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HIGH COMMAND AT 25000 Major McDowell Now Glad His Price for Colt Was Refused Peace Pennant in Good Workout Pat Dunne an Arrival Late LateNews News of Breeding Farms TKXlVOTON ICy March 29 W F Poisons Kentucky Derby candidate Peace Pennant by Me co Mstltha worked llireeiiiarters in 11S Sat unlay morniiig at liie Kentucky Jockey Club track fir Joe S Hawkins who is training him for the Huffttlo man Another Derby eligible to cause fivorable comment by his appearance and perform ¬ McDowells High Com ¬ ance was Major Thomas C mand bv The Manager Kllenallale Hidden by Jak 1loward High Command galloped fiveeighths in 10 Just a month ago Major McDowell priced his colt for 21000 sind sis he smillingly surveyed him said I am mighty glad the gcnllemsin did n r take him I do not think I will ever again do anything so foolish sis that Major McDowell is leaving the preparation of this colt to lack Howard wlio hsss demonstrated that he is a pretty good taitier in addition to iiis riding accomplishments accomplishmentsFormer Former jockey Lloyd Gentry now trainer of the Peach Stable said Saturday afternoon that he does not want the impression to go sibroacl that Shillelagh II Kight Over Might sind Sand Hed sire seriously intended for tins Kentucky Derby They sire cligibles said he and thai is about all one csin say for them sit the present time forty days in lvsuieoof the rsice I hope they might prove to In Derby horses but tliey will Irtivr t show u men to convince us that their entry is anything lore than si compliment to tiie Kentucky Jockey Club on the part of tins stable owner ownerSuperintendent Superintendent John M Kccgan has the trsick in good condition sind if the weather stays as bright stud balmy for si dav or two sis it now is it will be lightning fast fastPat Pat Dunne sind W A MeKinnoy are the most n cent arrival here from New Orlesins Dan T Morris got in earlier in the week He brought up sevonil horses that sire to pass out of rsiciug for the present sit least Two sire the young msires I idy Pataud and Itessio Atkins which he has de ¬ cided to sell for breeding purposes purposesW W II Fixer stopped off here Ssiturday en route 1i Powie He left Little Niece and Jazz Hand at Kiiinev Nichols farm farmMiss Miss Elizabeth Daingerfields good Hamburg liiiire Lucy M which si few days sgo foaled i filly by Spanish Prince died Friday night but tin filly is being mothered by n perehoron mare Miss Daingerfield owns one of the handsomest foals of Ilie year in this section in si chestnut colt by Iltinins Cloak CloakCAMP CAMP TAYLOR KILITARY SHOW SHOWMajor Major Gordon McCoy Tnited States Army is here to arouse interest in the proposed military sind civilian horse siiow that is being projected for Camp Xacliatry Taylor near Louisville LouisvilleO O I Randolphs Little Hock by Trap Hock has a bay filly by Theo Cook CookW W K Wsilsli of Covington is hero to see his good yearling colt by Vnlcain Moonct dam of Jack Hare Jr which is at Piatts farm farmThe The action of the Court of Appeals in refusing 1 reinstsite injunctions in the cases of Nsit H Sewell and J II Allington whose seats on the workmens compensation board were taken by Fred Levy sind Alvis S Pennett appointees of Governor ICd win 1 Morrow is regarded sis si definite indica ¬ tion that no effort will be inside by members of the state racing commission who were retired in Jamniry by the action of Governor Morrow in ap ¬ pointing a new commission to regain their scats At Nursery Stud Major August Helmonis Hel vale Watorvalo Peldame has a bay filly by Hourless Moneta Spearmint Jubilee si bay colt l v Hourless Hour Hand Ktholbert Hour Glass si brown filly by Fiir Play Olympia Hock Sand Orients a chestnut filly by Fair Play and Violet Hay Hock Sand Lady Violet si bay filly by Fair Plav All these have boon mated with Fair Play PlayA A L Kirbys Miss Declare sister to Fruit Cake has a brown colt by Ha Hot and has gone to the Court of Cataract CataractHud Hud Varwig reports that Lsiily Welles has dropped a brown Col I by Psitaild sit Ills farm near Locklsind Ohio that he has named the youngster Spring Day sind that Lsidy Welles will go this sea ¬ son 10 The Msinager MsinagerClarice Clarice sind How Hells property of H II Mc Carter Potter have been shipped here from the Peqnest Stud New Jersey to be mated with Psitaud Pimlico Rich Stakes Close April 1 PIMLICO RICH STAKES CLOSE APRIL I HALTIMOHF Md March 29 Five important stakes that will have an aggregate value in added monev of 42rOO to be decided in the course of the Maryland Jockey Clubs race meeting of fifteen days May 1 to IS inclusive at Pimlico track will close on April 1 The most important of these events is the 20 0 Proakness that will be run on May IS teii days after the running at Ijjuis ville of the Kentucky Derby The others are the JCOOO Pimllcn Spring Handicap for threeyear olds and over one mile and a sixteenth to be run on May the fiOOO Green Spring Valley Steeple ¬ chase for fouryearolds sud over lo be run on May 8 the f2r 00 Spring Juveni for twoyear olds four and a half furlongs to be run on May and the sr000 Pimllco Oaks for threeyearold fillies one mile and a sixteenth to be run on May an The Pimlico Nursery a 2r 00 added money event at four and a half furlongs for twoyearolds will be run on the opening day at Pimlico May 1 No entrance fee will be charged in any of the stakes closing on April 1 The starting fee In the Preakness will be 100 Starting fees of 100 will be charged in each of the three OOO specials mid one of 10 will be charged in the Spring Juvenile More than 103000 will he distributed unions horsemen in the course of the Pimlico incct Credentials Of Golden Broom: Bred To Run Fast And Has Already Shown In Racing As A Two-Year-Old That He Is Gifted With Great Speed Exile CREDENTIALS OF GOLDEN BROOM BRED TO RUN FAST AND HAS ALREADY SHOWN II BRACING AS A TWOYEAROLD THAT HE IS GIFTED WITH GREAT SPEED Given n run no more speedy one will see the post on Derby day than the Saratoga Special winner Golden Proom whose speed is truly electrifying Mashing off in front on his maiden race last summer at Saratoga Golden Proom as the far turn was made unite put himself out of court by making a high dive for tiie outside fence and though finishing like a whirlwind ran unplaced to Truly Knral and Hasten On Sticking well to his task no bolting this time Golden Proom the second time out took the Special from Wildair and King Thrush but was of little use to the lucky Ipset and the champion Man o War in thi running of the Sanfurd Memorial after which the colt was put by for the season seasonIn In conformation Golden Hroom takes more after except in coloring Hamburg sire of his dam Xiinn than he does after the chestnut and swayback Two Thousand Guineas winner of 1I1L Sweeper Possiblv nay probably that first erratic display and subsequent early retirement from racing of Golden Hroom was due to his feet paining him but if this ailment has been successfully overcome Golden Proom must have as judged both on his performances and pedigree a great chance of being first home for this years Kentucky Derby Sweeper Golden Hrooms sire was a good but not a great race horse 1 myself wit ¬ nessed his rather feeble race behind Tagalie in the Derby and also saw him beaten by Le Lac at New ¬ market when carrying 131 pounds to US on Le Lac Sweeper however is a wellbred son of Hroomstick his dam liavello II being also tiie dam of that ugly but good race horse Frank Gill Sweeper is vet another bred in mil in to Kclipse and once again iias the expected happened for Sweeper when mated with the HamburgHerod mare Xuna has sired one of the speediest horses I have seen run in manv a long day Xuna herself won a couple of races for the late Mr Herman Duryea as a twoyearold and her dam Klizabetli L was highly regarded as a raci lilly and