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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, December 16, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902121601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, December 16, 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. Vm. NO. 300. CHICAGO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16 1902. PRICE 5 OBffTS Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. The annaal meeting of the stockholders of the New Louisville Jockey Clob was hold at 4 o'clock last Thursday afternoon in the office of the clnb, in the Courier-Journal building. A full attendance of stockholders was present. The following directors vers elected by the stockholders to serve during the ensuing year: Charles F. Grainger, M. J. Winn, Louis Soelbach, Charles F. Price, Saunders P. Jones, Walter E. Glover and J. C. Boardman. The board of directors subsequently bald a meeting and elected the following officers for 1903 : President, Charles F. Grainger. Vice President, M. J. Winn. Secretary and' Manager, Charles F. Price. Treasurer, J. C. Boardman. It, will be seen that there were no changes among the officers of the club, and the new director is Saunders P. Jones, who is now a heavy stockholder in the organization. This meeting was the first annual gathering of the stockholders since the change was made some time "ago. At that time a board of directors and a set of officers were elected to filljthe various vacancies caused by the change in ownership, and the stockholders yesterday practically ratified the original action. The reports of Secretary Price and Treasurer Boardman were of little interest to the public, being merely routine. However, they showed the New Louisville Jockey Club to be in good financial condition for the many improvements which are being made at Churchill Downs. Julius Fleischmann, mayor of Cincinnati, owner of several high-class thoroughbreds, announced recently that he would devote a groat deal of his personal attention to racing next year. "I'm through with politics," says Mr. Fleischmann, "my term of office as mayor expires next spring and I'm quite content to step down and out. "I don't imagine I'll do anything sensational off the turf next year, but I'll have Hurstbourne, Irascible, St. Daniel, Wax Candle and Homily to head my stable. These three-year-olds to be are all that I have left of the string I raised during the present season, but I will have thirty two-year-olds from which I expect a few real good ones to materialize. "It has been my custom during the last few years to dispose of nearly all of my horses at the end of the season sometimes at Saratoga but I occasionally keep a horse or two that I have a particular fondness for. My intention, however, is to race two-year-olds almost exclusively, and dispose of them to the best advantage at the close of each season, retaining only a few. " No, I have not decided to race two strings next year. The chances are that I will, however. I'm going to try for some of the spring stakes at La-tonia, and may decide to allow Mr. Welch, who will continue to train for me, to appoint a sort of understudy, who will have charge of the string he can't take care of himself. The outlook for racing in the west seems very bright, and I Bhould not be at all astonished if there should be an extraordinary boom in racing next year." According to reports from the coast the case of jockey Bullman is a favorite topic between races at Ingleside. Bullman and Tommy Burns were recently pardoned for insubordination by the New York stewards and have been accepting mounts there. Burns has managed to keep on an even keel, but Bullman has become involved in all kinds of trouble with starter Holtman. He has been fined repoatedly for unruly behavior at the gate and has been set down for three days. He had no sooner served his sentence than he incurred the starter's displeasuro and is now down for two weeks. Bullman says that Holtman has it in for him, Holtman stoutly denies it and President Thomas H. Williams says he is satisfied Holtman is not prejudiced against the rider. According to Messrs. Williams and Holtman Bullman is possessed of an ungovernable temper and has a mania for getting off in front that militates against discipline at the barrier and delays starts unnecessarily. Coburn is also under the ban just now, although his case ie different from Bullman's. Instead of trying to "beat the gate" Coburn has displayed considerable lethargy in starting. He has been practically left at the post a few times when piloting favorites, and the judges made up their mind to suspend him indefinitely. John W. Gates was a visitor at the New Orleans track last Friday afternoon, and viewed several of the races from the stewards' stand. He was greatly impressed with the many improvements that have been made since he was there last, but was surprised to find the going so bad. Mr. Gates has been on a shooting trip in Mississippi, and will return here in a day or two. In hie party was Robert Welch, a son of Aristides Welch, a famous breeder of twenty years ago. The horses comprising the main racing'string of T. H. Stevens in 1903 have been shipped from Walnut Hall Stud, Lexington, Ky., to Little Rock, Ark., in charge of their owner, who will winter and train there the coming spring. There were fifteen horses in the string, the four-year-old bay colt, Picador, by SVadBworth Miss Rica, by Buckra, and three two-year-olds : Barcil,b.c,by Wads worth Esplanade, by Buckra. Trarfcy, ch. c, by Wadsworth Fonsie, by King Alfonso. InQian Child, br. f; by Locohatchee Austriana, by Alarm. The other eleven head were all yearlings (coming pj?o-y ear-olds) and were as follows: Bay colt, by Fonso Florimore, by Longfellow. Chestnut colt, by Governor Foraker Susie Forbes, by Rebel. Bay colt, by Wadsworth April's Lady, by Lin-'den. Bay colt, by Wadsworth Banricka, by Ban Yan. Bay colt, by