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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, December 17, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902121701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, December 17, 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  "YOI.. VJH. HQ. 301. CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1902 PRICE 5 CENTS Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. In common with other horsemen who have watched the career of J. Heiff in France, jockey C. Thorpe says that he saw nothing wrong with the Tiding of the boy now under the ban of the French -Jockey Clnb and fighting for a chance to continne his career in the saddle. "I watched Reiff all season," Thorpe said, "and I never saw anything wrong with his riding. He led all the jockeys in France and his work in the saddle was perfect. The Frenchmen could not find any fault with his riding, but I guess they thought he was getting around too ranch after dark, and then they probably were influenced by the numerous stories of pulling. The toutB are responsible for all or nearly all the trouble of the American jockeys riding on the other side. You see, the Americans are the most suc--cessful riders, and the successful boy always has enemies who are only too willing to feed any prejudice there may be against him. The tout, of course, has to tell his little story; In" order to land hie man he tells him that heNis intimate with such and such a jockey, and the successful Jockey is the only one that the tout links his name with. That means the American jockey. When the tout happens to be an American and he says that his countryman is going to pull a horse to let .another win, and the face rosnlts as the tout foretoldwhy, there is a bad case against the jockey, and it does not matter how innocent he maybe or how hard he may have tried to win. I never saw a better rider than Reiff, and I don't believe a boy -could have so many winning mounts as he had laet season and be crooked. It seems impossible. Bnt I guess his goose is cooked. It doesn't look as 'if he would get back again, and I'm sorry for that, because he is a great rider." DThe prospects for a big field of highjblass three-year-olds in the Dorby to be run at Cumberland Park, Nashville, are very bright according to reports from that city. The entries to this event will probably close on January 17, as will the entries to the other stakes. At the present time there is enough material located at Cumberland Park to select a field of first-class Derby candidates. The management expects at least one hundred nominations, the fees, of which will swell the Derby to the value of $5,000 or more. J. A. Drake, the Chicago turfman, will probably depend on at least one of the four which he will ""enter. Mr. Wisbard, who trains for Drake, has already said that he would nominate Savable, this year's Futurity winner ; Von Rouse, High Chancellor, besides one other. In the handicap, Drake's colors will be" represented by the American Derby winner, Wyeth and by Runnels, Both of these horses will be prepared for the early handicaps. W. W. Dardeh & Co. will also have three to represent them namely, J. Sidney Walker, Monsieur Beaucaire and Sioux Chief. William Gerst will have Fore a'nd Aft; Frank Bruhns will send Harding to the post; George Hendrie has Reservation. In fact, from present indications, the race will prove to be the best rnn up to the American Derby. When aeked recently if Savable wonld be sent to Memphis to try for the Tennessee Derby, Mr.'Wish-ard said that he did not think he would. He said that he would declare the son of Salvator ont of the Memphis classic, and that it was not likely that the Drake colors wonld be represented at Montgomery Park. There will be bnt a few horses go to Memphis from Nashville, and so far there is only one Derby candidate that will try conclusions with the Bluff City horsemen. William Gerst will give Fore and Aft a Special preparation for the Tennessee Derby. The stables of Woodford Clay and Turney Brothers will be shipped to Cumberland Park from Kentucky the latter part of January, to be prepared for the 1903 campaign. Secretary Russwurm has received letters from both of these stables, saying that they would be there. Jockey "Skeets" Martin in a recent talk with a Daily America representative had this to say: "Of course you know that I am going to ride for Mr. W. C. Whitney in England. He will have a fine stable over there, and I think his horses will be able to cope, with any on the British turf next season. "Why is there all this furor because 'Danny' Maher has denied that he ever rode for King Ed-' ward? In following the daily races has any American ever heard of Maher having a leg up on the king's horses? If he has the report was groundless. Jones was the only jockey that piloted King Edward's horseslast season. " I partially agree with Maher when he says that the English thoroughbred is superior to the Yankee horse. The reason for this' is that there is more breeding in England than in America and the colts there are not broken in as. early as they are here. Taking everything into consideration, however, America can feel proud of her horses. They are speedy and are capable of going a long journey with heavy weight up and making good time at that. "I like England and- also the manner in which racing is conducted there The stewards consider all matters impartially atad whenever a horse owner or jockey is suspended they fully deserve it. "I have made no plans for riding in America in the future, and so long as I am pleased with England and the racing methods over there I will ride in that country provided they want me." Large entries have been made in several of the Coney Island Jockey Club's stakes which closed lecently. The Tidal, for three-year-olds, in 1904 received 134; The Mermaid, 128 entries; the Lawrence Realization, 76 yearling entries, while it had previously received 233 foal entries: The Great Filly Stakes, 2C1 ; The Century, 142, and the Annual Champion, 62 yearling entries. The foal entries in this event numbered 211. The Lawrence Realization for 1905 received 104 foal nominations and the Annual Champion for the same year 105 yearling entries. James R. Keene reports the death of the bay colt by Kingston Onoma, foaled in 1902, while the firm of J. R. & F. P. Keene has lost by death the following foals of 1902 : Brown filly, by Kingston Citron-ella; bay or brown colt', by Kingston Syrabelle; chestnut colt, by Kingston Harpsichord ; chestnut colt, by St. Leonards Illogical ; bay colt? by St. Leonards St. 