is by Woodlands also of the Herod per ¬ suasion and Golden Proom is a member of the best American family there is the Maria West ot much fault then can be found with Golden Hrooms inbreeding his extreme speed is admitted even though his ability to stay is not yet proven This however can be taken for granted as members of the Maria West family stay better than most and if Golden I room can be delivered at the post sound and well his chance of wimiing the big race is undeniable if only from the fact that onf r n i ii Donertil Herod and two of these are members also of the Maria West family so why not also Golden Hrooni i Honnie Scotland Scotlandt 10 K Hen HrushMW t Ivy Leaf M bay ISJKt Heform M K KMW Albm MW K 13 Gsilopin MSI vis Hond Or r I St Kdithsi Hlinkhoolie J Aline Lord Clifden Quick Msirch 1 j Stockwell Nightingale Fit5 Holand i Young Agnes Virgil Id II Hanover 1 Florence M II chestnut Hoiinie Scotland 10 K Honrbon Hello I Klla 1 1 II f Followers ft Australian 11 M t tAtrolite II j tKnqiiirer K Lizzie G 23 H t 5 The Nabob V II The Princess 1 K j Turnus 5 K i Flizahelh FlizahelhI Nan Manoil 1 K I MW o Keveiuie 10 i Nina n j Yorkshire 2 K KMW I Heraldry MW K Imported tNo family nnrahor Thirty Leading American Jockeys THIRTY LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS C Duggnn ritling at Tijuana and J Fletcher i kid rider sit Havana divided honors in the rac ¬ ing of last week by guiding the winners of seven races each 1 Fletcher another Havana beginner was hard sifter them witli six winning mounts D Connelly following with five and T Murray with four Six others P Martinez P Pinnegsir A Pickens W Hrowu C Gross and A Tryon each took three and the riding records of the thirty leaders in the campaign of HliJO an now nowJockey Jockey Mts ls 2d Hd TTnp PCLW Carmody J ro s rtf ls u o wiiisi s 27 ii r u itr 11 o oMurray Murray T 1ST 45 i 22 ill 215 1 1Coltiletti Coltiletti F ITS 12 7 27 72 21 0 0Connelly Connelly D 117 S 27 17 2ii Diiggan C 180 20 2S US fl Jii 7 7Lyke Lyke L lit 2S IT 10 lil 21 0 0Stack Stack G 170 25 2 21 100 1 0 0Thurber Thurber II 1151 2 21 TI n 15 0 0lEodriguez lEodriguez J HiS 21 2 2 NO 11 0 0Martinez Martinez P HI 21 23 IS 7 17 t tPinnegsir Pinnegsir H 24 12 K5 0 24 Ambrose K if 2 in r i 5 an o oMcCorkle McCorkle C 1X1 22 20 17 77 15 2 2Chiavetlsi Chiavetlsi F ir 2 22 24 17 Ml 14 0 0Pickens Pickens A lOII 22 22 17 42 21 Parnes K 140 t U 21 7li 14 0 0Lowe Lowe IS 121 21 17 1 7S Hi 1 1Atkinson Atkinson K 105 17 Hi XI 132 Oil i iPrown Prown W IXt 17 12 HI SS 13 3 3Fletcher Fletcher J 105 17 12 11 tiH Hi 7 7Gross Gross 0 II 1 0 21 rS 14 1 1Garner Garner II H T M 12 73 14 0 0Hichcreek Hichcreek A 1S2 21 34 112 08 I ICollins Collins 1151 1 17 21 HIS 0 0 0Uyan Uyan It 124 14 24 Hi 70 11 0 0Tryon Tryon A 14 22 HI lfi 0 3 3Pierce Pierce t 13fl 14 IS 22 S 10 0 0Wilson Wilson F 100 14 17 10 VJ 14 2 2Kederis Kederis J M 1 Hi T4 14 0 Mooney J 175 14 13 18 J31 Cuba-American Jockey Club No More CUBAAMERICAN JOCKEY CLUB NO MORE The CiOOOO Americsin company organized in Marv Isiiul sis the CubaAmerican Jockey Club Company has been dissolved by the Maryland courts as pirt of tho routine proceedings of the sale by II D Prown and his associates nf Oriental Park In Hst vitna t T Messrs Stoiiehain ilcGraw Co Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF ing rider sit Tijuana Tijuanahaving having i comfortable lead over his nearest rival C Diiggan DiigganFrank Frank Pyer lias shipped tiie horses he wis win ¬ tering at Lakewood N J to the Havre do Grace track in Maryland MarylandIf If the proposed special fax on nil bels is not abandoned the Austrian Jockey Club lias decided to remove sill its Vienna fixtures to Hungary where it will orgsinize race meetings meetingsArthur Arthur Hrent reports the loss of the racer Ca ballo which died sit Howie sifter contract ing car fever on the wsiy from New Orleans Jiffy was smother horse to die on resiching Powie pnennionisi being responsible for his death deathThe The stewards of tiie Italian Jockey Club have decided that the value of premiums given to the breeders of winning horses sire not to be reckoned in the amount of such horses winnings pre suinsibly in the calculation of penalties penaltiesMiss Miss Pluvious a twoyearold filly in the stable of T W OHrien which was suffering from an attack of csir fever while being shipped from New Orleans to Howie is reported to bo out of danger and Improving ImprovingWhen When Kings Cliamliion WSIB being unloaded from tie cats t Howie n sponge was found projecting from one of his nostrils This sponge had evi ¬ dently been placed in tin horses nostril sit New Orleans which msiy sicccunt for his poor showing i his rctent inces at Jefftrson Park ParkIt It is expected in Ireland that in the course of si short time licenses will lie grsinted to Irish jockeys to ride in Kngland sind so the difficulty which has sirisen will be finally disposed of Li ¬ censes were refused the Irish riders because of their fsiilnre to servo great Hritsiin during the great war warFrench French breeders have suffered a serious loss by the dosith of the young stallion Miharsin seven yesirs old by Fhucheur Simiane by Hesinmenet which took place recently sit the Haras de Vaiicres son The horse it seems reared fell back on his hesid and died from the shock shockThe The death is announced in Austria of Count An toine Apponyi the man who wjm three Dfrbys in twelve months the German Derby of 1SSS with Itsijta Itiijtii tin Austrian Derby of the Sstme year with laetthof sind in 1889 the same event with Triumph t Herron The Derby Winner: Defeats Blue Wrack by a Nose in a Grand Finish.; Vast Crowd Visits Oriental Park to View the Racing of the Last Day. HERRON THE DERBY WINNER Defeats Blue Wrack by a Nose in a Grand Finish Vast Crowd Visits Oriental Park Parkto to View the Racing of ofthe the Last Day HAVANA Cuba March 2 In n furious drive that brought the vast throng in the grandstand to their feet and amid much enthusiasm Senor K Al ¬ varezs Hurron won the Cuban Derby at Oriental Park Sunday afternoon The race was run before the largest gathering that ever witnessed a horse race in Cuba CubaIlii Ilii on defeated Hlue Wrack by a nose and although beaten Senor Diazs colt was loudly cheered when it galloped back to the judges stand by those who admired a good game thoroughbhed Ilerron carried KlS pounds while Hlue Wrack shouldered the heavy impost of ll7 Then were seven starters startersThe The speculation was confined to Ilerron nine Wrack and Mile Dazio they being fancied in tin order named Hecause of his big pull in the weights Ilerron was made the favorite The field was dis ¬ patched in a prompt manner by starter Milton To a splendid start Murray sent Mile Dazie to the front and rounding the first turn opened a lead of a couple of lengths with Ilerron the same dis ¬ tance in front of Hlue Wrack and the others strung out They ran in this order to where Ilerron moved up when entering the homestrelch Mile Hassle forced Ilerron out and Ilue Wrack came through jlj xt to the inside rail at the sixteenth post Plne Wrack was almost on ciimfl terms With IlerToifi but from there to the finish Him Wrack failed to gain and Ilerron beat him out by a nose noseThe The winner is the colt which was brought here by 1 1 McCafferty and was claimed out of a sell ¬ ing race for Slirl by S T Haxter who afterward disposed of him to the present owner Seuor M Al ¬ varez for 10000 and a contingent of 5000 if he won the Derby Ilerron will be shipped to Havre de Grace and his next start will be in the Preak ness Stakes at Pimlico PimlicoJockey Jockey II Carner who rode the colt in yesterdays race has signed to ride for the Alvarez stable dur ¬ ing the remainder of the year yearThe The supplementary feature of the program the Adios Handicap at one mile and a sixteenth fur ¬ nished a surprise in the defeat of the favorite