FLY ft 107 8 8 7 7 63 Gannon A Simons 24 4 4 6-5 3656S3AGNES MACK ft 103 5 43 43 44 7 Fuller 8 G Morton 15 20 20 6 32107 FLOEIA RS 103 1 7 8 8 8 Davisson J U Strode 50 100 100 30 350843ENHANCE ft 107 6 64 9 9 9 Goodyear R E Watkina 50 100 100 30 Time, 25, 51:P4. Winner B. f, by Henry of Navarre Lasca (trained by E. Jabine). Went to post at 1 :59. At post S minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second driving. Latuka had an outside position at the post, displaytd the most speed throughout and Hoar kept her in the good going: all the way. Athlana began slowly, but finished fast on the inside of the leaders and outgamed Pride of Galore when it came to a drive. The latter was used up chasing the winner in the first half and tired when called on in the final furlong. Shoo Fly ran a poor race. Scratched S64922Shrine, 110. Latuka, show, evens. Athlana, show, out. Pride of Galore, show, 2 to 5. Shoo Fly, show, 1 to 2. SECOND RACE 1 Mile. Purse S400. 3-year-olds. Selling. 36588 Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36532CHlt KADEE I 102 2 14 1H 12 11 U4 W Hicks Katfteld&Ownbey 10 12 12 4 S6508SCOM'R FORSTER 104 6 26 2H 2U 21 23 Robbins J VY Schorr 1 1 3-5 1-3 (36555)ATHEOLA W 100 3 44 43 3 32 33 H MichaelsJ A Kyle 5 7 7 8-5 36551 MODERATOR ft 103 5 64 34 45 40 4 Neeley Mrs M C Lyles&Co30 30 30 12 365792LEENJA ft 97 4 33 53 54 53 53 Bridwell P J Nolan 10 13 13 4 36491 INSPECTOR SHEA ft 108 8 8 7 64 7 6 Fuller J J McCarthy 6 8 7 2 36552RAYOUEN ft 95 7 51 64 7 62 7 W H Wood I Gillham 50 50 50 15 36523 DODIE 8. 102 1 7 8 8 8 8 Helgesen S G Morton 10 15 15 4 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 5S, 1 :20, 1 :48. Winner B. f, by Sir Modred or Duncombe Sabilla (trainod by J. Ownbay). Went to post at 2 :30. At post 3 minutes. Start good for all but Inspector Shea. Won easily ; second the same. Chickadee cut the corner at the first turn and went to the outsido at the turn into the back-stretch, showed the most spaed all the way and was never in trouble. Commissioner Forster had no mishaps, was in good going all the way and was hustled along for the entire journey. Atheola began slowly and closed a big gap on the backstretch, but tired when called on. Inspector Shea was standing sideways when the barrier went up and made up a lot of ground. Corrected weights Dodie S., 102. Chickadee, show, 8 to 5. Commissioner Forster, show, out. Atheola, show, 3 to 5. THIRD RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse S400. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. g Q g 0 Ind Horses A WtSt M Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (36567)SCORPIO 5 110 1 13 i 13 15 Gannon E Trotter & Co 11-511-58-5 1-2 (3655650RDNUNG N 6 110 3 24 2 22 21 Helgesen J W Schorr 7-5 2 9-5 3-5 36458 WEALTH W 4 110 4 38 3" 36 35 Landry H T Oznard 11-524 24 3-5 (26415)RAY S 3 105 2 43 5 45 420 H MichaelsW Durker 20 20 20 6 3185S EL REY US 6 4 110 5 5 4" 5 5 C Wright EDealy&Co 60 100 60 20 Time, 25, 50, 1 M. Winner B. g, by Chorister Zodiac (trained by E. Trotter). West to post at 3 :13. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second driving. 