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WORLDS BIG STEEPLECHASE Liverpool Grand National Falls to Noted Jumper Troytown Lightly Weighted The Turk II IIFinishes Finishes Second and an Ameri Amerif f can Bred Horse Is Third LONDON Kngland Mnrch 20 The Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase of the value of 110 was run iver the famous Aintree course near Liverpool toda and was won by Major Gerrards sixyearold I rown gelding Troytown by Xria Diane carryii g 103 pounds C Wiltoxs ten Mirold brow i gelding Turk II by Turks Cap CapKthel Kthel Darling KIJ pounds finished second and II Itrowns nineyear dd Amerioanbred bay geld ¬ ing The Pore by Ormondale Petlie Itrainble Ml pounds was third Hie winner was ridden by J R Anthony and started at i to 1 It was Cli 1 i 1 against Turk 11 and 28 to 1 against The Rorc Twentyfour horses started but only five finished Troytown the winner is a pure Irish bred horse foaled and trained in Ireland He is a brown gelding seven years old by Zria Diane was bred by Major Nugent and did not begin to raws until last year when he won three of six races for Major Gcrrard including the 1 JOOO Grand Steeple ¬ chase of Paris at Auleuil France the Champion Steeplechase at Liverpool and the Silvcrpark Maiden Steeplechase at Wolvcrhamplon Troytowns first i waywas rfhirth in the Seaside JSteeplwIuisi ui Jiildoyle Dnhlinf He was second to Mayor Saxhnm in the Stewards Steeplechase at Lingfield and ran nut of the course while leading in the Stanley Steeplechase at Liverpool the day Ikfore 1oethlyns 10PI victory in the Grand National NationalIn In the race Mrs Hugh K K Peels horse Poethlyn the favorite and Rritains jumping champion met his second defeat in three years He raced indifferently as a young horse but as an eightyearold Poethlyn began his victorious career and since then 11I1S he has been beaten but once before yesterday at Lingfield under Jockey Club rules and had won twelve consecutive races up to Fridays Grand National He won the Gatwick Substitute in 1JIS and the 101S race with todays weight 175 pounds up Last February at Lingfield he was handicapped for a steeplechase with 102 pounds but did not start in the race Pocthlyn is 10 years old by Rydal Head Fine Champagne and his name is Welsh for whisky His owner lives in Shropshire adjacent to Wales the Jeel estate being named RrynyPys RrynyPysPAST PAST WINNERS OF GHAAD NATIONAL NATIONALHere Here is a list of the winners of the Grand Na ¬ tional since 1SSO together with the number of starters the weight carried by the winner and tin rider of the winner Year Horse Rider StsWt Time TimeMr 3SSO Empress Mr T Rcasley14 117 101S 101SMr 3 SSI Woodbrook Mr T Reasley 157 ll5o ll5oLord 1XS2 Seaman Lord Manners 12 ICO 1042 3SS Zoedone Count Kinsky 10 154 11 1554 Voluptuary Mr K P Wilsonir 14 li05 li05Mr 3SS5 Roquefort Mr K P Wilsonli 151 1010 1010T 3SSO Old Joe T Skelton 2t 140 1014 1SS7 Gamreoek Daniels 10 ir4 101 1555 Playfair Mawsou 0 147 101 ISSll Frigate Mr T Peasley 0 15S 1001 1001A SK Ilex A NightingalllO 145 1041 s 1SOI Come Away MIM II Reasley21 100 05S 1MI2 Kath OFlynn Capt E R Owcn25 145 fl S Cloister DolMy 15 175 042 042JMH JMH Why Not Nighlingall 107 015 0153MI5 3MI5 Wild Man Manfrom from Rorneo Mr J WidgerlO 151 10t2 3 SOO The Sourer Mr D M G GCampbell Campbell 2S 10 1011 10113S07 3S07 Manifesto T Kavaiiangh 28 157 040 1 SOS Drogheda Gourley 25152 0i 0i3SOK 3SOK Manifesto G Williamson 10 375 040 IlOO Ambush Anlhonv 10 ir7 1001 NightingalllM 340 047 f fD llflili Shannon Lass D Read 21 141 100 Ill Drumcree P Woodland 1 157 10JSf 10JSfA 31104 Moifaa A Pireli 1W 147 5S5 1005 Kirkland F Mason J7 150 04Sf 100 Ascetics Sil ¬ ver Hon A Hasting23 140 0M = S SA 3007 Kremon A Newev iT 141 Tl71 1IOS Itubio H Plctsoe J4 145 100 100Parfrcment 3Mi Lutteur III Parfrcment J2 151 js jsR 310 Jenkinstown R Chadwick 25 145 1004 3111 Menside Mr J Anthony 20 14 105 Hill Jerry M K Piggott 24 175 01 = 5 liit Covertcoat P Woodland 22 1 0 1010 31114 Sunloch W J Smith 27 133 05Sf 3015 Ally Sloper J Anlh 20 11 K 047 310fVermouth J Reanlon 21 KM 1022 10223017IIallymacad 3017IIallymacad K Driscoll 1 13S 1012 101211I1S 11I1S Poethlyn K Piggott 17 K0 050 301 PoPthlyn K Piggott 22 175 10OS 3020 Troytown J Anthony Kit Record for the race racefSubstitute fSubstitute race run at Gatwick GatwickAltogether Altogether seventysix Grand Nationals have been decided Of these ten have fallen to mares The heroines of the race are as follows Miss Mowbray 1S52 Anatis 1810 Jealousy ISlil Kmblem 18K5 Kmblematic ISiM Casse Tete 1872 KmplKs ISSO and Shannon IMSS 1102 1102The The largest Held that ever ran for the race under notice was thirty two in Abdel Kadirs 1850 year thirty ran for Salamanders 1800 race one less when Chandler ISIS got home while twenty eight have carried silk in four Nationals won by Matthew 1S47 Emigrant 1357 Disturbance 1873 and Manifesto 1S07 Only ten were sad ¬ dled when ZoeUone 1883 was returned the winner j previously Charity 1841 had triumphed in a Held tif eleven Since then both Shifnal 1S7S and Sea I man 1S82 have carried off the spoils in fields of a dozen George Stevens made a unique record as regards Continued on second page WORLDS BIG STEEPLECHASE jockeyship winning the race five times on Free Trader MS5i Emblem 1SIJ3 Emblematic IMit and twice on The Colonel 1S01I70 Previously Tom Oliver won three times as slated above Since then Mr Thomas T Ueaslcy and W Nighlingall have each been successful on three occasions The former was an assumed name of Thomas Pickernell the rider of Anatis lSliO The Lamb 1S71 and Path tinder 1S75 Tom Heiisley was up on Empress 1SSO AVoodbrook 1SS1 and Frigate ISSl AVhile the latter famous jockcv rode Ilex 1S 0 Why Not 1S5I1 and Condon 1501 in all Nightin gall has ridden in fourteen Livcrpools and has been placed live times timesTHE THE GRAND NATIONALS STIEF COURSE COURSEThe The description of the obstacles in the course of the Grand National Steeplechase course at Aintree the stiffest in the world near Liverpool gives some idea of the reasons why high value is placed on the horse that can carry big weight over them and race through plowed fields and various other kinds of footing at a slashing pace from end to end of the journey of four miles and a half or to put it exactly about four miles and 65ti yards The details of the jumps are i iNo No 1 and 17 Thorn fence with brush 4 ft li in high and H ft thick breast rail H ft high on takeoff side close up against fence fenceNo No H and IS Thorn fence with brush 4 ft S in high breast rail H ft high on takeoff side close up against fence fenceNo No 3 and I Thorn fence with brush 5 ft high with ditch on takeoff side about 5 ft wide and 4 ft deep and banked to guard rail in front of said ditch H ft high highXo Xo 4 and HO Kail fence with brush the breast rail being H ft high close up against fence and the fence 5 ft high and H ft thick thickXo Xo and HI Thorn fence with brush breast rail H ft high close up against fence and the fence 4 ft 10 in high and H ft thick thickNo No li and HH Known as Hechers Hrook n thick thorn fence spruced 4 ft 10 in high with breast rail H ft high in front close up against fence and a natural ditch about 4 ft i in wide and 4 ft deep on the far side sideNo No 7 and H3 Thorn fence with brush 4 ft 10 in high with breast rail in front H ft high close up against fence fenceXo Xo S and H4 Known as the canal turn a thorn fence with brush Ti ft high and H ft 0 in in width ditch on takeoff side r ft li in wide and banked to guard rail in front H ft high highNo No 5 and Hr Known as Valentines Hrook a thorn fence spruced 4 ft li in high with a breast rail in front H ft high close to fence and a natural brook on far side 5 ft wide wideNo No 10 and Hli Thorn fence with brush 5 ft high and H ft thick with breast rail on takeoff side close up against fence fenceNo No 11 and H7 Kail H ft high a ditch about 5 ft i in wide and 4 ft deep and a thorn fence with brush on far side 4 ft J in high highNo No 1H and HS Kail H ft high fence with brush 4 ft 10 in high and H ft thick and ditch on far side 0 ft wide wideNo No 13 and H5 A thorn fence witli brush 4 ft li in high breast rail H ft high close up against fence fenceNo No 14 and 30 A thorn fence with brush 4 ft i in high breast rail H ft high close up against fence fenceNo No 15 Thorn fenre with brush 5 ft high and H ft li in in width ditch on takeoff side 5 ft wide and hanked to guard mil in front H ft high highXo Xo 1C The water jump 10 ft wide with thorn fencu with briish 3 ft high oil takeoff side Thirty Leading Money-Winning Owners THIRTY LEADING MONEY