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HAPPENINGS AT LOUISVILLE Several Derby Candidates Sched ¬ uled to Work at Downs Today W V Thraves Pleased With Cost ¬ ly Colt Southern Gentleman Madden Horses Go East LOriSVILLK KV April 3 Today was in off iliiy for the Kentucky Derby candidates at Church ¬ ill Downs as far as workouts were concerned ind those which wore out were only given long slow gallops Hie course is rist drying out and by tomorrow morning it will be fast again Several of the Derby eligible are schcduleil to work tomorrow including Donnacona On Watch and Prince Pal Trainer Will Wallace refrained from trying the latter out today until the track gets in bettor condition conditionFor For the first time this year twoyearolds were schooled at the barrier at the Downs today and a lirge number f them received their initial logons in racing manners Starter A It Dado was on IN nl to see the work get under way and lie left ibis afternoon for his homo in Henderson Ky where lie will remain until time to go to Lexington There are so many young horses here that Mr Dude found it necessary to send to Lexington for AVill Hamilton another of his assistants to school those which aro quartered at Douglas Park every day instead of every other day as originally planned plannedW W V Thravos was on hand at Churchill Downs this morning and saw Southern Couthman a colt for which he paid iM 00 at Saratoga last sum ¬ mer work an eighth of 7i mile in l i in handy fashion Ace High a highpriced son of Croat Jtritain Lady Moonet ran with Southern Contle iniiii and Mr Thraves expressed himself as highly pleased with the condition of his twoyearolds I am inclined to think that Southern Centleman might be a bit too large to race in his best form right off the reel said Mr Thraves but 1 am confident he will prove himself a worthy borse before the season is old Ofttimos the highest priced horses do not turn out as well as expected but 1 have a world of confidence in this one I purchased Tsarina his dam not long ago and about a month back she foaled a cojtof which Luke McLnke is the sire that is certainly a grand looker and just the color of Southern Centlo Kay Kponco who trains the Thraves horses ar rived from Havana today and of the vast stable that lu took to Cuba last autumn he brought back only eleven horses Hodge is the only horse that will carry Spences colors this year as the remainder have been transferred to Mr Thraves The members of this establishment which wintered here were in charge of W Covington and Sponce found them fairly well advanced in their training upon his arrival Jockeys Tommy Murray and F Wilson who will ride the ThravesSppnce com ¬ bination in Kentucky this spring also came in from JIavana today todayJ J C FERRISS HORSES ARRIVE ARRIVErifleeu rifleeu horses were in the consignment of lohn Forriss which got in this morning from Now Orleans Including in it was Jack Hare Jr and hi shipped in excellent health Itoforo leaving the Crescent City he acted as though he was never in better condition in his life and fast trials were iommoii with him Jockeys Course Molcsworlh and William Wright regular pilots of the Ferriss horses bviit the stable here by a fow hours Fer ¬ riss stopped off in Nashville to spend a day or two twoThe The John K Madden stable comprising twenty three twoyearolds vjs shipped to Itelinont 1ark this morning Those youngsters wintered at Innchill Downs and they make a good looking band 1 V May will send his horses which spent the old months at Douglas Iark to Havre do Craco on next Wednesday He will remain in the Kast until next autumn autumnJockey Jockey Harry earner who piloted Herron to victory in the Cuban Derby last Sunday arrived here last night from Havana and will remain for ten days or so From here he will go to Havre le trace where Ilerron has been shipped iarner says that Senor K Alvarez was so enthused over winning the Cuban Derby that he has announced liis intention of acquiring a pretentious stable of horses fo race in the Kast during I lie coming summer summerDiamond Diamond irl which was brought from New Orleans by Fred Staton died at Douglas Park yesterday Shi suffered an attack of car fever en route north and was unloaded in a hopeless condition conditionMatt Matt J Winn vicepresident aid ifoncral maager of tliu Kentucky Jockey Club left today on a brief business trip to Lexington and Lalonia LaloniaJockey Jockey Mack Cantor has been tendered several positions as stable rider by some lug racing estab ¬ lishments in this section according to word re ¬ ceived from him today He leaves Centerville Iowa his home for this city tonight tonightJ J W Tex Forman left for Cincinnati yester ¬ day to have his eyes treated by a specialist Mose Coldhlatt went to the same city to visit his wife who has been slightly ill for a few days Improvement For Lexington Track IMPROVEMENT FOR LEXINGTON TRACK LKXINOTON Ky April 3 The Kentucky Jockey Club today was granted a building permit by the municipal government to make repairs on j grandstand and stables to cost 4000 Among the work coiitemplat d is the building of additional ma ¬ chine and cash r space in the parimtituel offices and ten additio al boxes In the grandstand Four of the loves ar to be placed on the present band stand and the i usicians are to be put where they I will not prove nnoylng to the racing patrons who havent any particular fancy for loud band music Perhaps there will be an orchestra Instead of a band Daily Racing Form's Third Paper Daily Racing Forms Third Paper PaperC C 1 Fit as GvrnUI vlio has IHOII Presiding Steward at Havana since Orient i I Iark litKaii ruiii in 1 JH is lisuJc in Xcw York aiu ioiiud IJaily ItiifiiiK Forms stall last Thursday lie will have 110 more ollicial coi iioctioii with American raciiijr cither as manager of the lOiu pii City course or as a steward or jnri c l u will coiittiiue o lie associated with the ItroediitK Iliircau of The Jockey dull dullllr llr Fitx erald in future will he Associate lOditor of Daily HaciiiK Form in Veiv York City where 1 lie Kastem lOditioii i f this netvspaiier will he huilt printed uid published ahout April 1 l r it Gerald is a racing veteran of fireat coiiipetence haviiiu seen service with the Amer ¬ ican turf for many years as newspaper man he was Sporting ICditor of ofMr Mr Danas jvreat ew York Sun manager judue steward and starter starterIn In future all his time will he devoted to the editing of the lOastern ICili lioii of Daily Haciiiii Foi The Kullalo lOditioii of this newspaper will slill he iiuhlishcd and hecome the Central Kilitinn hy the chaiiUe The three papers outside of local angles will he daily duplicates Leaves From Thoroughbred Past: Early History Of Lexington And Woodburn Farm, The Noble Estate Of R. A. Alexander, Where He Lived--Breeding Conditions For The Great Horse And Mares Of The Kentucky Establishment Salvator LEA VES FROM THOROUGHBRED PAST EARLY HISTORY OF LEXINGTON AND WOODBURN FARM FARMTHE THE NOBLE ESTATE OF R A ALEXANDER WHERE WHEREHE HE LIVED BREEDING CONDITIONS FOR THE THEGREAT GREAT HORSE AND MARES OF THE KENTUCKY ESTABLISHMENT In a recent communication to Daily Itacing Form I wrote brieily regarding the early history of Wood burn Farm Spring Station Woodford County Ky the one lireeminent nursery of thoroughbreds whos influence exceeds all others in the history of Americas blood hors As I have in my possession what may possibly be the only existing copy of the first catalogue issued h its founder K Aitcheson Alexander it may be of interest to reproduce some of the data which it o bodies for historically speaking its itsmod value cannot in its own way be surpassed surpassedThe The catalogue in question is an exceedingly quaint and oldfasli mod little pamphlet five and three quarter inches long and three and threequarter inches wide bound in sober drab paper covers of which the front one bears the following legend legendThe The Woodburn Stud Farm Property of U Ailcheson Alexander Near Spring Station P 0 Woodford County Kentucky Spring Station P O Is on the Lexington t Frankfort Kailway Ten Miles from Frankfort Lexington Kentucky Statesman Print ISriT Within the titlepage reproduces this inscription literatim The catalogue itself comprises twentyfour pages of the size aliove noted and laid in at the back is a folded tabulation of the pedigree of Lexington separately printed and gummed in Mr Alexander opens with an introductory statement setting forth his intentions as i breeder in the following terms termsIn In introducing this establishment to the notice of the public I may say that I have been actuated not only by the interest that 1 feel in all sorts of good stock which has induced me to attempt myself the breeding of thoroughbred horses but by the desire of affording those who have tin same taste as myself but are not so advantageously located for the purpose the opportunity of having their breeding stock properly kept keptIt It must be understood that I do not underrate the responsibility of the undertaking nor do I sup ¬ pose that it can be accomplished without both trouble and expense but as I shall endeavor in all cases to have the orders received strictly followed and that no mistake may arise shall expect these orders to be sent in writing with the stock I anticipate no difficulties which cannot be overcome 1 In this establishment mares sent to be bred to the horses belonging to it can be kept for any length of time from a week to a year as may be desired at the rates noted below Should any par ¬ ticular treatment be required causing additional trouble or expense the instructions received shall be strictly followed followedWhere Where required mares and foals shall have a paddock and shed to themselves shall bo grazed and fed according to orders and the foals when left under the care of the manager shall bo wcanid and treated in the manner directed in the letter of instructions received from the owner ownerFor For my own convenience in breeding and with the view of giving every facility to those breeders who are disposed to avail themselves of the opportunity here offered I have purchased of hislato owner Mr TKN PKOKCK the celebrated horse LKXIXCTON and have also imported a young horse SCYTHIAN both of which will serve mares at Woodburn Stud Farm FarmLEXINGTONS LEXINGTONS PRICE