8corpio broke from the outside position at the post, showed the most speed from start to finish and was never in trouble. Ordnuug was hustled "along all the way and had no apparent mishaps. Landry kept Wealth in the lumpy going all the way and rode a slovenly race. The other two were outclassed.' Scratched 16458 St. Cuthbert. 110. - No show batting on first three. 30590 F0DRTH BACB 7"8 M11"' PurS9S400. S-year-olds and upward. 8elling. tod Horses A Wt St M Yt 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36.64 MORONI B 7 105 8 13 12 12 X2 2 Robbins J Arthur S 5 4 365553PIIRCE J. IS 3 1C0 5 4h 34 34 34 22 W Hieks H Robinson 6 8 8 3 (S6564)DEPONAN I 5 107 8 92 72 7 42 !s3 H Booker J W Berthurun 2 24 24 1 36S21 RIGHT BOWER 15 5 107 7 7 52 61 63 4 H MichaelsJ C Tucker & Co 40 60 60 '0 365793FLOP Rl 7 107 1 63 8 8 7 52 Helgesen U Z DeArman 6 10 10 4 36201 CHERRIES HI 4 10 6 8" 24 25 24 61 Pollok Mrs L Griffin 20 30 SO 1' 36541 BODNDLEE MS 5 164 4 21 43 42 52 7 L Spencer B Schreiber 10 15 15 6 (35204)ZACK FORD ft 5 4 107 10 10 10 10 8 83 Goodyear R E Watkins 20 40 40 15 365642LOBD PEPPER 4 107 9 8 9 9 9 9 McCafferty O L Richards 24 3 3 1 36544 BEAN HI 4 107 2 54 64 54 10 10 Scully W S Laird 20 40 40 1 15 Time,26,51,l:19,l:?4. Winner B. h, by Sayre Stephanie, by Macduff (trained by J. Arthur). Went to post at 3:40. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Moroni got away in his stride and Robbins kept him on the path nil the way. He was ridden out all of the last furlong to frtall off Pierce J. and Deponan and easily held them safe. Pierce J. saved ground at the turn into the homestretch, but swerved over to the outside at the. furloDg post when Hicks went to the whip. Deponan began slowly and closed a big gap, but tired when it came to a drive. Cherries was a contender for the first six furlongs, but tired in the stretch run. Lord Pepper could never improve his Dositio pusisio.. Scratched-365653Peat, 107 ; S6564 Irving Mayor, 102. Moroni, show, 3 to 5. Pierce J., show, 6 to 5. Deponan, show, 2 to 5. Lord Pepper, show, 2 to 5. 36501 FIFA1? RinCr5 1-3 Furlonss' Pnrso $400- 2-year-olds. Colts and Geldings. Ind Horses A Wt St & Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36567SGLKNNEV1S ft 112 1 2H 11 2 13 Hoar W Durker 4" 5 5 2 HARRY II 102 10 314 34 31 2 HMichaels MHTichenor&Co 8 8 6 3 (3S266)CANYON II 112 11 71 53 514 33 J Baker G C Bennett & Co 12 15 15 6 (360 01KITTANING IB 117 3 11 22 1H 41 Gannon F M Dick 2 11-52 l 364562k Y SURPRISE flj 114 6 53 42 42 5U Buchanan Durn.ll & Herz 3 34 34 6-5 36028 BURKE COCHRAN ft 109 2 84 81 74 61 Helgosen D L Snow 8 8 7 2 36531 FARMER JIM W 112 4 4" 6 6 71 S Crabb S C Hildreth '40 50 50 20 36472 CINCIN N'ATUS I 112 7 91 92 82 82 PMcGovernT McGovern 15 20 20 8 3654SST VITUS J 109 5 63 74 91 93 Scully E Jabine & Co 40 60 60 20 PRINCE HERMAN US 102 8 102 101 102 101 MulhollandT E Mannix & Co 40 100 100 40 350O8 FLAMBOYANT R 112 9 11 115 112 114 Morpor M Holmes 40 100 100 40 36438 PINEBROOK HS 102 12 12 12 12 12 M Johnson P S P Randolph 40 80 60 20 Time, 24, 50, 1 :12. Winner Ch. c, by Tristan Kentigerna (trained by W. Durker). Went to post at 4:08. At post 7 minutes. Start fair. Won easily ; second the same. Glennevis always held a good position, wore Kittaning down in tho last quarter and came away without much effort in the stretch run. Harry got away tangled up and closed a big gap, but the early effort told at the end and he tired when it came to a drive. Canyon tired as if short, but ran a good race and is worth remembering. Kittaning showed a good order of speed, but tired. The race is sure to improve him My Surprise was in the lumpy going all the way. Glennevis, show, eveni. Harry, show, 3 to 2. Canyon, show, 3 to 1. Kittaning, show, 1 to 2. My Surprise, show, 3 to 5. 