'Cypria ; brown filly, by Ben Brush Mere Hill; bay or brown colt, by Ben Brush Fair Vision ; chestnut colt, by Horoscope Fingal. W. C. Whitney has lost the yearling colt by Longflight Mannie Gray, the latter a sister of the great Domino August Belmont has lost the filly High Game, by Hastings Her Grace, a foal of 1902. The racing world received a surpriee last Monday at New Orleans with the announcement that John W. Schorr has sold to Sam Hildroth the entire string that he has been racing there, with the exception of Ordnung and two yearlings. This means one of the most useful stables in training there, and for their new owner thore seems to be some rich profits ahead. The price for the lot is said to be $12,000, and for this he gets John W. Peters, Harry Wilson, Sarner, Commissioner Fprster, Leviathan, Major .Tenny, Ravenspur, Nicolette and C. B. Campbell. The reason given by Mr. Schorr for the sale is that the extensive string that Be has in training at Montgomery Park, Memphis, requires ,all his attention. He has thirty-six horses wintering there, ths majority of which are yearlings. The fact that he wa9 without a rider at New Orleans ajso influences Mr. Schorr to sell. He telegraphed to Bullman to come on from California last week, but received no reply. Tho stable while racing at New Orleans has had several races thrown away through bad rides, and the clearing cut is merely a sale earlier than in- " M tended, for when he shipped there the idea was to race them until their merit had been shown and then dispose of them. The good form shown by the horses since the meeting opened, brought several offers, but Hildreth asked for a price on the lot, and when it was named accepted it. The purchase was made as a speculation, as Hildreth's idea is to sell any or all when his terms are met, that is to say, when he can see a fair profit for his investment. Vith the transfer of the horses went their stake engagements, which enhances their value considerably. The report is still in circulation that Philip J. Dwyer will assume the management of the Sulli-van-McCarren track at Jamaica. When asked about the matter last Saturday Mr. Dwyer is quoted as saying: "I have not given the matter much attention. I doubt if I will have any leisure from the duties imposed upon me as president of the Brooklyn Jockey Clnb to devote to the inaugural meeting of the new track. The men who are behind the venture at Jamaica are personal friends of mine and I wish them every success. If they need any assistance from mo they will probably let-me know.JI- ------- When the late W. H. Clark died Mr. Dwyer assumed the management of the Empire City track and ran a successful meeting there, but the task was so great that he advised that future meetings should be abandoned. Mr. Dwyer has made a phenomenal success of the Gravesend track, and if he should be induced to take hold of the new track at Jamaica the success of that venture would be regarded as a foregone conclusion. In addition to Lucien Lyne, tho Keenes will have another American jockey handle their horses in England next season. Young Milburn, a very promising apprentice who did well on the eastern tracks the latter part of the season just closed, and who is now riding cleverly at New Orleans, says that he will soon go to the other side to be with trainer Matt Allen. With Lyne in Europe, there is some speculation as to who will ride for the Keenes over here. Trainer Rowe has already corralled Gannon, who is doing remarkable work at New Orleans, and also has the apprentices Wangh and Force. Neither Spencer nor Shaw will ride for the Keenes next year, but Rowe may pick up some good lightweight between now and spring. Jockey Henry Spencer, who has been spending a month in Texas with Nash Turner on a hunting trip, arrived at New Orleans last Sunday and spent the afternoon at-the Fair Grounds. Spancor is on his way to Hot Springs, and dropped off to see his brother, L. Spencer who is riding for Barney Schreiber. Spencer will remain at Hot Springs until tho time . arrives for his departure for France. He will go direct from the Springs to New York and then sail for the other side. Turner will be at Now Orleans some time next month for a few days. He will then leave for New York, where he will remain a month. Both Spencer and Turner will ! ride in France next year. Sire Brothers, the New York theatricallmen, have bought of Dr. J. D. Neet, Kindergarten Stud, Versailles, Ky., for $7,500, six yearling thoroughbreds, which they will race the coming season. The lot consists of five colts and fillies by Handsome, the son of Hanover, which won tho Hyde Park Stakes in Ed Corrigan's colors, and one filly by Top Gallant. They were shipped to New York last Monday, together with three coming two-year-olds, owned by W. Shbwalter, of Box fame. This trio was sent to the stable of Ed Graves at Gravesend. Davy Johnson thinks he has a world beater in his yearling colt Jacquin, by Knight of the Thistle Lady Alice, for which he paid $5,000. 2 Jacquin has a pheuomonal turn of speed, having shown eighths asTast as 11H seconds. He is engaged in all the big two-year-old stakes to be run on tho metropolitan circuit next season. Has Not Retired HAS NOT RETIRED. In selling to his partner, Herman B. Duryea, his half interest in the Mirthful colt, Acefull, now in England, it appears that Harry Payne Whitney has no intention of retiring from the turf. The statement that young Mr. Whitney would retire frorn active racing could not be accepted by turfmen who knew of the unbounded enthusiasm and genuine love which he has for the sport. A boy with a new toy is not so happy by one-half as is Harry Payne Whitney when a horse bearing his colors or the colors of his father gets home in front. Therefore it was that the report of his retirement seemed improbable on the face of it. The story had its origin in the announcement made recently that Mr. Whitney had" sold to Mr. Duryea his half interest in Acefull, which was shipped to England at the close of the Morris Park meeting and which will be prepared for the Derby by John Huggins, the trainer of the English division of the elder Whitney's racing establishment. The story of the reason for the sale is an interesting one, and, moreover, one that, in the opinion of many turfmen, reflects great credit on the judgment of, young Mr. Whitney. Until the running of the pagne Stakes Mr. Whitney, it seems, looked favor on the plan of shipping Acefull to England, but the defeat of the colt in that race convinced him that Acef all was not a Derby horse. Mr. Duryea, on the other hand, was bent on having a try for the Derby with Acefull, and the young owners, agreeing to disagree, Mr. Whitney sold his half interest in Acefull to his partner. Despite the fact that Enoch Wishard, who knows the course and the colt, and that John Madden, who developed him, believe Acefull to be of Derby caliber, there are any number of horsemen who hold a contrary opinion and who.will not change their views unless the result of the race should prove them to be in the wrong. Acefull, they say, is more likely to develop into a first-class sprinter than into a distance horse, and, in support of their views they point to his high action. If Mr. Duryea's estimate of the colt, backed as it is by the opinion of such shrewd horsemen as John Madden and Enoch Wishard, should prove to be the correct one American turfmen of all classes will join in congratulating him, and the congratulations of. none will be more sincere or more hearty than will be those of Harry Payne Whitney. Mr. Duryea offered additional evidence of the high hopes which he entertains of Acefull by entering the colt in the Champion Stakes, to be run at the second October meeting at Newmarket. