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VOL. XV. NO. 172. 



WEST TAKES LION’S SHARE 



VIBITING HORSEMEN FURNISHED FOUR OF L . 
YESTERDAY’S WINNERS AT YONKERS. 

Criticism Called Forth by Improvement Shown in 
Some Instances — The Fad Returns to Winning 
Form — ^Announcement on Saratoga Stakes, 
i/ 

New York, July 10. — Western lioises won four of 
the six ra<*es :it Yonkers today. They were Ilalket. 
t'anii>eon. (;ii<linu It<*lle ami The Fad. Tlie reinaiu- 
iiig vietors were Kveiiint; Song and Bonnie Kelso, 
two eonsistent raeers fnmi the inetro|>olitan ra<dii" 
e.oi^tablishinents of Harry Tayne Wh.itney and (.Jeor;:** 

M. Oiloni. Wmii the exeeptioir of (Jeorge .?. I.ontr. 
ttie visiting horseni«‘n were gt*in*rally eritieised for 
the sudden iinproveinent displayed by their h<*rses. 
C'onspienoiis among thes«‘ was The Fad. whose amaz- 
ing apmMl today was in gltiring contrast to his pre- 
vious effort, ill whl«*h. notwithstanding that it was 
l»re«-<‘de<l by a private trial at five furlongs, said to 
have lM*en done in the seii.sati<»niil time of one min- 
ute. tlie Van !Meter gelding was unable to raise a 
respectable gallop. 

The handicap f«*r two-year-olds furnished the most 
Interesting ra«-e of the <lay. a uuintette of giKsi ones 
that included The Fad. Fanntleroy. Donan. I.a»nise S. 
and Firebox participating. The eventual winner 
srM‘e«lily pna-eedml t<» niii away from his opiMisition. 
The pace was so fast that Donan. the tlylng lead<*r's 
most |M‘rsisteiit pursuer, tin**! ba<lly at th*‘ eml. Tli.'s 
iM*rniitted tin* rating and staying Faunth*roy to l>**at 
him <lecisiv**ly f*>r tin* plac**. Fauntleroy in*arly 
overhauled Th** l'a«l as w**ll. Louis** S., starting f*)r 
the first time in tin* iiaun* nini c**l**rs of .Iam**s F.. 
tJaffn**.v. finishiMl with a b**lat«**l rush and this g*M>*l 
filly’s race should not Ik* taken seriously. Tin* same 
thing applies with «*<iual f**rcv to Dr. Barkley, whh h 
finished unplaced in tin* mile handicaii to (Hiding 
B**ll**. t'asiiue and Prince Ahnn*d. The Schulte filly 
enj*>y*Ml a big pull in tin* weights an*l was pndiabiy 
iK'tter st*rved by the truck conditions than any of h**r 
a*lv»*rsaries. 

Ilalket. with Dugan up and an outside iMtsitiim. 
also enjoy***l a iinmopoly of racing luck. ri*liiig tal**nt 
ainl favorable f**oting. One of tin* principal stewanls 
«*f the jockey club, however. w*eme*l to view what 
In* <*onsider***l the in-and-*mt running of the w**st**rn 
trainers ami horses wMtli disfavor. He was overh**ar*l 
t*» express himself to th** «*ffect that som** *>f th«*sc 
iiKMi iniiM*rile«l the s|wrt wln*rev«*r tln*y race*l. Then* 
is a gniwing opinion that tin* Jo<*k**y <*lub handicap- 
p«*r s«***ms at a los-s to prot»orly classify the west- 
«*rn horses. 

The program, though lacking in srH*clal features. 
*lerelo|)e*l extra g«MMl s|M»rt. Fav*»rit**s h**ld their 
own. with thr*‘c ra«*es t*> tln*ir cnnlit. Page was 
highly praise*! for his skillful an*l p**rslst**nt han*! 
ling of (’amp**«ni. which s**«*m***l a lM*at**u horse a fur- 
l*»ng from the wire in tin* .s****«>n*l ra**e. 

Th*>mas Hitchc*M*k’s g*nMl st****i>l**chaser. ralif*»niia 
King, has b<*«*n ship|M*d to France to try f*»r cr*»ss- 
country h«mors tln*n*. 

A. Henry Higginson of Boston, a pr*miin**iit m**m- 
b**r *»f tin*' hunt clubs of tin* cast, has aniuin**! tin- 
g*KHl ste**pl*'Chaser Sir Wo<*ster. 

.T**lm K. Ma*l*len unule an extensive shipment of 
rac***rs to Sartitoga t*nlay. 

Tlie Saratoga Ass*K*iation has aiinouin****! the 
adde*l nnmey to f**iir of tln*lr big tixtur**s. Ti e 
(Irand Fnion und Fnlte*! States, for two-y**ar-*»l<is. 
will ea<*h have $(1,000 add**d. while tin* Spiiiawav 
ami Tnivers will get $."»(k)o api«***e. Entries for 
yearlings will close *m the usual dat**. 

It is s;ii*l that .M*<'ahey ro*l** Krikina. the hot tin 
in the s*****>nd race, with his feet out of the stir- 
rups, This gr*»atb' enh*ain*e*l the value «»f the filly’s 
race. She is a graml l*K>ker and may Ik* a wming 
gooil one. 

W*KKlf**ril (’lay has ship|M*d his g»**Ml filly. Oc**an 
B*»un*l. to Saratoga, wiier** she will be fitted f*»r her 
stake **ngag**nn*nts. 

It was a trifl** cloudy to*lay. but this circumstaine 
di*I not mat«*rially aff**«*t th** atteinlan****. wiii**h was 
about five thousaml. The rain of y**st«*r«lay had 
s*»ak**d the tra**k, but it was harrow***! into fairly 
g«»«Hl sha|N* on the outside, while the inside remain***! 
heavy in spots, 

HILDRETH SHIPS CRACKS TO SARATOGA. 

N**w Y**rk. July 10. — 'Fayette, his lat**st a**qulsi- 
ti*in. was on** **f a **(msignm**nt of h*>rs*>s tliat S. C. 
Hil«lr**th shipiK**! t«* Saratoga Satunlay. He w**nt 
to the Springs with Fitz Herbert. .T*k* Madden. !{*•>- 
tlgoiniie, Dalmatian and King .lames, of the Hil- 
dreth stable. an*l a bunch lK*longing to the Chelsea 
Stabb*. I/otlmrio, Th«* Wr**stler. Iseinlune, .\ster 
d’Or and S**arpia were in the (ln*lsea lot. Pr<*ston 
Bur**h. train**r of the (iielst*a Stable, had eharg** *>f 
the Hildreth-Chelsea train, which consisted of four 
cars. 

Hiblreth niay race a few hors**s at Yonkers. bi*t 
he **xiK‘**ts to spend the lK*tt«*r part of the n**xt two 
weeks at S^irat*>ga preparing King James f*)r the 
Saratoga Han<li<*ap and Fayette for th<* $7.."iOO Trav 
ers Stakes. 'Flie Travers is F'ayette’s liest engsige- 
ment at the Springs and Hil*lr**th has an idea that 
he <*an get Fayette in su**h condition by the *lay *»f 
Its running that he will beat his hitherto su**eessful 
rival. Hilarious. Hilarious will b*‘ar the silks of 
Jami*s R. Keene in the Trav**rs. He is alrea*ly at 
Saratoga ah*l James Rowe is at w’ork on him. 

It is thought likely that Hiblreth may buy a 
*-*>uple of two year-olds from Madden during t.ic 
Saratoga meeting, 

CANDIDATES FOR SARATOGA SPECIAL. 

New York, July 19. — F*dlowing is the full list of 
nominations for the Saratoga Si»e*ial. the chief of 
the juvenile events to be decided at Saratoga Siirings 
next month: 

Wtiodford Clay — Ocean Bound, Bion. 

Ch«‘lsea Stabb* — Scarpia. Little King, I.othario. 

Thomas Cly*le — Megantie, Dalhousie, Sorel. 

Samuel J, Dogg«*tt — Aug**r*)na. 

(’harles L. Harrison — Wablo. D*'in*»erat. 

James R. Ke**ne — ,Sw’**ep. (;rasrn«*re. Flashing. 

Mrs. Lillian A. Livingston — Lovetie, Amelia Jenks. 
Arawak. 

Richard T. Wilson. Jr. — CamllelKjrry, Brushbroom, 
M**xoana. 

J*>hn E. .Ma*bb*n tfirst subs*-riptb»n> — Newmark**t, 
.Naughty B*iy. Bishop; (s«*c*>ml subscri|»ti*)iii — No**n. 
Sli*-ker. Wat**h Me. 

Jam**s M«-Manus— R*K*ky (>’Bri**n. M**«lallion. 

J. L. McCinnis — Shannon, Charlie Hargrave.* Cap- 
tain Swanson. 

Oue*-k Stable ---\navrl. 

Rang»*b*y Stabb* — Black Clil**f. B**ii L«*yal. 

John Sanfonl -Dicskan, St. Ibgis. Herkim**r. 

J. B. R**sp«*ss — Dick Welb*s — Barbara M. colt. 
Dick Welles— Helen’s Pet colt. 

JAMES GAFFNEY BUYS LOUISE S. 

New York. July 19. — Jura«*s Caffney has purchas***! 
th** two-y**ar-ohi ch**stnut tilly. L*>nise S.. by The 
Coininon(*r — Mary .\giu*s. fnuii Walter (•rat**r ami the 
latt**r will at one** return west t** take uj> bis y**ar 
tings ill Kentn**kv. He lias a g*t«MlIy nniiilK*r of 
young horses ami be expe**ts to ship tli**'b**st of tlieni 
* ast next s**asoii If they show anything at Churchill 
Downs in tiie spring. 

I.onise S. was bre*l by Waller O. Parmer at the 
Etb*nwol*l Slinl in Tennessee ami. like most of the 
sons ami danghter.s *>f Th«* C**mm*»n**r, she Is a w**Il- 
luiilt miss *»f ruggeil conformation. Th** w’iniiing 
of the Cll!»s**tta Stakes at Latouiu is her most im- 
liortaut acUievement to date. 



CHICA(3^0, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1909. 





THIRTY LEADING MONEY 


-WINNING OWNERS 


* pjm 

Th** Lawreni*e Realization and a few other races of gixal value liave enabled S. C. Hildreth to move so 


far III advance of his m*arest c(iuip(*tit«ir that it s<*ems 


almost sure that lu* 


is <lestine<l to suceeeil Janies R. 


beene in his a**<*iist**med proud iKisltloii of 


leailer of 


American 


owners in 


statilo earnings. Mr. K<»ene Is 


stilt sei'oiid, 


, lint s*i far liehiiid that it will 


be difiieiilt 


for 


bim 1 


io overtake 


Hiblreth. Barney SchreilR*r has 


improve*] hi 


is |M>sitioii and Is now third but 


. so far as 


the 


two leaders are 


concerned, a distant third. ’Phe 


th:rty lea<lers and their stable ree*>rds are i 


uow as follows: 








Wou in 










Won in 




1908, 


Owner, 


1 st. 


2 * 1 . 


. 2 d. 


1!NK). 


Ivcading Winner. 


$ 109.!>65 


S. C. Hildreth 


41 




*211 


$125.TJ7 




282. (iT5 


.T. R. K**em* 




•2 


s 


5!). 652 




KS.,*{ 2 !» 




101 


91 


79 


.”41.470 




28 .520 


H. G. Bi'dwell 


(K> 


45 


47 


:»4.7(52 




. 22 .!MtS 


P. T. Chinn 




;i 6 


48 


.24.125 




49.(SH2 


F. .V. Forsyth** 


;S7 


22 


.24 


2!>.7.’{0 




.T{.:: 2 o 


It. L. 'n-omas 


42 




28 


28..570 




41.(K85 


W. Walker . 





;{8 


42 


2;{,27(t 




171.217 


J. E. .Maililen 


8 


18 


12 


1 !».:L 20 




21 .DC.I 


.St. Jaimi's Stable 




.29 


48 


17.85.5 




2S.8S5 


K**eii** Bros 




IS 


18 


17.245 




2:’.. 8.58 


P, Diimie 


40 


27 


21 


14.S.VI 




21.785 


T. H. Willlaius 


24 




;;i 


14u7J>5 




22.9.25 


W. (T«*rst 




.20 


:to 


12.295 




2..STS1 


J. .Mi'Maniis 


17 


24 


12 


11.700 




14.2.50 


Pasadena Stalile 


.24 




8 


ll.:i40 




25. .201 


J. W. Ciilt 


20 


14 


,7 


10.8.57 




(»25 


Ib'iidersoii & Hoguu 


. . 


2 (i 


27 


Kt.725 


Frank G. Hogan 


1.070 


C. L. Harrison 




1 


2 


10.000 




9.645 


O. K*ienigslK*rg 


i:t 


6 


,7 


10.010 


Rose Queen 


14.147 


II. It. BniiHlt 


14 


6 


5 


9..540 




14.(M>.2 


(;. II. nolle 


17 


22 


io 


9.490 




4!».5SO 


It. F. Carmcin 


19 


21 


28 


Jt.225 




1 . 77.5 


William Garth 


14 


14 


9 


8 . .525 




.tH.irjji 


(;. .\f. Odom 


15 


14 


-5 


.8.105 




6.0(45 


J. H. Brannon 


12 


12 


8 


7.815 




S..5ir.5 


Oiie«-k Stable 


10 


lO 


4 


7.675 




47.151 


L. A. Ci'Ila 


18 


8 


12 


7.(425 




19.(M»5 


S. Emerv 


1.2 


K 2 


il 


7..500 




J». 1 S 8 


P. M. Civill 


IS 


7 


8 


7.245 




$1.2,2!>..5<Ki 


(. 20 ) 


846 


6 (r 2 


Ci27 


$628,040 





FALL PROGRAM AT BLUE BONNETS. 



CALIFORNIA TEST CASE ADVANCED. 



Montreal Jockey Club Announces Stakes for Autumn Attorney for Racing Interests Makes Public Grounds 
Meeting to Begin Sept. 4. on Which He Is Confident of Upsetting Law. 



Th«* .M*>utreal Jock»‘y Club auiioiiuces an attractive 
program *»f stake events for its autumn mwtiiig. 
which will Ik.* held this jear in SeptemtR*r. opening 
**ii Satiirilay. tlu* 4th, and ooiicluding on Saturday, 
the ISth. **mbraciug thirteen racing days in all. 
Tin* entrb*s for the stakes will close with the secr**- 
tar\. 11 St. Sucrameuto street. Montreal, at mbl- 
uight Tliiirs*lay. August 15. ami those who desire 
blanks may obtain them faom him. 