Governor Foraker Parissa, by Paris. Chestnut filly (Bister to Wyeth), by Wadsworth Fonsie, by King Alfonso. Black filly, by Governor Foraker Dublin Belle, by St. Florian. Bay filly, by St. Florian Wary, by Warwick. Bay filly, by Govornor Foraker Esplanade, by Buckra. Bay filly, by Governor Foraker Emily S by Onondaga. Chestnut filly, by Wadsworth Fancy Free, by Fonso. Stevens will do his first racing in the coming year at Little Rock and Memphis, and then come up the line, reaching the oust probably during the Saratoga meeting. He regards his coming two-year-olds as a collection, tho highest tried of any youngsters he ever raised. They are extensively engaged in future events. There will be a new departure inths sale of thoroughbred .stock in this country on Thursday next, when the imported yearling flllios and broodmares bred at the Childwick Stud, St. Albans, England, will be offerod at tho American Horse Exchange. The lot is consigned by Sir J. Blundell Maple, M.P., one of the leaders of the English turf, and whose racing and breeding operations are conducted on a tremendous scale. Hitherto tho annual sale of the Childwick thoroughbred stock has taken place in France, but the sporting baronet has decided to make America his market in future. All the broodmares in the consignment to be auctioned by W. D. Grand are surely in foal, while the yearling fillies embrace some of the most choice strains in the English stud book. The sires represented in the lot are Common, by Isonomy, the winner of the .2,000 Qnineas and Derby in 1901; Childwick, by St. Simon; and iesMiL The following are the broodmares that will bo offered: Dorimene, by Bend Or Link Girl; Spanish Match, by Royal Hampton Allameuse; Marcella II., by Melton Andriena ; Vespers, by St. Simons-La Cloche ; Aretusa, by Melton Arcadia, andGoblet, by Grey Leg Kissing Cup. "Preliminary trials at Memphis, Tenn. of yearling thoruehbreds, which will celebrate their second bimiday on January 1, show several owners in win-tor quarters at Montgomery Park possessed of good invenile racers destined to earn purses or stakes for a903." says a Cincinnati exchange. "Trainers for two months have been busy weeding out the promising material from these that gave no evidence of speed, and C. R. Ellison is the first to give away an aristocratic relative of a prominent turf family. Ellison has more than a dozen yearlings, a majority of which have worked quarters better than 24 seconds. Trainer Mayberry gave away the bay colt by Belvidere Lady Hawkstone. Ellison bought this colt on the strength of his being a full brother to Joe Fray, winner of a California Derby. Ellison's youngster was given to Mickey Shannon, "John M., a "chestnut colt, by Albert Annabel, i has worked well, but Ellison owns his fastest youngster in the son of Kingston Wantage, which ; is yet unnamed. "J. W. Schorr owns twonty-two yearlings, most of them being sired by the dead Esher. They have i received workouts from George Walker, who developed Lady Schorr, Alard Scheck, Endurance by i River, F. W. Brode and other Schorr winners. Walker regards his bast youngster thus far as the ; yearling brother to Judith Campbell. This fellow : is by Esher, and is as large now as his famous sister, which led the list of Schorr winners in the east until sold to John E. Madden. There is also an unnamed colt by Handsome that workod a quarter better than 24 seconds. Schorr yearlings have been askod.to pack high weight in all of their trials, and while the time in many instances has been slow Walker is holding on to all colts and fillies. "G. C. Bennett will have the largest number of two-year-olds racing in his colors in 1993. In addition to some of his own breeding Bennett owns the yearling brother to Fly Wheel, by Falsetto Fright, that has done fast work. Bennett also owns a relative to Savable, the Futurity winner, in the yearling son of King's Counsel Miss Francis, Strathmoath, Savable's dam, being the dam of Miss Francis. Intrusive, the seven-year-old Meddler horse, recently arrived at the Bennett farm and will be bred to Jane, Charm and other former race mares stationed here." Though in perfect stud health at Lexington, KySy the famous sire, Deceiver, owned by tho father of jockey Lucian Lyne, has all his food chopped up for him, even the hay he eats. The horse that has given the turf a John Cooper, a Decanter, a Cover-ton and a Pnryear D., to say nothing of scores upon scores of winners, is coming twenty-thres years old, and save the difficulty he has in masticating his food, he is as hale and hearty as he was ten years ago. Deceiver is now more famous than ever, owing to the fact that he is the first thoroughbred horse Lucien Lyne ever threw his leg over. Lyne rode the noted stallion around the paddocks of Larchmont Stud when the now great rider was in dresses and he and Deceiver have always been stanch friends. Lyne has about abandoned his proposed trip to New Orleans. His salary witlr-the Keenes begins January 1 and on that day he draws one-third of his salary, a trifle over $5,666. His trip to New Orleans might result in an attack of sickness, which, if serious, would affact his contracts with the Wall street magnate, so it is likely he will; not bo seen again in the saddle in this country until he returns from abroad. He has made arrange' mants to sail for England on February 1 and wijl bo in company with J..O. Keone, another Kentuct-ian, under engagement to train the coming-season for General. M. E. Lazaroff, a Russian jmillionaire. Stakes Announced i ; i i ; : STAKES ANNOUNCED. The stakes for the spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club have been announced by Secretary Price. They are ten in number, including a new stake for the jumpers. This will be the first time in ten years that a steeplechase has been given at Churchill Downs. No purse will be given less than $400, with handicaps in proportion. The meeting begins on Derby day, May 2, and