Cromwell which with his heavy impost of l pounds fell a victim to the lightly weighted Miss Patty The latter made the pace and gamely resisted the resolute challenge of Cromwell in the final eighth eighthThe The afternoons racing was inaugurated with a dash of five and a half furlongs in which 1 T Irelands Donatello came from the rear with a rush overhauled the pacemaker in the final eighth and got up in tin last few strides Shasta showed the most early speed but tired right near the end endDELANCEY DELANCEY A DISAPPOINTMENT DISAPPOINTMENTDelancey Delancey was most fancied in the second race lint proved a disappointment after a brief display of early speed Ilie winner turned tip in Pierrot which after disposing of the favorite drew away in front and easily maintained his advantage to the end Premium showed the way for the first five eighths of the third race then ipiit and Dainty Lady slipped through on the inside and drew away into a safe lead leadGuide Guide Post won the sixth overtaking tliu pace ¬ maker Itailbird after entering the homestretch and easily disposing of him in tin final eighth eighthHush Hush made a runaway affair of the final race Winning by ten lengths lengthsFollowing Following a ruling handed out tiiis afternoon by the outgoing stewards of Die CnbnnAmMican Jockey and Auto Club jockey Clarence Turner and W J Carlin were restored to good standing They were ruled off the turf in January 1915 1915War War Tax was claimed out of the seventh rnco Saturday by C K Moore for srn srnII II D Itrown and Gonorsil Manager Frank J Hruen are immensely pleased with the wonderful success of the meeting They expressed their grati ¬ fication because of the large turnout on the closing day which to their minds was the best testi ¬ mony to the evergrowing enthusiasm and popu ¬ larity of the sport in Cuba CubaManager Manager Hrnen declared the same liberal policy would be adopted next year with greatly increased purses and even a better grade of horses would be seen at Oriental Park ParkJockey Jockey Pickeus who rode Delancey in tin second race was fined 0 for crossing in front of his opponents after the start The offense was re ¬ ported by starter Milton MiltonJockey Jockey Fletcher was taken siek after riding Jack Dawson in the opening race and had to cancel his remaining mounts mountsDainty Dainty Lady the winner of the third race was claimed by II Ualdwin for ll llJudge lli i Judge William II Shelley and his wife worn busy tle hist few days receiving congratulations froi their many friends among the American colony in Havana over the marriage of their daughter Jo ¬ sephine to Mr John F Phi of New York sind Ha ¬ vana The wedding was held in the Church of the Holy Angels in Havana Thursday March IS Mr Pla hus extensive property interests in Cuba Ho is also a large owner of sugar plantations in Matan zas Province He is reputed to be one of the wealthiest men on the island and is a graduate of a big eastern college During the war he served in the Tinted States Navy Horses belonging to Jot rmensettcr and J II Moody will make up a car to leave for Louisville Tuesday Moody will send Harlock and John W Klein while Imeiisetter will forward Iluby Texas Special and five others Moody enjoyed a successful campaign hen with n small stable his winning being i150 i150Tlioinas Tlioinas Shelley who has been in charge of the parimutuel money ro6m leaves for his home in Louisville Tuesday f The following is a result of the horse sale last Friday Director James SI ill to P I towers ISha dames 7 to L 11 Haxtcr MaximaGhojce 0 to K Spence Iliizelnnt if 110 to iColonel into Heredity 5 to Coloriui llicc Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Daily Except Monday Balance of tlio Year DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO 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tonight and jirolmlily Tuesday warmer Tuesday and in west portion tonight General Forecast Generally fair weather will prevail throughout this forecast dis ¬ trict from l ike Michigan and Illinois westward to the northern Rockies until Tuesday night with mure or less variable temperatures temperaturesCHICAGO CHICAGO III March Reports today from tin six central western stales swept by tornadoes yes ¬ terday indicate 300 persons lost their lives while thousands were rendered homeless and millions of dollars worth f damage done About sixty lives were lo t in Georgia and western Alabama AlabamaThe The death list is as follows followsChicago Chicago and vicinity 30 30Northern Northern Indiana 7 7Toledo Toledo and vicinity 3J 3JRut Rut lli Creek Mich and vicinity Kast Trov Wis 1 1St St Louis Mo 1 1Georgia Georgia and western Alabama ill illTotal Total l o oA A dozen or more Michigan cities were cut off from the rest of the world and it was reported they were in the path of the twister which swept northeastward across the state from Lake Michi ¬ gan The storm was said to have been particularly severe in the vicinities of Kalamazoo Rattle Creek Lansing Ray City and Saginaw Property loss in I he Chicago district alone may reach the total of SCdGOOUO according to some estimates while in the eight states affected the material loss is believed to have been enormous Many villages and hamlets directly in the path of the devastating wind cut off from telegraphic or telephonic communicatiin with the rest of the country may swell the list of dead and injured much more wlren their reports are known knownCHICAGO CHICAGO 111 March 1 Nine hundred stock handlers cleaners and unloading men employed by the Iliiou Stock Yards and Transit Company today walked out thereby lying up all shipments to and from Packingtown If the strike continues for many days officials of the big packing companies admit they will be crippled to such an extent that ihey will have gradually to close down If this is dciie 50000 workers at the stock yards will be laid off and the meat supply to the city imperiled imperiledAVAS1I1NGTON AVAS1I1NGTON 1 C March The eighteenth amendment to the constitution known as the prohi ¬ bition amendment is legislative in nature and revo ¬ lutionary in character according to Attorney Gen ¬ eral Thomas F McCran of New Jersey in opening his argument before the Tniled States Supreme court in New Jerseys suit to liave the amendment declared void and the Aolstead act unconstitutional Eight points were raised and discussed in the ar ¬ gument WASHINGTON D C March Ill The State De ¬ partment this afternoon made public documents which were taken from an alleged courier from Soviet Russia to the Tinted States which urged armed insurrection in the Fnited States the esta ¬ blishment of a dictatorship and formation of an organization for the distribution of revolutionary propaganda The information was cabled to the State Department from Riga RigaAVASHINGTON AVASHINGTON D C March li Tho St Louis rrewing Association today filed a brief in the Su ¬ preme Court on the constitutionality of the ATol slead enforcement law specially the clause fixing alcoholic coiiicnls of beverages at onehalf of one per rent in volume Thr rontcst is an appeal from H decision of the Missouri Federal District Court su tiining tht validity of the act actAVASHINGTON AVASHINGTON D C March Rallots cast bv wompn In the coming presidential election will fall Miort of the potential inejis vote by over 500000 provided the suffrage amendment is ratified and state registration laws enacted in time to permit woriipn all over the country to participate accord ¬ ing to estimates by the national womans party partyAVASHINGTON AVASHINGTON I March 0 Secretary of State Colby was taken ill upon his rctum from New York and today is under a physicians care at his apartments in a hotel here II was stated that the secretary i unite ill although nut danger ¬ ously to1 Clark Handicap's Large Entry List: One Hundred and Twenty-Two Star Racers Named for