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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, November 29, 1903 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 drf1903112901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, November 29, 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. NO. 286. CHICAGO, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1903. PRICE 5 CENTS Will Ask for Dates WILL ASK FOR DATES. St. Louis, Mo,. November 28. A new racetrack, handsomer and better appointed than any St. Louis has had, is being rapidly built at the junction of Union boulevard and Natural Bridge road, and a week hence a committee will go to Chicago to seek racing dates for the season of 1904 from the Western Jockey Club. The Union Jockey Club is the name of the new organization, which is composed of 120 business men of St. Louis that have taken more or less stock in the club and selected as president Joseph A. Duffy, a capitalist and real estate dealer representing some millions of capital. Mr. Duffy probably will head the committee that will seek dates from the Western Jockey Club. The Union Jockey Club is capitalized for $250,000, and it is proposed to expend that sum in making the new racing park the handsomest west of Saratoga, The site is a beautiful park of 102 acres of rolling woodland and includes a small lake, around which the mile track has been built. The timber is mostly grand oak trees, of which many in the infield had to be felled, as they obstructed the view of the back-stretch from the paddock and the grandstand. Building the mile track was alone quite an expensive piece of work, on account of cuts and grades having to be made because of the rolling nature of the ground. It was built by Michael Hannick, who undertook the contract for $26,000. The track was completed two weeks ago. A $75,000 grandstand is nearing completion, the time for the contract expiring December 15. Contractor M. B. Roundtree, who put up some of the largest buildings at the St. Louis World's Fair, says he may be a few days late in finishing the stand, as there has been some delay in lumber arriving. The structural iron work was completed three weeks ago, and the great expanse of granitoid flooring has been done some time. When finished it will be one of the finest stands in the middle west. Its length is' 370 feet, width 140 feet, and the height to the top of the towers that will surmount the roof will be 85 feet. The betting ring is 265 feet by 90 feet. It stands on rising ground, so there will be a fine sloping lawn from the stand to the track. The paddock lawn is large and sloping. Captain P. J. Carmody, who is general manager of the new park, says the paddock and offices will cost S10.000 extra, and $40,000 is to be spent on building stabling for the first meeting. A tract of 35 acres on a high and healthy plateau back of the paddock and along the first furlong of the homestretch has been set apart for stables, so there will be plenty of room to build more later on if necessary. In fact there is room to put up stables for 3,500 horses, for this new park is a large place. It is wonderfully well situated in the matter of transportation facilities, as it is reached by six street car lines and the Terminal Belt Railway runs right along one side of it. It is a mile and a half nearer the heart of the city than Delmar is, and all of ten miles nearer than the Kinloch Park track. The location and the natural beauties of the place make it an ideal site for a race course, and its promoters predict a great future for the new track. There is one obstacle to be surmounted that may prove more difficult than they realize, and that is the securing of satisfactory dates for next year. They desire thirty days in the spring and thirty days later in the sea- con, and as the Missouri law allows ISO days of racing at St. Louis they feel their request to the Western Jockey Club will not be unreasonable. President Duffy voices the sentiment of his fellow members by declaring: "This is a St. Louis enterprise, backed by St. Louis money, and if anyone thinks we are not entitled to a share of the racing dates that person will do well to remember that we are from Missouri. On what just grounds can the Western Jockey Club refuse us dates? Can that organization conscientiously award dates to tracks like Kinloch and Del-mar and refuse us?" That the Union Jockey Club means business is evident. People do not build a mile track at the cost of $26,000 and a grandstand for $75,000 just for amusement, and the leaders in this new enterprise declare they will race next year. State Senator J. P. Collins, who has put $5,000 into Union Jockey Club stock, sizes up the situation thus: "There are a lot of us, and every man has a pull somewhere that will count. We may not look like much to the stewards of the Western Jockey Club in Chicago, but we count for a whole lot in St. Louis." There seems to be an evident determination to break the hold of the syndicate that for three years has enjoyed a monopoly of St. Louis racing, and it may be well for the Western Jockey Club to consider carefully the claims of the Union Jockey Club before flouting this young and vigorous organization. A lease for eight years at $8,000 a year, with an option to purchase until July 1, 1905, has been secured on the park, which is part of the old Clark estate, lying well within the city limits and only a mile and a half beyond the Fair Grounds' race track, which, it is rumored, must soon be cut into streets and blocks. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. John Oliver Keene, of Lexington, Ky., who has been training thoroughbreds for the last two seasons, and who is visiting his home, has just received a letter from D. Uawasisky, of the Imperial Stud, in Russia, stating that it is the inclination of the Government to secure a stallion of different blood to take the place of Galtee-More, the famous horse which for the last four years has been at the head of the Imperial Stud. The writer says that the question of selling the great sire of Irish Lad, Pan-Adam, Bxtace, Ligia, etc., has been submitted to the acting committee, and the decision of this committee will have to be submitted to his imperial highness, the Grand Duke, but that it is certain the report will be favorably acted upon. The price quoted is 20,000 pounds. Galtee-More has out twenty-two winners, of which eleven are three-year-olds and eleven are two-year-olds. The total winnings of these youngsters on the Russian turf up to October 4 was 152,947 roubles, or about $7G,000. Trainer John W. Rogers last Tuesday shipped the racing establishment of W. C. Whitney to Aiken, S. C, where the horses will go into winter quarters. Everything was taken with the exception of Gunfire, Leonora Loring and another mare and a yearling that was ailing and will be left at Sheepshead Bay until in a better condition to stand the trip. There wili be some regret among lovers of racing in the announcement that the racing days of both Gunfire and Leonora Loring are over, and that they will become matrons. When Rogers shipped the others these were left temporarily in charge of A. J. Joyner, and it is expected that they will leave before the end of the week for Kentucky. McChesney has four companions now in his winter quarters at Gravesend. Last. Tuesday morning four of the Smathers' performers from the west arrived. They are Dick Bernard, Witchcraft, Grand Opera and Stevedore. They were shipped from Memphis, where it was first intended to winter" them, and all appeared to have stood the long journey remarkably well. Oakland Racing OAKLAND RACING. "The racing at Emeryville thus far has been fully up to expectations, the fields as a rule being large and a fair proportion of the contests close and exciting," says the San Francisco Bulletin of November 23. "The percentage of favorites that have won has been rather light, betokening sunshine for the odds-makers and gloom for the public at large. In the forty-two races decided up to date at the meeting favorites (one, Greenock, an equal choice) won fifteen, non-favorites twenty-seven, the percentage of winning favorites being .357, where .400 is the usual per cent. Odds-on favorites fared badly in the seven days, Meehanus being beaten on the first day, Matt Hogan and Albemarle on Monday, Keriilworth and Jack Demund on Tuesday, Tower of Candles Wednesday, Hor-ton and Rollick Thursday, Don Domo Saturdaya total of nine against three successful ones at odds on, viz., Ben Mac Dhui (twice) and Matt Hogan. This would make the public chary in chancing coin on horses at a price below the even-money mark, and I rather think this is the seven-day record for defeats of horses that figured as 'morals.' Several riders new to Californ-ians -have done good work, the chief of the strangers being D. Hall, a Texas lad, who came out to ride for Barney Schreiber. He piloted . eight winners out of twenty-five mounts, or a winning percentage of .320, and was, besides, second three times. Ferrell, another Texan, under contract to J. F. Newman, had twenty-seven mounts, with six wins, four seconds and one third, his percentage of wins being .222. Adklns comes third in number of wins, five, and as he had but seventeen mounts, his winning percentage is second best, viz., .295. Of the 'comers' Hildebrand is well to the fore, with four wins in eighteen mounts, his percentage being the same as Ferreil's, .222. Reed, Chandler and Jack Martin each piloted three winners, J. Lewis two (both 15 to 1 or better), Lee Jackson and Ivy Powell two each, Knapp, J. Daly, L. Spencer and Otis one each. Chandler is a wonderfully improved boy in the riding line and is certainly getting to the front at a great rate. J. Lewis can be counted upon to prove a 'star' in the riding firmament at no far distant day, while L. Spencer bids fair to become a finisher much like his brother, the 'Ice Man.' Of the light boys now here, besides those mentioned, it would be well to bear in mind that Knapp, Con-nell, Larsen, Kunz and Jones are sure enough good 'prospects,' and I predict that all will make big names for themselves within the next two years. Colonel Letcher's handicaps have all been great betting affairs, and most of them have been keenly contested, all of which is to the credit of the genial gentleman from Kentucky, who is certain to make a host of friends hereabouts and keep them." Great Stakes to Close GREAT STAKES TO CLOSE. Two great stakes that should receive the especial attention of breeders are advertised in this edition of Daily Racing Form by the Westchester Racing Association. They are the National Stallion Stakes of 1905 and the Matron Stakes of 1906. The former closes for foals of 1903 and the latter for mares by midnight of Tuesday, December 15, 1903. These are leading and valuable stakes, and any youngster