36502 SIXTH HACE 1 1-2 Miles' Pnrso S400' 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St St U, Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P " 36a68 BARRACK if 5 112 3 61 6i 61 32 1" 114 Helgesen J F Barrett & Co 2 11-511-54-5 365552COMPASa HS 4 97 7 44 41 43 1h 22 26 Fuller S G Morton 5 6 6 2 365323MARCOS ft 3 102 1 51 51 2 22 3" 3 Gannon H Dernhain 4 8 8 3 365683ERNE ft 3 102 8 3 3" 71 .41 410 410 W Hicks J P Krewer 12 12 10 4 36555 VESUVIA ft 4 97 2 12 12 i 615 54 56 Feicht J Robertson 40 100 108 40 36568LOC WOODS ft 3 92 6 82 81 81 82 74 62 JHGraham C K Burdeau 8 12 12 5 S6555HATTIE DAVIS 3 81 4 21 24 1 54 6 72 Wishard W A Rinehart 50 100 100 40 3655&PAT GARRETT W 6 99 5 71 72 54 71 83 8 Hoffler Mrs W O Joplin 30 40 40 12 365682POTHEEN 5 3 104 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Buchanan Durnell & Herz 24 24 2 4-5 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 53, 1 :22, 1 :50, 2 :1S, 2 -Ai. Winner B. h, by Bersan Fable (trained by W. Nuttl. Went to post at 4:39. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Barrack ran his race today, wore the leaders down while rounding the far turn and came away easily in tho last furlong. Compass ran well and was on the outside path all the way. Marcos saved a lot of ground at the turn into the backstretch. but was under a drive all of the last quarter and was tiring at the end, but had enough left to stall off Erne's challenge. The latter tired when it came to a drive. Potheen was cut off a couple of times and Buchanan had him all over the track. Overweights Lou Woods, 2 pounds; Pat Garrett, 1. Barrack, show, 2 to 5. Compass, show, 7 to 10. Marcos, show, 3 to 2. Potheen, show, 2 to 5t Ingleside Form Chart INGLES IDE FORM CHART. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,, December 9, 1902. Twenty-first day. New California Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. Weather wet; track very heavy. Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, J. J. Holtman. No recall flag used. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. ft indicates whip, 5 spurs, blinkers. 3d Q Q FIRST RACE-Futarity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse 5400. J f) O 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St X. hi X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P" 36545 LOUWELSEA RSI 3 111 10 102 92 6i H T Burns Western Stable 4" 7 7 24 S65S3 JIM BROWNELL S 7 1C9 1 24 54 3 2 Heavenor E Hickox 20 60 60 20 36422 ELKARN HS 4 114 2 4 2h 24 32 Bozeman W H Grissim 10 10 10 4 S6509 RASP l 4 109 12 11 115 71 44 Frawley J Green 7 12 12 5 36569 SAINTLY ft 5 1C9 4 3h 12 in 52 J Ranch G W Cushing 8-517-107-5 7-10 36533 ARTHUR RAY 8 3 109 8 8 7 4 6 Chorn J L Clayton 15 20 20 8" 31756 SLEEPING CHILD 5 3 111 6 73 4 91 72 Stuart J J Moran 15 25 25 10 302892KING HERALD RS 3 111 9 9 102 101 85 J Sheehan Mrs M Grossheim 10 12 12 5 86515 INGO R5 3 106 7 64 81 113 93 