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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, January 1, 1903 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 drf1903010101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, January 1, 1903 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 $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  OL. IX. 1. CHICAGO, THUBSPAY, JANUARY 1, 1903. "lRKM Gossip of the Turf j GOSSIP OF THIS TURF. Followers of the racing game and admirers of kapt. 8. S. Brown, th& Pittsburg horseman, who has ilarge string of thoroughbreds, will be grieved to ar that a number of the Pittsburg man's fine fjrsps are seriously ill in the far south, says the Jttsburg Dispatch. Peter Wimmer has written a friend that some of the good ones stabled at Mobile fare in a bad way, but tho nature of the disease is Eliot given. ; j The Bascotnbo track at Mobile, where the Brown Citable is wintering, was purchased by Captain Brown lor a training track in tho 80's. Hero Troubadour was prepared for the Suburban, and Blno ! iVing, Senorita and others also wintered there. Jit is a full mile, and is one of the best parts of i tho f3tult City, on good grouud. composed of a sandy ?loam. But for some years Captain Brown has not I wintered any of his horses at Mtbile. The lastlot that spent the cold weather there carqonth too soon, with the rather enBrvatihgjjgf the semi-tropical climate still in thSlwly all fcaught cold and CaRtain Brown viE.t?ttijaalved i theBascombeas ,e. training groun5HaThjwinter ; the experiment '&as beetL tried agaSM; fnilp. iagaih, it is safe to&&7 flial it will ndflHpted. ! Lon Bellew, who has charge of GornHSauBr's jBjhat he expects to have soma reBfim in the three-year-old division thilHijsay jnf one or two older .obes tlBpjn Jveek. The unbeaten BarduHM&be i , important thre"e-year3MHR!ly i east and west, including the American Derby; and his stable companion, Lem Redd, will also be well entered. Bellew says that Bardolph is a much improved horse and that he is growing grander every day. Preparations are now being made at the farm to take the string to Nashville about January 15, or at least as soon thereafter as the barn which is being constructed for them is ready. The following two-year-olds of next yerr, bred by Dr. J. D. Neet, of Versailles, Ky., will be 'd next year as the property of Sire & Neet, Lsc.ader Sire having bought a half interest, Clifton Forge (half brother to Vincnnes and Likeness), by Handsome Illiaee, by Baden Baden. Gret.t Eastern (half brother to Ten Pins), br. c, by Handsome Austerity, by Reform. Soson, ch. f, by Handsome La Creole' (sister in blood to Pentecost), by Spendthrift. Caviat (half sister to Caviar), br. f, by Handsome Annie G., by Charaxus. Seven Oaks, br. f, by Handsome Message of : Loundsbury. . John Fay has given his two-year-olds, now quar; tered at Memphis, the following names:- Henry Lnehrmann Jr., b, c, by Golden Garter- -SrAoyJra'yiUiis, Is; c,"d dorian Nonage. Jl Ugly Ben, br. c, by Huron Suisun. Ed Tiernoy, b. c, by Montana Loo. Gloomy Gus, b. c, by Dorian Martine. Lady Bountiful, b. f, by Handsome Miss Hera. Morning Star, b. f, by Loyalist Satellite. Dolly Varden. b. f, by Inspector B. Piazza. Black Eyes, b. f, by Tithonus Inspectress. An eastern exchange says horses in training at Sheepshead Bay were given a taste of the snow last Monday. The course was covered to the depth of four inchos, and a majority of the trainers took their charges out for a gallop through it. That tho horses thoroughly enjoyed the snow and the nipping weather was evidenced by their