entered has its value thereby materially enhanced at once. The conditions of both are fully displayed elsewhere, and are commended to the favorable consideration of all breeders and owners. -- NOTES OF THE TURF. Horsemen will crowd Lexington, Ky., next week, attracted by Fasig-Tipton Co.'s annual combination sale of thoroughbreds. Three hundred and sixty-nine head of stallions, mares, yearlings and horses in training are scheduled to be sold. Many Chicagoans will attend the sale. President Williams says that when Ingle-side opens the California Jockey Club will give two $1,000 handicaps every week, one to be run on Wednesday and the other on Saturday. There will also be other handicaps for $600 purses. William C. Whitney has bought John E. Madden's interest in Sandringham, full brother to Diamond Jubilee. Sandringham will, therefore, be withdrawn from the Fasig-Tipton sale, advertised to take place at Lexington, Ky., next Tuesday, December l- A New Handicap A NEW HANDICAP. "In these days when there is a one-sided effort to make handicaps rather a bone of contention, notwithstanding their great popularity with the great gate paying public, it is interesting to note the Coney Island Jockey Club again setting the pace by inaugurating a brand new handicap to be run during the final week cf the spring meeting of this association next season," says Sports of the Times. "As several newspapers have stated that this is to be a 'renewal' of the Suburban Handicap, it is well to set the matter straight at once. "It is nothing of the' kind, and has practically nothing to do with that great and popular classic. "Deeming it correct to improve and strengthen the program as much as possible, Mr. J. H. Bradford conceived the idea of offering another $10,000 added handicap to be run the final week of the spring meeting. It will close about the same time in January as the other handicaps, but with this distinction: the weights will not be allotted tmtil after the running of the 1904 Suburban. Thus it may be said to be a handicap of handicap's results. It is in no way confined to Suburban eligibles or otherwise, but the entries will be made totally distinct, and in all except the matter of the adjusting of the weights it will be a totally distinct and differing event. That it will prove popular with the mass of owners goes without saying. It should logically fill as well as any of the important handicaps, possibly better, and congratulations are due the Coney Island Jockey Club for the most recent example of its public spiritedness by thus offering another valuable event to the owners, on lines which have assuredly proved most popular to the masses of visitors, i. e., that of the high class handicap, as at present handled and conducted." Page  FORM BOOKS READY. The mouthly form book for November will be ready for delivery on and after Monday, Nov. 30. It contains charts of all racing from Nov. 2 to Nov. 28 inclusive, and is a necessity to all who keep close track of the performances of the thoroughbred. - CALIFORNIA TELEGRAPHIC MELECTIONS Specials and Correct Handicap Figures wired daily from our Experts at Oakland TERMS: $1.00 PER DAY or $5 00 WEEKLY 6IVEN STRAIGHT TO WIN SATURDAY: MIKE MURPHY. .30 to 1 A Certainty CASCINE 3 to 1 Special PICKAWAY 4 to I Both ways, heavy FOREST KINO Ihree ways, Lost YKLLOW TAIL... 6 to 1 Plunge DAINTY 3 to 2 Plunge 8 TO 30 TO I SPECIAL MONDAY. As usual, sheets will bo on sale at news stands corner Clark and Madison sts Oar offices at room 308, 80 Dearborn St., Chicago will be completed by Wednesday. $500 REWARD is offered to aiiy one who has done business with ns during the past twelve years, and can prove that they ever received a different horse from ns the same day other than the original one which we send each and every patron. The above reward is also offered to any one who has played our advice dnring this entire season according to our instruction and can prove that they are not a large winner. A SURE WINNER are those who pay to be in the know. For twelve years we have given consistent winners all the while. We first earn what we demand. Particulars and 20th Century Tnrf System mailed free; plain envelope. Your credit is good NUF SED. C LOCKERS' COMBINE INFO. Vic Brltton, Mgr. Metropolitan Hotel, Washington, D. C. NOTE. Only those that have remitted for past information will remain on onr private list and receive those good ones that we are in the know and remaining at BenniDgs strictly for the coming week, ending December 5th. We will then proceed to New Orleans where we have another one like LATSON, which won at 50 to 1, and was sent by us to over 500 of onr patrons wheu he won and will be verified by the talegraph companies throughout the country and also by the bookmakers that danced to the music of our many patrons who cashed on Latson. Our patrons can play Royal Special No. 1 at New Orleans first time entered as follows: All, Age, Cap, Bell. Cade, Bear. Age. Bell, Dare, Lamp, Wet. Our New Orleans address will be specified in onr adv. in these columns Sunday, December 6ch. "Vic Britton. 3 ggSfSf? Guara nteed at EITHER track during the week or I will give another week FREE, 3 SPECIALLY nj, O SELECTED IVClCC& mailed daily the evening BEFORE to reach patrons in Cincinnati, Chicago and many other cities RKGULAR PRICE $1.00 DAILY. California and (J I BACH track New Orleans 01 WEEKLY AS A TEST only to new patrons. My customers are mostly MONTHLY subscribers, earn from $5 to $20 daily handling your own money with VERY small capital. They play my Grand 2-Horse "Long" Odds Betting System. My California Scientific Selections now ready. My New Orleans Scientific Selections ready Nov, 30. Mail & I FOBONETrPT PCIENTIPIO Die J) WEEK'S I LO I O ELECTIONS I 10UIU 5534 CORNELL AVE. CW . If. LArnAm Chicago. Wired to long distance customers. ED. AUSTIN Member Western Bookmakers' Association. Tnrf Correspondent and Commissioner. M'CLOSKEY BUILDING NEW ORLEANS, LA; Win at New Orleans! 2 SPECIALS DAILY 9 WIRED AT 12 O'CLOCK. Jm Daily Wire and Letter Service. A telegram each morning, advising the Two Best Tilings of the daily program ; a regular weekly letter with information, advice and suggestion to subscribers; also privilege of inquiries and advice at will by wire or letter. TERMS: . . $10 'WEEKLY. For tho benefit of those who cannot operate for themselves, 1 will accept accounts of $25 and upward, for which a commission of 1 0 per cent will be charged on net winnings No charge for information wheu operating accounts. . "4f Trust You" I hold a strictly confidential position to certain horsemen who are "in the inner circle." My duties require me to remain in Chicago all winter. I receive private advices from New Orleans and California which seldom exceed three a week all told. The horses wired me, are to be-played around the country by those on the inside. To reliable parties I will furnish these advices in cypher ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT CHARGE until after the horse I wire has won. Then I expect as my compensation a small percentage of the winnings. On account of the position I hold I cannot afford to use my own name in an advertisement. If you will drop me a line I will explain more fully. M S. HOWARD 180 Monroe St.. CHICAGO THE WIZARD. PRICE 50 CENTS DAILY. Special two-horse telegrams $3.00 weekly. Gregor K 8-5 Won Cascine 2-1 Wen ware my two specials. Saturday. Clients also received the following on card : Mayor Johnson. 7-5 Won J. P. Majberrj..2-1 Won Gregor K ;.8-5 Won By WajB..;. i.,.8 5 Won Homestead 2-1 Won Siddons 1-1 Won Caecine ;2-l Won Albula .....5-2 2nd For sale at the Wizard office, ii3 N. Clark Stat news stands Madison and Clark and Clark and Randolph Sts. TRY ME! MRS. L. MOORE I will send yon by wire two or three specials daily, upon receiving your address. Write me at once. BOX 657, - - NEW OBLVAVS, LA. Ketubiienedisoo REYNOLDS St co. sasvsaassr Before the public Phone 5154 Central. Delivered anywhere. Tryday. Back "Sheets" on File for Inspection. JLj Mayor Johnson l-l won; J. P. Mayberry 5-2 won; Gregor K. 3-2 won; Hlldreth's Entry 3-2 won; Homestead 5-2 won; Siddons 6-5 won. MgmA OAKIaKD! WMmA LACY CRAWFORD 8-1 WON Oar clients received the above Saturday. We picked the six straight winners wSmIMS-A. at New Orleans. A $10 fiat bet placed on each of oar specials dnring the past week won over $300. lfj Monday's Guaranteed Special will be a 6 to 12 to 1 shot and win galloping. We Never Mia- Bemember, we just give the bast bets not every race. represent. Terms: $1.00 Daily.: 15.06 Weekly, specials included, or $2.00 for tw actual winning specials. Wired at id am. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. "The presence of Johnny Reiff in the local racing game brought about many inquiries as te whether the crack jockey would be permitted to accept mounts on the local tracks," says the San Francisco Bulletin of November 21. "Thomas H. Williams, president of the local organization, was interviewed on the proposition last evening and said that under no consideration would any jockey, trainer or horse owner who is in ill re-piite on any race track be allowed to participate In the game on tracks governed or Under - the California Jockey Club's jurisdiction. .Msray labored Under the impression that be cause the Western Jockey Club's tracks permitted Reiff and several others to participate actively, that an exception would be made, and John Reiff would be allowed to ride. Mr. Williams' firm stand settles that question for the time being at least. Reiff will remain here for several weeks, when he will go to Los Angeles and ride at the meeting at Ascot Park. The race-going public will be sorry to hear of Mr. Williams' stand, as all would like to see Johnny once again riding at the local tracks. Reiff hasn't been seen in the saddle here for several years, and at the time he last rode here was comparatively a novice, and now he has developed into one of the best riders in the world." An interesting feature at all the recent thoroughbred sales in Lexington was the work of the Horse Breeders' Protective Association in the purchase and retirement of mares from breeding. Prior to the opening of the sales their annual meeting was held, and it now transpires that in addition to the work already reported a number of mares consigned to these sales were marked for retirement, and they have been constant attendants at the ring side until the sales closed. Having previously disposed of 486 broodmares in this fashion they added an even fifty to the list last week, making a t total of 536 that have been retired from the different studs of the country since the organization of the association five years ago. The association will make a full report to the Jockey Club of the mares that have been retired, so that under the rules it will be an impossibility for the produce of these mares to be accepted for registration and hereby absolutely valueless as racehorses should any subsequent purchaser attempt to put them back in breeding. Oakland Form OAKLAND FORM. The form of Monday's Oakland fields is: First Race Buccleuth. Socialist, Yellowstone. Second Race Ananias, Eugenie B., Flo Manola. Third Race Blissful, Aunt Polly, Dotterel. Fourth Race El Oriente, Cambaceres, Mcehanus. Fifth Race Arabo. Honiton, Geheimniss. Sixth Race Beau Ormonde, Proper, Our Bessie. Oakland Form OAKLAND FORM. San Francisco, Cal., November 2S. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Monday's races are: First Race Buccleuth, Egg Nogg, Silver Fizz. Second Race F. E. Shaw, Eugenie B., Silent Water. Third Race Aunt Polly, Redwald, Dotterel. Fourtli Race Mcehanus, Cambaceres, Frank Woods. Fifth Race Arabo, Honiton, Geheimniss. Sixth Race Proper, Beau Ormonde, Lacy Crawford. H. Forsland. Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track good. fRuns well in mud. First Race 6 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. Age.Wt. Hdcp. 42971 Socialist 8.. 105 ..720 429533Buccleuth .. 4.. 105 ..725 42937 Velma Clark 5.. 104 ..705 42971 Yellowstone i.. 4.. 103 ..715 42953 Silver Fizz - 6.. 100 ..710 42973 Shellmount 4.. 100 ..700 42937 Thisbe 6.. 98 ..705 42S923Sherry 3.. 98 ..710 42953 Egg Nogg 3.. 97 ..700 42873 Leash 3.. 95 ..705 42805 Blessed Damozel 4"-- 4.. 95 ..715 42801 Adirondack 3.. 90 ..710 Second Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. 42936F. E. Shaw 107 ..710 41637 Flo Manola J..104 ..715 429572Eugenie B fr..l04 ..720 42820 Miss Ringlets 101 ..705 42936 Harbor K.100 ..700 42025 Toltec 99 ..705 429573Ananias 99 ..725 38509 Dr. Birdsall ". 97 ..700 374462PunctilIo 97 ..715 3S250 The Hawaiian 96 ..705 40645 Silent Water 96 ..710 42480 Wm. Parrish 89 ..700 Third Race 6 1-2 Furlongs. 3- year-olds and upward. Selling. (42912)Loyal S 4,.. 5.. 109 ..715 38661 Ohio Girl 4.. 109 ..700 42935 Blissful 3.. 105 ..725 429393Bay Wonder 4 - 3.. 103 ..710 42855 Marelio 4.. 103 ..705 (42953)Quartre 3.. 102 ..715 42892 Step Around 3.. 102 ..710 429552Aunt Polly 8.. 100 ..720 429532Redwald 4... 6.. 100 ..705 429373Albemarle 3.. 99 ..700 429102Toto Gratiot 3.. 98 ..705 42914 Dotterel 3.. 97 ..715 Fourth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 4- year-olds and upward. Selling. 42S94 Meehanus .. 7.. 106 ..715 428942Greenock 4... 6.. 103 ..700 42955 Outburst 4... 6.. 103 ..705 3S5713Expedient 4... 6.. 97 ..700 42892 I. O. U 4.. 97 ..710 38362 El Oriente 4.. 5.. 97 ..725 42878 Cambaceres 5.. 97 ..720 42839 Frank Woods 6.. 97 ..710 42894 Galanthus 4... 5.. 95 ..705 429152Billy Moore 6.. 92 ..715 42S55 Matin Bell 4.. 4.. 92 ..705 42S94 Chub 6.. 92 ..710 Fifth Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 42975 Arabo 4".. 112 ..750 3S1052Honiton 4..109 ..740 42956 Reeves 4..109 ..720 42935 Gorgalete 99 ..730 42953 Theodora L 99 ..720 42956 Geheimniss 4. . 99 ..735 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 428062Beau Ormonde 5.. 113 ..750' 42840 Ink 4,.. 3.. 108 ..720- 42938 Proper ... 4,.. 3.. 108 ..740 42580 Our Bessie 4... 3.. 105 ..735 429763Veterano 3.. 101 725 (42805)Dupont 4... 3.. 98 ..735 J (42974)Lacy Crawford 4". . 3.. 98 ..730 DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAT. DAILY RACING FORM PDB. CO. fubtjTBHees or WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN. A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph. ntered in the Post Office at Chicago as second class matter. Editor and Proprietor, F. H. Brunell. Associate Editor, Clinton C. Riley. Secretary, Mrs. F. H. Brunell. 124 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. COPYRIGHTED. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1903. by Frank H. Brunell, in the offlce of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, U. S. A. , . TThe chart and index numbers and track form of Dally Racing Form must not be used. They are copyrighted daily and "Will be keenly protected. Subscriptions Must be Paid In Advance. TERMS. Per Month - '1-25 Half Year One Year 1?00 The above rates are for single copies as sealed letters first class mall. Dally Racing Form Publishing Co. prefers to send single copies as first-class mall in SlII C3.S6S Local subscriptions outside the down town district will be declined at other than first-class mall matter rates. SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS. To be considered and answered all queries to Dally Racing Form must be sent over the full name and with address of the writer. These names and addresses are subject to a local and foreign directors' test. St. Louis, Mo., Offlce 19 N. Broadway, Basement. M. Murphy, Agent. On sale at 8:30 a. m. Dally Racing Form can be delivered to any address in St. Louis. Back numbers can be promptly supplied. Orders for advertisements can be left at the St. Louis offlce for telegraphic transmission. Detroit Office, 139 Grlswold Street. Frank E. McDonald, Agent. On sale at 9:00 a. m. Cincinnati, O., W. S. Manns, General Agent. At San Francisco, Cal.: Foster & Orear, Market Street Ferry News Stand. At Nashville, Tenn.: Duncan Hotel. Zibart Bros., 218 N. Cherry Street. At Louisville, Ky.: Chas. T. Dearing, 356 Fourth Avenue. At Butte Mont.: Keefe Bros., Post Offlce News Stand. At Minneapolis, Minn.: M. J. Kavanagh, 50 S. Third Street. At Denver, Col.: Hamilton & Kendrick, 906-912 17th Street. Chicago, Illinois, November 29, 1903. Page  The Elite Handicapper SUITE 8Y2, 183 SO. CLARK ST., CHICAGO, ILL. THE ONLY WAY TO WIN AND REMAIN WINNER Is to mak only threa or four plays per week on horses that are fit, ready and out for the money. My intimate knowledge of horses, horsemen and jockeys onables ms to furnish my clients with REAL INSIDE INFORMATION which seldom fails to get the money. Bend me yonr name and address and I will wire you my 8pecials on the condition that if the horse wins yon will promptly remit me two dollars as my fee for the information. If the horse should happen to lose, I get nothiug. Wired before 12 noon, WE WIRE NO 4 TO 5 SHOTS. GREAT ANNUAL n Kentucky Combination Sale OF THOROUGHBREDS. E AT WILSON'S HORSE- TOESDAY, DECEMBER I, MEN'S HEADQUARTERS, io A LEXINGTON, KY. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. BEGINNING EACH MORNING AT ABOUT 11:15. Y HEAD369HEAD OF Stallions. Mares. Yearlings. RACEHORSES IN TRAINING. A The Star Event of the Turf World. Best Aggregation Offered In Tears. Under Management of Sq. Garden. FASIGTIPTON CO New York. I LYMAN T. HAY H. R. MORRISON PRESIDENT. SECRETARY. HOT SPRINGS JOCKEY CLUB INAUGURAL WINTER MEETING January 1 to March 25, 1904. (SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB.) No Purse Less than $400. Betting Ring Open to all Reputable Bookmakers. i The plant is in process of erection, is situated at beautiful Hot Springs, Arkansas. Rock Island trains to Grand Stand in eight minutes from the city. Every detail is being carefully looked into and the plant will be complete in every way. Climate unexcelled for winter racing. JOSEPH A. MURPHY MARS CASSIDY PRESIDING JUDGE. STARTER. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. The form of Monday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Tribune,, Ethel Scruggs, Rachael Ward. Second Race Ethics, Aladdin, Huzzah. Third Race Gregor K., Ben Chance, Port Royal. Fourth Race Frank Bell, Maltster, Monastic II. Fifth Race Alpaca, Ivernia, Pronta. Sixth Race New York, Mollie T.t Scorpio. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Orleans, La., November 2S. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Monday's races are: First Race Class, Misanthrope, Ethel Scruggs. Second Race Ethics, Potheen, Huzzah. Third Race Gregor K., Ben Chance, Tioga. Fourth Race Cyprienne, Schorr entry, Maltster. Fifth Race Alpaca, John II., Pronta. Sixth Race New York, Scorpio, Past. T. K. Lynch. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. Apprentice allowance. rRuns well in mud. First Race 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Fillies. Allowances. Ind. Horses. Age.Wt. Hdcp. 42930 Sextette 106 ..675 41404 Step Aside 106 ..660 Class, ch. f, by Kingston Blue Grass Belle 106 40083 Symphony 106 ..650 42341 Tribune 103 ..700 42835 Rachael Ward 103 ..685 42966 Misanthrope 103 42966 Ethel Scruggs 103 ..695 42726 Trossachs i..103 ..675 Second Race 1 1-16 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 42579 Huzzah 4.. 107 ..745 42593'Captain Gaines 6.. 107 ..705 42568 Aladdin 4.. 107 ..745 42933 Fairbury 5.. 104 ..700 42949 Bluemint HH-t 4.. 104 ..680 429522Potheen 4.. 102 ..695 42952 Omdurman 5.. 102 ..710 42950sEthics 5.. 102 ..750 42950 Ernest Parham 4.. 102 ..710 42968 The Regent 4-.. 5.. 99 ..740 42929 Mynheer C 99 --725 42653 Potente 8.. 99 ..725 Third Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 429523Captaln Gaston 5..105 ..690 (42967)Gregor K 3.. 103 ..750 429333Ben Chance 4.. 6.. 100 ..730 42969 Bellario 5.. 100 ..720 41054 Port Royal f.. 4.. 97 ..720 42533 Begone 4.. 3.. 95 ..675 42947 Tioga 3.. 95 ..675 I Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. I All Ages. Handicap. 42932 Frank Bell 7.. 114 ..750 42932 Maltster 4.. 5.. 109 ..745 (42950)Cyprienne 2.. 99 ..715 42421tMonastic II 2.. 96 ..735 41256Montebank 2.. 90 ..700 42930 Lady Free Knight 2.. 88 ..725 fJ. W. Schorr entry. Fifth Race 6 1-2 Furlongs. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 4294S Balm of Gilead 4.. 108 ..705 4296SIvernia 4.. 106 ..715 26104Dagger 4.. 106 ..600 42933 Louisville 4.. 6.. 105 ..710 42553 Pronta 4.. 105 ..715 41917 Tony Lepping 5. .105 ..690 4294S Alpaca 0..105 ..725 42593 John IT ' 6.. 103 ..710 424S5 Dutch Carter 6.. 103 ..690 41166Miss West 4.. 102 ..675 4240STrio 4.. 9S ..700 42492Zirl .. 4.. 98 ..700 Sixth Race 3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 42532 Scorpio 6.. 107 ..715 42541Bengal 5.. 107 ..660 42932 New York 4.. 105 ..750 42257 Tommy Foster 4.. 105 ..705 42471 Mollie T. .". 4. .102 ..720 42950Annie Max 4-.. 4.. 102 ..695 .429692Past 4.. 102 ..660 Washington Form WASHINGTON FORM. The form of Monday's Bennings fields is: First Race Goldsby, Draughtsman, Gould. Second Race Loricate, Prince Salm Salm, Mohican. Third Race Coppelia, Lady Lavish, Ancestor. Fourth Race Courtmaid, The Guardsman, Nine Spot. Fifth Race Demurrer, Paul Clifford, Se-tauket. Sixth Race River Pirate, Mabel Richardson, April Shower. Washington Form WASHINGTON FORM. Washington, D. C, November 2S. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Monday's races are: First Race Gould, Draughtsman, Goldsby. Second Race Prince Salm Salm, Loricate, Mohican. Third Race Coppelia, Niskayuna, Lady Lavish. Fourth Race Courtmaid, The Guardsman, Monograph. Fifth Race Paul Clifford, King Pepper, Demurrer. Sixth Race Alforten, Buttons, River Pirate. T. H. O'Connor. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Fred Taral Is back from Austria, where he has had a good season, heading- the winning jockeys with 101 mounts in 3G5, nearly equaling his old best record here, and has i many good words to say of Austrian sport. He says: "The jockeys have to be heavy and strong to keep their mounts together over the turf tracks. The horses are much larger and heavier than American horses. A lightweight boy has very little chance, and I doubt if the best lightweight in America could win in Austria. The starting is wonderful in its perfection. The horses walk up in perfect line, and if a boy goes out of line he is set down. If it is afterward found that it was the fault of the horse, then the trainer catches it. There is scarcely a chance of a horse being at fault, for the trainers spend more time schooling than in any other training. A man will take the most valuable horses in his stable and school them for hours, and the consequence is that they form a perfect line for every start. There is one thing I like in that country, there are only four days' racing each week. They race on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and on the other afternoons we can do what we like, so long as we stay in good company; but let a jockey once be seen in a questionable resort, and everything is off with him. They keep a strict eye on both the jockeys and trainers, and it is a good thing, too." Of course, he is "glad to get back!" it would be sudden death to him if that was not italicized! "William Gerst, the Nashville brewer-turfman, owner of Brancas, Fore and Aft and other fast horses, has decided to race a stable at the coming winter meeting at New Orleans, which will be the initial appearance of this turfman's colors at the Crescent City track; or, for that matter: the first time they have ever been in competition during the cold months. The string, numbering about fifteen head, will be shipped in charge of trainer George Ham. Among the collection are several very shifty two-year-olds and four yearlings. In the former lot are Tal-houet, Town Moor, Launay and Port Warden. Talhouet, winner of the Avondale Stakes at Nashville in the spring, is counted the best in the string. He will .be especially prepared for the Crescent City Derby, and Mr. Gerst hopes to finish his campaign at New Orleans with a Derby victory to his credit. The yearlings, which have already been broken and tried, are promising. Each has turned a quarter as good as 0:24. Washington Entries WASHINGTON ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. Runs well in mud. First Race 1 3-4 Miles. (Over 7 Hurdles.) 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. Age.Wt. Hdcp. , 42863::Draughtsman 7.. 163 ..690 i (42S27)Goldsby 4.. 162 ..700 42827 Gould 9.. 158 ..680 1 12003 Crowley 8.. 158 ..675 42902 Caxton 3.. 138 ..680 Second Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Colts. Allowances. 42789 Game Cock 112 ..700 42921 Clarence 112 ..705 42916 Rocklands 112 ..705 42830 Bar Tender 112 .'.700 429213Prince Salm Salm 112 ..720 42921 Mohican 112 ..715 42S80 Longspur ..112 ..715 42960 Srike-a-Light 112 ..700 .42S26 Arthur 112 ..710 Caqueta, br. c, by St. James Fille de l'air 112 142296 St. Jolly 112 ..710 42239 Vibrator 112 ..705 429603Loricate 112 ..725 Third Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. Fillies and Geldings. 3S037 Boy Blue 109 ..700 42898 Belleclaire 109 ..705 42916 Komombo 4". -109 ..700 4289S3Belle of Wakefield 109 ..715 429R0 Magic Flute 109 ..710 42916 Coppelia 109 ..725 42916::Niskayuna 109 ..715 42898 Mountain Breeze 109 ..705 42943 Eclectic 109 ..710 42826 Ancestor 109 ..715 42921Lady Lavish 109 ..720 Grayling, gr. g, by Longford Jennie R 109 Fourth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (42882)Meistersinger 4.. 112 ..705 42944Monograph 5.. 112 ..715 42917 Dark Planet 3.. 107 ..700 (42811)Trepan 3. .104 ..710 (42944)The Guardsman 3.. 104 ..720 429223Nine Spot 3.. 104 ..715 42941 Oclawaha 4.. 104 ..715 42944 Stonewall 3.. 102 ..710 , (42964)Courtmaid 3.. 99 ..725 Fifth Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. '42879 King Pepper .... 5.. 120 ..725 (42941)Demurrer 5.. 116 ..750 42702 Setauket i.. 4.. 113 ..735 42825 Henry Clay Rye 5.. 113 ..715 42229 Nellie Forest 5.. 110 ..730 42959 Paul Clifford w 5.. 110 ..740 42941 Valley Forge 4. .110 ..710 ' 429443Rightful 3.. 110 .."735 42084 Profitable 3.. 105 ..710 42959 Enue .. 3.. 105 ..730 ! 42941 Hist 3.. 100 ..705 Sixth Race 1 1-16 Miles. All Ages. Handicap. 429462River Pirate t.. 3.. 126 ..750 42737 Duke of Kendal .. 3..125 ..725 429633Buttons 3.. 122 ..735 42866 Stolen Moments 3.. 117 ..730 (42811)Trepan 3.. 116 ..720 42848 Colonsay rf... 3.. 112 ..725 429623Alforten 2.. 110 ..720 (42884)The Major 3.. 110 ..730 42946 April Shower 4".- 4.. 109 ..735 (428S0)Champlain 2..10S ..720 42946 Mabel Richardson 4.. 106 ..740 42943 Pompano 2.. 105 ..715 429443Rightful 3.. 102 ..730 42962 Marjoram .. 2.. 97 ..715 42944 Lord Advocate 4".. 3.. 93 ..720 Page  Washington Form Chart WASHINGTON FORM CHART. BENNINGS, D. C, November 28, 1903. Twelfth day. "Washington Jockey Club. Autumn Meeting. "Weather clear, track fast. Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, Mars Cassidy. Secretary, H. G. Crickmore. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. No recall flag used. "W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. 4:2959 FIRST RACE 7-8 Mile. $400 added. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A "Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 42S652FORTUNATUS wb 3 104 9 9 91 51 2- 11 J Walsh Patapsco Stable S 12 12 5 42917 BON MOT wb 4 10S 5 l2 1- 1 l2 25 Miles C A Aldrich 15 40 40 15 42SS02PAGET w 3 105 3 S" S" 7l 54 3h "Wond'ly T Goldrick 3 4 3 7-5 42SS23P. CLIFFORD wb 5 103 1 51 5 Gu 4b 42 II Mich'ls A Stokes 4 7 7 21 42752 ANDRATTUS wb 5 103 G 25 21 2l 34 54 Redfern E R Thomas 10 10 10 4 42917 CORNWALL. w 4 9S 1C C C Sl 7l Gl Treubel J H Slack 15 15 12 5 42917 UNTEROCK w 3 94 11 71 74 3" Gh 75 W'n'ght Mrs S F Jackson 20 GO GO 20 42SG1 ARRAH GO WAN w 4 101 12 14 14 10 10 Sl Fletcher R M Taylor 10 15 15 G 429173ENUE w 3 100 4 42 41 9 9 91 Wilk'son II T Griffin 12 15 12 5 429452MILADI LOVE wb 3 S9 14 10 10 12 12 10 Brunner E W Heffner 10 12 10 4 427S8 BRISK wlO 94 7 13 13 14 11 11 Robison J Sennett 40 40 40 15 42S842RED DAMSEL wb 4 105 2 3h 31 41 Sl 12 T Burns Columbia Stable 3 41 4 S-5 42917 GOREY wb 3 93 13 12 12 13 13 13 O'Brien J W Forsythe 50 100 100 30 3S25S3LUCKY DAY wb 3 91 S 11 11 11 14 14 H Cal'hanF Frisbie 40 40 40 12 Time, 125, 24, 4S2, 1:15?, 1:293. Winner Ch. g, by Golden Garter Misfortune (trained by F. Anderson). Went to post at 2:00. At post S minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second, easily. Fortunatus won as if best at the weights, closad a big gap, caught Bon Mot tiring at the end and was going away under a drive. Bon Mot got off running and forced a fast pace, but could not withstand the winner's challenge. Paget made up a lot of ground and outlasted Paul Clifford at the end. The latter was weakly handled in the final drive. Andrat-tus was used up in racing with the pacemaker. Unterock received a poor start, but showed much early speed. It was a poor start for Miladi Love. Red Damsel tired. Scratched 12SC5 H. L. Coleman, 102; 42917 Morokanta, 102; 42229 Nellie Forest. 99; 40621 Annie Grace. 94; 42SS0 Bassanio. 94. Corrected weights Unterock, 94. Overweights Paget, 1 pound; Andrattus, 3; Cornwall, 1; Enue, 2; Gorey. 1. Fortunatus, show, 2 " to 1. Bon Mot, show, 7 to 1. Paget, show, 7 to 10. Red Damsel, show, 9 to 10. lOOA SECOND RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs. $400 added. 2-year-olds. Maidens. izJj OUU Allowances. Ind Horses AWt St Vz StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 4289S ALGONQUIN W 107 G 61 2h 14 l3 T Burns S V Abel 2 21 2 44f 4291G3BRONX W 110 1 14 14 2" 21 Hoar II R Schaffer G S S 3 42921 LORICATE wb 110 8 71 31 4h 32 Treubel J Garson S 15 12 4 4289S HUAPALA W 103 3 41 G" 5 44 Fuller H T Griffin 8 S G 2 42S9S2B. OF B. MEADE w 107 7 51 51 3 51 Redfern E W Heffner 21 3 11-54-5 42S9S MAGIC FLUTE w 107 4 3U 41 04 Gh Feicht L P Sharkey 100 100 100 40 4291G REDMAN WB 107 2 2" 71 71 71 O'Brien W C Daly 20 20 15 G 42789 HARMAKIS w 110 10 Sl S'l SI 84 Boiesen A Featherstone 15 15 15 G 42S9S TONAWANDA W 107 5 11 11 9 92 H Mich'ls W H Snyder 50 50 50 20 42S98 MY ALICE wb 107 11 10 10 10 10 Blake I. Thompson 20 30 30 10 42SG2 STRIKE-A-LIGHT WB 110 9 9 9 11 11 Roman'li J E Seagram 20 40 40 12 4291G QUEEN BELLE w 107 12 12 12 12 12 DeSouza Chelsea Stable 50 50 40 15 Time. 12g, 24;, 50g, 1:04, 1:11. Winner B. f, by Albert Iroquoise (trained by J. McLaughlin, Jr.). Went to post at 2:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Algonquin got away well today, but was reserved to the stretch, then came fast and won easing up. Bronx showed the most early speed, but tired in the stretch run. Loricate ran in improved form and finished gamely. Huapala was closing up fast at the end. Belle of Belle Meade was repeatedly shut off. Redman was shut out on the first turn and thrown back. Harmakis ran poorly. Overweights Huapala, 2 pounds. Algonquin, show, 2 to 5. Bronx, show, 7 to 5. Loricate, show, 2 to 1. Belle of Belle Meade, show, 2 to 5. A OQ31 THIRD RACE About 3 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. tttOJL The Hunters' Champion Steeplechase. $1,000 added and $100 in Plate. Net value to winner $SG2. . . Ind Horses Wt St 5 10 15 ZO tftrKin Jockeys Owners UUCP (4211G)ALMANZOR W 5 155 2 l2 l5 l3 I2 l4 l3 Henry J Gerard S-5 4 3 7-5 S. KENTON W 4 141 G 32 31 52 2l 210 213 Mara J W Colt S-5 3 9-5 4-5 429202tMOR. CHIEF w 4 147 7 83 S10 72 55 32 32 Dayton D H Mordecai 4 5 4 8-5 38219 MONTRIP w 7 1G3 S 71 7h 31 44 4 42 Schill C Moore 15 30 30 10 47543GYPSIC w 5 1G3 9 9 9 9 Sl G10 5 B'nhardt C Pfizer 20 40 40 12 3S219 C. O'MALLEY w 7 103 1 52 55 G G5 5s G20 Heider J D Hall Jr S 15 12 5 42920 CHEVAL D'OR W 7 164 3 Gl G2 S10 7 7 7 Mr Hayes R G Fell 20 40 40 12 429183RED HAWK W S 1G3 4 22 23 23 3h Fell. Soffel T L Evans 10 10 10 4 24190 AILANTHUS w G 153 5 43 4 4l Fell. Mr TaylorR P Smith 20 20 20 7 tDisqualified for foul. Time, 6:202. Winner Br. g, by Zouave dam by "Viceroy (trained by T. Meaney). Went to post at 3:00. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Almanzor showed the most speed and fenced in good fashion, was under a pull most of the way, but was all out and doing his best at the end. Simon Kenton will improve over this effort, is a good jumper and was a sharp contender all the way, but the journey was probably a trifle far for him. He stumbled two jumps from home and lost some ground. Mor-rellton Chief bumped Montrip at the turn into the stretch and was disqualified. Gypsic closed a big gap after beginning slowly. Red Hawk had a fighting chance when he went down two jumps from home. Corrected weights Almanzor. 