Donnelly P J Cooper 0 50 10 4 86422 TORIBIO ft 7 109 S 5H 64 f 104 T Walker C E Murray & Co 6 10 10 4 3C679 KATHERINE ENNIS ft 4 114 5 14 3 82 11 T Knight T Kelly 10 20 20 8 S6548 GERALDINE S. J 5 1C9 11 12 12 12 12 Donovan W L Shannon 60 100 100 40 Time, l:14i. Winner B. f, by Rey El Santa Anita Loola, by Lead On (trained by R. D. Ledgett). Went to post at 2:06. At post 2 minutes. Start straggling. Won handily; second driving. Lou-welsea was unlucky and repeatedly interfered with, but under first class handling picked the best goi"g and finished with a rush and was best. Jim Brownell secured a lucky start and being favored by the going sustained his speed unexpectedly well and finished strongly. Elkarn came along fast when on the good going in the stretch. Rasp closed a big gap. Saintly is a pronounced quitter, but ran well to the stretch. Louwolsoa, show, evens. Jim Brownell, show, 10 to 1. Elkarn, show, 2 to 1. Saintly, show, 2 to 5. 36594: SEC0ND BACK1 Mile- Purse ?400. All Ages. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St & K X StrFin Jockeys Owners U H ; t 365102BYKONERDALE B 2 83 4 3" 24 1 H li Hewitt J Stuart jj 44 18-51 86572 STUYVE B 3 101 3 23 U 28 25 234 Donnelly P M Burch 6-5 6-5 6-5 1-2 365103ESUERIN l 2 80 6 7 65 51 4a 31 Reed J F richorr 4 5 44 7-5 35959 BILL MABSIE ft 4 103 1 424 45 3i 32 45 W Waldo J J McAlester 6 13 13 44 865592dEIZE ft 2 75 2 li 3 42 H 6 L Wilson B Schreiber 6 10 10 3 PLATONIUS HS 2 98 5 54 5t 612 615 615 McKinnon Smith & Co 30 ico 100 20 36559 DELSEGNO J 2 75 7 Si 7 7 7 7 Moran J J Moran 40 60 60 15 Time, 254, 504, 1:17, 1:44. Winner Br. c, by Jim Gore Briganza (trained by W. B. Jennings). Went to post at 2:33. At post 1 minute. Start gootl. Won easily; second the same. Byronerdale is a colt of good class, was bumpd at the start, but quickly went after the leaders and forced the pace through the last half, drawing decidedly clear in the last quarter He is fast and a stayer, but requires strong handling. Stuyve, evideutly a non-stayer, forced the pace in deep goiug and tired ia the final drive. Esharin, away poorly, closed up steadily throughout, finished fast and likes a distance. Bill Massie Btumbled on the turn, but was prominent throughout and ran a good race. Seiza tired after going a half in the worst going under a bad ride. The others are very moderate. Byronerdale, show, 1 to 2. Stuyve, show, 1 to 4. Esherin, show, 1 to 2. Q Q THIRD RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3 4 mile.) Purse $100. O O J KJ O 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St U Yt . StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31905 NED DENNIS I 5 114 7 8 ii 44 li Kelly Piedmont Stable 12 12 12 5 36562 MALA3PINA ft 3 106 6 32 2 U 2h Reed Mallowmot Farm 2 4 34 6-5 36569 FILIBUSTER ft 8 114 5 5i 41 3a 32 Minder S Judge 6 10 10 3 36i473SNARK 5 4 114 4 42 3 24 41 J Ranch W Oliver 4 4 17-56-5 31978 HUNELLO H5 5 114 1 24 514 51 55 Battiste W M Storn 10 20 20 8 36562 PUYLLId ft 3 106 8 74 64 63 62 Donnelly ElPrimero Stable6 6 4 6-5 36442 MONTOYA KB 3 111 2 in H 73 7 Chorn H E Rowe 1 8 20 12 5 86418 CASSIE W. ft 3 1C6 3 6h 71 8 8 T Burns J CNealon 7 10 10 4 Time, 1:14. m Winner B. g, by Apache Juanita (trained by F. McMahon). J Went' to post at 2:58. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second the same. Ned Dennis, fresh and good and particularly favored by the going, trailed to the stretch, where he flashed through nxt to the rail, gaining six lengths on Malaspina and Filibuster, both of the latter swinging hopelessly wide on the stretch turn. Malaspina finished gamely, but swerved into deep going at the end. Filibuster was ridden with bad judgment the last ten lengths in the stretch turn and received a weak finish. Snark broke flatfootod aud forced the pace, but went very wide on the turn, swerved badly in the -last quarter and dislikes u eight. Sunello shownd speed for a half, but was short. Phyllis got away very badly and was in deep going throughout. Montova belongs elsewhere, but is in very good form. Scratched S657l30scarTolle, 117; 3657o3Phil Archibald, 112; 36515 Mike Murphy, 111; J6317 Nannie Nolan, 109. Ned Donnis. show, 11 to 5. Malaspina, show, 1 to 2. Filibuster, show, 3 to 2. Snark, show, 3 to 5 Phyllis, show, 3 to 5. ' -3 K Q FOURTH RACE-Slmrt Course. (About 1 1-2 Miles.) Purse 5400. tJ J O J 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Steeplechase. Ind Horses A Wt St 3 6 9 12 StrFin Jockeys, Owners O H C P " 36534 DUKE OF YORK IS 7 14i 3 15 15 12 n x 115 Wallace I Morehouse 8-5 8-5 7-5 S6443 RAINIER ft 6 129 2 32 8 3253 212 50 Cairns G Roberts - 15 15 1 fU S6570 OLINTHUS HS 6 140 4 4 4 212 28 3 3 Mattier H W Rike 2 2 3-2 JEM MACE ft 7 180 5 21 21 4 Refused. G Wilson H L Shannon 15 20 '0 4 21069 GRANGER 85 10 140 1 Fell. Gaffney S J Jones 4 9 9 o-- 3-' Time, 3:40. Winner Ch. g. by Duke of Norfolk Carmen, by Wildidle (trained by W. Singleton). Went to post at 3:27. At post 3 miuutes. Start good. Won pulled up; second easily. Duke of York fresh and good, led throughout, fenced finely and outclassed the field in the going. He ran as if short and is a good home at steepltchasing. Rainier trailed and came along well at the end and was a lucky second because Olinthus, the chief contender, stumbled and threw his rider at the last hurdle a furious from the finish. The latter was seriously handicapped in the heavy track and may reverse this runnine on fast, dry going. He was remounted and finished out. ' Scratched 36570 Corrillo, 130. Duke of York, show, out. Rainier, show, 3 to 5. Olinthus, show, out. 36597 F1FIH KALE-5 1-8 PurlollS' Parse $400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt t M K & StrFin Jocheys Owners (J h (J F 36aS8GOLD BELL W lt8 1 41 Si . T " 1 burns J F Schorr 6-5 ft-'i r 1 9 ; 365013DEUT3CHLAND Rl 105 4 li 1 li 2 J Ranch B Schreiber 3 3 l7 in 3I9502THE FOG ft 112 2 24 23 35 312 Kelly W B Sink Jr 24 18-51f 36538 JOCKEY CLUB ft 108 5 620 4 42 42 Frawley W Fisher 100 150 Wo k S6550 MASTER 102 3 31 52 5 57 R Ezell G Lanka 50 fin 36182 GLADYS BELL BS 105 6 51 63 63 61 W Waldo A Coffuy 20 40 40 8 16i74 0RSIUS ft 105 7 WOBMacdonough20 20 T.7mo72r 750 .0Tiroxler 10 3 Winner Ch. c, by Goldcrest Heatherbetle (trained by J. F. Schorr). Went to post at 3:56. At post 4 miuutes. Start straggling. Won driving; second easily Gold Bll was outrun in the first half, but closed up steadily under a vigorous ride and just got up in time to bait Deutschland. The latter was pumped out into the lead too early, displaying amazing spaad aafi improvement and was best. The Fog, evidently short, was a sharp contender, but began to tire rieht at the end and will easily beat this kind from now on. Master showed a good turn of spsed ' Orsius wa practically left. Scratched S6tl92Arabo, 115; 36501 Oakingtan, 105; 36573 Iras, 105; 36198 Gillie, 102: 36431 Phvr in' Gold Bell, show, 1 to 6. Deutschland. show, 1 to 4. The Fog, show, 3 to 5. 