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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, December 19, 1902 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1902 drf1902121901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, December 19, 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  Ox,. Vin. jSTO. 303. CHICAGO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902. PRICE 5 CENTS Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Reiff, the American jockey, has been awarded $200 by the Ninth Correctional Tribunal of Paris France in his case against the Vie Au Grand Air, arising from that paper's charges that the jockey palled St. Saulge. The manager of the paper was ordered to insert the judgment in its columns. The judgment is also to be inserted in ten other papers, to be named by Beiff. A number of owners and trainers testified that they had employed Reiff as a jockey. They said they had examined his English references before doing so and had found them to be excellent. They never had cause to complain of Reiff 's riding, and said they did not believe he-had pulled the horBe in question, The trainer of St. Saulge declared the horBo to be unreliable and said be never trusted him. He ran very badly the day of the race because he was ill. St. Saulge had boon raced against the advice of the trainer, who testified that he could not understand how Reiff could be accused of pulling the horse, as he had ridden him energetically and accordidg to orders. The owner of St. Saulge said he was surprised "the horse Tiad-los?, as he believed he nad""a good chance of winning, and he had been ridden by the best jockey in France. The owner said he had investigated the reason why the horse lost, and bad come to the conclusion that Reiff had ridden him too hard at the start and had used the whip too much. He testified also that he did not think St. Saulge bad been pulled up, and that Reiff had ridden for him subsequently. Tb ese days of winter idleness for racegoers are days of care and anxiety for owners and trainers. Now the trainer must make his stake selections-name the horses to be entered in the important events of the season to come. To do this intelligently he not only must have been a close student of the form of his own horses but of the form of horses in other stables as well. He must have noted what horses evinced a disposition to go on and what horses in his judgment never would develop into anything more than sprinters or be anything more than sprinters or be anything more than selling platers. A selection wisely made now meanB much in the future. Nothing contributes so much to a stable's success as do big stakes. Nothing eats up a stable's earnings so quickly as do the forfeits attached to these rich stakes. Therefore it is that the trainer's judgment at this time is of inestimable value. And therefore it is that this is a time of much worry to him. His nominations made, he has a brief respite which merges into the actual work of preparation, and then his days of rest and freedom from care are no more. These days of preparation are days of revelation and disillusion. Too often the idol of gold proves to be no more than an idol of clay dross of the most worthless kind. And then there always is the constant fear, warranted by the no less constant danger, of a good horse breaking down before the running of the race that is to bring glory to him and honor and wealth to his owner. The great public, which graets horse and jockey uproariously, little dreams of the months of care and attention lavished on the horse, and seldom, if ever, gives a thought to the man who makes victory for horse and jockey posssible. That man is the trainer, the man behind the racing gun, the man who develops the race horse and let it ba said the rider of the race horse as well, for the American jockey the best jockey in the world is the creation of the American trainer. The officials of the Western Jockey Club are not displaying the amount of diplomacy in the Newport race track case one would expect from n on in charge of so powerful an organization. Instead of lying low and ta'king no cognizance of the independent meeting, pnd thereby loading the public to think that the mpvement amounted to nothing, the Western Jockey Club people are doing more to advertise the meeting and its promoters than whole corps of press agents. While they are telling the public that the meeting will amount to nothing, they are wiring horsemen warnings not to join ranks with the independents or outlaws, as they are termed, and threatening suspension for life. The thinking public must naturally come to the conclusion that the great Western Jockey Club fears competition, if such it can be called. It would be wiser not to make so much ado about the Newport meeting. A quiet tongue would have given the Western Jockey Club much more dignity Ryan, who is behind the fight on the Western Jockey Club, makes no claim for dignity, but he has the reputation of being a fighter to the last ditch. When he starts -into anything he never quits, is the reputation he has with men who know him. best. That he proposes to make a fight on the Chicago tracks there is not the slightest doubt, though the Chicago people will spurn the threat. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. By way of comment on the foregoing, it may be said that all the Western Jockey Club has done in relation to the Newport meeting is to issue a plainly worded statement to7 the effect that men who now voluntarily outlaw themselves must expect to remain outlaws. In reality it is the Cincinnati newspapers that, by daily giving columns of space to the proposed outlaw meeting, are doing most to "advertise the meeting and its promoters." As to the owners of the Chicago tracks, it is probable that they can take care of their own interests. According to an eastern exchange Hawkswick, the St. Simon stallion Henry J. Oxnard bought in England last week and has brought to this country with the Childwick stud consignment of thoroughbreds, will stand next year in Kentucky. Mr. Oxnard has made arrangements with John Ewing, the proprietor of the Willamette stud, near Lexington, to take care of the horse until a permanent home can be prepared for him. Mr, Oxnard has not yet decided where to locate Hawkswick permanently. B. H. McCarter Potter, the proprietor of the Pequest stud, the home of Knight of the Thistle, Buck Massie and Flambeau, is anxious to have the treasurer of the beet sugar industry