continues for fifteen racing days. The stakes close on January 15 and are as follows : The Kentucky Derby for 1904. for three-year-olds, value $3,000. One mile and a quarter. The Kentucky Oaks for 1904, for three-year-old fillies, value $3,CO0. One mile and a sixteenth. The Louisville Nursey for 1904, for two-year-olds, value $6,000. Four and a half furlongs. The Debutante Stakes for 1903, for two-year-old fillies, 1,000 added. Four furlongs. The Bashford Manor Stakes for 1903, for two-year-old colts and geldings, $1,000 added. Four and a half furlongs. The Juvenile Stakes for 1903, for throo-year-olda, $1,000 eddsd. Five fnrloDgs. - - , The Clark Handicap for 1903, for three-year-olds and upward, $1,500 added. One mile and a sixteenth. The Frank Fehr Stakes, for three-year-olds and upward, $1,000 added. One mile. The Blue Grass Stakes for 1933, for three-year-olds, $1,C00 added. Six and a half furlongs. The Louisville Steeplechase for 1903, for three-yoar-olds and upward, $1,000 added. About two miles. In addition to the spring stakes above the Kentucky Derby ($6,000), the Kentucky Oaks, ($1,000), and the Nursery 8takes, ($8,000), now closed, will also be run at the 1903 meeting. Secretary J. W. Russwurm, of the New'Tennessee Breeders' Association, announces that the Cumberland Derby, for three-year-olds, to be run at Cumberland Park next spring, will have $3,000 added, making it worth about $1,500 to the winner. A new race, the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Handicap, will be inaugurated, and will hereafter be a fixture of the Cumberland Park meetings. It will have $1,500 added. The distance will be one mile. The Carter Memorial will be run, of course, and in addition to it will be two stakes for two-year-olds. Each of the two latter will have $1,000 added. One win be for both colts and fillies and the other for filfies exclusively. These five will comprise the staW events, and the entries will closo on January 17. The dates fof the meeting are April 23 to May 2 iiclusivo. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. The two-year-old Ed Layson, a stake winner at St. Louis last season, died at the New Orleans Fair 3rounds last Friday. Ho took cold after a workout about a week ago, which developed into lung fever. Ho was trained by W. W. Benson. Julius Bauer will within a day or two leave New York for Lexington to take in hand twenty horses owned by Alfred Featherstone. Reina, winner of the Brooklyn Handicap, will not bo trained again r Jockey Rigby has just returned from France from, a successful season, and is enjoying tho fruits of his labor. Ho will return to France next season andride for M. Ephrussi at a salary of $15,000. j A D. Mclntyre, secretary of the Brooklyn Jockey Olub and rac'ng secretary of the Saratoga Association, who has been seriously ill from overwork, is roDortod as being much better. L. V. Bell has declined very flattering offers for the services of jockeys Rice and Gannon in France next year. T. K., Chicago, It is one and the same horse and the name is correct as we print it, Thomas, Ciacmiati. Claude has won three racea this year. , . . . Page  Ingleside Form INGIiESIDE IHOBM. San Fbanoisco, Cal., December 15. The horses teeming to have the best chances in Tuesday's races are : First Race Rubino or Vohicer. Second Race Mac Ana or Kermit. Third Race St. Phillipina or Jim Gore II. Fourth Race Corrigan or Ketchiman entry. Fifth Race Bessie McCarthy or Artilla. Sixth Race Arabo or Gaviota. H. Fobsland. RAGE TRACK Information Bureau s Established in 1893. SUITE 500. 363-369 DBA K BOBN ST. 'Phone Hirlnn 3989. FOBM IiETTEB ON ALL BACES $1 DAILY. 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Adams St. 1TIBED AT 10:30 A.M. Evea G , 5-1 , won Sad Sam, 7-10, won were the two grand winners we put over the plato Monday. Our long shot was withdrawn. Another 'Pair of Hot Ones will be Cut loose Tuesday The price on one of these will be at least 10 to 1. On work this pair is as good as in. From now on turfites can look to as for winning information like they never had before. We will unbottle a couple of good things daily at long odds. Subscribe for our wire and become a regular winner. TERMS: $1 PER DAY, $4 "WEEKLY, Or $5 for one Guaranteed Special. If not a winner, the $5 will be refuuded. Wired at 10 a.m. Also for sale at news stand southeast corner Clark and Madison streets. finning System Form and information here is a joke unless a horse retains a position on the outside. During this present track condition any doer with speed can win from high class horses if he has the path and these kind are winning daily at falso long odds. Let ui post you right on each day's two best horses of speed which have the path. TERMS $ 2 D A I L Y, $1 0 W E E K L Y We also hare this week an extra additional three special wires for $5, containing other information We will wire before 2 p.m. SPECIAL OFFER. For the benefit of those whom telegrams cannot roach in time to-take advantage of our new system, we will accept commissions of $25 upwards ana place $1 on each day's special, wiring you the name of special horses and odds received before each race, and mail you the net profits at the end of each week, deducting !5 per cent of winnings for our services. We advise you to send money by telegraph at once as this opportunity will not last long. Vic Britton Co. P. 0. BOX 915, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Make Orders Payable to Ex-Jockey Vic Britton, Mgr. Zi WINNERS Twi Gi9d Things Each Day a Specialty. THE CAXTON WON, 5 to I And Our Patrons Cashed. Tuesday You Can Cash on Two More Delivered to any city address before 12 noon. Wired at 11 a. m. 