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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 13, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902121301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 13, 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  VOIi. VIII. ISO. 298. CHICAGO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1902. PRICE 5 CENTS Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. One of the biggest deals of the season in thoroughbreds was closed Tuesday at Lexington, Ky. John E. Madden, of Hamburg place, for a private but low price, sold to William McQuigan, of Little Hock, Ark., his first partner in the racing business, fourteen head of yearlings, which will race as two-year-olds in 1903. The list consists of sons and daughters of such famous stallions as Masetto, sire of Tommy Atkins ; Plaudit, winner of the Kentucky and Oakley Derbys ; Russell, sire of Miss Bennett ; Hermance, sire of Hermis; Galore, Boanerges and Mirthful. The buying of these youngsters does not signify the return of this veteran turfman to the turf, as he bought the band for his nephew and namesake, William C. McQuigan. The latter was with his uncle when he raced Ben Eder, Lady Inez and 'other stars a few years back, and the young man thus formed a liking for the business. He will train his own string of horses this year and campaign them in the east as well as on the western circuit. The yearlings have been shipped from Lexington to their new training grounds at Little Sock, Ark. Since the fire which devastated the Buchanan bomestead at Breastwood, Cal., the jockey has "been fretting sorely. Several days ago he importuned Durnell&Herz for a fortnight's vacation in -which to visit his mother in California. Instead, his employers presented the jockey with a one-thonsand-dollar bill, at the same time insisting -that he should remain at New Orleans. Last Wednesday Buchanan telegraphed the $1,000 to his another "just to cheer her up," as he expressed it. Jockey Eddie Donnelly probably will be a good jockey next year, and so far as performances go, 3reen B. Morris' lightweight has something to recommend him. Donnelly will ride for Sam Hildreth -next year, and as the latter has a chance to go back -to eastern tracks in 1903, Donnelly may ride against the best jockeys in the east next season. Donnelly as a good finisher, having shown ability on Qravina and Antolee recently at 'Frisco. At the coast tracks Donnelly will have the mount on both Green iMorris' and W. L. Oliver's horses. At the dinner of the Gimcrack Club, at York, "England, on November 28, the well-known English racehorse trainer, John Porter, said he was sorry to say that the starting gate, which had had a fair trial, was not a success. He also said that the five rpounds apprentice allowance should cease after a lad had ridden twenty winners. He could see no barm in betting so long as one did so within his means. "Doping," he asserted, was in vogue in England, and he advocated that it be made a penal offense. The Gimcrack Club has been in existence since 1767. It was founded to commemorate the exploits of a famous gray racer of that name, which was foaled in 1760, stood only fourteen hands lrigb, and in 1766 won a match in which he was "backed to run twenty-two and a half miles in an lour. According to an eastern exchange there will be -no "off days" on the metropolitan courses during the racing meetings of 1903. Time was when Mon--days and Fridays were blue days in the eastern racing calendar, when programs for these dayB were made up with the foreknowledge that only the '"regulars" would be in attendance and that it would be a waste of good money and of good sport to prepare stakes for them, when purses and selling -races would answer the purpose just as well. But -with the improvement in race horses and race cources, and. above all, in racing conditions, has come a great change. The interests of the horse owner and of the horse breeder in their relation to successful racing are receiving merited attention, and the consideration of paramount importance ia held to be that the public which supports racing as an institution is entitled to and must receive full value of good, clean sport every day in the week and every week in the season. So there is to be no more slurring or curtailing of programs. Under the old regime the interests, financially speaking, of the local associations were of first and almost of sole importance. Under the new regime the theory that to be wholly healthy a body must be nourished and attended equally in all its parts is being worked out sensibly and systematically, if gradually, with the result that the popularity of racing as a sport and as a spectacle has never been so great as at present and that it is steadily growing greater. Quite a controversy has arisen over the control of jockey W. Hicks' services. Hicks is the apprentice now riding at the Fair Grounds, who good judges pronounce the most promising colored jockey since the days of Isaac Murphy. Flick. & Wright claim to have a contract on Hicks, and it is said that they are endeavoring to take the boy away from Hatfield & Ownbey. Tom Ownbey asserts that a third interest in the contract which Flick & Wright hold on the boy was assigned to him last spring on the condition that Hicks ride all tho horses in his stable. Jockey Hicks is a Louisiana pickanniny, and was born and reared on the Gaudchau plantation, about forty miles from New Orleans. Several amendments to the racing rules were adopted by The Jockey Club at its regular meeting Thursday. One amendment provides for the ruling off of "any person