of America establish himself in New Jersey, and other well known breeders are extolling the advantages of Maryland, Virginia and Kentucky. Mr. Oxnard is considering the matter carefully and will, within a year, buy a farm somewhere. He has entered racing for good and, with his big assortment of high class mares, needs a farm somewhere. Mr. Oxnard has no special preference as to a location just now. Hawkswick never raced in England or anywhere else. He was healthy and sound always, but an accident when he was a yearlingmade it impossible for his owner to get him to the post. Since his arrival in this country the St. Simon stallion has occupied the best stall at the New York American Horse Exchange. He will remain there this week and take the train for Kentucky next Monday or Tuesday. Horsemen who have seen St. Simon say that Hawkswick more nearly resembles him than any St. Simon stallion imported to this country. The likeness is most striking about the head and neck. He is seven years old and stands sixteen hands on his shoes. He has superbly muscled shoulders and quarters, first rate middle piece and beautiful legs. Although he has seen two seasons of stud duty and is carrying a deal moro flesh than a horse in training carries, he is as nimble on his feet as a two-year-old after a special preparation for the Futurity. His sprightlineBS and the other ovidonce he gives of nervous energy has been much admired by the many horsemen who have inspected him. " Those horsemen who believe in taking an active part in racing during the summer only are now taking their vacations," says the Daily America of December 17. " They intend .to rest until racing begins at the metropolitan tracks next spring. "Julius Bauer has gone to the A. Featherstone establishment near Lexington, Ky. He has twelve yearlings and a number of old horses to look after, and he is going to keep them going bo as to be ready when he returns to the east next March. "Joseph Vendig is at Mount Clemens with his family. He may take in New Orleans and Hot Springs, and probably visit J. E. Madden at Hamburg Place, Ky. Colonel Lambert is in New Orleans and will take in Hot Springs on his way home. Joe Ullman has charge of the Southern Club at Hot Springs, which is doing business on the New Orleans and California races. 'Pittsburg Phil,' David Gideon and others of the ultra talent from the east are there, and no end of sport is expected. "Trainer Thomas Welsh, who guides the paces of the Julius Fleischmann string, says: 'I will leave for a trip to Ireland with my family on the Celtic. It is a vacation that I have long been anxious for, and the trials and tribulations of training a string of horses will be forgotten when I visit the country in which I was born and in which Galteo More was foaled.' " 'Farmer Bill' Bcully ie making his homo at the White Owl Villa, at Homecrest, N. Y., and looks after the string he has at Sheepshead Bay. His nephew, jockey Bert Mulholland, has been engaged by)Thomas Mannix at New Orleans, and has gone to fill Mb position. Many will travel during the winter. Several are attending the New Orleans and San Francisco meetings, and a trip abroad to foreign lands has been planned by others." Chinn & Forsythe's yearlings are a fine lot and a credit to the Blue Fountain Stud, near Harrods-burg, Ky. Among them are several Futurity possibilities. Some of the most choicely bred are relatives to South Trimble, Dare II., Goodwin II., L'Alouette and Duelist, The lot is as follows: Bay colt, by Oddfellow Ella Duke, by Bramble. Chestnut colt, by St. George Ethel Thomas, by Himyar. Bay colt, by Oddfellow Annie Clark, by Colonel Clark. Black colt, by St. George Little Hopes, by Onondaga. Chestnut colt, by Oddfellow Leonatus mare No. 1, by Leonatus. Chestnut colt, by Ogden Moya, by Inverness. Bay colt, by Oddfellow Juliette, by Stonehenge. Bay colt, by Mars Owlet, by Rossington. Bay filly, by Oddfellow Kinda, by Bonnie Ban. Bay filly, by Oddfellow Josie 0.,by Iroquois. Bay filly, by Oddfellow Mary Linn, by Tom Martin. They will be raced first the coming season at Washington Park, Chicago. They will then be sent east, first to Saratoga. Lncion Lyne has refused the very flattering offer of Durnell & Herz, the Crescent City turfmen. Ho says that he would accept no offer to ride for any one but his regular employer before leaving to fill his European engagements, and that no amount of money could induce him to leave his home at Lexington, Ky., at this time. He sails for England February 1, and will remain home until then. Stakes to Close STAKES TO CLOSE. Arkansas Jockey Club, Little Rock, Ark Latonia Jockey Club, Covington, Ky.... Jan. 1, 1903 New Memphis Jockey Club, Memphis, Tenn Jan. 3, 1903 Coney Island Jockey Club, Sheepshead Bay, L. I Jan. 5, 1903 Brooklyn Jockey Club, Gravesend, L. I.. Jan. 5, 1903 Brighton Beach Racing Association, Brighton Beach, L. I ; Jan. 5, 1903 New Louisville Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky , Jan, 15, 1903 Tennessee Breeders' Association, Nashville, Tenn Jan. 17, 1903 Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. Ancker & M., Helena, Ark. The decision of the judges governs such wagers and that decision placed Jack Demund second through a disqualification and is conclusive. Jack Demund was second. J. T. Stewart left New Orleans for California Wednesday night with four horses, and W. Griffith with eight. W. Nutt, C. Johnson and Harry Rob inson also talk of making the journey to the coast Steward McDowell, of the Crescent City Jockey Club, received a telegram from jockey Redfern Wednesday saying that the latter would leave Boston for New Orleans in a day or two. G. W., St. Louis, Mo. Beana was 1 to 3 to show at Ingleside December 4. Nobleman was. "out" to show at New Orleans December 5. G. J. W., Chicago. The ticker was wrong. Doe-skin was 1C, 4 and 3 to 2. Baker, Chicago. Ball Room Belle was 1 to 4 to show. Fort Erie to be Improved m POET ERIE TO BE IMPROVED. The Highland Park Racing Association, at a meeting held in Toronto last Friday, secured a renewal of its lease on the Fort Erie racetrack from Messrs. Hood and German, who own the course across the river from Buffalo, and will give the usual summer meeting at the track next year. Some time ago it was stated that the owners of the track would refuse to renew the contract with the Parmer-Hendrie syndicate when the latter's lease expired, but would rent the track to another firm, who would furnish the Buffalo public with a higher class of racing than has been in vogua since the present lessees took hold of the plant. The Parmer-Hendrie syndicate, however, offered as good and better inducements than any other bidder, and secured the contract for another term of years. It is the intention of the Parmer and Hendrie company to improve the track and the racing, if possible, by increasing the purses. Before the opening meeting at the track in 1903 many changes will take place. The railroad tracks will be run up to the gates instead of away over in the corner of the course, which caused the public last yea?