Popular Churchill Downs Fixture. CLARK HANDICAPS LARGE ENTRY LIS LISOne One Hundred and TwentyTwo Star Racers Namei for Popular Churchill Downs Fixture Last year the Clark Handicap had the endowmou of 1000 in added money This year it has 750 a sum greater than is added to any eastern liamli cap This handsome increase in value and the fac that the Clark is at a shorter distance than th more valuable Kentucky Handicap were factors i bringing it the largest number of entries made i any of the Churchill Downs handicaps they amount ing to the great total of PJ1 H P AVliitney ha nominated all of his avaijables and has ten in will his good fouryearold Vexatious at the head 1 K L Ross lias five Sir Rartun AVar Pennant Roniface Foreground and Rilly Kelly while San Hildroth is responsible for such stars as Purchase Mad Hatler Thunderclap and Corn Tassel Som other notable nominees are King Gorin Jack Hare Jr American Ace Pictor Sway Cobweb Sunn Slope I Errant Re Frank Rcgalo Stockwcll Rifle Star Master Royce Rools The Porter Icochares Midwav Omond John Audacious RIackie Daw Col Tayor JIint II Dodge and host of fas tlireeyearelds Apparently the Clark is to furnisl a noble race from the following big list listR R II Andersons b c Angon 3 by Assagai llortensia llortensiaAV AV E Applegates br h Jack Hare Jr 5 b Marathon Moonet MoonetJ J P Rakers b in Oinsy Queen 5 by Maratlioi Zinfamlcl ZinfamlclR R L Raker Cos ch h King Goriu 7 li Transvaal Ethel Simpson SimpsonF F C Rainos ch r 1atches 3 by Ivan the Ter rible lieatrice K KRianchi Rianchi AVilliamsons b or br f Lady Rachel I by Jim Gaffney Viola R RRobert Robert Rowers ch c Grand Slam 3 by AVhis Proom II Trumps TrumpsE E R Rradleys b c liy Golly 3 by Helmet Acntissima AcntissimaE E R Rradleys ch f Rlushiug Reality 4 bi Cunard Miss Ringlets RingletsE E R Rradleys ch f Rusy Signal 3 by Cumin Sweet Alice AliceE E R Rradleys b f Reaming Reality 3 bi Sweep Re I lisa rio rioE E R Rradleys b c Rest Pal 3 by Helmet Padnla PadnlaR R J Rrannens ch g Kinglislier i by 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Asked. TRAINING DOINGS AT LOUISVILLE Kentucky Derby Candidates Stepping Along as Fast as Asked LOriSVILLK Kyi March lit lockey K Am ¬ brose who will pilot Damask in the Kentucky Derby arrived here from the east yesterday morn ¬ ing just in time to work the colt throoquartcrs in llJr at Churchill Downs Trainer Mose Gold blatt instructed Ambrose to let the horse work the distance in about 1 and that he Is an excellent judge of pace is shown by the fact that he only missed this mark by twofifths of a second The rider had a stout hold on Damask throughout but at that he had difficulty in keeping him in the pace that he desired desiredGoldblatt Goldblatt said that he will take eighteen horses at least to Lexington including some belonging to Harry Payne Whitney Included in the lot will be Damask and if the son of All Gold Crinoline II continues to train on like he is doing now he will be a sure starter in the Ilne Grass Stakes he said Ambrose will go with the GiddblattWhit ney racers racersDonnacona Donnacona and On Watch went one mile in 1 r 7 Saturday morning and both were hard held all the way Trainer Max Ilirsch expressed himself as being more than pleased with the condition of thesis two G W Loft colts at present and he ha just cause to be proud of their looks looksTrainer Trainer Will Wallace let Prince Pal go a mile in lil and the colt was eager to increase his speed at all times lie is going along unusually well for a horse that was in winter quarters and is surprisingly well advanced in his training trainingJockev Jockev Stcpluii Vidn who left several days ag for a visit to his home folks in McAdoo Pa returned yesterday This little lad is a mining town product and worked in a coal mine for a brief period before turning to the race track trackMilo Milo Shields has gone to his home in Red Falls Neb for a brief visit visitDestroyer Destroyer which C W Clark purchased from George M Ilendrie at New Orleans last winter and which was fired during the Crescent City sea ¬ son will soon be able to take regular training Trainer George V Parnes resorted to the use of the firing iron as a matter of precaution rather than of necessity with this horse and he has high hopes of his developing into a useful racer racerJockev Jockev Newton Rarrett is in the employ of the G AV Loft stable at the Downs He is in ndi tion for the opening of the coming racing season and lighter than in a long while whileSouthern Southern Gentleman twoyearold colt by tlti nins Tsarina for which W V Thraves paid SlrW at the Saratoga sales last summer covered a quarter of a mile trial in 1M f Saturday morning with apparently little effort This youngster is just overcoming decided greenness which marked his training np until a short while ago nd hi acts like a colt that has plenty of sliced slicedMonfort Monfort Jones the oil man whose horses an trained bv Kdward Snapper Garrison will ship his stable here from Hot Springs Ark within a few days II has four Kentucky Derby eligible in his establishment Rouleau Klhel Gray lirook Iiolt and Rlack Hackle Rouleau Kthcl Gray ami Rlack Hackle were nun winners as twoyearolds but their chances were limited as Rouleau and Kthel Gray started only three times and Rlack Hackle once The Jones string will take the quar ¬ ters at Churchill Downs which will be vacated by the John Ii Madden burses as that turfman will ship east Midgley To Train Greentree Stable M1DGLEY TO TRAIN GREENTREE STABLE NiW YORK N Y March 9 AV Midgley who previously had charge of Mr Gifford Cochrans horses lias been engaged to train the flat racers for the Greentree Stable He also has the two vearold Salesman a son of Rard of Hope belong ¬ ing to J K Davis There are eight twoyearolds in the Greenlree Stable In connection with Sales ¬ man there is a sporting story Mr Davis bought three yearlings last year among them Salesman lie placed one in the stable of James Fltzslmmims the second with Matt Rrady and Salesman with George Odom with the proviso that the three were to have a match race this year When Odom en ¬ gaged to train for Jefferson Livingston he turned Salesman over to Midgley MidgleyThe The full list of officials for the Rowie meeting are Francis Nelson Carter Hall and K C Smith stewards The judges are J A Murphy George Miller and John Howard Anderson with George of the scales Her ¬ Mcl nnan secretary ami clerk man Conkling has been appointed patrol judge and Krnest Hall paddock judge with Kdward Tribe starter starterTwelve Twelve marcs slipped their foals at the R J AVahleu Rowling Rrook Farm recently and this majority of George D Wideners mares had the same experience experienceTom Tom Welsh who trains the J K AVidener stable left for Kentucky Sal unlay unlayThere There has been but one sick horse at Rclmont Park the past winter the filly Rambler Rose which died of indigestion She belonged to G D AVidener Expect R. Parr's Derby Horses Soon: Blazes and Paul Jones Coming West Shortly--Williams Bros.' Horses Arrive from Havana. EXPECT R PARRS DERBY HORSES SOON Blazes and Paul Jones Coming West Shortly Williams Bros Horses Arrive from Havana LOIMSVILLK Ky March I Sterling C C Van Meters Kentucky Derby candidate furnished a surprise for the work watchers at Churchill Downs Sunday morning when he ran fiveeighths in 105 f in muddy going The colt started with Angon which R H Anderson named for the big race but he soon had him outdistanced and he was not haVd urged either This was the best trial of any of the Derby prospects here thus far for this spring and it was all the more impressive because of the adverse track conditions conditionsItlazes Itlazes winner of the Rrecders Futurity at Icxington last year and one of the hopes of Ral Parr in the Kentucky Derby will soon be headed this way Track superintendent Tom Yonug today received a letter