who shall have administered a drng or stimulant into, internally or by hypodermic method, prior to a race or who shall have used appliances, electrical or mechanical, other than the ordinary whip or spur." It waB decided that "Whenever husband or wife is in the forfeit list all disabilities shall apply to both." Another amendment decrees that "By special permission of the stewards of The Jockey Club, or in case of an emergency, the stewards of the meeting or the starter, a race may be started without a gate." The rule thus amended also provided that "Whenever the horses are started by a flag there shall be no start until, and no recall after the assistant starter has dropped his flag in answer to the flag of the starter." s "Capt." W. J. Widener, the Louisville trainer of thoroughbreds, is very much exercised over the report which stated that he would not have a racing stable next season. "I will open a training stable on December 20," said 'Captain' Widener recently, "and I expect to handle some of the best youngsters around Louisville. These stories have been started by people who were trying to injure me. I have trained Joe Stark, Joe Carter, Billy G., Eva K., Annie Smith, Redskin, Samson, Tit for Tat, Official and other good ones, and I expect to develop a few this spring which will be better than any of those metioned." J John W. Schorr, the well-known Memphis turfman, who is racing a string at New Orleans, has telegraphed jockey Bnllman, who is at present riding on the California tracks, to report at the Crescent City track at once. In an interview Schorr said : "I have been looking over the form sheets of the meeting and find that seven of my horses which started have finished second. According to the foot notes on these races my horses lost through bad rides. This set me to thinking, and I thought it would be a wise move on my part to havo Bull-man do my riding. I went to starter Fitzgerald and spoke to him about Bullman. Fitzgerald told me he was sure Bnllman would not cause any more trouble at the post, and as a matter of fact he would like to see him come to New Orleans and ride. When Bullman comes I intend to spoak to him and give him a little good advice. He is a grand rider and vory alert at the post. It is not necessary for him to keop turning and twisting a horse he is riding to get him off in front. He can keep him straight and then beat more than beats him in getting away. Bullman has a knack of getting a horse in his stride quicker than any rider now on the turf. 1 hope he will get along better with the starter this season. Last year when I went east with a lot of two-year-olds I was handi-caped. Woods was a slow boy at the post and lost several races which he should have won." Bullman is expected to reach New Orleans the latter part of next week. Jockey Bobbins, rated ai one of the cleverest apprentice riders in the country, met with an accident at New Orleans Thursday morning while galloping the two-year-old Oronte. The latter is owned by Sidney Bender and was a prominent candidate for the preliminary Derby. It was while receiving hi final preparation for that race that the accident occurred. Oronte iB a hard-mouthed colt and very rank. Going down the backstretch he boltod to the outside and, crashing into the fence, tumbled over it. When he fell he landed on Robbins, and it was supposed that he killed the lad. When help arrived Robbins was unconscious. He was removed to the Touro infirmary and on examination it was found that one of his arms was broken. Robbins is under contract to J. H. Arthur and first came into prominence last fall at the Harlem track, Chicago. He is a bright little fellow and was improving right along. Another accident occurred during the morning which will probably end the days of a useful racer. Lady Sterling, while boing galloped, got the bettor of Jockey Waugh, who was riding her, and throwing the lad ran away three miles. Several rubbers from the Simons stable got out on the track and waved blankets in front of the maro in an attempt , to stop her. This frightened Lady Sterling, and she ran into the outside fence. She struck one of the posts with her knee and tore it open. Dr. Talbot, who treated her, said it took sixteen stitches to sew up the wound. Lady Sterling also fractured her kneecap. This means that she will not be seen at this post again in some time if ever. When Golden Rule, the crack sprinter of the Darnell & Herz string, reached the paddock last Wednesday before the fourth race at New Orleans a large crowd gathered in front of his stall. He was in magnificent condition, and although carrying the crushing impost of 140 pounds he was fancied by everyone who looked at him. "He can carry the 140 pounds and me besides," said Charles Darnell, "and beat everything in this race." His was a wonderful performance. It is said he ran as if he carried 100 pounds and was the freshest horse of the lot when he was led away from the judges' stand. Blake, the well-known colored jockey, is spending the winter at his homo in New Orleans. He is a regular visitor to the track, but does not expect to do any riding of eonsequence at the present meeting. G. W. Cook, the Canadian turfman to whom he was under contract last soason and with whom he will probably sign for next year, expressed the wish that he should not ride at New Orleans. He may, however,-' take a fow mounts for "Chappie" Frost, trainor for Alderman Thomas Carey of this city. Jockey Henry Spencer, who is the guest of Nash Turner on a hunting tour through the southern part of Texas, reports an abundance of game (ducks and quail), good sport and some thrilling