-i walk-nearly a quarter of a mile to reach the gra ' stand. The betting shed, which is located under the grandstand, will be repaved and generally overhauled, and several new stables will be erected for the accommodation of the horses. The paddock, jockey room and offices will be remodeled, and it is expected that when all of the new contemplated improvements are made on the track the course will present an altogether new appearance. At the summer meeting, which starts the latter part of June, several etake fixtures and handicaps will be decided. Prominent among these is the Canadian Derby, with $1,500 added, at a mile and a quarter. There are also the Iroquois Hotel Stakes, the Niagara Stakes and a number of other events which will attract the owners. The Canadian Derby, which will be decided on the opening day of the meeting, always arouses considerable interest among the racing public. Red Robe won the event last year, and three years ago Advance Guard, Shields' good performer, annexed the race. If the Kenilworth track has racing next year there will be no conflicting in the dates between the two tracks. Nothing new has developed in the Kenilworth entanglement. Until the case comes before the referee in February nothing defirute can be done, but at that time the defunct corporation will undoubtedly be dissolved and the talked of new company is expected to make a bid for the plant. With the two tracks in operation next summer, the Buffalo public should have plenty of the "sport of kings." Page  TSSUED EVERY DAY, -'PSTEBW JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN OFFICIAL OBQA.lt 07 XHH WESTERN JOOEBY CLUB, DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO. Editor and Pbofkietok, F. H. BnuKrLL, Associate Editor Clihtow C. Bilbt, Bhoketaet, Mbb. F. H. BBTNHLLi flntered in the Post Office at Chioago ai Mcond Ian matter( 136-126 FIFTH AV3S., CHICAGO, IIXINOIS A Daily Reflection of the Amarican Tnrf by Telegraph. COPYRIGHTED Matered according to Act of Congrasi, in tha year 19C2, by Frank H. Brnnall, in tha office of tha Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. G TJ. 8. A. Tha ahart and indaz nnmbars and track form of Daily Racing Foem most not ba nsad. They Bit copyrighted daily and will ba keenly protested. PINGLE COPY 5 CENTS. TERMS: Per Month ? 15 Half Year 7.50 One Year "-00 rhe above ratas are for single copies as sealed letters first-class mail. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. prefers to send single copies as first-class mail in all cases. Losal subscriptions outside the down town district will be declined at other than first-class mail matter rates. 8ubsobiptions Must bb Paid in Advance. Ingleside Form INGI.ESIDE FORM. The form of Friday's Ingleside fields is : First Race Hungarian, St. Rica, Sir Lewis. Second Race Glendenniag, Muresca, Constable. Third Race Buck Taylor, Assessment, Ishtar. Fourth Race Olinthus, Crest, Glissando. Fifth Race Gold Van, Gold Bell, Iredeus. Sixth Race Stuyve, The Buffoon, Autolight. TO STUDENTS F FORM. A largo 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 'Fripco. Daily Racing Fobm has prepared a table of the Butte racing in compact style which is for sale at 10 cnts. It will be mailed to all who may apply on receipt of the sum nam"-. SOSOn&ifiC HANDICAPPING versus Guessing CHEAP, yet BETTER than the BE3T. 1-3 REGULAR PRICE DURING WINTER SEASON 9 STRAIGHT WINNERS list week out of 18 races played. THREE SELECTED races at California or New Orleans. Selections mailed (TO REACH) subscribers "within 350 miles of Chicago" the morning of the racfts for 2c O All Y, $1 00 WJKEKLY. Either track. Send for FREE sample sheet of surprising results. C. W UPHSM, s"eTri,3o'A'.cy1"- Mario Lavigne ...TURF BROKER... PLEASANTON HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO, C.L. Commifloions of antl upwards exe-cut d accurately for 5 per cent of the net winnings. NO CH I RGBS ON I.OSING COMMISSIONS. WOULD YOU BEAT THE RACES? We will 'give a few discreet parties our (copyrighted) plan for doing it I FREE! Address in STRICT BUSINESS CONFIDENCE, "UlY SYSTEM" CO., New Orleans, ta. CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Suite 34, 84 E. Adams St. WIRED AT 10:3 A. M. jyHBK Special to win and place. s? Honiton, 4-5, won lv Jim Gore, 8-5 won aflBr Sir Hugh, 1-2 won assr' Xa. Thursday's pointers. FRIDAY one from 15 HHB On work this trick iasaBfV. should win by a six-teenth of a mile. TERMS: $1 PER DAY, $4 WEEKLY, Or $5 for one Guaranteed Special. If not a winner, the $5 will be refunded. Wired at 10 a.m. Also for sale at news stand southeast corner Clark and Madison streets. RACE TRACK Information Bureau SUITE SO. 263-269 DEARBORN ST. 'Phone Harrison 3689. FORM LETTER ON ALL RACES $1 DAILY. Out of Town Orders Promptly Attended to. NEW ORLEANS FRIDAY 8 to I Good thing first race. The best and surest winner that we have had this year, bar none. GUARANTEED t D S SPECIALS... 0 There are many people who desire to play but one or two good things daily. For their benefit we hare inaugurated a series of GUARANTEED SPECIALS. Subscribers to this series receive only STAR GOOD THINGS. The terms for this series are as follows : FOR $5.00 we will send you our specials until five or them have w. Scratchad, saeonrt or third horses won't cunt only horses that actually finish first will he ehmrgad. As soon as we have snt you five winning- specials your subscription expires. Write orcall at rnaln office Sold at news stands Madison and Clark sts.r southeast and northwest corners. REYNOLDS & CO. 119 DEARBORN STREET. We have been iu the horse xace business for years and have always dealt honestly and squarely with the public. Our Sheets are Piled Dally at the Daily Racing Form Office. Terms for Handicap Selections and Best Bets $1.00 Dally; $4.00 Weekly. Andes, 7-2, s Won Sir Hugh, 1-2, Won Comm'r Forster, 4-5, Won Vohicer I Lost nst Pr of Endurance, 2-1, Lost ;on,cer' My Surprise, Scratched Go'done, Scratched Best Bets