Tin* spring im eting at Montreal wras the most siic- 
****ssfnl ev**r held by the Montreal J«x*kej’ Club, in 
spite of tin* s**«inrge of influenza which incapacitat***! 
so many h«»rs«*s and which was particularly s**vere on 
th** th*>r«>iiglibrc**ls *jiiart**re*l at Toronto. Th**ro is 
**v**ry i***as*>ii t*» believe that the autumn session will 
show an improveim*iit s*> far as class h*irs**s arc c*ni- 
***‘rii***l ov**r that of June, as most *»f the hors**s that 
w**n* si«*k are *mc** imire in training, to say nothing 
**f s**v**ral hiindr***! h**a*l that have since t*ome into 
Canada fnmi Kentucky and the west. Last spring 
*listeiii|H*r f**ll with espi'i ial severity upon the stable 
of J*>s**ph E. St*:igram. M. P.. jiresident of the Caii- 
inliaii Racing Ass*)(*iati«>ns. who has had but two 
Imrses in training out of his tw**nty-four. The many 
frb'iids «>f this go*Ml sportsman horn* that he will have 
a full im*Hsur** of siicc<*ss in the autumn, when Boii- 
*inet and other fl****t racers owned by him probably 
will Ik* th**ms(‘lv**s again. 

The lK*st event on the program for Blue Bonn**ts 
next fall is the Earl (Jrey Cup, for three-year-obls 
ami upward, at one mile ami a *]uarter, which has an 
add**d value *>f $1..'»(H>, hut the Laurier Handicap, for 
thr**c y«*ar-*>lds. at one mile and an eighth, which 
has $1.2(Hl ad(U**l by the club, will also attract a 
str*»ng H**bl and should furnish an equally go*Kl con- 
test. The St. D**nis and Cham(dain ar** selling events 
at six furlongs ami *m** mile n^pectlvely. and each 
will have $1.(MMI a<ld*Hl hy the Montreal .T*>ck«*y Club. 
The o|K*n two-year-obi events are the Hochelaga. a 
liamlicap at sev**ii furlongs, and the Huron, a selling 
rac«* at six furlongs. The fonii**r sh*tiil*l furnish a 
cracking g«KKl <*ontcst, as it is far enough t*» test the 
stamina as w**ll as tin* sp**«**l of those that go to the 
m»st. Th** oth**r tw*>-ye»r-ol*I ev«mt Is th** Pr*iviiicial 
Nursery, for y*iuiigsters owii**d, foaled ami raised in 
the I*r*>vinc«* of Qu**b**e. This is th<* first running of 
a stake wiiich th** M*mtreal Jock**y (Hub hoiK*s and 
b**lieves is d**stln*'*l t*> *lo a world of goral f**r th** 
a*lvaiic«*ni**iit of th** h**rs** l»re(*diiig imiustry in the 
provim***. nu*r** probahiv will be not more than 
four or fiv** contestants this y**ar. tint in 1910 tlior** 
will be inor*? and. und«*r governmental aid. the time 
is not far distant when a *Ioz**n or more contestants 
will g** to the p«»st. For this race the coming fall 
the Montreal ,T*H*k**y Club will add $.500 ami the 
l>r<»vlncial g*»vernm**nt will contribute a lik** amount, 
wliich will 1 r* divi(l**d aiming the lireeders of the first 
four horses in the following ratio: $22.5 to th»* 

br**ed**r of th** winner. $12.5 to the lireeder of the se< - 
oml. $75 to the bree«ler of the third, and $.50 t** the 
l)r*‘***l**r of the fourth. TIuiroughhre*! inar<*s are lR*ing 
bought by (Canadian gciillemon whose interest has 
iK'cn ar*ius*Hl ami these arc being mated wiili stal- 
lions that have liecn brought from England ami the 
Unit***! States with the blood of champions in th«*ir 
veins. 

Th«* st**epl**»*has<* stake is the Stratht**ma. over 
the two and a half mile (*<iurse. which has an add***I 
value of $1,0(K). , The fa**t that but one stake is pr*i- 
vided for ’chasers do**s not mean that Montr**al will 
not liang up as much immey as usual for cross- 
country races. On the <*«intrary. some of the ov**r- 
night ra**es through the field will have $600 or $700 
added, and if then* an.* siifli«'ient horses on the 
grounds to warrant it there will be a race through 
the field every day. 

The stake program for the meeting will Ir* n*- 
infon*ed by s**yeral ra****s with $600 aud $700 adde*I. 
Th*‘ list of stakes follows: 

ITovim*ia! Nursery, for two-year-olds. $500 added; 
5-S mile. 

Hm*liel:ig*i Handi**ap. for two-year-olds. $1,000 
ad*b**l: 7-S mile. 

Huron Selling Stakes, for two-year-ohls. $1,000 
added: 2-4 mile. 

Laurier liamlicap, for three-y«*ar-olds, $1,2 Cm> 
ad*le«l: 1 1-8 miles, 

Earl (irey Ciq). for thr<‘e-year-*il*ls ami upward, 
$1..500 added; 1 1-4 miles. 

Champliiin Selling Stakes. f*»r thrcc-year-olds an*l 
npwanl. $1.0oo ad*!***!: 1 mil**. 

St. Denis Selling Stakes, for thrce-ycar-obls uinl 
iipwanl. $ 1 . 0(10 ad^**l: .".-4 mile. 

Stratlniiiia Steeple«*has** Haiidicaii. for fuiir-year- 
olds aud upwanl. $l.iKi0 add***!; about 2 1-2 miles. 



SQUABBLE OVER MONTANA LAW. 



Butte. Mont.. July 19. — Att*irney-(;**ii<*ral (Jahii 
has d**ciai*‘d that any att**mpt to liohl amith**r 
ra**e m**eting <*f thirty days’ duration at Butte, fol- 
lowing that of til** Butte Jock«*y Club. w<hiI*1 Ih* an 
evasl*m «if the spirit ami intent of the Montana law, 
even though a m*w cnclosiin* should b«* <*«>nstnicte*l. 
ami th*' law th**rchy t**<*hnieall.v »vii*ie*1. H** has 

a*lvis«*(l th** <*oiiiuiissi*»ners of Silv**r Bow County, in 
whi«li Bun** is I*K*at*’d. that t.h**y sh*iul*l *!*• th**ir’ul 
most 1*1 pr**V4*iil li**ltiiig ***>v**ring a urnre **xteiid**.l 
|M‘ii*Kl than th** thirty *luys that the pr<*s**rii Butte 
meeting Is s< h*‘*lul*‘*l t*i run. lu a spirit of r**taliatioii 
Ab** (’*ib**ii ami William Me.ver. wli*i **x|k***1***I t*i pro- 
mote th** s****iii*l m****tlng. liMve Intimat***! that t!i**v 
will make an ♦•ff«irt t** liiiv** th** mursiiig ra****s au*l 
tlie Sumla.v J*R*k**.v (’luii ra<***s that are *>c**asii*nall.v 
nin ill Butte inclmle*! in tin* seh***lule of the thirty 
*lays of racing l**galiz***l by the statute passed at the 
last session of the legislature. 



San Francisc*o. Cal.. July 19. — That a “double 
iienalty’’ has lR*eii iirovided in the Walker-Otls anti- 
i.t tting law passeil by the last session of the legis- 
latim*. ill that the act reads that the punishment for 
a violation of the Liw may Ir* either one year’s im- 
prisonment in the state prlstm or one year in the 
c**uiity jail, will he the contention of attorney Carroll 
Cook, rt'pr* .sentiug Frank O’Sliea, when 0’Sh**a’s case 
is li«*anl b.\ the Appelhite Court f*>r the first district 



of California on a iR'tithin f*ir a writ of habeas cor- 
pus just filed. O’Shea was arrested at the I^Ieside 
Coursing Park July 7 f«ir violating section .‘m 7A of 



as arrested at the 



the penal ***k1o. C*H>k. his attorn**y. applied to the 
Sn|K*rior C*>iirt for a writ of habeas corpus, hut Judge 
Van Nostn-iiii has refus**d to nmsider the petition 
<111 tin* ground previously taken by Presiding Jndg** 
('ahaniss. that as the question at issue may arise 
in any county of the state, it is bt'st to test the law 
before an Ap|H*llate Court. 

('<Kik immediately appli**d to Judg<* Kerrigan of the 
App»*Ilate Court f*ir a writ ami one was issued, re- 
turnable Monday. July 26. When O’Shea’s case was 
pending In the SiiiK*rlor Court his bail was but $25. 
and in his petithm lu* usk(*<l that that nominal figure 
he maintaineil, but Judge Kerrigan raised the secur- 
ity to $190. 

O’Shea’s p<*tition all«*gt*<l that he was arrested 
without warrant or complaint ami that the com- 
plaint suhs<*qu**ntly filed against him b.v policeman 
James McEntee d<ies not allege any facts to consti- 
tute a piihllc offense under the laws of the state. 
Section 2.27A of the pemil cihIc. under which O’Shea 
is held, is alleged to be “absolutely voi<l and of no 
effect and in direct conflict with the constitution of 
the state *)f California.” 

Wh**ii tlu* O’Shea <*ase came up before Judge Van 
Nostraiul, Assistant District Atl*>mev Harrison a.sk**d 
leave to argue the siifficb*ii<*.v of the complaint 
against O'Shea bi'fore the application was roferreii 
to the Atipellate Court. 

“We suggest.” said '"ook, addressing the court 
“that as the matter involv<*s the validity of the 
secti*m of the co*le under whl<*h the arrest was 
made, it ought to Ik* decided by the Apiiellate 
Court, so that the decision will apply thnnigbout 
the state.” Cook also cited the c*ase of one Adams. 
whi<*h Jmlg** Cabaiiiss iiassed up to the Omrt of 
Apjieals. although It never w<*nt to trial before the 
latter lK>dy, because of the iiisutticienoy of the in- 
dictment. 

Harrison wantoil to argue the sufficieuc.v of the 
pr**s(*nt case against O’Shea, but (!ook claimed the 
siitfici**ncy was not in *im*stion. Judge Van Nostraiul 
tlu<ii grunted the motion that it go to the Appellate 
Court. 

While l**aving the Siijierior Court, Carroll Cook 
said: 

‘I am so Kur«* that the law will Ik* de<-lared un- 
constitutional that I *lon’t mind r<*vealing my hand. 
Of course, if tlu* iieiialtv is void the statute itself 
is void. Our claim is that th** iienalty provided in 
this law is abs*>lut<*ly voi*l. The legislature has no 
power to fix any such rR*nalty as is fixed. Ther«*f*ire 
tlu* allegation *if crinu* iimler the s**ction must fall.” 

Assistant District Attoriu*y Harrison maintains that 
there an* Supreme Court de<-lsions stating that stat- 
ut<*8 pr*ividiiig for imprisonment in either tlu* state 
prison «ir tlu* **<iiinty jail are **oiistitutioiial. In 
lmndre*ls of se**tions the* legislature lias provMed for 
siicli alternative forms of punishment, Harrison 
claims. | 

JACKSONVILLE MEETING TO RUN 120 DAYS. 

Buffalo. N. Y.. July 19. — .H. D. Brown, manager 
of the Florida State ITalr and Racing Association, 
was a visitor at Fort Firle »Satur<lay. Mr, Brown 
ha*l just arriv**d fmm th»* south. He broiiglit glow- 
ing accounts *if th** improvements made at .Moncrief 
Park since tiie close of the meeting there last 
spring. He said: 

”We contemplate giving a high-class meeting nexrt 
winter — *>iu* tlmt will rank with any in the coniitrv, 
Moiu rief Park is being beaiitlfi***! aiul laid out on tin* 
plan of the SIu*epshea*l Bay <**nirse. We are in- 
creasing the capacity of the graiulstand. and it will 
be twice the siz** that it was last winter. wlii**h 
iii**aiis tliat it will m*>asure ov**r :590 feet in lengtii. 
We are adding 600 stalls to the .5(N> that were built 
last spring, which will **iuible ns t*i pr*ivi*le ac<-om- 
nuHlations f«ir over l.tXMi horses. Tlu* new stables 
are lK*ing hiiilt «iii tlu* plan of tluise at L*>s .\ng**h*s. 
Ea*'h stable win lie s**iiarafe<l b.v an avenue ove»* 
iilimf.v f**et wi*h*. TIi**re will lie fine roads hetw**«*n 
each stall!**. The lawns hav** all b<*eii leveled and 
sown h» grass aiul palms, aiul sbriibs have lK><*n set 
*uit alMMit the gmiinds. .\ top dressing of loam has 
b**en iilaceil *in tlu* tra**k aiul ct g«KNl tuirse should run 
a mil** <iver It in tu*tter than 1:40 now. 

*‘W«* have *Ie*-i*ie*l to iKgin <im- racing on Thanks- 
giving Day an*l run for 120 days. We will b«* liberal 
in «iur *ifferiiigs of stakes ami purses, and I’m sure 
that tlu* horsemen will Ik* satisfied with them. 
list <if tin* stakes will lie aiinoiim*ed later on.” 

Mr. Brown left for .Ta4*ks*inviIIe last night, but 
will r**turn mirth during th** Sarat*iga meeting. 

ALFRED NOBLE DESTINED FOR SPRINTS. 

New Y*irk. July 19. F*irmer Al*l*‘rman James E. 
(laffiu'.v. says tiiat he lieli»*ves .\lfre*l N*ible Is not 
cut *nit f*ir l*mg instance ra**es, hut will ilevelop into 

sprint**!* of the Rosi'lien type. .\s s«Km as AIfr***I 
Nolil** has tHl***l his stak** *‘ngagemeiits at Yonkers 
aiul .Sara t*iga. Mr. <Jaffiu*v thinks he will have Frank 
W**ir pri'par** tlu* hors.* for short -illstance events, in 
whi**h tlu* lilg ra**er will doubtless appear at the 
Sheepshead Bay fall meeting. 



PRICE 5 CENTS. 



TWO MISHAPS AT FORT ERIE 



ACCIDENTS END CAREERS OF RACERS BEAU 
NASH AND GALT. 

T. M. Green Reduces Track Record for Five and 
One*Half Furlongs — Steeplechase Jockeys Under 
the Ban — William Walker Buys Apache. 



Buffalo. N. Y., July 19. — T<slay’s racing at Fort 
Erie was marred by s|iills which attemlcd the run- 
ning of th<* first two ra<*es and were resiKinsible for 
the death of a pair of racers. In the o^ner. Beau 
Nash, the favorite, went down as a result of crowil- 
ing at the half mile post and his destruction fol- 
loweil on a**count of the colt baviug sustained a 
fractured leg. The secoml race was a steeplechase 
and was replete with mishaps to ail the starters ex- 
cept Bergoo. the winner. Galt was killed instantl.v 
when he fell at th»* eleventh jump and landed on his 
neck. J<M*key Reid, who hail the mount on Beau 
Nash, wras the only rider to sustain injuries aud they 
were of a trill ii\g nature, 

Th** goiKl cjird again s<*rved to attract a large at- 
tendance to the course, and. as most of the winners 
were well suiiporteil, th<* s|Rirt was profitable as well 
as enjoyahh* to tlu* many. The steeplechase was in- 
tend«*d as tlu* featun*. but it was a farcial contest, 
in <‘*insciiuenc«* of tlu* mishaps that befell all but 
the winii**r. During the early running Bannell was 
the lead**r, but a swerve at th** eighth hedge enabled 
Bergoo to g*i to the front Jiiul h«* was not thereaft»*r 
headed. Bannell held the others safe until ap- 
proaching the final jump. wh**rt* he unseat(*d his 
riiler and- alloweil CaltMirahatchee to take secoiul 
money. Hiuldy, which ha*I lK*<*n carried out when 
Rt'ginald Isilted at the first jump, was remount*.*d 
aud finished in tim<* to get third place. 