actions. Tbey were buck jumping and full of play and put the exercise boys on their mettle to keep them under control. Frank McCabe had out a string of youngsters from the Perry Belmont barn, headed by the $20,000 two-year-old, River Pirate. They made the circuit of the track and scampered through the snow in a i lively way. The old American Derby winner, Sidney Lucas, j which Frank Frisbie believes will stand training again next season, was out with a couple of youngsters from the same barn. Sidney . Lucas was as lively as the youngsters. He is in great shape at present, and tho belief of his owner and trainer that he will race again seems well founded. Thomas Digaey, who trained the horses of F. J. Lantry last season, will handle a public stable the coming year. Two youngsters arrived at the Graves-end track Monday which will join his stable. One is by Wagner and the other by Star Ruby. Both are good lookers. He expects another lot next week. Barney Schreibor haB refused an offer of $-30,000 from E. J. Arnold for his great young stallion Sain, and reports that it will take $100,000 to tempt him to part with the son of St. Serf The Task. Sain is one of the most remarkable stallions for his years in American breeding annals, with Otis, Corrigan, Schwalbe, Zirl, Sylvia Talbot and other good iprses to his credit, and bids fair to head the "win-nftcg stallions" list of this country before long. fiohn Wallace, secretary for P. J, Gorman, the "lHDnati tnrfman arrived in Lexington Monday rLt to look OTer the yearling, brown filly, Blue I Bvit, by Rainbow Tho Brown Countess, by rhat is engaged in over ;?150,COD worth of Jfblnding the 'Futurity. Cdloncijarnee Mnly the ruaning qualitjCTG-Uie lyngBter. Audubon Weights i AUDUBON WEIGHTS. I ijBW Obleans, La., Doc. 31. Assistant Secretary 1 Jasper announced the weights for the Audubon handicap thia afternoon. This stake will be rnn Saturday and the pick of the Tiorses racing here ' 'this winter are entered. With a good track one of the best races of the meeting should result as a I large .field is. almost sure to go to the post. Thefol-I (owing is a list of the eligibles with the weights assigned: . .V J Audubon Handicap Sweepstakes, $l,0CO added, jfor'tbree-year-olds and upward. ' Horses. Wt. Horses. Wt. McChesney 132 Brief . .....98 Lucien Appleby 125 Major Tenny 98 I'heLady.... 120 Par Excellence 98 lelamon 114 Glendon 98 Cumbrian 114 Layia ..97 WlJ. Deboe. 113 Huzzah .. 97 i Sam Phillips 112 Lyman Hay 97. ! Nitrate ....112 Hargis 96 , Oil, Hutch ..112 Bard of Avon 9G ' HricVjleuth . 110 John A. Clarke 95 t Leviathan 110 Jack Doyle 95 Tho Conqueror II.. ..109 Worthington 95 Caliban 108 Marcos 95 H IliiP-Knor 108 Travers.... 95 1C8 Dr. Hart 95 lCS' Satin Coat 95 1C8 Flintlock .. 95 107 Staff.- jj Toe choTuTBoy!rrr!7!"rr 9 105 Commissioner Forster 95 105 Paarl Finder 95 105 Hanover Queen 95 105 Rassolas 91' f 105 Hindi 93 105 Ringdove 93 105 Decoration 92 104 Grandon 92 103 Erno 92 103 Compass 92 103 Ed Layson 92 103 Redan 92 102 Begone 90 102 Harrison 90 102 Lazarre 90 101 Ranchman . 90 ru. 100 Dr. Hagyard..... 90 nDeReszke 1C0 Joe Doughty 90 Bohul , 100 Sleepy Head.... 90 j Prowl .....100 Pathos 90 St. Tammany 100 Itacatiara 90 Macon 98 Carl Scboltz 90 ,UYestern Duke 98 Orpbeum 90 l3an Andres.. 98 Macie Maroe 90 J foundling 98 New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORfrTcHAFlB NEW ORLEANS, LA., December 31, 1902. Thirtieth day. Crescent Gitsl Winter Meeting., WeatheraB Presiding Judge. R. W. Simmona. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. No recall flag jBlM Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. g indicates whip, 5 spurs, 8 blinkers. -' 'BM FIRST fiACK 1 xaIle Jturs600- 2-year-olds. Maiden&H 36360 lud Horses A Wt St M Yt StrFin Jockeys OwntijB 368273WKLKO'RNE ECLIPSEJB 112 9 64 41 4 4i li Redfern fWliSH S6S27 MEMPHIAN N 105 6 51 24 2 2-1 2h H Booker) G C BennH 3C8272SPEC 853 "ft 1 11 I1 Ih ln 32 Scully E C ReyiHiH 36659 WAR. CRY M 113 2 31 31 32 31 4 Landry FWhiM 367922 MAUSEK ftS 109 3 41 8 64 54 54 Donegal B"SchreiHB 36724 SHOWMAN M 105 5 7 51 52 7 6 H Michaols J A KyliH 36775 FAIR LASS K 109 8 9 9 8 65 7 S Johnson F A Bi?.HH 36746 PIRATE H 110 10 10 10 10 9 8 EBbortsonM BlardH 36469 ROLL CALL ' i 102 7 8 1 61 8 9 Ojflfeer J Ray 1 35818 KING'S SISTER K 102 11 11 11 11 10 lOiHfe, Vestal & CflH 36792 SLEEPY HEAD til 102 4 2i &i 9 H UHttPdT E Manhi&H 36249 PASTORAL K 102 12 12 12 12 12 12ljHkH H MyersH Time. 26, 52. 1 :l9flfaiMk -'HH Winner Ch. c, by Prince of Monaco Lillian Lindsay UmHuV. Hb6re).H Went to post at 2:01. At post 1 minute. Start good. Woafpond tbVH up a great finish on Melbourne Eclipse. He rated him along fowHMfnrlrHI loaders tiring in the stretch and got up in the last ten yards. T''1!! cim to a drive. Racing seems' to improve this colt. He is gntti'nHkHH est of the fin id to get to going and showed the most early speed, bttMHH Showman was on the outside all the way. Mauser was interfered witKfHH Overwnights VVar Cry, 1 pound; Pirate, 1, '-B9 ---fcjM'JVQnrn' Eclipse, show, out. Memphian, show, evens. Spp j, show JwBWWB 36760 ZACK FOBd"14 SBKMK&mS ?6260 FAKE ft 4 110 9 6i 51 31 4ke Redforn M Foster & 36810 BEN MORA 8 3 108 6 31 2 8i 53 H Booker C JIariway H 3676VMORONI 7 107 3 7 8 44 6i Pollak J arthur M 36684 BKOW.N VAIL W 6 107 1 14, 31 9 7 Battiste E J Arnold B 3676? CRITERION 91 4 110 11 10 10 10 8 Rice FHO'ConniHH 36)73 DR. SCHABFF fi 3 108 8 41 44 11 9 O'Neil , W O'Nea'H 34148 JAMES FITZ B5 3 106 7 8 9 5hk10 Boieseu rons & ThHI 6763 FRANK KENNEY 4 114 10 11 11 64 11 Gannon A Simons M Apprentice allowance. Time, 25, 51, 1:18. H Winner B c, by Albert Zetetic (trained by J. Hackett). t Went to post at 2 :27. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won d'.'iving ; secfl came wide into the homestretch, kept bearing out in the last furlong and flnishe H side and got up in the last stride. McCafferty did not see him coming and wa?H Alpaca was at home in the going, showed speed and ehooic off the leaders wh? t and would have won with a stronger rider up. Zack Ford finished in the mi i M going and hung on gamely under a hard drive. Redfern was hard f.t work on jH ter. Benmora carried Brown Vail to the outside fence at the turn into "jk i pulled the latter up and took the middle of the track. Criterion closod u H the H Scratched 6760 Sue Johnson, HH Pyrrho, 6how, 2 to U Alpac, show, 5 to 1. Zack Ford, show, 4 to 1. 'B 3686 THIH HACK 1 1-S Miles. Pursel4007yearoldslH Lnd Horsos A Wt St 3t X K .X StrFin Jockeys ijB (368 'I) POTHEEN HS 3 9S 5 4V 3a 25 23 11 l Kefifern DuTiePH (.6699)ERNE ft 3 93 6 51 44 3 S 35 2s JKGraham J P KreH'erVBHBHBHBHj 368(6 GEOR. GARDNERJS5 4 104 2 lio is 12 Ink 21 sa Scally E & G W Beck BBpHHHHBl ('.6314tGIN SPRAY W 5 108 3 62 66 414 4 4 410 R. Murphy L B Kahn & Co b1 20 20 5BH 368482FALSE LEAD WS 6 100 1 Si 54 52 53 54 58 Fatler M Sabath 15 15 15 oBbJ 36826 J'GE DU RELLEW58 3 95 4 22 21 66 64 63 610 Cramer C S Dodsbn 20 60 60 lH 368263SIMOON 85 3 88 8 7 7 '7 7 7 7 D Gilmore M Kaha & Co 50 50 20 S6352 E11ENCE II. H 3 94 7 8 8 8 8 8 8, Helgesen F H Bonner 50 80 75 Apprentice allowance. Time, 25Jg, 52Jg, 1:193$, I 2 :42. VVinner B. c, by Patton Diana (trained by C. E. Durnall). HJ 'Went to