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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, February 8, 1903 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 drf1903020801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, February 8, 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  VOIi. IX. yO. 34 CHICAGO, SII RICyTS The American Derby THE AMERICAN DERBY. A very great race deserves a very great entry list and that is what has been awarded the American Derby this year. It is the truly national race of this country for three-year-olds and its importance i, ' grows as the years roll by. In time it will be to the j, United States what tho Epsom Derby is to England. ic It is a source of just pride to the west, because it is the only race of the west that is preeminent. The east boasts of the greatest race for two-year-olds, the Futurity, tho greatest handicaps for three-year-olds and upward, the Brooklyn, Suburban and a' Brighton, and in respect to weight for age races, h leads unapproached, but the supremacy of the li American Derby is unchallenged in the list of great re events for three-year-olds. This year the American Derby has 120 entries. - Last year it had 97. All sections of the country are represented. All the good two-jyear-olds of last year from the central west, the south and the Pacific slope are in. The east is worthily represented, giving the lie to the many-times printed suggestion that because Heno, The Parader, Her-mis and other eastern aspirants of recent years had failed to carry off the honors of the American Derby, eastern owners would give up essaying its capture. Mr. August Belmont is represented by his sterling son of Hastings, Lord of the Vale. Mr. F. R. Hitchcock has in Acefull's conqueror, Grey Friar. Mr. B. T. Wilson, Jr., has not been deterred by the ill success of The Parader from trying again with his two cracks Mexican and Qrantsdale. Messrs. Whitney & Duryea have entered their splendid colt Irish Lad. Philip J. Dwyer has nominated Merry Acrobat, and Claude, Trapezist, Mackey Dwyer, Standard Bearer and Ahola have been named to give battle in the colors of other eastern owners. Altogether it is demonstrated that the sportsmanlike spirit and grit that leads eastern owners to keep on trying for the honors of the greatest of British races is also operative in moving them to keep up their gallant endeavors to capture the star event of the American turf. This is as it should be and some bright June day in the future a vast Chicago crowd will give an eastern winner an ovation that will show how utterly non-sectional Chicago patrons of racing are. Leaving the Derby asidefor a moment the Washington Park Club is to be congratulated over a record-breaking list of entries. It is a case where figures speak more eloquently than words. Look at this list of entries for 190? as compared with figures of 1902: 1903. 1902. American Dei by 120 97 Sheridan Stakes, 76 52 Unglewood Stakes 44 50 Drexer Stakes 104 75 Midway Stakes 99 86 Auburn Stakes 109 101 Oakwood Handicap .... . .-.106 69 Great Western Handicap 79 58 Young Handicap 117 77 Wheeler Handicap 132 95 Lakeside Stakes 112 93 Kenwood Stakes 120 88 Maywood Stakes 130 72 Edeewater Stakes 112 69 Quickstep Stakes 146 104 Hyde Park Stakes 194 131 Lake View Handicap 112 87 1.912 1,407 Increase 505 Barring accident, it seems that the American Derby of this year must be contested by a great field numerically. Dick Welles, Savable, Von Bouse, Americano, Lord of tho Vale, IriBh Lad, Grantsdale, An Revoir, High Chancellor, Linguist, Gilfain, J. Sidney Walker, Early, Prince of Endurance, Merry Acrobat, Fore and Aft, Jack Young, Bardolph, Sinner Simon, Olefiant, Gregor K., Top-soil, Grey Friar, Onatas, Yardarm, Banter, Wood-lake, First Mason, Collonade, Bob McLean, Spencer Reif, Rightful, Janeway, Mindora. Sigmund, Sidney C. Love, Flocarline and Bad News all went into winter quarters sound, all have winning cre dentials and, saying nothing of the others, should suffice to furnish a field of fifteen starters at least. The entries in full are as follows : The American Derby. A sweepstukes for three-year-olds; $25 to accompany the nomination; $225 additional to start; $25,CC0 added, of which $3,0C0 to the second and $2,C00 to the third horse. A winner of a three-year-old stakes of the value of $3,000 to carry 3 lbs. ; of two such stakes, or one of $5,0C0, 5 lbs. ; of three or more three-year-old stakes of the value of $3,000 each, 7 lbs. extra. Maidens allowed 7 lbs. To be run the first day of the meeting, 120 nominations. One mile and a half. Arthur, Mrs. H., b. f, Philo, by Dungarven Xal-lapa. Arthur, J., b. c, Lord Touchwood, by Loyalist-Punka. Baker, G. C, br. c. Jack Young, by Lamplighter Johnetta. Baker & Gentry, b. c, F. A. Bullock, by Wads-worth Lou Dudley. Baldwin, E J b. c, Americano, by'Empsror of Norfolk Atalanta II. Barr-'ck, W. M., ch. c, Sun Gold, by Sensation-Elizabeth, by Rayon d'Or. Belknap, G. W., Ji.Co., ch. f, Gypzena, by Cayuga Ace of Hearts. Belmont, A ch. c. Lord of the Vale, by Hastings Lady Violet. Bennett, G. C, & Co., ch. c, Canyon, by Cayuga Sister Monica; ch. c, Au Revoir, by Da Beauvoir Bon Voyage: ch. c, Alfio, by Fonso Flyaway. Boots, C. T br. c, Alfredo, by Tiger Lucia di Lammermoor. Bradley, Mrs. R., br. f, Ahola, by Aloha Mrs. Stuart. Buckley & Bailey, ch. g, Sir Faust, by Sir Dixon Caloe. Burrows, J., b.c, Action, by Faverdale Glenola. Butler, B. F., ch. c, Beaugard, by Inverness Beaucatcher; b. f, Discharged, by Figaro Guiltless. Cone, Mrs. M., br. f, .Navasota, by Gallantry-Fanny Wilson. Cook, F., ch. c. Linguist, by Linden Ella H.; b. c, Lendin, by Linden Kit Cat. Corrigan, E., ch. c, McGowan, by Riley Miss Murphy; ch.cMaxey Blnmenthal.by Riley Hattie Harris; b. c, Creolin, by Riley Miss Bowling; br. c, 8erge, by Sir Modred Baby ; b. c, McGee, by White Knight Remorse; b. c, Ravel, by Ravensbury Rakestale. Cunningham, B. J., ch.c, Gilfain, by Locohatchee Dolores. Daly, M. J., b. c, Claude, by Lissak Lida H. Darden, W. W. & Co., b. c, J. Sidnoy Walker, by First Mate The Chough ; ch. c, Monsieur Beaucaire, by Macduff Kate Pelletier. . DeWitt, C. & Co., ch. c, Will Sherry, by St. Flor-ian Lady Montrose. Drake, J. A., b. c. Savable, by Salvator Strath-flower: b. c, Von Rouse, by Bend Or Venuo; b. g, Orly, by Orvieto Eily ; High Chancellor, b. c, by Oddfellow Leonatus Mare No. 2. Dunne, P., ch. c, Early, by Troubadour Miss Dawn. Durnell & Herz, br. c, Prince of Endurance, by Prince of Monaco Melody ; ch. c, Tom May bin, by Lord Eetorling Welcome. Dwyer. P. J., ch. c, Merry Acrobat, by HandspringMerrythought. Ellison, C. R., b. c, Skilful, by Mirthful Skadi; ch.c, Judge Himes, by Esher Lullaby; b.c, Captain Arnold, by Sir Dixon Arcadia ; b.c, Lyman Hay, by Esher Miss Hera ; b. c, Senator Morrison, by St. Saviour Princess Frodcrika. Ezell & Lazarus, b. f, Monia, by Huron Seville. Fountain, D. 8., b. c, Dupont, by St. Saviour-Venus III.; b. c, Sir Hugh, by Salvator Scotch Fir. Franklin, H b. c, Benvolio, by Bend Or Sierra Madra. Frazier, W., b. c, Triad, by St. Andrew Trifolia. Gay11' W"' b' B' r,rapezist' by Handspring Lady Gerst, W., br. c, Fore and Aft, by George Kinney Top Sml. Gorman & Bauer, b. c, Bardolph, by Mirthful-Bermuda Dance; ch. c, Sinner Simon, by Simple Simon Mary Banjo; br. c, Lem Reed, by Victoria Mertie Reed. Greener, J. G. & Co., ch. c, Postmaster Wright, by Ornus;-Mamie R. CONTINUED ON FIFTH PAGE, KB THE AMERICAN DERBY. (Continued from First Page. ) Greener, J. 3. & Co., blk. f, Olefiant, by Ornns Alveria M. Hayes, W. M., b. c, Requisition, by Requital-Thrifty. Hayes & Headley, b. c, Orlando, by Ornament-Lillian Lee. Hayes & Van Meter, b. c, Incubator, by Ingoldsby My Chick. Hedges, W. M. & Co., b. g, Gregor K., by Phoenix Kola. Higloy, C. F., b. c, Cash Boy, by Cash Day Nannie D. Hildreth, S. C, b. g, Topsoil. by Top Gallant-Earth ; ch. f, Witfull, by Mirthful Response. Hitchcock, F. R., gr. g, Grey Friar, by St. George Una B. Hodges, L. N., b. g, Otter Tail, by Pirate of Penzance Pixy ; b. c, Ontonagon, by Troubadour Necktie. Keating & Hecker, b. or br. c, Malory, by Magnet-izer Dodo. Kelley, F. J., ch. g, Jackfull, by Mirthful Blissful. Long, G. J., ch. c, Governor, by Florist or Sabine Becky B. ; ch. f, Watoma, by Sabine Julia Magee, Madden, J. E., b. c, Onatas, by Top Gallant Sister Molly; b. c, Dauphin, by Henry of Navarre Queen Isabella; ch. c, Yardarm, by Henry of Navarre Yseult. Mahone, C. E., ch. g, Banter, by Bassotlaw Marsala. McCarren, P. H., br. c, MackeyDwyer, by Golden Garter or Bassetlaw Madrid. McDowell. T. C, ch. c, Woodlake, by Candlemas Bracegirdle; br. c, Bourbon, by Sir Dixon-Kanawha. Middloton & Jungbluth, ch. c, Shooting Star, by Star Ruby Olive ; br. c, Santon, by Golden Garter Santa Rita; ch. c, Manru, by Bob Miles Sevilla ; b. c, The Picket, by Falsetto Voltario. Milam, J. C. & Co., b. c, Dan McKenna, by Pirate of Penzance Lady Modred. Moshier, F. C. & Co., b. c, Capable, by Captive La Salinas ; b. g, Albemarle, by Deceiver Fable. Mulkey, W ch. g, Bas d'Or, by Dochart Golden Slipper. O'Meara, F., ch. c, Jack Orr, by Robert d'Or Melrose Maid. Oots Bros., ch. c, First Mason, by First Mate Manola Mason. Oxnard, H. T., b. g, Standard Bearer, by Handspring Songstress. Parmer, S. E. & Co., ch. c, Chambleo, by Charaxns Cantey. Pugh, J. W. ch. c, Bob Franklin, by Russell-Morning Bride. Rehm Bros,, ch. c, Novelist, by Russell Novel II. Re?poss, J. B., b. c, Dick Welles, by King Eric-Tea's Over; b. c, Collonade, by Fonso Lilly M.; ch. c, Bernays, by Wadsworth Modjeska. Sayre, W. H., b. c, Bonnie Burr, by Tyrant-Brier Rose. 8chorr, J. F., b. c, Gold Bell, by Goldcrest Heatherbell. T7ioCr' w,W?h,& Janeway. by Top Gallant-ilorence W. ; b. Spsncer J2oifc-bv Esfcer-rfrr .0hi.' B H$L,eauD-? m!ias Dutchman ' Rl?htfn1' by Pirate of Penzance Early Morn T?hr.eLb3r' tB ' b c- Mindora, by 8ain-Park Kidtro; b, g. Lacy Crawford, by Sain-Apozoa; b. c, Higmund. by Balgowan Kennesaw Queen; b. f, Geheimniss, by Sain Theresia. LoalfstiLaDuEf' ' BarD Knight' by Sanra0tnita-cVapVmePfinCe Eng9D0' by Talbot Bros., ch. c, Estrada Palma, by Tho Commoner Raining Dew. BlueVEyes" b' C' Valeat by Amtree-Farewell, by DufcS ' QTSe Gibbs' h Tichenor, M. H. & Co., ch. c, Sidney C. Love, by mr;rTo9"7??