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Only one horse is sent ont each day. This horse in the opinion of our entire staff of track experts is the belt and surest betting proposition on the card. Clients 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 WINNERS. W. J. Deboe, 31, Fin. 2nd, was our special yesterday. Onr Sunday's adv. in the Daily Racing Form contains a foil list of all other specials given in this series. $20 bet on each horse up to date profited $W4 after deducting all losses. For the next few days we promiie our clients a series of winners that will enable them to double their bank rolls. The percentage of winning- specials over a track kno deep in mud shows the absolute safety of our method. If you aro not already on our list you should subscribe at once. SPECIALS WIRED AT 10 A. M. Terms for Handicap Selections and best bets $1.00 daily, $1.00 weekly. Also for sale at news stands Clark and Madison Sts. LONG BEACH TURF EXCHANGE. 4 REGULAR TRAINS VIA stations 1st and 3rd 5th- Lake baCIVW ShOre 7IT1VI O rmjf- RV. Harrison St 13:35 1:05 1:35 2:10 31st St 12:40 1:10 1:40 3:15 Grand Central Station, Harrison St. and VnKlewood 12:48 1:18 1:48 2:23 Fifth Ave. Grand Orossinc. 12 :54 1 :24 1 :54 2 :29 8w,th0hfaP" ls01 i31 gi01 2i36 Running Time 35 Minutes Four trains returning at 4:15, 524, 6:11 and after last race. BOUND TRIP 25 CENTS. New Orleans Form NEW ORI.EAN8 FOBM. The form of Tuesday's New Orleans fields is : First Bace War Cry, Marco, Ravenspur. Second Race Mathilde, Crescent City, Lady Brockway. Third Race-Kiss Quick, Zack Ford, James J. Corbett. Fourth Race-Tom Maybin, Aurio B., Little Adele. Fifth Race Scorpio, Golden Rule, Ordnuag. Sixth Race-Prince Blazes. Trocadero. Moabina. "JiLYHACINBFORM j ISSUED EVBHT DAY, j WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN OFTIOIAL OSGA1T 07 THS WESTERN JOCKEY OLUB, DAILY BACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. 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" 1 ; Ingleside Form INGIiESIDE FOBM. The form of Tuesday's Ingleside fields is : First Race Vohicer, Ed Lilburn, Guida. Second Race Mac Ana, Stirling Towers, Rasp. Third Race Oro Viva, Jim Gore II., Golden Cottage. Fourth Race The Fretter, Corrigan, Kenil worth. Fifth Race Bessie McCarthy. Artilla, Expedient. Sixth Race Arabo, Gaviota, Laura F. M. New Orleans Entries NBW OBLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather cloudy ; track heavy. Apprentice allowance. Rnns well in mud. First Baca 7-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind. Hones. Age. Wt. Hdep. 86529 Pirate J22 365393 War Cry J3 700 36623 The Wizard 102 650 36591 Prince Herman 99 S6623 Ravenspur 99 '2 35628Enhance 6o 36556Flora Levy 9 650 36523Marco 94 690 36599Cologne II 94 675 Second Bace 5-8 Mile. All ages. Allowances. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 36565 Aline S f J05 650 36522 Sister Kate II 4 -105 665 128438 Dr. McNally 4... .10a 600 36470 Honeybrook .... 3... .103 69o l29042 Ardita 3....103 690 (36543) Mathilde 2....102 725 S5895 Grantor 6... .100 ,00 31125 Lady Brockway .... 3 .... 100 710 31299 Crescent City 3....1M 720 35794 King Dodo 2.... 94 ......710 Lady Superba, nr. f, by Oddfellow Leostrata.... 2.... 90 86628 Wilton 2.... 90 709 Third Race 1 Mile. 3-jear-oldt and upward. Belling. Ind. Horse.. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 31157 Rowdy G.... 1 S6590 Zack Ford 4.103 120 j j 36635James J. Corbett .... 4....1C1 715 36528 Star Gazer 5.. ..101 640 16475 MissShanley ... 5...: 101 710 366163Kiss Quick . . . . 5 .... 101 ...... 725 36521 Lissome.. .". 5.. ..101 710 29508Willard J 4.. ..101 650 36616 Phil Knight 3....100 625 S6551Maid of Enid 4.... 96 625 36649Dutch Carter 5.... 96 7C0 Fourth. Bace 7-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 366232Florestan....i ....107 665 36638 Lord Touchwood 107 675 (56623) Tom Maybin ....105 700 36638 Welcome Light 105 640 36628 Helen Hay ....103 670 36599 Floyd K ...102 670 36628 Little Adele .... 99 6S0 36599 Hedge .... 99 ......650 S6636Uurie B .... 94 ......690 Fifth Bace 5-8 Mile. All Ages, Allowances; (36602) Golden Rule .... 5.. ..117 720 (56624) If You Dare .... 4.. ..117 675 (36626) Scorpio . . . . 5 .... 107 725 36538 Henry McDaniel .... 2.. ..105 705 3658920rdnung .... 6....105 720 360293Fon Spray . . . . 4 .... 105 670 366003Okla .... 3.. ..105 700 362013Whiskey King .... 3.. ..104 705 (36635)Benmora .... 3.. ..100 675 366383Kittaning .... 2.... 98 685 36193 Epidemic .... 2.... 95 650 Sixth Bace 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Allowances. 36285 Lady Chorister .... 4.. ..Ill 675 364403Mosketo .... 4....106 700 366242Joe Lesser .... 4.. ..105 650 S66272Prince Blazes .... 7. ...105 725 36033 Gin Spray 5.... 103 625 (36580)Trocadero .... 3.. ..101 ......720 36553Moabina .... 3.. ..100 710 (36640)Georgia Gardner.. .... 4....100 .- 650 366132Swordsman .... 8.... 99 705 New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FOBM. New Orleans, La., December 15 The horses seeming to have the best chances in Tuesday's races are: First Race War Cry, Pirate, Ravenspur. Second Race Grantor, Crescent City, Lady Brockway. Third Race Zack Ford, Kiss Quick, Willard J. Fourth Race Florestari, Tom Maybin, Lord Touchwood. Fifth Race-Golden Rule, Okla, If You Dare. Sixth Race Prince Blazes, Moabina, Swordsman. T. K. Ltnch. Ingleside Entries INGIiESIDE ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather cloudy ; track slow. Runs well in mud. First Race Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) All Ages. Selling. Ind. Horses. . Age. Wt. Hdcp. 317083Ken Magen 4. ...Ill 700 36j36 Vohicer .... 5. ...108 725 319252Bogus Bill 5. ..'.108 710 36515 Sam Lazarus Esq.... .... 6.. ..108 705 36 93 Katherioe Ennis 4.... 105 690 36641 Jack Richelieu Jr 4.. ..105 .690 36605 El Piloto 4 .... 105 ...... 695 36629 Rubino .... 3.. ..102 ... ..710 S6I42 Legal Maxim .... 3.. ..102 715 36630 Action ... 2 ... 98 710 36t983Ed Lilburn 2.... 9t 720 366C6 Guida .... 2.... 86 715 Second Bace 7-8 Mile. 3-year-oldi and upward. Selling, Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdep. 36641 Rasp .... 4.. ..109 710 36656 Alado 5.. ..109 705 31780 Racivo 5.. ..109 710 36545 Discovery 3.. ..107 705 36569 Kermit .... 