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. Ed Corrigan has arrived at New Orleans from Kansas City, where he has been looking over the ground with a view of establishing a racing plant there. This is Mr. Corrigan's first visit to New Orleans in a number of yoars, and this will be the first season he has ever raced his horses at the Crescent City tracks. David Sloan, former owner of Gold Heels, will sail for France on December 18. During the season of 1902 he trained a large stable of race horses for a noted French turfman, and won many races. McGinn, who was well-known on the American turf, rode for Sloan, and Sloan has offered W. O'Connor a good sum for second call on his services. Secretary Clark, of the Crescent City Jocky Club, has arranged to turn the infield into a training ground. The old steeplechase course will be marked out, and the course kept in good condition. This will enable horsemen to keep their animals fit ' when the track is in bad shape. "Skeets" Martin, who will ride for W. C. Whitney in England next year and who has been dangerously ill in New York City, has beon pronounced out of danger by his physician, atffhn Hotel Cadil-lac. Few knew that Martin wasiif ilh Page  ffiftiLY RAGING FORM I88UHD 3 VERY DAY, ' WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN onriou.i oegun or THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB, DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. Editor and Proprietoe, F. H. Bbdnell, Associate Editor Clinton 0. Bilbt, Secretary, Mrs'. F. Brdhell, Altered in the Post Office at Chicago as second last matUri 14-136 FIFTH AVE., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS A Daily Deflection of the American Turf by Talagraph. COPYBIGHTED flntered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1902, by Frank H. Brnnell, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, TJ. 8. A. 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The terms for this series aro.as follows: FOR $5.00 ve will send you our specials until five of th' in have won. Sctatchrd, second or third ho '.son won't poimt- only horses tlint actual! y linisli fl'st will be oh rgel. h soon as we have B' nt you live winni iT sp' clals your subscription expires. Write or call at inain office CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Suite 34, 84 E. Adams St. WIRED AT 10:30 A.M. GUIDA,25-liSpecial3Ways CORRIGAN, 2-1, won . Special ARTILLA, 3-1, won, a Good Thing GAVIOTfl, 2-1, won. SUaSk We gave our patrons the above hot ones Tuesday. Another 10 to 30 to I Shot will be cut loose Wednesday. This trick will make his field look cheap. From now on turfites can look to us 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 TEKMS: $1 PER DAY, $4 WEEKLY, Or $5 for one Gunranteed Special. If not a winner, the $5 will be refunded. 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GUIDA, 30-1, FIN. 2ND; SCORPIO, 7-5, WON; CORRIGAN, 2-1, WON; KISS QUICK, LOST. The above were the four best bets on our handicap sheet yesterday. safe: betting proposition. A stoady income can be made from the races with a small capital on our one horse guaranteed This is the best thing of its kind ever introduced to the racegoing public, as the possibilities special. of losing are reduced to a minimum. Only one horso is sent ont each day. This horse in the opinion of our entire staff of track experts is the beet and surest betting proposition on the card Clients in this series take no uncertain chances, whatever, as every means of safoty are taken to make our method of playing the races absolutely safe and sure. TERMS FOK TBIS SERIES: $5.00 FOR FIVE ACTUAL WINNERS. Scratched and horses finishing second or third don't count. $20 bet on each horse up to data Drofited $281 00 after deducting all losses. For the nxt few days we promise our clients a series of winners that will enable them to double their bank mils The percentage of winning specials over a track kneeJeep in mud shows the absolute safoty of our method. If you are not already on our list you should subscribe at onco. SPECIALS WIKED AT 10 A. HI. Terms for Handicap Selections and best bets $1.00 daily, $1.00 weekly. Also for sale at news stand's Clark and Madison Sts. LONG BEACH TURF EXCHANGE. 4 REGULAR TRAINS VIA stations i8t sLd 3rd itu- I SfelCO SHOrO RV. Harrison St 12:35 ' 1:05 1:35 2:10 3IstSt 12:40 1:10 1 :40 2-15 Grand Central Stntlon, Harrison St. and Vnglcwood 12:48 1:18 1-48 2-23 Fifth Ave. Grand Crossing. 12:54 1:24 1:54 229 nth hlcas li01 ls3' a"" Running Time 35 Minutes Four trains returning at 4:45, 5:24, 6:10 and after last race. ROUND TRIP 25 CENTS. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. The form of Wednesday's Now Orleans fields is : First Bace My Surprise, Mathilda, Lord Touchwood. Second Race Tillo, Judge Magee, Alfred C. Third Bace The Lady, Hanovor Queen, Optional. Fourth Bace Lord Melbourne, Farmer Jim, Kittaning. Fifth Baco Trocadero, Scotch Plaid, Flaneur. Sixth Race Bluff, Peat, Jerry Hunt. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. Apprentice allowance. Runs well in mud. First Race 3-4 Mil. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind. Horses. Aga. Wt. Hdcp. S6662 Lord Touchwood ....Ill 690 (36611) Suburban Queen.... ....105 675 S 29Raukin ....1P5 665 36599 Zealotry 103 665 85511 Judge Cantrill ....103 625 66fcMathHde .... 98 690 36659Enhance .... 98 650 36616My Surprise 98 700 356113Varna Fonso 98 650 Second Race 7-8 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 366273Gautama .... 4.. ..125 650 661S3Alfred C .... 5. ...122 715 (35957) Polly Bixby ... 5.. ..122 650 (145l0)Charles Bamsey 6 122 675 36664 Giu Spray 5.. ..122 625 36564 Ben Frost .... 7 ...122 705 '661S Judge Magee .... .... .... 6 .. 122 715 365753Tillo .... 8....117 725 Third Race 3-4 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. Fillies and Mares. 366372The Lady .... 5.. ..117 750 (!6612)Optional .... 3.. ..112 710 J6612 Azua ... 5... .105 650 (36625) Hanover Queen ... 3.. ..104 715 3632 Insolence ... 3.... 104 625 366?83Shoo Fly .... 2.... 95 685 359322 Fair Lass .... 2.... 88 710 Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. -Handicap. 