-staDC! IVV, ch- f- Flocarline, by St. Florian-Carhue; ch.c.Foxy Kane, by Onondaga isPmed0af.COrk:Ch- g' Ha"y' by Hindoo-a Tracey,S. S. & Co., b. g, Authority, by Badge-Golden Reel ; b. c, The Don, by Lissak-Cereta. Whitney & Duryea, b. c, Irish Lad. by Candlemas Arrowgrass. Wilson, R.T. Jr., ch. c, Mexican, by Mirthful-Bollelini0; ' Grantsdal8 by St. Serf-La nI.odW ,Bn,ck5,er' br- S, Bad News, by Flying Dutchman-Black Sleeves; ch. g, Red Raven, by Flying Dutchman Elizabeth H. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, LA., February 7, 1903,-Sixty-third day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather wet: track sloppy. Presiding Judge. R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Secretary, Sheridan Clark. Racing starts at 2 :00 p. m. No recall flag need, ft indicates whip, 5 spurs, 5 blinkers. ST 4t 21 FIRST RACE 1 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses AWt St StrFin Jockeys Owners Q H C P Tn.&y w 4 103 7 42 4i 41 41 1" Battiste J McAllester & Co4 8 8 2J S11!3,, w 2 J52 5 1 lnk 11 lnk 2nk w Hicks McN'y&McD'm't 2 3 11-59-10 FqFtTStPNGER ws 6106 1 7 51 60 3i 31 Lindsey A Bellew & Co 4 6 G 2 2J?t2?St w i i 6 G 5i 620 4 'Neil T A Gay & co 20 40 25 10 (37387)BLUEBLAZE w 5 101 2 22 21 2" 2 5nt Fuller K D Orr 7 8 8 3 S5?0 ws 4 106 3 3h 3k 31 5 630 Gannon J F Hacker 2J 4 4 .7-5 37201 BOUNDLEE W3 6104 5 5 7 7 7 7 Donegan B Schreiber 6 6 6 2 Apprentice allowance. Time, 26J, 51g, 1:18, 1:44. Winner B. c, by King Regent Miss Knight (trained by J. W. Foreman). WeiT pist at 2:00- At Pst 1 minute. Start good. Won driving; second the same, lhe first four fought it out closely all through the last quarter. Carat came from behind in the stretch and outgamed O'Hagen when it came to a hard finish. O'Hagen showed the most early speed, but was used up in racing with Blueblaze and was tiring at the end. The Messenger had a rough trip and was cut off while rounding the far turn, but finished fast on the inside. Lofter finished well. Blueblaze ran well to the stretch. Pyrrho was doing his best, but did not run to his best form. Scratched 373413McWilliams, 132; 37373 Scotch Plaid, 111; 373752naneur, , o-vq, 103 : 34430 Ernest Parham, 100; 37329 John A. Clarke, 96. ""Overweights O'Hagen, 2 pounds. Carat, show, 6 to 5. O'Hagen, show, 2 to 5. The Messenger, show, evens. Pyrrho. show, 7 to 10. 3T4:22 SEC0NI RACE 1 Mile- l,urse$400. 3-year-olds. Allowances. Ind Horses AWt St & StrFin Jockeys ' Owners O H C P" 373192HEDGE w 99 2 1" V- 11 2h l1 Scully E Trotter 5 5 31 7-5 373723FLOYD K. w 107 3 3 2 21 1 2" Fuller T B Watts & Co7 7 6 21 3723S3MEL. ECLIPSE ' wb 102 7 5l 72 4 32 33 Munro E W Moore &Co4 5 5 2 33572B. COCHRAN w 99 G 7 51 3i 42 4s Robbins D L Snow 4 7 6 21 (37357)PARAMOUNT wsb 97 9 8 81 7 6s 5l Lindsey J N Miller & Co 6 7 7 21 3735S BARKELMORE wb 102 5 22 31 5nk 5nk 62 M'hol'nd T E Mannix&Co 30 40 40 15 37238 SHOWMAN wb 1091 S 41 4nk G3 7 7 E Rob'sonW Durker 6 10 10 4 LATON w 100 1 6 Gnk S 8 8 Pollak H T Griffin 20 40 40 15 3319 STAR AND G'TERwb 104 4 Fell. McCafty McCafferty & Co 7 9 9 3 Time, 26g, 52, 1:18. 1:451. Winner Br. g, by Atheling Rosewood (trained by E. Trotter). Went to post at 2:29. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won ridden out; second driving. Hedge was at home in the going and showed the most speed all the way, but was under a mild drive in the last sixteenth. Floyd K. ran a good race, but tired after getting to the leader. So did Melbourne Eclipse after he had closed a big gap. Burke Cochran came wide into the homestretch. Star and Garter got caught in a jam while rounding the first turn, stumbled and unseated his rider. Scratched (3735S)Brush By, 107; 370093Shogun, 99; 372S7 Gold Bride, 97. Overweights Showman, 2j pounds; Laton, 3. . Hedge, show, 7 to 10. Floyd K., show, 6 to 5. Melbourne Eclipse, show, evens. 3T4r23 THTRD HACE"3"4 Mlle rse 5500. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St i StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37390 IF YOU DARE wb 5 107 1 l1 li li V-i Fuller Durnell & Herz 1 6-5 6-5 2-5 373902HARRY NEW wb 4 100 3 4" 4 4 2 Robbins C R Ellison 2 2 8-5 2-5 373212BUMMER w 7 95 2 2n 2" 24 31 Treanor C A Johnson&Co 4 8 7 8-5 3G013 ALBULA w 5 10S 4 3 32 3 4 A Hall Lamasney Bros 10 13 12 3 37013 PLATLIKE we 4 95 5 6 58 510 550 Scully E Trotter 12 25 25 7 1S151 LIEBER ANTON w 7 95 6 53 G 6 6 Lindsey J G Hirsch & Co 50- 50 40 12 Time, 25, 50, 1:1G. Winner Ch. g, by Only Dare Mollie Jones (trained by C. E. Durnell). Went to post at 2:58. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second driving. If You Dare was lucky and at home in the going, showed the most speed at all stages and ' was never in trouble. Harry New finished fast on the outside. and outgamed Bummer in the final drive. Bummer ran a good consistent race. Albula showed speed, but tired as if short. Playlike appeared big when going to the post and showed but little speed. Scratched 37202 Wealth, 110; (37319)Carl Kahler, 109; 3G777 De Reszke. 100- '37319 Andes, 100. If You Dare, show, out. Harry New, show, out. Bummer, show, 3 to 5. 8TJ A 6) A FOURTH RAUiC 1 Nile. 3-year-oJds and upward. 8 'dzjjJrSz Tho Club House Handicap 31.000 added. Not value to winner, $1.5C0. , Ind Horses A Wt St i V2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (37373) SH'RIFF BELLwsb 3 9S 2 4S 2 31 3i 1 Fuller M L Hayman 4 6 6 5 373733ALB. F. DEWEYws 5 951 1 3" 7nk 2" 21 2nt Haack K D Orr 10 10 8 3 37324 EMSHEE wsb 4 100 3 25 l1 l1! 11 31 Gannon A Featherstone 20 20 10 3 37373 SCOTCH PLAID w 8 10S 6 GJ 8 Gl 43 43 W Hicks Mrs C E Durnellf2J 5 5 7-5 373743PHILO w 3 100 4 7 4k 51 51 52 Robbins J Arthur 7-5 2 2 7-10 - (37339) NITRATE WB 5 118 5 5nt 51 7 8 Gnl Odom Durnell & Herz f21 5 5 7-5 373222HARGIS wsb 4 109 S 8 Gl 8 6s 7 J Wkf'ld E Corrigan 3 4 31 7-5 373372STRATTON W 5 97 7 lh 32 41 7 8 Scully E Corrigan 131 4 31 7-5 nCoupled in betting. Time, 26g, 52J, l:18g, 1:44. Winner B. c, by Ornament Louise (trained by W. Karri ck). Went to post at 3:35. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Sheriff Bell was on the outside in the good going all the way and Fuller waited with him until well around the far turn before making a move. Then he came away with a fine display of speed and was easily the best in the going. Albert F. Dewey was down in the deep going for the entire trip, ran a good race and outgamed Emshee when it came to the final drive. The latter showed the most early speed, but tired when put to a hard drive Scotch Plaid ran his usual consistent race. Stratton showed early speed. Hargis and Nitrate were overweighted. Scratched (37407)Brief, 101. Overweights Albert F. Dewey, 1 pounds; Emshee, 4; Hargis, 1. Sheriff Bell, show, evens. Albert F. Dewey, show, 8 to 5. Emshee. show 4 tn lo & TVinn ' show, 1 to 3. Corrigan entry, show, 3 to 5. ' nI10' CONTINUED ON FIFTH PAGE. CLEANS FORM CHART GONTI N U E D. The form of Mot k ' ; ; First Raca-M RACE 1 1-3 Miles. Pursa S400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. die. Second Race- A Wt St St j & StrFin Jookeys Owners O H. C P Doty. w 6,101 5 1J l1 1 1 l3 1 Gannon W Walker 6 6 4 1 Third Race- ws 4 10( 4 2 2nt 2"" 2 2 23 W Hicks R H Clark 4 5 5 1 TT,rfhT7a' jLw 5 103 1 5 5 5 4 4 3 Fuller J Carroll 3-5 3-5 3-5 out ourtniace ,35104 3 3i 3 31! 3" 5 4J O'Neil Mrs U S Wishard 20 50 50 12 Fifth Race- w 4 105 2 41 41 41 5 3J 5 Munro J P Krewer 4 7 7 8-5 - Jlowance. Time, 27g, 54, 1:20, 1:4SS, 2:15, 2:42. . s, by Hindoo Amy Davenport (trained by W. Walker). St at 4:02. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Probabur Ceylon to the front early and opened up a winning gap in the first furlong Runs - 3 never in trouble afterwards and was only cantering at the end. The Way, .ent all through the last quarter, outgamed Benson Caldwell in the stretch ter swerved over into the deep going in the stretch run. John Bull ran well d-year-olclt quit badly in the stretch, lad. Horse STSTtPSatin Coat, 107; 37354 Swordsman, 104; 37407 Adelante, 103; 37236 31595 Henry Deloraine, 93. (37433) Ban ' s John Bull. 4 pounds. i6365 John w, 1 to 3. The Way, show, 1 to 3. 'n 8?ie?D SIXTH RACE Mile. Purse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (Substitute for regular race declared off.) 37399 Laze if S7418 MaidV t A Wt St Yx Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3743l3Mary 'IUNT ws 7 107 5 41 31! 