AND HIS BREEDING CONDITIONS CONDITIONSAs As Lexington was and in all probability ever will remain the most influential progenitor of thor ¬ oughbreds that America has over produced what his owner has to say of him in his inaugural bid for patronage becomes peculiarly interesting It runs as follows followsOf Of LKNINGTON little need be said as the public are fully aware of his performances as a race horse which render him probably the most remarkable horse of his time ami my strong conviction of his superior merit combining as it does speed and bottom in a most remarkable degree cannot be better illustrated than by stating the fact that I purchased him while in Kngland at a high price 15010 after having seen and inquired into the character and performances of almost every horse of note in that country It may also be observed that the family to which Lexington belongs stands among the lirst in the 1nion for their racing qualities A brief statement of Lexingtons idling follows IJather curiously much more space is devoted to Scythian very likely because he was a newlyimported and untried sire A resume is given of his performances oil the Kiiglish turf where he won about 7000 pounds or 3i 000 his victories including the Kacing and Uoyal Stakes at Coodwood the Chester Cup the Fifth Triennial and Kentinck Memorial Stakes Scythian which was by Orlando Scythia by Hotmail Platoff and foaled in ISM is characterized as descended from the most noted families of Kngland and a short analysis of his bloodHues given givenThe The Terms of Itrecding come next and Lexingtons are as follows LKXINOTON is known as a foal getter and the appearance if his foals of last two seasons being such as to give satisfaction to those who have bred to him he will continue to stand at 100 the season the money due when the mare is served Scythians fee was The additional information was given that mares not proving with foal would be allowed the return privilege the following season free of charge that each stallion was allowed to serve hut a limited number of outside mares and that parties wishing to breed to them should make bookings with the manager Mr Joe Clinton An N 15 requested owners of mares to send their pedigrees with them so that they could be recorded The terms of keep for risiting mares were 0 cents per week if running with other mares from May to November or 1 if fed corn oats and hay dur ¬ ing the winter months the foe was lLTi per week There were other stipulations however which in ¬ cluded two months grazing during the season free of charge to mares from a distance For a sep ¬ arate paddock and shed a charge of r 0 cents additional per week was exacted Continued on second page LEA VES FROM THOROUGHBRED PAST Continued from first page Having disposed of these factors the enumeration of the Brood Mares etc it the Woodburu Farm the Property of R A Alexander follows There were only twentyeight matrons and here Is their list in the order in which they appear appearXo Xo 1 Bay mare the dam of Alaric and Aundal by imp Tranby Lticilla by Trnmpator TrnmpatorXo Xo L Motto chestnut mare the dam of Xannie Lewis Sally Lewis and AVickliffe by imp Bare ¬ foot Lady Tompkins by American Eclipse EclipseXo Xo 3 Sally Shannon bay mare by Woodpecker Darkness Dam by John Richards RichardsXo Xo 4 Chestnut mare the dam of Know Xothing by Medoc dam by Sumter SumterXo Xo i Chestnut mare by American Eclipse dam by AVoodpecker Xo j Sally Ann chestnut mare the dam of Harper and Kate Qiiinir by Imp Trustee Lady Tomp ¬ kins by American Eclipse Xo 7 Pindella chestnut mare by Monmouth Eclipse Pindclls Rattler marc by Rattler RattlerXo Xo S Bay mare by Decatur Minstrel by Medoc MedocXo Xo SI Heta bay marc by Henith Minstrel by Mcdoc McdocXo Xo 10 Mary Buck bay man by American Eclipse liilia by imp Hcdgcford Xo 31 Fanny I by imp Margrave Miss Lanccss by Lance Xo 12 Chestnut marc by Boston Picayune by Mcdoc McdocXo Xo 13 Ducntoon by AVagner Picayune by Mcdoc McdocXo Xo 14 Bertha bay marc by Lieutenant Bassinger Young Meg by Medoc MedocXo Xo li Dolly dark brown mare by Mirabcuu Dolly Thorpe by imp Shakespeare ShakespeareXo Xo Iris gray mare by imp Trustee Miss Eden by Industry Xo 17 Belle Lewis bay mare by imp Glencoe Tranbyanna by imp Tranby TranbyXo Xo IS TcllTale chesnut hipped mare by Telamon dam by Medoc MedocXo Xo 1 Tizzy chestnut full sister to the last by Telamon dam by Mcdoc McdocXo Xo 20 Daylight chestnut mare by imp Glencoe Darkness by Wagner WagnerXo Xo 21 Young Upper by Oliver Clipper by American Eclipse EclipseXo Xo 22 Heads I Say bay mare by imp Glencoe imp Heads or Tails by Lottery Lotteryv v Sally Russell chestnut mare by Boston Maria Russell by Thorntons Rattler Bay Leaf bay mare by imp Yorkshire imp Maria Black by Filho da Puta Miss Lightfoot brown mare by imp Trustee Young Lady Lighffoot by Shark Kate Qiiinn chestnut marc by Wagner Sally Ann by imp Trustee TrusteeXovicc Xovicc bay mare foaled 1S53 by iniy Glcneoe Chloe by Rudolph 8 Little Meg chestnut mare foaled 1ST1 by imp Glencoe Young Meg by Mcdoc McdocOnly Only the ages of the last two mares an given stud as will be observed the colors of several are also omitted In no case does a list of produce appear under any mitre Tin breeding is extended as far as it goes in those eases which the pedigree is a native one in the others as far as to the imported mare to which the line traces tracesFollowing Following the brood mares fifteen lillies are listed from yearlings to threeyearolds duly one is named this being Lightsome chestnut lilly foaled IS by imp Glcncoi1 Levity by imp Trustee There is another threeyearold a chestnut lilly by Wagner Buckeye Lass by Admiral and it brown by imp Yorkshire dam by American Eclipse The twoyearolds number four and art1 chestnut lilly by Wagner Alice Carncal dam of Lexington by imp Sarpedon bay lilly by inip Glencoe Crackers dam by Lance gray filly by Churchill Iris by imp Trustee and bay lilly by imp Glencoe Vandals dam by imp Tranby TranbyThere There are eight yearling fillies ns follows Bay by imp Yorkshire Ducatoon by Wagner chestnut by Brown Dick dam by AVagner bay by imp Glencoe Vandals dam by imp Tranby Lilla chestnut by imp Yorkshire Victoire by imp Margrave bay by Lexington Picayune by Mcdoc bay by Cracker Young Meg by Mcdoc chestnut by Star Davis Pindella by Monmouth Eclipse and Hoe bay by imp GlencoO Hcti by Zenith ZenithGROWTH GROWTH OF WOODBURN AND ITS IMPORTED MARES MARESThe The catalogue ends with the following statement printed upon a page by itself As I propose to follow the plan adopted by some of the English breeders of having an annual sale of young stock the produce of my horses and marcs 1 have thought proper to print the foregoing list of my thoroughbred mares with their pedigrees by which means those disposed to purchase may have full opportunity at their leisure to trace the various families From this modest beginning grew the great establishment to which our modern thoroughbred breed is so inestimably indebted for as we all know our pedigrees arc honeycombed with Lexington crosses and in addition strains of Wooilburn blond are tit be met with continuously in which Lexingtons name does not ligure Tin1 phraseology used by Mr Alexander in his descriptive note about Lexingtons terms of service namely Lexington is known as a foalgetter and the appearance of his foals of last two seasons being such as to give satisfaction to those who have bred to him he will continue to stand at 100 the season might lead to the idea that he had made previous seasons at Woeilbnrn but such was nut the fact Lexington ran his last race in April ISVi and Mr Ten Rroeck then withdrew him from the turf and placed him in the stud at W F Harpers AVoodford County Ky where ho was limited to thirty mares at a fee of 1111 lie made a second season at the same place and under the same terms in ISTiO In June lSi R A Alexander accompanied by Nelson Dudley uf Fayette County Ky went to Ingland to buy and import a stallion Sythian being the selection Richard Ten Iroeck vas at that time in England where he had a racing stable which included the famous Lceomptc Starke Prioress etc and after buying Scythian Mr Alexander bargained with him for Lexington paying him 75UKcasli with as much more to be paid if that horse was still alive when the master of Woddburn reached Amer ¬ ica The season of 1S7T therefore was tin lirst which Lexington made at Wooilburn and its lirst year as a public breeding establishment As everybody knows Lexington spent his entire life there subse ¬ quently ami died there July 1 IN aged twentylive lie was however temporarily scilt o Montgomery 111 in 1SI to Mr Alexanders brothers custody in order to save him from confiscation by the Confeder ¬ ate soldiery then overrunning Kentucky KentuckySo So rapid was the growth of the Wuodhurii Stud that the second catalogue issued that of 1SCO shows the brood mares and lillies to have risen in number from the fortythree of 18 to no fewer than ninety four In the interim Mr Alexander had been busily engaged in picking up the best matrons tu be found having agents on the lookout for them constantly The first one listed in the IStiO catalogue is Alice Carncal the dam of Lexington Ip to this time Mr Alexander was still breeding exclusively with native bied marcs A few seasons later he acquired a small group of English mares that had been imported by the Kentucky Importing Co and these were first bred to Lexington in lSlil They included imp Wcathcr witch by Weatherbit imp Target by Rilleman imp Cairngorm by Cotherstone imp Wenona by The Flying Dutchman imp Eltham Lass by Kingston imp Britannia IV by The Flying Dutchman and imp Clifton Lass by The Cure Several of these importations never produced at AVoodburn but Eltham Lass to the embrace of Lexington brought Kingfisher while AVeatherwitch produced to his cover Florence the dam of Hindoo and granddam of Fircnzc Lexingtons great reputation however was established by his produce Trom Americanbred mares and almost wholly sustained by them especially as is notorious by his foals from the daughters of Glencoe the LexingtoliGlencoe cross having been one of the most successful in the entire range of horse breeding Immense Crowd At Bowie: Marylanders Out in Large Numbers to See Saturday's Racing.; Arrah Go On Proves Best in Main Race--Double