366S83Kittaning ....113 ......675 'SSLord Melbourne ...110 7C0 36638 Pride of Galore ...1C5 670 ?66'8 Farmer Jim. ...102 690 (56628)Mrs. Frank Foster. .. 100 675 Fifth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward Sellfn. 36309 Knightbanneret ... 5.... 106 650 36592 Erne ... 3.. ..105 650 35652 Banish ... 6 ... 103 675 W5 3.I,,e Doughty ... 6.. ..101 675 (366"2)Flaneur ... 4. ...100 710 3fitn2Compass .... 4.... 98 67 366 92Scotch Plaid ... 7.... 98 .720 (S6580)Trocadero " ... 3 ..r. 97 725 Sixth Race 7-8 Siilo 3-yoar-olds and nprd Selling. 36613 Pet"r Duryea ... 5.... 125 70f 354(33Blnff ... 4....125 72' V6 3 Jerry Hunt ... 6 .. 122 70r 365T3P,,at ... 8 ...122 720 6l052Aratoma ... 7 ..122 (V'9l)Dardie Belle.. 4.. ..122 67 H6653pi,ylike 3.. ..122 660 T813 Mo- tanic ... 5 ...122 70' 3SJ0STickful ... 5 116 709 Ingleside Form INGLESIDK FOKM. The form of Wednesday's Ingleside fields is: trst Uaco Father Wetitkor, Legal Maxim, Etado. Hfcond Race Puss in Boots, Quat.ro, Sir Preston. Third Race Glendnnning. Constable, Muresca. fourth Race Dunblane, Frank Woi.ds, Resin. Fifth R'jce Hespr, Pat &Iorri?soy, Ned Dennis. Sixth Race Byrouerdalw, Eherin, Seizo. Ingleside Form INGLESIDE ORM. San Feancisco, Cal., Decembor 16 The horses .seeming to have the best chances in Wednesday's races are: First Race Father Wentkor or Sol Lichtenstein. Second Race Salver or Sir Preston. Third Race Glendnnning or Aztrine. Fourth Race Dnnblane or Urchin. Fifth Race Kickombob or N-d Dennis. Sixth Race Byronerdale or Esherin. H. Foesland. Ingleside Entries INGLESIDK KMTB1KS. Probabilities: Weather clear; track sloppy. Runs well in mud. First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. t nd Horses. An. Wt. Hdcp. "65692Fathor Wentker.... ....106 720 36629 Estado ....ICS 715 3'6S3 Marelio 103 700 '6412 Legal Maxim 103 720 0101 Dr. W. W. Kernan 103 690 36666 Diicovery l(H '.10 W29 Popper Sauce 100 705 'P607 Duke of Richelieu 100 693 '619 BMle Street 100 69' ?662 Sol Lichtenstein 100 715 3T-45 Sister Sallie 95 705 36593 Ingo 93 710 Second Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Belling. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 36368 JudeiVoorhees ....112 705 36665 Ed Lilburn 112 710 1 06-m)Quatre 109 720 36407 Dotterel 109 715 36197 Master H9 701 (3631)Puss in Boots 109 725 36498 Dora Wier 1C9 690 366)6 Escarola ....109 705 36606 Phyz 108 700 Tortulla, b. c, by Trentola Ethe- linda 108 36559 Almaric . ... 107 695 Creedmore, b. c, by Foul 8hot or J Service Marie Foster 105 36630 Salver 103 . 7C0 366533Ripper 100 710 366532Sir Preston 1C0 .... ..715 Third Kane 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. iLd. Horses. Ae. Wt. Hdcp. (36629)Blackthorn ....114 725 366(6 Idogo '. ....Ill 735 36572 Muresca ....1C8 735 ('6556) Constable ....107 740 36983Glendenning 106 750 36667 Golden Cottage ...106 730 36!622Azaririn 104 ;730 362523 Declaimer 103 720 Nellie Hawthorne 103 36301 Claudator 100 720 Fourth Race I Mile. 3- year-olds and upward, Sailing. 366582Dunblane .... 5.... 113 725 36658 Urchin . ... 5.. ..110 710 36610 Frank Woods 5. ...110 ....''..720 (36642)Resin .... 3. ...106 715 SlfrO-i Torila 3 .. 106 700 36621 BillMassie .... 4.. ..105 715 36619 Ofimond 6.. ..105 ......705 36656 Brissac 3.. ..101 7C0 Fifth Race-7-8 Mile.- 4- year-olds and upward Selling. 366573Nod Dennis .... 5.. ..115 715 36609 Pat Morrissey .... 8.... 115 .... ..720 366563 H.f, par ..... .... 5. ...113 725 36561 Kickumbob .... 5. ...110 715 36617 William F .... 5... .110 7r0 36641 Hnrry Thatchor ... 5.. ..110 705 36569 Aloha II .... 5.. ..110 710 36502 Ada N 4.. ..110 715 36611 Bonnie Lissak ... 4... .110 700 36605 Homage ... 4.. ..110 705 3662? Assessment .... 4.. ..110 710 31708 Boseof Hilo 5.... 105 695 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 361822The Major 108 715 34760 Dupont 104 700 ("6674)Esherin , v........ ....102 720 365343Warte'Nicht ....102 ..710 36606 Gillie .. : ...101 705 3662 Byronerdale ....101 . ..725 2525 lnnts 100 710 36a94 Seize .... 97 .715 Page  New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, A., December 16, 1902. Seventeenth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track heavy. Presiding Judge. R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No recall flag nsed. Racing starts at 2:C0 p. m. H indicates whip, 5 spurs, B blinkers. 30659 FIRST RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse 5100. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M H 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P S65S6FLORA LEVY 5 94 2 M 111 1 13 J5 Wishard Mrs U 8 Wishard 15 15 15 6 3652VMARCO WS 91 7 5 31 23 2 26 Fuller B Bntler 4 4 16-51 36529 PIRATE W 107 4 41 41 4 4 38 Scully M Blardone 4 5 5 8-5 36.'99rOLOGNE II. WS 94 3 35 2" 33 Sa 41 W H Wood W L Hatchett&Col5 15 15 6 365!'93WAR CRY W 103 6 7 7 7 7 ll W Hicks E K Wheeler 6-5 8-5 8-5 3-5 S662 THE WIZARD 102 1 21 51 52 5 6 Fauntleroy JMcAllester & Co 15 30 30 10 36628ENHANCE N 94 9 8 65 63 62 7 Tooman R E Watkins 20 20 20 8 6523 RAVENSPUR W 99 5 62 8 8 8 8 W Murphy S C Hildreth 15 20 15 6 36E91 PRINCE HERMAN R'S 99 8 9 9 9 9 9 MulhollandT E Mannix & Co 15 20 20 8 Apprentice allowance. Time, 21, f 4j, 1 :22, 1 :38. Winner Blk. f, by Gold Stone Miss Birdio (trained by U. 8. Wishard). Went to post at 2:02. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won vastly ; second the same. Flora Levy outbroke the others and showed the most early speed, worked her way to the outside and when she got on the path opened up a winning gap. Marco was easily the best of the others and was hustled along all the way, but was forced off the path most of the trip by Cologne II. Pirate finished well and drew away from the others in the stretch lun. War Cry seemingly could not raise a good gallop in the going. iHora Levy, show, 3 to 1. Marco, show. 1 to 2. Pirate, show. 4 to 5. War Cry, show, out. 36660 SECOND RACE5"8 nile' Purse 5400. All ages. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36565 ALINE S. flfS 4 105 3 2u U 13 J6 Aiuoro J A Abernathy 10 20 15 6 31299 CRESCENT CITY 3 103 1 12 2 2 21 26 J Miller R C Bush 3 5 5 2 31125 LADY BROCK WAY K5 3 100 8 61 3" 31 3 Milburn Liger & Brown 4 4 2 1 (36)43)MATHILDE W 2 102 6 31 4 43 410, W Hicks J C Tucker & Co 2 3 3 1 36628 WILTON 2 90 7 9 6" 71 51 C Smith TLicalzi 12 15 15 6 36522 SISTER KATE II. ft 4 105 5 8 8 810 Gt A Hall F W Hall 10 20 20 8 36470 HONEYBROOK III 3 103 4 7 7 5" 7 Farley Buckley & Bailey 15 20 20 8 29042 ARDITA ft'SB 3 103 2 5 53 6k 8 Donegan M Bowen & Son 15 15 IS 6 LADY SUPERBA H 2 90 10 10 10 9 9 R Fisher C C Jones 0 30 30 12 28138 DR. M'NALLY 1 JtSB 4 115 9 4 9 10 10 Boiesen J Wambsgans 25 25 20 8 Time, 25 52,1:0. Winner B. f, by Saxopia Susie F. (trained by J. A. Abernathy). Went to post at 2:31. At post 7 minutes. Start fair. V on easily ; second the same. Aline S. began slowly and went through her field on tho extreme outside, took command without much effort and was going away in the stretch run. Crescent City was off running, but Miller took him off the path and he was tiring at the end. Lady Brockway was under punishment ail through the last quarter and outgamd Mathilde when it came to a drive. The latter can do better. Dr. McNally and Sister Kate II. stumbled when rounding the far turn, Scratched 35895 Grantor, 100; 35794 King Dodo, 94. Overweights Crescent City, 31 pounds. v Aline S., show, 3 to 1. Crescent City, show, evens. Lady Brockway, show, 1 to 2. Mathilde, ' show. ltog. . 