2" 1 Donegan B Schreiber 3 31 3 1 Balco ANLBY WS 6 101 1 61 6 4s 2nk A Hall Mrs A B Willis 15 20 20 6 -.,-,r d YOUNG W 4 103 4 3h 2nt 3b 31 W Hicks J W Berthurum 10 20 10 4 341(3Love ORNERwsb 7 100 2 1 11 lnk 41 Fuller H Richardson 6-5 2 9-5 4-5 .OCKW'Yws 4 93 7 53 5nk .61 5nk Moran Liger & Brown 25 100 100 15 3-TfiRr-o WS 3 88 10 9 7 7 6nk M J'nson R P Dodson & Co40 100 100 30 r . il W 8 103 8 S s 51 7 Robbins J Arthur 4 5 41 8-5 Ind. Hor .tiBYC'N wsb 7 105 9 10 10 9 8 O'Neil A Bellew & Co 10 20 20 8 37399 Kat. , ES W 8 101 6 7 8 10 9 Tooman D P Rodgers&Co40 100 100 30 37417 Na- A." sb C 103 3 2 41 8 10 McCafty A C McCafferty 10 15 15 4 3(399 Jgl HFIELD w 3 95 11 11 11 11 11 Haack U Z DeArman 40 100 100 30 2Z25 'r -'L.EVY ws 3 81 12 12 12 12 12 D Wish'rdMrs U S Wishard20 40 40 15 3782 Fl ,iCe allowance. Time, 25, 50g, 1:176. ?7iij9 m n by Servitor Innocence (trained by J. Lowe). !j7ii! v- 5 post at 4:37. At post 9 minutes. Start good- Won easily; second driving. ran wel1 n hand for the first half, caught the leaders tiring in the stretch run T-!aa t li'i9a 1 away without much effort. Miss Shanley finished fast and outgamed Stuart xouns & sharply contested drive. The latter tired as if short and the race should improve him. Little Jack Horner went wide at the turn into the homestretch and quit when it came to a drive. Lady Brockway ran fairly well. Alpaca quit early. Overweights Crutchfield. 4 pounds. Jerry Hunt, show, 1 to 2. Miss Shanley, show, 3 to 1. Stuart Young, show, 2 to 1. Little Jack Horner, show, 1 to 3. Page  CALIFORNIA Telegraphic - Selections. Sulto 708, 225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. "Wired at 10 a. in. Terms for Handicap Sheet, including Specials, $1 Per Day, $4 Weekly. Also for sale at news stand corner Clark and Madison sts. Horton25-l, Special,Won As advertised for over a week our track sharps knew what they were about when they stated that Horton was the most improved horse at the coast and would win the BurnB Handicap to a certainty. Onr advice on this one was plunge to the limit to win Imperious, IB to i, Won Bessie McCarthy, 6 to 1, Won were also given for specials in the past three days. These are the kind we give the public for their money. We don't keep bragging about something given weeks or months ago. We Give Special Winners at long odds regularly. MONDAY one from 4 to 10 to 1. This trick will roll in. WEDNESDAY we will put another one of our famous 15 to 40 to 1 Shot Specials over the plate. If you are wise you will cut in and get some of the easy money that is to be made playing oui superior inside information. MAIL US $1.00 AND TOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER And we will PUT YOU WISE On our next four telegrams. Only Two losers Out ofXine Good Things in Past Week SECRET SERVICE - II9 Dearborn St, THe Winders. We do not attempt to furnish information on over "Two Races Each Day." After deducting ALL LOSING BETS and cost of information for the past IS days days on a $10 flat bet EVERY ONE OF OUR CLIENTS HAVE WON 1281 While this Is not a large amount, no man can despise these figures. This Week we will surprise the Wise Ones. Garat-Saturday's Sleeper Only responsible parties need call or write. M. A. Walker & Co., 502, 167 Dearborn St. Notice! Notice! Notice! ON MONDAY I WILL HAVE A Grand Special at New Orleans. This will be the first of a series of one-horse wire selections, which will be continued throughout the New Orleans meeting. My correspondent at tho track will wire me this good one every morning at 10:30 so that I can wire the same to my patrons by noon the same day. This precaution is taken on account of climatic conditions. City patrons may receive same at my office at 12 o'clock each day. EX-JOCKEY MARSHALL & CO., 78 La Salle Street, Room 5. Terms for this Series: $2 Daily, $10 Weekly. One Dollar a Week (Regular Price $1.00 a Daj.) SZ GUESSING Don't "BURN UP" money on BAD races. 3 SELECTED RACES at EITHER CALIFORNIA or NEW ORLEANS. SELECTIONS mailed the evening bofore the races to reach subscribers in Cincinnati, St. Louis, -9 Chicago and many other nifciag. 1 . P STRAIGHT tO n R Ma $0 0 WINNERS FOR00. Scratches and place horses don't count. CW I Q nil am Suite 809, 21QuincySt. . II. LdlJIIalll, Office Hours :11a.m. to 2 p.m. W. K PAGEMAN, Turf Broker WELLINGTON CLUB - - ST. LOUI& 410 North Seventh St., Up Stairs. Formerly of 620 St. Charles St. Bell 'Phone 48-13. Kinloch D. 707. $35 Won $162 Past Week Only System Beating the Races. Booklet free. Wonderful system (copyrighted). Not a losing day in over four years' operations. Want the money daily? "My System" gets it ! L. C, WOODS, Box L C W., New Orleans, La. 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 LOSING COMMISSIONS Horton 25-1 won. Mehanus4-5wonD Boxwood 3-5 won. We gave the above horses to win Saturday. This is the kind of information that is bound to get the money. Our information for tho coming-week will be worth its weight in gold. To begin with, we have two almost sure winners on tap for Monday. Tho odds will bo from 4 to 10 to 1. Tuesday, 10 to 30 to 1 shot special Onr information on this one comes direct from tho parties controlling the coup and the plans have boon so carefully mapped out that there is only one chance in a hundred of him losing. FIVE WINNING SPECIALS FOR $5.00. Scratches and horses finishing second and third not counted. Only actual winners. This series is devised especially for people who do not care to nlay over one or two races a day. Terms for handicap selections, including best bets, $1.00 daily, $4 00 weekly, delivered to any city address before 12 m.; wired at 10 a. m. Sheets are always on file for public inspection. Reynolds & Co., 119 Dearborn St. ESTABLISHED 1890. LOOK OUR PROPOSITION OVER If you bet on the races and desire to be a winner, it is to your interest to your own interests to give the proposition we make you here more than a passing thought. Experience has taught us, just as it has thousands of others, that it is impossible to bet every race and be a winner in the end Now, if this is really the case, why try longer to do the IMPOSSIBLE? Why not be satisfied to win a little leas some-days than you might by reckless plunging, which eventually will put you out of bnsines', and use a safe method that will make you a winner every week without risking your original capital in the least. Wo are receiving information daily from a commissioner at New Orleans who bets for some of the best owners there on a couple good, safe bets that will net you a very remunerative income on a flat bat daily without putting you to the inconvonionco of going to the poolroom if you do not wish to go thore. We are not handicappers. Wo do not try and guess or pick the winners for you, but we give you jnst what the ownrs are betting on themselves. It will surely be to your interest to get our SPEOIAL NEW ORLEANS WIRE this week, play these good things only, and the result will convince you that this is the only way that will beat the races successfully, day after day. We havo given you so many winners during tho past three weeks that our limited space here will not permit a review of them, but a glance at our daily "ad" in this paper will give you an idea of the kind of information we are giving to our clients daily. $1 DAILY. $5 FOR 8IX DAYS. $8 FOR TWELVE DAYS. For sale at our office after 10 a. m. Also at the Saratoga Hotel cigar counter and 71 So. Clark St. beats the races... gjEENSEN STfiR SPECIAL CD.M.'HflSS3am. st. LONG BEACH TURF EXCHANGE. FOUR REGULAR TRAINS VIA StatlonB 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Lake Si h ore Ry . Ir. ::::: liii" TT T;i" liilT Grand Central Station, Harrison St. and Englewood 12:48 1:18 1:48 823 Ififth Ave. Grand Crossing. 12 :54 1 :24 3 :54 2 -29 RUNNING TIME 35 MINUTE?. 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The plan suggested not long aeo by Cornelius Fellowes, secretary of the Coney Island Jockey Club, to further the interest in long distance racing has been taken up by nearly all the New York tracks. Beginning with the month of July, at least three overnight races of this kind will be run each week. The distances will bo from a mile and a half to two miles and a quarter, with from $1,200 to $1,5C0 in added money. The events will not be handicaps, but races at weight for age. at five, ten aud fifteen pounds under tho scale, selling affairs and events with penalties and allowances. Ingleside Form IN GLESIDE FORM. The form of Monday's Ingleside fields is : First Race Mi Reina, Isabelita, Lady Gallantry, Second Race Punctilio, Emil, Rudolfo. Third Race Forte, TJlloa, Rim Rock. Fourth Race Ethylene, Gold Van, Grail. Fifth Race Bernota, Rose of May. Tyranus. Sixth Race Murosca, Champagne, Amasa. Ingleside Form INGLESIDE FOItffl. San Francisco, Cal., February 7. The horses saeming to have tha best chances in Monday's races are : First Race Mi Reina or Lady Gallantry. Second Race Rudolf e or The Mighty. Third Race Phil Archibald or Ulloa. Fourth Race Gold Van or Epicure. Fifth Race Tyranus or Maraschino. Sixth Race Muresca or Champagne. ii. FORSLAND. Ingleside Entries INGLESIDE ENTRIES. rTobabilities: Weather wet ; tract sloppy. Runs well in mud. First Race-5-8 Mile. 3-year-olds, Selling, Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigreo. Wt. Hdcp. 36852 Orsius if.. ..108 710 37172 Tamm 108 700 37278 Mi Reina 107 725 Priestlike, b. f, by Midlothian-Priestess ...107 (35901) Ripper 104 715 37240 Amoruna 103 710 37361 The Counselor 5t....l00 705 374102Lady Gallantry 98 715 (S7308)Isabelita 97 720 Second Race 3 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Selling. The Mighty, ch. c, by Prince Royal Intrusion Ill 3739PEmil Ill 720 Cayucos. blk. c, by Trappean Abbie F Ill 37292 Punctilio Ill 725 Rudolfe, b. f, by Amigo La Ma- roma 108 Third Race 1 1-8 Miles 4-yaar-olds and upward, Sailing. Ind. Horees. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 37S63 Rim Rock 5.... 114 715 373632Ulloa .... 6.. ..109 720 373962Phil Archibald .... 5 .... 109 710 37242 Dance Along 5....1C6 705 37294 Tenricka 8.... 106 700 37274 Alms Giver 6... .106 715 37412 Forte 8... .106 725 37347 Honor Bright 6.... 104 700 FourtU Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 374322Diderot . 5.... Ill 725 364902Qrail 4.... 104 755 (367S5VEthylene 4.. ..100 750 37260 Epicure 3.... 94 730 37124 Leader 3.... 94 735 (37260) Gold Van 3.... 94 740 Fifth Race 7-8 Mile. 4-yaar-olds and upward. Selling, 37378 Bernota 5.. ..109 725 37378 Pat Morrissey 9.... 108 7C0 37189 Lone Fisherman f.... 5.. ..107 710 373783Tyranus 4.. ..106 715 37313 Mission (&.... 6.. ..104 710 37276 Bonnie Lisaak 5.. ..104 ......715 37176 Maraschino 4.... 101 700 37395 Estado 4....101 705 37431 Rose of May 4.... 99 720 Sixth Race 3-4 Mile 4-year-old nnJi nnTrerd. Sllinr (37291)Hilary 6.. ..106 .710 36938 Amasa 8.. ..106 715 (23505)Straight Shot 5. ...106 700 37415 Prue 4.... 105 705 37226 Muresca 4.. ..105 725 37378 Homage.. 5.... 104 710 37344 Intrepido 5.. ..102 690 37257 Light Ball 5.... 102 700 373252Rinaldo II 8.. ..102 715 (37391) Champagne 4.... 101 ......720 373952Legal Maxim 4.... 99 705 Page  Tin Wor,h Jockey Club MENTR,ES ?f , 4) c 1 4 , 0 a 0 a 0 WORTH, ILLINOIS I ICCll O, added. Spring Meeting 1903. 1903. Spring Meeting April 29 to May 22. Fall Meeting Oct. 5 to Oct. 31 . THE WORTH HANDICAP, $3,000 Added. THE EVERGREEN STAKES, $1,500 Added. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 lbs. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- A sweepstakes for two-year-olds; $10 to ac- Four and a Half Furlongs, ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $50 company the nomination, $50 additional to start; $1,500 added, of which $300 to the sec- additional to start; $3,000 added, of which $500 THE QRLAND STAKES (Selling) $1000 ond and $150 to the third horse. A winner of to the second and $200 to the third horse. Added. A selling semnS sweepstakes sweepstakes for for three-vear three-year- a stakes of the value of $1,200 to 3 lbs.; Weights weignts to to be De announced announced, five nve days uaib before ueiure . . , ii. t. carry , , e olds and upward; $10 to accompany the nom- of two such stakes, 6 lbs., of three stakes of the race. A winner of any race after the ina $4Q additional tQ start $1000 5 lbs. extra. any value 8 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a ' weights are posted to carry 6f which $200 to the second and $100 to the One Mile and a Sixteenth. - stakes that have not won three races allowed xne lmier to oe sold sola at at auc- auc- Tse- 3 lbs.; two races, 5 lbs.; maidens, 10 lbs. Five Jrira THE POWERS HANDICAP, $3,000 Added. Furlongs Those entered to be sold for $3,500 to A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- ' carry weight for age; if for less, 3 lbs. allow- ed for each ?500 to ?2,000' then 1 lb for each ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $50 THE ADMIRAL STAKES $1000 Added additional to start; $3,000 added, of which $500 A sweepStakes for two-year-old' colts and ?100 to 5fL StaT' i' be named through the box at the usual to the second and $200 to the htird horse. geldings; $10 to accompany the nomination, - entry Weights to be announced three days before $40 additional to start; $1,000 added, of which ur of closin; etoy thf race' and the A winner of race after the those so named to be liable for the starting race. any $200 to the second and m to the third horse. weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. A winner Qf a stakes to carry 3 lbs."; of two One Mile and a Furlong. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 THE CALUMET STAKES, $2,500 Added. lbs. Four and a Half Furlongs. THE FLYING HANDICAP, $1,000 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds; $10 to ac- A sweepstakes for three-year-bids and up- company the nomination, $50 additional to THE MAY BLOSSOM STAKES, $1,000 ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $40 start; $2,500 added, of which $400 to the sec- Added. A sweepstakes for two-year-old fillies; additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 ond and $200 to the third horse. Allowances: $10 to accompany the nomination, $40 addi- to second and $100 to the third horse. "Weights Non-winners of a three-year-old stakes of tional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to to be announced three days before the race. $1,500 value, 7 lbs.; maidens, 15 lbs. One Mile the second and $100 to the third horse. A win- A winner of any race after the weights are and a Sixteenth. ner of a stakes to carry 3 lbs. ; of two posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. j ADDED MONEY AND FULL VALUES IN CASH. HANDICAPS WITH $600 TO $1,000 ADDED. SPECIAL NOTICE No entry yill bo received for any of these stakes except upon this condition: ' cnUADH IACDCD c: -.t-c --. T ITSai" ail dlspuk'eS, claims and oojections arising out of the racing, or with reapecc to the interpretation V J- r LJ frtlr E,rX, secretary, a. r- of the conditions of any stakes, shall be decided by a majority of the Racing Stewards present, or those ... -n-n T . . T11 ' whom they may appoint, and their decision upon all points shall bo final. Koom dU, 17U Ji.. Madison bt., Chicago, III. SPRING MEETING tTQDT T7TTT TflPlTPV PT TTD SUMMER MEETING JUNE 6 TO JUNE i 9 !HJjJJjUi.l UUUIYJU I UJJUjJ BEGINS AUGUST 3 CHICAGO v Stakes for Spring and Summer Meetings 1903. Entries Close Wednesday, February 18. Added Money and Full Values in Cash. Handicaps with $600 to $1,000 Added. Tho Uarlom Hafinnal (Handicap). Value $10,- five races of any value or of one race of the value of races of the value of $530 each in 19DI allowed 3 winners of a race of the valno of $600 that have not IIIC nailCIII nailUliai 00o. A handicap for three- $1,500 allowed 5 lbs.; of $S00, 8 lbs. ; of $500, 12 lbs. ; lbs. ; of one such, 5 lbs. ; of any race of the valus.'of won three races allowed 3 lb3.; two races, albs.- year-olds and upward. Entrance $15 each, and $150 of $100, 15 lbs. One mile. $100 in 1933, 8 lbs. Maidens allowed 12 lbs. To be maidens, 10 lbs ; maidens that have ran in a stakes each for starters, $50 forfeit, or only $20 if declared Tl Aii-lii, (Selling), $1,500 Added. Value run Saturday, June 13. One and one-eighth miles, and not bean placsd ia such, 13 lbs. Five furloags. out by April 6, 1903. Guaranteed value, $10,000, of MIC MU5UII (Est.) $3,400. For thres-year-olds and Thp RjuproHp (Selling), $1,500 Added. Value Tha Yniinacrar $1,500 dded Value (est) S3 - which $1,400 to second and $600 to third horse. Pall npward. Entrance $10 each; $50 additional to "13 HlVBlSMB (Edt) m For thrae-year-olds in8 iQUlUSlSI 2;0. For two-yaar-olds (foals of values to be paid in cash by the Harlem Jockey starti $1(50o added, of which $500 to second and (foals of 19D0). Entrance $10 oach; $50 additional 1931). Entrance $10 each; S5J additional to start. Club. Weights to be announced March lb, ,1903. A 150 to third horse. The winner, unless otherwise to start. $1,503 added, of which $530 to second and $1,503 adied, of which $303 to second and $150 to winner after the announcement of weights or two stipulated when named to start, to be sold at aac- $150 to third horse. The winner to ba sold at auc- third horse. A winner of stakes of the valus of races of the value of $l,n00 each or one of U) to tioa- Horses entered not to be sold to carry 5 lbs. tion. Horses entered to be sold for $5,000 to carry $1,203 to carry 3 lbs.; of two sach stakes or of ouo of carry 4 lbs.; of two of $2 000 each or one of $5,000,7 above the scale. Those entered to bo sold for $3,500 scale weight; 2 lbs. allowed for each $250 to $2,030; the value of $2,000, 5 lbs.; of three or more stakas of lbs. ; of three of 2,C0O each or two of $?,CO0 or one of to carry weight for age; 3 lbs. allowed for each then 1 lb for each $100 to $1,030; thin 2 lbs. for each the value of $1 33) each or of one of the vaiu? of $4,000, 12 lbs. extra. For horses handicapped at 115 $500 to $2,C00; then 1 lb. for each $100 to $300. A $100 to $700. A winner, after March 31, of a race of $1,033, 8 lbs. extra. Noa-winnors of a race of the to 121 lbs., these penalties shall apply to the extent wiuner after March 1, 1903, of a race of the value of the value of $1,930 to be entered for not less than value of $3 )0 that hava not won five races allowed 12 of one-half only; for those handicapped at 1-2 to $i,20C to be entered for not less than $1,500. Start- $1,200. Starters, with selling prices, mast be named lbs.; three races, 5 lbs.; two races, 8 lbs maiiens 127 lbs., to the extent of one-quarter only, ana erS) with seniug pricss, mast be named through through entry box at the usual hoar of closing the 13 lbs.; maidens beaten four or more times, 13 lbs! horses handicapped at 1-8 ids. or over snail incur entry box at the usual hour of closing tho day pre- day preceding the race, and thosa so named will ba Five f arlongs. no penalties. For 3-year-oldE 1 the penalties shall ceding the race, and those so named will ba liable liable for starting fee. Oae mile, -i,, n,..;. 