WINNING OWNERS Quite a number of the owners racing their horses at the winter meetings have already won sulTicient money to assure them a respectable standing in the list of winning owners of 1020 Even such a great stable as that of II P Whitney will find the 1450 picked up by its division in charge ofM Goldblatt and Albert Simons at New Orleans of decided assistance when its return for the year is made up In money won since the first of the year Kay S pence leads but his account is not likely to be increased since he is to retire from racing tin his own account A II Diaz has won almost as much as Spence and having two such line threeyearolds as Grayssian and nine Wrack in his stable seems likely to win considerably more than his 27757 of last year It is to be noted that eight stables have already entei I the list of 10000 or more two of which are CubanowncM Our neighbors to the south are taking kindly to roting and breeding The horse thrives in hot climates and it is quite on the cards that in time Cuba may acquire fame in producing highclass thoroughbreds The following table gives the thirty best moneywinning stables of 1020 to date in comparison with their records for 1010 S A Clopton and J A Parsons showing strange contrasts Leading Winner Leading Winner Owner OwnerK in 1010 in 1020 K Spence Hocnir Foster Embry A II Diaz Orestes Rlue Wrack II P Whitney Vexations Damask Armonia Stable Wiseman Walnut Hall S A Clopion Plenty Rullet Proof W C Weant Haliy Cal Key Mar C K Moore Zinnia Cromwell C R Irwin Reatrice Lucille Jake Schas C W Chirk Sway Pictor G W Forman Puts and Calls Roister W V Thraves Marse John Mile Dasie W F Poison Pnford John Jr Williams Rros Legal Dr Rae H K Davis DavisCurb Golden Chance Raladin Curb Stable Adele Peasant Sunnyland Stable Slippery Klin 4 0085 Slippery Elm 1 Pardons j ji jV V R E Graham Little One J II Moody Harlock Regreso J M Goode Harvest King i 474 Wadsworths Last Marshall Rios Courtship 0 5287 Marie Miller Tarn OShauter Stable StableS Silvery Light 5 5005 Ren Payne S T Raxter Ronnie Tess 7 5000 Pomerene J Arthur Pondage 0 40CO Charlie Ixydecker J S Raldwiu Lucky Pearl 5 t025 Annabelle K A Whitney Manganese 5 4800 Gordon Russell M Quinii Omond 4720 Omond Ji J Murphy 1 4521 Chief W Dondas 5 4450 Ruster Clark W Perkins 7 4378 I C Stone Bowie Racing Is Now Assured: Maryland Senate Passes Emergency Measure Which Will Become Law. BOWIE RACING IS NOW ASSURED Maryland Senate Passes Emergency Measure Which Will Become Law RALTIMORE Md March 20 Tlfe Maryland senate last night assured racing opening at Rowie track on April 1 by passing an amendment to the Rowie race track bill declaring it an emergency measure going into effect immediately on its pas ¬ sage by fife house and its signing by the governor The house will undoubtedly pass a similar amend ¬ ment and Governor Ritchie will sign the bill as soon as it reaches him himFor For a while there was grave danger that racing at Rowie would not start until the fall meeting for the Court of Appeals recently decided there was no legally constituted body to grant racing dates for that track A hill creating a commission passed the house the day the court handed down its decision and its passage through the senate was expedited by the knowledge that the track could not operate until the legislature tacked an emergency clause to the Rowie bill billWhile While this question was pending the directors of the track hopeful that what occurred today would come to passcontinutrl to make arrangements and yesterday it was said that some 100 horses were now in the stalls at the track and that nothing was be ¬ ing left undone that would insure a good meeting General Early Derby Prophecy GENERAL EARLY DERBY PROPHECY An offhand criticism of the Kentucky Derby prospects from the racing grounds by a good judge and in a personal letter runs like this The SimsOlivet purchase Prince Pal 1 think is a lubber Sr Allan is bred to improve Doninimie is speedy PIazes though honest a little short of class Faisan Dore may spring a surprise Golden It room has all the speed Whitneys pair or rather trio John P Grier Leviathan and Damask are all good I have a sneaking idea that Leviathan if he stands trajaing is the best However Donnacona to win the big race is my opinion as it stands today The colt is an extra good one Sir Martin's Daughter's Indian Win SIR MARTINS DAUGHTERS INDIAN WIN From an English letler comes the news that the 3000 Civil Service Cup run at Lucknow India in January was won by Nancy Free 5 by Sir Martin Light Fantastic by Rose Window Trilby by Amphion The filly was bred by Lord Lonsdale ne of tliese flays there will be English complaint that Sir Martin was ever allowed to come back here He was a good race horse and is most prom ¬ ising as n sire Sir Martin is a Matcheni horse as lit Fair Play Sir Martin on his dams side runs through to that good marc Maid Masham by Don John as does Fair Play Rider Robinson For Ogden Stable RIDER ROBINSON FOR OGDEN STABLE LEXINGTON Ky March 21 A II Lester Mil ¬ ler Henderson and Max Ilirsch motored over from Louisville yesterday and had dinner with John E Madden at Hamburg Place Henderson said the negotiations of Larry Watcrbury for purchase of the contract of jockey Clifford Robinson are off Waterbury being unwilling to comply with certain conditions Henderson made application to the state racing commission for riding license for Robinson Max Hirsch says On Watch and Donnacona hls Kentucky Derby pair are training most1 satisfac ¬ torily Corn Tassel And His Racing Sense: Peculiarities of a Horse Which Served R. T. Wilson Effectively. CORN TASSEL AND HIS RACING SENSE Peculiarities of a Horse Which Served R T Wilson Effectively EffectivelySam Sam Hildreths Corn Tassel the English bred gelding which carried Richard T Wilsons silks to victory in the noted Suburban Handicap last year is a smart horse He lost more races last year but in them all he showed marked intelligence He couldns carry heavy weight neither could he race at his best in the mud Rut every time Thomas Healey sent him to the post he did his best to win writes Henry V King in the Sun and Herald HeraldDuring During a race he seemed to know exactly what to do to beat his opponents He lacked great early speed but he was alert at the post and always did his best to keep within striking distance of the leaders He had plenty of courage too and kept plugging away after his opponents Going down all of the backstretches except that at Rclmont Park he stepped along with his right foot forward until the turn Then without losing his stride he would stick his left foot forward and spin around tin curve without losing an instant And he was al ¬ ways looking for openings to slip through Every jockey who rode him declared he needed no guid ¬ ance to find clear sailing All agreed his eyes saw openings before they did aird raced for them before they realized it He seemed to know the shortest route home and while he was not essentially what is called a rail runner he always looked for a posi ¬ tion next to the rail to save ground Selecting this course at critical times won him many races in ¬ cluding the Suburban Handicap which he otherwise undoubtedly would have lo t He was courageous loo and would never give up doing his best until he had passed the judges He now represents llildreth in tin big western handicaps More Claiming Rule Tinkering MORE CLAIMING RULE TINKERING NEW YORK N Y March 2fi That a change will be made in the claiming rule now in operation on tracks under Jockey Club jurisdiction seems practically certain A supplement has been added to the March Racing Calendar in which a suggestion has been made by II K Knapp seconded by F R Hitchcock to amend rule 172A eliminatm tin privilege of an owner or anyone acting in his inter ¬ est claiming his own horse from a selling or claim ¬ ing race An additional clause in the amendment stipulates that no horse shall be permitted to race in the name of its previous owner for a period of ten days from the date of claiming The amend ¬ ment will be adopted according to the system cm ployed by The Jockey Club through its issuing a supplement to its Calendar as the laws of the ruling turf body provides that any change suggested In the rules be published at least twice in the Calendar before action can be taken takenThis This implies that the suggestion is au emergency one which will be put in operationtin early part of April in time for the Maryland meetings Rule 172A as amended It will read Every horse in a selling race may be claimed by anyone except its owner or any out acting in his interest