7 1 ' 36598 SIXTH KACE34 Mile' aisa $400 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. : Ind" Horses A Wt St M. Yt & Strain Jockeys Owners O H C P 36U82SAD SAM ft 4 lu7 5 2 U , r Hums J K Brauuiau 7. i" ,1 f, (36555)GOLDEN LIGHT WS 4 107 1 3i 33 S2 214 J Ranch P E Smith & Co 4 6 5 nX (36502JGLENDENNING ft 3 95 6 li U 2 3i Reed WBS&kJr 34 4 imm 865603MEEHANUS ft 6 103 2 4 48 48 415 Hewitt F W Doss 5 To Jn 9 3656J REY DARE 4 107 4 52 5 1 53 Chorn J C Nealon 60 '00 2ftfi n 36571 BONNIE LISSAK 4 98 3 VlSJ Ez9U & rus iSo 100 IS Winner Ch. g, by Rancocas Heeley (trained by J. H. Brannigan). Went to post at 4:24. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second easily. Sad Sam nd Glendenning quickly raced out in front, forcing a terrific pace, but.Sad Sam aud Burns were avinnin combination, outstaying Ranch and Golden Light at the end after a long hard tussle. The lattnr the worst going throughout and swerving badly, but showed generally improved form and can beat trood ones.. Glendenning showed to good advantage and will be hard to beat from now on. MeehannT. wearing them all down in the last furlong after closing a big gap. The others were far outclaad outclassed. Scratched-(36574)Dunblane, 108; 36572 Erema, 98. Sad Sam, show, 1 to 8. Golden Light, show, 2 to 5. Glendenning, show, 2 to 5. Page  Racing Dates of 1903 RACING DATES OF 190,3. Crescent City J. C. (New Orleans). Jan. 1 March U Ingleside, Cal Jan. 13 Oakland, Cal Jan. 5 Feb. 6 Ingleside, Cal.. Feb. 7 2S Oakland, Cal March 2 New Louisiana J. C. (New Orleans).. ..March 1621 Little Rock, Ark March 23 28 Memphis, Tenn March 30 April 22 Kinloch Park (St. Louis) April 15 May 1 Lakeside, Tnd April 1528 Nashville, Tenn April 23 May 2 Louisville, Ky May 2 19 Fair Association (St. Louis) May 2 June 27 Latonia, Ky.. .-.May 20 Juno 6 Hawthorne (Chicago) May 23 June 5 Harlem (Chicago) June 6 19 Detroit, Mich June 8 20 j Washington Park (Chicago) June 20 July 18 J Delmar Park (St. Louis) June 29 Aug. J2 j Hawthorne (Chicago) July 20 Aug. 1 Harlem (Chicago) Aug. 3 15 Kinloch Park (3t. 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I PMTEI n s c H D I i cise, Comely 1 Ki J j Training News a Specialty I j Off Our Own Presses Be- j g I 124-g 21 1 . fore the Chicago Dailies.! 1 fro mm ; " L - I I GSSASS i y" ' ' inn i.i. r. 'B j I j 1 SUBSCRIPTION PKICX - 1 ONE MONTH, 91.28 f i 1 p SIX MONTHS, 7,50 ONE YEAR, 14001 1 B tff--O A SENI A3 BTSST-COiAfia KM I fr I,. -J Lm m PT ATTf snveope. ... J r ' i HUH i WWWWPfflWllliWiWW'IIIIIW I rilHI il'IH'Ki'l i iH llianw NWI W PWWiMW IWiWittlil'PIWIWhB -r - -j New Memphis Jockey' Club MONTGOMERY PARK Office, No. 2 Cotton Exchange Building - MEMPHIS, TENN. TEN STAKES TO CLOSE JANUARY 3, 1903, FOR SPRING MEETING, 1903, and Tennessee Derby and Oaks for 1904. STAKES FOR 1903. TBE flAKTON HOTEL STAKES, $1,000 4.DDED. (Estimated value $2,200). Subscribed to THE MONTGOMERY HANDICAP, $3,500 ADDED. Estimated value, $i,500. Silver Cnp to by Gaston's Hotel. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds, colts and geldings. $10 to accompany the nomina- Winner. Entrance Free. A handicap sweepstakes for throe-year-old and upward. $50 each, half forfeit tion and $"0 additional to start. $1,GG0 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save or $10 if declared. $2,500 added, of which $350 to second, and $?00 to third, fourth to save stake. In .starting money. Four Furlongs. addition to the stake, the winner will receive a valuable silver cup, donated by the Club. Weights to be THE A KDEL1 E STA Klig, $1 ,000 ADDED. (Estimated value $2,200.) A sweepstakes for two- announced before 9 a. m February 7, and declarations to be made on or before February 21, 1901. All 3-ear-olds, fillies. $10 to accompany the nomination and $W additional to start. $1,000 added, of which aeciarations void unless accompanied by the money. The winner of a race, after the weights are .$200 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save starting money. Four Furlongs. announced, of the value of $500 to the winner, or two races 0f any value (selling purse races excepted), THE MEMPHIS STAKES, $1,500 ADDED. (Estimated value $1,000.) A sweepstakes for mSathan s TfcllHH8 T two-year-o.ds $10 to accompany'nomination and $50 additional to start $t 500 Uled of which $200 to Key Ctab Stffifi'r&S toWuTO t0 b WeStem second and $1C0 to third, fourth to save starting money. 3 lbs. below the scale. Penalty A winner of thw ppninnr nnTin , . -. . , , a race of the value of $t,X0 to the winner, 3 lbs. (selling excepted). ALLOWANtESNon-winners of . "? J?DT H51lEI' HANDICAP, tl.000 ADDED. Estimated value, $2,500. Subscribed two races of the va ue of $303 each, or one of the value of $500 (selling race, purse and stake excepted) :? Dy u u , f1?61, n.rnc? h'Ba- A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward, allowed 5 lbs.; maidens 10 lbs. Five Furlongs. 50 eacb, naif forfeit, or $10 if declared on or before April 9. All declarations void unless accompanied woVft uJ moey. $1,000 addod, of which $200 ito second, and $100 to third, fourth to save stake. Weights thtt THE HOTEL OAlOMi r ayoso STAKBis, STATCKS i i .ooo ooo ADDKD. ADDKD fR!timflffid (Estimated vlnn value 52,000.) W ram SnPribnH bubsenbed tn to ba to announced t. two days before the race. Winners of a race after the announcement of weights weignts (selling isemng &H2&-Ga0!- A 5l 'S WS?1?1 nomination and race excepted) to.carry 5 lbs. penalty. One Mile and One-Eighth. $.0 additional to start. The club to add $1,000. of which $200 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save tiiv TFWNwoBffT!. ,,.,T' ,, . . . starting monpy. A winner of a three-year-old stake, when carrying their weight (colts 122, geldings 119, qu"?u .A u SS 15 HEWING CO. STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. Estimated value, $,500. fillies 111), 3 lbs. penalty; of two or more, 5 lbs. A llowances Be a ten non-winners in 19M allowed 5 nDscriD8d to by Tennessee Brewing Co. A selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward. $!0to lbs ; if unplaced, 8 lbs.: others never having won a two or three.year-old stake race (selling stakes fcpompany nomination, and $30 additional to start. $1,1)00 added, of which $200 to second, and $00 to excepted) allowed 7 pounds; if such have never won a race of the value of $100 to the winner (selling n'.' t?rtu t(V BB7" fKtfJSJF money. The winner to be sold at auction for $1,500; if for less, 3 lbs. stakes and purse races excepted), allowed 12 lbs.; beaten maidens 20 lbs. Allowances not cumula- dlJa A5 0 tot$2'P;lh,'P 1 lb' ,f? each ?lco. les,s to?