The imrse race at a mile i***siilte<l in an easy vic- 
tory for the inuchTimprove*! Apache, w'hich le<l from 
start to finish ajul wrou cantering in the fast time of 
1:29. The Minks made a sensational stretch run 
and came from last place to wear down Gretna Green 
for secoml money. 

The sprint handicap was taken by Little Osage in 
easy style. He was favorite ami led from barrier 
rise. Lady Esther was the nearest contender through- 
out. 

In the up<>ning race Brevlte came with a rash at 
the eml an<l manag**d to wear down Royal Report. 
Stolypin. which ha<l graduateil from the mau1**ti 
ranks in his t>revi*ius essay, made good in the sixth 
race, in which he lK*at Dispute aiul Woolwlmler. 

The Judges have l>eon quietly at work for several 
clays IcRikiiig into the running of several steeple- 
chases. :in*l, as a n*sult of their investigation, 
promulgated a ruling this afternoon warning from 
the c*ourse jockeys Archibald ami B*‘amish. This 
practically amounts to a ruling off. as the (’anadiati 
Racing Ass* h* 1 at bins probably will supplement this 
ruling by revoking their lic«*n»es. Jockey Stone 
was also involved to some extent, hut his <»8e is 
still pending, and until Its final disposition he will 
not be* iiermitt**d to accept mounts. Archibald Is 
said to have be**n guilty of fraiuliiJent practices in 
that he attc*mptc*d to fix races, .\ccording to report 
Dr. K*ich was the supposed nominee when Ester- 
joy won. Dr. K*R*h on that oc*c*asion met with a 
mishap and failed to finish. John Dillon is said to 
luive been the one selected on Friday last, but Ber- 
goo upset tlu* plans. Beamish is alleged to have 
aided j\r<'hIhHld. 

T. M. Gi«*en. in winning the third race. rednc*e*l 
the track r**cord for five aud cme-half furlongs from 
l:o6i{ to 1:06S. 

Tlie jmlgi's today w**nt furth**r into the complaint 
of jockc*y Haynes, rider of Reidmoore on Saturday, 
and annouiict'd that jfK*kt*y Musgrave, who rod** 
Gilc's, had been suspeuded and lined $50 as a result 
of his tactics. 

Jock«*y .McKinney was fiiu*d $50 by the starter for 
disohcdienc'c* at the jiost in the steeple<*hase race. 

Janu's Mcljauglilin. Jr., has ac**iulrc*d the contract 
on Guy Burns’ s**rvicn‘s for the remainder of the 
Canadian sc*ason and will make his future engage- 
ments. McLaughlin purchased tixlay the filly. Daisy 
Garth, from William Garth. 

William Walker purchased Aiiac^he after bis vic- 
tory tills afternoon for a reported price of $1,500. 
ahont half of what shrewd iiorsemen con»ider him 
worth, I‘. T. Chinn is sahl to have lieen willing to 
pay $2,0(!0 for him. Apa<*he will ibe shipped, to- 
g«*tlier with Marse AIr*. to Empire nty tomorrow. 

J<K*key Nlcol was a visitor tliis aftermxin. He is 
eii route to Saratoga, wliere he will ride for the 
Chelsea Stable. 

IMPROVEMENTS AT WINDSOR TRACK. 

Buffalo. N. Y.. July 19.— With the Fort Erie me«'t- 
ing more than half ov**r, it becomes evident that 
this Canadian track will return a haml.'Kime pi**ifit 
to its stfK'kholders this season. The racing has been 
giHKl and the patronag** In kc**ping. There are many 
giKKl horses here that hav** not as yet start«*d. They 
are being rest**<l up tiy their owners for the fall 
(‘ampaigns. Several stables have eleete*! to ship 
from here to Saratoga, among them P. T. Chinn and 
John Dyniont. majority *if the horsemen will go 
from here t*> Windsor, however. 

The Highland Park .T<K*k#y Club, which now con- 
trols Wlmisor. has made great improvements in that 
Canadian course*. Several now stables have been 
ere<*t***l to take tlu* pla**e of those that were burned 
last fall. They have lR*en erecteil on the property 
that the <‘lnb ae*]uin*<l from Joseph James. A new 
paddix'k has also been built. It is on the order of 
the one at Sarat*>gu. lieing l(x*ated in a grove of 
trees. The improvements also include a clubhouse, 
which is located 1r*1ow tlie grandstand. The steeple- 
chase course, which Is one of the best in Canada, 
has lieeii given a lot of attention by the track sup<*r- 
intend**nt and is in splendid shape. Messrs. Parmer 
and Hendrie, who were here f(w a few days last 
week. re|K>rt that they have received applications 
from sonii* of the best stables in the wast for ac- 
commodations at Windsor and that the meeting 
promises to he the best ever held at that point. 

ROME RESFESS’ SARATOGA NOMINATIONS. 

Cincinnati. O.. July 19. — Rome Respess has made 
many nominations t«i th** stakes at .Saratoga which 
clos**<l this year. He has his Dick Welles — Barbara 
.NI. colt and another by the. same sire out of Helen’s 
Pet ill the Saratoga Siu***ial. Wintergreen. Turley 
and R*K*ki*astle an* in other events, while Miss Alert 
is ill a ra**e for hors«*s that have not won $1,000 this 
y*-ar. Marathon has also tR*«*n entered. The faet 
that R<*s|m*ss shipp***l to Saratoga makes it appear 
as if h** li**Il**v**s he has some giKMl horses in his 
I'arn. otherwise the string would have gone to Fort 
Erie. 

DEATH OF FORMER GREAT RACE HORSE. 

Judge Morrow, liny horse, foaled 1887. by V’aga- 
Imml. out of .MiKinliglit. by Joe Johnson. re<*entlv 
*ii**d at P. S. Hunter’s Otterburn Farm, near Ix>rett«i. 
Va. Judge Morrow wou, among other races, the 
BriKiklyn Ilainlieap of l.SS»2, ami earned for his va- 
rious owners $77.21.2. His r*R*«ir*l was 3J1 firsts. 27 
se**i»ii*ls and .21 thirds out of 141 starts. 

ERROR OVER RIALTO’S SATURDAY' ODDS. 

There was a telegraphic error In Daily Racing 
Form’s imIiIs against Rialto In Saturday’s third ra<e 
at Kmpin* City. Th**y were wired and priiiteil: 
OlM'iiing, 8 to 5; closing. 8 to 5: place. 9 to 10: 
show, 2 to 5. The actual prices were: Opening, 8 
, to 5; closing. 9 to 10; place, 2 to 5; show. out. 













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TELEGRAPHIC FORM. 

The horse.<? which sw^eiii best in Tuesday’s races 
are: 

Empire City — Yonkers. N. Y.. July 10. 

1 — Ronnie Kelso. Etodiau. Yankee Daughter. 

2 — May Fh»rence. lA-vengstoii. ('uptain Swanson. 
:i— Bla«*k Mary. Osorine, Tony Faust. 

-l-^Iack .Vtkin. Kialt<*. ('olI«M|uy. 

Follle I>«*vy. Charlie Hargrave. 

»>— Ib'auclere. Ibx-kstoue, Superstition. 

li. Forsland. 

Fort Erie — Fort Erie. Ont., July 19. 

1— Luckv Fonl. .1. W. Fyre, urlet. 

2— Mae Henley, Western Lady, Fair Louise. 

;j— Carthage. Sall.v I'reston. Aliee George. 

4- Hvperlon II, -\rloiiette. C. W. Rurt. 

5— Anne .MHJee. Elgin, Laiiigaii. 
ii— Hallaek. Lotta Creed. Met/.le. 

7 — Giles, Red Hussar, Maledictiou. 

T. K. Lynch. 



Saturday's Paid Attendance at Empire City Was 
Greatest in the History of That Track. 



New York. July 10.— Tlio inid-sen.son of the eastern 
Inrf has been reaelual and otlleers td the Jockey (31ul» 
are well satisfied witli tin* results so far attained. 
The turf is making steady progress towards its old- 
time jn»i»ul;«rity. 

It IS said that the associations have made money 
on tlie daily attendance at the races, their only 
losses being on the large stake events which were 
a heritage of the <dd reglnie. .\nnonneement is ex- 
|x*eted shortly that races will Ik* held dally at all 
the tracks the coming fall. 

Early in the sertsmi tlie tra«*k authorities directed 
that the antl-lM'ttIng law. which prohibits any but 
oral wagers, must l»e liv«*«I up to, and there liave 
lM*en no Infnietions of the statute. The pollee, 
tlierefon*. witii lew exceptions, liave been withdrawn 
f«n-m the courses. 

Sehuvler L, Parsons. )>resident of the Cone.v Island 
.HM-key ('lull. annoiine*‘s that the recent meeting at 
Sheeiishead Ray was run wifliout financial loss. We 
dill not make a dollar.” said President Parsons, ‘‘but 
we didn't lose anytliing. which was particularly 
gratifying. We ran ofl' several rich stakes. Includ- 
ing the Realization and tin* Tidal, and were agree- 
ably surpris«‘d tliat they did not entail a deficit. The 
piil’die's patronage exceeded our expectations and 
was excellent protif that racing is in a healthy con- 
dition.” 

Saturday's paid attendance at Empire City Is said 
to have been the largest sinee James Rutler obtained 
his license from the New York State Ihiciug Com- 
mission. 

MR. VANDERBILT LEADS FRENCH OWNERS. 

Statistics liave lM*en published of French flat racing 
to the end of June, sliow'ing that, notwithstanding 
the loss of the Grand Prix of Paris. Mr. W. K. Van 
derldlt still stands first on the list of winning owners 
witli sometliing over $D* 0 . 0 <m> to his credit, preceiling 
Raroii Maurice de Rotlisidiild with less, while 

.M. Edmond Rhine lias only won $7.5.000, a trifle more 
tliaii M. E. Veil-Picard. with $62.r»00. Next in order 
eoiiio .M. .1. Lieux. .M. de Rr«‘mon«i. Prince Murat, M. 
Arthur Veil-IMeard. Mr. James Hennessey. M. A. .\u- 
mont. CiHiiit Le Marois, ami Madame Chereineteff, 
who close the list as far as the winuers of over $20,- 
Ooo are com-erued. 

AMERICAN HORSES RUN DEAD HEAT. 

London. Eng., July 19. — The Wigston Maiden Two- 
Year-Old Plat4“ of 103 sovereigns, distance five fur- 
longs. at Leicester today, was w’on by Phantasm. 
James R. Keene's Coronal and August Belmont's 
Fond Mi'inories ran a dead lieat for second place. 
Ten horses started. 

BUTTE ENTRIES. 

Proliabilities: Weatlier clear: track fast. 

Racing starts at 2:.T0 p. m. (C’hicago time. 3:30.) 

XRiiiis well in mud. ©Superior mud ruuner. 

First Race— 6 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-.vear-olils and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A. Wt. Hdep. 



83521 Third Race— .3-4 Mile. Purse $.300. .3 year- 

olds. Allowanct‘8, Net value to winner $2‘25. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh, 



s:;4ti.'^Mad. Musgravel07 1« IMckens 6-5 4-5 2-5 out 

S3.'t.V»=01d Nick 10!» 2« Donvitz 3J 45 6-5 1-2 

s;;4ir.»Beau .Man 3h .Sandy 8 12 4 1 

S.34ii.3 Force 107 4' ('Henry 2 16-54-5 1-3 

M.34:i.')2.Mlss P.'nionter Oi) f>'® IVak 20 30 8 3 

(S.30.").5).Marln 107 6 EKIine 40 100 30 10 

Time. 1:14*. 

Winner— S. A. Hopton's hr. f. by EtheilM*rt — 
.\merican Beauty, by Powhattan (trained by S. A. 
Clojiton). 

Went to post at .3:.32. .\f post 1 mifiutc. Start 

goiMl. Won driving; second and third the same. 

Scratched— (8:^,^•>5)44l^ Barry. 112: .S.34:i2»Ralerlan. 
07 ; ( H.3466) Weymoutli . 107. 

Overweights — Beau Man. 2 pounds; Miss Beau- 
monter, 2. 



83522 Fourth Race— .V8 Mile. Purse $400. ,3-year- 
olds ami upward, llawdicap. Net value to winner 
$32.5. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 



8.3484 Meild. Hannah 196 IJ 


('Henry 


11- 


54 


8-5 3-5 


s:65.5«P Antioch 


92 2=* 


Thomas 


34 


11 


-59-lOout 


.S'5481-‘*BH1 Mavhani 


95 3* 


Denny 


G 


4 


6-5 :5-5 


s:54M Valencia 


KHi 4' 


AM’gan 


10 


15 


4 8-5 


S;5465-('apewell 


199 0 - 


AH’rris 


5 


7 


25 4-5 


8 : 5:541 Jane Swift 


194 6 


Kent 


4 


5 


3-2 3-5 




Time. 504. 








W’inner — F, Farrar 


’S (4i. f. 


,'5. by Bedeck— 


-Hannah 



.MiK>re (trained liy F. Farrar). 

Went to |Ki»t at 4:01. At post 6 minutes. Start 
laid. Won driving; swond tlie same; third easily. 
Soratcb<Ml—( 83348) Kerry. 105. 



83523 Fifth Race- 


-1 1-46 .Miles. Purse 


$209. 


3- 


year-ohte and upward. 


Selling. 


Net 


valut 


* to 


winner $159. 














Ind. Horse 


Wt.Fin.Jockey. On. Cl. PI. 


Sli. 


S.*5485 Pr. of Castile 


Ill 


li Sandy 


4 


2 


1 


1-2 


8 : 54 : 53 * Patriot ic 


198 


2* Aub’on 


8-5 


2 


4-5 out 


.s;5415 Arcourt 


111 


3' (’Henry 


7 


U 


5 


11-5 


.s.’5466 Flying Dance 


92 


45 J Henry 


15 


9 


4 


2 


s:5;5.57* .Meadow horn 


10!) 