Victory for A. G. Blakeley. IMMENSE CROWD AT BOWIE Marylanders Out in Large Num ¬ bers to See Saturdays Racing Arrah Go On Proves Best in Main MainRace Race Double Victory for forA A G Blakeley I50WIK Md April 3 The llnwio raciiis plant was taxed to capacity today when an unusually big Saturday crowd was present to witness the running off of a high class program The going had dried out perceptibly over night and while it was still soft in spots fair time was made in the majority of the races and mud runners had none the best of it itA A handicap at five and a half furlongs for three yearolds and over served as the feature and it brought out some speedy horses The winner proved to be Arrah Co On which racingback to his previous effort behind War Mask took the lead on the stretch turn and held sway easily to the end The winner was confidently supported in the muluels Arrowhead took second place and Mid ¬ night Sun making his first start of the vear was third thirdNew New Orleans horses were again much in evidence they accounting for the majority of the races racesriitribiis riitribiis the handsome son of Iluvious which raced well in the Crescent City was an easy winner of the twoyearold race over what was perhaps the best band that has faced the barrier this year among the twoyearolds He was sent into the lead shortly after the start and easily hcldhis oilpoiuinisoia ft Madeline I lliin finishing fast after being fairly prominent in the early rnnning outlasted Mogeus for place honors The latter was in rather close quarters on the inner rail all through the last threeeighths of a mile ISaby Crand Omor K and Repeat all of whom had shown good form at New Orleans were never serious factors factorsA A C Itlakeley saddled the winner in the second race in T II Cross The Archer which running forwardly from the start withstood the stretch challenge of Tattle and drew clear at the end Tattle was a warm favorite and but for a slow start might have won As it was lie closed a big gap and threatened seriously entering the stretch but tired in the final strides Dr Hall ran well for his first appearance under colors this year and was close up to the leader until passing the far turn where he swerved to the outside and then finished gamely under punishment Knrioo Caruso displayed a good turn of speed for a half mile then quit quitAfter After being well supported Franklin racing to liis best form took the third race by a narrow margin over Pibroch the old Jim Caffnoy gelding wearing the latter down in the closing strides Jockey i Fa tor astride Ioachor sustained a bad look ¬ ing fall when that racer stumbled at the fat turn dismounting the lad He afterward proved to be uninjured however and was able to ride the remainder of his mounts for the afternoon afternoonTANTALUS TANTALUS VICTORY POPULAR POPULARA A 5 Itlakeley scored a double win when Tan ¬ talus the popular choice amidst tremendous ap ¬ plause scored in the fifth race over Dorcas anil Cain de Cause Tantalus was away flatfooled but making up ground by degrees overhauled the leader at the quarter post and held sway to the end Dorcas held on gamely and was easily sec ¬ ond bist Cain de Cause which ran prominently throughout was best of the others othersNapthalins Napthalins racing back to his former good ef ¬ fort had no trouble annexing the purse in the sixth race Iilseii the early pacemaker after opening a gap on the hacksfrotch just lasted to take second place from Austral which closed fast from a slow beginning Waterproof tired badly after being a contender to the stretch turn turnThe The climatic conditions were ideal and the re ¬ cent rain lias probably benefited the track a great deal it being exceedingly deep on opening day dayThere There were two claims in for I room Peddler who ran In the third race K L Snelson and owner Hean both making bids He was returned to his owner J W Itean however for JliSiri JliSiriTodays Todays purses were increased in even race l7t as a result of the runup of Dorcas two days ago agoJockey Jockey C Kirschbaum is an arrival from Tijuana and will ride in the Kast for M J Murphy MurphyJockey Jockey Merritt Jtiixton contr rt rider of the M I Schwartz racing stable CKIIIP own from Itelinont Iark to visit his brother Clarence and incidentally take in a days racing racinglyiuis lyiuis Fenstel is a visitor and reports that he will ship the horses of the Clou Kiddle Farm to Pim lico shortly where Man o Var will be trained for his engagement in the 1reakness Stakes StakesM M Daly will take the horses of Mrs W M Jeffords to Lexington and will train Coldeii Broom the star threeyearold of this stable for the Ken ¬ tucky Derby Jockey Knsor will accompany the stable to Kentucky KentuckyK K I Miller judge advocate of the Army and Navv Club in Washington will this year train the horses owned by Mrs K 1 Miller He will ship the stable to Havre de Crace at the same time timeHenry Henry McDanicl former trainer of W S Kil ¬ mers stable and now handling K J Jerrys horses was a visitor today todayThere There are upward of 101 horses at Laurel Park They include fifty of the 1 K L Uoss establish ¬ ment in charge of trainer Itedwell Si Veitch Cary Winfrey and the McLean string in charge of J F Schorr are also quartered there thereTommy Tommy Nolan who has signed up to ride for the Ross establishment this year is galloping horses for trainer Itodwell at I iurel The horses that have wintered in this vicinity especially those that were at llonning have shown up well in their races at Howie HowieJockeys Jockeys Kodriguez and Coltllotti wore each fined 23 by starter Tribe for misbehavior at the post in the first race raceC C A Coodacre claimed Tantalus for L10ri out of the fifth race raceNapthalius Napthalius returned to S A Cloptons barn after his victory for 1533 by way of the claiming route Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Daily Except Monday Balance of the Year DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO ILL 74 EXCHANGE STREET 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Plymouth Court Chicago 111 Price 100 Single copies by mail must be pent ns registered mail with an extra charge of ten cents for registration Xot responsible for books sent as regular mail j Bowie BOWIE The horses which ovvie Md April 3 1 Dominican Sea Mime Short Change Inn Kay General Refugee 3 OXICO Redland Huron II I Bullet Proof Chief Bondage ri Sylvano Xebraska Bagpipe i Kcziah Tom Brooks Say AVhen 7 Indolence Coiircelles Handfull I F J Ortell OrtellBuffalos Buffalos Ilniitlicnii IlniitlicniiBfFFALO BfFFALO X Y April 3 1 Dominican Teachers Pet Sea Mime Head ¬ man 2 General Ettahe Inn Kay Earnest 3 Ouico Tarascou Huron II Redland I RlLLET PROOF Youneed My Dear Chief Mallowmot Kingling II Sylvano Belle Rob ¬ erts ertsi i Alma 15 Verity AVand Tom 1rooks 7 Mallowmot Ilandfull Kingling II Crumpsall CrumpsallObservers Observers IItiulicii 1 Dominican Headman Sandy Mac Acushla III 2 General Ettahe Valerie West Ina Kay Onico Redland Margery Huron II I BILLKT PROOF Bondage Fort PIiss Chief Bagpipe Belle Roberts Sylvano Mallowmot liSay When Tiger Rose Tom Brooks Charming 7 Prunes Indolence Mallowmot Kingling II Saturday Work-Outs At Bowie SATURDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE 239 BOWIE Aid April 3 Workouts at Prince George Park this morning included the following AVcather clear track heavy ThreoEiBhths Mile Mile23Almino 23Almino 3l I llllBrlsk 12 = 22riAmer Eagle 42 233C Lydecker 42 22 UBarIey AVater 42 j 23CO Little Ann 11 Half Mils 230Chas Francis Francis237Coombs 233Gns Mask Mask2i 237Coombs 2i General 223Dandy Dude 23lIiiK7as 23tiDuc de Guise 23liLittle Miudie 23UEI Malidi 237 Red Domino Five Eighths Mile Mile230EarIy 230EarIy Sight 105 I Panhandler Panhandler22SKubo 22SKubo 112 Soscal Three Quarters Mile Acushla 121 2iiR Traveler Traveler237Petsy 237Petsy 122 23d Refugee 235Glean Gonel2 230 Rubidium 235Johu J Caseyl28 23SSiesta 23 Ks Championl22 23SSilex II 23 23iLouise iLouise V 120 114Star Realm Realm23tiMock 23tiMock Oringel2lVi 237The I imb imb235PItircen 235PItircen 122 237Yaphank Seven Eighths Mile Mile237Luthor 237Luthor 140 20 Yorkist One Mile Aliiiii B 1 1Charming 237Grtimpy Charming 1 An American Racing In Ceylon: An Odd Cosmopolitan Combination About His Horse General Foch. AN AMERICAN RACING IN CEYLON An Odd Cosmopolitan Combination About His Horso General Foch In a personal letter from S II Barlow an Amer ¬ ican sportsman who has traveled much in the world and is in business in Ceylon Asia writes under date of February 21 of a curious cosmopolitan inci ¬ dent about one of his horses racing in that British Asiatic colony The letter is well worth printing Here it is isA A friend in the States recently sent me a few copies of Daily Rating Form the first 1 had seen for nearly twenty years yearsYour Your system of charting a race is to my mind the very last word in reproduction Still our famous Rapier of the Sporting and Dramatic of London writes that he thinks it is too hard on the printer and generally too much trouble any wav Did you eveiV eveiVThis This same delightful old critic also objects to numbered saddle cloths as they tend to con fuse one Can you beat hat England is the lnad quarters of the turf and always will be no doubt but it is the only place I have ever gone racing where I found difficulty in a large field of pick ¬ ing out the horses in the paddock A color blind chap is surely out of the running runningXow Xow what I started to write you about is an odd combination which recently occurred with re ¬ gard to one of my horses I think that it was a novelty in racing About eighteen months a o 1 bought an old plater called Xewlone by Xew haven Lena a good old sort but touched in the wind and with a bad case of slows after reaching the halfmile post However this is merely a de ¬ tail As a compliment to the great French gen ¬ eral I renamed him General Foch As my racing partner Mr A Fellows Gordon had gone to the war after selling out his interests 1 carried on vyith the old colors tartan red sleeves and cap So wlien the old horse went to the post here is the combination combinationHorse Horse General Foch French FrenchOwner Owner S II Barlow American AmericanTrainer Trainer T White Australian AustralianJockey Jockey Fitzgibbon Irishman IrishmanColors Colors tartan Scotch