experiences killing panthers. Spencer will return to New York city the latter part of December and expects to sail for Austria some time during the following month, but before leaving, it is said, he will be married to a handsome Harlem belle, who is an heiress as woll. A Veteran Turf Official A VETERAN TURF OFPICIAX. Charles Wheatly, the Nestor of American racing officials, will in a few days celebrate his eighty-fifth birthday. Seen at his home in St. James street, Fordham, recently, the veteran secretary gave undeniable evidences of his wonderful activity of mind and body. Although he has long since passed the allotted period of three score years and ten, J. W. Wheatly 'b memory is remarkably correct, and in talking over matters connected with Mb turf career, the minutest details did not escape him. As an owner of horses, writer about horses, and secretary of the American Jockey Club, Saratoga Association and minor meetings, Secretary Wheat-ly's career covers over forty years of American turf history. In his early days at Lexington, Ky., he was alternately a journalist and horse owner. The Lexington Statesman was managed and edited by Mr. Wheatly, and he also found time to race some horses in his own colors with fair success. In 1861 Peg Woffington, by Vandal, dam by Sovereign, carried the Wheatly colors at the Woodlawn track, Louisville, and the Kentucky Association courses at Lexington. Shortly after that period the removal Of raciug-ii?' the north took place, and in 1863 editor Wheatly came east. He helped to manage the race meeting at Centreville, L. I as secretary, and that summer was appointed in the same capacity at Saratoga. That was the inaugural meeting at the Spa under John Morrissey's management. But the following year the Saratoga Association was organized, and Charles Wheatly was elected secretary. Two years later the Jerome Park track was built and the American Jookey Club organized, with J. W. Wheatly as its secretary. And from that time until the .Saratoga track was sold by the Spencer management Secretary Wheatly was in harness at Fordham and the Spa. He was one of the most popular racing officials of his day, and enjoyed the confidence and respect of all with whom he came in contact. D. D. Withers, August Belmont, Alonzo D. Monsar, George L. Lorillard, Pierre Lorillard, John F. Purdy, his associates of those days, have all joined the great majority. Of late years Mr. Wheatly has been living the quiet life of a peaceful old age. Some property which he had at Carthage, Mo., on which were valuable mineral deposits, brought him a fair price at its sale. An unscrupulous schemer tried to do ' him out a portion of this land, but failed, and narrowly missed being sent up for a long term. Morning Telegraph. Notes of the Turf NOTES OP THE TUKP. Orloff will be given a special "prep" for theres-cent City Derby and will be among the number shipped from the east to New Orleansjlto earn winter oats. Creamer and E. Walsh, two apprentice jockeys who are under contract to "Father Bill" Daly, are on their way to New Orleans. Creamer rode there last year and is a clever lightwoight. W. C. Whitney has lost by death the two valuable yearlings, the half-sister to Goldsmith, black filly, by Lissak Kildeer, by Darebin, and the half-brother to Blackstock, a bay colt by Longflight Mannie Himyar, by Himyar. The Washington Jockey Club has decided not to plow up its track, and a number of stables which had been prepared to be moved to Marlboro will now be kept in winter quarters, as usual, at Ben-nings. St. Cuthbert, which was injured while warming up recently at New Orleans, will bo ready to race in a couple of weeks. W. P. Burch's crack two-year-old, Grey Friar, has been fired for osslets. The operation was successful. Durnell & Herz, tired of seeing Irving Mayor baaten so many times, have sold Am to Lee Brown Page  MILYWICIMFOBM ISSUED BVEBY DAY. WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN OmOUL ORGAN 07 THE WE3TEBN JOCKEY OLTJB, DAILY BACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. Editob and Peopkietob, F. H. Bednkll. Associate Editob Clihtoh C. Rilst, SEOEETABT, MBS. F. H. BBDNELIi, Bntared In tha Foat Office at Chicago as second lass mattor, 194-126 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, IIXTNOIS A Daily B'efiaction of tha American Turf by Telegraph. COPYRIGHTED Saiored according to Act of Congross, In the year 1902, by Frank H. 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Jessie Jarboe, 8 to 5 . .won Tom Maybin, 7 to 5 . . . won Worthington, Special, Scratched If You Dare, 4 to 5, won, SSLSSE Our clients profited on the above winners yesterday. Today we have TWO ABSOLUTE CERTAINTIES at New Orleans, including an 8 to 20 to 1 shot. Also a LONG SHOT SPECIAL at Ingleside. Mr. Dingle, 10-l.won. Bedim, 6-1, won. ByronerdaIe,9-2,wen. Bessie McCarthy, l-l, 2d Were our specials at the coast track the past few days. Everybody that plays the rsces should get our good things today. They will all win to a certainty. Safe Business Proposition A steady income can be made from the races with asmall capital on our one horse guaranteed special. This is the bast thing of its kind ever introduced to the racegoing public, as the possibilities of losing are reduced to a minimum. Only one horse is sent out each day. . This horse in the opinion of our entire staff of track experts is the beet and surest betting proposition on the card. Clionts in this series take no uncertain chances, whatever, as every means of safety are taken to make our method of playing the races absolutely safe and sure. TERMS FOR THIS SERIES: $5.00 for Five Actual Wint ers. Our one horse wire at New Orleans up to date: Dec. 12. Worthington, Scratched Dec. II. Pearl Finder, 7-2 won Dec. 10. John Peters, 5-1 . 