from William Garth requesting stable room for ten horses and assuring him that the son of Vrack Rlaziiig Star will be in the con ¬ signment Paul Jones another Derby eligible is in the Parr string also alsoAn An application for quarters for fifteen horses was received from John F Schorr for the K R McLean horses which wintered at Renning and another from W II Karrick who will bring four here These stables will be assigned room at Churchill Downs Present indications point to more easterners than ever participating in the sport here ami at Iexingtou this spring springJefferson Jefferson Livingston spout Sunday here looking over the twentyfive horses in his stable at Doug ¬ las Park under the care of trainer George Odom Most of these thoroughbreds were on the ailing list in some manner or another last autumn when they wint Into winter quarters at the Rcechinout track but with few exceptions they will all be ready for their best efforts this spring An east ¬ ern campaign is being mapped out for them at the wiudup of the Downs meeting meetingP P J Williams got in from Havana with eight horses six of which will be sent on to their own ¬ ers ranch in Oklahoma The division of the Wil ¬ liams Rrothers stable that will participate in the Lexington meeting will be taken there by R D Williams WilliamsJ J W Johnson again is training the J J Kean horses which consist chiefly of twoyearolds Johnson took them to New Orleans last winter anil later turned them over to AV A liurttschell who raced them until the end of the Crescent City meeting Sunday Work-Outs At Bowie Track SUNDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 233 RVIK Md March LS Workouts Sunday at Prince George Park included the following ThreeEighths Mile Corson JIM Lively Clean Gone rilliMistrcss Polly Conmbs SSIMurk Orange Dominican L31Margery Gas Mask 1UIIM Luckett Luckett1LS II Go Luck 1LS Peccant ra Wilson 7 Poacher uanita III IJlShandon ohn J Case irCTutl l30V H d Violet Half Mile Alma Domain 11 i iAlex S0Uidy lone Alex Getz 13 13Comaclio 3 l3tMadrone Comaclio l lChallenge Maxie Challenge i iC JLlMarrisJi C Leydecker 311SiIver Sprinj Huzzas 5i I30Yvette Five Eighths Mile Almiuo 1I 1IRefsy Ll I Donovan Refsy 1i 1iCnlvert SiliSatana Cnlvert 1 11Smigold Dairyman 1 J JWar Mask King Neptunel0 L30 Weary Killy Gordon 11 Three Quarters Mile MileAlma Alma P ll3 SHlPils n nArrowhead Arrowhead 1JO SiOKcf ge geRetsinda Retsinda 11 SKTai r rDixie Dixie Carroll ll lMAen I Green Mint 1 1 llVet Mistake li5 1oUWa d dMystic Mystic Folly lri Ono Mile Antoinette 157 I SilN My Dear 14J Monday Work-Outs At Bowie Track iViONDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 234 liOUMK JIil March l A fair idea of what horses will be seen during the first week of racing at Prince George Park may be gleaned liy a glance at the lt of the workouts during the past few days This morning the track was crowded and the following were the best moves reported ThreeEighths Milo i iondage J30 Ionise A iallad I0Moraiiig Face FaceU10 I iolster U10 runes I iallast L3 enelupe rystiil Ford Fordi H3L Muribus i VUlva lurcnzi I Jobalt Lass Iil Miantiim Fair jFreemautle 131 loscmary I leer 130St jncittin jncittinJCiSusan Garbage JCiSusan M Grumpy I ii at tie lGciieral 71 an II Mludas Rro l10Who Cares iJaek Mount L33Poac or ISlPrim live iGiin di Canst ITSngy Mint MintISUSand 31 Joan of Arc ISUSand Mac Mac1OiiSafr King John JohnKSIIAJ 1OiiSafr lor KSIIAJ RIeuet 133Tailo Maid 31Murphy riveEighths Mile l iRullet Proof 103 Vr ItlLink Roy 1 IO IOl33Mock lstCleaii Gonel03Vi l33Mock Orange 1 L3JDot VandiverUll L3l Poult ney 1 05 1 1liaLSunny l ± Due de Guise 103 liaLSunny Hill 110 LllLady Rrmmell 03 ThrceQuarters Mile I Aigrette 1 15 John J Casev12i Casev12iMazie 131 Austral 1JO 1JOIlMRen Mazie lll lllMidnight IlMRen Ilaiiipsonl1i Ilaiiipsonl1i1JSPogart Midnight SunllS SunllSOnico 1JSPogart 1U5 Onico 120 120Peccant 33Domiiiican 1PJ 1PJL3ii Peccant 1 L3ii Mahdi lll Pokey Jane 1110 13 Fort Rliss 11 11110Frauklin Red Domino 137 137Romeo 110Frauklin 1IS Romeo 118 118siesta 1131 Frank Monrocl siesta 11S 11SStepson l3JGriffwoid 11 Stepson lio lioTrue i33Gas Mask True as Steellrit lilMMlaudfuII 117 117lTi3H The Relgian 11118 11118Tantalus lTi3H Go Lucky Ii7 Tantalus 11 11While SlHoiiK Kong 120 120IKMrish While Haven lll IKMrish Kiss 11S 11S131Ina Woodstone 12 131Ina Kay 11 11l31Iack AVilldo 122 122Yvette l31Iack K I Yvette 120 SevenEighths Mile l51Puck Shotl3il 23 l3JSlippery KIml30 231Jiugling II 131 231 23133Margery i33AVo d Violet 138 33Margery 131 131Ono Ono Milo 210Rcnsali 151 I 23 3listress PoIlylMB OSCapital City 110 132Marmitc 11 L31Hackamoie 152 IlIHSylvano 143 UOMaliowmot 151 1NU Waterproof 1J53 Turns Down Offers For Red Legs TURNS DOWN OFFERS FOR RED LEGS John S AAard has turned down several flatter ¬ ing offers for led Legs his twoyearold son of Rock Aiew Starcadia and pronounced by horse ¬ men to be one of the best youngsters here Max Hirsch was among those who sought him but AVard did not see his way clear to part with him n he is well cngiixcd in uiauy valuable stakes itutk here and in the east Page 3 The Reliable Wonderful Winning Systems Systemsone Fair Grounds mailo over 500 one bet u day at tlio using but 17 of olios own capital ami is winning just the same at all tracks CAN BE PLAYED WITH LARGE or SMALL CAPITAL No handicap ¬ ping It selects the play in 1 moments time from tln entries START WINNIX 1UCHT OFjA Till UKKL OX Til K SlUINU MKKttXUS AYrito at once for particulars particularsVATSOrr VATSOrr COHNEIiI 5WO WEST FRANKLIN ST BALTIMORE MD Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA SUNDAY MARCH 28 1920 Oriental 1ark One hundred ami tenth and last da CiibaAincrican Jockey and Auto Club AVintur Meeting of lit days Weather clear temperature 70 Presiding Steward C T KHz Gerald Presiding Judge AV 11 Shelley Starter James Milton Ra ing Secretary Martin Xalhanson Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 p in Indicates apprentice allowance tTCrer FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 IOIT 105 5 102 Purse 000 3yca POtPcP olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AAVtPPSt = i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II 0 P S DOXATELLO wi wiSHASTA 3 32 10 S O1 11 I Loivr J T Ireland 5 5 C 2 Cr SHASTA w wSKL H 10t 1 1 11 1 li 2 F AVilson A A Unix 2 2l 21 1 1 1s SKL CORONKL v vHACCAKAT 1 10S 11 o ri i 4 w i u PetersonC Tuggle S S s 5 s sS HACCAKAT wii wiiLILLIAN 5 10 2 I 41 I 2 r AV Jarrell C1 Reynolds S S S 3 S Si LILLIAN G w wAYILLIK 4 103 1 H 10i 7 5i K AtkinsnAV AV German l 4 i sr 4r 4rs AYILLIK WOODS w wBILL 1 ins 710 y = 7s 0 0s C AVhito It C Forman S s s BILL SIMMONS vi viCOL 7111 till 11 10 S 7 A Fin y Kentmen F Sta 7 7 COL LILLAUD w 100 C 7 til Si S1 A Tryon A L Lillanl 15 li = C50LDKX RttD wi wiMACK a 111 r k r ItJ M MounfnJ J Moore C S MACK DAAVSOX it 0 1 5 5 7 11 10 10 1 Fitteller G I Sherman 12 12 XOYXIM w winntiiels 7 105 2 21 2 P up F ChiavtaAV O AVcaiif 3 3 3Time Time 24 48 l01 l01s s liOSs Track fast inntiiels paid Donatclh 2350 straight SI 0 place 000 show Shasta 450 place iinel 020 show uivalent booking odds Donatillu 1075 to 100 straight 30 to 100 place 200 to 1111 si 111 to Ml show name uv avuKerran trained by 1 T Ireland bred by Mi 127 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVun driving second and third t ivas away slowly and outpa cil to the last turn but came through the stretch wit witand and won drawing clear SHASTA set a fast pace to the last sixteenth and finished gamely bu HI COICOXIO ran vell and finished fast NOiMM ran a fast half and fell lame itched0515 Lady Langden 110 SECOND RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 C 102 Purso 600 3ycarolda an upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAYtPPStU J v4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S 10 I7PIKKROT w S 111 7 I I4fir 21 li I1 P G MaiixanU