for the entered price plus the value of the race to the win ¬ ner and as much more in addition us the claimer wishes to bid bidAny Any horse so claimed shall not be eligible to tat in any race in the name or Interest of its previous owner for a term of ten racing days after the date of the race from which it was claimed I In Proctor Knott's Honor: New Feature Commemorates a Former Kentucky Idol.; Churchill Downs' New Handicap for Three-year-olds Popular and Well Patronized. IN PROCTOR KNOTIS HONOR HONORi i New Feature Commemorates a aFormer Former Kentucky Idol Churchill Downs New Handicap Handicapfor for Threeyearolds Popular Popularand and Well Patronized The experiment of adding a wellendowed handi ¬ cap for threeyearolds exclusively to the Churchill Downs stake race program was given i gratifying response by owners oast uul west This nov race the 1rnctor Knott Handicap at a mile and a quarter with 5000 idded It was awarded seventyeight noitiiiiations many of them also Kentucky Derby eli Xihlcs One of its possibilities is the revelation of what the winner of the Derby may prove able to do in the way of giving weight to others of his age although if that winner is also in tin Preakress Stakes he may be hurried on to Pimlico and forego starting1 in the 1roctor Knott No matter how that contingency may turn out there is abundant material for a grand rare in the following list of the entries with their oWners and breeding breedingJoseph Joseph Allgeyer Jrs 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to the Zoo A publicspirited donation by K AV Hartman of Shreveport La oil operator and bird lover makes possible this splendid addition The new addition will consist of a large parrot aviary which will contain many species of this variety of bird and a large collection of exotic and song birds gathered by Mr llartman firm remote sections of the globe The new aviary will rIVjU in size and comprehensiveness oven the famous bird collection at Strawberry Hill San Francisco Both the parrot cage and the birds will be con ¬ tributed by Mr Hartman who will send his own architect to New Orleans to build the structure Mr Ilnrtninn is said to possess the finest private collection of birds in the Knifed States part of which is in Florida and the remainder in Pasadena Cfl Ills private collection is so enormous that he has for years retained an architect to build struc ¬ tures for him New Orleans is to have the services of this expert Racing Gossip From Louisville: Plenty of Horses at Work--Jockeys and Owners Fast Arriving. RACING GOSSIP FROM LOUISVILLE Plenty of Horses at AVork Jockeys and Owners Fast Arriving IOlISVILLE Ky March Hli One would think that it was much closer to the opening of the racing season than one month to see the number of thoroughbreds out for exercise daily at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park Additions to the turf colony are coming in from the winter tracks pretty rapidly now but all report that it still is a hard task to get horse cars especially at New Orleans where many owners are held up because of lack of transportation facilities facilitiesJ J AV Tex Forman came in from the Crescent City yesterday He will go to Cincinnati within a few days to consult an eye specialist as his eyes have been failing for long time He brought back one horse Itmizuf a twoyearold by ISnnnymede Xafra which he punbased from A P Spreekels during the Fair Grounds meeting meetingUemy Uemy Dorr well known in New Orleans turf circles stoppeil off here yesterday en route tu French Lick Springs Ind where he will take a vacation following a strenuous winter lie was forced to call off a trip to Hawaii recently after getting as far as California because of the large number of steamship reservations ahead of his hisEd Ed Knebelkamp came up from the Crescent City and will look after the racing interests of AV F Knebelkamp his brother whose horses wintered at Churchill Downs The latter is also owner of the Louisville baseball club and is devoting his time at present to getting things ready for the opening of the season seasonMatt Matt J AVinn vicepresident and general manager of the Kentucky Jockey Club has gone to New York on a brief business trip He expects to re ¬ turn hen next Monday AVhile in the east he will interview numerous owners and trainers of Ken ¬ tucky Derby candidates as to their plans for send ¬ ing their eligible for the rich race here hereJockeys Jockeys Fred Smith and Claude Hunt are addi ¬ tions to the riders ranks both coming from New Orleans Hunt Is employed by C AV Clark for whom he rode at the Fair Grounds last winter winterHay Hay lor Hickman one of the best known business men of this city who races a few horses as a diversion has nominated Pousse Cafe II and Nancy Wyatt a pair of twoyearold fil ¬ lies which lie purchased at Saratoga last summer for a number of stakes to be run on the Kentucky circuit this season Pousse Cafe II is by Pita Herbert CafeauLait while Nancy Wyatt is by King James Disillusion The Hickman horses are being trained by Walter Hopkins for years manager of Hashford Manor Farm for George J Long LongNEW NEW FIRMS DICK AVELLES FILLY FILLYAnother Another new local racing firm is that of Koim Theisen and this establishment has a trio of good looking twoyearold fillies in it which are also extensively engaged in stakes They have Pen well a bay in color by Dk1 AVelles Penalty Kasola also a bay by McGee Tinkle and Quiek view a black by Kock Aiew Mistress juickly These horses are being trained by K P Prooks and like those of Mr Ilickman they wintered at Churchill Downs DownsDan Dan Lohan has a good looking chestnut twoyear old which ho has named Hingrose that he is confi ¬ dent about lie has him well entered in the Kentucky events for his age Hingrose is a son of Hronzewing a mare well remembered by race ¬ goers because of the thrills she used to afford them by her slow beginning proclivities and her ability to make up ground in the final three eighths of a mile of a race She was owned by the late Alex P Humphrey Jr who was killed during the Avar and for whom Lehan trained Seth is the sire of Uingrcrso This colt is a half brother to Alex Jr Lehans eligible in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby He also has a rather impressive looking filly which he named Myrtle Moore She is entered in a number of stakes too She is by Magneto Mary Callahan CallahanIncluded Included in th H J Hrannon list of twoyear olds is Golden Dreams a chestnut filly by Dick Finnell Moouet and therefore a halfsister to Jack Hare Jr This filly is in the Debutante and Spring Trial Stakes to be run at Chunhill Downs as well a most of the other big events for which she is eligible at Lexington and Latonia LatoniaAVonl AVonl has been received from John C Ferriss that be will ship here April 1 from Xew Orleans lie will bring buck Jack Hare Jr the fast sprinter which proved such a disappointment at the Fair Grounds last winter and which is owned by Col W E Applegate Jack Hare Jr is ostensibly as good as ever as far as bis workouts are con ¬ cerned and many contend that he did not like tin Fair Grounds track and that this accounts for hi poor performances over it Jockeys George Moles worth and William Wright will accompany the Ferriss stable north Official English Racing Statistics: Owners, Sires and Trainers Which Led the Winning Lists of 1919. OFFICIAL ENGLISH RACING STATISTICS Owners Sires and Trainers Which Led the Win nine Lists of 1919 LONDON England March 111 Seventeen owners ownerswon won 3UUU and more in English racing last year The corrected list with the winners races and totals won is isOwner Owner AVIiinerslaees Amount AmountLord Lord Glanely 41 ir51ir ir51irEarl Earl of Derby 120 411 1 IVIS IVISSir Sir E Ilulton Ill 35 73liO 73liOLord Lord Astor 4 1HJ 7 i iMajor Major I McCalmont i 1 7007 7007s s H Joel ir i7 ririso ririsoL L Ifobinson and AV Clark 7 13 47 Hil2 Hil2W W 51 G Singer 51 17 47IU5 47IU5Captain Captain G Loder 13 111 45i3 45i3Uichard Uichard Croker 41780 41780National National Stud 10 Hi 41117 41117Earl Earl of Jersey li 13 3 SirM Fitz Gerald li 13 ISSIIMO ISSIIMOIady Iady James Douglas 10 10 lilSr lilSrJ J Musker 111 3 i T14li8 T14li8L L Neumann 3 10 300li 300liEarl Earl of Durham Ill ill A 30085 The corrected and official list of 30000 win ¬ ning sires in England in 151 is given below with their winners races and amounts won wonSire Sire AVinnersKaces Amount AmountThe The Tetrarch 13 111 13 KSH KSHOrbv Orbv dead HO 40X 113173 113173Polymelus Polymelus 30 51 113H70 113H70Sunstar Sunstar HI 3Sir lor37 lor37Swynford