3.. ..104 710 Inaugurator, ch. c,by Tiger Installatrix..... 3.. ..104 36593 Sleeping Child 3.. ..104 700 365333Stirling Towers 3.... 104 720 36642 All About .... 3.. ..104 715 36497 Mac Ana 3.... 99 725 Third Race Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) All ages. Selling, lud. Horses. Ace, Wt. Hdcp. S56S32Jim Gore II .... 7. ...112 720 34277 Hutch Miller 4. ...108 715 3663J3Golden Cottage .... 3. ...108 715 366172Jim Brownell .... 7. ...105 7C0 365092Amsa 7.. ..105 ......715 36515 St. Phillipina .... 3.. ..105 710 36629 Montoya .... 3.. ..102 700 36630 Mr. Dingle .... 2 ... 94 710 36630 Step Around 2.... 91 700 S6631 Bncolic 2.... 91 705 36630 Onyx II .... 2.... 91 705 366!03Oro Viva .... 2.... 89 ......725' Fourth Bace 6 1-3 Furlongs. 3-year.olds and upward. Handicap. (36632)tKenilworth -... 4.. ..132 735 366202Corrigan .... 3.. ..119 740 36465 Vesuvian .... 5. ...117 735 (36645)The Fretter .... 6.. ..116 750 S65S72Flushof Gold 5.. ..109 730 365132tIHowaho .... 3. ...108 725 fW. H. Ketchiman entry. Fifth Bace 1 Mile and 70 Yards. All Ages. Selling. 36610 Antolee .... 4....111 710 S65862Expodient .... 5....111 715 36514 Ignacio .... 3.. ..110 710 365203Artilla....i .... 5.. ..106 720 88561 Gawaine 4.. ..106 715 24216 Dance Along 4.. ..106 700 36610 Galanthus 4.. ..106 715 36634 Platonius 2.... 102 700 366342Bessie McCarthy .... . 3....102 725 Sixth Race 3-4 WHlr. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 36582 LadyRowell 112 ......7?0 3661 8 Polonius 110 725 (366ii)Arabo ....110 750 ?65382Gold Van 110 735 366442Gaviota ....107 740 (X6270) Laura F. M .....107 735 Page  New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NitW ORLEANS, IA December 15, 1903. Sixteenth day. Croicont City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather wet; track heavy. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No recall flag nsed. j Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. 9 indicates whip, 5 spurs, blinkers. 3664:7 FIR8T HACE-3"4 Mi,e Pars$- All ages. Maidens. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St M Vx StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 31835 MERAN 8 3 109 3 Vi l 1U 11 Donegan B Schreibor 15 25 25 10 28427 MAJOR TKNNY R 3 109 1 82 22 21 2 W Mnrphy J W Schorr 15 30 30 12 36638 ORONTE 1 2 105 6 43 31 S S6 Hoar S 8 Bender 21 21 11-57-10 366112PADING LIGHT V 2 102 8 7 61 4" 45 Gannon A Simons 7-5 11-511-57-10 3 9743SHOT PROOF ft 2 100 9 52 5" 53 5 Fanntleroy H D Beams 15 20 15 6 36104 SLEEPY HEAD R5 2 96 5 22 48 62 6" MnlhollandT E Mannix & Co 20 20 10 4 86566 URANIUU US 2 105 4 9 9 7 7 CrosthwaiteA Featherstone 4 8 7 21 36638 PAGEANT RJ 2 100 2 8 8 8 8 Neeley Mrs M CLyles&Col2 15 12 5 366233 JOHN CARNEY R 2 100 7 62 7 9 9 J William B J Cnnnlngham 10 12 12 4 36552 PIQUANCY RJ 2 98110 10 10 10 10 W Hicks E K Wheeler 20 20 20 8 Time, 25, SZ, 1:21. Winner B. c, by Foul Shot Apozea (trained by W. Whalen). Went to post at 2:02. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won all out; second easily. Meran cut across the track when the barrier went up and Donegan kept him on the path and hustled him along all the way. Ho was doing his best at the end to stall off Major Tenny. The latter finished strongly and was wearing the winner down in the last furlong. Oronte began slowly, but caught Sleepy Head tiring while rounding the far turn, then tired when it came to a drive. Sleepy Head was off well and bad the path, but quit after going a half. Fading Light ran poorly. Uranium and John Carney began slowly and were soon hopelessly out of it. Overweights Shot Proof, S pounds; Sleepy Head, 2; Piquancy, 11. Meran, show, 5 to 1. Major Tonny, show, 5 to 1. Oronte, show, 2 to 5. Fading Light, show, 2 to 5. 3664:8 SECOND RACE 1 Mile. Purse $180. 3-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St U K 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C 1' 86439 SHANDONFIBLD R5 10511 1" 12 ih 22 13 Hoar W N Adrians 8 8 8 2 3e6152OPTIMO B5 102 5 31 21 22 Ih 2 W Hicks H Robinson 21 4 4 4-5 365883ATHEOLA I 101 3 5 43 3h 42 33 H Michaels J A Kyle 8 8 61 2 366022WORTHINGTON R 105 2 22 311 45 Sh 42 Fuller H Dernham 7-107-103-5 1-4 365533LIGHTHUNT R 104 4 42 5 5 5 5 J Miller E J Arnold & Co 8 11 10 21 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 53, 1 :2t$. 1 :49. Winner Br. c, by Prince of Monaco Sara (trained by W. N. Adrians. Went to post at 2:30. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. Shandonfleld had the outside position at the post and Hoar kept him on the path all the way. He showed a lot of speed and raced Optimo to defeat while rounding the first turn and came away alone in the stretch run. Optimo was bumped into at the start and had to go to the inside onthebackstretch to get to the leaders and fully rail his race. Atheola was hustled along all the way. Worthington stumbled after rounding the turn into the backstretch and Fuller gave him an easy ride after that. Shandonfleld ran away two and one-quarter miles after the finish. Scratched (36580)Trocadero, 110; 385882Commissioner Foreter, 108; 36553 Moabina, 107; 36592 Potheen, 99. Overweights Shandonfleld, 11 pounds. No show betting. 3664:9 THIRD RACE 6 1-3 Furlongs. Purse $400. 8-year-olda and upward. Selling. Ind Horse A Wt St jj Yt 34. StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36353 THE CAXTON 1 4 103 2 2" 23 21 1 Gannon J Arthur 4 6 6 8-5 366043TOM KINGSLEY R( 7 114 1 43 83 Ih 2? W Hicks C A Johnson & Co 1 1 9-102-5 30816 LORD NEVILLE Rl 7 1C9 5 1 H 311 81 C Alley W H Fizer & Co 4 5 5 3-2 86592 VESU VIA R 4 103 6 51 4h 41 410 Feicht J Robertson 8 10 10 3 353093JIM NAP R 4 1C1 3 6 6 6 5" Preston S T Hopkins & Co 8 12 10 4 34742DUTCH CARTER 5 " 98 4 32 53 53 6 Phillips J Phillips 12 12 10 3 Apprentice allowance. Time, 24J, 52, 1 :21Jg, 1 :29, Winner Br. c, by The Commoner Catalpa (trained by J. Arthur). Went to post at 1:00. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second easily. Gannon took The Caxton over to the outside in the first furlong and went through hii field without much effort when he found the path. He was under punishment all of the last furlong and outgamed Tom Kingsley when it came to a drive. The laiter was in the lumpy going all the way, made up a lot of ground when round ins the far turn, but tired in the stretch run. Lord Neville showed a lot of early speed, but tired after going a half. Vesuvia did well. Scratched 36624 Lemoyne, 96. Overweights Lord Neville, 3 pounds. The Caxton, show, 3 to 5. Tom Kingsley, show, out. Lord Neville, show, 4 to 5. 36650 F0UETH HACE 7-8 Mile' Parse 500. Alleges. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St & yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (36S)JOHN PETERS J 3 112 4 11 11 18 lis 125 Gannon J W Schorr 1 I I f S6S263 W. J. DEBOE jj 4 110 2 21 3a 6 31 2 Otis J Arthur 21 4 4 4-5 S66373ECHO DALE R 4 105 3 5 45 4- 2 J6 O'Neil T E Crist 8 8 6 8-5 36637 GLENNEYIS ft 2 95 5 41 21. 22 4 4" Fuller W Durker 5 5 41 6-5 366S9 DEATH 15 7 107 1 31 5 5 5 5 Cogswell H Robinson 12 20 20 6 Time, 27, 53, 1:21, 1:36. Winner Ch. c, by Lord Esterling Tarpeia II. (trained by J. Lowe). , Went to post at 3:22. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. John Peters outclassed his company in the going, was on the path all the way and Gannon was easing him up all through the last furlong. Otis took W. J. Deboe back in the first half and finished fast in the stretch run. Echo Dale was made too much use of and tired. Glennovis ran well to the stretch. Scratched S66372The Lady, 123. No show betting on first three. 36651 FIFTH EACE 6 1-3 urlougs. Pnrse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A WtSt K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 317543HARBY fflLSON R 3 101 7 51 11 HI 13 Gannon J W Schorr 2 3 3 I S66243DOE3KIN R 3 103 2 H 21 23 215 Treanor Lowe & Hacker 8 10 10 4 366352ALPACA 5 100 5 82 41 82 82 McCafferty A C McCaffarty 5 5 3 6-5 (E6t.6S)BROWN VAIL R 6 103 4 6 6 4 4" Miller E J Arnold & Co 15 20 20 6 . (36616)ST. TAMMANY IS 3 110 3 211 85 52 5 Davisson J U Strode 3 5 5 2 36635 RUS8ELLTON R 4 107 1 41 52 6 6 Prince S J Charles 15 20- 20 8 S6624 PIERCE J. S 3 103 6 Pulled up. Cogswell H Robinson 6 6 4 6-5 Apprentice allowance. Time. 26, 5SJ, 1 :2, 1 :2S?& Winner Ch. c, by Lord Esterling Opaechee (trained by J. Lowe). Went to post at 3:46. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second the same. Harry Wilson began slowly and Gannon waited until he found an opening on the outside and shot his mount through on the path, shook off his field while rounding the far turn and had something in reserve at the end. Doeskin had no mishaps and was under a drive all of the last furlong. McCafferty could not do Alpaca justice. Russellton was off well in motion, but dropped out of it after going a quarter. 3cratched-(3S612)Optional, 110. Harry Wileon, show. 1 to 2. Doeskin, show. 3 to 2. Alpaca, show. 3 to 5. Pierce J., show, 3 to 5. 36652 SIXTH HACK 1 1-16 Mlles Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M Vi 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 86603 FLANEUR W 4 97 2 11 12 12 11 u d Gilmore J Maiden 3 31 31 6-5 (86601)SHUT UP ftf 4 102 1 25 23 25 23 24 Helgasen V Hughes & Co 3 31 31 8-2 36616 JOE DOUGHTY RS 6 105 7 7 515 53 so 38 LeBlanc J P Hirth & Co 20 20 20 6 36S012BANISH R 6 102 4 33 620 520 g20 415 O'Neill H Thorpe & Co 21 41 41 8-5 36112 HEROICS Iff 6 104 5 43 42 4 42 5 Hall T Costello SO 30 25 8 3441SELIZA DILLON M 3 88 6 610 j sh 53 60 H Gilmore J D Brown 20 20 15 S (36575JMORANDA R 4 18 3 51 7 7 7 7 Rice A Featherstone 2 21 11-56-5 Apprentice allowance. Time, 27, 54, 1 :24, 1 :54, 2 :01. Winner Br. c, by Bramble Promenade (trained by J. Maiden). Went to post at 4:18. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won cleverly; second easily. Flaneur and Shut Up had the path all the way together and the former showed the most speed throughout and had something in reserve at the end. Shut Up was under a hard drive all through the last furlong. Joe Doughty flniBhed fast. Banish and Moranda were always outrun, the latter making a particularly bad showing. Scratched 366272Prince Blazes, 108; 36624 Henry of Trastamare, 102; (S6603)Leviathan, 94. Overweights Heroics, 2 pounds. Flaneur, show, 1 to 2. Shut Up. show. 1 to 2. Joe Doughty, show, 2 to 1. Moranda, show, 1 to 2. Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN FRANOISOO, OAX., December 15, 19e)3. Twenty-sixth day. New California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather cloudy; track slow. Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, J. J. Holtman. No recall flag usnd. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. R indicates whip, 5 spnrs. blinkers. 36653 FIKST HACB 5 1a Fnrlous. Purse 5400. 2-year-olds." Maidens. Selling. Ed" Horses A Wt St U K U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P S64802QUATRE R 108 2 5 411 45 Ih t Burns E Tierney 2 3i3 l 3663Q2SIR PRESTON 102 4 H 2 311 C Connell Demarest Stable 21 5 41 8-5 S65S1 RIPPER 5 102 5 4 1 11 35 Hewitt J G Brown & Co 15 50 50 12 36581 80MENOS R 110 1 21 3 2 46 Birkenruth A Josephs 2 11-59-5 7-10 36180 DISTRUST f 107 7 71 76 610 5 J Ranch J Tonhey 6 8 7 21 34622 JOHN F. FINERTY R 107 6 65 52 53 610 Donnelly JObermeyer 12 15 12 5 36516 BORDER MARK R5 110 8 8 8 8 710 Groves W H O'Brien 100 100 100 40 RODANA R 107 3 81 61 71 8 Cochran Owen Bros 10 40 40 12 Time, 25, 5U, 1:031, 1:11. Winner B. f, by Lissak Victoria IV (trained by H. Hamilton). Went to post at 2:05. At post 2 minutes. Start ood. Won driving; second the same. Quatre, lucky and skillfully ridden, picked the good going, and after being reserved to the stretch, finished fast. Sir Preston traversed the bad going throughout and was given a weak finish. Ripper, away poorly, moved up with superior speed and ran in improved form. Somenos ran as if short throughout and tired badly at the end after beating the gate at the start. Scratehed 36581 No Friend, 107. Overweights Quatre, 1 pound. Qnatra, show. 2 to 5. Sir Prnston, show, 7 to 10. Ripper, show, 5 to 1. Somenoe, show, 1 to 3. 