ScotchCourse Course Ceylon English EnglishThe The old horse eventually won one race and was placed seventeen times in twnty starts I 55 in iii dosing pirt of official program of the Ceylon Turf Club of February 22 22Tin Tin program shows that in the first raccvjthe Auction Stakes one and onequarter miles of lJVKl rupees Mr Barlows Poodle Faker was second in the Xcwberry Stakes five furlongs 1000 rupees General Foch was third and in he February Handi ¬ cap thrce iirlcrs of a mile 270 rupees his Cherry Blossom wVm wVmEvidently Evidently American sportsmen will go aracing even in the English colonial possessions when busi ¬ ness takes tlicm there Refuses $20,000 For The Swimmer: T. F. Henry Turns Down Big Offer for His Promising Kentucky Derby Candidate. REFUSES 20000 FOR THE SWIMMER T F Henry Turns Down Bis Offer for His Prom isirisr Kentucky Darby Candidate CandidateLKXINGTON LKXINGTON Ky April 3 T F Henry is re ¬ ported to have refused 20000 for The Swimmer the threeyearold colt by Ivan the Terrible Anna Ray by Peep oDay which is being trained here by Will Perkins and which is eligible for the Ken ¬ tucky Derby DerbyRobert Robert H Shannon last night bought from Rodcs Estill the twoyearold brown filly Hold Vp by Ijaudit riimask sister to Comelcy which gives him a string of seven for racing The others are Duke of Latona Ticacey Leo L Jim Grimily May Bee ami May Bob The last named two are twoyearolds and Jim Grimily a steeplechaser are the property of F S Pea body the Chicago coal operator Jim Grundy is a nineyearold gelding by The Commoner lie arrived here today from Chicago where he has been schooled over the jumps at his owners farm Leo L also hits hail school ¬ ing for steeplechasing and it h Shannons intention to put him to crosscountry racing when he goes East after the Kentucky spring meetings meetingsTom Tom Welsh for the past two days has been trans ¬ ferring the J E AYidener thoroughbreds from Harry Morrisseys Kemplanil Fam to the newly acquired Elmeiidorf Farm in vans He expects to have them all the stallion Mont dOr included in their new quarters by Monday MondayHal Hal Price Headley today said he has abandoned hope uf getting his colt Convoy by fiiclih Orsina in condition to start at tin forthcoming spring race meeting to say nothing of the Kentucky Derby to which he is eligible The colt has developed a case of sore heeis heeisC C L AVhitiug last night shipped the stallion Half Rock to Rochester X Y and along with liim went the brown mare Voluspu by Dr Leggo Georgia Girl the brown mare Ilawkslight by Hawkswick Lux iista the bay marc Usury bv Knight of the Thistle Interest and a bay filly by Half Rock Aoluspa Ilawkslight and Usury he bought froin AI Smith who sold three other mares to James Hull of Lexington they being Etta Ray by Itus bCll Him Villa Alabama by Sir Dixon Cremorhe and Eucharec by Albert Baildinu Possibilities Of Blue Grass Stakes: May Furnish Good Line of Staying Ability of Number of Kentucky Derby Candidates. POSSIBILITIES OF BLUE GRASS STAKES May Furnish Good Line of Staying Ability of Number of Kentucky Derby Candidates LEXIXGTOX Ky April 3 This springs re ¬ newal of the 3000 added Blue Grass Stakes Lexingtons stake race for threeyearolds is in ¬ vested with higher anticipatory significance than any previous Lexington race has enjoyed For this springs Blue Grass Stakes will bring to the post for a trying gallop of a mile and an eighth some eight or ten of the colts and fillies training for the impending renewal of the Kentucky Derby It is improbable that it may draw many of the best threeyearolds of either sex that are being prepared in the east for the Derby The Blue Grass Stakes will be run at a time when it might not be consid ¬ ered advisable to break in on the training of some high class clots and fillies which because of a hard and stormy winter have not had a smooth period of early work But the Blue Grass Stakes will not require many eastern reinforcements to develop a highclass horse nice whether consid ¬ ered by itself of as a trial for the Kentucky Derby DerbyThe The horses already in Kentucky that are being made ready to race in the Blue Grass Stakes in which the horsemen of these parts are most concerned probably are Edward R Bradleys By Golly Hon Johnson X Camdens fast filly Lor ¬ raine J S Hawkins Cotton Blossom one of the best of the twoyearold fillies developed in the west last year Mrs Walter M Jeffords Golden Broom winner of last vears Saratoga Special Stakes AValtcr M Jeffords Kinnottl juvenile hero of the Pimlico spring meeting of l15l Monfort Jones Brookholt a sou of Ballot Gra cilla that showed dazzling speed a time or so last year while h was racing in the east George W Lofts Prince Palatine colt Donnacoua and On Watch winner of the Manor Handicap at Laurel and the inecn City Handicap at Latonia both of which races were run in October Major Thomas Clay McDowells Hi h Command probably tin1 best horse of either sex The Manager has sired since he was placed in service at the Ashland Stud W F Poisons Peace Pennant a halfbrother of War Pennant Edward Simins ami Henry Olivers Prince Pal a son of Prince Palatine that brought a big price a couple of weeks back and Harry Payne Whitneys Damask winner of the Louisiana Derby at Xew Orleans and the best threeyearold developed at the winter tracks tracksEASTERNERS EASTERNERS NOW IN KENTUCKY KENTUCKYDamask Damask On AVateh Donnacona Golden Broom Krookliolt and Kiniioiil are comparatively recent arrivals in Kentucky Damask came from tin Sotith in the division of the stable of Mr AVhitney that Mose Coldblatt will train in the West this spring and next summer Brookholt came up from Hot Springs a few days ago The others came from the east lint they have been here long enough for acclimatization already and prob ¬ ably the other colts and fillies mentioned have nothing on them in that regard regardThe The training of Damask and his race in the Blue Grass Stakes will be watched with close in ¬ terest because it is just possible that he may be the principal candidate of tin Whitney stable in the Kentucky Derby James Rowu has had bad weather to contend with at Rrookdalc Farm in Xew Jersey when he has been training John P Gricr Leviathan 1psft and Wildair and the other sup ¬ posed thrccyearold stars of the Whitney stable A sou of All Gold Crinoline Damask was only it fair sort of twoyearold But his excellent races under weight at Xew Orleans with horses of more mature years has created the impression even among the most exacting critics that he is a threeyearold of sjood class classThe The Blue Grass Stakes will offer to Golden Broom and Brookholt the opportunity of demon stiMting wlither or not they can stay over a greater distance than threejiuartcrs of a mile There was doubt on that score among some horsemen and liorsefolk of lie cast last year yearThey They arc today nearer racing condition than any other threeyearolds in Kentucky save those hat raced through the winter February and March weather at Hot Springs is notoriously favorable for training Golden Broom put in the months of ice and slret ami sitow tin Marylands eastern shore which is faiiicd for the mildness of its winters Kiimoiil is not believed by Michael Daly to lie as good a horse as is Golden Broom but he win ¬ tered with tin Sweeper colt at Glen Riddle Farm in Worcester County Maryland and should be quite as fit as his stable companion companionON ON AVATCH AND DONNACONA DONNACONAOn On Watch and Donnacona had nothing better than shed exercise when they arrived in Ken tilrkv but Max Ilirsch their trainer is satisfied with their condition and he is confident that he will Ix siblt1 to bring one of them to the post at Lexington in racing form formBy By Golly and High Command in training this spring at tin Ijxin ton track after a letup that began early last July By Golly was a good horso in the race for the Cincinnati Trophy last summer when In1 was beaten by no wider margin than a head by the speedy Cotton Blossom He was a much better colt than Bullet Proof or Mr Bradley would not have scut Bullet Proof tJ Xew Orleans at tin beginning of the winter to be sold Cot ¬ ton Blossom si ml he have improved into really imposing threeyearolds ami they are training well wellHigh High Command made a show of a band of fast colts and fillies at Latonia and Major McDowell has turned dowji several handsome offers for him His development over winter has been eminently atsfactory and he has shown encouraging form in such threeyearold work as he has done so far Prince Pal showed his ability to stay late last fall in several mile races at l uisvile and Peace Pennant was pretty much throughout the turf season that seemed to indicate that i f lll running races lie might develop into a threeyearold of good ilass Blue Wrack the threeyearold star of the Havana winter meeting does not happen to be a Ilne Grass eligible but the 10000 Herron which tvon the Cuban Derby the other day is coining this ivav and should be as well seasoned as is Damask New Kentucky Racing Stable NEW KENTUCKY RACING STABLE LEXIXGTOX Ky April 3 lames Ackerman hasj quit timing horses as a profession and has joined the ranks of the owners his partnership with Kred Coursona welltodo and popular oil producer whe formerly was identified with the trotting turf as an owner was antiuunccd today They will race as the Memphis Stable and the firm name is to be Cotirsoii Ackerman Guy Lee formerly trainer and driver of trotters and a firstclass conditioner if horses is the stable trainer and jockey lame Gruber whose papers were purchased from Wald P Johnson f Chicago is the contract rider The racing colors are blue and black halves while belt and white cap The string is fnadc up of the following seven horses now here Principle b g 3 b Danger Rock Xcuobia Chocho ch f 2 by Jack Atkiu Lady Esther Cresceus b g 2 b Flint Rock Ballot Bred Dagmar ch f 2 y MiGee White Plunk1 Draftsman b g 2 by Top Hat Dragnet Drake ch g 2 by Frizzle Kthel May Peppery Polly br f 2 by McGee Mirror The stable also owns the yearling brother to Chocho which was purchased by auction last fall and the yearling chestnut coltby Frizzle Precocity by Mctiee which was purchased today from AVhitnej MODIC son of Charles W Moore owner of the Mere hill Stud Two Big French Jumping Races TWO BIG FRENCH JUMPING RACES The Grand