Swynford 1 i H 71145 71145Hachelors Hachelors Double HI 4H 704S5 704S5Valens Valens 15 H7 T33H7 T33H7Lemberg Lemberg IS 31 liHrilO liHrilOMarcovil Marcovil dead H3 li 5SH5I5 5SH5I5Charles Charles OMallev HO 3i 5574S 5574SSantoi Santoi 17 31 530HO 530HOKoi Koi Herode HH 38 5H030 5H030Spearmint Spearmint 15 HO 51407 51407Hayardo Hayardo dead 1H IS 50570 50570Stonioway Stonioway S i 47C80 47C80Buckwheat Buckwheat Australia IS H7H 45i55 45i55Cicero Cicero 15 Htij 45HHO 45HHOPrince Prince Palatine France 1H IS 4 45 SH SHBridge Bridge of Karn Hi Hii 43SHO 43SHOChaucer Chaucer 17 HI 4H74K 4H74KCylgad Cylgad 15 30 4HC45 4HC45Simon Simon Square 17 33 3SI50 3SI50Lomond Lomond 13 HH 37750 37750Stcdfast Stcdfast 7 15G 37I05 37I05Koyal Koyal Kealm 51 HOVi 37175 37175Tracery Tracery S 1H 3 irl3 irl3Atiuascutum Atiuascutum S 13 3HH40 3HH40The The twelve leading trainers of the 151 racing season each sent out winners of more than 10001 as follows followsTrainer Trainer AYiniirs Knees Amount AmountAlec Alec Taylor H3 3 171035 171035F F H Barling HO 44 151HH 151HHlion lion G Lambton 31 ili I4tH5 I4tH5II II S Persse IS 3 1H4SO 1H4SOP P P Gilpin 13 H5 77 77It It Day HI 31 OS375 OS375H H L Cottrill Hi 33 liii7i liii7iII II Lines Hi H7 lilMO lilMOS S Loates 151 34 5070 5070Captain Captain Dewhurst IS H7 r7535 r7535F F Hartignn 17 H7 515111 515111F F Uach 11 HH 40570 Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF There is thought to be a chance that the Canadian racing reform bill will not be received or acted iipnn this spring and that racing in Canada will go on in the same old way for a season at least leastFrancis Francis Nelson vill officiate as a steward in the stand at Howie Md and leaves for Haltimore to ¬ morrow to take M his duties As usual lie will ollieiate on the better Canadian courses this year yearThe The report of old Holsters death from Howie was evidently incorrect as the wellbred old gelding was at work at the Howie track yesterday morning and is likely to be ashiri cpnttjndijr inUij early races there Duke tf Devonshire iiil C K Anderson are bears at Tijuana Anderson ha been nicknamed Hrains for some reason probably activity and the Duke lias won six of his last nine races in lower California and is locally referred to as a regal horse and one that led Jolircn home homeDaily Daily Uacing Forms Canadian representative W V Hewitt of Toronto lias been appointed in charge of the Canadian hockey team to play at Antwerp Helgiuni April MIW lie and Mrs Hew ¬ itt sail from St Johns X H April They ex ¬ pect to return before the spring meeting at Toronto begins beginsThe The Colin colt Compadre in the Jniney Stable is an eiiiiue character lie is intelligent and oms of the quickest of breakers Hut Compadre will not work though in races he does his best At the bar ¬ rier he is as ijtiick as a cat and while he seldom goes to a false start he is usually first away and hard to catch Jim Fitzsimmons his trainer de ¬ clares that he outguesses the starter and the colt certainly likes racing A Monster Oyster Of Singapore MONSTER OYSTER OF SINGAPORE From time to time sportsmen of all sorts delight to air the record weights of the specimens they cap ¬ ture the pike coming in for a goodly share of the glory of the scales The old angling stager also airs the aggregate weight of his lish rather than that of individuals except here and there u specimen lish courts a ijuilldip all to itself Now as to crabs and lobsters The largest edible crab of which I have any record was one of thirteen pounds rather a coarsegrained fellow I should say and the heaviest lobster was twelve pounds Perhaps oysters do not count but probably the fellow that took the cuke was a Singapore oyster Tridacne gigantea ex ¬ hibited at the Fisheries Exhibition in 1SS3 whose shell was three feet four inches by two feet two inches The chaps weight with his clothes on was about 370 pounds Such a mollusc would make a nice titbit for a party armed with knife and fork and a gallon of vinegar Fishing Gazette Dates For Belmont Park's Stakes DATES FOR BELMONT PARKS STAKES The AVestchester the following dates for the running of its stake races to be decided in the course of its coming spring meeting at Helmont Park ParkMonday Monday May HI New York Steeplechase 4 yearolds and over Metropolitan Handicap three yearolds and over overTuesday Tuesday May H5 Garden City Handicap three yearolds and over overWednesday Wednesday May Hli Hollis Stakes Selling threeyearolds and o oThursday Thursday May H7 twoyearolds twoyearoldsFriday Friday May HS Haysidc Handicap threeyear olds and over overSaturday Saturday May HS Fashion Stakes twoyearold fillies AVlthers Stakes threeyearolds threeyearoldsMonday Monday May 31 Juvenile Stakes twoyearolds Toboggan Handicap threeyearolds and over overTuesday Tuesday June 1 International Steeplechase fouryearolds and over overWednesday Wednesday June H Centreport Handicap three yearolds and over overThursday Thursday June 3 Ladies Handicap threeyear olds and over overFriday Friday June 4 Westbury Handicap threeyear olds oldsSaturday Saturday June 5 fouryearolds and over Suburban Handicap three yearolds and over overMonday Monday June 7 Little Neck Handicap Ihree ycarolds and over overTuesday Tuesday June S Harlem Stakes Selling three yearolds and over overWednesday Wednesday June S Keene Memorial S takes two yearolds yearoldsThursday Thursday June 10 Grand National Steeplechase fouryearolds and over overFriday Friday June 11 Jnogne Handicap threeyear olds and over overSaturday Saturday June 1H Amateur Cup threeyearolds and over Coaching Club American Oaks three yearold fillies Bclmont Stakes threeyearolds French Racing Statistics Of 1919 FRENCH RACING STATISTICS OF 1919 The official figures of Fnnch racing show the ten leading owners and winners and over to be as follows followsOwners Owners Knees KneesA A Eknayan W K Vanderbilt 3 3Paron Paron E de Kothsehild 37 37J J I Colin 31 31A A de KothscljUd 1 Jean Prat 15 1 llennessy 1 H HA A Pelleriu 7 7Jean Jean Lieux X Halli 1 The French the races are tabled below Amount Sire Sireftl7i5 Amount ftl7i5 Aerwood 30110 nilMH Prestige Hsiu5 4S 5 Aerdnn 3S50 Mordant I 77IW San Souci II IIsel HlililO sel 34 575 Predicateur Hi4ro armes 1S70 Saint Just H55M5 30Hi5 Record Of Two Dead Selling Racers RECORD OF TWO DEAD SELLING RACERS RACERSThe The horses AV AV Hastings and Hajazet which lost their lives while en route north from New Orleans were of no great prowess in racing but managed to win enough now and then to rank in the moderately useful class of selling platers Their achievements in their years of racing were as followsW follows W AV Hastings ch g 1015 by Harrigan Royal RoyalLady Lady by Royal Flush III Year Age Sts 1st Hd 3d Unp Won S HI 0453 Bajazct l r 1015 by Idrini Skirts by Age Sts 1st tid 3d Unp AVon Work-Outs At The Bowie Track WORKOUTS AT THE BOWIE TRACK HOWIE Md March LiThe following work ¬ outs took place over the Howie track this morning 231 ThroeEighths Mile 13 140 Calitan 13 ing Herod HerodIH 105Bolstcr 411 411HHIi IH HH5 e Blcnet HHIi Bondage US S SHHlBrookland HOT luize HHlBrookland J7 J7187Challenge j73 1 3 enelope 187Challenge 10 15 Imntoni Fair JHJ Cobalt Lass 3 1 1HlOComacho Hll lureell HlOComacho Ill 5 H1H Inrcnzl 154 Coombs li i iHHSCrystal lurilms HHSCrystal Ford IH IHHHtiDominlcan HH3 anlalus HHtiDominlcan IH IHHHIiGain HI rue as Steel SteeltS HHIiGain de Cause tS S S1L5 HOH Waterproof 1L5 Garbage 3 HHHYounecd HOfjllltion II 4H 4HHHSAlex 4HH IHHalf H Half Mile HHSAlex Gctz 53 5315JAlma HUi Ina Kay 15JAlma H 5 ri i ilit Hl7Iack K lit Ballast 54 54HHliEl USJoan of Arc HHliEl Mahdi 5H 5HHKiEttahe H17Kirah HKiEttahe 51 51HHH HHHMurphy HHH Frank Monroe 5H 5HHHOHackamore HHOHackamore 53 riliiTailor Maid riveEighths Mile Mile30Ilnck 30Ilnck Shot l0t I HHHMadrone H5Jean Pullantl07 17HNebraska Three Quarters Mile MileHSOClins HSOClins FrancislH3 I H30Onico HHSKing NeptnelH4 HlTKed Domino One Milo MiloH30Antoinette H30Antoinette 15S HHJMargery 70Austral 15H I 117Mock Orange IllClean Gone 150 J05S Gatewood Kentucky Derby And Preakness KENTUCKY DERBY AND PREAKNESS NEW YOKK X Y March Lli The Preakness Stakes will be n i at Pimlico on May IS This will give the Ke tncky Derby runners ample op ¬ portunity to reac Pimlico in time to take part in the big Iimli o race Last year there were but four days int rvening between the two races this year there will be ten days daysThe The second annual running of the Pimlico Oaks has been scheduled for May The Piinlico Nurs ¬ ery is to be run on the opening day May 1 The Spring Handicap May 1 the Green Spring Valley