36661 THIRD RACE 1 Mile. Puree $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Soiling. Ind Horses A Wt St & yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36649DUTOH CARTER MS 5 96 4 32 31 314 12 i Phillips J Phillips 10 12 12 5 36175 M 1SS HHANLEY W5B 5 101 3 23 13 12 23 26 WainwrightMrs A B Willis 6 10 10 4 26521 LISSOME W 5 1041 5 4 41 510 31 31 Hoar E Norris & Co 4 4 4 7-5 29518 WILLARD J. ft'SB 4 101 7 81 810 61 68 4 MulhollandT E Mannix & Co 10 15 8 3 36528 STAR GAZER N 5 101 11 13 22 21 f 55 Head Mrs W A Rinehart20 50 40 15 36590 ZACK FORD S 4 103 8 52 510 4 4" 61 O'Neil R E Watkins 5 7 7 3 S6635JAMES J. CORBETT P 4 101 6 71 6h 820 ',5 78 Fuller P W Hedges & Co4 5 5 2 3661 63KISS QUICK Kl 5 101 2 10 73 7 85 80 W Hicks G I Landon & Co 3 4 4 8-5 3655iMAID OF ENID ft SB 4 95 10 91 9 9 9 9 Weickert JWMCl'rn'nd&Col5 40 40 12 31157 ROWDY G. WB 4 1C6 9 61 Fell. Le Blanc J Duffy & Co 12 12 12 5 Apprentice allowance. Time, 2t, 54?g, 1 2'. 1 :52. Winner B. h, by Bob Carter Dutch Sis (trained by J. Phillips). Went to post at 3:02. At post 4 minutes. Start poor. Won ridden out; second easily. Dutch Carter caught Miss Shanley tiring in the stretch run and took command at the furlong post, but had to be hustled along at the end. Miss Shanley showed the most early speed, but Wainwright took her off the path when entering the homestretch and she sprawled. She then came again at the end when she got the path. Lissome was hustled along all the way, but got in a jam at the start and was knocked back. Willard J, was bumped into and crowded back while rounding the firBt turn. Rowdy G. stumbled and fell on the backstretch' Scratched ;66l6 Phil Knight, 100. Overweights Lissome, 31 pounds. Dutch Carter, show, 2 to 1. Miss Shanley, show, 2 to 1. Lissome, show, 3 to 5. Kiss Quick 'show. 3 to 5. 36662 KOUKiH KAUls 7-,t M1,le- Purse $100. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St H K 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C V 30t'feW fc.LL.OMl-; LIGHT ff 105 1 14 H i 11 11 Phillips F DeBeque 10 20 20 6 (36623)TOM MAYBIN H 105 7 5 25 25 21 21 Treanor Durtiell & Herz 2 3 3 1 36i93 FLOYD K. W 102 2 23 32 32 45 3 Scully T B Watts & Co 30 30 20 8 366362AURIE B. W 951 3 31 43 46 f. 412' w Hicks Hatfield&Ownbey 6 6 4 8-5 36628 LITTLE ADELE ft 99 9 7 62 62 63 53 Fuller P S Robertson 6 9 9 3 36628 HELEN HAY W5 103 4 41 5 55 51 62 O'Neil J C Tucker 30 40 40 15 366242 FLORESTAN W 107 8 8 7 7 7 7 Otis J F Barrett & Co 4 5 5 2 36638 LORD TOUCHWOOD US 107 6 9 9 9 8 8 Hoar Mrs A D Worley 3 3 13-51 361S9 HEDGE t , 99 5 61 8 8- 9 9 H Michaels J A Kyle 30 50 40 15 Apprentice allowance Time, 27, h'. 1 :21. 1 :VJ. Winner Br. c, by Lamplighter Welcome (trained by F. De Beque). Went to post at 3:S2. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second the same. Welcome Light got off best and was on the path all the way, displayed the most early speed, but was forced to do his best at the end to stall off Tom Maybin. The latter finished off the path and was under a drive all of the last quarter. Floyd K. finished well and outgamed Aurie B. wl-tsn the final drive came. Lord Touchwood began slowly and was cut off at the first turn and Hoar had to pull him up. Hedge was also interfered with and went to his knees. Little Adele and Florestan were outrun all the way. Overweights Aurie B., li pounds. , Welcome Light, show, 3 to 1. Tom Maybin, show, 1 to 2. Floyd K., show, 4 to 1. Aurie B., show, 3 to S.. Lord Touchwood, show. 1 to 2. 36663 FIbTH RACE 5-8 Mile. Purse S400. All Ages. Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St k H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C F (ab626)SUUKl'IO 5 117 1 13 1 1 Hi Gannon E Trotter & Co 7-5 3-2 3-2 2-5 (36602JGOLDEN RULE 5 117 2 22 6 21 28 Treanor Durnell & Herz 2 11-52 3-5 352043WHISKEY KING U 3 106 3 3 38 5 38 Hoar CA Johnson & Co 6 10 10 3 3e60O3OKLA R 3 105 5 51 53 nt 4 H Booker E E Farley & Co 8 10 7 2 (36621) IF YOU DARE USB 4 117 6 6 4 H 52 C Alley Fizer&Co 7 10 10 3 360293FON SPRAY 4 105 4, 4" 6 6 6 W Murphy L B Cahn & Co 100 100 100 30 Time, 2if, 49, 1:04. Winner B. g, by Chorister Zodiac (trained by E 'Trotter). Went to post at 3:02. At post 9 minutes. Start good. Won eaiily; second the same. Scorpio got off fljing and led all the way. Gannon took him acro-s th track to the outside path and was doing his best at the end to stall off Golden Rule. Treanor was i f no help to the latter when it came to a drive and finished with his feet out of the stirrupB. Whiskey King was crowded back at the start and was under a drive all of thp last furlong. .Hoar lost one of his stirrups in the race. It as a bad looking ride on Okla. Bookor brought her in deep going while rounding the far turn in an attempt to pass Whiskey King. Alley pulled If You Dare up at the start. Scratched 36638 Henry McDauiel, 105; 3658920rdnung, 105; (36S35)Benmora, 100; 65383Kittaning. 98-36193 Epidemic, 95. Corrected weights Scorpio, 117. Overweights Whiskey King, 2 pounds. Scorpio, show, out. Golden Rule, show, out. Whiskey King, show, evens. 36664: SIXTH RACK J M,le Purse$100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St H. Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 366i4A)OE LESSER. 4 1U5 2 J2 13 21 31113 Fauntleroy H D Beams 10 10 6 8-5 364403MOSKETO- S 4 106 7 26 23 ll 43 2 Pollak A L Aste 15 15 15 5 (36540)GEOR. GARDNER WS 4 100 5 51 41 51 52 31 W H Wood E4SW Beck 20 30 30 8 35285 LADY CHORISTER W 4 111 1 4 6 6 21 46 Otis J P Krewer 15 20 20 7 " 36033 GIN SPRAY I 5 103 6 7 51 41 6 58 R Murphy L B Kahn & Co 50 1C0 100 30 36553MOABINA H 3 100 3 61 33 3h 11 6 W Hicks Hatfield&Ownbey 3-2 2 2 3-5 356272PRINCE BLAZES KB 7 105 4 31 Lost rider. Treanor Durnell & Herz 8-5 8-5 7-5 1-2 Apprentice allowance. Time, 28, 1 iZS, 1 :2y. Winner B. g, by Whitney Hermie (trained by H. D. Beams). Went to post at 4 :39. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Joe Lesser and Mosketo hugged the inner rail for the first quarter and cut across the track to the outside at the turn into the baokstretch. This move saved them a lot of ground Joe Lesser showed the most speed and raced Hosketo to defeat and had a lot left at the finish- Mosketo ran well and was doing his best , all tho way. Georgia Gardner was oh the path all the last six furlongs and saved third money thereby. It was a bad looking ride on Moabina. Hicks had the path, but took his mount into the heavy going I and kept her there. Prince Blazes was put against the fence on the backstrotch. Treanortfell off and Prince Blazes then xan away a mile and pulled up lame. Scratched (36580)Trocadero, 101 ; 366132Swordsman, 99. Joe Lesser, show, 3 to 5. Mosketo, show, 2 to 1. Georgia Gardner, show. 3 to 1. Moabina, show. out. Prince Blazes, show, out. - Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.., December 16, 1902. Twenty-seventh day. New California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear ; track sloppy. Presiding Judge, E. C Hopper. Starter, J. J. H pitman. No recall flag used. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. W indicates whip. 5 spurs, B blinkers. CI Al K FIRST RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-1 mile.) Purse $100. 00000 All ages. Selling. ttid Horses A Wt St i. Y 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P " 319252HOGUS BILL W 5 108 1 6h 21121 Ih BirkenruthF J Gilseke j 8 2 '65(6 GUIDA W 2 85 2 31 13 m 22 Hewitt A B Spreckels 12 20 20 8 6536 VOHICER 5,108 4 2 41 33 33 T Burns C F Clancy 8-5 8-513-103-5 3S515 SAM LAZARUS ESQ. W 6 108 3 8 63 45 45 W Waldo Arthur & Co 10 20 15 6 S6605 EL PILOTO . N 4 105 7 4 7 53 56 Waterbury E J Baldwin 15 25 25 8 317'83BEN MAGEN W 4 111 5 5 8 62 61 Minder E A Chappell 1C0 100 100 0 I 36629 RUBINO RS 3 107 8 li 3 7 7 J Ranch J H Brannan 3 4 18-56-5 364983ED LILBURN 2 94 6 7h 5 Fell. Reed W P Magrane 7 8 8 3 Time, 1:14k Winner-rCh. g, by Cyclone Wauza (trained by N. W. Randall). ' y Wont to post at 2:02. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second easily. Bogus Bill was lucky, had clear sailing, closod up fast and strong and caught Guida napping at the end. The latter was much the best and displayed a fine turn of speed, took a long and apparently winning load on the far turn and, under a weak ride, swerved over to the rails at tho end, thereby losing. Vohicer under a drive, was prominent for the first half, but tired in the stretch. Sam Lazarus Esq. closed'up much ground, in the last half. Rubino. away badly, quit after early speed because his saddle slipped Scratched 3659J Katherine Ennis, 105; 366U Jack Richelieu Jr., 105; 36442 Legal Maxim ' 10' ' 36530 Action, 98. Overweights- Rubino 5 pounds. ' i Bogus Bill, show, 4 to 5. Guida, show, 3 to 1. Vohicer, show, 3 to 10. Hnbino, show, 3 to 5. 0 0 0 g SECOND RACE-7-8 Mile. Purse 5400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses I A Wt St & 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 36593 SLEK PING CHILD 5 3 104 5 21 21 22 22 12 J Daly , J J Moran 12 50 40 12 3651H3STIRL1NG TOWERS 3107 3 12 12 nj ft 211 J Ranch Musto & Ruiz 3 3 21 1 6197 MAC ANA SB 3 99 4 4h 32 42 42 35 Connell 8 McNaughton 5 8 8 3 36641 HASP U 4 103 1 3 41 51058 48 T Burns J Green 16-541 41 8-5 3t656 ALADO 5 109 6 55 510 3 3h 53 Donnelly A W Small 18-541 41 9-5 INAUGURATOR- K 3 104 8 71 61 7 61 6 Minder Owen Bros 6 6 31 8-5 6569 KER MIT 5 3 104 2 6i 71 61 75 76 Refed Hinkle & Hanlon 12 25 '5 8 31780 R ACIVO W 5 109 7 8 8 8 8 820 Birkenruth E W Newth 20 60 60 15 DISCOVERY IS 3 1ia 9 9 9 9 9 9 O'Brien D McCarty 40 75 75 25 Time, 241, 51i, 1:19,1:32. 1 Winner B. g, by Santiago Lillie D. (trained by J. J. Moran). .,nf,to pos S6,?1-- At Post 3 minutes. Start straggling. Won easily; second the same. Sleeping Child followed Burling Towers to the stretch, where ho wore her lead down and won going away fast Stirling Towers secured a lucky start and made the most of the advantage, but failed to stay Mac Ana was swerving to the inner rail, but was closing up fat. Rasp disliked the going and retired earlv Alado loomed up prominently on the turn, but tired in the final drive. Scratched 36642 All About, 104. Overweights Stirling Towers, 3 pounds ; Discovery, 1. Sleeping Child, show, 5 to 1. Stirling Towers, show, 11 to 20. Mac Ana, show, 3 to 2. Inaugurator show, 4 to 5. ' TH " UrSe (17 l6SS thad mile PnrS8 3 6 6 6 7 AlDaStC1Se"ningUrity 5m Ind Horses AWtSt j K X StrFin Jockeys Owners o H C P " 366192AM AS A '. 5 7 117 1 li 13 12 m J Ranch S F Brown 2 2 S ; i T 66i03ORO VIVA 2 89 6 61 3- 211 21 Connell Snider & Co , 1" 1" 1 36630 ONYX II. W 2 94 4 3h 42 3h 32 C Kelly Brown & Peters 10 15 ?-5 ? 366332JIM GORE II. S 7 112 2 2 2 41 4 T Burns G Webb 1 3 3 f 366?4 BUCOLIC W 2 91 7 4 51 11 52 Hewitt WBJennings & ColO 15 9 '66333QOLDEN COTTAGE HS 3 108 8 7 7 6h 6 J Daly M J Daly 4 5 ?i 366172J1M BROWNELL g 7 105 3 51 6a 75 75 David E E Hick ok 15 fiT m 66 sO STEP AROUND 2 91 9 9 9 81 88 Reed TG Ferguson '0 0 m & 34277 HUTCH MILLER f 4 108 5 83 83 9 9 Lewis JJMcAlester 30 80 Time, 1 :14i. -M " Winner B. g, by Captain Al Lady Intruder (trained by S. F. Brown). Went to post at 2:58. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won driving ; second easily. Amasa onick a beginner, beat the gate and made most of his i advantage. A vigorous finish enabled him to beat much the best horse in Oro Viva The latter got away badly, but moved up fast and finished gamely. Onyx II. helo on well and has improved greatly. Jjm Gore II. lacked his usual early speed and also failed to stay .Bucolic, away badly, rushed into prominence next to the rail, was badly shut off on the far turn and given a very bad ride. Gdldon Cottage was last at the start and tired right at the end after closing Scratched (i6515) St. Phillipina, 105; 36629 Montoya, 1C2; S6530 Mr. Dingle 91 Overweights Amasa, 2 pounds; Onyx II., 3. ' AmaBashow2, to 5 Pro Viva, show, evens. Onyx II., show, 2 to 1. jjm Gore IL show "to 5 36?668 handicap015"0 "Urlt)ngS- Farsa5u0- ear-o.ds and upward tnd Horses A Wt St M K StrFin Jockeys - Owners : OH P P ssiwtter mi)ii s? s aiay FHraisw (36632)KENILWORTH 4 H2 1 Hi 15 h U T Knight W B pKeSmn o Ml0 S6 1H2ILLOWAHO 5 3 1C8 5 4 5 45 48 410 Birkenruth W H KtphS 1 Si H 365372FLUSH OF GOLD 5 109 4 2- 41 5 5 5 S olttTu is"5 fCoupled betting. lu 16 ls in Time, 24, 50, 1:161, l:2i.v Winner Br. c, by dain Ada Reese (trained by C. T. Patterson). Went to post at 3:22. At post 1 minute. Start straggling. . Won easilv snnnnrl fW c,Q n broke flatfooted and worked a rough journey to the stretch, wher wfth cle front cantering and was much the nest The Fretter followed Kenilworth's ffl ace clSSfvlnd-oSS SffiVfn"'aTOrBbla conditiOD3' Flush of Gold tired te88afiWjsa Scratched 6165 Vesuvian, 117. Corrigan,show,lto5. The Fretter. show, 1 to 5. The entry, show, out. Kenilworth show 1 to 4 FIFTH fiACE-1,Jttil and 70 -'Be 36669 $400. All ages. Selling. Ind Horses AWtSt H Y at StrFin Jockevs Owners O H P P f 652L3AR 1'ILLA fj 5 107 1 2h 2h 2 2 li J Hnnoh n w rv, , 36510ANTOLEE 4 111 8 13 Is fj f. 2 Minde? DAHonte b"? i1"510 36610 GALANTHUS M 4 1C6 6 46 46 48 32 36 Reed Mrl T pff J. .7 2 36 862EXPEDIENT ft 5 111 5 7 5h 58 58 4i Bozeman P ESh l1"5"-52 3-5 36634 PLATONIUS 5 2 102 2 321 33 3- 41 55 Lawi? qmSfi, i n L L T 2 mwm si i:s UIUW'SS&HI ii 5 Winner Br. m, by Artillory-Duchess of Towers (trained by C. W. Carroll) Went to post at 3:12. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won easing nri- wmnVl rm t-n her-stride, followed Antolee closely to the stretch, whore she rll S bV with tlUa' L1.11 best. She is in great form now and ran the "first good rice of her caraeTon lanM?t?Bi piPb stole a long lead on the first turn and ran in surprisiSgl proved form Galanthus hin Anto1?8 left, took the extreme outside and had no chance with his rids Exo'ediS hJ I Vi ffr bel?g neuariy owed in the betting and he disliked the going. IacloancintiiS&'lm forashad- Scratched 36!6l Gawaine, 106; 366442Bessie McCarthy, 102 t,omg. Overweights Artilla, 1 pound. Artilla, show, 2 to 5. Antolee, show, 4 to 5. Galanthna, show. 1 to 4. 36670 SIXTH BACJS-3-4 MIle' Parso$100. 2-year-olds. Allowances. fnd Horses A Wt St K y2 X StrFin Jockevs Owners O H P P 366142QAVIOTA 5 107 3 4n '3 Ih 12 J Rnrh w i rl - 365382GOLD VAN 110 4 3 5 2k Donnellv G B Mnwf $"5 71"5? J-2 (36270)LAURA F. M. , SB 52 2? S g H S JiutJU LADY 36,82 ROWELL "If 112 1 TJ55 17Miffi 8 & & So.. Winner Ch. f, by Crighton Nellie Bell (trained by W. L Oliver) Went to post at 4:21. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easilv qornnrf rt-.v;.,,. n i. pected good start, she getting away in her stride, combined with KfflfiJV Gaviota's unex-the first part of the race, made the result when in theltretch rfMJMSrnno1SilniltoeDl?? hor u5 in the last quarter in decisive fashion. Gold Van broke slowly wm Sran SSSw-nS' Sh maklP? eood in turn after which he closed up fast. He is high actioned and'was f sOTawflne SrW? w a wldstrath Gaviota, show, out. Gold Van, show, 1 to 4. Arabo show, out. ' Page  The Spreckels Sale .THE P RECKBLS SALE. The sale of the yearlings bred by Adolph B. Sprockets at the Napa Stock Farm took place recently at the Occidental Horse Exchange, San Francisco. The star of the sale was the colt by Crighton Nejlie Bell, a fnll brother to Gaviota, which was knocked down to T. H. Ryan for $2,100, W. B. Sink stopping at $2,050. The following are the prices obtained : Chestnnt colt, by Crighton Nellie Bell; T. H. By an ...$2,100 Brown filly, by Libertine Candid; J.Tighe.. 1,050 Chestnnt filly, by Crighton Sevens; W. B. Sink 825 Brown filly, by Libertine Lucile : J. A. Mul- cahy SCO Chestnnt filly, by Libertine Piquante ; M. F. Tarpey 4G0 Chestnnt filly, by Ravelston Vreilleicht ; M. F. Tarpey ; 200 Baycnlt, by Puryear D. Hazel Me.; W. L. Oliver. 130 Chestnut colt, by Crighton Maya II.; F. Edwards . S03 Bay colt, by Libertine Grace S. ; W. B. Sink . 525 Bay colt, by Pnryear D. Georgia VI.; T. Cook...... 200 Bay colt, by Crighton Irene E. ; M. G. Eppin- ger.... 130 Bay colt, by Libertine Atoosa; C. Owen..... 350 Black colt, by Trappean Abbie F.;M. F. Tarpey. 300 Bay colt by The Judge Bellguard; Barney Schreiber 100, Chestnut filly, by Crighton Glitter ; W. B. Sink 525 Bay filly, by Libertine Marcel; M. F. Tarpey 350 Chestnut filly, by Crighton Folly ; Hugh Jones 350 Chestnut filly, by Crighton Therese; M. F. Tarpey... 200. Bay filly, by Crighton Frisa ; M. G. Eppinger 200 JBay filly, by Libertine Phoebe F.; W. L. Applegate 225 Bay colt, by The Judge Dolly McCone; P. & Mitchell & Co ... 145 Bay filly, by Pnryear D Bohemian Lass; J. S, Hagerty 75 Bay colt, by Libertine Bridal Veil; Albert Joseph .....v. 195 "Chestnut filly, by Crighton Makawo ; M. F. Tarpey 125 Bay colt, by The Judge Tragic; Miller & Truwick 50 Chestnut' filly, by Crighton Break o'Day; W. Lr. Appleby 250 MOMTHLY ffOKM BOOKS. The Form Book for November is ready for Bala, and includes the facing of November 29. Papar cover, SI ; laather covar, S1.50, 1 1! n i! i I jpDaily Baclng Fori I ALL THE TIRF r ? E -PUBIiISHEBS I uruip CDrpf7 OX THE OVFIOIAIi ORQAK OW THJB I 1 . weST", I WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB I J Form Sheets and Entries,Ex- I ALL TRACKS pertly Indexed I Affi FULLY RE- Telegraphic, Correct Con- I PHTEI . . . . . cise, Comely, j I I jt I Tra'n'n8 Nevtfs a Specialtf . I i Off Our Own Presses Be-I I I 2 4 - S 2 S i fore the Chicago Dailies, j mm mm ? . - 1 SISAS . I I p " " ' "III Ml i J SUBSCRIPTION PKICT I 1 h- - J I qn'E MONTH, 9 I j j SIX MONTHS, . 7.50 I iff 34 ONE YEAR, 14.00 I j 8ENX AS ETKST-401LASJS MAXL 8 Q- j S 9 j PLAISf ENVELOPE. ... fl f ' iwi'mmimj' j gferflX3" . ' - . New Memphis Jockey Club MONTGOMERY PARK Office, No. 2 Cotton Exchange Building MEMPHIS, TENN. TEN STAKES TO CLOSE JANUARY 3, 1903, FOR SPRING MEETING, 1903, and Tennessee Derby and Oaks for 1904. STAKES FOR 1903. ' THE GASTON HOTEL STAKES $1,000 ADDED. (Estimated value $2,200). Subscribed to . THE MONTGOMERY HANDICAP, $3,500 ADDED. Estimated value, $t,500. Silver Cup to by Gaston's Hotel. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds, colts and geldings. $10 to accompany the nomina- Winner. Entrance Free. A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward. $50 each, half forfeit tion and $ 0 additional to start. $1,000 added, of which;$200 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save or $10 if declared. $2,500 added, of which $?59 to second, and $200 to third, fourth to Bave stake. In starting money. Four Furlongs. . addition to the stake, the winner will receive a valuable silver cup, donated by the Club. Weights to be THE A BDELI E STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. (Estimated value $2,200.) A sweepstakes for two- annunced before 9 a. mt, February 7, and declarations to be made on or before February 21, 1903. All year-olds, fillies. $10 to accompany the nomination and $i0 additional to start. $1,000 added, of which declarations void unless accompanied by the money. The winner of a race, after the weights are $200 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save starting money. Four Furlongs. announced, of the value of $589 to the winner, or two races- of any value (selling purse races excepted), THE MEMPHIS STAKES, $1,500 ADDED. (Estimated value $3,030.) A sweepstakes for tha two-year-ojos $10 to accompany nomination and $50 additional to start. $1,500 added of which $200 to Key Stab SuTr'rlS toX&.SSSI ' second and $100 to third, fourth to save starting money. 