Steeplechase of Paris at 5 00 meters 4 miles and 220 yards and worth 30000 this year is to be run at Aiiteull June 20 AVuterhed IIS pounds Biillyboggan 148 and Chin Chin 133 are the best of the British jumpers engaged though supplementary entries are permitted and Troytown thi Grain XjiUomil winner and Furore the Lin colnsliirc Handicap winner are expected to enter Furore is a good juniper and in fine rorm rormHe He is already among the entries for the Grand Hurdle race of Paris which is run for June 23 also at Aittcuil The Grand Htirdlu is worth lCOtr sind at upoi meters 3i miles Oilier English and Irish eiitries are ixpected to tak advantage of the supplementary entry privilege Biit u for ¬ midable lot of British entries are among tin orig ¬ inal liaiul They include Waterbcd MS pounds Cory dun MS Kuroiv MS Royal Bucks MS Somer ville IlC Wilson 113 Furious 113 Chin Chin 143 and White Heat MJi The latter is tinder suspicion or being ii future cliaiiipiuu Of the jump Jug sport Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD SATURDAY APRIL 3 1920 Prince George Park Third day Southern Maryland Agri ¬ cultural and Breeders Association Spring Mooting of 13 days Weather clear temperature 60 ° Steward to Represent Jockey Club E C Smith Stewards Francis Xelson and Carter Hall Judges Joseph A Murphy T Miller and J II Anderson Starter Edward Tribe Racing Secretary Josepl Mdeunnn 30 11 m Chicago time 130 p in AA Indicates whip S sinrs blinkers Fig uros in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse ami weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 12 Mile April 5 1918 48 2 112 Bowie Junior Purse Purs 100471 2yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 70471 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U iA ri Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 40150PLURlPtS 114 C 4 1J 1U 1s J RodgezT AY ORrien 421lOfl 421lOfl40341MAD 40341MAD L1LLLVX 11 7 t 2 2 2 C AYliittn7 15 Dunn IKrlOt IKrlOt4fi042MOGKXS 4fi042MOGKXS 112 2 2 4 j 7 Metcalf C AY Carroll 415lOfl 415lOfl40212HArA 40212HArA GRAXD m 8 S = 45 4 1 Heupel 1 H Ioucheim 72010C 45 25RKPISAT IOS 47 7 7lrt F CltilottiS A Cloptou 20r10C 20r10C40I10rAXILXDLKR 40I10rAXILXDLKR US 5 A C fi fi 7 Xoellor J It Eiff 111010C 40341 I3YK OPKX1CR slll 1 1 5 tVJ 7s R Troxler Xasronie Stable 1105100 1105100405hOMRR 405hOMRR 1C 111 2 S S S S J AVIlliainJ Coburn 2la10fl 2la10flTime Time 24 49 Track good goodS2 S2 mutuels paid Plurihus 1050 straiglit 570 place 430 show Madeline Lillian 850 place show Mogens 440 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Pluribus 425 to 100 straight IS to 100 place 115 to 100 show Madeline Lillian 325 to 100 place 1 5 to 100 show Mogens 120 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Ch c by Pluvious Sylvita by Electioneer trained by T 7 Shannon bred by Mr AValtcr S Payne PayneWent Went to post at 234 At post 3 minutes Start good ainl slow AVou easily second and third driv ¬ ing IlrKIPrS away forwardly set a good pace responded gamely to hard riding when straiglitene out in the stretch and was going away through the last eighth MADELIXE LILLIAN was always i closest pursuit and outstayed MOGENS in the linal drive The latter began slowly and closed up steadil on the inside to the eighth post but tired in the closing strides RARA GRAXD showed speed but tire in the stretch REPEAT was hampered at the start and closed a big gap PAXHANDLER was shuttle back backScratched Scratched 401111 Morning Face IOS 4ti582 Tntt IOS IOSOverweights Overweights Mogens 1 pound AGKRfot SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs April 2 1917 107 3 100 Expectation Purse 4tOOvF db Purse 100471 3yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 70471 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt V V Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 40270 THE ARCHER w t 113 1 4 4 i 1 1 R Troxler T H Cross 4041 1 TATTLE w llfi 5 2 2 1 AVIlHnmsT H Wilson jtti DR HALL w t 113 0 1 141X00 2 2J 311 F CltilettiR Goodloe 41X00 AMER1CAX POY will 7 7 7154K3WRARY IV 4 4 = AY Obert AY Ar Casey CaseyS 154K3WRARY v 109 2 i S 71 f i T PirgtorJ L Donovan Donovan7s 34 CHALL1CXGER w 113 0 2 7s S S fn J HeupM L M Holmes 4 ini EXKICO CARUSO in s I1 T 7J 1 UodgezT Francis Francisi smr CALVE RT iic 5 r i 4 7 X 7 Zoell r 7 75 Dahlgren 10151 RIDDLE 10r 4 S 0 J F Hunt T 7 Fahey Time 24 49 103 110 Track good 2 mutuels paid The Archer 1070 straight 300 place 330 show Tattle 2SO place 200 show Dr ilajl 740 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent booking odds The Archer 43 to 100 straight SO to 100 place I to 100 show Tattle 40 to 100 place 10 to 100 show Dr Hall 270 to 100 show showYiimer Yiimer 15 g liv Imle Itusy Lass by Meddler trained by A U Hlakcley bred by Mr Hal Price lloadley lloadleyWent Went to post at 311 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYon easily second ami third driv ¬ ing THi ARCHER gradually improved his position quickly raced into the lead when called on and held TATTLE safe in the final drive TATTLE b gan slowly and moved up rapidly in the stretch but tired in the last sixteenth IK HALL was a forward contender throughout and swerved out on the stretch turn but finished well under punishment AMERICAX HOY finished resolutely WEARY began in a tangle and closed a gap ENRICO CAIUSO set a good pace but tired badly CALAERT displayed early speed speedScratched Scratched 10327 Kirah 10S 4107 Plum t 111 111Overweight Overweight Weary 1 pound THIRD RACE 6 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 119 4 112 Purse 100471 1004713yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 70471 second 200 third 100 AAVtPPSt U = i Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 101 12FRAXKLIX wsn 7 117 fi 4 V I 11 1 1 Xo ll r 7 C Sturgcss 1 4HIPirROCII wit 4 114 4 5 2 R Troxler C C Sniilhsnn 4 5 H JACK 1C w a 70S 2 3 ° M SchwtxI A KorcRni 1482 1 ISROOM PEDDLERw i 11 1 f 4 = 7 Rods ez7 W ISean ISeann K M POKEY IAXK w n i1 3 41 n F Cltiietuwinous Point stable stableE iroino iroinoKil2X Kil2X POACHER wit 5 114 2 1 2i Fell E Fatcr J Price 420100 420100fCoiipled fCoiipled in betting as C C Smilhson and J V Pean entry entryTime Time 24i 49 116 123J5 Track good 2 mutuels paid Franklin 3SO straiglit S2CO i lace 240 show C C Smithson and J AA Pean entry S2SO place 240 show Jack K 10 show showY showuivalont Y uivalont booking odds Franklin flO to 100 straiglit no to 100 place 20 to 100 show C C Smithson and 1 W Pean entry 40 to 100 place 20 to 100 show Jack 1C to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Jim Gaffney Gliding Hy by Argyll traiiiil by T 1 Carroll bred by Mr William F Schulte SchulteWent Went to post at i54ii At post 2 minutes Start good ami slow AYon driving second and third the same FItAXKLIN gradually improved his position on the outride and taking the lead while rounding tiie last turn responded gamely to punishment and outstayed P1PKOCH in the final drive The latter was prominent for the entire race and made a game challenge in the stretch hut tired slightly in the closing strides JACK K ran extremely wide and clear of interference all the way but just lasted long enough to withstand HKOOM PKDDIKKS challenge Tin latter closed a big gap in the last three eighths eighthsScratched Scratched IfiDS Poustollo KHi FOURTH RACE 5 l2 Furlongs April 2 1917 107 3 100 Toboggan Handicap Purse 120471 3yearoids and upward Net value to winner 90471 second 200 third 100 AAAtPPSt U k 94 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Kfiuiv Odds Strt 4fi84ARRAH GO OX w s 5 113 f 3 I1 1 = 7 AYilliamsB Harding 70100 70100ICVSI ICVSI ARROAYHEAD 1 101 4 4 2 2i 2 = il A PachcrkL F Wagner IIMIOO 447 M1DXIGIIT SUX 114 1 2 r r 1 S SnMnanT U Skinker 775100 14 I 43YETERAX w 4 104 7 7 G 4i T PargtonD Lewis IC73100 IC73100LOJK LOJK YOLXEED wr 4 llfi G 4 rJ C Ponce G Ieterson S 0100 01004i5K4 4i5K4 HILL McCLOY r IOC 7 1 1 I1 4 = fil C Miller U T Xickerson Id0100 Id010044XSOLXC 44XSOLXC LASSIE w t 4 ins 2 4 i 7 7 R RomelliCrowu Stable 20SO100 20SO100Time Time 2413 49 5 l02i l08 i Track good 2 mutuels paid Arrali Co On 54t straight 2iiO place 220 show Arrowhead i0 place 270 sliow Midnight Sun i 20 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Arrali o On 7O to 100 straight 50 to 100 place 10 to 100 sliow Arrow ¬ head 7 to TOO place to 100 sliow Midnight Sun to loo show showWinner Winner Itr g bv Sweeplilangowaii by le Henuvoir trained by M C Kelley bred by Mr Thomas J Clay ClayWent Went to post at 424 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYon easily second anil third driv ¬ ing AKIJAH OO OX after racing under slight restraint early raced into the lead at his riders leisure leisureand and w asing up AKKOWIIKAI followed the leader closely all the way and finished gamely MID MIDXKJHT XKJHT SIX gained steadily next to the inner rail and finished with a rush YKTKKAX was taken wide throughout and finished fast YOrNKKI tired badly in the last eighth P ILL Mc LOY quit after going a half iu the lead FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards Nov 30 1915 143 4 107 Purse 120171 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 90471 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vt = 4 Str Fin Jockeys Kqniv Odds Strt 10r 8 sTAXTALUS wn 4 111 7 7 fi f A I1 U J RodgexR H MoC Potter SO1X SO1Xi 4 r 88 DORCAS wi 7 101 t t4CS80 i I1 1 T 2 2 K Fa tor J Kennedy VirlOO 4CS80 GAIX DE CAUSE wit i 35 f 4 1 2 3 A RiohtrkJ Arthur 24V100 I 20FRAXK MOXROE 1M i iKi58fi 2 u i r 43 4 = M SchwtL A Seregni 0100 Ki58fi MISTRESS POLLVwr 5 10 4 4J 7 7 7 fi1 Ti F CltilettiS A Cloptou IfilWlOO J ri8i FLEER wit 104 2 1 2 3 V tis R RomelliP Leydeckor 19P 19P10i 10i l r 8fi HOXG KOXG wr 4 111 1 4 y C 7 7 C AVhittnAVinous Point Stable 275510j s Time 26 5 2 119 145 147 Track good 2 mutuels paid Tantalus tH straight 200 place 230 show Dorcas 40 place 2SO show shows Cain de Cause iii show showIipiivalent Iipiivalent booking odds Tantalu s SO to 100 straight to 100 place 15 to 100 show Dorcas 70 to touse HiO place 10 to 100 show Cain de Cai CaiWinner use SO to 100 show showThistle Winner 15 g by Knight of the Thistle Tantalize by Meddler trained by A G Ptakeley bred by byminute Mr K II McC Potter PotterWent Went to post at 4i At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYon driving second and third the same