Steeplechase Handicap May S and the Spring Juvenile Stakes on May 1 English Stake Dates For 1920 ENGLISH STAKE DATES FOR 1920 Queens Prize Kempton Park Monday April r Lancashire Handicap Steeplechase Monday MondayGreat April r Great Metropolitan Stakes Tuesday April HO City and Suburban Stakes Wednesday April HI Two Thousand Guineas AVednesday April H One Thousand Guineas Friday April 30 Chester Cup AVcdnesday May r Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap Saturday SaturdayManchester May S Manchester Cup Friday May HS The Derby AVednesday June H The Oaks Friday June 4 Itoyal Hunt Cup AVednesday June 15 Liverpool Cup Friday July 113 Stewards Cup Goodwood Tuesday July H7 Prince Edward Handicap Saturday Sept 4 St Leger Stakes Wednesday Sept S Duke of York Stakes Saturday Oct SI Cesarewitch Stakes Wednesday Oct 13 Cambridgeshire Stakes Wednesday Oct H7 Liverpool Autiiwu Cup Friday NuV la Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA FRIDAY MARCH 20 1920 Oriental Park One hundred aiitl eighth day Cu American Jockey anil Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather clear temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward C J Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge W H Shelley Starter James Hilton Ki ins Secretary Martin Xathanson Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 200 p in W indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fi ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse a weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance i JXO7 FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Purse 5600 3ye TCVcf U olds Maidens Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt StrFln Jockeys Owners 10470 LUC IE MAY w 107 5 1 1i 1 1U in A Pick ns X K Deal 05051 251 251403702DOXATELLO 403702DOXATELLO wi 104 1 3 2i 21 25 2s J Fletcher T Ireland 222 452 10489 AlRGIE LEE w 103 4 2 5U 31 3 3 E AtkinsnU Setty 3J 3J 31 757 lfii OJ = R LESTER w 104 0 6 0 5J 5 4 = W Brown B E Graham 5 5521 55214037fl 4037fl DIXIE FLYER w US 3 5 3i 4 4 o1 F Wilson C F Tanner 3 3 3J 757 40409 HERSELF w 101 24 4 ° t 0 fi A Tryon C E St Clalr 15 15 15 G 3 3Time Time 24 49i 103 110 Track slow 2 mutiiels paid Lucie May S410 straight 2SO place 2iiO show Donatella 320 place 2 show Yirgie Leo 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent hooking odds Lucie May 105 to 100 straight 40 to 100 place 25 to 100 show Donntcl CO to 100 place 30 to 100 show Virgin Lee SO to 100 show showWinner Winner 15 f by King James Helle of Oakley by Ilimyar trained by 15 I Carter brrd by 3 Henry P Oxnard OxnardWent Went to post at 243 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third t me UCIE MAY sprinted into n long lead after rounding the far turn but tired badly in the la eighth DONATELLO finished fast and gaining and would probably have beaten the winner in a tv mirc strides VI HO IK LEE only ran fairly well DIXIE FLYEH began slowly slowlyScratched Scratched Kill Leenrack 10S 10SOverweights Overweights K Lester 1 pound SECOND RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 102 Purse GOO 3yearolds a upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt siStrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P Hi 1 8 CAFETERIA wi 4 104 7 1 3h 2 2l 1 A Tryon L H Baxter 31 4 4 854 50501 GOLDEN RED wit 5 114 4 2 Il 1J 2s M MounfnI 1 Moore 2 3 053 053454V 454V SAYOXA w 1 104 3 3 4i 5 4t 3l W Jarrell A C Henderson 4 4 4 S5 4 4lOmOFREDK lOmOFREDK MILLER w 7 103 20 fi 0 0 4 F Wilson C L Tanner 0 C fi 2i 0 004H9XAOMI 04H9XAOMI WALTON wi 107 0 r r = 3 3nt ri 1 Fletcher H A Cotton 3 3 3 C5 1 4 VADA RELLE v 107 1 4 2 4t 5 = f W Rrown J OSullivan 333 05 3 304HPASSIOX 04HPASSIOX w 7 107 57 7777 E AtkinsnF Delbarrio 4 4 4 S5 4 4Time Time 24 49 117 Track slow 2 niutucls paid Cafeteria 1550 straight 720 place 390 show Golden Red 5 0 place 3i how Say nia 10 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Cafetcra 075 to 100 straight 200 to 100 place 95 to 100 show Golden Hei ISO to 100 place 75 to 100 show Sayona 105 to 110 show showWinner Winner Oh f by Abe Frank Snllice by AVoolsthorpo trained by L II Raster bred by Mr 15 Iramniell IramniellWent Went to post at 305 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv in CAFETEIUA was saved to the stretch turn then easily passed GOLDEN HED in the last eight md won going away GOLDEN HED set the pace and drew away into a long lead after rounding the f urn but tired liadly near the end HAYONA finished well 1ASSION began lint footed THIRD RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 600 3yearolds an upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 udex Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H G P S 0351 DELAXCEY vs7I05 7 2 l A Pickens A Lezama 04tMlXOIE w 4 lOTilO r 2h A Finley M E Thompson 12 12 12 0503 1 PEACEFUL STARwn 7 inr 3 n nt0488 7 5J 3 AV Taylor 7 C Mayes 10 10 30 4 t0488 15URLINGAME wn G 103 4 4 5 fit 4J A Tryon H Bowen 10 10 8 3 0475 WHIPPRWILL ws i 5 10S 510 510G471 10 8 51 F Wilson K Spence G471 = HELEN ATKIX w 5 104 1 7 704172EXCORE 3 21 G1 AV Brown G Holmes 04172EXCORE w i S lOfi 2 5 2 3k 7k J Fletcher Ti B Rice Ricefi 0431 SKEER FACE w wit i 7 107 f 1 3 340457RA1LRIRD IP fi Pi S M MounfnW C Weant WeantS S5 2 2 452 45240457RA1LBIRD 40457RA1LRIRD w WH 4 103 S S SI0480MAY 7i S S1 t 9 O1 E AtkinsnF Delbarrio S 8 S 3 8i 8iI0480MAY I0480MAY MAULSBY ws wsl 5 5 101 9 1 2 4 10 10 AV larrell J M Cooper 12 12 12 o 2J 2JTime Time 24 49 l165 Track slow 2 inntnels paid Delancey 1310 straiglit fSOO place 020 show Xoio 2000 place 1350 show careful Star flVJO show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Delancey 555 to 100 straight 330 to 100 place 210 to 100 show Xoio 13S o 100 place 575 to 100 show Peaceful Star 000 to 100 show showinner inner 15 g by IJoek Sand Delusion by Meddler trained by W 1 Daly bred by Mr August I5el lont lontLent Lent to post at 320 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ug DELANCEY set a good pace saved ground when entering the homestretch and hung on resolutel ihen challenged at the eighth post ZOIE closed a big gap but swerved over to the inside in the las ighth 1EACEKIL KTAIt finished fast on the inside SKEEK FACE HELEN ATKIX and ENCOltl nit in the stretch stretchScratched Scratched 10471 = Quin 10S 404no = Pnnctnal 03 Overweights Delancey 1 pound Zoie 3Vi Peaceful Star 1 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards March C 1918 141 2 117 Purse GOO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 udex Horses AAVtPPSt I StrFin Jockeys 0353 FRAXK KEOGII w 5 113 5 4 31 3 4 2 Il F AVilson J de Estrnmpes 5 5 2 1 i 02BEX IHTLER w 4 1 7 fi 1 1 l l04U4IMAXS 1 2 1 Fletcher G P Sherman Shermanl 8 S 3 85 04U4IMAXS CHOICE ws i 10S 3 1 4U 4 2 l 3 3 = E AtkinsnL Baxter 4 A S5 45 0501 AAILD THYME wis 0 111 23 G fis 5 5050U3ZIXXIA 4 = 4 ° AV Taylor H T Bangs 050U3ZIXXIA w 0 111 1 2 7 7 7 7B48J M MounfnC H Rowe 2J L 2i 1 12 12B48J B48J LITTLE BUSS v 5 10S fi 5 2 = 2 3 3043IRED 5 C = AV Rrown T Cheek 10 10 10 4 2 2043IRED 043IRED AV1LL1AM w 4 IM 4 7 r 5 fi fi1 1 7 7 A Tryon AV C AVeant 8585853513 8585853513Time Time 25 50 117 147 150 Track slow 2 mutnels paid Frank Keogh 3200 straight 1710 place if040 show I5en I5utler 1020 place ISO show Maxims Choice 310 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Frank Keogh 1530 to 100 straight 755 to 100 place 220 to 100 show 15ei utler 410 to 100 place 140 to 100 show Maxims Choice 55 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Hen Trovato Mahala by Carlton Grange trained by 1 Hope bred by Mr Overtor f Chenault ChenaultWent Went to post at 349 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the line FRANK KEOGH wore HEN I5UTLEH down in tin stretch outgamed him in the final drive and on going away HEN HITLKIt raced into a long lead quickly but was unduly rushed and tired badlv i the last quarter MAXIMS CHOICE ran well ZINNIA had a rough race KED WILLIAM could Iver get up upScratched Scratched 10501 Hrcr Fox 104 40514 Shiro 10S 5trO FIFTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 138 Vs 5 105 Purse 600 3ycarolds OtFti JL Claiming Net value to winner 450 second S100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U Str Fin Jockeys Owners IM83SEA PR1XCE w 101 1 C fi r r p li A Tryon H E Swan 222 45 25 25r OI30MIXERAL OI30MIXERALi58HUSH w 37 4 4 1 I1 in 1 2 F Wilson K Spence r r 5 2 i i58HUSH w 104 3 1 54 5 4 4 31 AV Brown F Hart 444 S5 45 Mounfn7 J OMallcy 21 21 2 1r 25 505 = MAJOR BRADLEY w lOt G 4 M 5488DRUSILLA wi 94 2 41 4 5 AV Jarrell H Durke 444 S5 45 J3y SENTRY C 13 AtkinsnL Laughlin Time 26 51 l17i