at New Orleans Thursday. Full Selections at Ingleside. TODAY WE HAVE A ROYAL 600D THING AT NEW ORLEANS. The edds will be from 10 to 30 to I. SAFE BETTING PROPOSITION. A muady income can be made from the races with a small caDital on our one horse fruaranteed special. This is the best thing of its kind ever introduced to the racegoinp public, as the possibilities of losing are reduced to a minimum. Only one horse is sent out each day. This horse in the opinion of our entire staff of track experts is the best 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. TEKMS FOB THIS SERIES: $5.00 FOR FIVE ACTUAL WINNERS. ..,r,lJ?n8 and horses finishing second or third don't count. $20 bet on each horse up to date profited $284.00 after deducting all losses. Thursday's special was withdrawn. SPECIALS WIRED AT 10 A. ftl. Terms for Handicap Selections and best bets $1.00 daily, $4.00 weekly. Also for sale at news stands Clark and Madison Sts. ATTENTION--! do nt advertise any winners, only those wired and advertised as extra specials. TODAY ONE 6 to 15 EXTRA SPECIAL SATURDAY A 20 TO I GOOD THING. XmaslSpecial Free! Free! Free! ALL OUT OF TOWN clients mail me your name and address to private office. ALL CITY PEOPLE will call at office, 145 Clark St., 11:S0 Christmas Day. ATTENTION I GUARANTEE ALL specials to run 1-2-3 or refund $2.00. WIRED ANY PART OF THE WORLD. Office 145 S. Clark street, R. R. ticket office. NOTICE Address ALL mail and money to my private office, 94 Lincoln Ave. COL. J. C. WOOTERS, MANAGE!!. Telephone 3031 Dearborn. Bunco Broncho Information Co., 94 Lincoln Ave. LONG BEACH TURF EXCHANGE. 4 REGULAR TRAINS VIA Stations I 1st I Snd I 3rd 4th I KalC wu.irw ShOre oBBw w RV. J - Harrison St 13:35 1 :05 . 1 :35 a :10 3IstSt 12:40 1:10 1:40 8:15 Grand Central Station, Harrison St. and 'nKlewood 12 48 1:18 1:48 2:3 Fifth. Ave. Grand Crossing. 12:54 1:24 1:54 2:29 Running Time 35 Minutes South Chicas - 1:01 1s3' 2;01 gi36 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 Friday's New Orleans fields is: First Race My Surprise. Farmer Jim, Glenneyis. Second Race Playlika, Moranda, Tillo. Third Race Water Ed". Belvino, Rough Ridrr. Fmi-tli ci Golden Rule, Provost, Farmer Jim or Worthington,. p ith - co -Potheen, Trocadro. Marcos. Sixth Race Sweet Alice, Suburban Queen, Mrs. Frank Foster. New Orleans Form NKW OKI. KAN" F KM. New Oblkans, La., December 18. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Friday's races are: ,.. , . F rst Race Farmer Jim, Glennevis, My Surprise. Secmd Race Playlike. The Caxton, Tillo. Third Race Hanover Qnnen, Belvino, Tom Kings-ley. jB fP c " Fourth Race Golden Rule, Provost. Antonius. Fifth Race Potheen, Henry of Trastnmare, Tro-cadro, Sixth Rce Sweet Alice, Mrs. Frank Foster, Suburban Queen. T. K. Lynch. New Orleans Entries NEW ORI.KA1"- ENTKIKS. Probabilities: Weather clear; track slow. Apprentice allowance. Rnns well in mud. First Race 5 1-3 Furlongs. 2- year-olds. Colts. Allowances. Ind. Horses. Wt. Hder. 36650 Glennevis 5 ...115 690 3P6 6 MySnrpriee 112 7C0 315623 Floyd K - 110 680 ?6 91 Cinciunatus 110 683 S66'3 At zoiger - 110 650 36?71SRanVin ...110 650 33789 Blanco 110 64J 36674 Farmer Jim - 110 695 35591 2Harry 107 675 36617 Pageant & ...103 650 36V2 Showman 103 670 36671 Judge Cantrill ...100 675 Second Race 7-8 Mile. 3- year-olds and upward. Selling, 36676 Peter Duryea 8& ... 5... .114 680 36652 Mo nnda 4 ...109 710 36191 Sarilla 5.. ..107 690 35031 L- ftrr 5....107 885 (3'8'9)Hneist ... 4 ...107 695 36661 Kiss Quick 5.. ..107 680 36624 Alne Abbott ... 4.. ..107 650 3672 Tillo 8 ...107 700 (36119)Th Caxton 4 ... 4.. ..104 700 ( 6SI7)Meran . 3....104 665 3663lDutch Carter 5.. ..102 685 (36676)Playlikb 3.. ..102 ......725 Tliird Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. J6602 Belvino 4... .117 720 364272Rough Rider ifc.... 5.. ..114 715 S6973 Hanover Qneen 3 109 ......710 766S7 Tom Kingsley 7.. ..105 705 35946 Water Edge .... 3.. -.100 ......725 32804 Itacatiara 3. ...100 C25 36616 Phil Knight 3.. ..100 ......600 Fourth Bacr 7-8 Mile. All Ages. Highweight Handicap. 366VGolden Rule 5... .143 725 3665C3Echo Dale 4. ...122 685 36687 Death 7....118 690 36684 Antonius 5.. ..116 700 36648 Worthington 3....115 ......705 36674 Farmer Jim 2.. ..110 ......700 26507 Provost 4....1C6 ......710 ' Fifth Race 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 36627 Cogswell 4. ...104 690 366752Erne 3.. ..102 675 36875 Banish 6.. ..101 ......675 J6624 Henry of Trastamare 7. ...101 685 366753Trocadero 3.. ..101 700 36627 Marcos 3.... 9S 690 !6640SIrving Mayor 4.... 96 660 36592Potheen 3.... 90 725 Sixth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-oldB. Allowances. 36638 Sweet Alice ....112 700 366742Mrs. Frank Foster ...107 690 (36671)Suburban Queen ....107 690 36492 Our Bessie ....100 675 36344 Semper Primus ....100 600 36662 Helen Hay. ....100 625 Ingleside Form INGI.ESIDE YORM. San Fbanoisco, Cal., December 18. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Friday's races are : First Race Hungarian or Oso. Second Race Glendenning or Azarine. Third Race Ishtar or Assessment. Fourth Race Olinthus or Duke of York. Fifth Race Gold Van or Iredeus. Sixth Race Autolight or Artilla. H. Foesland. Ingleside Entries INGIKSIDB KNTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. Runs well in mud. First Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, led. Horses. Are. Wt. Hdcp. 36i902Star Cotton .... 5. ...117 700 36665 Sam Lazarus Esq.... ... 6.. ..110 710 366 6 Lone Fisherman .... 4.. ..110 705 6 8t Oso 5.. ..110 715 36654 St. Rica 4 ... 110 720 '6642 Tnlare ... 8.. ..107 -705 H6622 Hungarian .... 6 ...107 .25 !6 58 I. O. U 3.. ..104 .700 36166 Inaugurator 3. ...104 695 36642 All About ... 3.. ..104 710 6 88 Sir Lewis ... 3.. ..184 710 36462 Frank Mayo 4.. ..102 695 Second Raw Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) 3-year-olds. Beliinff. 31926 Miss Mateo 112 705 t66793Qlenripning 107 750 066-6)t'onstable ...107 ......715 ?6m Touitiah ...107 67: 6nT9)Muresca ....107 740 366792 Vzariue 107 710 66i72Rotany ....104 7S5 31635 Tyranns 104 710 36629 Uontoya ....104 725 Third Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 36581 Hesper .... 5.. ..118 ......705 36681 Kickumbob ... 5.. ..115 710 3656 Moldone ... 5.... 113 705 36 8'SDoreen ... 3.... 112 700 366813 Vssessment ... 4.. ..110 720 366H3Parsifal ... 4.. ..110 705 (V,689)Homnge 4. ...107 710 35641 Buck Taylor 6 .. 107 725 33622 Nix" .... 6.. ..107 715 36681 Brissac...'. ... 3 ...104 700 36562 Ishtar.... 