2nd Dec. 9. Barrack, li-5 . . won Dec. 8. W.J. DEBQE, l-l, won Dec. G. Prince Blazes, l-l . won Dec. 5. Potheen, 3-2, . won Dec. 4. Agnes Mack, l-l . 2nd Dec. 3. Ordnung, 3-5, . 2nd Dec. 2. Kenry McDaniel, 3-2 won Dec. I. Prince Blazes, 7-10, won Nov. 29. Cambrian, 3-1 . . won Nov. 28. DodieS., 5-1 . won Nov. 27. Cambrian, l-l . won Over 500 of our regular clients will verify the above. Also filed at and advertised daily in the Racing Form. Remember REYNOLDS & CO. have been in the horse race business for years and have always dealt honestly and squarely with the public. SPECIAL WIRED AT 10 A. M. Handicap Sheets delivered to any city address before 12 o'clock. Also for sale at newsstanas southeast and northwest corners Clark and Madison Sts. CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Suite 34, 84 E. Adams St. Specials and Correct Handicap Figures wired daily from our experts at Ingleside. Office Hours: 11 a. in to 4 p. 111. Terms: $1.00 Per Day; $4.00 Weekly. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to and Sheets Delivered Anywhere In the City by Special Messenger. SATURDAY SATURDAY We will Cut Loose another Corking 1 ong Shot . . This trick has worked remarkably fast, is in with a cheap lot of cattle, and will simply tin-can all the way. Besides this one we have TWO MORE of the certainty order with prices from 3 to 6 to 1. ABOVE ALL. GET OUR WIRE TODAY. Nothing in the Investment Line Can Compare with It for Making BIG PROFITS Also for sale at news stand southeast corner Clark and Madison sts. New Orleans Races Exclusive information to good bettors only. I PREPAY ALL TELEGRAM S. J. 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EX-JOCKEY VIC BBirTON, Mgr. Mario Lavigne ...TURF BROKER... PLEASANTON HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL Commissions of $5 ana upwards executed accurately for 5 percent of the net winnings. NO CHARGES ON LOSING COMMISSIONS. TODAY JY ADVERTISED SPECIAL and si KILLING! KILLING! MATT HOGAN, S to 2. Honolulu, 7 to 1; Articulate; Diderot, 5 to I; Decoy, 2 to 1; Lord Pepper; Mildred Schultz, 12 to ; Rolling Boer, 5 to 1-Judge Magee, 15-6-3; St. Phillipina, 5 to 2. ATTENTION--! do not advertise any winners, only those wired and advertised as extra specials. ON DAILY SHEET: Galanihus, 3 to 1 ; Glissando. 2 to 1 : Quiz, 3 to 1 ; Louwelsea, 7 to 1 ; Gold' Bell, 7 to 5; Bagnarok II., 60 to 1 ; Amasa, 50 to 1. ATTENTION I GUARANTEE ALL specials to run 1-2-3 or refund $2.00. WIRED ANY PART OP THE WORLD. Ollice 145 S. Clark street, R. R. ticket office. NOTICE Address ALL mail and money to my private office, 9t Lincoln Ave. COL. J. C. WOOTERS, MANAGElt. Telephone 3031 Dearhorn. Bunco Broncho Information Co., 94 Lincoln Ave. LONG BEACH TURF EXCHANGE 4 REGULAR TRAINS VIA Stations 1st I 2nd i 3rO I 4th I LakO ShOr Harrison St 12:35 1:05 1:35 2:10 , 31st St 12:40 1:10 1 -40 2. IK Grand Central Station, Harrison St. and J-nulewood. 12 48 1-18 1-48 "3 Fifth Ave. Grand Crossing. 12:54 1 :24 1 is4 229 Running Time 35 Minutes outh Chic"g"- i:Q' i:3i 2:01 2;36 Four trains returning at 4 :i5, 5:21. 6:10 and after last race. BOUND TItIP 25 CENTS New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. Apprentice allowance. Rods well in mud. First Race 5 1-2 FurlongH. 3-yoar-olds and upward. String. Ibd. Horses. Aa. Wt. Hdep. 36576 James J. Corbett 4. ....117 710 36600 Frank Kenney 4.. ..117 725 3S808 Euterpe 6.. ..114 ......710 35816 Montanic ..JL... 5....114 700 WueaJ3715 36244 Playlike 3.. ..112 690 35795 Sister Sarah 3....109 695 35265 Benmora 3.. ..109 690 J6029 Fourleaf C ... 6.. -.109 720 36416 Alpaca . 5....109 715 36552 Ace of Spades 3. ...104 6S0 36528Sandflea 3.. ..104 700 , Second Race 1 Mile. 2 and 3-year-olds. Allowances. 366143Ray 3.. ..112 725 36627 Inspector Shea 3... 108 720 (36566)Princo of Endurance 2.. ..100 750 (S6526)Sheriff Bell 2.. ..100 740 36455 Witfull 2.... 90 715 366282Aurie B 2.... 90 735 36539 RobertG. Lansing.. 2.... 88 .....715 Third Race 3-4 Mile. All ages. Allowances. 36567 TheLa.dy 5.. ..115 ......750 366023Antonius ..... 5.. ..113 720 366123Andes 5 - 6.... 107 725 S61S6 Echo Dale 4....107 735 366002John Peters 3.. ..102 740 35937 Sailor Cadmus 3.... 99 690 36604 Lady Alberta 3.... 99 715 366243Doeskin 8.... 99 720 (36591) Glennevis 2.... 90 735 Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. The Preliminary Derby. $1,500 added. (36566)Prince of Endurance B ...120 735 36566 Honry McDaniel ....118 750 (3599i)Flocarline 1J)....116 735 (36526)i3heriff Bell ...116 7'0 36S91iKittaning H6 7'0 365663iSweet Alice ...115 725 36'66tLord Melbourne ...110 720 365873 Pride of Galore .... 107 730 3B591 Farmer Jim i ...107 715 365293 Handspinner , jQg 7j0 365913Canyon...- ....108 735 36S?3 Lord Touchwood ...105 710 365662fOronte m ...103 700 (34468) Welcome Light 100 723 366l62Rrookston ...100 T5 365523Pageant 97 695 iHaym'an & Dick entry. fS. S. Bonder entry. Fifth Race 1 1-16 Miles 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. (36627)Jessie Jarboe 6. ...107 720 365142C. B. Campbell ... 4.. ..106 725 36602 Death ... 7.. ..106 690 366253Scotch Plaid 7. ...100 700 Sixth Race 1 1-3 Miles. 3-ycar-olds and npward. Selling. (36592)Barrack 5.. ..113 720 (36615)Latson m ... 6 ...104 725 36601G?oria Gardner ... 4 98 .. . 690 J6T922Compass . ... 4 ... 98 715 36',61Irving Mayor ... 4 98 7C0 36592 Potheen .... 3.... 90 715 New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORK. New Orleans, La., December 12. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Saturday's races are : First Race Frank Kenney, Alpaca, Montanic. Second Race Prince of Endurance, Sheriff Bell, Witfnll. Third Race The Lady, John Peters, Andes. Fourth Race Canyon, Handspinner, Dick & Hay-man entry. Fifth Race Jessie Jarboe, C. B. Campbell, Scotch Plaid. Sixth Race Potheen, Barrack, Latson. T. K. Lynch. Page  Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN JFRANC18CO, CAI.., December 13, 1903. Twenty-fourth day. New California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear ; track muddy. Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, J. J. Holtman. No recall flag used. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. H indicates whip, 5 spurs, B blinkers. FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $100. 3-year-olds. Selling. 36020 Ind Horses A Wt St & Yt S StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (56 85) BLACKTHORN 5 117 4 31 21 H H J Ranch C P Fink 2 4 31 1 36370 SIR TOM TIDDLER ftS 112 3 51 5h 3H 21 J Daly M J Daly 8 15 12 5 365952MALASPINA ft 109 1 2H 41 2a 35 T Burns Mallowmot Farm 8-59-513-1011-20 36393 RUBINO N 109 5 4i 1 41 41 Cochran J H Brannan 10 15 15 5 36195 PHYLLIS IK 109 2 1h 3h 51 51 Donnelly El PrimeroStable5 7 7 21 36571 ESTADO WS 109 12 10 8 61 61 T O'Brien Western Stable SO 60 40 15 36595 MONTOYA U 109 8 62 62 71 75 Chorn H E Rowell 10 20 20 8 31808 D WIGHT WAY M 109 7 8 9 9 85 Donovan V Gilbert 15 50 50 20 SIXES 5 109 10 11 10 10 90 Kinkead L A Blasingame 60 100 100 40 27807 BELLE STREET N 109 9 71 71 8 10 Minder T H Ryan 10 20 8 3 36422 ST. FAVOR W5B 109 11 9 11 11 11 Bozeman MrsFEReavis 50 100 100 40 2 25221PEPPER SAUCE RJ 109 6 12 12 12 12 C Kelly E L Cordy 20 40 40 15 Time, 24, 511.1:18. Winner Br. g, by Artillery Early Rose (trained by P. Backer). Went to post at 2:03. At post 4 minutes. Start fair. Won easily ; second the same. Blackthorn outclassed the field in the going and is steadily improving, waited on the pacemaker to the stretch, where ho forged into the lead cantering. Sir Tom Tiddler came with a rush at the end. Malaspina, away in front, forced the pace and tired badly at the end. Rubind, from a rearward position at the start, raced to the front with superior speed, but failed to stay. Phyllis also failed to stay and is in poor form. Estado closed a gap from a poor send-off. Blackthorn, show. 1 to 2. Sir Tom Tiddler, show, 2 to 1. Malaspina, show, 1 to 4. 36630 SEC0ND RACB 5-8 Mile' Purse$0. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C Y 366062LITTLE MARGARET U 105 4 32 2 Hi 111 T Burns C Young 1 6-5 6-5 1-2 36606 SIR PRESTON 100 1 11 11 2h 2a C Connell Demarest Stable 20 50 50 20 35731 ORO VIVA R 108 5 6 62 3a 3 J Ranch Snider & Co 4 5 5 2 (S6606) MR. DINGLE H5B 108 9 4h 41 41 41 T O'Brien D S Fountain 4 10 10 3 366C63SALVER W 105 8 5U 51 51 5 Cochran J Touhey 10 15 15 4 362S6 ONYX IL K 105 7 7 81 71 6 Minder Brown & Peters 6 7 5 2 36482 STEP AROUND KB 105 2 2a 3i 61 78 J Daly T G Ferguson 8 13 13 5 36411 ACTION W 108 3 82 71 fcs gs Donovan Burrows & Co 15 30 30 12 PAL JACK W 105 10 10 92 91 92 J Sheehan E J Hooper 100 1C0 100 40 36482 CLARINETTE Hjj 105 6 91 10 10 10 Bozeman H J Jones 50 50 50 20 Time, 241, 50i, 1 :04. Winner Ch, f, by Torso Marcie A. (trained by C. Young). Went to post at 2 :33. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. Won easily ; second driving. Little Margaret secured a lucky start, drew clear in the atretch and held her own gamely under a vigorous finish. Sir Preston got away running and sustained his speed in much improved fashion. Oro Viva showed improvement and finished strongly. Mr. Dingle, away poorly, closed a big gap under a bad ride and was probably best. Salver worked a rough journey and was closing up well at the end. Onyx II., away poorly, was never prominent. Step Around retired early. Scratched 36510 Nabuco,108; 364983Ed Lilbnrn, 1G8. Little Margaret, show, 1 to 4. Sir Preston, show, 10 to 1. Pro Viva, show, 4 to 5. QinOl THIRD RACE Short Course. (About 1 1-2 MileB.) Purse 8400. O O O O JL 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Steeplechase. Ind Horses A Wt St 3 6 9 12 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 365702MIKE BICE KS 9 136 2 31 3a l 15 15 18 Q Wilson T E McLaughlin 21 21 2 1-2 (36E95)DUKE OF YORK M 7 154 1 12 la 23 26 210 24 Wallace I Morehouse 7-107-107-101-3 365962RAINIER KS 6 130 3 410 412 450 4 4 3 Cairns G Roberts 8 13 13 21 36570 FLASHLIGHT W5 9 132 5 22 21 312 315 31s 4 Brodie D McCarty 20 50 50 12 35525 DAGMAR H 7 150 4 5 5 5 Refused. Harris W H White 5 15 15 4 Time, 8:S9l. 1 Winner B. g, by J. H. Fenton Mrs. McAlester (trained by T. E. McLaughlin). Went to post at 3:04. At poet 3 minutes. Start good. Won in a cantor ; second easily. Mike Rice was best at the weights, is greatly improved and is a superior horse across country, forced the pace throughout and came away fast on the fiat. Duke of York was unequal to conceeding the weight, but ran an honest race and was always a close contender until in the last quarter. Rainier went well, but is a very ordinary horse. Flashlight gave a brief glimpse of speed. Dagmar was evidently not fit. Mike Rice, show, out. Duke of York, show, out. Rainier, show, 2 to 5. 36632 F0URTH RACE 6 1-3 furlongs. Pnrse $500. All ageB. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St & Yt 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H. C P 366082KENILWORTH 5 4 128 4 32 2 25 H J Ranch W H Ketchiman 1 7-5 6-511-20 (36598)SAD SAM ft 4 110 1 13 11 la 25 T Burns J H Brannan 4 5 5 7-5 36608 WATER CURE ft 5 98 6 5h 55 515 33 J Sheehan C Young 40 100 100 20 (S6594)BYRONERDALE K 2 93 2 42 46 43 412 J Daly J Stuart 4 4 2 7-10 365932QOLDEN LIGHT K 4 105 3 21 3a 32 5 Bozeman P E Smith 4 7 6 8-5 36007 VIRGIE D'OR N 4 105 5 6 6 6 6 Lewis J McDowell 30 100 100 20 Time, 24, 491,1:16, 1:23. Winner Br. c, by Sir Modred Queen Bess, by Marden (trained by H. Stover). Went to post at 3:28. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won handily; second easily. Kenilworth broke flatfooted and apparently indulged Sad Sam with the lend for the first half, then forged to the front in the last quarter with comparative ease and was much the best. Sad Sam beat the barrier, ran a fast and game race and stayed the distance unexpectedly well. Water Cure, away badly and outrun to the stretch, closed a big gap in the last quarter and ran in much improved form. Byronerdale, away badly and worse ridden, can do much better, but appeared unable to stride freely in the Bloppy going. Golden Light showed much early speed, but was tiring at the end. Kenilworth. show, out. Sad Sam, show, 2 to 5. Water Cure, show, 6 to 1. Byronerdale, show, 1 to 4. QDQQ FIFTH RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400. O J J O O 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M Y M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36584 MATT HOGAN ftSI 5 104 7 7 55 41 1 T Burns W P Magrane 2 11-511-53-5 365712JIM GORE II. HJ 1 109 3 11 11 H 2i J Ranch G Webb 8-5 8-5 6-5 1-2 366222QOLDEN COTTAGE H$ 3 107 2 2" 2a 21 35 J Daly M J Daly 6 6 6 2 366052RAGNAROK II. K5 4 104 4 45 44 6 43 Donovan M A Stephens 30 60 60 15 366093FLORINEL II. W 5 109 1 31 31 3a 54 Frawley H W Hoag 6 8 8 11-5 5656 MISS REMSEN W 7 109 5 5h 610 615 620 Minder J H Brannan 20 30 30 8 WILLIE HERAL fl 3 104 6 62 7 7 7 W Waldo J H Jackson 40 150 100 30 Time, 1:14. Winner B. g, by Wagner Miss Hight (trained by W. P. Magrane). Went to post at 3:55. At post 2 minutes. Start bad. Won driving; second the same. Matt Hogan was nearly left, but under a skillful, patient ride gradually closed an immense gap and, coming fast at the end, caught Jim Gore II. tiring and unprepared. The lattor had forced the pace and appeared a safe winner almoBt throughout. Golden Cottage was always prominent, held on gamely and was gradually wearing Jim Gore II. down at the end. Ragnarok II. was well up to the stretch in spite of the faBt pace. Florinel II. quit after going a fast half. Miss Remsen ran moderately well." ' a, ' i. -w Scratched 3S062 Greyfeld, 112; 36560 Maraschino, 99. Matt Hogan, show. 1 to 3. Jim Gore II., show, 1 to 5. Golden Cottage, show, 7 to 10. " 36634: SIXTH RACE 1 Mile' Purso 5400, AU Ag69' Selling. Ind Horses A Wt 8t & K 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C F 365943E3HERIN 5 2 84 4 Si 1H 16 15 15 Reed J F Schorr 4 (5 S 6-5 366103 BESSIE M'CARTHY U 3 102 2 4 43 3a 25 210 Battiste E J Arnold & Co 6-5 7-5 6-5 2-5 36608 WARTE NICHT II 3 92 3 U 2i 22 31 31 LAJacksonH E Rowoll 3 3 2 9-10 365822BUCOLIC 5 2 84 1 2 32 43 43 44 Hewitt W B Jennings&Co4 7 7 8-52 36594 PLATONIUS ((2 102 5 5 5 5 5 5 McKinnon Smith & Co 100 1C0 80 15 Time, 25f, 50, 1:17, 1:48. Winner B. f, by Esher-'-Sonora (trained by J. F. Schorr). Went to post at 4:20. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won pulled up; second easily. Esherin broke slowly, pushed through next to the rail on the first turn and, taking the lead at the half, opened a wide gap on the field, cantered home and was much the best. Bessie McCarthy was under pressure almost throughout to keep up, but closed up very strongly at the end. Warte Nicht, evidently a non-stayer, tired badly after going a good six furlongs. Bucolic went well throughout, but requires strong handling. Platonius went well. Esherin, show, 1 to 3. Bessie McCarthy, show. 1 to 4. Warte Nicht, show, 1 to 3, New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, I.A., December 13, 1903. Fourteenth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear ; track heavy. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No recall flag used. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. indicates whip, S Bpurs, J blinkers, 36623 FIRrEACB5 1-2 Furlons:s- Purse $100. 2-year-olds. Colts and Geldings. Ind Horses A Wt St M Yi & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H vP 365993TOM MAYBIN 1081 4 31 12 13 14 Buchanan Durnell & Herz 6-5 7-5 6-5 3-5 (36?99) FLORESTAN H 1C6 2 42 42 43 2 Helgesen J F Barrett & Co 3 3 31 1 35945JOHN CARNEY KB 96 1 12 23 2" 31 J Williams B J Cunningham 30 60 60 25 36527LORD TOUCHWOOD $ 110 6 5 5 51 41 Pollok Mrs A D Worley 5 6 6 2 S62802MARCO KS 100 3 22 34 32 52 Boiesen B Butler 13 15 15 6 365632ANZEIGER $ 97 10 10 7 63 61 L Spencor B Schreiber 8 12 12 5 36477 RAVENSPUR ft 93 7 8 8 7 7 McCafferty J W Schorr 30 60 60 25 SPEC fiB 101 8 61 6nk 8 8 Davis E C Reynolds 30 50 20 8 3650SSIDNEY SABATH W 98 11 11 9 9 9 Fuller M Sabath 12 20 20 8 S6280IN BOND ft' 5 93 9 9 10 10 10 W Hicks Crawford&Logan 12 20 15 6 34367 THE WIZARD fl 101 5 7 11 11 11 Fauntleroy JMcAllestor & Co 30 80 80 30 Apprentice allowance. Time, 26. 5S, 1 :08, 1 :U Winner Cb. c, by Lord Esterling Welcome, by Mortemer (trained by C. E. Durnell). Went to post at 2:00. At post 5 minutos. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Tom Maybin was cut off on the backstretch, but went around his field with a rush and easily came away in the stretch run. Florestan was on the extreme outside for the entire trip, finished strongly and outgamed John Carney when it came to a drive. John Carney was off well in motion and showed early speed, but weakened when the pinch came. Lord Touchwood was in behind the other horses most of the trip, but ran a good race and is worth remembering. Marco tired and quit when it came to a drive. Overweights Tom Maybin, 11 pounds; Marco, 2; Anzeiger, I. Tom Maybin, show, 1 to 3. Florestan, fhow. 1 to 2. John Carney, show, 12 to 1. 