155, Simon Kenton, 140; Montrip, 103; Gypsic. 1G3; Charles O'Malley, 103; Cheval d'Or, 103; Red Hawk, 1G3; Ailanthus, 153; Morrellton Chief, 147. Overweights Simon Kenton, 1 pound; Cheval d'Or, 1. Almanzor, show, 7 to 10. Simon Kenton, show, 1 to 2. Montrip, show, 4 to 5. Morrellton Chief, show, 4 to 1. 42962 FOURTH PACE 3-4 Mile. $500 added. 2-year-olds. Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St SttFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 42840 GRAZIALLO WB 111 10 24 21 l1 l2 Wond'ly Columbia Stable G 15 15 5 (42578) TOKALON W 112 1 1" lh 24 22 Bullman J W Fuller 4 4 3J 8-5 42S64)ALFORTEN wb 11G 8 44 31 3l 3l H Mich'ls J A Bennett 2 3 S-5 7-10 42805 SILVER DREAM w 111 2 Gi G" 44 43 Fuller J Garson G 12 10 4 428043PETER PAUL w 113 3 5l 5l 5" 5l T Burns Mrs R Bradley 4 5 5 8-5 42SG4 HARANGUE ' W 120 4 10 S1 71 64 Boiesen A Featherstone 10 25 20 8 42864 MARJORAM wb 9S 9 71 72 9 72 H Cal'hanAlbemarle Stable 10 20 20 8 42844 TOI SAN w 102 7 9 9 Sl 8" Creamer W C Daly 15 25 25 S 42688 JULIA M. w 102 5 3h 4J Gh 9" Redfern A Miller 8 25 20 8 (42579) SAIS W 111 G 8" 10 10 10 Blake Madlin Stable 15 25 20 8 Time, 12g, 24?,. 502, 1:15. Winner B. c, by Rapallo Graziosa (trained by E. H. Hanna). "Went to post at 3:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Graziallo went up fast in the first furlong and showed plenty of speed, raced Tokalon into submission and drew away in the stretch when shook up. Tokalon showed speed and held on gamely at the end, although tiring fast, was probably short as she tired when she struck the stretcli turn. Alforten got off none too well, but he went up to the others quickly, but tired in the last furlong under a drive. Silver Dream was slowly gaining at the end under punishment. Peter Paul did not show the speed he displayed when last out. Harangue was crowded back at the start. Julia M. quit as usual. Scratched (42S83)Lord of the Valley, 119; (42S97)Robin Hood, 118; 42943 Pompano,. 107; 429213 Prince Salm Salm, 106; 429212Lady Lavish, 105; 4291G Ogontz, 102; 429432Miss Melton, 100; 42900 Belle of Belle Meade, 97. Corrected weights Graziallo, 111. Graziallo, show, 2A to 1. Tokalon, show, 4 to 5. Alforten, show, 1 to 3. FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards. $400 added. All Ages. Allowances. 42963 Ind Horses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 428C6-'UNMASKED wb G 109 1 l1 lh lb 2" 1" Fuller J McCue 7-5 8-5 G-5 2-5 (42713)SWEET ALICE wb 3 102 2 31 4 4 3 23 Roman'li J L McGinnis 5 0 6 7-5 (4290DBUTTONS wb 3 107 4 4 3" 3 li 34 Redfern E R Thomas 7-517-10S-5 3-5 42806 ILLYRIA wb 3 105 3 22 24 24 4 4 H Mich'ls W C Daly 10 20 20 4 Time, 12.?. 2G, 52g, 1:17J, 1:40, 1:50. Winner Br. g, by Domino Mere .Hill (trained by F. Weir). Went to post at 3:55. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving: second the same. "Unmasked showed the most speed and was carefully rated throughout, seemed beaten when a furlong from home but Fuller rode a strong finish and the horse came again in the last hundred yards. Sweet Alice saved ground all the way and worked her way to the front :in the final sixteenth, but tired near the finish. Buttons was weakly handled in the stretch run when he appeared the probable winner and was on the outside and. under the whip in the run through the stretch. Illyria was a sharp contender to the final furlong. Souire,"12737 DUke f Kenda1' 105; 42962 Sais' 10; (42846) Orthodox, 100; 42S443 Overweights Unmasked, 2 pounds. - Un""lslted show, out. Sweet Alice, show, 1 to 3. Buttons, show, out. 42964 relnfcS Ind Horses A Wt St " StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P (42903)COURTMAID w 3 100 2 11 12 3" 21 1 E Walsh J PI Carr (DTSTRVTn ffS8W SiiS I if .5 !! i S.515E5 i&U fr ii4-Liss i it s it ii iHmgiB hkki 427352L. POTENTATE w 5 108 7 S S 71 Gt G2 Olandt E R Thomas 7 8 42SGG WILD PIRATE W 5 10S S 5 3 24 72 73 O'Brien G Ogle o ?, S- X31ft 42801 JINGLER w 4 103 41 8 Hurley P Sphy m 5oO 1W 30 Winner Ch. f, by Prince Royal Sallie McAllester (trained by J H Carr) AVent to post at 4:15. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second easily. Courtmaid, in good form at present, showed speed and appeared beaten when a furlong from home, but she hung on well and outgamed Punctual in the last fifty yards Punctual ran a good race but tired when he got Ins head in front. Cottage Maid ran 'a fair race and finished resolutely. Flara finished fast after having been outrun early. Lady Potentate did not run her race by a big margin. Wild Pirate ran a good race for seven furlongs and eased the final b was in hundred vards. 103-S4)59hUn7etoc5k GWan' 100 ; 42950 Enuc' 107 : 7272Gravina, 105; (42922) Scortic, Overweights Flara, 2 pounds. Courtmaid show, 1 to 4. Punctual, show, 12 to 1. Cottage Maid, show, G to 5. Wild Pirate, show, 1 to 4. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, LA., November 28, 1903 Third day. Crescent Citv Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear, track fast. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Secretary, Sheridan Clark. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. No recall Hag used. W indicates whipTs spuriT'B blinkers 42965 fnces013-3"4 Mi'e' PU1Se ?4' 4-year-ldaduPdAlIow-Ind Horses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P fMAY 31 3 33 1" W R'bbinsL Marion G-5 7-5 1 2-5 42076 CLONMELL wb 4 112 1 21 2'1 11 2 Gannon A Simons 21 7 7 2 425093ZYRA wb 4 109 3 6' 5J 5l 3" Minder B Vincent 3" 1S-51S-54-5 12509 JIMALONG ws 0 109 4 1' 1 21 4 Calvit F F Lewis S 10 S 3 4233S SIDDARA avs 5 112 2 4l 4"k 4- 51 D Vititoe J B Horstman 15 15 15 5 42491 COMMENA w 4 109 7 7 Gx G G2 Hayes W L Hazelip 15 40 40 10 42590 LA ROUGE wb 5 109 5 5l 7 7 7 H Cochr'nT Flaherty 15 50 50 15 Time, 242, 50J. 1:16. Winner B. g, by G. W. Johnson Daybreak (trained by L. Marion). Went to post at 2:00. At post 4 minutes. Start poor. Won driving; second the same Mayor Johnson was off llatfooted and unprenared when the start came, but overtook his field in the -first quarter and ran in behind the leaders until nearing the turn into the homestretch, where he came through next to the inside rail, fought it out with Clonmell all of the last furlong and got up in the last few strides. Clonmell was off running and raced Jimalong into submission in the first half, but weakened when the final drive came. Zyra ran well and would have been closer up witli a better start. Jimalong showed early speed. Mayor Johnson, show, out. Clonmell, show, evens. Zyra, show, 2 to 5. 42966 SECOND RACE 5-8 Mile. Purse $500. 2-year-olds. Allowances. fnd Horses AWtSt& StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 42930:iJ. P. MAYBERRY WB 103 4 41 2l 23 1- Minder C R Ellison 2 21 2 7-10 42G54 AGNES BRENNAN w 100 1 l"k ll 11 26 Gannon A Simons 9-5 9-5 1 1-2 4270S I MUST w 99 5 21 31! 3;1 32 W R'bbinsC F Robbins 15 40 40 12 42GGG MORDELLA w 99 3 3" 42 42 42 W Fisher J W Schorr 4 8 7 8-5 42250-GUS HEIDORN W 105?- 6 52 5l o4 54 Pollak G W Poole 6 15 12 4 42S35 ETHEL SCRUGGS w 99 2 6l 0 G1 61 Davisson J Mannion 20 40 40 12 42930 PURE FAVOR w 99 S S S S 7 Calvit L Simpson 20 50 50 15 40G94 T. B. MONARCH wsb 99 7 7 7 7 S Lindsey R W Walden 30 50 40 15 MISANTHROPE W 100 9 9 9 3 9 Helg'sen S S Brown 15 40 40 12 Time, 243, 4S, 1:011. Winner Ch. c, by Albert Amabel (trained by J. P. Maybeiry). Went to post at 2:30. At post 5 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second easily. J. P. Mayberry ran one of his best races. Minder waited with him and never made a move until rounding the turn into the homestretch, caught Agnes Brennan tiring in the last sixteentji and outgamed her in the deciding drive. Agnes Brennan broke well in motion and showed the most early speed, but Gannon was overconfident and lost the race by not going to work sooner. I Must ran well, but tired in the stretch drive. Mordella ran fairly well only. The others were never dangerous. Overweights J. P. Mayberry, 1 pound; Agnes Brennan, 1; Gus Heidorn, 3i. J. P. Mayberry, show, out. Agnes Brennan, show, out. I Must, show, 3 to 1. THIRD RACE 1 Mile. Purse $500. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 4296 7 ndHorses A Wt St Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C V (42929)GREGOR K. w 101 2 1 l1 lh 2:! 1"" J Mclnt'reW Hedges & Co 0-5 S-5 S-5 2-5 t4245S)ANCKE wb 109 4 4i 2k 23 lb 22 Helg'sen S V Abel & Co 0 13 12 4 42932 WITFULL wb 114 7 1 5h 41 43 34- Gannon S C Hildreth 7-5 3-2 4-5 out 429332LEV DORSEY ws 101 3 2"k 34 3' 3l A Munro W L Hazelip 10 20 20 0 429292MAUSER wb 94 5 0" 7B G3 G5 5l W R'bbinsW Walker 12 30 25 7 42402 INVINCIBLE W 97 0 5l 4l 51 5l G Lindsev II T Oxnard 30 50 20 0 429312PONCA WS 94 1 34 G2 7 7 7 Wish'rd S W Streett&Co 15 30 30 S 42335 ARAXES W 9S 8 S S S S S R MurphyC M Barrow GO 100 100 40 Time, 24h, 49h. 1:15, 1:402. Winner B. g, by Phoenix Kola (trained by W. Hedges). Went to post at 3:05. At post C minutes. Start poor. Won driving; second easily. Gregor K. was off well in motion and this won him the race. He ran in close company with Ancke all the way and outgamed her in the final drive. Ancke was in close quarters next to the inside rail all of the iast sixteentli and might have won had she been clear. The first two tuined wide into the homestretch, but kept moving over toward the inner rail in the stretch run. AVitfull began slowly, but made up a lot of ground and finished fast. Lev Dorsey had no mishaps and tired in the last furlong. Invincible- was under restraint for the first half, but tired badly in the last quarter and was probably short. Overweights Araxes, 4 pounds. Gregor K.. show, out. Ancke, show, evens. A OOQ FOURTH RACE 1 Mile. All Ages. The Magnolia Selling Stakes. $lTO0O tfc sUXJXJCj added. Net value to winner $1,300. rndHorses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners OHCP 42933 BY WAYS wb 3 97 1 3 31 34 33 l1 L Wilson S C Hildreth t7-5 2 9-5 7-10 429322BIG BEN avs 3 107 G 22 14 1- l2 2" Pollak S W Streett&Co 4 41 41 3-2 " (42932) IR LINDSEY wb 5 100 3 1" 22 24- 2l 31 Gannon E E Smathers 7-5 O-o 2 429323DUELIST w 5 100 2 41 54 54 5l 4 W Fisher J W Schorr 6 6 4 8-5 (42933) C. THOMPSON wb 4 103 4 54 41 42 41 5" I Rutter E Trotter & Co 8 10 4 7-5 (42931)SARAH MAXIM, w 3 95 10 9 9 9 9 P H PhillipsJ Phillips & Co 15 30 30 10 32581 AIRLIGHT w 3 97 7 S S 7 7 7 W R'bbinsJHMcD'm'nt&Co 10 30 30 12 429343IVERNIA w 4 101 0 7 02 G1 0h S Sinclair S V Abel & Co 20 40 40 15 42L84THE REGENT WB 5 101 9 Gh 7 8 S 9 Spurling J Baker 20 40 40 15 429313H1CK. CORNERSw 3 85 S 10 10 10 10 10 Shaver C E Waters 20 50 50 15 Apprentice allowance. fCoupied in straight betting only. Time, 24g, 49, 1:142,. 1:402. Winner Br. f, by Kingston Belle of Maywood (trained by S. C. Hildreth). AVent to post at 3:42. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second driving. By Ways was well ridden, got caught in a jam on the first turn and Wilson had to take her to the outside to get up, came around the leaders at the turn into the homestretch and. finishing fast, got up in the last few strides. Big Ben was much used in setting the pace. Pollak rode a strong finish, but his horse was tiring under him. Irene Lindsey finished fast and would have been second in another stride. She ran her race and had no mishaps. Duelist was outfooted for the entire trip. Charley Thompson was interfered with at the first turn and would have been closer up but for tin's. Scratched 42933 Homestead, 109; 42933Ben Chance, 109; (42710)Ascension, 100. Corrected weights Big Ben, 107. By Ways, show, out. Big Ben, show, 7 to 10. Irene Lindsey, show, evens. Duelist, show, 4 to 5. Charley Thompson, show, 3 to 5. 42969 FIFTH RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse $500. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St U Vz StrFin Jockeys Ownei-s OHCP 42933HOMESTEAD w 4 109 7 G2 51 0"" 31 14 Liv'ston T D Sullivan 8-5 13-521 4-5 42934 PAST sb 4 102 5 3"k 71 72 0l 2l McCaf'ty A C McCafferty 4 51 3 6-5 (42529)ATTILA W 4 105 2 7l S S" 7l 31 Pollak H T Griffin 3 5" 5 8-5 42929BELLARIO wb 5 105 4 4" 3'' 4" 4 4i Spurting J Baker C 0 4 7-5 42929 BLTRGOYNE w C 100 1 lh 1" 2i li 53 Calvit J McClernand 40 100 100 30 424972D. L. MOORE ws 3 107 6 5l 4 31' 51 G Helg'sen AGMcC'mp'll&Co 3 6 61 2 42432NABOCKLISH wsb 6 103 S S 63 5l S 71 Wolff K D Orr 20 25 25 6 3SS4G .A NTT TRUST w 5 105 3 2s 2- 11 22 812 S JohnsonAV Walker 30 CO 60 20 41751 IDA V. tvs 5 105 9 9 9 9 9 9 R Head R Smith 20 50' 50 20 Apprentice allowance. Time, 24g, 49, 1:16, 1:29J. Winner B. c, by Candlemas Sweet Home (trained by A. Zimmer). Went to post at 4:17. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Homestead was outrun for the first half mile, but came through next to the inside rail at the turn into the homestretch and was driving to the limit at the end to stall off Past. The latter came very wide at the turn into the homestretch. McCafferty took her all around her field and she came very fast in the last sixteenth and was catching the winner at even stride. Attila was outrun in the first half and was crowded back soon after the start, but came fast in the stretch. Anti Trust and Burgoyne ran well to the stretch. Bellario ran in improved form. Homestead, show, 1 to 2. Past, show, 2 to 5. Attila, show. 4 to 5. Bellario, show, 7 to 10. C 70 SIXTH RACE 1 1-2 Miles. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward7Selling. IndHorses A Wt St St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 42934 SIDDONS ws 5 104 2 31 32 3:! 2" l1 1- Helg'sen T H Stevens 1 6-5 1 out 42743 H. HUNTER w 4 102 3 4 4 4 3 33 2" J McInt'reO K Burdeau C-5 6-511-10out 41167IRV. MAYOR WB 5 96 1 1- l3 l1?. 1- 2" 3ll Liv'ston J D Brown & Colo 25 25 4 42630B. HILLiIARD s 3 So 4 21 2l 2" 4 4 4 Schilling T D Sullivan 10 10 S S-5 Apprentice allowance. Time. 263. 53, l:19g, 1:461, 2:131, 2:39g. Winner B. h, by Wadsworth Modjeska, by Buckmaster (trained by T. H. Stevens). Went to post at 4:45. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Siddons ran under restraint for a mile and a quarter, came through on the inside at the turn into the homestretch, came away with ease in the last furlong and had much in reserve at the finish. Hayward Hunter was sore when going to the post and pulled up lame, but about ran his race. Irving Mayor set the pace on sufferance and dropped back when the real struggle came. Bob Hilliard is not of much account apparently. Scratched 3S571 Ravino, 97. Overweights Irving Mayor, 4 pounds. No show betting. Page  Oakland Form Chart OAKLAND f-ORM CHART. "OAKLAND, CAL., November 28, 1903. Twelfth day. New California Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather showery, track fair. Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, Richard Dwyer. Secretary, Percy W. Treat. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. I OQ71 FIRST RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400. 4- l Xj I JL 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P 42S37 MIKE MURPHY w 4 104 1 2l 1- Vh li B'k'ruth J Neil 20 30 30 12 42591 RINALDO II. ws 8 104 10 71 5l 71 2" L JacksonSiskiyou Stable 10 12 12 5 37795 SNARK ws 5 107 9 5l 3"k 5- 32J Bell D S Fountain 10 12 7 3 42S912HANDPRESS W 3 102 6 4- 4l 41 4" W Col'm'nW P Magrane 3 4 4 S-5 42503 MAD. BISHOP ws 7 99 3 3"k C'l 2k 5uk J Lewis J T Strite 4 '4 4 S-5 42910 MERWAN WB 3 106 11 6" Si 3U 61! I Powell J J McAlester G S S 3 3S629 OUR PRIDE ws 4 10S 2 l1' 23 62 7l J Daly S P Tate C S S 3 42910 EDUCATE w5 104 4 S 7 S SJ J T S'hanC W Chappell 20 30 30 12 3S359 MOLTO ws 3 97 12 9 9 9 9- Oliphant H L Shannon CO 60 60 25 427S6 GAWAINE w 5 99 S 10 10 10 101! W Daly W E Cotton 20 40 40 15 42592 YELL'AVSTONE WSB 4 107 7 11 11 11 11 J Martin W P Fine 21 3 3 6-5 37036 SOCIALIST W S 107 5 12 12 12 12 W N'rvaezG S McKenzie 20 20 20 S Time, 1:12. Winner Ch. g, by Yankee Doodle Nita Murphy (trained by F. Kelly). Went to post at 2:11. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second driving. Mike Murphy broke in his stride and running on the outside dry going took the lead at the half, which he retained to the end with something in reserve. Rinaldo II. steadily improved his position finishing fast in the worst going. Snark came with a rush on the outside in the final sixteenth. Handpress was badly ridden, messed about and repeatedly bumped in the stretch and anchored in the bog near the finish. Madam Bishop failed to stay after a good display of speed. Merwan got away badly and was in the heavy going throughout. Our Pride fell away in the .stretch run and was evidently short. Yellowstone can do better. Overweights Merwan, 4 pounds; Our Pride, 1. Mike Murphy, show, 0 to 1. Rinaldo II., show, 2 to 1. Snark, show, S to 5. Handpress, show, 4 to 5. Madam Bishop, show, 4 to 5. Yellowstone, show, 3 to 5. SECOND RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 2972 Ind Horses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H CP (42893) CASCINE wb 10S 1 3"" 2- l-'l l5 Adkins B'rns&AVaterh'se S-5 2 2 2-5 (42856) BEAR CATCHER WB 105 5 2" 32 21 23 J Martin T G Ferguson 7-103-4 3-5 1-4 (42S74)OTTO STIFEL w 105 4 1?. l'lk 31 3-i D Hall B Schreiber 15 40 40 8 42893 EBONY w 105 3 42. 5l 42 41 H'brand Hamilton Stable 40 200 200 40 42766 CAPTAIN FORSEE w 105 6 6 6 a 51 Ferrell Alhambra Stable 20 CO CO 10 42S3S JUDGE " ws 10S 2 52 Ah 6 C J Daly M J Daly 6 7 7 6-5 Time, 24, 4S, 1:14J. Winner Ch. c,.by Colonel Wheeler Early Rose (trained by C. T. Patterson). Went to post at 2:35. At post C minutes. Start very bad. Won in a canter; second driving. Cascine, favored by the going, got away running and indulged the early pacemaker to the stretch, where he drew to the front cantering. Bearcatcher, nearly left, was quickly sent into a contending position, always being in the deep going, finished very fast and might have won with an even break. Otto Stifel showed surprising good form, sustaining very gamely a superior burst of speed almost throughout. Ebony will make good at an early day, held on steadily throughout and was an easy and close up fourth. Captain Forsee ran away before the race and was practically left, trailed his field to the stretch where he made up ground fast. Judge was prominent to the stretch turn and a dangerous contender when he swerved under the whip in an effort to beat the winner. Cascine, show, out. Bearcatcher, show, out. Otto Stifel, show, 2 to 1. A 6) O H H THIRD RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400. -- j I Q 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P (42S77)PICKAWAY W 3 97 2 1- lh l1 13 J Lewis A J Jackson 3 4 31 6-5 ''CC'37 WATERPOWER 4 111 3 2'1 2 221 2- See H Stover 10 30 30 10 42504 ALICE CARY w 3 94 4 3l 3nk 3uk 33 Reed S McNaughton S S 6 2 37091 OSCAR TOLLE w 5 110 1 4 5nk 41 41 I Powell Klunder & BurnsS 10 8 3 42S92 SHELLMOUNT w 4 104 6 6-' 6s G2 55 B'k'ruth T Wellman C S S 3 42895 QUIET wb 4 109 S S8 73 7s G" R King H E Rowell 6 9 9 3 WANDERLING 4 102 5 5U 45 51 7s Larson W L Pritchard 50 100 100 30 42S03 FATH. WENTKERw 4 107 9 9 9 S 8" D Hall B Schreiber 3-2 8-5 7-5 3-5 RENO BELLE w 4 107 7 721 8 9 9 Prior W Thompson 30 100 100 30 Time, 1:11. Winner Ch. c, by Piccolo Marcella (trained by A. J. Jackson). Went to post at 3:02. At post 7 minutes. Start bad. Won handily; second driving. Pickaway went to the front at the start, won all the way and easily stood off Waterpower in the final drive. The latter was the only serious contender throughout and showed a lot of speed, turning for home in the deep going and put up a game stretch run. Alice Cary held a forward position from the start and was probably short, will do better and is a useful filly. Oscar Tolle trailed the leaders closely, tiring in the last furlong and swerving over to the inside and likes a fast track. Shellmount finished fast. Quiet' got away badly and was never dangerous. Father Wentker was practically left and only cantered the 3U Scratched (42S95)Mildred Schultz, 106; 3S270 Glendenning, 10G; 4274G El Piloto, 99. Overweights Waterpower, 1 pound. Pickaway, show, 1 to 2. Waterpower, show, 5 to 1. Alice Cary, show, 4 to 5. Father Wentker, show, 1 to 3. C FOURTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. IndHorses AWt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P f42935)L CRAWFORD w 3 93' 7 6nt 71 53 45 13 J Booker B Schreiber 5 7 7 21 f42910)SILURIAN w 5 102 4 41 G-h A- 31 2-'J Foley Lamasney Bros 8 10 10 4 427842HEATH. HONEY ws 3 93 5 71 51 2" lnk 33 Kunz Leach & Co 4 5 5 2 4COLONEL VAN W 5 10C 3 131 lh l3i 21 4 Ferrell D S Fountain 21 3 13-51 42822 ROSARIE ws 4 100 G 5 2" 3 5J 5 J T S'hanC W Chappell 15 60 60 20 42915 PLUCK ws 3 86 8 10s 10 9i 7- 621 W Daly M J Daly 4 10 10 4 SGsWoREST KING ws 4 98 1 2h 41 7nk 61 72 H'brand S J Jones & Co 6 10 10 4 429403ILLOWAHO WS 4 106 9 8 8 8' 9 8 J Martin C C Capps 4 7 7 2 42824 BILL MASSIE w 5 106 11 9 9 10 10 93 I Powell J J McAlester 8 10 10 4 41253 THE LEDAEAN w 4 99 12 11 11 11 11 10" Larson Boots&Hol'nback 10 50 50 20 vrm TJLTRUDA ws 4 95 2 31 3" 6 8l ll6 J Lewis Kirk & Co 15 30 30 12 427 HUNTRESSA ws 4 10G 10 12 12 12 12 12 Otis Buckley & Bailey 15 25 25 12 Time, 26, 51, 1:16, 1:43. Winner B. c, by Sain Apozea (trained by W. Whalen). Went to post at 3:30. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving; second easily. Lacy Crawford a genuinely improved colt, held an outside position, and being in the best going steadily improved his position, coming with a rush right at the end and won going away. Silurian was a good horse badly handled and but for swerving all over the course might have won. Heather Honey was a prominent contender to the stretch, where she came through on the inside and was nearly anchored. Colonel Van forced the pace for seven furlongs before he was caught and crowded over to the inside and was unlucky to lose. Rosarie was a contender throughout, tiring only in the last sixteenth. Forest King showed a lot of speed and was probably short. ' Overweights Bill Massie. 