36654: aEC0ND HACB-3- 'ttlle Pi'so 100. 3-year-oldB and upward. Selling. Ind" Horses A Wt St 3 H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 5658TMAELII B 5 102 1 1 13 1 H W Waldo J Burrows & Co 2 3 13-51 (36641 )HANDPRESS R 7 112 4 32 2 25 21 1 T Burns W P Magrane 2 2 3-2 3-5 S JRt?1 5 107 7 7 7 51 33 Birkenruth Ezell & Lazarus 6 12 12 5 86607 MONTANA PEERESS 5 3 97 3 66 61 4 45 Reed Mrs J Coffey 10 10 7 11-5 36546 ST. RICA 4 104 6 5" 5" 6" 53 Cochran J P Atkin 6 10 8 21 25552 SPttP. IS 3 100 2 41 4 7 6 Lewis M A Stephenson 10 25 25 8 31380 RUD HYNICKA 3 102 5 21 31 3" 7 J Sheehan F Phillips 10 50 50 15 Time, 2H, 51, 1:18. Winner Ch. m, by St. Felix Trne Blue II. (trained by J. Burrows). t0,?0 t 2:31. At post 3 minutes. Start straggling. Won easily; second the same. Maggie Uelix i-f11 beat the gate and made the most of her advantage, turned in next to the rail on the stretch turn, gaining six lengths on Handpress. The latter went hopelessly wide hern, but finished fast and was easily.stcond best. Silver Fiza, away poorly, closed a big gap. Montana Peeress was badly ridden and swerving in the stretch. St. Rica got away poorly. Rud Hynicka showed a little early speed. Scratched 30441 Cousin Carrie, 107. Corrected weights Handpress, 112. Overweights St. Rica, 2 pounds; Nora D , 3. Maggie Felix, show, 1 to 2. Handpress, show, 1 to 4. Silver Fizz, show, 21 to 1. 'A. A fi K E TflIRD RACE JTuturity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400 UUUUU 2-year-olds. Allowances. fnd Horses A Wt St M H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 366182IKEDEUS 108 3 HI 12 14 12 T Burns VV B Jennings &C08-5 9-5 6-5 1-4 S6581JTHE OWL 15 103 1 41 Sh 8 2i Minder Brearley & Pierce 15 15 10 16-5 52i8gEFT8C11LANI) If " 107 5 2,i 23 2H 38 W Waldo B Schreiber 4-5 6-511-101-4 55SSS 5?fL ., . 103 2 55 53 51iil McKinnon Smith & Co 100 300 300 50 352W f 5EtIRACLE r U 107 7 7 7 6H 5h Birkenruth Mrs C F Sanders 15 80 30 10 AJ?JJiI . R 100 6 6 6" 765 C Connell A Josephs 60 100 100 30 86618 JOCKEY CLUB 107 4 3U 45 43 7 Chorn W Fisher 40 40 40 10 . Time, 1:14. Winner B. c, by Golden Garter Iris (trained by W. B. Jennings). Went to ppst at 2:57.. At post 1 minute. Start straggling. Won easily ; second driving. Iredeus led throughout with plenty in hand and ran as if he outclassed the field. The Owl ran a good race, is steadily improving and wore Deutschland down at the end. The latter quit badly arid is perhaps a non-stayer. Joekey Club tired almost to a walk in the going. Overweights Iredeus, 1 pound ; Iras, 1 ; Jockey Club, 4. Iredeus, show, out. The Owl, show, 7 to 10. Deutschland, show, out. 36656 F Selling RACB-1 Mil 100 Yard8' Pne$400. 3-year-olds and upWHrdr-Ind Horses A Wt St M K & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P" 36479 CONSTABLE USE 3 107 3 121 12 13 13 14 j Ranch Musto & Ruiz 6 R 2 365953FILIBUSTER " 8 111 2 21 2 23 221 22 Minder S Judca fi R I Lr 86620 HESPER 5 114 7 81 81 61 1 63 31 JDal M J Daly 6 6 5 I" 36583 LONE FISHERMAN HSB 4 107 11 102 102 n 5 45 Donnelly WL Oliver 6 15 15 1 365853ALADO 5 107 10 11 511 32 33 51 Bell MrsAW Small 6 9 9 4 KE?&Ea ! Ul I J 4H 7? 7! 63 BirkenruthJGBroln&Co 4 ' 10 10 4 36234 BRI8SAC RSI 3 102 5 3a 31 41 41 72 C Kelly J J Marklein B 10 in 4. 365703PHIL ARCHIBALD R 4 107 9 7 71 82 81 82 Donovan J M Crane & Co '0 30 15 6 361203ROSARIE R 3 105 6 92 92 91 10 93 W Waldo P Howfey & Co 30 o '0 8 fg?LDE BSB 5 109 8 5 6. 105 91 1010 Carson MrT J cSfoy 8 10 9 4 36o86 BATHOS I 5 107 " 4 6H11 11 11 11 Cochran J J Moran 10 10 10 4J- Time, 24, 50i, 1:18. 1:46. 1:521. TO. Winner Br. g, by Bassetlaw Detnx (trained by V. Gilbert). m- fht050stai3:2i- A Post 1 minute. Start strangling. Won easily; second. the same. Constable, fresh and good, got away running, made the most of this advantage, led throughout with plenty in reserve and was easily best. Filibuster, hard pressed in following the winner's pace, tired at the ,ind ZMaAyl?S TUt- Hssper, off badly androughly treated on the first turni Closed a ibi"gap art l 'c.d,, Lon8 Fls.rm1an. nly steadily improved his position, finishing fast. Alado, PraaJS Natnnqfe1No!adnri04DlO,I,ed handicaPPfld in one rfn badly. Overweights Constable, 5 pounds. Constable, yhow, evens. Filibuster, &how, 3 to 5. Hesper, show, evens. 36657 F1FTH BACB3-4 Mlle' Pse$400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. " Ind Horses A Wt St X V StrFin Jockeys Owners O H n p SSS18 I F ll h W!l f fAable 10 ?5 ?5 I ?R?ai pnr r w S 7 i 5 6 6, 41 1 LAJackson H E Rowell 12 40 40 8 1- 1- i , Time, 25, 501, 1:161. w Winner Ch. g, u by Rancocas Heeley (trained by J. H. Brannanl. Went to post at 3:51. At post 5 minutes. Start fair. Won amsilv A.nnrt th. .. qj 8am a , j unextended throughout and outclassed the field Botany & secured a luckv stnr fnlK,i ?d le.d pace closely and was the Only other serious contender. Ned Dennis 'ski was gven a HrhnH Sd hlm thlrd?laC8- St- 8J. dly handled, finished Ia"loliSlT'. undtfaryffid17' WaS rDShd lDt Prominonc8 in e deep going and'tired badlyaUheS Scratched (31976)Illilonon, 107. Sad 8am, show, 1 to 7. Botany, show. 7 to 10. Ned Dennis, show, evens. 