3.. ..104 715 36630 Torila...v 3.. ..104 700 Fourth Race Short Course. (About 1 1-2 Miles.) Steeplechase. 4-yaar-olds and upward. Handicap. 362163Crest .... 5.. ..152 690 366312Duke of York 7.... 152 685 (J6570)Glissando .... 5.... 143 685 36571 Loyal S .,,. 4.. ..140 675 36596301inthus .... 6.. ..158 780 S6'96 Granger... 9.. ..135 670 36656 Phil Archibald .... 4....133 680 36570 Poorlands .... 6.. ..132 675 27852 John 5.. ..ISO 665 36611 Flashlight 9.. ..130 670 36558 Stromo 6 ISO 680 Fifth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. 3667p2Gold Van 112 750 865443G61dBell.... ....109 740 (36855)Iredeus.... ....108 735 366822Warte Nicht ...103 730 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 3G6213Autolight ... 4.. ..Ill 735 (S66S9) Artilla ... .... 5....110 735 ('GSiejThe Buffoon .... 5.. ..107 740 36684!2BilI Uassie .... 4.. ..105 725 36M9 El Rio Shannon 5. ...105 730 36658 Stuyve .... 3.... 96 750 Page  Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SA.N KICANCISCO, CAL., Uec.mbor 18, 1002. Twenty-ninth day. Now Cnlifomia Jockey Clnb. Winter Meeting. Woathor clear; track slow. Presiding Judge, E. C. Uopper. Starter, J. J. IToltmnn. No recall flag usad. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. indicate! whip, 5 spars, blinkers. QQQ FIRST RACK-Futiirity Course. (170 feet less than 8-4 milo.) Pnrso S400. t)UUOt 4-year-olds and upward. Sailing. Ind Horset A Wt St hi Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 366JI HOUAGK 4 119 9 10-i "1 61 H Waterbury O P Romigh 20 20 10 4 S66S RAGNAROK II. IS 4 109 10 51 2 1 2 Frawley M A Stephenson 4 6 6 2 S64S CHAPPIE 5 8 111 5 S S Si S A Powell I Mor.house 15 40 30 12 86843 SKIP UK t 109 4 4 61 4 41 Minder J H McQheo 5 5 4 8-5 86541 LEXINGTON PIRATKI S 112 1 21 Si 51 S Donovan F W Cooper 10 10 7 3 869? KATHERINE ENNIS f 4 109 8 1 Hi 2 6 J Ranch T Kelly 7 12 12 4 S6641 INTREPIDO 4 110 11 11 101 71 73 Troxler P McQuiro 10 16 16 6 S6665SYOHICER B 5 112 3 61 41 92 81 T Burns C F Clancy 8-5 8-5 8-5 3-5 2665iROLTAIRE S S 114 7 91 91 101 92 Lewis J L Kirk & Co 10 13 IS 5 86641 J. RICHELIEU JR. IS 4 109 2 32 5 81105 Birkenrnth Mrs Quick 80 60 60 25 35545 JUDGE NAPTON 5 7 113 6 7h 1H 1I 112 Groves T II O'Brien ICO 200 200 80 36605 TOM TINKER 4 1C9 12 12 12 12 12 Sheedy BeaconfieldStable20 40 40 12 Time, 1:141. Winner Ch. f, by Take Notice Hoolou (traiued by J. Stewart). Went to post at 2:01. At poit 2 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second the same. Homage displayed suadeu improvement and, after being crowded out at the start, closed an immense gap, finished with a rush, won going away fast and was much the best. Ragnarok II. was lucky, had clear sailing and appeared like the winner in the stretch, but tired and was swerving badly at the end. Chappie came from a long way back in the last quarter. Skip Ma was unexpectedly closing up at the end. Lexington Pirate tired in the last quarter. Katherine Ennis quit after setting a hot paco to tho stretch. Intrepido, away badly, made up ten length on the leaders. vohicer, evidently handicapped in the hardening mud. waa always outrun and made u poor showing in the stretch. Overweights Chappie, 2 pounds; Judge Naptnn, 4; Intrepido, 1. Homage, show, 2 to 1. Ragnarok II., show, evens. Chappie, show, 6 tol. Skip Me, show, 4 to 5. YohicT ahow. 1 to 3. SKC0ND HACE 7-8 MllB Pn $00. All Ages. Selling. 3 6 6 0 O Ind Horses A Wt St hi H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H G P " S6S59 PLaTONIUS 5 3 104 3 2 li li 11 1 Lewis Smith & Co 4 4" 4 32 S658S STAR COTTON I 5 1C9 4 li 2 42 4 2 T Burns H A Cotton 3 4 4 7-5 36641 HARRY THATCHSR 151 5 K9 2 4 41 61 6 31 Birkenruth Mrs Hastings 10 20 20 7 366J6 ROSARIE 1 3 109 7 72 710 5" 3 4 W Waldo Howley & Co 10 10 10 4 30519 THE MILLER f 6 1C9 1 63 52 3" 2" 55 J Ranch G P McNeil 9-5 2 8-5 7-10 36658 BATHOS 151 5 112 5 31 31 2i 51 6 J Daly J J Moran 5 7 7 3 S6667 HUTCH MILLER I 4 110 6 53 62 720 70 750 Troxler J J McAlester 10 25 25 8 36S77 IN GO 53 99 88 8 8 8 8 L Wilson P J Cooper 20 50 50 20 Time, 25,51,1:19,1:33. Winner Ch. g, by Roniseau Young Flush (trained by E. B. Smith). Went to poit at 2:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second tho same. Platoniue secured a lucky start, forced the pace in the worst going throughout and was evidently best. Star Cotton, under a Tigorous ride, finished fast. Harry Thatcher also finished with a rush. Rosarie, away badly, closed a big gap and appeared like the winner in the stretch. A weak finish and crowding at the end beat her for second moaey. The Miller, flatfooted at the Btart and crowded back, ran into prominence in the first half and then failed to stay. Bathos favors a sloppy track and is improving somewhat, showing a good half mile. Scr itched S66S1 William F., 1C9; 36656 Goldone, 109; (S6677)Sol Lichtenstein, 104; 36629 Dwieht Way, 104. Overweights Hutch Miller, 1 pound. Platonius, show, 3 to 5. Star Cotton, show, 3 to 5. Harry Thatcher, show, 21 to 1. The Miller, show ' 1 to 3. 3(3(591 THIBD KACK "8 imiM" PnrsS400- 2-year-olds. Allowances. " Ind Horses A Wt St jj K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P SSVSO'SIK HUGH I 111 4 31 12 14 12 T Burns WBJennings&Co 9-2C9-209-201-S 36516SORSINA I 107 5 55 2 31 2t Minder WO'BMacdon'ughS 8 61 7-5 86318 GORGALETE I 111 8 8 51 4i ?h Troxler J D Fitzgerald 8 13 10 8-5 (363S6)PbT MASTER R 114 2 2h 62 52 412 T Knight Chinn & Forsythe 8 13 13 21 86678 MASTER K 107 6 4 2 2 S.ir Birkenrnth G Lanka 15 50 50 8 36630 PAL JACK Jf 103 3 7i 41 6io 6 L Woods Skinner & Co 60 200 200 50 36670 LADY ROWELL R 104 1 1 8 7 72 J Daly C T Boots 20 SO 30 6 31402 HORNET H 112 7 6" 71 8 8 Waterbury H Gottung 50 200 2C0 50 Time, 241, 50i, 1 ;041. Winner B. c, by Salvator Scotch Fir (trained by W. B. Jennings). Went to post at 2:57. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won in a canter: second driving. Sir Hugh went to the front on the far turn and held a safe lead to tho finish without being extended and far outclassed the field. Orsina was lucky, and with clear sailing and under a skillful ride just lasted lone enough to land second place. Gorgalete, nearly left and excessively urged to get up while running in the worst going, finished very fast and was easily second best. Past Master, evidently short, failed to stay and should improve. Mastar tired after forcing the pace in the deep going. Sir Hnrh. show, out. Orsina. show, lito 2. Gorgalete, show. 3 to 5. FOURTH EACK-1 1-16 M"es- Purse 400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 3 6 6 2l Ind Horses A Wt St M Yt H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P M4220ANiiJU 5 104 3 5" 5H 3h 2i 11 Minder Owen Bros 4T5 5 2 366462M EEHANUS IS 6 111 6 6 21 22 12 i Hewitt F W Dosa 21 4 4 8-5 36622 LOU WELSEA 51 3 90 8 71 71 43 42 31 Connell Western 8table 20 20 20 8 385863 BLESSED DAMOZEL R 3 95 7 8" 81 72 75 42 R Ezell A G Blakely 6 11 11 31 (S6619)SUNELLO 15 4 105 5 21 3" 5H 51 52 Birkenrnth M Storn 21 3 13-51 36517 NANNIE NOLAN R 4 104 4 8 41 6t 61 65 Adkins D S Fountain 12 25 25 8 36561 GAWAINE R 4 107 1 11 11 1 S 7 J Ranch W E Cotton 6 7 6 21 36619 DIGBY BELL Si 3 98 2 9 9 8 9 81 W Waldo W M Sloan 6 8 8 3 36657 GOLDEN COTTAGE 15 3 98 9 4" 6" 81 81 9 J Daly M J Daly 6 6 41 2 Time. 25. 5Ci, 1 :18, 1 :46, 1 :53. Winner Ch. m, by Rojal Flush Lady Emma (trained by C. Cole). Went to post at 3:21. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won handily; eecond the same. Canejo, lucky at the start and skillfully ridden and his speed reserved, made a good stretch run and finished drawing away. Meehanus. easily best, got away poorly, was rushed into prominence early and forced the pace to the stretch, where he was seemingly a sure winner, but being inadequately ridden, swerved into the deep going. Louwelsea, lightly weighted, improved her position from the start and finished with a rush. Blessed Damozel, poorly ridden and unlucky, was going fast at the end. Gawaino beat the barrier and led to the half and then quit, being handicapped by the slow track. Sunello and Golden Cottage can both do better. Scratched i66193Imperious, 104; S66693Galanthus, 99; 36612 All About, 95. Overweights Sunello. 1 ponnd; Gawaine, 3. Canejo. show. 4 to a. Meehanus. show, 7 to 10. Louwelsea. show, 3 to 1. Sunello, show, 1 to 2. I ( FIFl'H tiAi t, Kuturity courn. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $480. O s J fj O 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Mnrai A Wt St & Yt StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H (3 P 36667 JIM bOttE II. 15 7 114 3 2i li HI H J Ranch G W.bb 5Mf2 3-2 3-5 3664 J MOCORITO 7 114 1 5 5 52 21 Birkenruth T Wellman 3 8 8 3 3661 VELMA CLARK R 4 109 4 1h 42 41 3 Tioxler J J McAlester 10 20 20 8 266H2KARABEL IS 6 1C9 6 3 31131 42 Lewis J J Bottiger 20 20 12 5 366432TROY 5 5 1 9 5 42 2 2 55 Reed V Gilbert 3 3 16-56-5 (31976 ILLILOUON IS 4 114 2 6 6 62 62 T Burns W D Randall 3 4 4 8-5 386i62FlLIBUSTER I 8 109 7 7'5 715 725 715 Minder a Judge - 7 8 8 3 35C94 ES3ENCE 1 5 114 8 8 8 8 8 Bell D F Cox 15 100 100 30 Time, 1:135. Winner B. g, by Gorman Dolly (trained by G. Webb). Went to post at 3:50. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won handily : second driving. Jim Gore II. suddenly improved, practically led throughout well in hand except whn mildly urged to beat Mocor-ito's unexpected rush. The latter broke flatfootad and worked a rough journey and showed improvod orm, closed up fast when with clear sailing on the outside in good going. Velma Clark, in deep going displayed early speed and held on remarkably well at the end. Karabel went well throughout. Troy followed the winner's pace closely and seemed promising on the stretch turn but fell away unexpectedly. Filibuster ran a bad race. Illilouon was short, bnt has worked well recently. Scratched 36667 Jim Brownell. 109; 36571 Dollie Wiothoff, 109. Jim Gore II., show, 1 to 3. Mocorito, show, 3 to 2. Volma Clark, show, 4 to 1. Troy, show, 3 to 5. Illilouon. how. 4 to 5. . ' SiXTli KACE C8 Jnlle l'nrS6 W00, 2-year-lds' Allowances. 3(3(34: Ind Horses A Wt St M. Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3657 2h ON I ION R J10 2 2H 2 21 Hi J Kauch WO'HMacdon'ughB-5 0-5 9-101-5 (319 2iSYLVIA TALBOT 103 4 11 VI V 2 W Waldo B Schreiber 3 3 3 4-5 36j9TjTHE FOG I 113 3 3 3 3 3 Kelly W B Sink Jr S-2 3 16-54-5 36670 LAURA F. M. I 105 1 4 4 4 4 C Kelly J J Marklein 10 16 16 3 Time, 24, 49, 1:02. Winner Br, f, by Ormonde Libbertiflibbet (trained by J. fl. Shields). Went to post at 4:21. At post 2 minutes Start good. Won in a cantor ; second easily. Honiton, lucky, in fine form and skillfully bandied, indulged Sylvia Talbot to the stretch, where sho cantered in the lead, winning hard held. Sylvia Talbot, pulled up at the start, was rnshod into an oarly lead in deep going, which she traversed throughout, and when beat Waldo gavo her an easy rido at tho ond. Sho is evidently very good nnd may rovorse this ruuning lator on. Tho Fog was soro and was outrun to tho stretch, whore ho was closing up wall in the final fnrlong. Laura F. M. was outclassod, Honiton, show, out. Sylvia Talbot, show, 1 to 6. Tho Fog, show. 2 to 9. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NKAV ORLEANS, liA., December 18, 1A02. Nineteenth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Mooting. Weather clear; track slow. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Btarter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No rocall flag used. Racing f tarts at 2:00 p. m. R indicates whip, 5 spurs, blinkers. 3(3(3S3 FIKST KACE-3"4 ln' Pai'soJ'W'. 2-year-olds. Soiling. Ind Horses A Wt St M K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O II C K22t&SS.. . BS 95 2 ln 14 U 13 B Butler 8 15 15 5 S ELH,AC " 102 1 24 25 21 2 Oannon II Dernham 2 2 8-5 3-5 S.SADAJ?EEN R 100 3 4 U3118 33 Scully R G Bolich 30 30 20 8 S6U31HONTAG R 110 5 S" 411 55 4 Pickering F Midgley 10 15 15 5 !Sf? 55SS?TON 105 6 61 54 5,0 Helgesen C A Johnson & Co 2 16-53 1 S51?5.5Ei5SIC K 100 4 51 62 66n Boiesen H C Schulz 10 10 7 2 S6647ORONTE R 105 7 7 7 7 7 Hoar 8 8 Bonder 4 7 7 21 'Apprentice allowance. Time, 24, 49g, 1 :17. Winner Br. g, by Ben Ali Santuzza (trained by B. Butler). Wetit to post at 2:CC. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; socond driving. Marco raced Irene Mac to defeat in the first half and came away without great effort in the stretch run. Irene Mac was off wall and had no miahapa and was driving to the limit all of the last furlong. Candareen began slowly, but closod a big gap and finished fast and would have been second in another stride. Pickering seemingly never tried hard with Sontag and had her under restraint all tho way. This one -will do to remember. Oronte was outrun all the way. Scratched 88616 My Surprise, 93. Overweights Irene Mac, 2 pounds. Marco, show. 21 to 1. Irene Mac, show, out. Candaroon, show, 3 to 1. Brookaton, show, 1 to 2. 36684: 8EC0ND HACfi 3-4 Jttile- Parse J400. 3-year-oldB and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St k K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C"p" SC6123ANDKS R 6 103 5 42 31 Ikk is Fuller J Arthur jj 1653 I MiLlTrft?