5.i Pickens 


12 


12 


5 


24 


.S.34,’f4* Rldnesfoiie 


104 


G* McD’ll 


8 


8 


3 


8-5 


S,“54.’54 Queen Lead 


197 


7' All’rris 


8 


10 


4 


•> 


8.‘):5S9 ('ontriliution 


197 


8- Shriner 


10 


7 


3 


8-5 


(s:54::6)Minnie 


o:t 


9-’ Rooney 


8 


10 


4 


2 


s::415 Martiunius 


kn; 


10 EClark 


10 


15 


8 


4 




'rime. 


1:481. 










W’’inner — W. WVanU 


S gr. g. 5. 


by 


Canopus — 


La Relua (Iraineil! 


liv L. 


F. 0’I>*ar>'). 








W’eiil to tK>«t at 


4:.'5C. 


At post ,‘5 minutes. 


, Start 


giKKl. W’mi driving 


; .«M*coud the same 


: third 


easily. 


Overweights — I'atrioth*. 


1 pouml; Minnie. 


1. 





83.366 Alarmed 


105 3* Quay 5 6 


2 1 


83:592»Rlsky 


106 4* Arch’d 34 4 


8-5 4-5 


S3366 Triloba 


105 5* ('oburn 8 8 


3 3-2 


8.^366 I.Ady Rucker 


105 6* And’s’n 15 8 


3 3-2 


80174 Knub 


105 7 Cal’ ban 15 50 


20 10 i 


Time. l:a*5Vf.. 


4 


W'Inner — G. Siiuinier's li. f. by Kismet, l»y 


Melton 1 


-(’liltos** (trained by G. Suiiiiners). 




1 Start gooil. W’on cantering; second and tliird 


easily. 






83540 Second Race- 


-.3-4 Mile. Purse $200. 


3-year- 


olds and upward. 


Selling. Net value to 


w inner 


$150. 






Ind. Horse. 


Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. 


PI. Sh. 


83470 Herlves 


100 1* Ked’ris 25 45 


2 


8:5362*ZIck Abrams 


109 23 WP’ers 8 6 


25 6 5 


8:5471-Be Brief 


99 3“ Quay 3 41 


2 6 5 


834G9 Black Cloud 


107 4= McE’en 6 9 


4 2 


83425 Mr. Bishop 


99 5>5 And’ .s’ n 10 15 


6 • 3 


8:5428 Semproelle 


100 6» Vospt*r 6 6 


2 1 


S3.3G7 Harry Rogers 


100 7=5 (Coburn 8 9 


4 2 


S3120 Aftermath 


109 8* Keogh 3 3 


1 1-2 


83129 Toby 


102 9 Yeager 15 15 


6 3 


Time. l:10Vf,. 




W’inner — M. Reis’ 


b. f. 4, by Sir Ilemile 


« — Nora 


Ives (trained b.v J. 


Tigue). 




Start gotMl. W’on 


easily; second and third 


driving. 


83541 Third Race- 


-3 4 Mile. Purse $‘2()(). 


.3-ycnr- 


olds and upward. 


Selling. Net value to 


winner 


$150. 






Ind. Horse. 


Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. 


PI. Sh. 


834252La Taranta 


109 1* DRiley 2 3 


1 1-2 


83:567 Queen Alamo 


107 2® Ar’bald 4 16-53-2 7-10 


83471 Banellen 


107 3=5 Golden 10 15 


6 3 


83422 Bazil 


109 4« Keogh 4 45 


2 4-5 


.8.3362 Mike Asheim 


107 5* Vosper 8 10 


4 2 


.S3469 Elba 


107 6« J King 8 6 


2 1 


i 8:5469 Mar. Randolph 105 7* Quay 6 10 


4 2 


1 83424= Jessup Burn 


104 8 Coburn 4 3 


1 1-2 




Time, 1:16. 




1 W’inner — (Hvl Stable’s !»r. g. 7, by Taranta— La 


.Amiga (traiiieil l*y 1« 


. IL Pierce). 




Start gooii. W’oii 


driving; second the same: tliird 


easily. 







s;54(U= 


Buniing Bush . . 


. . 94 


1:06 


0 . 


104. 


.X7‘2.-i 


.s::462* 


'rim ()”roole . . . 


..119 


1 :06* 


f». 


106. 


.X720 


s:546S-! 


Silver Lisif 






7. 


,104. 


. . .720 


s.’5;5.s.s 


Native Son .... 


. .102 


1:06* 


5. 


,104. 


.X7ir. 


s;mi:i 


Prudent 


. .110 


1:07 


3. 


.104. 


. X7iri 


S.-546H* 


Hulton 


.. 95 


1:051 


5 


,106. 


. X7K) 


s:h67 


Lilly Powell . . . 






4. 


,106. 


. X710 


S.-5467 


Rustling Silk .. 






6. 


.109. 


. X705 


S34S1 


MalM‘l Hollander 






5. 


,106. 


. X 70.-1 


H’546S 


(iaivanic 






7. 


,104. 


• . .795 


S.’5.‘5Jll 


Esther .M 


..114 


1:07* 


4. 


.1(H. 


. . .705 


s;5412 


Robert Mitchell. 






7. 


.111. 


. X700 




Second Race— 


5 1-2 


Furlongs. 








.3-year-olds and 


upward. Selling. 




(.S2.5.S6) 


Rai*onteiir 


. . 97 


1:00* 


4. 


.111. 


.X725 


.S.“54S1 = 


Platoon 


. ..1(K) 


1 :07 ft 


7 . 


.109. 


.©7‘20 


(.s;u67) 


Velma C 


...110 


1:07 


4. 


.106. 


. X720 


(S.’54:52) 


Seasick 






7 . 


.10(». 


. . .715 


S3.’5!)l 


Salvage 






7. 


.101. 


.©71.A 


.S.“5;591 = 


(JraiTK* G 


. . 0 .S 


1:06 




.KM. 


. X715 


S;54S4 


John H. Siieelinn 


. . 101 


1 :06? 


5. 


.104. 


. X715 


(.s;546S) 


Dandy Daiic*er . . 


. . 190 


1:06* 


4. 


.1(H). 


. X7KI 


s:5467 


St. ,1m* 






6. 


.101. 


.X710 


(s:5;«)Ci) 


Swagerlator . . . . 






4. 


.111. 


.. .705 


S‘J479 


Inclement 


, ..lOG 


1:06* 


3. 


.106. 


. X 7(K) 




Third Rac 


e— 1-2 


Mile. 










2-year-olds. 


Allowances. 








(S.‘54S2) 


Genova 








107. 


. . .725 


S.’54.S2- 


Rey el Tovar . . . 


..108 


:48 




107. 


.X720 


(S1779) 


Eel 








107. 


. X715 


s:H64 


May Bride 








112. 


. . .715 


S:54S2 


.Miles 








KM. 


.. .710 


(S27:tl) 


Silvia Fir 


...103 


:47* 




KM. 


.•X705 


s.3;^-»:5= 


Glare 








99. 


. . .700 



83524 Sixth Race- 


-1 1-16 Miles. P 


urse $200. 


4- 


yi*ar-old8 and upward. 


Selling. 


Net value to 


winner $150. 












Ind. Horse. 


Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. 


CL PI. Sh. 


N2895 Stirlng Ban 


199 


15 V’d’.sen 


6 


7 25 


6-5 


S“{4K; Docile 


199 


2* Borel 


5 


5 2 


1 


.S.*{4N6 Elevation 


111 


3’5 K’b’um 


6 


8 3 


3-2 


S3486 Sahwarl 


KM 


4' CHenry 


10 


12 5 


25 


S.'t’MMU Katserlioff 


111 


5' Troch 


5 


6 25 


6-5 


s;{.35S 3'iisk Master 


199 


6* Mondon 


10 


12 5 


25 


8.’I4:I2 Luxiirio 


101 


75 Gargan 


12 


15 6 


3 


s:{4:{4 W’olfville 


9!) 


8* Denny 


10 


10 4 


2 


I.ady Alicia 


10!) 


9‘ Pickens 


35 


4 25 


1 


S’OOIO Pr. of Orange 111 


10=*.Sandy 


10 


12 5 


n 


s;i4;:4 Dick Redd 


114 


11 Gore 


8 


12 5 


25 




Time. 


1:49*. 






W'Inner — W’. Haw’ke’s cli. ni. 6, by 


Hand-spring — 


Ten Ban (trained by W'. 


Hawke). 








W'ent to ni>st at 


5:06. 


At post .3 minutes. Starl 


goml. W'on driving: second ami tldnl the same 




Scratchetl— 83357 


Jennie’s Beau. 112. 







83525 Seventh Race — 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $250. 
4-.vear-olds and upward, i^'lliug. Net value to 
winner $200. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. On, (71. PI, Sh. 



8;x{433Lit. Buttercup 107 



(.smujFollie L. 

( s.33M» ) Zoe Y oun.g 
S.34GS Gene Wood 
s:t;!:{7 Surety 
S'h'WO Belle Brady 
S,'»4(;7^Evran 
s;{4s;{ Jillett 



V’d'sen 6-5 6-5 3-5 1-3 



105 2» K'b’um 4 4 11-“ 

105 3- Peak 4 25 4-6 2-s 

107 4> Baird 20 25 8 4 

100 5* Shriner 15 20 8 3 

105 6‘ CHenry 20 30 12 6 

109 7» Gore 8 12 3 1 

107 8 W'F’h’r 4 55 8-5 4-1 



Fourth Race — 1 Mile. 
.3-year-olds and upw'ard. Selling. 



Time, 1:20. 

Winner — M, Tate’s b. lu. 7, by Kingston — •Flying 
Squadron (trained by M. Tate). 

Went to tKi«t at 5:.'I4. At iiost 1 minute. Start 
g<M>d. Won easily: si*cond ami ililrd driving. 

Scratched— (H.-1487) Swede Sam, 107; 8.'i4;i2- Ku- 
miss. 107; S:i4362 Buena. 107; 8343;j 1‘roteus. 100. 

VICTORIA FORM CHART. 

VICTORIA, B. C., July 14. — Weatlier clear; track 
fast. 

Thirty-fourth day. Vict(wia (Tountry Club. Sum 
iiier meeting of 61 days. 

Presiding Jutige, F. St. D. Skinner. Starter. Rlcli- 
ard Dwyer. 

83545 First Race — I 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $200. 2- 

yeur-olds. Selling. Net value to winner $150. 



S.’i485 


Hush .Money . . 


. . .10!) 


1:41* 


4. 


.KM. 


X725 


S,“!4S5-‘ 


H arcourt 


...Ill 


1 :.’{8j) 


4. 


.114. 


X729 


.S.348T) 


Frank LublKM-k 


. ..10!) 


1 :42* 


6. 


.104. 


X715 


S.-I415 


Mike Jordan . . 


. . .109 


1:4-2* 


8. 


.10!). 


. .715 


s:o;s7 


Ellerd 


...111 


1:39 ft 


6. 


.1(«). 


X710 


.'v{4S7 


Billy Myer ... 


...KM 


1:42 


4. 


.KK). 


X71U 


.s‘27CM 


Tavora 


. . .105 


1 :.’«)* 


6. 


.197. 


X710 


s;;4.s7 


Sainposal 


...101 


1:42* 


3. 


. 99. 


. .795 




Fifth Rac 


e— 1 1-8 


Miles. 









THIRTY LEADING JOCKEYS. 



4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

S.3434* Lady Kitty 5..107..X72.' 

S. 34 :W 2 L. c. Widrig 85) 1:54? 4..102..X72( 

(.S.3416) Meiidon 8.. 107 

.S3.*{S9 Kogo 107 2:02A 5..1o; 



Three jinkeys. V. 1‘owers. J. 
stein, tied for riding honors last 
.six wins. 3'aplin pressing them 
)iassing into liis second hundred 
iiing mounts. 'I'he n*cords of th( 
to and ineliiding Saturday are: 



Jockey. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


V. Powers ... 


. .,5:ts 


i:;4 


97 


Tapliu 


. .582 


193 


91 


M. McGee 


. .5,31 


91 


85 


C. H. Shilling. 


. .256 


79 


:(5 


Scoville 


. .443 


75 


01 


K. Dugan .... 


. .345 


74 


6!) 


But well 


. 411 


70 


66 


J. Howard . . . 


. .477 


69 




Page 


. .:i78 


64 


76 


ilentry 


. .394 


58 


44 


Musgrave .... 


. .;w2 


5.-1 


48 


Molesworth .. 


. .297 


r>i! 


41 


I'lckeus 




52 


49 


Goldstein 


. .;i2i 


51 


:«) 


Kennedy 


. ..’(64 


49 


51 


Coburn 


. .2*27 


48 


.’{9 


C. Ross 


. .:(62 


46 




K. .Martin 


. .24;; 


45 


.39 


A. Walsh 


. .41!) 


44 


5:> 


Hollister 


. .199 


41 


35 


Deverich 


. .:«)4 


.3!) 


;r) 


J . Le«* 


. .2(K) 


;k) 


:i3 


J. Butler 


. .261 


:i8 


22 


G. Archibald . 




:i7 


52 


J. Reid 


. .l .S!) 


37 


24 



Howard and Gold- 
wtvk. each sc-oring 
hard with five and 
ill iiuuilier of win- 
i«* tliirty leaders uii 

3d. Unp. P.C.L.W. 
S3 224 .25 6 



.S272:UEleetrow’au 107 l*i Ar’hald 3 35 1 7 

S.“{419 Ketehel 105 2-5 Vosper 6 35 1 7 

s:;2313Fire 108 3= Keogh 6 6 25 3 

.S'HIO Lady Ellz.'lbethKX) 4® EW’ms 6 4 8-5 4 

S.“5419 Cinnamon 105 5-5 M’hews 10 8 3 3 

8.3501 Orsldora 105 6- Coburn 15 50 20 1 

(8.’i.392) Swift McNenil 08 7-’5 J King 8 15 6 3 

8.'{419*Ahihu 108 8 DRiley 2 4 8-5 4 

Time. 50. 

Winner — W. Durker’s h. f, by Jw Terry — Quar 
(frained by IV. Darker), 

Start fair. Won easily; second and third I 
same. 



.s;;4:u Ixigistiiiu 

S.3.‘{47 Sam Bernard... 



8.. 107..X72O 

5.. 102..X715 

7.. 107..X715 

5.. 107..X715 



S.'{4.33) Charley 1‘aiiie. . 


...KM 1:!>4 


5. 


.19f). 


.X7L5 


s:i:{.H!)3 Hi Col (’ai> 


. ..KH; 1;.55 


9. 


.107. 


.. .715 


.S.34S5 Herman Doyle . 


...119 l:r>5 


7_. 


.112. 


...710 


s;V>2;{* Arcimrt 


...1(05 1:52* 


5 . 


.107. 


. X710 


s;{.52.3 Contriimtion ... 




4 . 


.102. 


.. .710 


83.*{47 Manila S 


:'.’l04 1:54 


6. 


.102. 