36658 SIXTH KACJ51 MUe Pnrs$400- 3-year-olds and upward. BelUng. Ind Horses A Wt St U. X . StrFin Jockeys "Ownlri O H C P ' bis8 i : iyyu -mz Winner-Ch.f, by Juvenal-Sister Geneva '(trkine'd by J. Coffey). under a skillful, vigorous ride outstayed the others after a long stretch drive ATmliSJ P2vin d and carried wide on both turns, closed a big gap ana flnfa&dK journey. He is a superior colt. Grafter went Twell at the weights fgoing notto hLlifimr PnMn S3 firi1nreSlanttqhuLrtaeCr,: UtClaSS8d- Bt aWay badf aX SSSg Overweights Axminster, 1 pound; Stuyve, 2. Evea Q., show, 4 to 5. Dunblane, show, 3 to 5. Axminster, show, 1 to 2. Btnyve, show, 1 to 2. TO STUDENTS OF FORM. A large proportion of the horses now running at San Francisco took part in the sixty days racing at Butte, Mont, last summer. Knowledge of their performances there is of great value to students of form who are following the course of racing at 'Frisco. Daily Racing Foem has prepared a table of the Butte racing in compact style which is for sale at 10 cents. It will be mailed to all who may apply on receipt of the sum namu. NOTICK. Dailt Haoinq Fobm is a publication whleh is bailt by its staff from day to day. Its "fomj" an the number of its charts are copyrighted. The chart numbers arc so arranged that legal ill em til. cation la easy of proof. The seleetleas anel kaadl. cap figures attached to entries are arranged on tksj same basis. The latter coait from ths work of foar experts after the tlgray.o receipt of oharti anel ntriea. All peraona are warded not io, naa aaii chart or index numbara, selections or handiaap figmraa, 1 . Page  Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. The yearling black filly by Liesak Kildeer (dam of Goldsmith), by Darebin, and the yearliDg bay colt by Longflight Mannie Himyar (dam of Black-stock, by Himyar, ownejl by W. C. Whitney, are dead at the Aiken, N. C, breeding establishment of .the New York millionaire turfman. They disd of distemper, which disease has taken off quite a number of youngsters in that section during the fall. These were among the most promising of the coming two-year-olds at the place. Hanlight, a broodmare, the property of "Bo" EespeBS, was found dead last Saturday at the farm at Woodlawn, Ohio. Hanlight was by Hanover Longalight, and was heavy in foal to Maceo. She was. a very valuable broodmare and, coupled with the loss of the foal, makes it a pretty heavy blow for BeBpess. The barn destroyed by fire at Wood-lawn has been replaced by a fine frame structure. Sam Hildreth, who got into trouble with the Jockey Clnb several years ago, denies that he has been reinstated by the Jockey Clnb. In Bpeaking of the matter Hildreth said: "I have received no letter from W. S. Vosburg of the Jockey Club telling of my reinstatement, as has been reported from Memphis. I have heard nothing on the subject and I do not expect to hear anything. I was only suspended by the Jockey Club for that fall and I suppose I could have gone back east long before now." James Bowe, at a private sanitarium in Eait Thirty-Third street, New York, near Madison avenue, received a good many friends last Saturday. Jockey D. Maher, Ted Foley and Jim Villep-gue, just up from Sheepshead Bay, formed one party. Later Fred Hanlon dropped in, and W. Lakeland with his son. The well-known trainer is doing ai well as can be expected and his physicians hope to have him all right in due time. The racing firm of Farris & Lyne, Lexington, Ky., has dissolved, and W. C. Lyne has formed a partnership with Will Jones for the purpose of training and racing a stable of thoroughbreds the coming season. They have bought the half interest of Mr. Farris in the following two-year-olds, that will be raced in their colors next season : Hook so Oka (sister to Judge Redwine), br. f, by Scorpion Ten Ban, by Ten Broeck. Nath Woodcock, ch. g, by Frank Eisman Cora Taylor, by London. Trixie Dimling, ch. f, by The Minstrel Minnie -MHy7"dani of the good race mare, Kitty B. W. C. Daly has been commissioned to teach the American style to lads from foreign lands. Daly has a Hungarian lad named Dionysiua Falfy now under his tutelage, who was sent here by his father, , a lawyer in Hungary, to acquire the American habit of riding winners. Palfy has picked up a good deal since his arrival in this country, and is promised a good engagement to ride in his own country when he returns there next fall, and will be able to do about 100 pounds. Jockey J. H. (Skeeti) Martin is seriously ill at the Hotel Cadillac, New York city. He contracted a severe cold a few days ago, which, according to his physicians, has developed into grip. Martin had some teeth extracted early last week and a cold resulted. This early settled into throat trouble and bronchitis, and the jockey has been confined to his room for the past four days. Martin's condition late Sunday night was regarded as quite serious. He could not be seen, but his wife stated that he was seriously ill and his condition was not -improved. The project to mount the bones of the famousX thoroughbred sire Hanover has brought to light the fact that the horse was dismembered by relic hunters when he was put to death. The famous stallion broke a leg, and it was first thought he I might be saved. When he was finally put to death admirers of the great horse securod his hoofs and one of his legs was taken by the veterinarian. Should his bones be mounted and placed in a museum it will be necessary to supply the missing parts from some other animal. Belmont Park, the new metropolitan track that is to take the place of Morris Park, is not to be controlled by a stock company, as are most of the others in The Jockey Club domains. It will be built with the moneyv'of three royal good friends of racing, August Belmont, W.C. Whitney and W. E. Vanderbilt. It is further said that the appointments will eclipse anything in this country or anywhere that racing is carried on. The administrator of the estate of "War Jig" James Murphy has written to Philip J. Dwyer to ascertain the whereabouts of the horse Fred Acker-man, which Murphy raced with fair success on the metropolitan tracks last season. .Murphy's death came suddenly, and it is not known just what disposition he had made of the horse. Returning Americans say that H. E. Leigh has conferred a great public benefit upon many English trainers of race horses by establishing at his home, Findon, a factory for the production of racing plates, which find a ready and large sale. I CO I I H !! 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