l45J3 Track slow 2 mutuels paid Sea Prince 700 straight flSO place 5300 show Mineral 550 place 320 show nsh 30J show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Sea Prince 280 to 100 straight 140 to 100 place 50 to 100 show Mineral 5 to 100 place 01 to 100 show Hush SO to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch c by Sea King Danceress by Ogden trained by I J Ilak bred by Mr John E Mad n nWent Went to post at 415 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the me SEA PIUNCE a slow beginnej was outrun for the first half but slipped through on the inside ter rounding the far turn and wearing MINERAL down won drawing clear MINERAL set a good ice but tired after racing MA1OK 11KADLEY and SENTKY into defeat IIISH finished gamely AIOU I5UADLKY ran well to the last eighth eighthScratched Scratched 04 0 = 15ardora 108 108Overweights Overweights Hush 1 pound Major Hradley 1 Drusilla 1 O SIXTH RACE 1 18 Miles Jan 18 1920 l50 i G 105 Purse 700 4yearolds fK 33tO 33tOuf uf and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 idex Horses AAVtPPSt 1A StrFin Jockeys Owners 401s GREAT GULL w T 10T S 5 2s 2l 21 2t 12 il MoinfnC K Moore 3 3 3wi 0500 XODIAC wi 9 104 4 2 1 = I1 I1 l k 21 AV Brown B E Graham 5 500 KEY EXXIS w fi 102 a 7 41 3i 3 = 3 3l J Fletcher L Crist 7 1 1w OJiO SOLID ROCK w 7 102 2 3 u 5i 4s 4 = 4 E AtklnsnO E Van AVinklo 2J 500 = THE TALKEIl wi I fi 3 S 7s 7 = 74 fi3 5 5t t W V Jarrell J S Baldwin G I 4203HUCK XAIL w S 104 0 4 fi fil fiik ri f F AVilson L F OLeary 1J 2 2420L1TTLE 11 21 1 12 420L1TTLE XEAIiER w 11 105 1 1 S S S S 7t A Tryon Jamaica Stable 4 f i 5 2 1 0505 SIL SAXDALS w C 92 7 G 3 4i link 7 = 8 L AVoous A Lezama C i iTime U 2J fi5 Time 2C 51 118 144 158 Track slow 2 mutnels paid Great Gull 1570 straight S770 place 480 show Xodiac 550 place 300 show Ennis 430 show showEquivalent y Equivalent looking odds Great Gull OS5 to KM straight 2S5 to 100 place 1 10 to 100 s ihow Xodiac i to 1OO place 80 to 110 show Hey Ennis 115 to 100 show showWinner Winner P g by Pryn Mawr Flaming Flamingo by Cesarion trained by C K Moore MooreJ J Young YoungWent Went to post at 439 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second mil third the ne GHEAT GULL followed XODIAC closely until straightened out in the stretch where he moved up adilv and outgamed the leader The latter set a good puce on the inside saved ground on the turns 1 finished well HEY ENNIS raced forwardly but tired in the last sixteenth sixteenthOverweights Overweights Xodiac 2 pounds English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates Days DaysXottiiighatn Xottiiighatn Spring Monday March 20 2 2Kempton Kempton Park Easter Monday April 5 1 1Xewcastle Xewcastle Spring Monday April 5 2 2Xewbnry Xewbnry Spring Friday April 0 Xewmarkct Craven Tuesday April 13 Epsom Spring Tuesday April 20 Xewmarket First Spring Tuesday April 27 Chester Tuesday May 4 1 1Kempton Kempton Park Spring Friday May 7 2 2Xewmarket Xewmarket Second Spring Tuesday May 11 Manchester AVhitsuntide Wednesday May 25 4 4Epsom Epsom Summer Derby and Oaks Tuesday TuesdayJune June 1 4 4Xcwbury Xcwbury Summer AVednesday June 0 2 2Ascot Ascot Tuesday June 15 4 4Xewcastle Xewcastle Summer Tuesday June 22 3 3Xewmarket Xewmarket First July Tuesday June 29 4 4Nottingham Nottingham July Mouilay July 5 2 Newmarket Second July Tuesday July 13 Sandown Park Eclipse Friday July 10 Liverpool July AVednesday July 21 Goodwood Tuesday July 27 Hrightou August Tuesday August 3 Nottingham Summer Monday August 9 Stockton Summer Tuesday August 17 York August Tuesday August 24 Derby Summer Tuesday August 31 Newbnry Autumn Friday September 24 24AAestern AAestern Ayr AAednesday September 15 Doucaster St Leger Tuesday September 7 Newmarket First October Tuesday September 21 21Nottingham Nottingham Autumn Monday October 4 Ilaydock Park October Wednesday Octolnr 0 0Kempton Kempton Park October Friday October 8 Newmarket Second October Tuesday October 12 12Newcastle Newcastle Autumn Tuesday October 19 Sandown Park Autumn Thursday October 21 21Newmarket Newmarket noiighton Tuesday October 23 Liverpool Autumn AVednesday November 10 I IDerby Derby November Wednesday November 17 Manchester November Thursday November 25 General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DA DAGeneral General Weather Forecast The storm will pu away today but the western disturbances wi prevent any clearing up in the middle western set tions for any considerable period although prt cipitation at this time cannot be definitely pre dieted It is probable however that by Sunda there will be a movement eastward of the wester storms accompanied again by general precipitatior The temperature changes will be inconsequential inconsequentialGovernment Government forces at Wesel are strongly in trenched north of the Lippe River and arobein constantly reenforced by armed farmers and hour geoisie from towns near by the frontier th correspondent of the Amsterdam Telegraaf say The red armys trenches are but little over a hal mile distant from those occupied by the defender of Wesel and are manned by about 0000 men Th red forces also are increasing it issaid Casual ties In the ranks of tfce communists up till las night were about sixty dead and 100 wounded Southwest of the scene of the fighting near West are Helgian forces which have been withdraw to the left bank of the Rhine from the bridgehea formerly occupied on the right bank In additio to the Helgians French troops equipped wit artillery are arriving Soldiers in the communis army receive 30 marks a day with rations De cision not to abandon the struggle in the Huh district of Germany was reached at a meeting o representatives of lalxir councils of the Rhinelaiu and Westphalia at Essen The only condition un der which the workers will consent to peace is th withdrawal of government forces from the Muenste military district says a dispatch received here Coal trains to Holland from the Ruhr district arc operating normally although the crews are some times threatened by Spartacists In the event o trouble witlt the soviet adherents this country wil combat the movement with local detachments o troops Aolunteers have been mobilized on tin frontier at Hosheerenberg HosheerenbergAll All moving of household goods in Chicago stoppp eslerday when 1500 members of the van drivers helpers and chauffeurs union local 711 left theii jobs and struck for a raise of 10 a week The re receiving at the present time from 30 to 3 week They demand in addition time and one nlf for all overtime after 5 oclock at night The union includes practically every moving 11111 nnd experienced helper in the city Meanwhile 42 f their employers members of the Aran Owners ssociation affixed their signatures to an ironclad greement not to yield to the unions demands unti heir executive committee told them to Thousand f hiiuseliolders who wish to move between now and lie first of May are asking themselves what thej vill do or can do Profiteering landlords also vho have raised rentals are wondering how thev an get recalcitrant tenants out of their flats il Ihere are no movers available to move their goods u answer was given to these queries by Carl Howe secretary of the moving drivers union V lint telling nobody what to do except onr own nenibers If you want to pay the union price yon an get some men and a wagon and move yourself s soon as any of the bosses pay the union scale of 40 a week they can get all the moving men thev eed If you own your own wagon go ahead ml move all you want to we aint trying to stop uibody If any of the members want to go out md get a wagon and go into the moving business ure they can do it I guess the bosses will come o their senses when they see the business getting iway from them We aint worried worriedUnofficial Unofficial reports of the census bureaus prelimi inry estimate of Chicagos 1020 census forwarded 0 Washington for verification showed the citys lopulation yesterday to be 2884827 making it tin ourth city in the world This figure which may e changed after a check has been made represents n increase of 32 per cent over the 1011 count iIiich was 2185283 and means a steady growth f 70000 persons a year during that period Only hree cities of more than 100000 population reported bus far have been given an equal rate of growth y the current census Chicagos new figures show he city is creeping up on New York and has now lore than half the population of the largest city ccording to the hitters estimates Chicago also as moved up to fourth place in the list of the orlds large cities passing the last estimate of