...710 



Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

4-vear-olds and upw-ard. Selling. 

8.'H.32= Kumiss 108 1:145 6. .110..X700 

.s.34(t.3 Sister Julia 4 .. 1 10.. X 695 

8.'i416’ Bardonia 104 1;15J 4. .110. . XOlHi 

83;{J)0 Daisy Frost 5.. 110 6t)0 

.s;{462= Pelham 7.. 110 685 



83546 Second Race — 7-8 


Mil 


*. Purse 


$290. 


3-j 


ear- 


olds and upward. 


Selling. 


Net value 


to 


wi 


uner 


$159. 
















H.’{422* Peggy O’Neal 


112 


1‘5 TS’van 


3 


4 


3-2 


1 


S“I422 Saiiiesaw’ 


110 


*»» 


Coburn 


25 


13-51 


1-2 


8.*{425 Lazell 


10!) 


35 


M'hews 


8 


20 


8 


4 


S:i4‘22 Ornate 


107 


4n 


Ar’bald 


3 


7 


25 


1 


8,'{256 Christine A. 


108 


55 

6= 


DRiley 


10 


15 


6 


3 


.S.*!:>!)3 Prosper 


99 


Vosper 


10 


12 


5 


2 


8.’i470 Pacifleo 


113 


7* 


H’wick 


6 


3 


1 


1-2 


S3422 Bye Bye II. 


107 


8« 


Quay 


10 


20 


8 


4 


S.3422 My BtHlquet 


107 


9 


McB’de 


12 


15 


6 


3 


Time. 


1 


0*. 










W inner— G. P. .Me 


Neil’ 


s l>. 


in. 7, by King William 


II. — Cleodora (trainml M 


G. 


P. .McNeil). 








Start good. W’on 


driving 


second 


and 


third 


the 


same. 

















Z 8.34.31 -’Hersai 11 107 1:145 7..110..X69O 

.S.T185 Garter Light 4. .112. .. .680 

II 8;{463* Anglesea 7.. 112 680 

V (iSOOS Aunt Hala 4..110..XC80 

(* S34.'12 Irish Mike 4..115..X675 

4 Seventh Race — 3-4 Mile. 

0 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



K^“^*gh 

Vaiiduscn 

T. Rice 

GiliKit 

G. Burns ... 



. . .226 :17 40 

...419 Xt 42 



Jix* W’miten 


..114 1:18 


6. 


.119. 


. . .700 


Lola W’liite . . . . , 




8. 


.105. 


. . .(K)5 






6. 


.110. 


. X6!MI 






4. 


. 110 . 


. . .(Wii 


Luxurio 




4. 


.105. 


. . .(’*80 


.Mossback 




4. 


.110. 


...680 


Jerry Sharp 


■.‘.107 1:16 


5. 


.110. 


. X6S9 


Alcor 




7. 


.112. 


. X675 


El Paisano .... 




7 . 


.110. 


.X075 


I.aidy Adelaide . 




4. 


.110. 


. . .675 


Har'ku 




8. 


.105. 


.X675 



83547 'rbird Race- 


7-8 Mile. Ihirse $200. 


3-year 


olds and upward. 


Selling. Net value 


to 


winner 


$150. 










S3.5(M Convent Bell 


107 


1* Ar’bald 8-5 1 


1-2 1-4 


S,“L54() Aftermath 


114 


Coburn 5 


8 


3 1 


8.-I426* Frieze 


100 


3=J W’ sides 3 


4 


7-6 3-5 


s;t46U*Geo. Killiorn 


114 


4* 3'S’van 20 


20 


8 4 


8.‘{:i69 Mil, Daughter 


112 


5* Vosper 5 
6 J King 15 




1 2-5 


8.*{426 Nasuierito 


104 


25 


10 5 


S:i:i96*Col. Brouston 


114 


Left.M’ews 8 


15 


6 3 


Time. 


1:29*. 






Winner — W’. M, Caine’s 


li. ni. 5, by St. 


Avonieus — 


Sister Mmlred (trained by 


A. W’. Ream). 






Start liad. W’on ea.sily; 


sei ond and third the same. 



P. T. CHINN GETS ETHELBERT YEARLING. 

Lexington. Kv., July 19.— There is quite a demand 
for Etlielhert >WrIlngs. and if then* were some to 
he oCfen*d tliey would very likely linng goml prl<*(^. 
T3ie fact is there were only four Timls of 1908 hv 
Ktlicllx-rt registenil with the .Tmkey Cluli — two colts 
and two fillies. One of these <«dts \vas pnrehased 
ia«t week hv Phil T. (’liinn from Dr. J. D. Neet of 
Versalll«*s, kv. His dam is Dancing Wave. l»y lop 
Gallant— Tarantella. Mr. Chinn al.so pur<-hast*<l tlie 

following yearlings from Dr. Neet; 

Bay coh, by Peep o’Day— Glass Slipper (sister to 

^1hiv"coVt. hy Pi*ep o’ Day — Doreen, by Uncas. 

Chestnut <*olt. I>y Handsome — St. Pauline (gram.- 
dam of I'riscillian). 

Mr. (liinn leased the running qualities of the hay 
filly liy Stalwart— East I ndia. l>y Hindo o. 

BILLY OLIVER TRAINING IN ENGLAND. 

New York. July 19.— W. L. Oliver, for many years 
one of the familiar figiin s of the Am. ricaii turf, has 
estaldishcd himself in England at Hcathcote House, 
at Epsom, and is training a string of hors**s. Of rc- 
<*«*nt v«*ars Oliver was lH*st known as tin* owner of 
Lord Badge, .\11 Gold. Ilixit .Mon. a liaim* he w^^as 
fn*<|iu*iitl V 4*ullHd biins4^If, and sotiu* otln*r us<‘ful 

platers. Sporting Lik* lias this to sa.v of Oliver: 

“W. L. Oliver is getting a string of horses at 

Heatlic«»te House. Holt’s place, at Epsom. Oliver. 

wh«« is w<ll known in tliis country, is a native of 
Siotlaiid and lias trained and owned horses in Aiiier- 
i«a for upward of twenty y»*ars. J. R. Keene gave 
Oliver a |M‘tsoiial letter of introduction to the stew 
ards of tlie J«Kkey ('lull, who granted him a license 
to train w ithin fort.\ -eight hours. ” 

ANTI-BETTING MOVE IN BELGIUM. 

Ixmdmi. Eng.. Jiilv 10. -in Belgium, famous for 
its Osleiid nieliig. a lull is to lie iiitriMliiced in tlie 
Belgian CliamiMT to aiNdisli tiie lMM>kiiiakers. Bel 
giiiiii was once eall«*d tlie ‘“eagiiotte of Euroix*,” and 
every little town then had its ““kursaal” and gam- 
Itliiig elul» wliere roiiletje and liacearat were |ila.v«*«l. 
Blit now IlicM* liave all Iteeii wiped out and tlie drive 
is against raring i»v the same eh*meiit in the nmi- 
uiimllv When M.‘ Mar.piet witlidrew his subsidy 
to tile' races at osleiid. tlie only way tlie UkiiI eom- 
iiiittiH* < onld iiiak • up the defieh ney was to put up 
Istokliiakers' stands on the eoiiis«* at aiieOon. How 
racing will get along in Belgiiiiii. in ease the 
Uhamher passeb the uieuauru. remaiuti tu bu aeeu. 



.8.3.305 I.aidy Adelaide 4..11U W.i 

S.346.3 Harka 8. .lOi). . X67o 

The figures uimIct ‘‘Rec.” in above entries show 

the «>est time made hv the tiorse at the distance, 

with weight carried, since January 1, 1908. This 
time is not necessarily made by a winner. It may 
Im* tlie estimated time of a losing performance. 

BUTTE FORM CHART. 

BUTTE. MONT.. July 19. — Weather clear; track 
Last. 

Foiirteimth day. Butte Jockey Club. Summer 
meeting of .')0 days. 

Preshling Judge, F. E. Miilhoiland. Starter. W 11 
liani Murray. Racing St*cretary. .Martin Natlianson. 

83519 First Race— 12 Mile. Purse $200. 3-year 
olds. Selling. Net value to winner $150. 



Wt.l*in.J^kev. On. (4. IM ,s::42;i-Giov. Balerio 111 4'5 And'.s’n 15 20 7 



S:i439 


Big Eldorado 


110 


1* 


Sandy 


8 


10 


4 


2 


8 : 54:10 


Luke .Mc('oy 


113 


2'.\ 


W’F’h’r 


8 


10 


4 


2 


S.34.’50 


(Hover Kyle 


195 


3h 


IMckens 


10 


15 


6 


0 


S2849 


Raiible 


110 


4I1 


AH’rris 


20 


15 


6 


3 


8 : 54:50 


AVicket 


197 


r.h 


(Totton 


4 


5 


2 


1 


S:5482 


La Dextra 


110 


G' 


Kunz 


2 


3-2 


7 - 102-5 


.8;5;*..5:5 


B. of Portola 


119 


7' 


Post 


10 


12 


5 


2J 


8.5.31 .“5 


Jim Brady 


198 


8' 


Aub’on 


4 


3 


6-5 


3-5 


,s:’2512 


Earl Peck 


107 


0= 


ON ’son 


40 


60 


25 


12 


.8.-5:5.5:5 


.Mminglow 


198 


105 


Borel 


30 


40 


20 


10 


8.“54:59 


Cnliacnn 


110 


11 


CHenry 


20 


30 


12 


5 



S.“H74‘*De Graminont 111 5‘ Keogh 3 4 7-5 3-5 

(S;5425lDr. White 111 6? Leeils 10 15 6 3 

8.’{:m5 Metlakntla 199 7“ Vosper 15 20 7 3 

81919 Ozaiine 116 8 Mayb’y 30 100 40 20 

Time. l:29g. 

Winner — B. SelireilH*r’s cii. g. 4. liy Marius II. — 
.Monrovia (trained hy 3', E. Crist). 

.Start goiMl. Won driving; .seiiind and third the 
same. 

Winner bill up from $*290 to $599 hy C. C. Emmett. 
Retained. 

83550 .Sixth Raee--1 Mile. Purse $200. .3-year-olds 
and upward. Selling. Net value to winner $1."(9, 
83426\Sir Angus 111 1* Vosjier 8 6 3-2 3-5 

s;j.505 Flavlgny 111 2= J King 8 13 4 13-10 



'nine. 40. 

Winner — >fontana Stalde’s lir. g. hy Kenilw’orth— 
Boss Girl i trained liv M. Shangiinessy). 

Went to post at 2:.'t.3. -\t iKist 2 niliintes. Start 

bad. .Won easily; st*nmd the same; third driving. 
Seratclied — Kk“:.5.3 Catroke. 107. 

Ovenveiglits — Rali'ble. 3 pounds; Jim Brady. 1: 
Moonglow, 1. 



83520 Second Ram*- 


-3 4 


Mile. Purse 


$.390. 


3-.vear 


olds. .S«*lling. Ni 


t value to winner 


$225. 




Ind. Horse. 


Wt 


.Fin.Jo<*ke.v. Op. Cl. 


Pi. Sh. 


8;:412‘ Bright Skies 


192 


li AM’gan 


7-103-O out — 1 


. 8 : 5 : 1.52 Yellow Foot 


19!1 


•_>5 wp-h’r 


G 8 


3 3-2 


.8.“5;t,54 Lanita 


197 


Mondon 


15 15 


6 2 


8:5:5.52 Koval Stone 


KKI 


I** I’Ickens 


15 ‘20 


8 4 


.8.3466L\ks Ar Ben 


112 


5' El'lark 


10 10 


4 2 


8“2i;.87 Aunt Kit 


197 


G= V’d’sen 


10 8 


3 3-2 


82146 15oiilils 


KHI 


71 K’b’um 


20 15 


6 3 


.s;:466 Msib. Fountain !I2 


S-\ Gargan 


15 20 


7 3 


8:i486*I*:illas 


19S 


.St i lie 


50 50 


20 8 


8.5486 Kov Sliumway 


197 


10 Gore 


8 10 


4 2 


*W'ent ill entri«*«i 


as Polks. 








rime. 1:14J. 






W’inner -J. Ix>we’ 


s l>. 


f. bv Gerolstein — Prie.stess 


(trained hv J. I.owc 


». 








W'ent to post at 


5:92. 


.At imst 1 


minute 


Start 


gmxl. Won driving 




*ond and third the 


.same. 


Sera Idled — 8:;4.Si>- 


No 


Ruh*. 199. 






UverweighU — Yellow 


Foot, 5 pouads. 





83542 Fourth Race— 3-4 .Mile. Purse $290. .3-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$1.50. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. PL Sh. 

S.3:»53PhiUi8tina 101 1“ V'osper 6-5 1 1-2 out 

<8;{420)Traffic 106 2» J King 4 5 8-5 7-10 

(83242) Novgorod 103 3‘J Quay 5 7 2 1 

S.3506 Merrill 113 4* Keogh 4 6 2 4-5 

83472 B. of Iroquois 106 5‘* Ked’ris 4 4 8-5 4-5 

79001 Kelowna 116 6 W’P'ers 20 60 25 12 

Time. l:145f,. 

Winner — Green’s ch. f. 3, by Joe Terry — La 
.Vmiga (trained hy J. Green). 

Start gooil. Won driving; second the same; tliird 
easily. 



83543 Fifth Race — 1 1-8 Miles. Purse $209. 3-year- 
oids ami upward. Selling. Net value to winner 



$150. 

Ind. Horse. 



Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 



(83397)Miss Mazzoni 


110 


1>J Ar’bald 
2>J J King 


3 


2i 


4.5 


2-."> 


(83474) Joe Coyne 


114 


6-5 




3-4 


14 


8,3470=Mechant 


114 


3'i Leeds 


4 


3.‘, 


1 


1-2 


83421 Dave W’eber 


114 


4'“ Keogh 
5=i TS’van 


5 


5 


2 


45 


83256 Santee 


117 


10 


15 


6 


3 


83425*Rama 


106 


6 Coburn 


10 


7 


2J 


1 


Time, 


La.’iVk. 









Winner — R. W, CotA’s b. f, 4, hy Mazugan — 
Rescue (trained b.v R. W. Cook). 

Start good. Won handily; si>cond and third driv- 
ing. 



83544 Sixth Race— 5-8 Mile. Purse $200. .3-year- 
olds aud upward. Selling. Net value to wiuner 
$150. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

S3429-Ben Stone 111 1' Cal’han 6 10 4 3-2 

(83429)Fath. Stafford 106 2»« Ar’bald 3-213-103-5 1-3 

(83469) Bold 101 3% And’ s’ n 6 10 4 8-5 

(83418)Nellie Racine 109 4‘J DRiley 10 12 5 2 

83470 May Pink 109 6® Vosper 4 4 8-5 7-10 

83423 Hattie Dodson 109 6* W” sides 12 20 8 4 



83424 Medora Wl 7*> Coburn 6 6 2 1 

S:i393 All Alone 111 8 Keogh 2J 6 2 1 

Time, 1:02 Mi. 