K Graham oi i i 7r 71 4fir 21nKLKX ATKIX wi r ICJ ti 2 l Z 2 y ChlavtaG Holmes HolmesU i i 7r 71 4052 DKLAXCEY ws 7 lli 1 1404IIJKTTEUTOX U 21 2Mk A PieUrns A Lezama s5 71025 404IIJKTTEUTOX w 8 111 3 4 5 5 5 4J 1C AtkinsnJ Corujo Corujo7J 444 sr in 15 I1KU PAUDXKIl w W r 7J I 41 5 A Tryon F Denham Denhamit 4 l4CLlP wsit 1 10M 4 l it t 7 ii F Wilson L Crist Cristj 10 10 io i 2 I85 ASSIGX wit r 10S 2 7 j k tt i 7 y i ux A o Xiehnus XiehnusS 10417 A1IAH wi I 11 S 7 Nl s A Fiiiby M K Thompson 4iI71 COL 11A1UUSOX s 1 113 1 S 4 S1 ii i M Moutifnl Luughlin Time Z3 48 113 Track fast S2 niutrels pnid Pierrot lll straight SStiO place lUO show Helen Atkin 7 1U place IS show Delancey 1 show showi i iuivaleut booking odds Iierrot St to 111 straight to 100 place 110 to 100 show Helen Atkiii 271 to 100 plnce 11 r to KM show Delancey 5 to 100 show showWinner Winner H K by liulveston liiitisiiii liy Ormonde or Golden Jarter trained by I K Crnhaia rd by M Ja s I Ha ln lnWent Went to jiost at 2il At post L minutes Start ood and slow Won easily second and third driv ins PIKKKOT after racing close up from tiie start took the lead on the last turn and won cisiu IliLKX TKIX raced forwardly and outstayed DKIAXCKY for second place The latter ekt a las early pace ind made a jjttiue finish rKTTKItTOX ran well wellScratched Scratched liMl 1nap Post 10 lOIOalieklc Tancy 10l 11551 Kinjr Worth 111 111Overweights Overweights Hello ardner 1 pounds THIRD RACE 3 i Kile Jan 8 1920 111 G 102 Purse GOO 3ycarolds an upward Claiming Not value to winner 450 second S100 third S50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Jz i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II O P 101 DAIXTY LADY w J 101 1 5 5 4 3 il F Lux AVDondas AVDondasw 1 0304 PREMIUM w i i KM 51 1 I1 2 F Chia vti W C AYeant 40505 1IOCX1U 10i 47 7 li 5 F AVilson AY V Thraves 10 10 10 I 10450 JILL I Kll 2 2 2 21 4i K AtlMnsnC E Brosius Brosiusw 10 10 10 4 I04K5SPHKDODEX w 5 105 G 2 k I1 5 = W Taylor 1 C Mayes 2i 21 21 1 12 12s5 4 04 87 SISTER SUSIE 7 US 7 4 41 5 C AY lariell strmonia Stablo s5 2 2 15 25 25G 4043LD GARK1SOX v i IS 5 i 7 7 7 A Tryon AV Feuchter FeuchterTimo G 5 15 21 G5 Timo 24 43 113 Track fast fastty Z 2 iiuunrls paid Dainty ty Lady S 0 straight 110 place 520 show Premium show Hiiinir 5 10 show iiivalent booking odds Dainty Lady 335 to ICO straight 105 to 100 place 00 to 100 show Premium 75 to 100 place 40 to 100 show Hoenir 170 to 100 show showViniiul Viniiul f by Celt Albertola by Albert trained by M M Shields lued by Mr Arthur P Han ¬ cock cockWent Went to jiost at 52i At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driv ing DAIXTY LADY was outpaced ii the early ninning but cam fast through the stretch and won goin away PUKMIIM set a fast pace to tie last eighth but gave way when the winner challenged HOC MR closed a gap and finished with a rush JILL ran will and finished close up PIHCDODKX and SIS TKIC SISIi tired tiredMarion Marion Hollins 100 4Tl75 Trophy 114 FOURTH RACE 1 18 Miles First Running CUBAN DERBY Jan 18 1320 lrOU G 105 10000 Added 3yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 10075 second 1200 third COO fourth 300 fifth 150 Index Horses AWtPPSt U 0 II O P w 10S 2 1 2 2 = 1 2 = 2 1 11 Garner F L Alvarez ioooiLiE AVKACK w 127 3 3i = 2 A Pitkens A it Diaz 7575752515 10501 MLLIC DAIi w 107 5 I 11 I2 1 1 k Murray Y Y Thraves 21 2J 21 1 11 40501 MIGHTY LKVEIl wi KI2 1 2 4s 4B 4 1 E AtkinsnAY 1 Press 10 40 III 10 ICOI BLACK PKIXCE vlbi 4 5 71 li10 5 V M MouiitiiAinionia Stable 15 15 15 5 l 40140 HORACE LEKCH w 112 i I1 51 5 li AV Tavlor AV F Poison 10 12 12 5 2 4 Oil 11 Oil LEA XS GIKL w 17 7 7 Gk 7 7 7 7 F Chia vtaCurb Stable 25 M S 1 1tAdded tAdded starter Time 24 49 111 140 154 Track fast 2 mutnels paid Hcrron 110 straight 2150 place 240 show IIile WraeU 280 place f Mile Dazie 250 show showKqiiivalent Kqiiivalent booking odds Ilerrun 105 to 100 straight 0 to 100 place 20 to 100 show Ilue Wrack 10 to 100 lace 25 to 100 show Mile Daie 25 to Inn show showWinner Winner 1 c by Horron Mizle by Kilkerran trained by AY J Daly bred by Messrs Talhot Fros FrosWent Went to post at S At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AYon driving second and third 111 same ruder a good ride HIiKOX was saved up behind MLIi DA1K to the last eighth then pass4d in jimi in a great finish outstayed ILlK AYRACK narrowly iLi I WUACiv was also rare fnJIy saved to the stretch then finished with nnfliiKiiing gaineinss and barely failed to win MLLK ltAK set a good pact JVr a mile and tired badly MIGHTY LKVKK ran unexpectedly well The others virc always outpaced outpacedScratched Scratched ICOUI Sea Pat 112 40200 Miss La Rue M 107 FIFTH RACE 1 11G Miles Adios Handicap Feb 3 1918 144 3 02 Parse 1000 3ycarolds and upward Net valuo to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt U V 9i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C I S IOM1SS PATTY w M C 1 1 1 11 I1 11 F Ailson K Spence 21 21 21 4 4n5CROMAVKLL n5CROMAVKLL wi 1 1 0 4 21 2 2 2 2 M AlountnC K Moore 1112 1112iTUFTIiX iTUFTIiX w 5 101 2 i k l A Finlov Jamaica Stable 21 21 21 1 00 THE THUMP wi 102 I 5 4 4 41 I I3 K AtklnsnJ J Maher 5 i 2 1 1 = HC 151 1 IS wi 7 10 1 2 5 5 5 5 5 A Trynn AY J Press 3 3 3 G GTimc Timc 24 49 114 141 148 Track fast 2 mntuels paid Miss Patty SSI70 straight 70 place romwell V Vi i place no show mitiiels Ltliuvalent booking odds Miss Iatty 385 to 100 straight 85 to 100 place r mweii 45 to 100 i AYinner I f by Kobert Kay Martha Lee by Marta Santa trained by K Spencc bred by ler S Payne Vcnt to post it 430 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and thin same MISS TAT took the lead at once and won all the way but was doing her best at the CKOMWKIL raccil closest pursuit and made a game finish under his big weight TlITKU ran a g race and finished close up THi TUTMI raced well lUPIsrp was always outpaced SiaUhed 1C5K5 Hank ODay 107 KiTii Surplice SW A K Q fb SIXTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1012 l38 i 5 105 Purso SCOO 3ycarolds and JtvJOxPXJ upward Claiming Net value to winner S150 second S100 third S50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U K i Str Fin Jockeya Owners O II G P S lil3GriDI POST r 10 US 1 1 41 S s Il P Loni J umensetter i i 4 sr 4r Hi UAILIIRU vit I 11 C 4 Il I3 I3v 1 I I1 2 = F Lux Delbarrio 10 10 4 5 15 Si51iLICOMA v 11 10 i 5 2 21 21v 21 a AY Jarrell C K Allen i 1 5 7io JK5I8 DICK HIJXSOX v 10 10S 7 10 S1 S1v 75 4 G Mantanl M Cassanova 10 10 10 4 2 lfi5l7aKTlLKTTO v 102 4 1 7 7 7vs il 5 K AtkinsnH T Uangs 4 i i 21 05 05i KMTif GILDICIl vs 4 110 ii = 5 5r 5 CK AV Gargan AY Gur an an4t i c J t3 45 JdTitjaISXCOUK r S KJ II 7 = 41 4t 71 = p AYilnon 15 I llicc lliccy Jl t LACKIIOSE y St C AYhic 1 C Carbonnel l05Jr FHAXK KICOGH w 5 IDS HI S S S S Hi 31 MountnI do Kstmmpus 444 S5 45 10529 AYHlPPltWILL wsi 5 114 5 210 10 10 10 10 T Murray K Spencc 5 0 G 21 G5 G5Timo Timo 4 4s s 4S 115 142 Track fast mutuels paid lluide Post 1 10 straight S10 place s510 show Kailbird S SoO oO place 550 show Leoma 5IO sliuxr sliuxrKiiuivalent Kiiuivalent booking odds Cuide Post so to 100 straight 05 to 100 place 155 to 100 show Kailbird 20 to lil plm 175 to 100 show Leoma 170 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner is in l = y Iiligruiie Lady Augusta by Luke Itlackbnrn trained by J Umensettcr bred by Mr Fred A iMirsytbe iMirsytbeAYent AYent to post at At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYon easily second and third driv ¬ ing JlIDK POST raced close up to the stretch then came on fast and won going away KAILltllJD raced into a long lead on the backstretch but tired in the final drive LKOMA raced in closest pursuit to the hut eighth and gave way DICK PKXSOX closed a big gap gapScratched Scratched 15545 Italph S 100 4 i541 Inar KMi 4C5H Fountain Fay 10S frjcrrjT SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 