post at 2 :57. At post 4 minutes. Start good. : Won easily ; second driving. Redfern waiaH with Potheen for tho first mile, wore Georgia Gardner down while roundirie the far turn and drew aHH in the stretch run. Redfern kept shaking him up all of the last furloDg. Ern outgamed Georgia GspP ner when it came to a drive. The latter was used up in sotting the pace and tirod. Murphy, lost on'xjf his stirrups before they had gone a quarter and was floundering all ove'r Gin Spray. . Gilmoro pnllel Emence II. up at the start. Scratched ( -6i80) Cogswell, 106; (36843)Marccs, 97. ; Overweights Simoon. 1 pound. j Pnthn. sliow. nut. Ernw. show, out. O'np ia Gardner, show, 6 to 5. , OUitin UAUi i ikiilo. Purse jUO. S-year-oWs and upward. Handicap. (3(33 j lnd Horses A Wt St X. Yi & StrFin Jockeys .aWQjyners O H C P - 368U3HONOLULC W5 3 100 2 1 13 13 2sr 13 HelgeseoOTBEulz I I S4 4-5 S68282HARRY NEW ft 8 3 107 4 S 32 21 ii 214 Otis SKaii5?son 6-5 9-5 9-5 2-5 SeS'gsHARQIS B 3 99 1 4 22 6 32 315 Redfamf?WTObMran 8-5 8-5 6-5 1-2 S66973HANOVER QUEEN 3 100 3 2a 4 4 4 4 J Fisher.OflRJfRldon&Sons 20 25 25. 4 Time,25,E3i, 1:18, 1:45. iWSBMS 1 Winner B. g, by Star Ruby Baby (trained by H. C. Schulz). imM' J Wont to post at 3 :30 At post 1 minute. 8tart good. Won easilrl;!aWM all out. Honolulu quickljrl took the lead, showed the most speed and Helgesen kept him in t'18 FjjWBIng all the way. Harry Nov I was under a drivo all of tho last furlong and finished in deep goingjS JiERddlo of the track. Redfern took Hargis back at tho start and went to wor)r on him while roUBWiKlM8? far turn, but could never I improve Ms position. Hanover Qaeen was alweys outrun. IBctHB' Scratched-(S638Potente, llu; 2932S3Telamon, 114; (36811) sJNnH 107 j Honolulu, show. 1 to Harry N-w. r-how. out. Hargis. show, ftMj' I FIFTH RACJBO 1-g guribngs. Purse tIjjQids and upward. AlloaranrBa. j lud Horses A Wt St M V. U StrFln"Kyi3wners 0 H C gJ ;36812 BAiiD OF AVON 8 4 101 4 ;A- 52 TMiBPBiPcTninvv" 6 7 2 M 26685 JERRY HUNT IS 6 101 5 ' iH'!' I" 2; I'-Ife&ife ,B Scb 15 20 " K M 36637 LApY ALBERT jf I 3 97 1 ' ,f : 21 Si 3jQtfc.fr Qvr 1 50 3 ' TJItHDf .SP' " '- " ON -5TW?Si -flR&jjSLMt Page  CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Suite 708, 225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111 Today One FROM 20 TO 50TO1. This trick received a special prep, worked great guns and is in the finest condition possible. There is only one chance in a hundred of him losing as he outclasses his field by a sixteenth of a mile. Remember in the forty days' racing at Ingleside we put 31 long shots over the plate and we consider this trick for today as good aB anything ever cut loose at the meeting. We also have the winner of the two-year-old race a highly tried filly and a quick breaker, worked 3-8 mile in 35. This is fully two seconds faster than any youngster at the coast. Above all, don't miss this golden opportunity to enrich yourselves from real good Information. P. H. Wednesday's advertised record breaker will go Saturday, providing tfce track is fa -t. PRICE FOR THIS GKAND SPECIAL, $5. If not a winner, the $5 will be refunded, Terms for Handicap Sliest with 3afVst Beta j Marked, $l)PerDny, LWeeklr. "nTr -lgygT'Am 1 1 it rrr ' 23 STRAIGHT WINNERS IN 3 WEEKS out of 48 pnlctfid rnces played, with odds 4-5 to 5-1. Sclent lie Handicapping- versus Guessing. No connection whatever with get-rich-schemes or bookmakers, nor do I handle commissions. (Absolutely HONEST information for the public.) "Am in GRAND form." The present COST prices will be continued only to J N. 19th, as our list of new customers is about