TAXTAHS began llatfooted but gradually improved his position and wcarng the loaders down in the stretch outstayed DOHCAS ii i the linal drive The latter set the pact and drew away on Hie Hietin stretch turn but could not withstand tin winners challenge CAIN DE CAISE was hard ridden all the way and held on well to the end Fit AXK MONKOE was uoorlv ridden MISTRESS POLLY finished fast FLKKK ran well to the stretch SIXTH RACE 1 11C Miles Nov 25 1915 148 4 110 Purse 110471 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 80471 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U A Str Fin Jockeys Owners Kqniv Odds Strt lf588 = XAPTHALlLS w 4 104 4 41 3h 3 2 = 1 E Fator I J Miles Milesw IC82K PILSEX w 101 2 U I1 1 1 = 21 C AYhiftnF Farnir Farnirwr S070 AUSTRAL wr 102 i 1 7 51 3 A KicherXR Goodlow Goodlowwit J 588 WATERPROOF wit S 107 f S I1 4i 2 = 4U R RomelliAV Smith Smithw Ki588CAPITAL CITY w C 101 74 S S 7 li u 1 Morris M Smith ISttalOO ISttalOOl l ri88ICIXG XEPTUXE wit 7 104 S 7 o1 fi 41 4 = C = J Haupel C X Freeman 2103100 35 MEDDLIXG MISS wit fi 9 2 1 2s 2s f1 7 7 F Uryaon I M Holmes 1C55100 1C55100K K 57 PARRISH wit 5 103 1 = u S S R Piuley 7 L Solomon 4075100 4075100Time Time 25 51 118 14G 153 Track good 2 mutuels paid Xiipthaiius 400 straight 270 place 20 show Pilsen CO place 30 show ustral 780 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Xapthalius 100 to 100 straiglit to 100 place 2 to 100 show Pilsen SO to 100 place 7i to 100 show Austral LHJi to 100 show showWinner Winner H g by Lorenzo Xapthalia by St Angolo trained by P J Miles bred in England by Major J C Hartley HartleyAYent AYent to post at 2S At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AYon easily second and third driv ng XAPTHALIVS under restraint in the early running moved up steadily in the last quarter and asily passed PILSEX at the end The latter was much used in paeemaking and racing MKDDLIXO MISS nto defeat and tired in the last eighth AlSTIJAL outpaced in the early running finished with a be aled rush through the homestretch AYATEKPKOOF moved ui fast oil the last turn but quit in the t retch SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards Nov 30 191 143 4 109 Purse 5100471 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 70471 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equlv Odds Strt w 4 ion r 4 TJ 3 21 li D HopkiusJ Robertson wsit I 103 1 1 1 1s I3 I1 21 S SndmarJ 11 Skinker 11111 S 7 S 1 4h 3s 3 M SchwUD E Chapman 40311 LIC ULKlKT wit S S 7 4 r 3 T3 4 A Richcrk7 Arthur RKXGAM w 7 111 2 2 2 21 I V 5s O Whittnl G Magnl Magnl4iyi 4iyi = ioHi RXAUXA w no 4 t c l c F CltiiettiF i Capra 40395 SOPH1A GATKD w C 103 3 S 5h 4 75 7 7 AV Uogskil J Miles 46587TIT FOR TAT ws G 106 5 5 7l S S S S F Hunt J 7 Fahey Time 25 51 118 147 148 Track good 2 mutuels paid Tiger Rose 1230 straight 730 place 010 show Marmito 1230 plac show Kogart 510 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Tiger lSoo 515 to 100 straiglit 205 to 100 place 205 to 100 show 515 to 100 place 475 to 100 show Pngart 155 to 100 show showWinner Winner Hr f by Haiinockburn Sebastiana by Foul Shot trained by J Robertson bred b Young Gorliam GorliamAYent AYent to post at 558 At post 2 minutes Start good 4111 slow AVou driving second and third the same TIGER ROSE gradually wore MARMITE down in the homestretch and oiitgamed her in the final drive MARMITE raced into a long lead early but tired when challenged ItOGART closed a big gap and was going fastest of the leaders at the Ilnish HEXGAL1 quit quitScratched Scratched l05l7Suugold 110 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART CHARTTIJUANA TIJUANA Mexico Sunday March 28 1920 Fiftythird day Lower California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Kose L AVin J AY Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary W AY Finn FinnKaeing Kaeing starts at 200 p m Chicago time 400 400dfiftl dfiftl fl First Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191C uujw 59 3 97 Frursc S400 3year olds and tipward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds Iml Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 Daisy X 107 I1 C Gross GOONX 45580 Heads 1 AYin 102 2 C McCorkle 140KK 4i5 f Ely 101 C Buell 410100 4101004fi50 4fi50 Stirrups 112 4 = 1 7 Frach SSO10C 40580 Rees AVins 107 rnt AA Maiidors 270lOf 40502 Col Xorford 104 C E Taylor fi2010 2 mntuels paid Daisy X 1400 straiglit S place 3tiO show Heads I AYin iiO place 2C show Klv 340 show showTime Time 2GV4 54V4 109 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner It C Seburus ch f X by Deutschland Laura E by Pen Strome trained by E May bred by Mr A Xeal XealAYent AYent to post at 201 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYon driving second and third th same sameOverweights Overweights Pees AYing 2 pounds dRH1 1 Second Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 uuxi 592 397 Purse 400 3yearold and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Eqiliv Eqiliv Odds Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40578 Red Man IOS Il C Duggan lOil 2 C Buell 4 5 asICCantrill 113 S AY Hinphy 4 57AMrge 105 4 C McCorkle 40578 Guarclsmaii 113 40102 Anna Lou 10G AY AY AYright 20r010C 2 mutuels paid Ited Man SSO straight 101 place 300 show Viva place 2SO show J C Cautrill S340 show showTime Time 26 53 l07l4 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner K Kussells ch g i by Abe Frank Alma Caidin by Itiincociis trained by C Kerry lired by Mr John F Xewman XewmanWent Went to post at 225 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing A R K 1 9 Third Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 UUJ lll5 3 110 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35ErmiT ErmiT Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straiglit 40571 Great Hawklfll 1s C Duggan 120100 120100405773Argcnto 405773Argcnto 100 2 S Smith 14K10i 40571 Comndation 101 AY AV Wright 5210 1 Oil 40571Piaythilifr 101 4 E Smith lOSO100 lOSO1004057K 4057K Gen IJyiiK 10n 5 1 Frach 200 100 4 0577 = Prevaricate 10 f K Taylor HX1K 40577 Fayotte C 112 7 AV Mclntyro 7M100 2 mutuels paid Great Hawk 440 straiglit 340 place 320 sliow Argonto 2000 place 040 show Commendation S80 show showTime Time 26 53 124 Track heavy heavyAViimor AViimor G R Allens b f 3 by Creat Pritain Hawksora by Ilawkswick trained by G R Al ¬ ien bred by Mr Walter O Parmer ParmerAYent AYent to post at 245 Off at once Start good and slow Voii easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Argonto 2 pounds Plaything 3 Gen Hyng 1 A R R 1 Fourth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 tuuju 111 3 110 First Running THE LARK HANDICAP Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 Eipiiv Odds OddsWt Tml Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40502 sRurgoyne lOfi I5 C Thompson 200100 40537D of Dshell4 2 E Smith 70100 40554 = llon Saute 1H C Puell 1140100 40415 Midia 4 C DusBin 2SCO100 40 1 07 Audrey K ta 5 G Yeargin 2IKO100 4583 = AYynnewood 10S i AY Hinphy 22UO100 2 mutuels paid Purgoyne tiOO straiglit 200 place 200 show Duke of Devonshire 240 place 220 show ISon Santo 300 show showTime Time 25Js 51 51s s 120 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner Uronx Stables b g 5 by Meelick Army Maid by Yankee trained by AY C Aivell bred by Mr Ceorge L Illackford IllackfordWent Went to post at i0 i Off at once Start bad and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Midia 2 pounds 4flft1 A Fifth Race 1 18 Miles May 27 1916 HOOJy l54 6 10G Second Running THE SAN DIEGO BUSINESS MENS HANDICAP Purse 3000 3yearolds and upward Not value to win ¬ ner 2400 second 400 third 200 200Eipilv Eipilv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40524 Jack Reeves S IV C Duggan 0100 40552 Jake Senas 110 2 k P Martinez 1010lOn 402082Prcexe 120 = AV Mclntvre 470 100 4051 1 Orlin Krlnp 100 4r C Thomjison 20010n 40524 War ml lliii D Connelly 4080Pron Billy 102 R Ryan 200100 2 mutuels paid Jack Ueeves 1300 straight 4 SO place 300 show Jake Schas 700 place 400 show Hrcczo 400 show Time 26 52V5 120 149 204 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner Anderson Uros ch g 7 by The Com ¬ moner IJrief by ISadge trained by F Wright bred by Messrs Parmer Stone Co CoWent Went to post at 333 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Oriin Kripp 5 pounds AF ixth Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 ttvuLU 59 3 97 Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Kin Jockey Straight Straight40549Coronado 40549Coronado 111 11 C Duggati 2SIO100 4058 1 T Duncan 114 2 I Martinez 100100 40581 Jake Argent 110 W Varley filfl100 filfl10040500sPlantatonot 40500sPlantatonot 110 4l R Iowo WWlflfl WWlflfl4050Xasledvati 4050Xasledvati 110 r = C Thompson 1220100 40315 GMuehlebh 110 0 K Smith r 50ltr 2 mutuels paid C Cironado ironado 7SO straight 300 place 300 sliow Toinpy Duncan 280 place 240 show Jake Argent 300 sliow sliowTime Time 26 54 108 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner C II Dennisons ch g 4 by Ilicle Ruliv Xethersole by Star Ruby trained by C H Deniiison bred by Messrs Headlcy Miller MillerAVcnt AVcnt to post at 50 At post l minutes Start gtHid and slow AYon driving second and third the theOverweights Overweights Jake Argent 2 pounds Plantagenot dfi 1 A Seventh Race 1 116 Miles June 24 tOOJO 19i6 145 3 110 Purse 400 4 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G591 4G591 Sarasota 113 P Martinez U 0100 40574 Lorena MOHS 107 2 = 1 C McCorkle IKO100 4G505 MntanaUolIo OJ SJ C Duggah ICOOlOO 40552 LadyWaldk 115 45 C Gross 200100 20010040579I5abySister 40579I5abySister 103 0 AV Hinphy 140100 40520 Ladylnnoccd 99 G Yearsin fi500100 2 nuituels paid Sarasota 1500 straight 520 place 380 show Lorena Moss 440 place 340 show Montana Hello 400 show Time 26 53 122 151 159 Track heavy heavyAVinuer AVinuer C H Irwins eh f 4 by Rapid AVator Mettle Peroaud by Joan Pereaud trained Iiy A Rick bred by Mr G AYJ Hissell AVont to post at 425 At post 1 minute Start rmd and slow Won driving second and third the 4fB17 auuLi Eighth Race 1 18 Miles May 27 1916 154 6 106 Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Straight40573IAV Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40573IAV Turnbow 112 1 F Hunt 170100 17010040u3Borurney 40u3Borurney 103 2s P Martinez 240100 40575 Patsy Mack 112 