36624: SEC0ND RACE 7-8 Mile- tnrS8 um- 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St k H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P" S65762IF YOU DARE H5B 2 H 12 yi 12 i3 Gannon Fizer&Co 4-5 1 4-5 1-3 36508 JOE LESSER H 4 107 1 21 33 3 31 2 Fauntleroy H D Beams 10 12 12 3 365763DOESKIN H 3 107 3 3 22 22 22 32 Fuller Lowe & Hacker 7 9 9 21 S6.902PIERCE J. HS 3 105 4 41 41 41 43 45 Cogswell H Robinson 10 15 13 3 3S540 H. OF TRASTAMARE K5 7 107 ,6 7 6 5 53 55 Davisson J U Strode 10 10- 9 2 36042ALENE ABBOTT I 4 102 7 8 8 62 610 620 W Hicks C A Johnson & Co 30 30 30 10 (36552)BEDLAM BS 3 108 8 51 51 7 7 7 Crosthwaite A Featherstone 6 7 7 2 36612 LEMOYNE W 3 97 5 61 7 8 8 8 Treanor H Gardner 60 100 J00 40 Apprentice allowance. Time, 26, 5S, 1 :21, 1 M Winner-Ch. g, by Only Dare Mollie Jones (trained by W. H. Fizer). Went to post at 2:31. At post 2 minutes. Start poor. Won easily; second driving. Gannon had If You Dare well in hand all the way. The horse showed the most spoed throughout and was never in trouble. Joe Lesser ran to hie best form, wore Doeskia down in the stretch and outgamed her when it camo to a drive. Fuller made too much us of Doeskin in trying to catch the winner in the first half and she tired under pressure. Pierce J. was cut off and knocked out of it at the start and was not persevered with. Bedlam did not appear able to extend himself in the going. Scratched 362022 Worthington, 110; 317543Harry Wilson, 105. If You Dare, show, out. Joe Lesser, show. 6 to 5. Doeskin, show, 6 to 5. 36625 THIRD HACK 1 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Ind Horses A WtSt H, Y StrFin Jockeys Owners O H CP 36 22 HANOVER QUEEN 3 100 4 H H 11 12 Hi J Fisher RWWalden&Sons20 30 15 4 36604 2LITTLE SCOUT fll 3 112 2 415 2 2 21 22 Conley G C Bennett & Col 1 9-101-3 J66032SCOTCH PLAID 7 1C9 1 21 420 35 32 36 Buchanan Mrs C E Durnell 3 3 13-51-2 364882MAJOR MANSIK WS S 5 105 5 5 5 5 5 4t Gannon A Simons 15 30 30 7 36452 HUNTRESSA 3) 3 109 3 32 32 4 44 5 O'Neil Buckley & Bailey 3 6 6 2 Time, 21, U 1 :23, 1 Winner B. f, by Hanover Lizzie Baker (trained by R. W. VValden). Want to post at 3:00. At pot 1 minute. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. Hanover Queen broke from outside of the field, held a Bafe lead all the way and was never under hard pressure. Little Scout was under a drive all of the last quarter, ran his race and was well handled Scotch jd has evidently gone off. He was off with the winner and Buchanan kept him in good going on tiHH aide for the entire trip. Huntressa quit as if short. She was, however, pinched off on tho bsckiHBi and stumbled. Scratched 361182Potente, 114". Hanover Queen, show, evens. Little Scout, show, out. Scotch Plaid, show, out. 36626 F0URTH BACB-3- Mile- Pnrso $300. All ages.. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St & Yx StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 9lS,pORPIO 5 118 d 12 12 Hi u Gannon E Trotter & Co 3-57-1013-20 out ?55ISofJ5ATE-5SDx. 5 ,9I 2 22 24 22 21 Helgeeen Mrs M Goldblatt 3 3 3 1-2 (36578) W. J. DEBOE 4 112 1 .3 3 3 3 Otis J Arthur 3 41 4 3-5 Time, 26, 52. 1:19. Winner B. g, by Chorister Zodiac (trained by E. Trotter). Went to post at 3:30. At post 4 minutes. Start nood. Won easily; second handily. Scorpio outran his held all the way and Gannon never made a move on him. Travers was pinched off soon after the start and dropped back while rounding the far turn and then came again. This was not his race. W. J. Deboe had no mishaps. Scratched (36493)McChosney, 129; 364932Qld Hutch. 115; 364762Federal, 115. 36627 FIFTB RACE1 18- Mils. Purse 5400. 3-year-oids and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St St jj Y 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36554J ElSIE JARBOE 6 102 4 11 12 14 4 p" Jl VV Hicks Mrs M Goldhlatt " 8-1; 8-i 8-"; ' 366153PRINCEBLAZ'SR8 7 102 6 21 21 26 28 210 220 Treanor Durnell & Her 3 3 ?651 36575 GUATAMA HS 4 109 2 55 510 43 31 31 32 Conley F Jackson & Co 60 60 60 25 36388 INSPECTOR SHE A 3 98 5 43 46 33 44 43 41 Fuller . J J McCarthy 8 9 9 3 365923MARCOS H 3 101 8 62 65 55 515 512 520 Gannon H Dernham 8 8 6 2 S66033COGSWELL W 4 103 7 8 8 7 65 615 64 Rice P J Miles 5 7 6 2 S6615 TOUR U 4 101 3 31 31 68 7 7 7 J Walsh C M Jaeger 50 60 60 25 36604 EITHOLIN KB 7 104 1 72 71 8 8 8 8 Fauntleroy Mrs JKCombs&Co 60 100 100 30 Apprentice allowance. Time, 25, 53, 1 :21, 1 :50, 2 :0i. Winner B. m, by Eothen Ida Glenn (trained by M. Goldblatt). Went to post at 4:01. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. Hicks rushed Jessie Jarboe to the outside when the barrier was released and kept her on the path all the way. 8he led throughout and was never fully extended. Prince Blazes ran in much improved form, showed early' speed and was a contender all the way. Treanor had him under restraint in the run down the back-stretch. Guatama finished well and outgamed Inspector Shea when it came to a drive. Cogswell was shut off at the start and knocked out of it. Scratched (S6580)Xrocadero, 101. Overweights Guatama, 5 pounds; Cogswell, 21. Jessie Jarboa, show, out. Prince Blnzxs, show, 1 to 2. Guatama, show, 12 to 1. 36623 SIX RACiS3-4 Mile' Purso 5400. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St & Y StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P rMiKlvIRnANK FPSTER X 2 lH Hi li 11 Fitzgerald F Foster 10 20 20 8 i-pQHnAV 8 S1 11 ? XVHicks Hatfleld&Ownbey3i 31 2 1 36a8 SHOO FLY W 102 8 8 76 3a 38 Gannon A Simons 7-5 8-5 R-; v.1 (36169VLITTLE ADELE flj 102 6 61 41 51 42 HMichaels T S Roberts 2 4 H 1 Sfe 1 JS? I 31 3 510 C Smith TLicalzi lo 60 60 20 P&KS3 B in ? Li? SH S0?" gEWatkins . 