full. -3 Regular Price During Wintor Season; THREE SELECTED races at California or New Orleans. Selections mailed (TO REACH) subscribers "within 350 miles of Chicago" the morning of the races for 2fic D AH Y, $1.00 WhEKLT. Either track. Send for FREE sample sheet of surprising results. C. W. LAPHAM, Suite 809, 21 Quincy St., Chicago. winners! Two good Things Each Day a Specialty. THE MAJOR, WON, 3-2 HARRY NEW, 2ND M. A. W tLKER, 167 Dearborn St., Suite 502. Mario Lavigne ...TURF BROKER... PLEASANTON HOTEL, SAN FRANCISCO,- CAL Commissions of .$5 and upwards executed accurately" for 5 percent of the net winnings. NO CHARGES ON tOSING COMMIS1TON. WOULD YOU BEAT THE K Crv? We will give a few discreet parties our (copy-risl'ted) plRn fur doinc itt FREE I Address in STRICT BUSINESS CONFIDENCE. "1Y SYSTEM" CO., Nw Orleans, La. RaceTracKv i Information Bra SUITE SO. 463-209 DEARBORN 8' 'Phone HarrlRnn 3689. Terms: $1 Daily for Form Letter Hand apj. Thursday at New Oileeis1 10 TO 20 TO I EXTRA SPECIAL. Don't miss this good thing. It is a winn. j Saturday 15 to 1 Cirth ' Our specialty is long shots that win. S GUARANTEED itt ) SPECIALS.,. 0 There are many people who desire to play tat on or two good things daily. For their ber.dt wa have inaugurated a series of GUARANTEE I, SPECIALS. Subscribers to this series race v on y STAR GOOD THINGS. The terms for thisen are as follows : f FOR $5.00 we will send you our specials until i 'o Kif them have won. Scratched, second ort'iird horses won't count only horses that acti tYiy finish" fist will he chnrged. soon ai wo have f nt you five winning specials your n Inscription expires. Write or call at main t lice Sold at news stands Madison and C!r.H ssr WINNING INFORMATM One and two Horses Sent Daily j I am here playing inside information and wi-' wire the same $3 DAILY; $10 WEEKLY. S.C.Miller,MilwaukeeH,otb' ; hot springs, Arkansas ( 1 TURF EXCmGr SPRINGFIEUgtUHOISi , Hei Orleans Sriipg$ 198u,IeE??rn REYNOLDS & CO. 119 SB, Terms for Handicap Selections and Best Bets $1.00 Daily, $4.00 Weekly. I POrHEEN, 3 to 5, - - WON BARD OF AVON, 6 to I, WON THE MAJOR,. 7 to 5, - - - WON ( LADY ALBERTA, 8 to 1 , 3RD i bl HARRY NEW, 2 to I, - - 2ND MEMPHIAN, 6 to I, - - 2ND Our clients profited on the above yesterday. j v 10 TO 30 TO 1 SHOT SPECIAL TODAY AT NEW ORLEIKS. Also two royal good ones at Ingleside with odds from 3 to 8 to 1. j SAFE BETTING PROPOSITION. A steady income can be made from the races with a small capital playing our guaranteed s ciahx Clients ;n this series take no uncertain chances, whatever, as every means of safetr are U en ti make this method absolutely sure. Terms for this series $5 for five actual winners. Scratched ant bors' finishing second and third don't count. SPECIALS WIRED AT 10 A. M. j Terms for Handicap Selections and best bets $1.00 daily, $i.C0 weekly. Also for sale at new 'tnadR v tB H Clark and Madison Sts. ;j I Advertise Only Special Winners : Bard of Avon, 8-1 ; Honolulu, 4-1 ; Dr. Bernays, 20-1 ; Saintly; f 15-6-3; Wealth, 5-1; Beau Ormonde, 8-1; Maghoni, 8-1; n irabo, 4-1; Diderot, 1 0-1; Hayward Hunter, 7-5; Major Mansir, 2-1; flthlana, 10-1; Ethylene, 2-1; Stirling Towers, . 4-1, Little Jack Horner, 4-1, Bard Burns. Today One 6 to 15 Extra Special ' SATURDAY A 20 TO 1 GOOD THING. Hot Springs Office: Arlington Hotel Cigar Stand. PKJCE $2 FOR EACH SPECIAL. 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T, George MoSweeneyJboquois Hotel. C T. Pendebgast, Palmer House. Chicago, Illinois January 1. 1903. 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 Washington Park Club. Chicago, 111... .Jan. 15, 1903 New Louisville Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky.-. Jan, 15, 1903 Tennessee Breeders' Association, Nashville, Tenn... Jan. 17, 1903 Fair Grounds Association, St. Louis, Mo Jan. 17,1903 Ingleside Form XNGI.ESIDK FORM. The form of Thursday's Ingleside fields is : First Race Botany, Montana Peeress, Saintly. Second Race No form. Third Race Tower of Candles, Erema, Fairbury. Fourth Race Nones, Articulate, Lord Badge. Fifth Race Sweet Tooth, Huachuca, Milas. Sixth Race Sylvia Talbot, Fitzbrillar, Gaviota. Ingleside Form H. Forsland INGLESIDE FORM. San Francisco, Cal., December 31. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Thursday's races are : First Race Botany or Florinel II. Second Race Rowena or Precious Stone. Third Race Jim Hale or Ned Dennis. Fourth Race Articulate or Corrigan. Fifth Race Huachuca or Diderot. Sixth Race Sylvia Talbot or Gaviota. H. FORSLAND. Ingleside Entries INGLESIDE ENTRIES Probabilities : Weather cloudy ; track fair. Runs well in mud. First Race 3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward, S33el'ing. Ind. Horses. Acre. Wt. Hdcp. 36633 Florinel II 6.. ..104 710 '6836 Prima II ... 5... 101 71' 3619 Chappie ... 9.. ..100 710 36849 Prue 4.... 99 705 '670!3Botany 4.... 97 725 68152Saintly 6.... 9 715 16849 Montana Peeress 4.... 91 720 36713 Rud Hynicka 4.... 92 700 Second Race 3-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances;;-lad.. Horses, colbr A piJWtfv Hdcp. LordWadsworthvchifc;:ibj :;!Ss.W3b5.v. George Trophy ...112"" . Canonicns. b. c, by Maxio Prosell2 Dr. Rowell, b. c, by Wernberg Leap Year ... 112 Selected, b. f, by Foul Shot Minnie Cee .. ..1C9 Rowena, br. f, by Altamax Picnic . 109 Annie Marie, b f, by YoJSl Rey Miss Gentry. 109 Samara, ch f, by Figaro Dnesal09 Queen Fay, ch. f, by King William Jessie C 109 Ambrita, ch. f, by Balgowan Miss Baker. 109 Third Race- 3-4 Mile 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind, Horses. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 36802 The Pride 7.. ..115 710 S883Golden Light 5.. ..110 70 3S7823Jim Hale 5....110 725 36Vi43Fairhury - 5....1C9 75 (!683) larretiere d'Or 4....107 730 (368"?4)Ned Dennis 5.. ..107 735 3678 Erema ; 5 ... 97 740 36782 Tower of Candles 5.... 93 750 Fourth Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. The New Year Handicap. $1,730 added. 36784 Articulate ... 5 .. 124 740 (SW784)Nones 5 .. 122 750 367S4 Corrican ... 4.. ..117 735 368202Tho Fretter .. 7... .112 730 3678433iddons .... 5.. ..107 730 (?620)Lord Badge 4... .102 735 ?68263Diderot ... 5.. ..100 735 ?6852El Rio Shannon 5.... 98 725 368172Claude 3.... 93 720 Fifth Race 1 Mile. 4-yaarolds and npward. Sailing. (36836)Antolee 5.... 110 710 36820 Hermencia 6. ...110 ......710 (36854)Illowaho ... 4. ...110 705 36767 2 Huachuca ... 4.. ..108 720 368203Diderot 5.. ..108 715 36610 Nellie Forest ... 5.... 105 7C0 35786'2Sweet Tooth 5 .... 104 725 36854 Star Cotton 6.. ..101 705 367693Milas 4.... 98 ......715 Sixth Race 6 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds. Handicap. 367853Qaviota i ...112 735 (36705)Gold Bell ...111 7S5 (3687)Sylvia Talbot -.109 7E0 (S6734)Fitzbrillar 108 740 I To Students of Form to studentsoeforh. A largo proportion of thaTHore&B now running at San Francisco took part in tieeSty days racing a't Bntte, Mont. 1 .st sun: mcr knowledge of their per-formances there is of p-eat ivalue. to students o .J form who are fol!!E.inK the jconrae of racing at 'Frisco, ir Bacivc Foil prepare! table of te Bnte racing -'ffsptoRacttj v,bick L for sale at 10 cetfejk will berS?4o U may apply on reifiBfchoifl