-JWIL8()N 3 103 6 62 51 51 2 Gannon S C Hildreth 2 11-511-54-5 K tfS&HEfta .! 107 2 lH 11,1 23 31 HlS08en C A Johnson & Co31 18-518-56-5 522J?45E?iRr8.- BS 5 110 7 51 4n 3J 4n 'Neil HavorlyBros 6 6 6. 2 VAIL R 6 108 3 21 2 4 55 J Miller E J Arnold & Co 25 40 40 15 S?SSS0Y 6 102 1 7 7 7 61 Cogswell H Robinson 60 60 60 20 SSMMSy,1?2 II 3 92 8 8 8 6 7 Treanor H Gardner 60 100 1C0 40 36651!ALPACA 5 97 4 3- 6" 8 8 McCalTerty A C McCafferty 10 16 16 5 'Apprentice allowance. Time, 25, 58, 1 :16. Winner Blk. h, by Helicon Jess (trained by J. Arthur). I Went to post at 2:30. At post 6 minutes. Start good. Won easily ; second driving. Andes cut up at the post and was very lively, broke from the rear division and gradually worked his way to the front, caught Bummer tiring at the end and was going away at the finish. Harry Wilson was under a drive tot the entire trip, outgamed Bummer in tho stretch run and got second place in the last few strides. Bummer took th short route and showed good speed, but tired. Brown Vail quit when it came to a drive. So did Antonius. AlDaca can do better. Scratched-36683 If You Dare, 110. Overweights Brown Vail, 1 pound. Andts, show, 1 to 2. Harry Wilson, show, 1 to 3. Bummer, show, 3 to 5. 3 6 6 S 5 THIRD BACK 1 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. " Ind Horses A Wt St H Yi X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P" SfiMfTyESUVIA-" I 4 117 6 72 21 11 13 i ERobertsonJRoberteon 30 30 20 8 JSHPlS&EP C " 5 127 11 103 81 63 45 25 RWilliams W Burke & Co 3 3 3 1 3651? EL REY RSI 4 117 5 12 H 25 22 32 C Wright E Dealy & Co 25 50 50 12 ?KLT.?EPPER I 4 115 7 61 6i 58k43 McCafferty OL Rkhlrds 3 5 5 2 12i,li0,NXTTT- Si 3 107 12 8 7 7 6i 51 Fnller M Kahn & Co 15 20 15 6 KER,Y.JiUNT 11 6117 1 21i41 4" 7B 6Donegan B Schreiber 4 6 6 2 ?5SSt?AX8?. IS 3 107 9 9 9 8 8 7 WHWood I Gillham 15 20 20 8 5SKS?2SBxtA?AB IS' 6 117 2 3" S'S2 5i 8 JConley E H Frellsen 6 8 8 3 366 193LORD NEVILLE l 7 120 3 4 10 9 9 9 C Alley WHFizer&Co 6 6 5 2 S JPt.9FENID "J 4 117 10 11 11 11 10 10 McJoynt JWMcClern'd&Co30 50 50 20 28IKPS "I 4 120 4 53 5Hl0 11 11 Fallehey J Duffy & Co 20 40 40 15 36009 GREY FORGE R 5 117 8 Pulled up. McFeeley Hutch'son&Nolan 30 30 15 & Apprentice allowance. Time, 26, 52J, 1 :19, 1 :47. Winner Br. f, by Lamplighter Unadaga (trained by J. Robertson). .cntflttii)?Stt l:00J:i.Ai Post I' minute. Start poor. Won driving; second easily. Vesuvia ran past her field in the first half and Robertson hugged the inner rail with her while rounding the far turn She was tiring at the end and inst managed.tp last long enough to stall off Alfred C. The latter was as good as left at the post, closed a big gap. finished fast and would have won in another stride. El Rev was off well in motion and showed the most early speed, but tired. Lord Pepper was in a pocket most of the way. Lord Neville was interfered with on the backstretch and his rider pulled him up. Corrected weights Alfred C, 127. Vesuvia, show, 4 to 1. Alfred C. show, 1 to 2. El Rey, show, 6 to 1. 36686 FODKTH t-1 Mile- Pnrso 500. All ages. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St H H X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (36639) JESSIE JARBOE 6 110 2 13 14 12 12 2 Helgesen Mrs M Goldblatt 7 q o 55"" S3&n?)RCAUPBELL .! 1 1S5 3 22 2!MI 2? 2BnX.n SCHIIdSth 3 4 31 1 36616 MOOR II 4 91 4 33 31 41 51 31 Waugh A Simons fi fi r ; 36625 MAJOR MANSIR ISI 5 102 5 6 6 5 4 45 Gannon A SiSoSs ?S fi li 36695 HUNTFRESSAJRANCE I ig ? ? i f f ? I" lelll Herz 1 11-511-51-5 3661cSTdTs 3 3 Winner B. m, by Eothon Ida Glenn (trained by M. Goldblatt). 36nttopOstati3i31-Atpstlminlit0,iLSt?rt g00tV Won easily; second driving. Jessie Jarboe SSSSS? nerpnpUal iaiC,tlC8 f ftOI?8Vtt2,hS frontd racing her field to exhaustion and was never in trouble. O. B. Campbell came wide into the homestretch and was driving to the limit at the end tn stall off Moor. The latter finished fast and was wearing C. B. Campbell dowf Moor also c me wide fata tho homestretch. Prince of Endurance and Huntrossa ran much below their true form- Overweights Moor, 1 pound; Major Mansir, 2. J9Bi" J.arb0B; show, ovens. C. B. Campbell, show, 2 to 5. Moor, show, 3 to 5. Major Mansir, show. n buo 21 to 1. Prince of ' Endurance, show, out. Hnntresia, show, 3 to 5. 3668 1 FIFTH BACE5-8 Mlle Pse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St M Yx X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (36350JJOHN PETERS R 3 112 7 31 1" 22 1h Gannon S C Hildrnth fi S fi-l 7 in (36635)BENMORA 3 99 4 2 28 1 2l H Booker CHanway 10 ik io10?"10 dbll5fUJ.JiJN LHj 7 113 11 10" 81 5 4K Wauch PH MrCnrrnn IS (in in SnAKINGSLEY B! U I ,6i 4f 6 5 HeleQ CAJolmsorn&Co20 20 20 6 3o661 OKLA 3 109 8 5 51 4 5 ? 61 Pirrman E E Farlov Jk Cn a 5 86650 DEATH 7 CogsTell HRobYnson ?o tn I W5 109 3 4nc 61 8 7 is 35895 GRANTOR 6 104 9 9 71 71 82 oS K D Orr 50 SO M &WERODIADE "Si .I1? VSM ? W?ldern,Sons&Co40 ? 6 f dbbOl) MiiKUUlAulli R 3 102 5 71 91 92 103 J Bakor G C Hnnnntt & Cn in is is k 36334 MIDNIGHT CHIMES RS 5 104 6 82 11 11 11 Fitzgerald HJMc U t Time, 25, 49, 1 :03. Winner Ch. c, by Lord Esterling Tarpeia II. (tsained by S. C. Hildreth). , , V ntt0IIPstat-).l At Post 10 minutes. Sart good. Won driving; second handily. John Peters ft?0 a11 ariind-t.hou1,a,de!;s to gouP and was driving to the limit at tho end to stall off Benmora Th The latter was off with the leaders and showed early speed, but droppod back at the fur ong posted then came again. St. Tammany saved ground all tho way and ran to his best form. Potfnfe was as good as left, closed a big gap and finished very fast. Okla met with a lot of interference. Death showed ssss1: Smiln eot off pooriy and did not imi,r- P?sTttions.howed John Peters, show, out. Benmora, show, 2 to 1. St. Tammany, show, 6 to 1. 36688 81XTU 1A(JK-1 1"10 Mllu8- Pnrso 5400. 3-yoar-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St X Yt X StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO P 365882COMM'K FORSTER W 3 10 1 21 11 H 13 Xa Gannon S U Hiidroth i Q s s - in WSWSa 2 V ? fi 5" 22 2,4 23 Si HRobinsonh 3 35 l"1Q 36G483ATHEOLA R 3 91 4 55 4 310 SO so Scully J A Kvln n r k o k 36613 FALSE LEAD K 6 103 7 71 62 42. 48 48 f ! Booker M Sabath in 3G6132SWORDSMAN if 8 101 6 61171 6- 6 W J Book or WHFizor.fcCo Ut ?S ?2 1 36217 PAY THE FIDDLER! 