3 lbs. below the scale. Penalty A winner of TW1f ,,,,.,, . . V, wl- i 1 , 1 ' . . llnrrT arfceeof the value of $1.0(0 to the winner, 3 lbs., (selling excited). Allowances Non-winners of . THE M ABO DY HOTEL HANDICAP, 1,000 n ADDED. Estimated value, $2,500. - Subscribed two races of the va ue of $W0 each, or one of tho value of $300 (selling race, purse and stake excepted) ?n Dy eD,,d ?,tal- "i110? F568- A handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward, allowed 5 lbs. ; maidens 10 lbs. Five Furlongs. S.'J aTa tleSS ?r baforJe ApSll?An AlUeclarations void unless accompanied th th. - $1'8 i of hlch $200 second, and $100 to third, fourth to stake. m0Bey,-. ade,d 19 save Weights to r ,TOSO STAKES $ I OOO ADDED fFstimated valna P 000 1 Snhsrrirmrt tn THP "E,OT;tIj 1I(TFT A XO!s" " anbsenbed to u be announced , y ,bl JX Tn two days before the race. Winners of a race after the announcement of weiehts (selling i j it 1 1 10 ouuuuul1 ul weinis iseiiing for three-year-olds (foals of to and by Hotel Gayoso. A sweepstakes 1900). $10 accompany nomination raco excepted) to carry 5 lbs Denaltv One Mile and One-Eirrhth $M) additional to start. The club to add $1,000. of which $203 to second and $100 to third, fourth to save nnl starting moDPy. A winner of a three-year-old stake, whon carrying their weight (colts 122, geldings 119, csu T -u j u SS B lV10 CO .STAKES, $1,000 t ADDED. An Estimated value, $2,500. fillies 117), 3 lbs. penalty; of two or more, 5 lbs. Allowances Beaten non-winners in 1903 allowed 5 nDscribed to by Tennessee Brewing Co. A selling sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward. $10 to lbs : if unplaced, 8 lbs. : others never having won a two or three-year-old stake race (selling stakes fcpompany nomination, and $i0 additional to ssfcart. $1,000 added, of which $200 to second, and $100 to excepted) allowed 7 pounds; if such have never won a race of the value of $100 to the winner (selling L?rtn 'Vn 1 ooli?f money. The winner to be sold at auction for $3,500; if for less, 3 lbs. stakes and purse races excepted), allowed 12 lbs.; beaten maidens 20 lbs. Allowances not cumula- w?dlor each $aC0 to$2,0C0; then lib. for each $100 less to $)00. Starters and selling price to be tive One Mile. ' iD-aniied thr0DSh the entry box by the usual time of closing for this day's racing, and those so named are scale OF this hace. Colts Gel'g Fll's , llabl for starting foe. Seven Furlongs. Those entitled to no allowance. H? VI I THE COTTON STEEPLECHASE STAKES, 1,500 ADDED. Estimated Winner with weight up of one 3-year-o d stake 12o 122 120 Entrance Free. A upwafa! value $' 500 steeplechase handicap sweepstakes for three-year-olds and $0 each half Winner with i weight up of two 3-year-old stakes..., 127 12t 122 forfeit, or $10 if declaretTon or before April 1. All declarations void unles Taccompanied by the mpnSy' Beaten non-wmners placed in 1903 117 114 112 . - $1,500 added, of which $250.to second, and $150 to third, fourth to save stake. Weights to be announced Beaten non-winnera nnplac HI 109 two days before the race. Penalty Winner of steeplechase (selling excepted), after weights Non-winners of 2 or 3-year-old stake-celling excepted) .115 112 ilO are a announced ,5 lbs. Four horses of different ornore entirely interests to start or race may be declared off. S?.. IS SS ? ' Sdta STAKES FOR 1904. SPECIAL NOTICE. THE TENNESSEE DERBY, $3,6 00 ADDED. (Estimated value $7,C00.) Subscribed tobyG. No Hntrv will hn rftPPivpH fnr nf fhnan ofnlroa TTOnf ativ W1U 00 ror m, eDtry receivea any ot ttle9e Stakes except nn this C. Bennett & Co. Entrance Free. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds (foals of 1901). $150 each, $50 for- upon Condition: That feit, or $10 if declared on or before May 1, 1W)3; $25 if declared on or before January 2, 1904. All declara- all disputes, claims and objections arising out of the racing, or with ' reSDect to thfl intpr tions void unlesB accompanied by the money. $,C00 added, of which $i00 to second, $500 to , . 4. ... . . . " , , , ,s , T iuo imer- third, and fourth to save stake. Weights-Colts, 122 lbs. ; geldings. 119 lbs. ; fillies, 117 lbs. One Mile pretations of the conditions of any stake, shall b.e decided by a majority of theExecu- and One-Eighth. tive Commif.ee present, or those whom they may appoint, and their decisions unon all THK TENNESSEE OAKS, $2,000 ADDED. (Estimated value $5,000.) Entrance Free. A Bun- hft finni sweepstakes for Allies, tbree-year-olds (foals of 1901). $1M) each, $10 forfeit, or $10 if declared on or Polnlb bua" De nnal- before May 1. 1903, $20 if declared on or befc re January 2, 1904. All declarations void unless accompan- The club also reserves the right to refuse the entries of any person, or the tranqfpr iedbv the money. $2,0f0 added, of winch $1C0 to second, $200 to third, and fourth to save stake. , , .,, . ' JOlauu vl tut) tranaier heights, 117 lbs. One Mile. of any entry, and without notice. ENTRY BLANKS OR ANY INFORMATION ON APPLICATION WILL BE PROMPTLY FURNI8HED BY THE SECRETARY. S, R. MONTGOMERY, PRESIDENT. M..N. MAC FAR LAN, SECRETARY Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OE THE TURF. A. B. Spreckels has sold his good two-year-old IjiG&viota, daughter of Crighton Nellie Bell, to W. L. Oliver, the New York turfman who is racing at Inglasido this season. The consideration was said to have been $3,000, with $500 additional if the filly wins a stake., Mr. 8preckels could have sold Gaviota to Burns & Waterhouse if he had chosen to do 10 at the last State Fair just prior to the Stallion Stake being run off, but refused a tempting offer at that time, preferring to take his. chances of winning the. rich stake. That his judgment was not at fault was demonstrated by the fine race run by Gaviota, which was only beaten owing to a superior jockey having the mount on Maxnic. Gaviota is a fine looking filly and has shown a liking for a route and an ability to carry weight which should give her a great chance for the California Oaks next spring. Morinel, the game daughter of Morello Sunlit, by Monday, has broken down and will soon be sold for a broodmare by the Scoot Brothers, for Morello mares are considered prizas, and this one has won no loss than twenty-six races,, including a mile in 1 :40i, one and one-oighth miles in 1 :53 and one and a quarter miles in 2 :07, while her dam is the mother of El Rayo, Sunrise, Buhello and St. Sever. H. M. Ziegler, ex-owner of Hermis, has sold to H. G. Goode, of Cincinnati, the four-year-old brown filly Harlem Lane, by Kingston Medusa, by Sensation. Harlem Lane was a good two-year-old in 1900. and later raced well in England as a three-year-old. Goode will campaign her this season before retiring her to the stud. Information of semi-official character has leaked out at Memphis that jockey J. Woods, who was ruled off at Hawthorne last summer will be reinstated at the next meeting of the Western Jockey Club. It is stated that many prominent horsemen, including P. Dunne, whose horse, J. V. Kir.by, was responsible for the downfall of Woods, agreed to indorse Wood's application for reinstatement. James Rowe, trainer for J. R. Keene, is convalescing from a recent serious operation at a private sanitarium . in East Thirty-third street. New York City. His physicians state that unless unexpected complications arise he will be well in a few weeks.