Winner — McDonald & Anderson’s b. g, 4. by Ben 
Stronie — Beldaga (trained b.v W. Anderson). 

Start good. Won driving; second and third the 
same. 

TULSA FORM CHART. 

TULSA, OKLA., July 14. — Weather clear; track 
slow. 

'rbird day. Tulsa Fair Ass(x:iation. Summer meet- 
ing of 10 days. 

Presiding Judge. P. A. Brady. Starter, Arthur 
.McKiiight. 

83513 First Race — About 5-8 Mile. Purse $150. 2- 

year-olds. Allowances. Net value to winner $119, 
Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

8316.7 Restless Lady 110 li HB’rns 8 12 5 2 



83165 Kate 
83185»Llmelight 



Iviuder 4 15 6 3 
Sch’ger 4 15 6 3 



82957 Spring Storm 105 4i ALines 10 20 8 



83475 Alice Belle 
(83185) Prudish 
82879 Easter Roses 



105 5* J Hogg 6 25 10 

106 6^ Small 3 10 4 



TSmith 6 12 



83'247*C. W. Kunnon 105 Fell. Hoi’ er 3-5 1-3 out— 
Time, 1:9.3*. 

Winner— T. V. Fleming’s h. f. hy Smile— Restful. 
Sturt good. W’on driving; seeoud the same; third 
easily. 



83514 Second Race— 


-About 7-8 Mile. 


Purse $150. 


3-year-olds aud upward 


. Selling. 


Net valu 


e to 


winner $110. 












Ind. Horse. 


Wt.FIn.Jocke.v. Op. Cl. PI. 


Sh. 


83057=Cliff Cole 


Ill 


1= ALines 


3 


2J 1 


1-2 ^ 


83477 John McBride 


111 


2^ J Hogg 


6 


10 4 


2 


8350y*Sunline 


100 


3* H’ lister 


8 


8 3 


3-2 


83300 Tlflis 


95 


4* Strang 


3 


13-51 


1-2 


83126 Neptune 


111 


5* Small 


12 


10 4 


2 


83187 Dr. Crook 


111 


6* Martin 


8 


8 3 


3-2 


83179 Mr. Knapp 


111 


7= I'Smith 


8 


15 6 


3 


83299 Aunt Tabitha 


109 


8* Law’ce 


10 


15 6 


3 


83181 Hardlysoh 


100 


9= Ijouder 


15 


20 8 


4 


83190 Nancy W. 


109 


10= Daven’t 


15 


25 10 


5 


83479 Helen Kidder 


93 


11 JW’Bon 


10 


30 12 


6 


Time. 


1:31*. 








Winner — G. Steven 


s’ ch. g, 5, by 


Woolsthorpe — 


St. Sophia. 












Start good. W’on 


easily; second 


and 


third 


the 


sa me. 













83548 Fourth Race- 


-.’5-4 


Mile. Purse $209. 


3-year- 


olds and upward. 


Allow’aiiees. Net value 


to w’in- 


ner $150. 








8:5472* Roalta 


112 


1= Coburn 3 2J 


7-101-3 


8 . 1:595 Redondo 


199 


2* And’s’n 2J 4 


3-2 4-5 


s:5427 Mill Song 


107 


33 Ar’bald 4 7 


2J 1 


(8.'5.5(M)Burleigh 


196 


4» J King 4 5 


2 4-6 


(8:52:50) Milpitas 


199 


5“ Keogh 3 2 


4-5 2-6 


s:{479 Sir Wesley 


192 


6* Yeager 100 300 100 40 


S3427 .Silver Knight 


!(!» 


7 Vosper 8 13 


0 


Time 


1:14ft. 




1 W’inner — Ontario Oregon Stable’s ch. h. 5. 


by Alta- 


max — .Miss Rowena 


(trained hy W. G. Jeukins). 


Start gooil. W’on 


driving; second and tliird the 


same. 









83515 Third Race— 


-About 


7 . 


8 Mile. Purse $2(X). 3- 




year-olds and upward. Selliug. Net 


value 


to 


win- 




ner $ 110 . 
















Ind. Horse. 


Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. 


PL 


Sh. 




83479 Olivett 


109 


1 = 


CLowe 


10 9 


4 


2 




83301 L. M. Eckert 


109 


2 * 


Strang 


10 12 


5 






83172 Myrtle Dixon 


109 


3* 


TSmith 


6 6 


2 


1 




83299 Straightline 


109 


4= 


Ziegler 

P'nigan 


10 20 


8 


4 




83182 Bates 


111 


51 


8 8 


3 


3-2 




83300 Restitution 


103 


6 ‘ 


Louder 


6 12 


5 


21 




83.508 Convenient 


107 


7= 


ALines 


8-5 2 


4-5 2-5 




83178 Loyd 


100 


8 ‘ 


Small 


15 20 


8 


4 




83508 Dr. Nash 


106 


9* 


RLowe 


10 6 


2 


1 




83302* Banridge 


109 


10 


J Hogg 


10 10 


4 


2 




83252 MissM.Bowdish 104 


11 


H’ lister 


10 20 


8 


4 






Time, 


1 


::51. 










W’inner — R. W. Ilolleiiback’s ch. in. 5. by 


W’id- 




ow'er — Stray Note Jr. 














Start good. W’on 


easily 


; second and 


third driving. 





83516 Fourtli Race — 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $2.50. 3- 
year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to 
winner $290. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fln.Joekey. Op. Cl. Pi. Sh. 



83549 Fiftli Race— 7-S Mile. I’tirse $200. 3-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$150. 

(s;i."»06).\ristotle 100 1* Coburn 1 9-102-5 out 

>C.5(MUS. McGibben 111 2» M’hews 4 5 S-2 3-5 

s;U71“.Meehliii 100 3>» Ar’bald 15 13 4 6-5 



8:5479=Golf Ball 


106 


I'l 


Ixiuder 


4 


4 7-5 


3-5 


83507 Vohoome 


106 


21 


Small 


3 


5 2 


4-.'i 


83478=Otilo 


108 


31 


RLowe 


3 


34 1 


2-5 


83510 Minnolette 


102 


4“* 


TSmith 


8-5 7-5 1-2 


1-4 


83300=Dr. Downie 


100 


5 


J Hogg 6 


8 3 


6-5 



Time. 1:25. 

W’inner — F'razier & Farris’ b. h, 5, hy Plaudit — 
Gutta Percha. 

Start goml. W’on easily; second and third driv- 
ing. 

83517 Fifth Race — t 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $100. 3- 

year-olds aud upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $75. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PL Sh. 

(S3480) Bonnie Hays 107 li Daven’t 3-5 1-2 out — 



83173 Florence Myers 107 
s:i4S03Gee W'hiz 104 



ALines 4 
II’ lister 3 



(83184) V’irginiaBeach 1U7 4* J Hogg 6 15 6 3 



S3.507 Karennina 
83189-^ Newsboy 
83303 Enterprise 
75696 Hester Zorra 



102 5® McCl’y 6 15 6 3 

109 6’ Oiler 8 10 4 2 

109 1* Mewes 20 40 15 7 

107 8 CLowe 3 5 2 7-1 



.s:i23S-:idvius 116 3* Coburn 1 6-5 2-5 out 

S“;.5953Re«*ne W’. 194 4=* .\nd’s’n 3-2 7-5 2-5 out 

.x.,.m.5 Iras 114 5’* Sawtell 10 15 6 3 

S-5.50.3 .Maxtress 111 6 Ar’hald 8 17 6 3 

Time, 1 :43g. 

W’iniier — K. I.. Jones’ ch. g. 4. liy Bedeck — Tillie 
.\inlrew (trained hy E. L. Jones). 

Start giMKl. W’on iiandil.v; second and third easily. 

VICTORIA FORM CHART. 



Time. 59. 

Winner — A. II. Burns’ b. f, 4. by Bonnie Joe — 
Catherine Hays. 

Start good. W’on driving; second and third the 
same. 



83518 Sixth Race— Aliodt 5-8 .Mile. I’urse $150. 3- 

year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to 
winner $119. 

Ind. Ilorsi'. Wt.Fin.J(x:key. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

Ringer 114 I'J CLowe 4 3 112 

(S3303).Vnona 112 2i J Hogg 4 7 2 1 



VICTORIA. B. C., July 13.— Weather clear; track 
fast. 

Thirty-third day. Victoria Country Club. Siini- 
iiier nmeting of 61 days. 

1‘residing Judge, E. St. D. Skinner. Starter. 
Rieliai'd Dwyer. 

83539 First Race— 5 .S Mile. Ihirse $200. 2-year- 
olds, Maidens. Fillies. S|K*<*iaI W'eiglits. Net 
value to winner $1.59. 

I ml. Horse. W’t.Fln.JfH*kcy. Op. Cl. PI. Sli. 

s;j:{66 Regina Arvi 105 H Vosr>er 2 2J 4-5 2-5 

83360-Thira Chance 106 3» DRiley 2 3 11-2 



Ind. Ilorsi*. Wt 

Ringer 114 

(S3303).Vnona 112 

83476=Horace H. 100 

83:500 Bramlette lOU 

s;t.509 Tapioca 100 

83304-.\Iencon , 114 

83171 The Rose of the 

Rancho 100 



112 2i J Hogg 4 7 2 1 

100 3^ H’ lister 3-2 2 4-5 2-5 

lOU 4'* Burns 15 20 8 4 

100 5| RLowe 1:5 “JO 8 4 

114 O'* Strang 2J 25 1 1-2 

100 7 :* Sch’ger 1.5 GO 25 12 



83191 Hen W’almsley 114 8* Small 20 .50 20 10 

8:5303 GoiHlyTw’oshoes 112 9^ ALines S 1.5 G 3 

8316G Charlie Lusk 114 10^ TSmith 1.5 20 8 4 

8:5180 Brown Thistle 114 11 Bonmr 'JO .30 12 6 

Time. l:92ii. 

W'Inner -R. M. Holleiiback’s h. g. 7, liy Register 
- Siditaire. 

Start good. W’ou driviug; second and third the 
same. 






























TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1909. 



DAILY. RACING FORM. 



TULSA FORM CHART. 

TULSA, OKLA., July 15. — Weather clear; track 
slow. 

Fourth day. Tulsa Fair Association. Summer 
meetliuf of 10 days. 

Presiding Judse, P. A. Brady. Starter, Arthur 
McKuijjht. 

83551 First Race— Aljout 5 8 Milo. Purse $1.50. 2- 

.vear-uids. Allowances. Net value to winner $110. 
Ind. Horse, Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. Pi, Sh. 

S;i475=Abraslon 108 1« Stranp; 3-211-102-5 out 

«S3513)Restle.ss I,Ady 108 2J J HoRg; 3 12 3 6-5 

S.3475 J, M, Stokes 108 3‘ Louder 3 41 6-5 out 



S347."|3Mlke Molett 
83071’Black Light 



W8 45 H’ lister 3 



Oil’Biack Light 1(« 5 Finley 8 30 10 5 

Time. 1:04, 

Winner— L, K. Powell’s ch, f. by Smile— Attrition, 
Start go<Hl, \\<Mi easily; second and third driving. 



TULSA*FOfme«AW.- 

TULSA, OKLA.. July 16.— Weather clear; track 
slow. 

Fifth day. Tulsa Fair Association. Summer meet- 
ing of 10 days. 

I’rosiding Judge, P. A. Brady. Starter, Arthur 
McKnight. 

83557 First Race— About .5-8 Mile. Pur.se $125. 3- 

year-olds, .\llowances. Net value to winner $100. 
led. Hwse. Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

8.1181 Louise F. 100 1* Whit’g 3-5 7-101-3 out 

83.518 Ben Walinsley 100 2i AUnes 10 10 4 8-5 

82t»4t»»Brown Study 10.5 3^ H’lister 3 3 4-5 out 

83.507 Lady Coventry l<r,» 4« CI.s)we 4 10 4 8-5 

83181 C. Clamp 100 TSniith 6 10 4 8-5 

832.51‘*Sain Bass 111 



Spenc’r 15 25 10 5 



83552 Second Race — 6 1-2 Furlongs, 




I’nrse $150. 


3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 


Net value to 


winner $110. 










Tnd. Horse. 


W’t.Fin.Jockcy. Op. Cl. 


PI. Sh. 


<s:5300) Apron • 


104 li Ixiudor 


3 


2 


4-5 2-5 


s:5.507 Dick Shanley 


109 2h H’ lister 


3 


4 


8-5 4-5 


S3476 Gladys l»uise 


100 3* Strang 


;; 


2 


4-5 2-5 


S3476 Coalcutter 


102 4* Smith 


6 


12 


5 2i 


S.3518 Bramlctte 


IM 5* HB’rns 


10 


20 


8 4 


<83253)Mrs. Nugent 


115 6* Bonner 


5 


4 


8-5 4-5 


Baby Branch 


112 7'® W’llls 


6 


12 


5 2i 


83063 Western 


117 8 SM’tin 
Time, 1:1,3. 


12 


20 


8 4 


Winner — II. L. Smith’s ch. f. 3, by Voter — Ging- 


ham. 










Start good. W’on easily; second and 


third 


driving. 



83553 Third Race — 6 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $1.50. .3- 

year-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $110, 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin,Jo<‘key. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

«sr>08>F. Mulholland 104 11 H’lister 2 4-5 1-3 out 

<8:i477) Bon. P. Charlie 106 2** I^ouder 1 2 2-5 out 

(83470)I<Yank Flesher 106 3« J Hogg 4 3J 1 out 



S.3508=Pat Ornus 104 4 Small* 3 7 2 1 

83123 Esther B. 99 Pu.upJW’n 10 40 15 5 

Time. 1:2«». 

Winner — F, H. Kessenger’s blk. g, 5, by Bannock- 
burn — Miss Baker. 

Start good for all but Esther B. Won driving; 
second and third the same. 



83554 F«uirth Race — 1 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $7.50. 
4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value 
to winner $1,50. 

Tnd. Horse. W’t.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

sri08 Goldan 102 l^ Louder 6 8 7-5 3-5 

(83250)Oonoomoo 109 24 J Hogg 1-2 3-10«iut— 

Birdie K. 107 3^J Harper 10 8 7-5 3-6 

Hattie Garrett 107 4< Haven’t 5 8 7-5 3-5 

59924 Hopewell 109 5 Spencer 10 25 10 5 

Time. .59 

Winner — J. C. Lender’s b. f, 3, by Brantome — 
Golden Wings. 

Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. 



83659 Third Race 


— 1 Mile. Purse $12,’». 


3-year-oIds 


and upward. Selling. Net value to w'inner $l(Ki. 


Ind. Hors«*. 


W’t.Fin Jo<*key. Op. Cl. 