3m,, 41 r.nn n 1 v 1 aSrttoTSiZZSriZf Sd fr BtartiDg fe- ne and Qe-sifcf ath mileS- l500 Adllea- (t.)VK. For &B PfOVISO IS)1? pJr ?w-Sold. Sals One Una and tta three six The 1118 Pfitite BIllC SStSlS jl. g.-j-. p-.iy (Handicap) $3 000 Alded. two-year-old fillies (foala of 1931). Ea- of 1931). Eitranca$lO each;$50 Mti aal to sVar teentns miles. a.! i UOIUBII UllJ Value (Est,) $3,7)0. A handicap trance $10 each; $50 additional to start. $1,503 $1,503 added, of wnich$tJJ to sac jnd an 1153 to The 20th GeiltlirV iV , ? for th"o-rear-olds and upward. Entranae $10 each; added, of which $300 to second and $153: ta third third horsa. Horses entered to be sold for$!,003to iUC ZUUI U6HIUIJ Valae (est.) 7,700. A handicap $;o additional to start. $2,000 added, of which $100 horse. A winner of a stakes of the value of $1,030 carry scale wait; 2 lbs. allow3d for eac-i $2 3 to for throq-year-olds and upward. Jintrancaalooacri, to sec0nd and $203 to third horse. Weights to ba to carry 3 lbs.; of two such stakes or of one of the $2,0U0; then 1 lb. for each $103 to $303. A winuer of $125 additional tp start. S-iadded, of which ?7UU announced three days before the day appointed for value of $1,703, a lbs. ; of three or more stakes of the a race of the value of $1,133 to be entered for not to second and $300 to third horso. Weights to be the race. A winner of other than a selling parse value of $1,000 each, 8 lbs. extra. Non-wiuners of a less than $1,633. Starters, witii selling prices mast announced three days before the aay appointed ior race after tho announcement of weights to carry 5 race of the value of $330 that have not won throo be made through entry box at theusuil hour if the race. A winner of other than a selling pnrsa lbs. extra. Six furlongs. races allowed 3 lbs.; two rases, 5 lbs.; maidens, 10 closing the day pracading the race, aui thiseso race after the announcement L"SJ8A-car -t fca U I ouic t'hrlr $3,003Added. Valua(ost.) I03-? maidens that have run in a stakes and not namid will ba liable fjr starting fee. Fivoaudone- uuUUUO lbs. extra. .To be run Monday, September . One B Ni, LBWIS UlaIKj3M For three-year-olds b"a Placed in such, 13 lbs. Four and one-half half furlongs. and three-sixteenths miles.. (foals of 1900). Entrance $10 each; $35 additional furlongs. f. . (Handicap), $1,500 Added. Value' Thn PhinQfrr. $8,000 Added. Value (Est.) $3,5C0. to start. $2,000 added, of which $100 to second and Thp firaHliafP $t.50D Added. Value (est.) $3,033. '"jJUiUUi (ost.) $i,2KJ. A handicap f ir two-vear- llib ullSbdgu, por three-year-olds and upward. $200 to third horse. Weights 5 lba. below the scalo. 1 110 olauualci For two-year-old colts and geldings olds (foals of 1931). Entrance $10 each- $ addi- EntraDce$10each; $50 additional to start. $2,000 A winner of a three-year-old stakes of the value of (foals of 1901). Entrance $10 each; $50 additional tional to start. $1,500 added, of which $300 to added, of vhirh ?T0 to sccord rvd to third $2,0C0 after March 15 to carry 3 lbB. ; of two such to start. $1,500 added, of which $300 to second and second and $150 to third horse. Weights to be horse. A winner after March 1, 1903, of a stakes of stakes or of one of $1,500 after March 15, 5 lbs. ; of $150 to third horse. A winner of a stakos of the announced three days before the day appointed for the valuo of $3,C00, or of throe stakes of tho value of three or more three-yoar-old stakes of the value of value of $1,000 to carry 3 lbs.; of two such stakes or the race. A winner of other than a selling purse $1,CC0 each to carry 5 lbs. extra (selling stakes not $2,C00 each (selling stakes accepted) after March 15, of one of the value of $1,700, 5 lbs.! of threo or more race after the announcement of the weights to carry considered). Non-winners after March 1, 1903, of 8 lbs. extra. A non-winner of two three-year-old stakes of the value of $1,000 each, 8 lbs. extra. Non- 5 lbs. extra. Six furlongs. 3 Entrance fees muBt accompany nominations. Entry blanks may be had upon application to the Secretary, or to the office of Daily Racing Form. Address nominations and all communications to , f M. Nathanson, Sec'y, 815 Merchants Loan and Trust Bldg., Chicago. Page  Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. So far, the managers of the Fair Association and Delmar Park Jockey Club have not made up their minds on a system of starting races for next season. Though Manager Murphy of Kinloch opposos the "no recall" system it will prevail at Kinloch because Mr. Murphy says the horsemen and public bettors like it best. Following the example of the Coney Island Jockey Club, Philip J. Dwyer, president of the Brooklyn Jockey Club, has canceled tho dates of E. J. Arnold & Co.'b Gold Heels in all the Brooklyn Jockey Club races in which he was entered three weeks ago. The imported horse, Corblett's Bay, while being exercised several days ago got the better of his boy and ran away three miles. When he pulled up it was found that he had bowed the middle tendon of his off foreleg. It is said that an eastern turfman has made an offer of $10,000 tor the Bervices of jockey Walter Robbins, who is considered by many to be the best lightweight rider in the west. The horse Alfred C, the entry of which was re-fused some time ago for inconsistent running, has been reinstated. Frank Bain, of Chicago, has purchased him. Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN .ANCISCO, CAL., February 7, 1903. Seventy-third day. New California Jockoy Club. Winter Meeting. Weather wet : track sloppy. 37v ling Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, J. J. Holtman. Secretary, Porcy W. Treat. 3743 . . .. 37(11 g starts at 2:05 p. m. No wcall flag used. H indicates whip, S spurs, fl blinkers. 37416 : 3728 i f)f7 FIRST RACK 7-8 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year.olds and upward. . Selling. 37369 I 3742 rSes A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P ITIJV EHANUS WB 7 107 1 3 1 l2 11 11 Shaw F W Doss I 7-5 7-101-4 a,u' MA CLARK s 5 97 3 21! 321 2" 2 21! L Wilson J J McAlester 10 20 20 6 THATCHER w 6 107 5 62 42 4 36 3" W Waldo Mrs Hastings 10 16 16 4 RINEL IL w 6 99 6 41 53 52 5 4 Connell H W Hoag 10 40 40 8 m-w '.X BURNS ws 5 107 2 1 ,2i 3" 41 5 Adkins D S Fountain 2 18-518-51 , 371': iAj. FOREST w 5 102 8 7" 66 6s 6 68 B'k'n'th A G Blakely 3 5 5 0-5 (37416 VERIA w 5 102 7 8 8 8 8 71 Donovan Murry & Co 30 200 200 60 3742i THELLO w 4 104 4 5" 72 73 7& 8 J Daly J L Clayton 20 100 100 20 S7r Time, 243, 501, 1:161, 1:29. 57! jr Ch. h, by Golden Garter Fedalma, by Wheatly (trained by F. W. Doss). 374' to post at 2:06. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Meehanus 3710 y and skillfully ridden, worked into the lead at the half and easily retained his advantage to i and outclaesed the field. Velma Clark displayed unexpected good form, followed the winner's uucb, iely and finished gamely. Harry Thatcher got away poorly, but closed up very fast in the last quarter and ran about the best raco of his career. Florinel II. ran fairly well. Bard Burns quit after goiDg a fast half and ran a bad race. Nellie Forest got away badly and showed scant speed. Scratched 37376 Maraschino, 101. Meehanns, show, out. "Velma Clark, show, 2i to 1. Harry Thatcher, show, 8 to 5. Bard Burns, show. 1 to 3. 1 SECOND RACE 1-2 Mile. Purse 8100. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 3T4:28 Ind Horses A Wt St 4 & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (37173)BOXWOOD w 112 1 23 25 11 W Waldo G B Morris 3-5 9-209-201-5 ' BEARCATCHER w 109 4 ll lh 25 Bullman T G Ferguson 5 5 4 7-10 37190 BOMBARDIER W 103 3 4l 4" 31 J Daly W B Jennings 10 25 25 4 371733RAVELBNA w 106 2 31 3 4 Frawley B'nchi&McGov'n 10 15 12 2 HUAPALA w 106 5 5 5 5 B'k'n'th A B Spreckels 12 60 60 10 ST. GEORGE JR. 109 Left at the post. Minder T G Ferguson fS 5 4 7-10 tCoupled in betting. Time, 12, 245, 49. Winner B. c, by Watercress Calve (trained by G. B. Morris). Went to post at 2:36. At post 1 minute. Start fair. Won driving; second easily. Boxwood ran a good race, was the fittest of the first two and outstayed Bearcatcher in a long stretch drive. Bear-catr r, away well, displayed brilliant speed, but loet ground by makiDg a wide stretch turn and was Xf d bv the winner, but came again and was wearing him down at the end. He is probably a good cln. colt and is a fine looker. Bombardier finished fast and caught Ravolena tiring at the end. The latter was used up in following the leaders closely and was third best. St. George Jr. is a fine looker and has worked fast. Boxwood, show, out. The entry, show, out. Bomaardier, show, 6 to 5. Bearcatcher, singly, place, 6 - 5 ; show, 3 t'o 5. St. George Jr., singly, place, 6 to 5 ; show, 3 to 5. i) THIRD BACK 3-4 Mile. Purse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. rj 0 llnd Horses A Wt St & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (373S0) SYLVIA TALBOT 3 92 1 1 l1! I2 11 L Wilson B Schreiber 9-5 2 6-5 2-5 373S02STUYVE WB 4 102 3 33 221 2 2s T Burns E J Arnold & Co3-2 2 2 9-20 37124 CONSTELLATOR w 6 97 4 41 48 41B 3 McGov'n T H Ryan 10 15 7 2 71242GLENDENNING s 4 97 2 2" 3 32 4" Connell W B Sink Jr 21 31 31 1 29351 CARLO w 4 109 5 5 5 5 5 Burk E W Purser 50 250 250 50 Time, 241, 491, 1:16. Winner Ch. f, by Balgowan Parolee (trained by G. Covington). Went to post at 3:11. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won driving; second easily. Sylvia Talbot beat the barrier and made the most of her advantage, showed great speed and held on gamely at the ODd. but scored a lucky victory over Stuyve. The latter got away badly and gradually improved his closing a great gap, and was wearing the winner down at the end. Constellator made up ten Jiosition, engths from a bad start. Glbndenning raced into prominence from a bad start and tired after the first half and disliked the going. 8ylvia Talbot, show, ont. Stuyve, show, out. Constellator, show, 3 to 5. Glendenning, show, 1 to 2. O rT A ? f FOURTH KAOB 1 1-4 Mtles. 3-year-olds and upward. Q I rkrixJ The Burns Handicap. Yalne $10,000. Net value to winner, $6,850. Ind Horses A Wt St St 34 K StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P .37210)HORTON W 7 101 3 8 81 152 61 1" l1 C Kelly B'nchi&McGov'n 15 20 20 8 37143) CUNARD ws 4 119 2 5l 5 4" 3l 31 21 Jenkins G B Morris 3 18-53 7-5 7226 CLAUDE WS 3 96 9 41 4 2" 41 21 33 J Daly M J Daly 10 20 20 8 372262LD. BADGE SB 4 102 8 9 9l 71 5h 4h 42 Lewis W L Oliver 15 15 12 5 (36784)NONES wb 5 125 10 10 101 H5 81 6l 5ll Shaw P Ryan 4 6 3 6-5 373292T. FRETTER ws 7 109 1 11 Hi 91 71 71 61 Kelly F J O'Rourke 15 20 20 8 373792AUTOLIGHT ws 5 107 6 12 12 12 12 8 78 Minder W H Ketchiman 15 20 20 10 37313'DUPONT ws 3 90 13 13 13 13 13 9 8s Adkins D S Fountain 100 150 150 60 (37329)DURAZZO ws 3 98 5 6 '61 51 9l 5" 91 W Waldo G B Morris 3 18-53 7-5 37329 GOLD BELL WS 3 95 15 15 15 14 14 12 10" Reed J F Schorr 15 20 15 6 (37347)YELLOW TAIL 6 105 7 H l1 lh llO2 11J W'bury J Hackett tflo 17 17 6 368862SIDDONS w 5 110 17 16 16 16 16 14 12 L J'kson T H Stevens 15 15 15 6 37""6 CORRIGAN WB 1 114 12 14 14 61 10 13 13 Bullman B'ns&Waterh'se 8 12 12 5 373793ST SEVER ws 4 9S 14 7 72 81 11 15 14 W Knapp H E Rowell ttl5 17 17 C 370'2 WATER CUREw 5 107 18 17 17 17 17 16 15 B'k'n'th C Young $15 15 15 6 37175ISHTAR W 4 99 16 18 18 18 18 17 16 JTSh'h'n A Josephs 60 60 60 20 (37226)BLLIOTT ws 3 107 11 3" 3110 15 18 17 T Burns WBJennings&Co 8 8 8 4 3739S3C. BAL'TYNEws 5 100 19 19 19 19 19 19 18 Donovan J H Robbins 30 100 75 30 36435 EONIC ws 5 104 4 2" 2 3h 21" 11 19 T Knight C Young J15 15 15 6 Added starter, f ft t Coupled in betting. Time, 25, 49$, 1:16J, 1:435, 2:10J. Winner Ch. h, by El Rayc Fusillade's Last (trained by O. A. Bianchi). Went to post at 3:48. At post 9 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second driving. Owing to the large and unwieldly field there was much crowding and interference at the start. Horton's gameness won for him. He went steadily throughout, having clear sailing and, coming with his customary stretch run, wore down the tiring leaders in the last quarter and won drawing away. Cunard was lucky and in a good position, moved up fast when straightened and seemed like winning when a furlong out, but suffered from a weak finish and raced in the deepest going from start to finish. Claude secured a lucky start, ran a game race, maintained his position with the leaders and sustained his speed like a coming stayer. Lord Badge, on the extreme outside, closed a big gap in the last half, finishing with a rush under a bad rider. Nones was unable to stride freely in the going, but was , wearing the leaders down in the last three furlongs. Dupont ran like a stayer. Durazzo was bumped at the start and tired after going the first mile. Siddons ran a bad race. Yellow Tail went a fast nine furlongs. Elliott got off badly, but ran disappointingly. Scratched 34u013Argregor, 122; (37260) Gold Van, 97. Horton, show, 4 to 1. Morris entry, show, 4 to 5. Claude, show, 4 to 1. Nones, show 3 to 5. Cunard,, singly, place, 2$ to 1; show, 6 to 5. , ' 374:31 FIFTH RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses . AWt St & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (37345)T. OF CANDLE S WB 5 105 2 3l 35 21 B'k'n'th C Young 1-2 1-2 9-201-5 37303B. ROOM BELLE w 3 90 4 21 1 1" 2 Connell C Lind & Co 4 41 41 4-5 (37108)LIZZIE RICE w 3 97 5 U 22 3 3 W Waldo Miller & Co 10 10 9 2 37326 GOLD. LIGHT WS 5 107 6 63 65 5h 4 Jenkins P E Smith 20 ,25 15 3i 37194 TROY w 5 107 7 42i 4 42 51 L J'kson V Gilbert 20 40 40 10 348973M. F. TARPEY ws 5 102 3 52 52 6 61! Hewitt F W Doss 60 60 60 15 37344 ROSE OF MAY w 4 105 1 7 7 7 7 Bonner C McCafferty ' 40 100 100 30 Time, 24, 50, 1:02, 1:09. Winner B. m, by Candlemas Duchess of Towers (trained by C. Young). Went to post at 4:26. At post 1 minute. Start straggling. Won handily; second easily. Tower of Candles got away flatfooted, but closed up next to the inside rail and, being skillfully nursed, made good with a brilliant and unexpected stretch run and is evidently in great form, but dislikes this track. Ball Room Belle forced the pace throughout and finished out the last quarter gamely. Lizzie Rice appeared like winning on the stretch turn, but quit in the last furlong. Golden Light, away badly, closed a great gap and finished with a tremendous rush. Troy failed to stay and was outclassed. Scratched (37378) Annie Max, 105; (36901)Ripper, 92. Overweights Lizzie Rice, 2 pounds. Tower of Candles, show, out. Ball Room Belle, show, 1 to 2. Lizzie Rice, show, 4 to 5. 8IXTH RACE-;l MIle- Parse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 3 7 4: 32 Ind Horses A Wt St & SA StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37277 HERMENCIA wb 7 109 7 4 41 3" 23 1 Bullman W Cahill 2 4 W 4.C (37381)DIDEROT w 5 109 3 lh U V- V 2- B'k'n'th J P Atkin 3-5 7-107:101 X (37344)AXMINSTER ws 4 108 4 63 51 5l 32 32 Kelly W D Randall C 8 8 11 ; (37359)GOLD. COTT'GEws 4 107 2 24 33 41 4" 4 J Daly M J Daly 7 8 8 11 1 37398 FILIBUSTER w 9 109 1 51 6 6 52 52 Bonner C McCaffertv 20 40 40 1? 35461 T. PHOENICIAN W 8 109 5 33 2 2 63 6 Frawley J Hegarty 100 150 lm 40 5 109 6 7 7 7 7 7 T Burns 371433SEARCHER wb E J Arnold & Co7 8 8 11 1 Time, 251, 51, 1:17, 1:45. Winner Ch. g, by Hermence Grecia (trained by W. Cahill). Went to post at 431. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second easily. Hermencia, away badly and interfered with on the first turn, displayed amazingly improved form, fell in behind the pacemakers on the far turn and being vigorously ridden outstayed Diderot after a lone hard driv The latter appeared to be unable to outrun his field early today and also failed to stay Axminster was lucky, had cleBr sailing, came along fast in the last quarter and caught Golden Cottage tirine 'The lat ter sustained his speed at this unaccustomed distance and should havo been third. Searcher was alwavs y outrun. Overweights Axminster, 1 pound. Hermoncia, show, 1 to 3. Diderot, show, out. Axminster. show, 4 to 5. Page  Newport Form Chart NEWPORT FORM CHART. T, KY., February 7, 1903. Forty-third day. Quosm City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather cloudy; track heavy, ig Judge, Clem Creveling. Starter, P. Chinn. Secretary, James H. Nixon, starts at 2:00 p. m. ft indicates whip, 5 spurs, B blinkers. g FIRST EACE-1-8 Mile. Purse 150. S-year-olds and upward. Selling. es ' A Wt St & Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O EL C P LADDIE -wsb 5 109 1 l2 1 1 Rooney A G Stover G G C 2 NIE J. -w 7 104 4 2 2- 22J M'ntain C Watson ' 4-5 4-5 4-5 out jET OF FUNw 3 9G G 33 34 31 T'nsend O Cunningham 10 10 10 '4 E ws 8 10S 7 4J 4i 4i Morgan T A Davies 2 2 2 4-5 if SUPERBA -w 3 101 5 5 5- 51 D O'Neal Mrs M Johnson 40 40 15 G IBROOK wb 3 1061 3 7 7 C-' W Stuart A R Rhodes 10 10 10 4 LOUISE W 3 102 8 8 8 7 Blair L McGrail G G G 2 IE RANS w 3 931 9 9 9 8 N J'nson C H Ronsiek G G G 2 TARR tvsb G 1201 2 CI Gl 9 H'ths'll B Baughn 40 40 40 15 Time, 2G, 54i. r Br. g, by Surinam Ben Laddie (trained by A. C. Stover), to post at 2:10. At post 6 minutes. Start bad. Won driving; second easily, ie "was favored by a flying start, made the most of his advantage and, showing a of speed, lasted long enough to stall off Nannie JJs rush. The latter was inter-shortly after the start and could not quite get up. Budget of Fun ran her race, eights Title, 2 pounds; Pinebrook, 3J; Miss Louise, 1; Mamie Bans, 3; Dr. addie, show, evens. Budget of Fun, show, 2 to 1. Title, show, out. SEC0NI KACE 1-2 Mile. Purse $150. 3-year-olds and' upward. Selling. I ies A Wt St & Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P IORA H. w 4 112 3 l1 l2 14 Rooney . G W McLaughlin3 31 31 6-5 ,Y HULSE WB 4 105 2 221 21 22 M'ntain J O Tinsley 8-5 8-5 8-5 3-5 T ZENA w 3 101 4 41 32 31 N J'nson W Neal 15 15 10 4 ST RILEY -w 7 116 7 7 42 41! S'monds N B Davis G 8 8 3 ,IFY tv 4 117 1 34 51 55 Fitzm'ce L Fields & Co 4 4 2 4-5 ST AINTREE -w 6 116 5 51 7 65 Mead B Meyer S-5 2 2 1 2H COM'D'N w 8 121 6 6s 62 7 McCann Woods & Co 6 7 7 21 Z MILLIE H.w 5 116 8 8 8 8 W Stuart C LinkjgF 15 15 15 6 Time, 252, 531. r B. f, by Locohatchee Deno (trained by G. W. McLaughlin), to post at 2:38. At post 10 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same, was off well in motion, quickly assumed command and held her field safe all the y Hulse ran well and was the best of the others. Johnson rode a good race on 1, saving ground all the way. Ruby Riley finished fast. Jollify showed a flash, unfit, ar from ready. The c-thers were always outrun. Dutch Comedian is high in hed Madestone, 114. ra n., show, 3 to 5. Billy Hulse, show, out. Mary Zena, show, 2 to 1. Jollify, show, t Aintree, show, 1 to 2. p THIRD RACE 5 1-3 Furlong. Purse 150. 