- Starters and selling price to be tive One Mile. PS, tnrODSh n2 entry box by the usual tlma of closing for this day's racing, and those so named are UaDle for sorting fee. Seven scale of this race. Colts Gel'g Fll's Furlongs. Those entitled to allowance. 122 119 117 no THE COTION STEEPLECHASE STAKES, $1,500 ADDED. Estimated Winner with weight up of one a.year-o d stake 12o 122 120 Entrance Free. A valuo e!ch $'500 steeplechase handicap sweepstakes for three-year-o'ds and upward. $0 half Bn'n w7nnrHt7iq0ar'OldStakeS forfeit, or $10 if declaredon or before April 1. All declarations void unlessTcompanied by money! 117 u W Son nnerl fiS?0" ?f $25 t0 l?CO,ld &ndSh0 t0 th,ird' fourth to savs stake' VVoihts to be nnoYnce'd Beaten unolaced in 190? 114 111 1C9 Beaten non-winners w unplaced in I90i. two days before the Penaltt V'-i"l iio JiS a' race. Winner of steeplechase (selling excepted), after weiehts are 112 110 S0n'w!nnnff nrt,r;0vlnanf(imn' cPtod)-5 announced, 5 lbs. Four or more horse, of entirely different interests to tart or race $ JS 2q Starters to be named through the entry-box at usual time of closing the day before the race" and those Beaten r t-Wn Maidens MninB i 102 99 vi 97 named ' are liable for starting fee. About Two Miles. STAKES FOR 1904. TBE TFNNE8SEE DEBET, $3,600 ADDED. (Estimated value $7,000.) Subscribed to by G. C. Benrett & Co. Entrance Free A sweepstakes for three-year-olds (foals of 1901). $110 each, $30 forfeit, cr $10 if declared on or before May 1, 1WJ3; $25 if declared on or before January 2, 1901. All declarations void unless accompanied by the money. $1,(00 added, of which $700 to second, $S00 to . third, and fourth to save stake. Weights Colts, 122 lbs.; geldings. 119 lbs. ; fillies, 117 lbs. One Mile and One-Eighth. THE TENNESSEE OAKS, $3,000 ADDED. (Estimated value $5,000.) Entrance Free. A sweepstakes for fillies, three-year-olds (foals of 1901). $100 each, $40 forfeit, or $10 if declared on or before May 1. 1903, $20 if declared on or before January 2, 19C4. All declarations void unless accompanied by the money. $2,(0 added, of which $(G0 to stcond, $200 to third, and fourth to save stake. Weights, 117 lbs. One Mile. ENTRY BLANKS OR ANY INFORMATION ON APPLICATION S. R. MONTGOMERY, PRESIDENT. SPECIAL NOTICE. No entry will be received for any of these -stakea except upon this condition: That all disputes, claims and objectiors arising out of the racing, or with respect to the interpretations of the conditions of any stake, shall be decided by a majority of the Executive Commit ee present, or those whom they may appoint, and their decisions upon all points shall be final. The club also reserves the right to iefuse the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, ana without notice. WILL BB PROMPTLY FURNISHED BY THE SECRETARY. M. N. MACFARLAN, SECRETARY.