aris population by 717 In the estimate of the resent census Caucasians with American anlee ents form 320 per cent of the citys people lie other race the negro and thirteen other na onalities are shown to figure in the population to lie extent of one per cent or more moreThe The chamber of deputies at Rome discussed a ill proposing to transform the large almost feudal states in Sicily into modern holdings for intensive intensiveiltnre iltnre The report on the bill presented by lepnties Pecoraro and Micheli Catholics and acirca socialist described the condition of Si Silian lian agriculture as mediaeval and harrowing The states worked by the peasants the report declared ere owned by millionaires who never even visited icir lands simply pocketing the profits and spend ig them in Home Paris and Madrid Energetic eps to check the strike movement throughout taly have been taken by the government and prcsentativcs of several provinces who met and Idressed an appeal to parliament urging that im icdiate steps lie taken against socialist agitators lorence siems to be a point where the situation The seriousThe serious German cabinet headed by Premier Gustav auer bus resigned according to a message re ived in Paris from Hcrlin yesterday The allies ive not as yet given or refused permission for erman regular troops to enter the allied zone of rcupation or the neutral zone to the east estab sheil by the treaty of Aersailles according to iniofficial information What has been done i the allies it is semiofficially stated is to reach 1 agreement as to the guarantees to be de ¬ nuded from Germany in the event she desires to igage in military operations in the zones in icstion Eventual permission for her to do so will pcnd upon her previous acceptance of the con tions According to the same source there is no irther question of interallied intervention in the ihr district and the impression prevails in offi ¬ cial circles that there will be hesitation on the part of the Germans themselves to engage in operations there under the conditions the allies will impose imposeCopies Copies of indictments charging coal mine oper ¬ ators and some union officials with conspiracy ti violate the federal law which prohibits fixing of coal prices or of coal production will be mailed from Indianapolis this week to the states in which the various defendants reside it was stated by fed ¬ eral officials One hundred and twentyfive men are named in the indictments fiftyfive of them residing in Indiana All except thirteen of the Indiana defendants have been taken into custody or have surrendered themselves and they have iMeii released on bonds Copies of the indictments it was said must be mailed to federal authorities in Illinois Ohio and Pennsylvania where the remain ¬ ing defendants reside before a list of the men named will be given publicity according to the district attorneys office officeWhile While pressing their original demand for a 00 per cent wage increase anthracite mine workers declared they will not accept less than 45 710 per cent Hccanse of greater skill required in hard coal mines these diggers until recent years re ¬ ceived more pay than soft coal workers accord ¬ ing to officials of their union This difference however has not been maintained and hard coal diggers declare they are entitled to IS 710 per cent in addition to the 27 per cent wage increase granted bituminous workers workersA A dispatch of yesterday from Warsaw says more than 2000 Poles repatriated from southern Hussia by the American Hed Cross have arrived there this week and preparations are being made to receive 5000 each week until midsummer Two million Polish refugees are still missing from their country Hed Cross officials say in spite of the large number returning Labor conditions which were deplorable luring the last winter are expected to improve oon oonThe The death of Gen Hernhard Emil Koerner the noted German officer who directed the reorganiza ¬ tion of the Chilean army after the civil war ot 1801 in that country was announced yesterday at llerlin by the Aossische Xeitung General Koerner ivent to Chile in 1S05 and after his work in reor ¬ ganizing the army there served as chief of the general staff He was born in 1840 1840The The use of strikebreakers by the United Fruit Lompany to handle incoming freight at New York irecipitated Jhe threat of a boycott of all coast ivise freight by 10000 dock workers of six eastern railroads Leaders of the striking longshoremen md allied pier workers declared the railroad em ¬ ployes would refuse to handle shipments if the itrikebreakers were not withdrawn withdrawnHolland Holland is mobilizing three military classes for Inly along the German frontier according to a Rotterdam dispatch to the Ixnidon Star The Dutch tovernment is taking this action as a measure of irecaiition because of the severe fighting between ipposing German factions which has recently taken dace iii territory contiguous to Holland HollandThe The announced personnel of the new coalition rabinet of Germany has been withdrawn by the overnment as a result of the protests of the abor union workingmen said a Central News dis uitch from Herlin yesterday afternoon Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 CubaAmerican Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba Xovcmber 27 1510 to March 28 1920 110 days daysMutuels Mutuels and books Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mex MexBeginning Beginning January 24 and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutnels Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince PrinceGeorge George Park Bowie Md April 1 to April 15 13 days Mntuel Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association AssociationHavre Havre de Grace Md April 10 to April 30 13 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Lexington Ky KyApril April 24 to May 5 10 days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May 1 to May 18 15 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill Downs Louis ¬ ville Ky KyMay May S to May 29 19 days Mntuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L I IMay May 15 to May 22 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Clnb AVoodbine Park Toronto Ont OntMay May 22 to May 29 7 days Mntuels Montreal Driving Club Delorimier Park Montreal MontrealQue Que May 22 to May 29 7 days Mutuels Westchester Racing Association Helmont Park ParkQueens Queens L L LMay May 24 to June 12 IS days Oral Dorval Jockey Club Dorval Park Montreal Que June 1 to June S 7 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Latonia Ky KyJune June 2 to July 7 31 days Mutnels Montreal Jockey Club Blue Bonnets SInntreal SInntrealQue Que QueJune June 10 to June 17 7 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Clnb Jamaica L L LJune June 14 to June 23 9 days Oral onnaught Park Jockey Clnb Connaught Park ParkOttawa Ottawa Out OutJune June 19 to June 20 7 days Mutuels Queens County Jockey Club Aqueduct L L LJune June 24 to July 13 17 days Oral Niagara Racing Association Fort Erie Out OutJune June 29 to July 0 7 days Mutuels lamiltnn Jockey Club Hamilton Out July S to July ir 7 days Mutnels Cmpire City Racing Association Yonkers X Y YJuly July 14 to July 31 10 days Oral iVindsor Jockey Club Windsor Out OutJuly July 17 to July 24 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving Club Delorimier Park Montreal MontrealQuo Quo QuoJuly July 17 to July 24 7 days Mutuels enilworth Park Jockey Club Kenilworth Park ParkWindsor Windsor Out OutJuly July 27 to August 3 7 days Mutuels laratoga Racing Association Saratoga Springs XY August 2 to August 31 20 days Oral Havana Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, March 27. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Saturday March 27 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK SLOW The figures under the heading Reo in the entries below show the best time of each horse at the distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record was mado on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner runnerjj jj Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs 3vearolds and upward Maiming Track record Jan 24 117 105 f 5 102 102Todays Todays TodaysInd Ind Horse AVt Rec AWtHan 40443 Revelry James 10 107 S 109X725 10514s James G 10 100 Jr 0 108X720 405142 Prince Honero 10l 107 5 103X715 404 43 Mack Ilealey Ill l0rs 4103X715 40501 Flying Dart 11010 5101X710 40517 Hlanchita 110 107 Vr 7101X710 10303 Veymoiith Girl 102 100 4 101X705 40514 Shiro Ill 107 h 5 103 705 I04502 Doubting Thomas ThomasM M 100108 4 105 705 10322 Vulcainu M 105 109 4100700 4034 Red 100 107 4 100 700 1050 tnar 10S 1 OS 5 100X700 100X700Second Second Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Claiming Track record Jan S 1920 111 0 102 10007 107 = Lenora P S4 113 100X 100X725 40531 31 Sentry 101 113 108 720 40501 Sherry 100X715 40531 Drusilla 02115 105715 404833 Mary Fitxhugh 105 115 100 710 4IM83 Hot Foot 110115 103X710 40527 It Lester M 107 115 101 703 703Third Third Race 34 Mile MileEspMiiola EspMiiola Handicap Handicap3ycarolds 3ycarolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan S 1920 111 0 102 404191 tIMA FRANK 110111 7 115 750 40400 Hasil 110 111 0 103X740 40473 Hank ODay 123 112 8 105X740 40400 JMarse John 105 111 4 104X735 40141 tXutown tiajlUJs 5 flO 730 Ind Horse Wt Rec AWtHan 41431 JSurplice 111 4 100X730 103 113 5 100X725 tI J Maher entry entryJK JK Spence and AV A TImives entry entryFourth Fourth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record March 0 1518 141 40447 High Gear 103 143 101X725 40473s Hubbub 10 141 l4Ur f 7 740519s 1110720 40519s Salvatelle 101 143 5 54039S 105X715 4039S All Aglow 5 101 710 40501 Orleans Girl U2Olh 3 3Fifth St 705 Fifth Race 1 11G Miles 3yearolds and upward Claiming Track record Feb 1 14051S 1S118 144 A 3 12 4051S Tranliy 101 140 0 104X72 40174 Halph S 10 148 7 107 721 720 40515 Unwise Child 04 14 4 101X71 40505 Native Soil 100 148 4 100 711 710 10530 Hen Hutler M 4 100X705 10530s Maxims Choice 100 l4SJf 0 1 lOIX Oil X 705 40530 Frank Keo h 100 147 5 1 10t 10tSixth 700 Sixth Race 1 11C Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Feb 3 11S 144 Vs 02 40530 Xinnia 100 147 0 102 102X7 X 40404 Fortunes Favor 103 1481 4 101 7 40474 Cork 105 147 5 107X7 107X74G2S4 4G2S4 Jose de Aales 112 148 r 110X7 40474 = Leoma 100 l53syll 107X7 107X74037S 4037S Fountain Fay 107 140 10 1127 40401 = Guide Post 100 140 10 105 7 40505 Cliansonnette II 103 l54sy 4 10117 10117Seventh Seventh Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards 1vearolds and upward Claiming Track record March 0 101S 141 5 117 40401 AVar Tax 108 143 4 1 105X7 105X725 40421 Harlock 10S 143 l43Vh 5 51007 100720 404 3 Hnstcr Clark 107 144 4 1 D8X7 98X715 40488 Liltlecote 108 l43Vf l43Vf40505s 4 U8X7 U8X740505s U8X715 40505s Manokin 112 112143 143 0 0105X7 105X715 40517 Thorn Itluom Ill 143 0 110X715 40532 = Xodiac 108 143 9 102X710 40519 = Attorney Mulr 100 143 5 100X710 40503 Hianca 102 l47s l47s40518s 4 90X705 40518s Rhymer Ill 144 0 102 X7a 40401 Slippery Silver 90 144 4 105 700 0532 ruck Nail KXl 142 8 10ft 700 Page 4 Havana Jockey Percentages. HAVANA JOCKEY PlflUCliJ From Tan miry 1 1U1J t i 3Iarcli 1 Over OverWt Jockey JockeyCrooks Wt Jits 2d 3d Crooks W 112 7 7lOt 0 1 Carmody J lOt 384 384lot 04 Cl Brcdin X lot 4 410S 0 0 Murray T 10S flIO flIOmo 130 130 Pickens A mo 333 03 4S Chiavetta F 101 till 12 30 Kederis J 105 218 20 30 Barnes K 103 143 31 20 Wilson F 100 2 8 2 Oarncr II 102 200 21 27 IMS F IIS 10 Fa tor K 103 123 Brown W 103 ir 2 Mangan C 102 80 Gargan W 110 2ir Finlcy A 105 142 1428r Woods L 8r 132 Hunt F 10 122 Jarrcll W 2 117 Fletcher T 13 7S 7SKC Conway J KC S3 S3lot McCrann U lot 211 Connors 1 111 1H3 Trvon A 100 123 Bauer 1 112 35 Mountain M Jockey JockeyIlileman Mts 1st 1stIl9 Ilileman B Il9 14 lloffler 1 05 5 Collins A 4 2 32 Corey G 201 21 WIngfield It 110 8 Dawson J 122 S Penalver J Boyd II Atkinson K Ball It Taylor W Miller C De Mayo K Garripin C Long I White C if J C cr A Franklin 1 Anderson M Hirst C Watson 0 Collins N Gania A IVIerson U Sehlessiiiger M First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Sycarolds and upward Claiming Jan 24 1D17 l05i 5 Hilei Course Dint TlineTckOddi Wt St U W WBEVELRY itr Fin Jockeya Started Order of Flnli BEVELRY JAMES ch g 8 109 109Trainer By Star Ruby Lady Lindscy by Sir Modrcd Trainer C H Rowe Owner B Mock 411 113 Hiiva i 31 13rtfiBt 21 11 C 01 13 F ChiavtalU Bnrlingame 1 Hcaley M Mirror 4H37S Ilava i 34 131ifast 3 109 G 4 44M1 41 3s 1 Chiavta Jill Hatraek Assign 4M1 Hava i 51 f 7fast 21 110 4 3 3401H9 33 3J Jf Chiavta 8 riifrdadini1 Assign Dircc James 401H9 Hava i 34 13 fast S 109 7 0 04W1 51 4i 13 Barnes 10 llarlock Delancey Kilkenny 4W1 Hava a linVly 4G fast 10 109 7 4 4 7 7 K Barnes 7 Mbericurde M Sweep Legacy Legacyy 4 12 Havana 51 f OGtffist G 10S 9 S y 33 E Barnes Kd Cnrri Cnrrion on Frascuelo lion Otis OtisI1 45761 Ha van i 34 ifast 10 102 1 3 345G92 I1 2 B Barnes 1 Gor Kussell Harlock Un Child 45G92 Havana Im50y 117 slow 32 105 122 12245G12 33 410 E itirnes 8 Iretty Itaby Fairly Haladin HaladinG1 45G12 Havana 34 lllslow 6 109 7 4 G1 7 = ° P Merimee 7 iorkviUe Kilkenny ItDalton ItDalton7i 45339 Havana 34 l12fast 5 102 6 S 7i G J E Barnes S ICrossII Iollyanna rsourdiue 45500 Havana 34 l13fast 3 114 3 2 2J A Collins 1 liagdadine Zodiac Kncore KncoreBy JAMES G ch s G 108 108Trainer By Admonition Linolin by Requital Trainer J Hope Owner J do Estrampcs G14 Hav na 51 f lllslov S 111 9 9 S 4 3i M Mounfn AmbasMorlll IMSoncro TSnob 40319 Hav na 34 l15good S 111 1 77 774C322 52 77 A Collins 10 Tlleamer 1 Jewel Hasty Cora 4C322 Hav na 31 liVfefast 4 in 3 4 G G Gr A Collins MaRicMirror TlieSnob SopliicK 46260 Hav na 51 f 1 OSf ast 31 109 5 7 S S4G25G 71 GJ A Collins 10 Itoundcl MasicMirror TwSeven 4G25G Hav na 51 f lOSfast S 112 2 1 2 G1 9JJ A Collins 10 llosaltear MMaulsby Uatrack 46221 Ha v na 31 14 fast 5 112 1 77 S 77J A Collins S Quin Lady Lansden Clip Clip4J 45514 Hav na 51 f l Stfast 2 108 1 13 4J oJ J Carmody 8 Tree Jewej Tv Seven IronRoy 45416 Havana 34 113 fast 31 107 2 7 SJ J Mclntyre MDixon TJIIojcan TerMiss 45353 Hav i in 61 f l07fast 85 109 1 66 66PRINCE C8 31 W Crump S Unwise Child Lit One Laekrose LaekroseBy PRINCE BONERO ch s 5 103 103Trainer By Tony Boncro Lillian E by Lord Estcrling Trainer W C Westmoreland Owner V C Westmoreland UU1 Hav in i 51 f Ili44slov 5 IM 7 72 11 li F Wilson AmbasMorlll JanusU TSnob 40142 Hav in i 34 l13Vsfast 4 lir f I 4 4 4 H Garner 10 Marty Lou Daisy L Will Soon 41797 Hav in i 51 f l07fast 3 113 7 5 1 4k frl H Garner WillAVoods ISlSutUr TwSeven 40021 Hav in i 31111 fast 7 112 1 53 534G2G1 1J Ji II Garner C Kirnan Iulser Will Soon 4G2G1 Hav ma 5i f 1OS fast 4 104 4 S S S 872 T Carmody S Surtset Will Soon The Snob 40159 Hav in i 51 f 1OS fast 5 10S 4 10 9 9J G31 13 Atkinsnl2 Stiletto Theodore Fair Sureset 40123 Hav in i 34 l13fast 4 HI 3 43 2i Ln II Garner 12 Apile Jack Tlieo Fair I la ecu rat 46029 Havana 5i f l07fast 5 10r 7 77 774i9S7 fis 421 i nunt n TI niniK Jill Itella AVilfcr 4i9S7 Havana 34 l15 fcfast S 109 10 10 7 74iSG3 G1 3s F Hunt 10 Kncore Lamp Iost Top IJuns 4iSG3 Havana 61 f lCGAfast 31 109 5 S 7 02 471 W Brown 8 ULOwen Itnukc Bella Wilfer 43VSI Havana fast 10 109 10 SJ 913 W Brown 11 Leoma Apple Jack Lillian G GBy JACK HEALEY ch B 4 103 103Trainer By Dalhousie Princess Cos by Caughnawaga Trainer J Everest Owner J Everest 41101 II van a 1152 hvy 2i 2 S = J K BarntS Illiymcr Maxims Clioiw Clip 461X3 H vana 34 llSthvy 2 4 k ij K Atkinsn 8 Assign Lillian C L Lan deii 411113 H vana 34 l13 = sfast G nk 2 F Hunt 10 Burlin ami M Mirror B James 4U22 II vana 31 l12fast 5 7 = GJ F Hunt 10 Tarascon Littlecote Iron Boy 4G1SO H vana 34 l13faKt 5 9 = 95J F Hunt 11 ApJack HastyCora FrankMurke FrankMurke5i 45830 H vana 34 l12fast 8 5i 31 T Hunt 12 Ionierene Ilimiltrudc Itailbird Itailbird7J 457G1 Havana 34 1 13fast 7 7J Gi T Hunt S Gornussell Bev James Harlock Harlockt 45709 Havana 31 l13igood 3 t 3 T Hunt U Buster Clark IronBoy Blancliita 43424 Havana 1 116 lGHfast 4 107 1 1 1 2 4 G J Connors 7 Ellison The Talker Kegreso FLYING DART b in 5 101 101R By Sain Dartle by Kendal Kendalr Trainer C R Smith Owner r C R Smith 4 01 Ha na 34 l22rhvy G 103 7 3 4 41 47J E Atkinsn a Sherry U Lester Vain Chick 401G9 Ha ma 5 f l10slop 10 1 K 2 2ul 1 5 6 = G3 F Lux SI May Craig Airgie Lee llazelmit llazelmitIOC 4C97 Ha ina ul f l074ifast 20 IOC 5 5TJ 379 913 F Lux a Will Woods BButler TwSeveii 45KG Ha ina TJ f l07fcfast 12 112 5 5S 4 S 9 913 M Mounfn a Clip Sophie K Lillian G 45G2S Ha ina S f lMfchvy G 107 4 45i 238 S35 M MountnlO Iron Boy Clip D C Girl 4r CG Ha ina 5i f 103 fast 20 110 2 3 4 8H 9 3 B Kopmnll Lady Ivan The Snob Clip 4M ir Ha ina 31 l18Kslow 6 113 3 3C1 33 6s 7 M Mountn 7 Quin Count Boris Native Soil 4 035 Ha ina C1 f lOSKOod 10 HI 4 44 71 73 M Mountii 8 WCrown ConntBoris ThcoFair ilSSO Ha ina 34 l14fefast 20 101 10 105J 11 11 11 II5 R Davies 11 Fascinating Dukeltnff LMack 4175G Havana 5J f l07fast 2i 10S 6 588 88 R Davies 8 Cnscription M Wright BillyJoe BLANulIITA b in 7 101 101Trainer By Pecy oDay Countess Irma by Sir Dhcon 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