3 pounds; The Ledaean, 1. Lacy Crawford, show, G to 5. Silurian, show, 2 to 1. Heather Honey, show, evens. Colonel Van, show, 3 to 5. dL29 75 FIF.Ht RACE 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $500. 3-year-olds and upward. Han- Ind Horses A Wt St . StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 42S5S YELLOW TAIL 6 109 4 6 51 l"k 131 R King J Hackett 5 6T6 2 42S043HAGERDON W 6 107 2 lnt 1 2nk 2 H'brand H L Frank 2 11-52 7-10 42S40 ISHTAR 4 93- G 4nk 31 31 31! Reed A Josephs 10 20 20 6 (42784)ARABO ws 3 100 3 2ll 2J 41 42 J Martin W B Jennings 7-5 9-5 7-5 1-2 49133CAPTIVATE wb 5 90 5 3h 41 6 5 J Jones I Hildreth 10 12 10 3 429132MURESCA s 4 92 1 521 6 52 6 AV Knapp Mrs C E Miller 10 12 12 3 Time, 24, 48J, 1:14, 1:21. AVinner Ch. h, by Watercress Paloma (trained by H. E. Rowell). Went to post at 3:56. At post 6 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Yellow Tail trailed the field on the outside to the turn for home, where he moved up like a flash and in a sensational stretch run passed the others as if anchored. The other contenders were all engaged in a bumping match in the stretch run. Hagerdon forced the pace from the start in the inside deep going and, swerving all over the track to the last furlong, finished out a game second after a remarkably good race. Ishtar ran a cracking good race and will soon make good Arabo ran lapped and hard held on Hagerdon to the stretch, where the latter, boring out, nearly knocked him down, losing him a half dozen lengths, after which he came again like a cyclone. Captivate finished in the worst going. Muresca ran a bad race and was beaten early. Overweights Yellow Tail, 1 pound. Yellow Tai, show, evens. Hagerdon, show, 1 to 3. Ishtar, show, 2 to 1. Arabo, show. 1 to 4. , SIXTH RACE 1 1-16 Miles. Purse $G00. 3-year-olds and upward. dL 2D 7 0 Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners Q HCP 42806 DAINTY W 3 9S 2 31 3l 2l lnk 11 J Martin W B Jennings 8-5 8-5 8-5 3-5 4293S ALBULA w 5 107 5 lnk 13 11 21 2n Foley Lamasnev Bros 5 8 8 2 (42S94)VETERANO ws 3 89 4 5 5s 3nk 3l 321 H'brand W C Vivell 12 15 10 4 42938 HORATIUS w 3 96 6 23 23 431 43 4" Reed J J McAlester 5 6 oh 8-5 (42S5S)BRAGG avsb 4 105 1 4-'l 4l 52u 52-0 520 D Hall J Curl 2 11-52 7-10 42SG0 EL R. SHANNON B 6 88 3 C 6 6 G G J Jones Mrs J Coffey 20 40 40 12 Time, 25, 51, 1:1G, 1:42, 1:49. AVinner Ch. f, by Golden Garter Rosebud (trained by AAr. B. Jennings). AVenl to post at 4:20. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second driving. Dainty was crowded into the heavy going in the early running and, recovering from a bad mixup on the first turn, moved up again with a rush when turning for home and decisively outstayed the field in the final drive. Albula showed brilliant speed and stamina throughout arid ran a high-class race. Veterano, away badly and poorly handled, closed up like a cyclone in the stretch and finished running faster than the leaders. Horatius fell away in the early running. Bragg fell out of it completely on the far turn and, probably sulking, ran an inexplicably bad race. Dainty, sh ow, 1 to 3. Albula, show, evens. Veterano, show, 3 to 2. Bragg, show, 1 to 3. New Orleans Track Gossip NEW ORLEANS TRACK GOSSIP. The Crescent City Jockey Club has incorporated a new rule in its book this season. It is entitled Rule XIII, and reads as follows: "Horses will take their positions at the post according to their numbers on the program, which will be assigned by lot by the Stewards on the preceding day." This rule has been adopted to do away with all grumbling or grounds for complaint that any favoritism in the allotment of positions is shown. If the track becomes muddy overnight, and there should happen to be a path,-the horse getting the best position will have it through luck on the preceding day. The stable of John AAr. Schorr is now quartered on the other side of the track, almost opposite the grandstand. It is in charge of Louis Tauber, and is made up of the following horses: Duelist. Van Ness, Hexam, Esca-lera, Monastic II., Mordella, Mountebank, Burleigh, Oriel, Dutiful, A'olto and Leviathan. Jockeys Fisher and Leo Gangel will do the riding for the stable. The latter is an apprentice boy from Memphis, who has given Some promise. Starter Fitzgerald will use the Maxwell starting machine during the meeting. Calcutta, a three-year-old belonging to Bernhardt & Co., was to have been ridden by Minder in the seven furlongs race Thursday, but hit himself while being worked and had to be laid up. Frank Lightfoot, who is training New York for O. L. Richards, wired Bullman to Mr-come on from New York and ride the colt in the Inaugural, but received a reply from that jockey that he could not be in New Orleans in time. Tally H., the Hindoo of the Georgia tracks this fall, a four-year-old by Rancocas Myrt, and a sprinter of some ability, will race at New Orleans during the season. Dr. Stucke, which was to have started in the Inaugural, took a car fit on his way down from Latonia, and was badly bruised up. Jockey Charley McCafferty, son of Tony McCafferty, who had his leg broken while riding in the east this summer, has entirely recovered, and will take mounts at the meeting. Charlie Verplanck, otherwise known as "Monkey-Face Charlie," a dusky son of Ham, who used to ride before the racegoers of the last generation, is going to have his second time on earth. He says that he is forty-seven years old, but it might be added, "and then some." He has applied for a license to ride and is under contract to A: J. Bordes, a local man in the furniture business. The horses now in the Walden barn that will be raced at New Orleans are: the three-year-olds Invincible, Tristesse, the two-year-old Transmigration, Brown Monarch, Triste, Knowledge, Contention, Repeater and the following yearlings: bay colt, by Albert-Mamie Ellis; bay colt, by Galore Prestidigi-tatrice; black or brown filly, by Bowling Brook Lizzie Tabor; bay filly, by Galore Contenta, and a bay filly, by Filigrane Medusa. The stable of AVm. Gerst, the Nashville millionaire brewer, in charge of trainer George Ham, is quartered at the track, and consists of the following horses: Town Moor, Talhouet, Maltoferin, Port Warden, Sweetness and Light, and Chanley. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. John A. Drake's horses have gone into winter quarters at Sheepshead Bay. They were taken to the course of the Coney Island Jockey Club by trainer Enoch AVishard, and the present intention is that they will remain there all through the cold weather. Wishard has given no intimation of the future racing plans of Mr. Drake, and merely says: "All I know is that the horses will go into winter quarters at Coney Island. I suppose they will stay there all through the cold weather, and they will be thrown out of training. Mr. Drake has made no announcement of his future intentions. The horses shipped well and are in the very best of condition." Among the most prominent in the even dozen that are now at Coney Island are: Runnels, a recent winner at Bennings; High Chancellor, winner of the Columbia Handicap on the opening day of the Bennings meeting; Ort Wells, South Trimble, Jocund, Bobadil, Orly, and AVyeth. The principal improvement that has been occupying the minds and time of the Crescent City management is the work on the track itself, and those that have had the task in charge seem to have fully accomplished what they set about to do. All the old black soil that has been washing over it for the last fifteen years has been removed, the grade or slope of the track from the outer rail has been made less steep, and in some places a cut of 22 inches has been made and a new top dressing laid on. As the track appears today it looks as if it ought to stand the wear and tear of the heavy rains to which it will be subjected and be safer and smoother. Ed Cole, who will act as associate judge at the Los Angeles meeting this winter, has received word from Manager J. W. Brooks that there are already three hundred horses on the ground, and, that the prospects are very good for a great: meeting. Pat Dunne with a large stable, is one of the latest arrivals. John E. Madden has presented the colt Cedar Rapids to Jule Garson. Cedar RaDida has been a decided disappointment Page  Westchester Racing Association (UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE JOCKEY CLUB.) RACE COURSE: MORRIS PARK, WESTCHESTER, N. Y. , OFFICE: 571 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N. Y. (THE WINDSOR ARCADE.) THE EIGHTH National Stallion Race The EIGHTH MATRON WITH $1,000 ADDED. WITH $5,000 ADDED. To be run for by then two-year-olds, during: the Spring Meeting of 1905. To ho run for h7 then two-year-olds, during the Autumn Meeting of 1906. TO CLOSE AND NAME FOR BOTH EVENTS AT MIDNIGHT OF TUESDAY, DEC. 15, 1903. CONDITIONS. THE NATIONAL STALLION 1905. THE MATRON OF 1906. THE EIGHTH NATIONAL STALLION for then two years old, foals of 1903, to be run at THE EIGHTH MATRON, with 310,00.0 added, for mares covered in 1903 foals of 1904 the Spring Meeting in 1905, the progeny of stallions nominated. to rn run fnr for h bJ thn then twn o-yec,r-olds at . the f, Autumn -wt mnc n-i ' . , - ' clote ! Meeting in .1906. The event to be Nominations of stallions to and name by midnight of Thursday, October 1, 1903, fe run by subscription of $50 each, or "only $25 each, for stallions which have not sired a winner m two races, one for colts and geldings, the other for fillies, prior to December 15, 1903. Of the subscriptions for stallions the nominators of the sires GENERAL CONDITIONS. &.8edSllSS 50peerS Knf to ttlen 15 PW " TH lGT" M(N for the' P f d in 1903, to run when two yearS at Autumn Meeting m 1906, with $10,000 added. 1905 STALLION ENTRIES FOR .....'....$25 Subscriptions for mares to close at $20 each, only each if Hastings $50 Kinley Mack.... $25 Gerolstein Plaudit $50 M or $10 the money accompany Octagon 50 Dieudonne 25 St. Gatien 50 Mirthful 50 the entry. Henry of Navarre. 50 Salvator 50 Star Ruby 50 Solitario II 25 Foals the progeny of mares so nominated to be eligible, at $10 each the only forfeit if 25 50 Watercress 50 Marius II Ethelbert Arkle declared on or before November 1, 1905. Ben Strome 50 Bathampton aO Ornament 50 Kantaka 50 , ., ' . Faverdale 50 Greenan 25 St. Leonards 50 Meadowthorpe .... 50 If Ieft m after ft. x- Isovember 1, 190o, to pay $25 each. Griffon 25 Golden Garter .... 50 Ben Brush 50 Prince Pepper io If left in after April 1, 1906, to pay $50 each. Sir Dixon 50 Goldfinch 50 Commando 25 Daniel ..... 