3 T Buell 1020100 102010040i 40i 74 Rutld Anns 112 I C Gross 740100 40574 BDeitchmn 107 51 C McCorkle MOlOO 40575Pulaski 112 f AV Mamlers SCO100 2 iniituels paid AValter Turnbow 540 straight 300 place 300 show Hit of Hlarnoy 320 place 2SO show Patsy Mack 520 show Time 26 52 120 150 205 3 Track heavy heavyAVinuer AVinuer L E Olds ch g 5 by Orbicular Lady Dot to by Mordotto trained by S McXeill bred by Mr C IS CamplK CamplKAVeiit AVeiit to post nt 445 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYou driving second and third the same Overweights AValter Turnbow 2 i ounds Latest News From Breeding Farms LATEST NEWS FROM BREEDING FARMS LEXIXCTOX Ky Apr 3 AV Vanvig of L ck liuid Ohio this week sent to Kentucky four mares to be bred Ethel Carr and Ijuly Welles came to Lexington the former to go to Manager Waite and the latter to The Manager at Major T C McDow ¬ ells the others to be mated with Everest at A E Jlnutley Sons Monetta Farm FarmXephen Xephen owned by Kan W Scott dropped a dead foal by Pataud Lady AVykcham by Charlenroiix property of John T Cilbert has a bay filly by Watervale WatervaleThe The following foals have arrived at the 7 AA Parrish Farm near Midway Hay filly by Short Crass Rosewood black colt by Ulack Touey Cain Chaser chestnut colt by Cimard Cousin Martha chestnut colt by Hnllot Triad bay colt bv Jim Caffney Oasis and brown colt by Jim Gaffn y Itacey ItaceyCiena Ciena property of E F Simms has a bay colt by Dick Finnell at John D Carrs farm This youngster is num than a half brother to Hilly Kelly his siro being a brother to 7ick Welles the sire of Hilly Kelly Another Dick Finnell foal at the same farm is a son of Mr Carrs mare Miss Cald well wellIidy Iidy Vincent owned by Charles F McCarthy partner with T P Hayes in the ownership of a local drug store has a bay filly by Ormondalo at John II Harbeos Clou Helen Stud StudFive Five of the mares belonging to Edward Cobriau of California at Clou Helen Stud have dropped foals Iiy Von Tromp as follows lourdain bay filly Dally bay filly Honsetta black coll Isola ¬ tion bay colt and Mammy bay colt Isolation and Jourdain will lie returned to Aon Tromp and the other throe mares are to be mated witli Trout beck beckThe The following foas are reported at John II Mor ¬ ris Hosiiue Honita Farm near Aersailles Hay colt by Kscoba Mollie Elliott chestnut colt by Escoba Tardy bay filly by Kscoba Antipathy and a chestnut filly by Trovisoo Houita Mr Morris Abby C died a feu days ago while foaling foalingAt At Miss Elizabeth Daingerfields Hylaiids Farm Tripping lias a brown or black filly by Colin Toucan has a chestnut filly by ritimus Cloak has a chestnut colt by ritimus and Sunshade has a chestnut filly by Iltimus IltimusClarice Clarice owned by K II McCarter Potter of Pequest Stud X J has a chestnut by Sand Marsh at Croatland Farm and is to bo bred to Pataud PataudKirstie Kirstie dam of Kirsties Cub has a bay fillv bay Vatorvalo at Crystal Springs Farm anil goes to Cataract CataractHumanity Humanity owned by Hrownoll Combs has a chestnut filly by Iltimus at Helalr Farm and will be bred to Ilonrless Promising Work-Outs At Lexington PROMISING WORKOUTS AT LEXINGTON LEXIXCTOX Ky April Over a dryingout track this morning E IS Iradleys Kentucky Derbv pair Py Colly with Lawrence Lyko up and Host Pal with Simpson Poyle in the saddle worked threepiarters in 12O a good move Hnlldoze and lUnshiiig ISoauty from the same stable worked throequarters in 121 L Moores Derby candi ¬ date Inspector Hughes with Ilarrv Lunsford up worked a mile in 1 4l for AVill Perkins Work watchers counted it the best move of tin morning The Swimmer another Derby eligible in the Per ¬ kins stable worked a mile jn liO II H Hew ¬ itts Derby candidate Travesty galloned a mile in 154 for trainer John I Smith while his stable mate linger did his once around in 150 150Hon Hon J X Camdens filly Lorraine eligible to the Derby and Oaks worked threequarters for J C Milain in 122 AV J Youngs Derby colt Cap tan Mac did threequarters in 125 The fastest moves at fiveeighths were in 111 by Sam Keh and Diana the former from the stable of H H Hewitt and the latter in Lige Hrewsters string Delico worked a half in for J S Hawkins and that was the best gallop of the day at the distance Old Sam McMeokin is being trained by Lige Prowstor and is working like he intends to leave the post more frequently than usual this year He ran a half held in iO iOThe The twoyearold chestnut colt Iud MacDougal by Trap liock Kim of Luck in the II II Hewitt string is going sore and trainer Smith lias decided to let up on him himJohn John S Itarhoe acting for Ceorge Wingftold of Reno Xev lias purchased from Will Perkins the nineyearold brown mare Spoodyfdot by Voter Swift foot by St Simon and she will be bred to Sweep Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF i ne lironx Maines var nod after four straiglit victories to his credit at Tijuana met defeat last Sunday in the San Diego Pusiness Mens Handicap his heavy impost of IS5 pounds encompassing his downfall Jack Reeves with S pounds up oii ace acePercy Percy Hoybourii an English owner who favors obstacle racing last fall gave 10000 for Tres ¬ passer an ordinary flat racing twoyearold colt by Kildare II Intrusive and was spoofed about it He trained the colt for hurdling and at Man ¬ chester last month won the Two Thousand 1000 Hurdle nice with him The young horse ran and junijied so impressively that he is regarded as a coming champion championJ J E Griffiths chalilpion jumper The Prook is training well for Henry Rites in Maryland and will get into action early this season The Tronthock Hattie gelding won five of his eight races and 07 0 last season and was unplaced but once The Hroolc gets better with age and steeplechasing sharp consider that he would be a fine tool to use in nn English invasion with the Liverpool Grand National as a special object objectThe The Creek sportsman X K Ainbatielos who invested some 400000 in made horses for French racing last fall is out of luck He paid something like 40000 each for Rivershoro and Sundari and 12000 for Huis CIos the French jumper River shore fell at exercise broke a leg and was destroyed and Sundari has done nothing and is laid by iso ceutly Mr Ainbatielos started Huis Clos in the Prix Finot at the Ailteuil Parisian jumping course and bet tremendously on him only to have Dragon dii Roi a shifty juniper beat him at even weights So far it is estimated that over one million is the cost of tiie Grecians turf venture Page 4 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Monday, April 5. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Monday April 5 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK FAST Tho figures under the heading Rec in the entries below show the Lest time of each horse at the distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record was made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 130 Superior mud runner x Good mud runner V t Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Maidens Special We WeTrack Track record April 2 117 107 3 100 100Todays Todays Horse AVt Itec ItecDominican AAVtIIan AAVtIIanin Dominican 11311 OS OSTeachers in TOO Teachers Pet 107108 Sea Mime Ill l0f l0fHeadman Headman 107 1 MIS MISPrimitive Primitive 113 110 110Acushla Acushla III IllJiJO apt Kvans 110 1 1 1sj 1sjPolynyni 11 1 w Polynyni 107 1 0 55 55Suseul in sr Suseul Short Cliange lKi1 11 h hSandy Sandy Mac 107 110 110Second Second Race G 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claim Trad record Nov 2H 117 I1 i 112 4IS370 General 113 1235 1235Kttalie 10 11072 11072r 4 Tra Tra4r3iri Kttalie r i oix72o 4r3iri Karnest I 112X7ir will3 Ina Kay 103 121 5 5Valerie 107X715 KM Valerie West 10S 120 102x713 HSI Refugee 1M 120 u uHuzzas 7 11271 it3iL Huzzas IK 124 u uKilkenny 112X710 112X710i 4i2ar Kilkenny i 1 00X710 4iori Petsy 4 100X710 100X710i JIKSlil Apple Jack i 1 Oil X 705 41053 Little Kd M Ill 12255 12255Plurccn 1 1107 JO 410534u7iS7 4u7iS7 Plurccn 4 lor 700 Third Race 6 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claim ClaimTrack Track record Nov 1 1JU7 11S 1 11L 4tir7tOni S 120 r 101X72 1 SS Kedland S 1130720 147C4 Mildred Kuretta 112 121 1214tiri7 110X715 4tiri7 Mluroii II 4 107X715 4ir7 Deckhand i 11 715 4tri7 Tarascon 111110 1111104i37 4 107X715 4i37 Thistle Grwn 7 107X710 ttilir f Marg ry 10Sl2i 71070710 KMKS IediUing Mi Mi4U171 C 10470 4U171 Miss AVright AVright4r 102X705 4r 22 Frenchy 5 11L 700 1 2S7 Molin 1 Case 4 105X700 T Frauds and J Arthur entrv Fourth Race 78 Mile MileJubilant Jubilant Purse Purse3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Track record Nov 21 IJKi l2t K5S3 BULLET PROOF 3 103X75I 41585 Chief lir 12 r 11li74 HiUOii Vouneod Ill l2i 4 104X741 104X7414t58l 4t58l = My Dear 3 SIX74C 40585 Bondage Ill l29sy I 110X73 41584 Fort IHiss 5101X731 5101X731Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards Yards4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Churning ChurningTrack Track record Nov 30 151 1 143 4 107 1074tii02 4tii02 MaIIowmot li 101 1014ii02 4ii02 = KiiiKlii II 101 147 710Sx 4l5iSi Hello Itolierts 1K 147 5 107X71 41717 = John 1 Day 5112X715 5112X7154ii5S7 4ii5S7 Nebraska 113710 4 5SS Papipe J 111 710 7104i5S 4i5S Sylvaiio 4 112X705 112X705Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Yards4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record April 10 lll 145 1M07 1M074C3I7 4C3I7 Green Mint 10U14 1 10 X725 X7254i5873tSay 4i5873tSay When 105 l47 4 102X720 102X7204IM1V 4IM1V Ias df Chance 7 145 I 1040715 1040715Killl Killl ity SO l4li 4 105X71 105X714i01 4i01 Jnanita III 10U l51fem 5 JIDX715 JIDX7154i57t 4i57t Corson 104 1 4 5 4113X715 4113X715JIT JIT ciiariniiiK 10 117 5107X710 5107X710i i Kclu lit l4lif I 107X710 107X7104ili01s 4ili01s Tom ISrooks 102 1 471s 1102 710 710I5li72 I5li72 AVand 108147 C 10TX710 10TX710lliUO lliUO TisiT Kose KS l47h 4 107X710 107X7104IU45 4IU45 Kcziah SIS 141 7 X705 X7054li02 4li02 Ai itfator lOtilMSjs I 115X700 115X700i i Lindly 4iii02 Semper Stalwart 110 1 4 7 115X700 4515 Alma P li 1 4i i ftJXUO ftJXUO4ii02 4ii02 ISob linker M 101 Jl I A 4 104700 104700415I7 415I7 Ale Gitz 10S l4Sh 7 1040700 10407001C 1C J Itrockmiller and P C Punbury entry entrySeventh Seventh Race 1 110 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record Nov 25 ISHr 148 1 111 1114ic01 4ic01 Ilandfull 108147 7110X725 7110X7254IJCO 4IJCO Mallowinot 107 14755 105720 1057204li02 4li02 Criimpsall 118 l47 f I 110 715 715im23 im23 Prunes 113148 5105X715 5105X7154ii02 4ii02 KliiKlin II 110118 7105X715 7105X7151U5SS 1U5SS liidohnee 107147 114x710 114x7104l 4l 23 Coiircelles 108il48f 4 105 710 7 1411 I 7X705 104 150 4 102X705 111 148 i 107X700 IIM153 Yorkist 107 l52h o 107 700 Bowie Jockey Percentages. 