PI. 


Sh. 


8:5477 Himalaya 


107 1“ J Hogg 4 


6 


2 


1 


82882 Vlncentio 


109 2= ALines 4 


6 


2 


1 


s:5479 Hancock 


108 3i Law’ce 4 


4i 


8-5 


4-5 


S.3477*Contestee 


106 4i Strang 5 




1 


1-2 


83479 Clear Night 


105 5' CLowe 6 


10 


4 


2 


8.3174*Separator 


lOS 6* HB’rns 4 


5 


2 


4-5 


(8:5014) Cl iff Cole 


106 7 TSmith 5 


5 


2 


4-5 


83511 Goldfield 


106 Pu.upH’ter 4 
’J'inie. 1:48. 


6 


2 


1 


W’inner— W’. S. 


Payne’s b. c, 4. by Toddington — 


Sl<*rra. 










Start good. W’on driving; second and 


third 


the 


same. 











83555 Fifth Race — About 5-8 Mile. Purse $100. 3- 

ycar-olds and upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $7,5. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

Lovey 110 IJ Ix)uder 4 1 2-5 out 

S3298 Inlike 105 2J HariJer 3 4J 7-5 3-5 

83298 Local Option 104 S* HB’rns 3 2 7-lOoui 

S:{r.l2 Omala 112 4= Wills 2 4 7-6 3-5 

83512 Frank Bassett 112 5 B’anson 8 12 4 2 



2 7-lOoui 
4 7-6 3-5 

12 4 2 



Time, 1:0G. 

Winner — Boone & Love’s ch. m. 6, by Mordotte — 
NiiolH*y. 

Start good. Won handily; second and third driv- 
ing. 



83556 Si.\th Race — About 5-8 MUe. Purse $125. 3- 
year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to 
w’uner $100. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

83508 San Gil 104 1® Strang 2 5 2 4-5 

s:i2492Feast 104 2i H’lister 3 2 4-5 2-5 

83186 Path. Downey 104 3‘ Louder 1 1 1-2 out 
83304 K. of the East 95 4‘ JW'’son 6 15 6 3 

S3478 Orlin Ormonde 95 5* Baker 20 25 10 5 

83517 Virginia Beach 102 6^ J Hogg 4 6 2 4-5 

83509 Elsa F. 98 7 TSmith 6 10 4 2 



83561 Fifth Race — 3-8 Mile. Purse $100. 3-year- 
olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner 
$75. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. J<x*key. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

S:i,-»12 Buck Thomas KM) l^ TSmith 6 10 4 2 

tS'U7t>)Susie Gregg 104 2»» Whit’g 3 8 3 3-2 

8.3480 Dan Horne 111 3* ALines 6 8 3 3-2 

t83251)Hope 109 4» Oiler 3-2 1 2-5 out 

Ball Jaw 109 52 CLowe 10 30 12 5 

Quapaw 111 6‘6 Corbin 15 30 12 5 

(83189) Little Jim 106 Left.W’ker 3 6 2 1 

83480 Glenn Scott 10(> Left.Sp’cer 4 6 2 1 

Time. ,36. 

Winner — Reynolds Bros.’ ch. c. 3, by Peter McCue 
— Nona P. 

Start poor. Won easily; second and third driving. 



83562 Sixth Race — About 5-8 Mile. Purse $10O. 3- 
year-olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to 
winner $100. 

Ind. Horse. Wt.Fin. Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

(8;i.556)San Gil 109 1^ Strang 3 3 11-2 

83.507* Kiamesha II. 109 2* ALines 4 3 1 1-2 

81473 Buchanan 106 3* W’cker 10 6 2 1' 



6 15 6 3 

20 25 10 5 



6 2 4-5 

10 4 2 



8.3.518* Horace H. 100 4>J RLowe 5 8 3 3-2 

8.3.518* Anona 109 6* Ziegler 4 5 2 1 

8;J476*Flylng Pearl 98 6« TSmith 4-5 

83556* Fa th. Downey 98 7 Harper 8 



Time, l:03Mi. 

Winner — C. Reed’s b. g, 4. by Indio — Zuleika. 
Start good. Won ea.sily; second and third driving. 



NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

(EMPIRE CITY.) 

WEATHER CLEAR. 



MONDAY. JULY 19. 1909. WEATHER CLE^'P 

Fiftli day. Empire City Jockey Club. Summer .Meeting of 16 days. 



Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter. Mars Cassidy. Racii 



TRACK SLOW AND CUPPY, 



Racing Secretary. Lyman H. Davis. 



83526 



FIRST RACK— 8-4 Mile. (76,580— 1 : 11 3— 109.) 

ward. Selling. Net value to winner $,510. 



AWtPPSt 14 % %StrFin Jocke.vs 



$.500 added. 4-year-olds and up- 



^3.39S HAT.KET w 4 115 11 1 

s:{277H’.OBBIE KEAN WB 8 115 3 4 

S3217 Q N MARGL’ERITE WB 4 105 10 2 

S.S:,*9S JEN.NIE WELLS WB 5 10.5 4 3 

<S34;K)FIREB.\LL WB 7 107 6 6 

S3(*42*TO.M M’GRATH wb 6 112 7 8 

(83217)1 DA D. WB 4 111 2 5 

82284 FLEMING W 5 112 9 9 

S12S6 ORPHAN LAD wb 5 112 8 11 

82621 E.80TERIC WSB 6 112 1 7 

CAVALCADOUR WB 7 115 5 10 



1* I’i 1* 1* E Dugan W Gerst 



5i 5J 3>» 3* Glass 
4'5 4h 45 41 T.,each 



McCahey C C Smithson 

Glass Miss E Guret 

Tjeach .1 J Fahey 

Taplin H G Bedwell 



12 12 5 2 1 

20 25 20 8 4 

8 10 10 4 2 

30 40 20 8 4 

3h 31 51 r>«» Taplin H G Bedwell 6-5 9-5 8-5 3-5 1-4 

6* 6* 6‘ 6J A Walsh G P Brazier 6 8 8 3 8-5 

7h 71 71 72 V Powers R E Watkins 6 8 6 2 1 

91 8* 8= 8‘ M McGee R F Carman 7 8 6 2 1 

10 10 10 9* H Smith J D I..agan 30 50 40 15 8 

8* 9» 91 10 J Bergen MissAMMarrone 30 40 30 10 5 

11 11 11 11 R McDan’lW C Baxter 30 300 300 100 50 



CAVALCADOLR WB 7 115 5 10 11 11 11 11 R McDan’lW C Baxter 30 300 300 100 50 

, Time. 12, 23%, 35. 48, 1:14*4, ^ oeu iw w 

M inner— Br. e. by Heno— Lena H. (trained l).v J. Blute). 

Ment to |H>st at 2:31. At post 4 minutes. Start gtxHi. Won easily; second and third driving. Halket. 
rr»in a flying outside start, w’on all the way never seriously menaced. Bolible Kean ran into ipiick nearest 
pursuit and held tlie others safe tlironghout. Queen Marguerite, from a slow start and sliufflcd rearwaVd 
early, closed ip) with a Inflated stretcli rusii and is g(Kxl. Jennie Wells ran forwardly and persistently 
tiiioughout. Hreball. away poorly. mov<*d into quick prominonc<*. but tired badly in the stretch. Tom Mc- 
t.ratii closed a l>ig gap from a iM»or start. Ida D. was never dangerous and seemed unable to raise a re- 
spectalde galloj). Heming was going like a shot at the end and had scant chance ut the start. The win- 
iw was entertxl for $700; no bid. 

S<’rab-hed— 8.34:18- Black Mary, 110; 83438 Adriuehe, 110; 76874 Comedienne, 110; 8.’i438 Escutcheon 
112 : 8.3439 Ardri, 107; 8;{377 Spooner, 110. 

Overweights — Ida D.. t |>ound. 



83527 



Ind Horses 



SECOND RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. (2K‘»4.‘> — 1 :45*'4 — 5 — 114.) $400 added. 3-year-oIds and 

upward. Maidens. Selling. Net value to winner $410. 



AWtPPSt »/4 %.StrFin Jockeys Owners 



8:2120 CAM PEON 
83400* N ETHER MOST 
76843 KRIKINA 
8:;i03 BRYCE 
82100 BANDELLO 
8:i0:iS=D.ANGER 
83079 5' AM A 
83217 MOBILITY 
82916 CLIFF EDGE 
83265 SAGINAW 
FALK 



WB 3 102 4 2 21 25 2h IJ I4 Page G J Long 

w 3 92 3 3 4h 45 41 2* Glass W D Babcock 

w 3 95 10 4 3* 3*A 3» 3'* 3* McCahey J H McAvoy 



WB 3 92 9 6 o'J 5« 53 4* 4« Taplin H G Bedwell 

w 3 95 8 5 7*4 H 6‘ 5* 5* E Martin E R Bradley 

w 4 107 2 10 10‘ 10» 8^ 62 6* Valentine J P Purcell 



83079 5'AMA WB 3 9.5 6 7 6* 7»> 7J 8i 7« Tan.sey R H Davis 12 25 20 8 4 

.T-. w 3 90 5 1 1* 1* I'J 71 8* Creevy G Norcross 6 10 8 3 8-5 

W 3 100 1 9 9i 9* 9* 9^ 9* G Lynch T W Coulter K> 10 8 3 8-3 

8u26o SAGINAW w 3 9. 11 8 8^ 8* 11 10* 10* J Bergen J H Gordon 40 60 60 20 10 

FALK w 5 112 7 1111 11 Pt‘ 11 11 PI McDan’l White Gate Sta 100 200 200 60 20 

, Time. 12. 24%. 36%. 49. 1:02. 1:15%. 1:43%. 1:49%. 

Winner — B. c. I»y -Mvescot — Fh(rite (traine<l by P. Coviiei. 

Went to ixist at 2:59. At i»ost 5 minutes. Start g(HMl. W(«i driving: second and tlilrd the same. 
( .unpeon ran in nearest and persistent pursuit Horn the start and drew out verv gamelv under the whip in 
ilie stretch. Nethermost steadily improved liis position and actually headed the leader midway of the 
Ml etch, but tired at the end. Krikina was prominent througliout in deep inside going and is extra promis- 
ing. Bryce, rait paced early, finished well. Bandello ran well ut> throughout. Danger, nearly left elosed 
a gap under an inadequate ride. Mobility outbroke and threatened to spreadeagle the others for the lirst 
liHlf. tiien quit badly. The winner was entered for $,’>00; no bid. 

Scratched — 74:to.5-Miss Popular. 107. 

Overweights — Canipeon. 2 |x>unds. 



THIRD RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (2K*»44 — 1:06 — 2 — la’M $400 added. 2-year-olds. 
Fillies and Geldings, .Celling, Net value to winner $.380. 



83528 



Ind Horses 



s:m49-evening song 

1 83019 K 'ELLA RET 
Sr.21 *G LENNA DEANE 
I S3449 » R PiSPONwSFl'L 



Time. 11%. 23 . 36%. 49%. 1:03. 1:09%. 

Winner — Ch. f. by Hamimrg — Vespers itrained liy W. IL Karriek). 

Went to iK>st at ,3:31. At p<»st 4 minutes. Start straggling. Won driving; st‘coud and tliird the same. 
Evening Song outbroke the «»thers and won ail the way niider alert and vigorous riding. Cellaret lH*gau 
slowly and met early interference, then steadily improved lier )M»sition and. in u fast, but swerving, stretch 
challenge, just failed U* get up. Gleimadvaiic. unready at the start and nearly left, closed an imniens«* gap 
I'ader a bad ride. Rcsix>nsful, after strenuous and close early pursuit. «|iiit badlv in the closing drive 
Flying Footsteps was a prominent c(»ntcnder to the stretch, but tired badly. Floticld was well up to the 
stretch. The winner was entered for .$,500; no bid. 

Sera teln*d— 834882 Helen Carroll, 99; 8.HS8 Madeline L.. lot: 83449 Top Notch. 99. 

Overweights — Flying Footsteps. 1 |xmnd. 



AW’tPPSt % 


% 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


li 


C I* s 


w 94 


4 1 


12 


1 ' 1 ' li 


Glass 


H P W’hitney 


~ 




2 7-101-4 


w 104 


6 3 


4'.J 


3' 2 * 


Taplin 


< J J Long 


2 




2 7-101-4 


WB 108 


5 6 




r>» 4* S'* 


Tansey 


T W’ O’Brien 


3 


4 


16-56-5 2-5 


WB 104 


2 4 


M- 


2'i 2'i 4* 


Creevy 


MontpelierStable 


3 


7 


6 2 1 


w 104 


1 




4i 5* 5* 


Scoville 


W’ ('lay 


8 


15 


12 4 8-5 


w 99 


3 


Ti 


6 6 6 


J Bergen 


E Morrell 


3U 


100 100 30 15 



^'OERTH RACE— 1 Mile. (7t2»8.3— 1 :.39%— .3— 110.) $rM)0 added. 
O V ^ 4^ ward. Handicap. Net value to winner $,51,5. 



3-year-olds and up- 



AWtPPSt H % %StrFin Jockeys 



8 10 6 6-5 out 

S 12 10 2 out 

1-2 4-5 4-5 1 3 out 
4 4 3 7-lOout 

3«t 60 40 8 2 



sr:44i» GLIDING BELLE w .3 90 .3 2 2'i 2* 23 20 1«J E Martin W' F Schulte 8 10 6 6-5 out 

sr::i9 ( 'A.'^QI’E w 3 104 2 l 1* l* 10 10 2* E Dugan Quinev Stable S 12 10 2 out 

AHMED wb 5 117 1 5 5 4* 4-’ 4*^ .3‘. 'Faplln H Bedwell 1-2 4-5 4-5 1 3 out 

H.\RKLEY w .3 98 4 .3 .’K .’JO. 4* Met’ahev J E Gaffney 4 4 3 7-lOout 

s:?i:.4 K1 LLIF:cRANKIE w .5 89 f, 4 4' 5 5 .5 .5 A Smith W C Dalv .30 60 40 8 2 

Time. 13. 25. 37. 49. 1:01%, 1:14%. 1:28%. 1:41. 

Winner — B. f, by Belle’s Commoner — (Biding By t trained l»y H. l*. BnN»ks). 

W'ent to i>ost at 3:58. At ix>st 2 minutes. Start go<Ml. Won easily; seciaid and third driving. Gliding 
BePc was reserved in nearest imrsuit of tlie i)a<*«*maker in the early running and drew out decisively at tlie 
cnil. Casque. fr(»m a flying start, made the running for seven furlongs bcfiire succumbing and outstaved 
ti*e (dlici's for second place. Prince A'amed, from a slow inside start, was frequently shut off and pocketed 
and was also lu the deep inside going and could never get up. Dr. Barkley, from a alow beginning, met 



inle»*ference on the first turn and loomed up menacingly on tlie far turn, but was shut off again and quit 
badly in tlie closing drive. Killiecrankie was hopelessly outpaced and oiitclaK.<^<l. 