l38J3 5 105 Purso COO 3ycarolds tOtJOj and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 109third 50 Index Horses AAVtlPSMi V = t Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II J P 3 I05UHISH w 87 5 5 1 = 1 1 l 1 P Long F Hart 10 10 S s5 s510285iAlY 10285iAlY CAL v 7 PMi 1 5 tl I1 5 2 F ChaivtaW C Ycant 444 85 45 104 IDSXOW QCEEX v I 103 2 5 10 10 7l 1 G MansunK Polk G G 21 G5 G5IOI01C1IILLUM IOI01C1IILLUM v i 101 it in G 5 k li u F Lux u j Allen s5 45 25 10 2XUIE V I 105 1 2 71 Gnu ra 5 5J A Fiuley M E Thompson 2 3 3 G5 S5 S5405I8AV 405I8AV K DTIIIvrSH v 5 112 8 R IJ 81 S4 = Gu A Tryon U S Fountain S 8 S 3 52 4042 1 TOKALOX MARCH v Oloa 4 4 XBkr9Lf7h HI 7 = AY Taylor 1 AV Fuller 4 4 4 S5 15 154051GPKIXCE 4051GPKIXCE EASY w I 105 7 7 2 2 21 2 S E AtkiisnC IS JBroslua S S S 3 32 324614r 4614r BAGDADLNK w 4 lo 0 11 IJ 7 = 10 I a1 jr Wilson llIJowcn 8 S S 3 32 32404H4JlARTY 404H4JlARTY LOU w r 107 5 5 3 = tt 5h 10 10 AV Jarrcll AV Domlas 15 15 15 G Time 24 43V5 113 141 Track fast 2 mutnels paid Hush 3000 straight 1050 place 700 show Paby Cal VI VU Snow iiten 030 rhow rhowKiinivalent Kiinivalent booking odds Hush 1430 to 100 straight 725 to 100 place 250 to 100 show liaby Cal 255 to 100 place 14 0 to 100 show Snow l ncen 215 to 100 show showAYinner AYinner P f by Prvfl Miiwr Murietta by Oddfellow trained by I Hammond lired by Mr Thomas ClyU v Went to post at At post 0 minutes Start good and slow AYon cantering second and third driving 11CS1I rushed into a long lead uickly and won all tin way without being closely approached PAKY CAL iicl iiominently and finished fast SNOW QUBHNfhwfil a big gap in the last half and flubbed iith a rtMi CllILIilJl was out paced but made a same finish PRINCK LASY iiiiit badly = Siratuhfd iOVH5Kerliiuti ilavor OTjiJllia LittJc Onu V2 107JU JUirlingimu 103 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Sunday March 21 1920 Fortyseventh day Lower California Jockey Clnl AYintir Meeting t 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L AVing 1 AY CoffrotI Starter Harry Morrissey Kacing Secrotarv AV AY Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 100 4 KQQ First Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191G ivuuo 5954 3 97 Purso 400 3yearold and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35ISipiiv ISipiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40177 Mannikin II10S Il AY Hinphy 7SO10 I IC 0 Miss IlerrmiillO 21 G Archamblt 27ilC 1C45S Bees AYins KK AY Manders 51011 4050X Stirrups Irts 4 D Connelly lSO10 lSO104G50S 4G50S Brown Uce 115 53 K Lowe fiOOlli 40357 Ardncia 117 Cl Y Mclntyrc GSO10 IfllJ8 Irish Daisy 110 7 Perry lsr010 2 nuituels paid Mamiikin II 17150 straight 4i0 place S3SO show Miss Ilerrmann 3Sl place S320 show Kees Winu 440 show Time 25 50 103 Track slow slowWinner Winner AY 1 McFees cli e 3 by Fit2 Herber or Cretry Manzanita by Meddler trained by J A Strode bred in Franie by Clarence II Mackay MackayAYent AYent to post at 20 Off at once start gum and slow AYon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Mannikin II 1 pound Stirrups 3 lices Wing 5 ice 20 191 111 3 110 Purse 400 3 3year year olds and upward Claiming Not value t winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Kipiiv Kipiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4iri 4iri 8 Red Man 1 5 1 C Duggan 17W1C 4045 Great Hawk Itl 221G Yeargin 7NC10 40521 Lit Princs HI II Lowe X010 40407 Gen Uyns 110 4 = Ilayward 425010 42501040510Sloeth 40510Sloeth 11 53 AY Melntyro 7J10 40437 Comndation 110 Gl AY Hinphy 11IO1C I0508 Muriels Pet 10S 7 S Smith IGfOlO 2 miituiIs paid Ited Man 5i0 straight S2t plaee 120 show Creat Hawk JlOiO place Gi show Little Princess 400 show showime ime 25 49 116 Track slow K Russells uli g by Abe Frank Alma Cardia by Itancocas trained by C Perry bred by Mr 1 F XewmanL XewmanLAYent AYent to post at 225 Off at once start gom and slow Won driving second and third tin same sameOverweights Overweights Muriels Iet 3 pounds 1 Mile June 17 191C 138 3 95 Purse 400 4ycar 4ycarolds olds and upward Claiming Net value to winne 300 second 05 third 35 35Erniiv Erniiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horso AYt Fin Jockey Straight 40408 Dehra 1K I1 C Duggan GOWi GOWiHiriHMPulaHki HiriHMPulaHki U 2 AY Manders 2001C 40512 K of niarnevlll P P Martinez 2SOl i 40512 Mont Belle 111 41 II Lowe JlCOlc 4048 IJunny 111 S Smith 475011 45500 Ind Spring 107 G D Connelly 2GO1C 2 mutuels paid Dehra 10 straight iv2 plan 2 show Puiaski 320 place 200 show Kit of rlaiwy show Time 2GV4 51 117 145 Track slow AVinner I Jrecmiws 1 m 7 by Sir lluon Uosemeade by St Jatien trained by J Jreenow bred by Mr Ceorgc 1 Long LongAYent AYent to post at 214 At post 1 minute Starl gocd and slow AYon driving second and third tin A fi n 3 fi Fourth Race I Mile Jine 17 191G uuow 138 3 95 Purse 530 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winne 370 second 80 third 50 50Kqnlv Kqnlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40400Medtd 40400Medtd Coy 112 1 C Duggan 5NOK 4045 Short Stop 117 2 1 Mulcahey 7010 404Toy Miss 115 C Gross fCOlO fCOlO4040i 4040i Yermak 112 4 J Frach 100Iin 404 Jim Thorpe 115 5 C McCorkle 4dO 1CK 40500 Saras ita 111 li P Martinet iSO10i iSO10iS2 S2 mntuels paid Mcdford Hoy 1300 straight 4 si i place s40 sliow Short Stop 140 place 5t show Tov Miss Silo show showTime Time 25 50 116 143 Track slow slowWinner Winner A Parsons br by Quiekstride Ladv Kent bv Helicon trained bv W Hafley bred by Mr C O Dickey DickeyAVt AVt lit lo pest at Off at once start bad and slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Yerrnak 5 pounds poundsA A Ff47 FiftirRacc 3 4 Mile Doc 20 1910 ± uuu l lll 3 110 Colma Handicap Purso 500 3ycarolds and upward Net value tc winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Eipiiv Eipiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight405im 405im of DevreP r W Mclutyru solit 4 100aIJurKoyni 1 W 2 U Connelly 4701 Of 4027 Ellswth 10 = C Duggan 205010 407 = iillie IS 15 4s U Tnllett 220HKI 220HKI45OI 45OI Tab il Honr Hi2 5 U Guy IT 100 2 mntuels paid Duke of Devonshire sii straight S2o place 240 show Inrgoyne 3 SO place 240 show Indue Kllsworth S3 00 show Time 24 48 115 Track slow slowAVinner AVinner Anderson Iros ch g 5 by Transvaal Mindful trained by F AVriglit bred by Messrs Clay rros rrosWent Went to post at 2 Off at once start good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Iurgoyne 5 pounds Duke of Dev ¬ onshire 4 4 ft fi Q R Six tli Race 3 4 MiSkT Dec 20 191G ut ou iiis iio Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35K K iii7 Odds OddsInd Ind Horse VCt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4GOKZiiulo 4GOKZiiulo 11 I1 1 Mulcahey UtllOO UtllOO40ir 40ir 4 = Miss Sthejn 107 2 C Uuggiiil 20100 20100404H2 404H2 Xeenah 105 33 E Smith JW10i 40 17 Ogikn Girl 105 4 C Gross 4SO100 I0454 Ely 102 55 C Kuell l li i ltw 10507 Kmma AYolli rlM G G Archnmblt 1520100 2 nmtuels paid indo 400 straight 200 place 5200 show Miss Statiiem 320 place 2SO show Neenah 110 show showTime Time 24 49 116 Track slow slowAVinner AVinner J L AVades br c 5 by AValdo Kinilu by AYoolsthorpe trained by R Campbell bred by Mr 1 1rathcr 1rathcrWent Went lo pist at 551 Off at once start good mid slow Won driring second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Ogden iiirl 1 iioiind Xindo 4 Ft 28 1916 1051A 3 118 Purse 400 400yearolds yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Eipiiv Eipiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Straight 10480 Sturdee 117 11 AY Mclntyre 22 100 100105JO 105JO Hemlock 111 2 AY Ormes 2 lCO lCO4035Pluntaget 4035Pluntaget 10 5 C Duggan 1240100 4040 Little Gink 100 4 = C McCorklo 4SO1C 1581 Ideal 1PJ 53 AY Hinphy 240100 10184 Yukon 102 i G Archumbt 21GO100 21GO100S2 S2 niutnels jiaid Sturdee J40 straight fISliO dace 2 o sliow Hemlockr 500 place 310 how riantagenet 