50 If left in after August 15 1906 to pay $75 n Star Shoot 25 Bassetlaw 50 Voter 2o Dr. MacBride 50 . . - Bridgewater 25 Maxio 50 Canopus 25 Hamburg 50 Starters ,aro to pay $150 each. u Handspring 50 Toddington 25 Ogden 50 Meddler 50 WEIGHTS, PENALTIES AND ALLOWANCES. His Highness 50 Montana 50 Requital 50 Sandringham 2o Colts to carry 122 lbs.; fillies and geldings, 119 lbs. Winners of $5,000 or twice of $2 500 Silver Fox 50 to carry 3 lbs. extra; of $10,000 or twice of $5,000, 5 lbs. extra; of $15,000, or twice of SlOOOo' Conditions for the Entry of Foals of 1903, to close and name by midnight, 71bs. extra; of $30,000, or twice of $15,000, 10 lbs. extra. ' ' Tuesday, December 15, 1903. Non-winners of $2,000 allowed 3 lbs.; of $1,000, 5 lbs.; maidens, 10 lbs. Produce of horses Foals of 1903, the progeny of stallions duly nominated to be entered and named by or out of mares that had never produced a winner previous to January 1, 1904, allowed 3 midnight of Tuesday, December 15, 1903. . lbs.; of both, 5 lbs.; which allowance must be claimed at time of entrance. Allowances Colts and geldings at $10 each, fillies at $5 each, the only forfeit if declared by De- cumulative, cember 15, 1904. , -,. . CONDITIONS OF THE RACE FOR COLTS AND GELDINGS. If left in after December 15, 1904, and declared by April 20, 190a, colts and geldings to Colts and geidjn&s the pr0duce of mares nominated for the Eighth Matron to run by pay $30 each, fillies $15 each. themselves, the money for which shall include all subscriptions of mares producing colts, If left in after April 20, 190o. colts and geldings ,f1iT1(TC to n pay $60 each, fii,ipt! fillies $0 on pqpl, each. all declaration fees paid for colts and geidings at $io, $25 and $50 each, and of those left in Starters-Colts geldings and fillies to pay 00 each nditional. after Au&ust 15. 1906. at $75 each, with $5,000 of the added money, of which $1,000 to the The Westchester .Racing Association , tc . add So.000 and the remaining 50 pei cent, of the second! and $500 to the thir(L The nominator of the dam of the winner to receive 50 per stallion entrances, of which $1,200 -to the second and $000 to the third The l ommator ot cent of the starting money for the race, of the second, 30 per cent., of the third, 20 per cent, p the winner to receive $1,000 out of the subscriptions and starting money. Of the subscnp- Ec)jDse course. ' tions for stallions, the nominators of the sires of the first, second and third horses shall CONDITIONS OF THE RACE FOR FILLIES reCerolts5 toiWlbsaknLf&lhe 7' Fillies the Produce of mares nominated for the Eighth Matron to'run by themselves, the tiip nrnilurp nf stallions which have not produced a winner prior to December 15, 1903, money for which shall include all subscriptions for mares producing fillies, all declaration flowed Ubfif claimed at time of entry By filing with the Westchester Racing Associa- fees paid for fillies at $10, $25 and $50 each, and of those left in after August 15, 1906, at tinn nrinr to December 1 1904 an accepted transfer of the foal's entry, the original sub- $75 each, with $5,000 of the added money, of which $1,000 to the second, and $500 to the soribP.r hili 1 be released from liability as to the engagement of the horse, except for the third. The nominator of the dam. of the winner to receive 50 per cent, of the starting money origmal forfeit of $10 or $5. Last Five Furlongs of the Eclipse Course. for the race, of the second, 30 per cent., of the third, 20 per cent. Eclipse Course. Rntli thf Nitionil Stallion and the Matron as above are to be run under the Rules of The Jockey Club and Westchester Racing Association applicable to the conditions of each and both of them viz Rule 38, Rule 54, Part IV., Rule 63, and Rule 5, Par. III., Rule 72. For further particulars and entry blanks, address H. G. CRICKMORE, CLERK OF THE COURSE, 571 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, N. Y. PRESIDENT. Rl CH ARD DWYER J' A' MU,R' TREASURER. EPES RANDOLPH, f ALTERNATING STARTERS. Los Angeles Jockey Club's GREAT WINTER RACE MEETING OPENS AT ASCOT PARK, DECEMBER 24, 1903. THE FOLLOWING STAKES TO BE RUN AT THIS MEETING CLOSE DECEMBER 3, 1903. twf aqpot HANDICAP $2,500 ADDED. A handicap sweepstakes for two-year-olds THE SANTA CATALINA SELLING STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A selling sweepstakes tnrf it he time of closing Entrance $10, $50 additional to start; $2,500 added, of for two-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; a-nA iSPnn th iinnd and $300 to the third horse. Weights to be announced five days $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. The winner to be sold at trtty,, dnvnf the race Winners of a sweepstakes or of two races of any value, after auction. Those entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; if for less. lib. for each Snnnutement of the T weights to . carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Quarter. S200 to $2,000, then 1 lb. for each $100 to $500. Winners of a race to the value of $900 or aimuuiiiwciij. jLRBY& S2 000 ADDED A sweepstakes for three-year-olds of 1904 (now two races other than selling purses, after the closing of this stake, not to be entered for t-mn vMr nirto "Entrance' $10 $50 additional to start; $2,000 added, of which $500 to second less than $1,200. Starters, with selling prices, to be named through the entry box at the JiTwi tn, tv' thfrfl hnrqe Winners of a sweepstakes in 1904 of the value of $1,500, 3 lbs.; usual hour of closing, the day before the race, and those so named to be liable for the of 1 two Pol r S90C for one of $2,C00. 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a sweepstakes of $1,500 in starting fee. Seven Furlongs. value in 1903 and 1904 allowed 5 lbs., and if not placed in a sweepstakes of $1,000 in value THE SAN PEDRO SELLING STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A selling sweepstakes for in 1903 or 1904, allowed S , lbs.; maidens 14 lbs. One MUe a"?A Mail. two-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10. $30 additional to start; THE ASCOT CUP, $1,500 ADDED. A tf'XnK additional to start. A A silver SU&oWl cup ana a,&uu 0 . .000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. Winner to be sold at ward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $4C I entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; if for less, 1 lb. for iee. added, of which $300 to second, $200 to third, fourth horse to save his starting vveignis mQ QQQ tnen x lb for each ?100 to $600 starters, with selling prices, to be to be announced five daysprior to day or mc?- ' o ivmes. th ld fillies of 1904 named through the entry box at the usual hour of closing, the day before the race, and rnoJ?4o"ld?)AKintSe 3 whlcn ?2B?Jd those so named to be liable for the starting fee. One Mil.. coa nnd JU50 to the third horse. To carry 112 lbs. Winners of a sweepstakes or two THE SANTA BARBARA STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds r-tn nthPr than selling purses, after Jan. 1, 1904, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a (now yearlings). Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to second ofnf S in value at any time allowed 5 lbs.; maidens 10 lbs. One Mile and a Quarter. and $100 to the tnird horse. Horses which have run three or more times and have not tup HOLLYWOOD HANDICAP, $1,250 ADDED. A handicap sweepstakes for two- WQ tnree jces, allowed 3 lbs.; two, 5 lbs.; one, 8 lbs.; beaten maidens, 12 lbs. Four and vear-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10 $30 additional to start; $1,250 Haf Furl0ngs. added" of which$250 to second and $150 to announcement IS THE SANTA MONICA STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds days prior to the day of the race. Winners of other than a selling purse, after w u Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to sec- of the weights, to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and sa $1??- eeDstakes for two-year- ond and $100 to the third horse. Non-winners of a sweepstakes allowed 3 lbs., and if such . THE PASADENA HANDICAP $2o0 ADDED. A LPjj to g.. start. j 250 added added have not won three races, 5 lbs.; two races, 8 lbs.; maidens, if never placed in a sweep-olds Entrance $10.30 of closing and upward at the time additional u pve Furongs. of which J250 to second and $150 to h&Be.lyfetsae THE INGLEWOOD STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, $1,200 ADDED. A handicap or other tnan a seiuns pu prior to the day of tfre race, winners sweepstakes for three-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $50 posted, to carry 5 lbs. ezxra. i""jLnl,1 noo ADDED. A handicap sweepstakes for two-year- additional to start; $1,200 added, of which $250 to second and $150 to the third horse. , THf RWtta ame Tof closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added, Weights to be announced two days prior to the day of the race. Winners, after their El oLnnd and $100 to the e third horse. Weights to be announced three days weights are posted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Four or more horses of different interests to of which $200 to second ana $iuu f" tner than a selfing purse, after the weights are start or the race may be declared off. Full Course, about Two Miles. of the rac w prior to the day lqnq bACH STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, $1,000 ADDED. A handicap posted, to carry o "g- handicAP, $1X)0 ADDED. A high weight handicap sweep- sweeDstakes for three-year-olds . and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $40 and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional SlJonal to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and$100 to the third horse. t-vl?ro-veax-olds n non Itded l ot which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. Weights to be wSghts to be announced two days prior to the day of the race. Winners, after the weights to steiJ thrift das' oitor to the day of the race. Winners of other than a selling purse, f1 Posted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Four or more horses of different interests to start or the afte? tto wS ?re PMted, to carryS lbs. extra. Six furlongs. rice may be declared off. Full Course, about Two Miles. CoIoNADOBEACH SELLING STAKES, $1250 ADDED. A selling sweepstakes GABRIEL STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, $1,000 ADDED. A handicap THE and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 addiUonal to start. ke3 for three-year-olds , and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $40 . for ii aKddeS -yeM-ol of which $250 to second and $150 to the third horse. The winner to be sold sw weepsiaKea io added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse, it auction! Tose entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; g es B ft 5SSto be announc4d .two days prior to the day of the race. Winners, after the weights RA0ES "A0H WEEK- puB8ES w,u. a. to.00 hach. -SrE ft . ....... . - IZ!m nn ruC COAST. 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