40 60 50 15 W8 ?a7 ni?r Jm mv 1 IS.2, I i $ I 1 helgesen W T Everett 10 10 7 21 36587 HELEN HAY RS 102 5 5h 51 6" 8 Scully J C Tucker & Co 30 30 30 10 Time, 26, 53, 1 :22. Winner Ch. f, by Ben Strome Princess Revenue (trained by F. Foster). Went to post at 4:32. At post 3 inutes. Start good. Won ridden out; second easily. Mrs. Frank Foster quickly dashed into the lead and held.it all the way. Fitzgerald kept her in good going, but had to hustle her along at the end to stall off Anne B.'s challenge. The latter ran a good race and finished inside of the winner m the heavy gomg. Shoo Fly closed a big gap after getting off tangled up, but bumped into Little Adele in the last sixteenth. Pickles was given an easy ride. Helen Hay was next to the inside rail in the deep going for the entire trip. Scratched 35783 Hindi, 104; 365872Athlana, 102; (36587)Latuka, 102; 36192 Our Bessie 10' Overweights Enhance, 2 pounds. 1 to3 Ffank Fostor' show" 4 10 L Aurie B- show' 1 10 2- Sho Fly show ont- Lile Adele, show, NOTICE. Dailt Racing Fobh is a publication whicn (s built by its staff from day to day. Its "form" and the number of its charts are copyrighted. The chart numbers are so arranged that legal identification is easy of proof.. The selections and handl. j I j I cap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis. The latter come from the work of fonr exports after the ttlegrap-c receipt of charts and entries. All persons are warned not to use laid chart or index number, selections or handicap figures. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL. The American Sporting Manual of 1902 contains all racing records at large, revised and complsta up to the end of 1901 ; four handicapping systemi with directions for their practical application, a table showing how to compute bookmaking par centages, track records of all the rocognired traoki of tho country, the western and eastern scales of weights, tables showing the comparative sptid ol tracks, a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1PQS of any consequence, trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the nr 2:15 trotten of 1901, Also a complete record of performances at aU !trl of billiards. Page  Ingleside Form INGIiESIDE FORM. The form of Saturday's Inglesido fields is: First Race Handpress, Buck Taylor, Harry Thatcher. Second Race Sol Liechtenstein, Arthur Ray, The Weaver. Third Race Mocorito, Hesper, Qniz. Fourth Race Arabo, Qaviota, Gold Bell. Fifth Race The Fretter. Lode Star, Lord Bade. Sixth Race Huachuca, Idogo, Axminster, TO STUDENTS OF FORM. 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Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track sloppy. Runs well in mud. First Race Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) 3-yaar-olds and upward. Sailing, Iud, Horses, color, sex & pedigras. Wt. Hdep. Earabol, b. m, by Kismet Brierfoot 6.. ..Ill S6515 Young Morello 5....108 710 36569 Handpress 7.... 108 725 36517 Lexington Pirate 8 .... 108 700 3659J Rasp.? 4....105 705 36S053Parsifal 4.. ..105 710 36509 Tntrppido 4.. ..105 705 36617 Buck Taylor 6.. ..105 720 36562 Velma Clark 4.. ..105 ......715 36817 Jack Richelieu Jr 4.. ..105 690 366173Harry Thatcher OR ... 5.... 105 715 36598 Bonnie Lissak .... 4. ...100 710 Second Race 7-8 Mile. 3-ysar-olds and upward. Sailing, Ind. Horses. Age. Wt. Hdop. 36607 Sol Lichtenstein 3.. ..109 725 36574The Weaver 3... .108 715 365852Resin 3. ...105 710 36617 Tulare..... ... 8. ...104 705 36534 Canejo 5.... 104 710 (36617)Arthnr Ray ... 3.. ..102 720 36585 All About 3.... 99 705 365573Nora D ... 3.... 99 715 29897 Whiskers 3.... 94 700 Third Krco Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) 4-year-olds and upward. Sailing. taMAlocorito 7.. ..Ill 725 aVMIEhijz 4.. ..Ill 715 16620 Hasper....- 5.. ..108 720 ?657130scar Tolle IJ( ... 4....108 715 X6464 Bard Burns 4.. ..108 705 (659)Nod Dennis ... 5....108 710 (36605)Troy 5....1C8 710 6557 Skip Ma 4. ...105 700 Wi95J Filibuster 8....105 705 (S66!2)Bedner 4.. ..103 715 Fourth Race 7-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. (36538Gaviota ....114 740 36(192tArabo ....112 750 H6597)Gold Boll ....112 735 3l39tElliott 103 730 fW. B. Jennings entry. Fifth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Handicap. 31117 Nones 4.. ..117 735 p66rS)The Fretter ... 6.. ..Ill 750 36537 LodeStar ... 8. ...103 7W 35959 Siddons 4.. ..109 730 36608Lord Badge 3.. ..103 735 Sixth Race 7-8 Mile. 3-yaar-olds and upward. Sailing, (36610) Didarot ... 4....113 730 365722Huachuca 3....111 750 33062 Greyfeld lit.... 6.. ..110 720 56598 Meehanus 6.. ..108 735 (56607)Axminster 3.. ..108 735 36609 AUGroen. 4.. ..107 720 (3639S)Idogo 3. ...105 ......740 (36586)The Buffoon 5.. ..104 720 X63S2JimGoreII....... .. ... 7.. ..104 730 (S6619)3unello 5.. ..104 725 Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. f"T? Jockey O Connor has returned to New York from New Orleans and will remain there until he is raquired to start for France, which will be in February. He says that the racing at New Orleans was badly handicapped by tha "path" on the outside of the track, which made every race a lottery, all depending upon which of the horses drew outside position. Durnell & Herz, who recently claimed Sarner out of a selling race at New Orleans from John W. Schorr, have returned tha horsa to his former owner. Sarner is a hard horsa to train, and Durnell, rather than take the risk of breaking him down, accepted a small profit on this investment.