400 show showTime Time 24 50 l0a 110 Track slow slowAYinner AYinner I Irbys b g i by Havoc Kate Kittle Mrry by Cerasus trained by C Irby bred by Mr loseph K Seagram SeagramAYent AYent to post at 417 Off at once start good mil slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Sturdee 1 pound Hemlock 4 t w 59397t purse 400 3yearolds ind upward Claimimt Net value to vrinncr 300 second 05 third 35 35Eqniv Eqniv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse WI Fin Toekey Straight 404 ttmtiposta 1J5 17 P Martinez 11010 1101010108Lndy 10108Lndy Hgan US 2l C McCorkle SOO1W 10135 Sntiarh s 3 G Archambt 1510 Kti Kti102V2Maud 102V2Maud Smith 110 li K Tayl ir 4t0100 10521 Prospcro Sonll7 5 AY Hinphy 1260100 126010010383Danily 10383Danily Aan 105 i AY Manders SlO100 2 mniuels paid Jtiposta 120 straight 280 iliiiv 240 show Lady Harrigan 320 place 2M shov Squash 340 show Timo 245 49 103 Track slow slowAYinner AYinner C IS Irwins b in 0 by Chuctanunda nnastotn l y Koyal Iinblem trained by A Rick ii d by Mr John Sanford SanfordWent Went to post at 4 S At post 1 minutes Start ood and slow Yon driving second and thinl the amt OvrwciiIits Lady llurrixaii o pounds Bauily Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Monday March 22 1920 Fortyeighth day I Iiwer iwer California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Itose L Wing J AY Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretarv AV AY Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p m Chicago time 100 46548 Fit Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1910 tuuuo iii3iio Purse 400 13 yearolds and upward Claiming Not yaluoto winner 300 second 65 third 25 EqulT Odd Ind Horse ATt Fin Jockey Straight Straight404U5 404U5 = OId llomesil 111 17 C McCorkle 1300100 40521 Jean K 114 2 = 1 A Morgan DfiOJOO 40521 sKoyJolmnle lie 3 C Gross 150100 40478 1 C Cantrill llr 4 = 1 AY Manders 140100 40422 Kmelda 115 5 Haywaril 2130UK 1050 Uertodnno 11G 5 AY Mclntyru 270 100 40512 Prevaricate 111 7s K Taylor 34SO100 KMUOLaily Moore 109 S Perry S70100 2 nuittuIs paid Old Homestead 2800 straight 10150 place sVOu show lean K S040 place 500 show Royal Johnnie S200 show showTime Time 25 50 118 Track sloppy sloppyAYinner AYinner liroken Itow Stock Farms b g 5 by King Cobalt lieckon by Plaudit trained by Piarnelt bred by Mr irant Hugh Itrowne ItrowneAYent AYent to post at 202 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and ttiird the same sameOverweights Overweights Jean K 1 pound 34 Mile Doc 20 1910 iii3no Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Eijuiv Eijuiv Odds OddsIml Iml Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40521 Corimado in I1 C Duggan 200KX1 200KX140508Aiva 40508Aiva Cuba M5 2 G Archamblt 100100 40520 Viva 10D 3 C Uuell 910100 4054 Comndation 115 4 = AY Manders 1030100 430 lied Cloud 115 5 AY Ilinphy IltfO100 5050 Teo 15reckse 114 G U Lowe 3150100 2 mutnels paid Coronado SOOO straight 240 place S240 show Yiva Cuba S2CO place 240 show Aiva 520 sfiow sfiowTime Time 25 49 117 Track sloppy sloppyWinner Winner C II Dennisons ch g 4 by Cncler Itnby Nethersole by Star Ruby trained by C II Deimison bred by Headley Miller MillerWent Went to post at 220 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Viva Cuba 2 pounds 4 R ft Third Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1910 iUiJOU iii2i3no Purse 400 3 ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight 40554 Slceth 11 1s AY Me In tyre 14V100 1 0508 Kof Py ths IIP 2 R Curler 1000100 1000100405123Lady 405123Lady Eilcn 111 l AY Hinphy 710100 40521 Dr Kendall IOS 4 C Duggan 250100 250100405i5Pulaski 405i5Pulaski 115 5 AY Manders 480100 40512 Thirst 111 G A Morgan 1700100 2 mutnels paid Sleeth 480 straight 320 place 240 show Knight of Iythlas 000 place 100 sliow Uidy Kileen S540 show showTime Time 25 503 118 Track sloppy sloppyWinner Winner C II Abbotts b g 11 by Dcutschland Merida by Himyar trained by J D Heard bred by Mr Barney Sehreibcr Went to post at 250 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Thirst 4 pounds Knight of Pythias 1 4 R fj 1 Fourth Race 1 Kile Juno 17 191C XUUUL i38395 Purse 400 3ycar olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 3300 second 65 third 35 35EquiT EquiT Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straieht 402S 1052 Choir Master 114 11 A Morgan 2SO100 4 10511 0 II Lewis 15 114 2r Ii Lowe 500100 50010040511NctAYalcutt 500100lorllNctAYalcutt 40511NctAYalcutt 112 3 AY Hinphy 530100 4 lOiVJS 2i Ben Payue 114 II Tullett 520100 f2010o40r2 40r2 Mex lit 51 AY Melntyre 500100 4Gr Scarpia II 30J C C DuKjjan SOlOO SOlOOS2 S2 mutnels iaid Choir Master 700 straight SI40 plaee 300 show Lewis 1 S420 place 310 show Nettie Walcutt S300 show Time 25 50 117 146 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner K 1 Majors ch g 5 by Uncle Nethcrsole bv Tournament trained by K K Major bred by Ileadiey t Miller Went to post at 10 Off at once Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving 4fi = ipi9 Fifth Race 1 11G Miles Juno 24 yUtJc 4 1910 145 3 110 Purse 500 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Kiinir Kiinir Odd Ind Horse AVt Fin Joekny 40525 Double Van S I1 K Smith 4 0100 SO 2 C Uuell 5201 0J 0J4052r 1 051 2 Astra ea 4052r = Lorina Moss 1 J G Archambt 01K 10480 LudyAYaldlc 112 I3 C Gross 5010 10524 Jake Schas 122 51 1 Mlilcahey jlMlOtt 4 04 Dim Dodge 0 5 = C Duggan SlOlOo 10452 Hill DchmanlO 7 C McCorkle 11H 01W 2 mntuels paid Double Yan 1000 straight phice j4i show Astraea 1540 place 510 show Lorciia Moss s20 show showTime Time 25 50 117 145 152 Track sloppy sloppyAYinner AYinner II Abbotts ch g 3 by Vandergrift Lady Yandergrift by Star Shoot trained by J I Heard bred by Keene Schorr SchorrWent Went t post at S40 Off at once Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving d fi = 3 Sixth Race 58 Mile Jan 8 PJIG 3OOOO 59i5397 purse 400 3ycar olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Kipnv Kipnv Odds Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Stmicrht I0540Riposta 111 11 AY Mclntyre 530100 40520 Ivanmist 10J 21 C McCorkle 150100 4 0530 2 Hemlock 115 36 AV Ormcs 140101 1012 ColRockghe Jx 4 G Artnumb t G10100 G101004042H 4042H Jake Argent IK 110 5 = 11 Lowe 870100 40520 Review 103 G3 AY Ilinphy 900KKl 900KKlicr icr 10510 in Miss Aliss Brush rrnsi 10J 7 C Duggail 32CO100 32CO100S2 S2 mutuels paid Uiposta 12110 straight 580 place 300 show Ivanmist 120 place 300 how Hemlock 240 show showTime Time 24 49 103 Track sloppy sloppyAVinucr AVinucr C P Irwins b m 0 by Cluictauunda Canastota by Koyal Kniblcm trainde by A Rick bred by MrIohn Sanford SanfordAYent AYent lo post at 412 At post 1 minute Start gooil and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Review 5 pounds I ft F P A Seventh Race 5 12 Furlongs Juno LOJJ 28 1910 105 3 118 Purse 400 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to vinner 300 second G5 third 35 35Eipiiv Eipiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Striieht Striieht0520sTemDuncaa 0520sTemDuncaa 100 17 AY Mclntyre 350100 0525 Him Santo 112 23 C Duggan 10010 04 UO CAComkey 111 3s AY Hinphy 1410100 5540 Mauil Smitn 10 43 K Smith 700100 0522 Ind Brigade 10 5 = 1 C McCorkle 910100 0520 Xasledovati IOC G G Archambt 770100 770100S2 S2 mntnels paid Tenipy Duncan JlO stralgni 300 place 300 show Pon Santc 280 pha 210 show C A Comiskey show showTime Time 24 50 103 111 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner C 15 Irwins b m 0 by Pilly Maylnm MaylnmIMua IMua Kdwards by Dccrslayer trained by A ipley bred by Mr W K Moody MoodyWent Went to post at 43 At post 2 minutes Start ood and slow Won easily second and thinl living Overweights Tcmpy Duncan 1 potiail Page 4 THE AMERICAN AMERICANRACING RACING MANUAL FOR 1920 The Encyclopedia of Thoroughbredom The 1920 MANUAL contains Engraved Diagrams 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