3-year-olds. Selling. es A Wt St & yz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P CARR w 106 6 6 52 31! I1! R Steele W J Luzader 8-5 2 2 3-5 .SEBOSA w 109 2 1 11 12 22 T Walker N Daniels & Co 8-5 8-5 1 out EL HURST W 98 1 2l 24 21! 3nk Hofller N B Davis 7 8 8 21 LE BARNARD W 96 4 51 6 6 42 T'nsend C M Jaeger 2 3 3 1 'TIE wsb 98 5 421 3nk 52 55 N J'nson J C Wilson 5 5 4 8-5 3GNE IL w 101 3 3l 44 4 6 D O'Neal G Hatchett 7 10 10 4 Time, 261, 531. 1:13. sr B. jc, by Gotham Stella (trained by F. Luzader). to post at 3:09. At post 4 minutes.' Start bad. Won easily; second the same, began' slowly as usual, but closed up fast while going around the far turn and. :oming along next to the rail in the stretch, won with plenty to spare. Delsebosa, off well n motion, showed her usual turn of speed, but was not ridden very hard at the finish. VEabel Hurst tired in the final sixteenth. Belle Barnard was the victim of a bad ride. Boit-le, all tangled up at the start, made up ground fast. Cologne II. .can do better. Jockey D'jNeal is an in and outer. Overweights Delsebosa, 1 pound. Dr. Carr, show, out. Mabel Hurst, show, evens. Belle Barnard, show, 1 to 2. Boittie, show, 4 to 5. r FOURTH RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse 150. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. rj'g Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37385 HI KOLLAR wb 7 114 1 l3 1 l2 14 Gaines A Hatchett 6 7 7 2 !73692MARIA BOLTON B 5 105 6 52 32 21 25 M'ntain J Stephens 8-5 8-5 1 1-2 7418 POSTILLION w 4 111 3 221 21 34 321 G'dyear Baker&Lamb's'n 8 9 9 3 J74022HIGH JINKS w 8 117 7 34 4 4 44 R Steele T A Davies 2 21 21 4-5 (37382)PORPHYGENE ws 6 114 5 61 6s 61 51 T Walker E G Eddy 6 10 10 3 37400 OLLIE J. w 7 107 4 7 7. 5- G5 Peters Shockley&Stoller 6 8 8 3 .372303SIR KENNETH w 7 114 2 41 51 7 7 Rooney W D Jones 21 3 3 1. Time, 263, 54, 1:223. ( Winner Ch. h, by Verge d'Or Niobe (trained by A. Hatchett). Went to post at 3:35. At post S minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second the same. Hi Kollar came to life suddenly and making a show of his field, won with plenty to Jspare. Maria Bolton, tangled up at the start, finish fast, but could not get up. Postillion race. High Jinks can do better. The others were never serious contenders, weights Ollie J., 2 pounds, ollar, show. G to 5. Maria Bolton, show, out. Postillion, show, evens. High Jinkst tdvfh Sir Kenneth, show, 1 to 2. JTFTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse 150. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. g fj rses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P IDE ROCK W 8 112 2 3. 34 331 11 1 T Walker F W Johnson 3 3 3 1 JINAS ws 9 109 1 22 24 21 31 2 M'ntain F Kesinger 21 2h 21 4-5 3E PAINE ws 7 109 5 7 52 51 41 3 Rooney G F Farmer 4 6 G 2i DELINE G. ws 5 107 6 6l 01 61 61 4s Homer Clayton & Co G 8 8 3 INO w 8 110 4 4l 7 7 51 51 S'monds J Schwarzendahl 6 8 8 3 TLE EMMY W 4 105 3 l3 l3 l2 24 G3 G'dyear H T Scurlock 2 2 8-5 4-5 JDY SMASH wb 5 118 7 5" 4 4" 7 7 McCann J Evans & Co 21 3 3 1 Time, 2GJ, 54, 1:231, 1:54. ler B. g, by Saracen Alala H. (trained by F. W. Johnson). : to post at 4:05. At post 4 minutes. Start good for all but Brandy Smash. Won icond driving. Guide Rock received a good ride. He ran in behind the leaders to zh turn when Walker came through next to the rail and won with plenty to spare, ran a good race. Tobe Paine had a stormy journey and' finished fast when Sr ned for home. Little Emmy showed a great burst of speed for seven furlongs, hereafter. when the pinch came. Brandy Smash was left fiatfooted at the post and had no ;ched 374203Waterton, 112; 37233 Eleven Bells, 110; 37400;Gumbo, 104. weights Fucino, 1 pound. Rock, show. 1 to 2. Aquinas, show, out. Tobe Paine, show, C to 5. Little how, 2 to 5. Brandy Smash, show, 1 to 2. g g SIXTH RACE 4 1-3 Furlongs. Pnrse 150. 3-year-olds and. upward. AllowanceB. s'es AWtStj StrFin Jockeys Owners' O H C P UTER w 5 127 3 22 2l l2 T Walker G W Pearcy C-5 6-5 1 out UNDLY w 5 125 1 14 14 2 M'ntain F Kesinger 4-5 4-5 7-10 out ARLO w 7 120 4 41" 45 3 McCann J O Tinsley 4 5 5 1 IT FRAZER w 5 112 2 - 31 31 4l R Steele J Luring 10 15 15 3 ?LARKSON wb 7 112 6 6 6 54 Mead C P Steward 4 G G 3-2 SGS "WB 8 112 5 54 510 G T'nsend W F Taylor 20 30 30 G ted from entries. Time, 25, 51, 5S. ler B. or br. g, by Blue Wing Viola (trained by G. W. Pearcy). t to post at 4:30. At post G minutes. Start poof. Won easily; second the same, ra Waiter indulged Soundly with the lead to the stretch and came away with ease tr lien ready. Soundly ran to her best form and had no mishaps. Charlo, off none too well. " josed a big gap in the stretch run. Lord Frazer weakened in the final eighth. Meggs and ,'Vick Clarkson were practicelly left at the post. Charlo, show, out. I " INCORPORATED. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $ H PAID UP CAPITAL, $loo,ooo. H TURF Correspondents and Commissio fl STATE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, -SjjH 619 COMMON ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. Announcement. New Orleans, February 2, 1903. "V BY RILEY GRANNAN. (SPECIAL DISPATCH.) M To the American Racing Public: iH The Riley Grannan Company has been incorporated under the laws of the St: Louisiana, with a paid up capital of $100,000, for the purpose of transacting a generc jH information and commission business. I have been elected President and will dirt JH operations of the company in the interest of hundreds of friends who have already si -JH a desire to become patrons, and in the interest of the general racing public, whom JH be glad to enroll individually on the books of the company as regular subscribers to t H vice, full particulars of which are set forth below." I hope I need hardly refer to my long career as a bettor, bookmaker, handicappe M general form expert, or to my inside connections with prominent owners and train H secure patronage. Every angle of the game is an open book to me, and I have pledge self to the gentlemen who are backing me with practically unlimited capital to give t rons of the company the fruits of my experience. I have already organized a large si ifl dockers to watch the preparations of the horses on the ground in the early morning and may add that my force is the best organization of its kind which money and a 'to edge of experts can bring together. I have, also, heard from at least two hundred o and trainers within the past forty-eight hours who express willingness to put their est information within my reach. The handicapping I shall do myself. I am quite satisfied that the results which the company will be able to accomplish through this system of selecting winners will bring brilliant results. In all my racing career I have never had a losing week when I had for a basis such an organiztion. My personal winnings on such information have been as high as 200,000 in a single week My losses on the turf at different periods may be attributed to a stubbornness which at times I evinced in sticking to handicapping entirely. The racing experience I have had is probably unique in turf history, and I trust it is not immodist for me to say it is a valuable asset to a turf advisory bureau. That experience is now your property if you join us. Every morning I shall with the assistance referred to above, select what I consider the best and surest bets of the day, and oh these the Riley Grannan Company will play the money of its clients. On some days it may be impossible to arrive at a decision that there is a single good bet on the card. At others there may be four or five. The company will not therefore bind itself to make any stipulated number of bets. Such bets will be made that seem judicious, and no others. The Riley Grannan Company will conduct business on the following basis: Terms for information, $5 per day and no charge unless we send you a starter. The smallest sum we will undertake to place for any client is $10 on each selection. The smallest account we will accept is .