1UAVJI3 JOCK13Y IM3RCISXTAGBS Itroui Inuuary 1 J51J to 31aroh III li lU Inclusive Jockey Carmodv J Nicklaus A WliIttiiiKtoli C Coltiletti K TrcixUir j 1iukeiis A lint well J Kclsay W riixton M Dominklc J 1ator K Stirling I 1ierce 1 Dreyur J Myers II Morris I Williams 1 HodriKiiuz J oclkr 1 1arriiiKton T Ihrke J II IIHell Hell J Mooney J iriclicreuk A Metcalf 1 Hay nes E McTasuart J Hunt K Murphy F Walls G At or Over OverWt Jockey JockeyOberl Wt Mts 1st Oberl V 105 McCrann K 105 Mountain M KM 231 Pauley li 10S 171 15 Connors J 112 153 14 14S2 Woiner V S2 214 18 lliloman K 110 Hi 14 Kirselibauin C CIloffler 111 il 5 Iloffler J 13 Ii5 5 5IOC Corey G IOC 291 21 Hanover J 108 181 13 Sneidinan S 101 277 20 IhMipel T 104 12 i 7 Sniitli K 105 178 Carswell 1 t 80 4 Garri an C 102 21 1 McDermott IS ISIonce 107 1 Ionce C 97 38 I Miller C 101 41 2 Wakoff II 1015 85 3 ItoinaiKlli 11 Jiidjie 1 liryson Jackson C 109 1 i7 Schwartz M 85 I Hopkins I 102 lloxiinowski W WJilbert 102 M Jilbert C Sims A First Race [1st Bowie] FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlorffs 3yearolds Maidens Special Weights April 2 1017 107 3 Index Course Dist TimoTVkOdds Wt St Vi V 4 Str Fin Jockeys Started Order ot Finish DOMINICAN ch g 3 31 By Prodicateur Love Apple by Chuotanunda Trainer A G Blakcley Owner A G Blakolcy C1 f l0ifast 2i 1 Iyko 15 Vim Irecimis 1earl ColMurph A1 1 Mooney 13 FChoiiv Tonipliant Mitch Ma CO 100 1 5 0 G G G W Obert i Itread Man ISallybell Allivuti 45S01 FGnds 34 114 fast 20 110 10 KJ I Uvke 12 On lllsli Dinty Moore Harenk 4SG2 Saratoga 5 f l0rsfast 15 103 G 53 AV Uans S Inckliorn II Hurry Sadie D 4251S Saratosa 5S lOl gopd 12 110 1 899 S1Z D Connlly 0 ISirt Hans Am Soldier SadieU TEACHERS PET b f 3 M By Out of Reach Schoolmarm by Islington Trainer A L Denny Owner 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PdeClince Tomphant 16347 Jef son 1116150 hvy 3i 107 81010 6 5 513 A Richcrkll PGKing Green Mint Brickley BrickleyOS OS Jefson 34 117 hvy 7 115 1ft 6 9 9MO U Pauley KI Grumpy Ie Balafre General GeneralItilll Itilll Jefson 34 l13fast 40 10ft 7 98 8 S R Pauley 9 Poultney Shandon Ina Kay Kay44VI 44VI Reno 1 IMOHfast 195110 5si Ar Mclnre 8 Samllill Gold Chance Prom Me j 14245 Keno 1 146 slow 1 111 453 AV Mclnre DickieW GoIdChance Samllill Heuo C8 l03slow 175 118 2 AV Mclnre Nellie B ClearLake Praetorian PraetoriantWM tWM Reno 1 l41fast 2910 112 lh AV Mclnre 5 Little Abe Sam Hill Curlicue General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY The British treasury has received from AVashing ton an outline of the scheme promised by the Tinted States government for payment of the interest due on the SIOOOOOOOOOO loaned to Kuropean allies The scheme acknowledges the unreasonableness of making demand for interest payments before the allied governments have had a period in which to recuperate and reconstruct Payment of the first installment of interest will therefore not he re ¬ quested until May 18122 or three years after the date m which the interest became operative operativeThe The steel strike cost organized labor 4181 1111 according to the financial report of the strike made public yesterday by Frank Morrison secre tarv of the American Federation of Labor Iniou labor contributed the total sum of 12llN2V 0 for the support of the strikers Of this Sli i2J r was received after the strike was declared off and re ¬ turned l the contributors contributorsA A general snowstorm with low temperatures pre ¬ vailed in Nebraska Saturday AVeather bureau re ¬ ports said the storm area extended as far west as Salt Iake City and predicted the snow would con ¬ tinue in tins state all day and possibly tomorrow Fears are expresMd in railroad circles that trallic may be hampered if the storm continues continuesArmed Armed troops were on duty along all roads lead ¬ ing to Londonderry last night Motor cars were minutely searched and drivers had to produce per ¬ mits and declare their business says a Central News dispatch from Dublin It is believed this military activity had something to do with rumors of an Kaster uprising uprisingThe The Providence R I health department has reported that investigation showed the recent out ¬ break of scarlet fever at Brown tniverslty to have been due to infected milk served in one of the college restaurants No new cases have been dis ¬ covered for several days and the college which closed March 25 will open next Thursday ThursdayThe The general advance of the German government troops along the entire front against the insurgent forces in the Ruhr and neighlwring industrial re ¬ gions which began Friday morning has been very successful according to wellinformed Dutch sources sourcesAll All street car service in Toledo Ohio stopped early Saturday when the 1JOO conductors and motormen voted to go out as the result of the councils failure Friday night to ratify an advance in car fare to meet tin increase in wages wagesMaj Maj Vuillemin and Lieut Chains two French aviators have arrived at Dakar having tlowu across the Sahara desert a distance of 3500 miles One person was killed and many injured when a train was wrecked by a bomb on the government owned Central Northern Railroad according to dis ¬ patches from Santa Fe to Iuenos Aires The loco ¬ motive and six coaches wen overturned There has been a strike on this road for several months monthsA A reduction of 105iCOOIO in the national debt more than double the amount by which the debt was lowered during any previous month was ac ¬ complished during March the tniteil States Treas ¬ ury reported yesterday The national debt now stands at SLMtfflSOOOOOO SLMtfflSOOOOOOOfficials Officials at the offices of the Michigan Central general freight offices here today announced that an embargo had been ordered on all freight for export through the port of New York The order was issued as a result of the marine workers strike at New York YorkJohn John Burroughs famous naturalist gave a new message to the world today his eightythird birth ¬ day which he Is celebrating near Napauoch Ilster Comity N Y It is keep cheerful and get out more and better newspapers that the world may be benefited benefitedTwo Two hundred soldiers were killed and many wounded in a mutiny of the troops in Anhui prov ¬ ince according to advices received from Amoy China The lighting is continuing and the inhabit ¬ ants are lleeing in terror the dispatch adds addsAttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral Palmer yesterday issued orders to all federal district attorneys to take steps to check profiteering in coal which may arise out of the fact that restrictions upon coal prices by the government have been removed removedGerman German ships seized by Brazil will be taken over by a Paris syndicate of French shipowners on payment of 2 0 0HM according to the Jour ¬ nal which says the matter has been definitely settled settledThe The navy has sufficient oil for Its present needs and there will be no haste in determining what steps will be taken to insure the future support Secretary of the Navy Daniels said yesterday at Washington WashingtonAVilliam AVilliam T Tilden II of Philadelphia today won the national indoor tennis singles champonship by defeating Ainccnt Richards of Youkers N Y in the final round of the annual tournament at New York YorkAn An agreement has l een signed by the Jugo ¬ slav and Hungarian governments for an exchange of foodstuffs for railway rolling stock according to a dispatch to Paris from Belgrade BelgradePlatinum Platinum valued at 50001 was found Friday by the New York police following the arrest of two men in the downtown lewelrv district The American Racing Manual FOR 1920 The Encyclopedia of Thoroughbreclom THE 1920 MANUAL contains Engraved Diagrams of ihirtytw leading American race courses with their locations capacities chutes stands width of tracks and length of stretches in detail ITS REGULAR FEATURES ARE All Scales of Racing Weights PariMutuel Betting Explained ExplainedRace Americas Leading Sires Race Track Records of All the American Racing Statistics for the theYear Tracks of the United States Can ¬ Year 1919 ada Cuba and Mexico MexicoRacing American Stake Races for the Year Racing of American Thoroughbreds 1919 1919Bargain in 1919 1919Racing Bargain Yearlings and the Reverse Racing Organizations and Their Table Officials OfficialsRacing Bookmaking Percentage Racing Records of the American Comparative Mile Speed Australasian Canadian and Eng ¬ Dead Heats of 1919 lish Turf TurfRecords Disqualifications of 1919 Records of Miles in 1 38 or Better BetterRecord English Betting Rules Record Odds in the PariMutuels PariMutuelsRemarkable Great Money Winning Horses of the theAmerican Remarkable Jockey Feats FeatsSires American Australasian and Eng ¬ Sires of TwoYearOld Winners of lish Turf 1919 1919Thoroughbreds Handicapping and Racing with withExamples Thoroughbreds That Died During Examples 1919 1919Track HighestPriced Thoroughbreds of ofthe Track Record Speed SpeedTwenty the American and European Turf Twenty Leading American Sires of Leading Winning TwoYearOlds 1919 1919Winners LongPriced Winners of 1919 Winners of Important American Most Important Races of Foreign ForeignCountries Stakes StakesYearling Countries Yearling Sales in 1919 in America Necrology of the Turf in 1919 Etc Etc PRICES By Mail MailLEATHER LEATHER BOUND 160 PAPER BOUND 110 110full full Purchase Price Must Accompany Each Order OrderTHE THE 1920 LEATHER BOOK IS A DEPARTURE FROM THE OLD STYLE It Is in Real Leather Gold Lettered and Flexible of Cover With this eminently handy book any admirer of racing can readily answer almost any query that may come up concerning facts of racing in the past Its equal has never been printed and considering the topics it covers it is an extremely lowpriced book of general and correct turf in ¬ formation 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