6 103 8 8 8 8 71 6 Dnrt L Lnndrv n l In AS2ePallowace."S1 U 26 &U20,l :46S C 8 8 6 2 Wluner-Ch. c, by Linden Peninnh (traiued by S. C. Hiidroth). Went to post at 4:85. At post 2 minutes. Startgood. Won onsily; socond tho samo. CommiBBionnr-Forstor begat, slowly and had to go around tho loaders at tho first Tturn to get up .then raced Shut Ud tlromeDt iU U" Ur8 ha,,f ?U(K .n.sily took command, saved ground at tho 'turn into tho Thomc stre ch and camo away going fast. Optimo camo wide into tho homestretch and w ,s under a drWe all of ll-rl5B- f ?rlonff1- AthooTa made up ajot of ground on the bHckstrotch, but tired when It ; oatna to a "drlvB Heroics showod speed for a half The rider on Pay tho Fiddlsr lost both stirrups. Shut Ud bled Commissionor Forster, in for $700, was bid up to $1,700 and bought by W. W. Fiuu. P Scratc hod-3eC75 Jop Doughty. 106; (JOWllDutch Cartor, 98; (36613)Poarl Flndor.SOi 56592 Potheon.9 Commissionor Foratar, show. 1 to 3. Optimo, show, 1 to 2. Athoola, show, 3 to hi otneon, Page  Gossip Fo the Turf I GOSSIP OF THE TURF. j "Tha most surprising turf feature of the closing days of the year is the remarkable advance of jockey Gannon, who less than two months ago was unhonored, unsang and, it might bo said, unknown," says the New York Evening Sun of Decam-ber 16. "It was at the fall meeting at Aqusduct that Gannon first was projected into the limelight of public attention and then only faintly. There, however, his work began to command respect, and with this respect came a greater demand for his services, until now he shines out as a star of the first magni-ude. At Now Orleans recently he captured fifty er cant, of tho racos on the card, riding three winners right off the reel and ontshinning all his follows. His first victory was on the 6 to 1 shot The Caxton in the third race, at six and a half furlongs. In the fourth race, at seven furlongs, he piloted the even money choice, John Peters, to victory. He completed his trinity of triumphs by winning tho fifth race, at six and a half f urlongs, on Harry Wilson, which was at odds of 3 to 1 in the batting. It was at the Bennings meeting recently that Gannon signed a contract, and it is more than probable that he signed too soon. According to New Orleans horsemen, this boy would bo a valuable acquisition to any stable, and if he were free, could command a retainer of handsome proportions. When he signed his contract, however, he still was practically unknown, and jumped at a salary that any ona of half a dozgn owners would bo glad to double now. Gannon first rode for W. L. Olivar, to whom he was apprenticed, and won his first victory in an apprentice race at Morris Park last season. Hs lqoked like a promising boy at that time, but subsequently went off, only to burst into view again this fall. If he holds his present form ho will go east in the spring a jockey of the first class. Word comes from Lexington, Ky. that Hernando, winner of the Latonia Derby and which ran bo iorwardly at Morris Park a yoar ago with Gold Heels and Water Color in the long distance events, will be trained again next spring, as he seems per-fectly sound. Hernando went wrong in his training last spring soon after being shipped east to fulfil his Suburban Handicap engagement. Soon After his arrival at Sheepshead Bay ho struck his leg, and, for fear tho hurt might prove serious, his owner ordered tho noted son of Hanover thrown out of training. Leo Jackson, tho jockey, who was su&panded indefinitely a couplo of weeks ago, was a newsboy Qijjjjpg Jib became a rider. Frisco is now unionized Lomond to end, and of course the newsboys there have a formidable union. They have espoused the cause of Jackson and several days ago a deputation of walking delegates called on President Williams and demanded tho jockey's reinstatement. President Williams, after listening to the talk, told them to run along and sell their papers, adding that it would probably bo a good idea for Jackson to go back into the business of selling papers. The good race horse, Fred Ackerman, is lost, according to the statement of John Skain of Lexington, Ky., administrator of tho late James Murphy. Fred Ackerman won at Morris Park in June and it was thought ha had baen shipped to Gravesand. Murphy's papers showed no disposition of the horse and his whereabouts is a mystery. Skain found five head belonging to tho noted trainer at Bunnymede in charge of Col. E. F. Clay. While working Little Scout and Aylmor Bruce in tho infield at New Orleans last Tuesday, the former kicked Aylmar Bruca, breaking one of her jaws. The American Sporting Manual (COPYRIGHTED) READY ON OR ABOUT JANUARY 15 - - 19 0 3 I col I M !! !! I Jtfr& j B W KB Dally BaplngFornil 1 ALL THE TSRF r . . f f PTJBT.th n k US4 3 V HFWQ BCbCCOT OT tilb OFFICIAL OSOAK OF THX I 1 . ". I WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB I Form Sheets and Entries Ex- ALL TRACKS pertly Indexed. ARE FULLY RE- Telegraphic, Correct, Con-! WRTEi b b j cise, Comely. I ss b Training News a Specialty. j I ... , . - i Off Our Own Presses Be- I I. I 24-IIS fore the Chicago Dailies. 8Ff kwm L J f &!. j . f" I ONE MONTH, $1,25 I SIX MONTHS, 7.50 ! I JOb ONE YEAR, 14.001 I 3 8EN!I AB WL&ST-GIaABB KAIL I A Handbook of Figures -Beyond Comparison . -.. -. V r... t An Official Compen- , dium of Records . , ' -,l r1'- 1 - r Summaries by Experts ' on the Past Year's DoingS . . Edited by ' . . '"l' 30c in Paper F. H. BRUNELL - - 1' '50c in "Soft Morocco Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. 124-126 FIFTH XVENUE CHICAIGO Racing Dates of 1903 RACING DATES OF 1903. Crescent City J. C. (Now Orleans) .Jan. 1 March 14 Inglesido, Cal Jan. 13 Oakland, Cal Jan. 5 Feb. 6 Ingloside, Cal Feb. 728 Oakland, Cal March 2 New Louisiana J. C. (Now Orleans).. ..March 1621 Little Rock, Ark March 23 28 Memphis, Tonn March 30 April 22 Einloch Park (St. Louis) April 15 May 1 Lakeside, Ind April 1528 Nashville, Tenn April 23 May 2 Louisville, Ky May 219 Fair Association (St. Louis) May 2 June 27 Latonia, Ky May 20 June 6 Hawthorne (Chicago) May 23 June 5 Harlem (Chicago).., June 6 19 Detroit, Mich Juno 8 20 Washington Park (Chicago) Juno 20 July 18 Delmar Park (St. Louis) June 29 Aug. 12 Hawthorne (Chicago) July 20 Aug. 1 Harlem (Chicago) Aug. 315 Kinloch Park (St. Louis) Aug. 1329 Hawthorn (Chicago) Aug. 1729 Harlem (Chicago) Aug. 31 Sept. 12 Delmar Park (St. Louis) Aug. 31 Oct. 2 Hawthorne (Chicago) Sept. 1428 Harlem (Chicago) Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Fair Association (St. Louis) Oct. 331 Latonia, Ky Oct. 24 Nov. 26 Lakeside, Ind Nov. 214 Crescent City J. C. (New Orleans).. Nov. 26 Dec. 31