$100. From every account we will deduct $5 daily 1 advance for the information. At the end of each week a check will be mailed for a profits that accrue, less five per cent, of the net winnings which will cover our expensi j in placing your money. Whether the account wins or losses, a statement will be mailed "ut the end of each week. There is no limit to the amount which may be sent us for play. A remittance of $100 will insure a $10 play on each selection. A remittance of $200 will insure a $20 play on each selection. A remittance of $300 will insure a $30 play on each selection. A remittance of $400 will insure a $40 play on each selection. A remittance of $500 will insure a $50 play on each selection, and so on. The reason a sum so much in excess of a single bet is required is that the company will at times bet your money on losers as well as winners. The best horse does not win every race and we may have an occasional bad streak. By having a sufficient amount of capital with the company, you will in all probability be protected against such a contingency. I ; have never personally made over seven straight losing bets in mv life. Experiences 1 differ in this respect, but it would be the height of folly for anybody to send in an account to be played for him without protecting it against a few successive losers. I entertain the very greatest confidence in the ability of the company to make you a handsome winner. I have gathered about me the very best force of experts obtainable, and have backing to the extent that must enable me to succeed. 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Co , 124-126 Fifth to J NOW OH SALE 1 Chicago 1 HOW OH SALE li [Illegible] Form id ay's Nawport fields ie : Rry Zona, Love Wisely, Ban Lad- PPinebrook, Budget of Fan, Jennie Hi Kollar, Follow, Dolsebosa. Tiburon, Percy E., Assassin. Doponan, Frank Jones, Pat Garrett. Newport Entries Hies: Weather wet ; track heavy. Mrell in mad. First Knco 1-2 Mile. Biand apwird. Maidens. Allowances. PpL, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 'Hammond 5 116 G80 taddio 5.. ..113 685 VV. Patton 6... .in 680 fc-Fida 5.... Ill 670 IKh St.... 4.. ..107 675 tti 4.. ..107 670 Hope 4.... 107 635 Hfesna 3.... 96 700 Hny, b. f, by Oddfellow Hhlietto 3.... 93 Wisely .. 3.... 9S 69D Bk-Secoiul Raco 1-3 Mile. Hds and upward. Maidens. Allowances. fees. Ago. Wt. Hdcp. Me Macduff 5.... Ill .......680 Ibby Lucrece ............. 4. ...107 670 bine Doty ; 4 ... 102 685 Eebrook 3.... 98 700 Rria 3.... 93 680 fedgetof Fun 3.... 96 690 kmio Bans 3.... 93 675 iss Louise 3.... 95 685 ellioBly II 3.... 91 675 Third Kaco-5-S Mile. 3-jsar-oldii and upward, Ballinc, 37438 Dick Clarkson 4.. ..118 670 (374S6)Hi Kollar 7... .118 700 3740C3Vhitcorub 8.. ..118 673 (37419)Rotha 8....116 680 74023Follow 4. ...114 690 374353 Mabel Hurst 3.... 102 685 (37248)LadyLusk... 3.. ..101 685 374352Dalsebosa 3....101 685 Fourth Kace 3-4 Mile. and upward. Selling. Id Huss 4... .112 670 itle 8... .112 675 iburon 7... .112 7C0 ercy ft -.. 8....112 690 ssassin 9.. ...Ill 685 sculapius 4 1C9 6i0 athrop 4.... 107 680 iss Blarney ... 4.. ..107 675 msicMan 3 1C0 .685 i3-y8ar-olds Flftli Race 1 1-16 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Belling, raterton 5.. ..119 .......675 olo 6.. ..116 6S0 Doponan 6.... 116 70J rather Frod 9....116 6a0 at Garrett 7.... 116 685 ir Kenneth 7.... 116 67a taria Boltoo 5. ...114 675 rank Jonos 4.. ..Ill 690 New Orleans Form OBIiBANS FOKM. The form of Monday's Now Orleans fields is: First Raco Donny Dulfy, Fourleaf C, Dandio Belle. Second Raco Breaker, Arachne, Moroni. Third Race John A. Clarke, Free Pass, Albert Leo. Fourth Race Telamon, Harry New, Scotch Plaid. Fifth Race Princess Tulane, Josette, Frank Rice. Sixth Raco Chickadee, Plead, Simeon. New Orleans Form KESIV ORLEANS FOiiai. New Oslkaks, La., February 7. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Monday's raeos aro: First Race Dr. Fannie, Zack Ford, Eliza Dillon. Second Race Arachno, Optimo, Jerry Hunt. Third Race John A. Clarke, Albart Lee, Right Bower. Fourth Race Harry Now, St. Tammany, Scotch Plaid. Fifth Race Josetto, Sweet Nell, Apple Sweet. Sixth Race Chickadee, Simoon, The Way. T. K. Lynoh. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track muddy. Apprentice allowance. fitRuns well in mud, First Race 1 Mile. 4-jaar-olda and upnard. Selling. Ind. Horses. Aga. Wt. Hdcp. 37171 The Black Scot , ... 6....114 675 3735t2Denny Duffy ... 6.. ..112 725 37289 Glenzen 4.. ..112 685 1 368 JO False 6.... 112 660 37031 Dnndie Belle ... 5.. ..112 710 i 372 ;5Sir Kingston...-. ... 6.. ..109 6J3D i 36937Bounteous 5.. ..It9 700 ! 37375ccolada 5.. ..109 625 373873Zack Ford 5....1C9 685 374J32Dr. Fanuio 6 ... 6.. ..107 6'JD I 37'872Eliza Dillon 4. ...107 703 37201Fourloaf C 7. ...107 720 Second Kaoo 6 1-3 Furlonjrs. 3-yoar-clds and coward. Sailing. (37?03)Arachno 5. ...110 715 37374 Palarm 7.. ..107 610 I 372373SVhite Owl 4....1G6 675 (37126)Jerry Hunt 7.. ..1C0 685 37l2dMoroni 8. ...105 710 3710) Katie Gibbons 7... .105 650 I 37137 Pilaster 4.. ..104 650 ) 37391Optimo 4. ...103 675 i 3M01 Senator Morrison ... 3.... 95 690 3729 -'Breaker 3.... 87 725 S7290Lacache 3.... 87 600 37200 Immortelle 3.... 87 705 Sliird Race 1 1-S allies. 4-year-olds and upward. Belling. 37375 Campus 7. ...107 675 36776 Chopin 7.. ..107 675 26C94 Iznik 6.... 104 650 37,391 Albert Leo 6.... 104 685 36601 Right Bower... 6.. ..104 ......683 373S7 Limelight 7.. ..104 690 36252 Radiant Heat 7. ...104 685 37370 Ironis 5.... 102 6' 0 36601 Goldaea 4. ...102 6S0 36217 Free Pass. 6....102 720 37339 John A. Clarke ...... 4.. ..101 725 37370 Badger 4.... 94 650 Fourth Knee 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 37424 Scotch Plaid 8.. .108 695 (37001)Uogswell 5.. ..102 680 3712 ;2Harry New 4,. ..101 715 37!,90 Telamon 5.. ..100 725 VJ424 Philo 3.... 100 675 3740i2St. Tammany 4.... 97 690 (37422)Hedge 3.... 96 650 Fifth Race fi-S Mile. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 373582 Glenne vis ....110 705 37389 Right and True 110 705 (57404)Royal Deceiver 110 700 :-i73563Frank Rico 110 710 37372 Spec 107 650 36iC9 Hemlock 107 625 372053Swent Nell ....105 705 3740i2Josotto ....105 710 37338 Silver Fringe 105 695 37357 Lady Mistake ....105 .......6'i0 (S7320)Applo Swoot ....105 700 (37205)Princess Tulano ....105 725 Sixth Raco 1 1-8 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward, Selling, 374C93E1 Rey .... 5. ...112 675 37425Erne .... 4....1C8 650 374252The Way .... 4.... 108 665 3712Mosketo .... 5....105 705 3?747 Russian .... 5... .104 650 (37307)Polly Bixby .... 6. ...104 665 (37391 )Chickadee .... 4 .... 103 725 32291 Plead 5.... 101 720 373412Leenja 4.... 98 665 3735133uo Johnson ..... 6.... 97 : 675 3737SChanterelle .... 4.... 96 670 S72013imoon .... 4.... 94 720 Gossip of the Turf ! I I I ) i GOSSIP OF THE TURF. W. C. Whitney's four-year-old colt. Slipthrift, which is nominated for several of the big handicaps, has begun stiff work with tho Huggins string at Newmarket and will no doubt bo in right good fettle long before the real racing season begins. Ballantrao, which will also carry the Whitney colors, is one of the samo combination and even this early the pair have baen treated to some smart six-furlong canters on tho Side Hill tan track. Both horses fignro among the sixty-three subscribers for the Kempton Park Great "Jubileo" Handicap of 3,0C0 sovereigns on Saturday, May 9. The course is one mile and a quarter, and, judging from the list of nominations tho race should bo a veritable smasher. Prominent among the lot are Ard Patrick, last year's Derby winner, and Port Blair and Rose Blair of the samo stable; Sceptre, the great Ally, and a stable companion, Labengro, aro also named, and other cracks are St. Macion, Water Shed, Glass Jug, Floriform, Friar Tuck and Cupbearer. Foxhall Keeno has nominated Conroy II., and J. R. Keeno, KearEarge, and Richard Croker will be represented by a throe-year-old named St. Patrick's Day. Mr. Whitney has also subscribed to the Gatwick spring meeting with Baliantrae and Ayrshire Bounty in the Alexandria Handicap of 1,0C0 sovereigns to be run Friday, May 15. Slipthrift is also clown for the Coronation Cup of 1,C09 sovereigns, at tho Epsom spring meeting, May 18. There are thirty-three subscribers, among them being tho top-notchers Sceptre, Ard Patrick, Caravel, Rising Glass, St. Macion and King Edward's three-yoar- old Persistence. John Huggins has begun hard work on H. B. Duryea's American-bred Acofull, which was sent to England to run for this year's Derby, together with the other horses in his stable. For some time past English turf writers have kept a close eye on tho neighborhood of Huggins' training ground in order to get a good square look at the American, and on account of the mild waath6r recently had a capital opportunity. Without a single exception so far, tho opinion regarding tho Yankee has been unfavorable. Mr. Whitney's horse Nasturtium, they say, who crossed for tho event last year, was a powerful galloper with fine action, but the impression created by Acef all seems to be totally the opposito. The turf expert of Sporting Life, who saw tho American colt in one of his speedy canters, has tho following criticism: "No greater contrast could be imagined than that between Nasturtium, sent over to win our Derby last year, than Acefull, sont over this. The former was a very grand horso in every respect, big and powerful and ono of tho finest gallopers I ever remember to have seen. This year wa have a little, muscular, closely coupled horse, with action as quick and scrappy as the five-furlong sprinter, Grig, and wo shall require to see it lengthen oat considerably beforo we shall cry peccavi to such a horso as that, oven though tho Americans are con-i tent that ho was about tho best over thore." Ace-j full's first appearance on tho English turf will probably occur in tho City and Suburban, to be run on April 22. It is a handicap of 2,000 sovereigns, about ono milo and a quarter.