Scratclied — (8:1452) Arclte, 12t»; 83442*May River, 94; 83452 PersiMial, 90; 83^2 King of Bashan, 88. 
Overwelglits — Casque, 4 |K>unds. 



OQKQ^ FIFTH RACE— 6 1-2 Furlongs. (21644—1:06—2—103.) $600 added. 2-year-olds. 

OOOOv-f Handicap. Net value to winner $515. 



AWtPPSt % % %StrFIn Jockeys 



83399 THE FAD WB 107 2 1 1« 1* 1» 1»« D Austin C C Van Meter 8-5 2i 2 4-5 1-4 

(8:i488)FAUNTLBROY w 105 1 6 4* 4 » 4‘ 2*| Scoville MrsJMcLaughlin 5 6 5 8-5 1-3 

(83492)DONAU WB 111 5 2 2>i 2* 2«« 3| V Powers W Gerst 2| 4 CJ 1 2-.5 

83399*LOUISE S. w 107 4 4 3* 3'J 3| 4* E Dugan J E Gaffney 3 4 12-59-101 3 

83374 FIREBOX w 118 3 3 5 5 5 5 H Smith J Loughlin 6 10 8 2i 1 

Time. 11, 22%. 85%, 48%, 1:02, 1:08%. 

W inner — Ch. g. by Woolsthoipe — Fashionable (trained by C. Van Meter). 

W’ent to |x*st at 4:2t». At |x)st 2 minutes. Start gotsl. Won driving; second and tliird tin* same. 
The Fad outbroke and prcx*oeded to spreadeagle his opposition, but tired badlv In the last sixteeiitli. Fnunt- 
leroy ran in inside striking distance pursuit and, closing an immense gap in the List half, hist failed to 
get up. Doiiau, after nearest and strenuous pursuit, tired badly at tlie eml. Ixinise S. ran Dn-wardlv and 
persistently througliout. Is a stayer and was a fast going fourth. Firebox dropped rearward quickly and 
had no chance at the weights. 

Scratclied — 8:14.53 Interpose. 98: 8,3492 Radium Star. ll.’L 



Time. 1:03)1. 

W’inner — J. T. Sells’ h. f. 3. by Chant — Mon Bijou. 
Start gixid. W’ou driving; second and third the 
same. 



83558 Second Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs, Purse $125. 3- 
yoar-olds ahd upward. Selling. Net value to win- 
ner $K)i». 

liid. Horse, W’t.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

8:U78'«Tallow Dip KH) Ink Sch’ger 3 4 1 out 

8.3.517*(iee W’hlz KM 2* Rlxiwe 3-511-20out— 
S’L514 Hardlv.soii loo .3* Ploss 15 30 10 4 

8:L516 Dr. flownie KM) 4* J Hogg 3J 5 2-5 out 

83479 Wild Irish K»7 5 Haven’t 10 10 4 6-5 

Time, 1:11. 

W’inner — Kelly-Striker Stable’s hr. g, 3. by W’ax 
Taper — Miss Dora. 

Start good. Won driving; second the same; third 
easily. 



83531 



SIXTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (21643— 1:45 % ^5— 114.) 
upward. Selling. Net value to winner ^500. 



AWtPPSt % % % ,Str Fin Jwkeys 



(83400)BONNIE KELSO 
(83493)ST. JOSEPH 
83438 SUMMER NIGHT 
83149 KEEP MOVING 
83454 GILD 
8,3439 ARDRI 



2 6 4 h 2“ 24 21 



WB 6 113 1 1 1* 1* 1% 1“ 



WB 3 94 6 3 
W 4 101 4 4 
WB 5 110 6 7 
WB 4 98 3 2 



83278 WILT. LACKAYE wsB 6 106 7 



3 2'i 3* 36 3 

4 5* 6* 7 5; 

7 7 5* 45 4j 

2 41 6i 6^ 

5 6“ 7 6» 7 



J Bergen MissAMMarrone 



3^ 3*» McCahey 
5i 4« Taplin 
4i 5h H Smith 
6* 6* Creevy 
7 7 C Grand 



J Fitzsimmons 
H G Bedwell 
J D Lagan 
M A Healey 
J W Garth 



3-year-olds and 



6-5 8-5 6-3 1-2 out 

8 10 8 3 7-5 



83560 Fourth Race — 1 Mile. Purse $125. 4-year- 
olds and upward. Allowances. Net value to win- 
ner $K)0. 

Ind. Horse. W’t.Fin.Jockey. Op. Cl. PI. Sh. 

8.3.515 Dr. Nash 106 1* H’lister 1 2 4-5 out 

8:L514 Mr. Knapp 106 2* Rlxiwe 10 13 6 3 

8.’L515 .M. M. BowdishKVl 3»» Strang 7 10 4 2 

83514 =Jolin McBride 106 4« J Hogg 2 1 2-5 out 

83514 Nancy W’. 108 5* Burns 20 40 15 7 

8:1477 Ban Lord 106 6‘ TSmith 4 6 2 4-5 

83479 Clov. Hamptonl09 7 Oiler 20 30 12 6 

Time. 1;47 r. 

W’inner — D. B. Freeman’s h. g, 7. by Free Knight 
— Isaliella II. 

Start good. W’on easily; second the same; third 
driving. 



Time. 11%, 84%, 36%, 48%, 1:01%, 1:89, 1:48%, 1:49. 

Winner — B. g, by W’aterboy — Thuanella (trained by G. M. Odom). 

W^ent to post at 4:54. .\t post 2 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second and third the same. 

Bonnie Kelso went away pulling up, but rapidly Improve<l his position In the next half mile <ni the Iff- 
siue, then challenged the leader in the stretch and outstayed him In a long closing drive. St. Joseph, from 
a flying start, made the running to the last stride before he succumbed after a cracking effort. Summer 
Night ran forwardly and persistently throughout. Keep Moving Ix^gan slowly and, after a rough middle 
journey, finished with a Ix'Iated rnsli. Gild had a poor start and made up grtniml. Ardri was well up all 
til.* way, lint never dangerous. W’ilton Lackaye loomed up well on the turn and retired in tlie stretch. 
The winner was ent«*red for $1,500; no bid. 

Scratched- 8.34.38*.Miss Crittenden. 89; (S2739)Earl G.. 110; 8.3493 Acrobat. 106; 83442*.Moy River, 91; 
S^»87 Golconda, 105; 83489 Pearl Point, 101; 8.3489 *Eschau, 104; 83401 Rara Avis, 107; 83403 Right Guard. 

Overweights — Gild, 3 pounds. 



FORT ERIE FORM CHART. 

MONDAY. JULY 19. 1909. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



Thirteenth day. Niagara Racing Association. Summer Meeting of 21 days. C18 Ixxiks on.) 



Presiding Judge, Francis Nelson. Starter, A. B. Dade. Racing Secretary, E. W. Maginn. 



Racing starts at 2:45 p. m. (Chicago time 1:45 p. m.). WT indicates whip. S spurs. B blinkers. Fig- 
ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate Index number, track record, age of horse 
and weight carried. 

OORTOQ FIRST RACE— 5-8 Mile. (.57.358— 1:00%— 2— 94.) Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Maidens. 

O O O M Colts and Geldings. Six'cial W’eights. Net value to winner $.300. 

Ind Horses AW’tPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S 

83102*BREVITE ws 110 6 8 9» 7‘ 3h li Davenp’t M Foley 8 10 8 4 sT 

83495 ROYAL REPORT WB 110 2 2 2* 2i IJ 2»i J Lee B Nunn 15 20 15 6 2} 

83445*BROADSWORD w 107 9 7 8i 8i 4“ 3‘ Rogers Valley Farm Stal5 25 25 8 4 

LORIMAR WB 110 7 11 4^ 3J 2«» 4h Herbert E A Brennan 4 6 4 2 6-3 

80885 LUMEN W 110 1 5 3J 6i 8) 5J Mentry C Bowman 12 15 13 6 3 

82924 ALF’D THE GREAT WB 110 10 9 5J 5i 6J J Howard St James Stable 8 10 8 4 8-3 

S34452JUDGE LASSING w 112 4 10 10* 4* 7' 7* M Preston P T Chinn 2J 3 3 1 1-2 

S3445 HARRY SOMMERS w 107 8 6 7J 9* 9* 8^ Kennedy W H Fizer 50 100 100 40 20 

82908 M’LEXID F. W 110 3 1 11 10 10 9* Gullett A C Henderson 100 100 100 40 20 

83404 TOM O’DONNELL WB 107 11 4 VI IJ 6“ 10 Jensen T W Flynn 100 150 150 50 30 

82997*BEALT NASH * w 110 5 3 6»» Fell. J Reid R J Mackenzie 2J 3 24 1 1-2 



A W’t PP 


St 


% % 


% 


Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


n 


C 


P 


S 


ws 110 


6 


8 


9' 


7' 


3" 


n 


Davenp’t 


M Foley 


8 


10 


8 


T" 


8-5 


WB 110 


2 


2 


*»s 






2'i J Lee 


W B Nunn 


15 


20 


15 


6 


3i 


w 107 


9 


7 




3b 


45 


3' 


Rogers 


Valley Farm Stal5 


25 


25 


8 


4 


WB 110 


7 


11 


4U 




21 


4h 


Herbert 


E A Brennan 


4 


6 


4 




6-5 


W 110 


1 


5 


3i 


6i 


3i 


5i 


Mentry 


C Bowman 


12 


15 


13 


6 


3 


WB 110 


10 


9 




5h 


5i 


6i 


J Howard St James Stable 


8 


10 


8 


4 


8-3 


W 112 


4 10 


10* 


4* 


7' 


7* 


M Preston P T Chinn 




3 


3 


1 


1-2 


W 107 


8 


6 


7i 


9* 


92 


8' 


Kennedy 


W H Fizer 




100 100 40 


20 


W 110 


3 


1 


11 


10 


10 


9* 


Gullett 


A C Henderson 


100 


100 100 40 


20 



T W Flynn 
R J Mackenzie 



100 150 150 50 30 
2J 3 24 1 1-2 



8:1556* Fa th. Downey 98 7 Harper 8 12 6 24 

Time, 1:01. 

Winner — C. Reed’s b. g. 4. by Indio — Zuleika. 

Start good. Won easily; second and third the 
ss me. 



83404 TOM O’DONNELL WB 107 11 4 VI I4 6“ 10 Jensen T W Flynn 100 150 150 50 30 

82997*BEALT NASH * w 110 5 3 6»» Fell. J Reid R J Mackenzie 24 3 24 1 1-2 

Time. 24, 48%. 1:02%. 

Winner — B. c, by Miller — Garnet B. (trained by H. MeCoulskey). 

Went to post at 2:51. .\t post 3 mhiutes. Start fair. Won driving: second and third the same. 

Erevite, from a slow beginning, had a rough trip but, finishing with a rush, wore the leailers <lown in the 
stretch and won drawing clear. Royal Reixirt, away fast, was prominent for tlie eiitu*e trip, but tired 
slightly in the flnal drive. Broadsw’ord caiue with a rush in the last quarter. Lorimar ran green and 
sliowed a high flight of s|>eed for the first half, but quit in tlie last quarter. Lumen ran fairly well. Judge 
Lapsing made a good effort on the stretch turn. Beau Nash was crowded shortly after passing the half 
and fell. 

Scratched— 8,3445 Ben P no 



O Opr 00 SECOND R.\CE — Short Course. Steeplechase. (64206 — 3:44—6 — 142.) Purse $400. 
O O O O 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. Net value to winner $300. 



Ind Horses AWtPPSt 4 7 10 13 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 

(83456) BERGOO w 4 140 2 2 2'4 2* 1* 1*® I*® 1*« S McClain G E Hall 8-6 8-5 3-2 1-2 out 

77554*CAL’AHATCHEE Ws 8 138 4 6 4 4 3 2 2 2 G Lynch C J Murray 15 15 15 4 6-5 

82978 HUDDY ws 4 140 535 5 4 3 3 3 Pollock A Garson 20 25 25 6 8-5 

83048=^BANNELL w.s 6 146 1 1 1* 1'4 2»® Lost rider. McKin’y E M Dayton *3 4 4 1 1-2 

83456 GALT w 6 130 3 5 3** 3*« Fell. Saffel E M Dayton *3 4 4 1 1-2 

83373 REGIN.ALD w 4 160 6 4 Bolted. Palmer J W Colt 6-6 9-5 8-5 7-101-3 

♦Coupled In betting; no separate place or show betting. 

Time, 3:49%. 

Winner — B. g, by Potentate — Turca (trained by C. C. Hall). 

W’ent to post at 3:19. At post 1 minute. St.irt good. W’on cantering. Bergoo wore Bannell down 
after going over eight jumps and. drawing far aw'ay, won pulled up. Caloorahatehee ran far back and 
was never a serious contender. Huddy was carried out of the course at the first Jump when Reginald 
liolted. Bannell was going well and certain of being second when he unseated his rider at the last jump. 
Galt fell at the eleventh jump. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. ni. (Chicago time 1:30 p. m.). W’ indic.ites whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
otes in parentheses following the distance of each* race indicate index numlier, track record, age of horse 
ami weight carried. 



OQPTO^ third RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (76:513— 1 :06%— 4— 112.) Purse $400. 3-year-olds and , 
upward. Allowances. Net value to winner $:i00. 



Ind Horses 



AW’tPPSt % 



% Str Fin Jockeys 



83112*T. M. GREEN w 3 102 5 3 

83496 DR. WLVL. BRIGGS WB 3 104j 1 1 
83269*L’.N JIMMIE GRAY W 3 100 6 4 



8:i446'!DAINTY DAME 
83461 BLACK HAW’K 
8.‘i]62 LITTLE MINNIE 
77506 GLORIOLE 
83446 DESIROUS 



w 5 103 8 7 
w 4 108 4 8 
WSB 4 103 2 2 
w 3 100 3 6 
WB 4 103 7 5 
Time. 22%, 4 



3‘ V 3« 2»i Gilbert 
2% 2* 2* 3* Herbert 
6* 61 4J 4* Da V’ port 



J Howard D N Prewitt 



B Schreiber 6 
Oklahoma Stable 4 
J W Ferguson 5 



5* 7* 6« C Ross 



G Burns W W’helan 



J Mackay 
T G Mollnelli 



4J 4*> 5*» 8 Kennedy O J Decker 
r. 59%, 1:06% (new' track reewd). 



O H C P S 



6-5 8-5 9-102-6 — 
6 10 10 3 1 

4 5 5 7-5 3-5 

5 8 6 8-5 3-5 

30 50 50 15 5 

50 60 60 15 6 

60 100 100 30 15 

10 15 15 4 2 



W’inner — B. g. by (J. W’. Johnson — Evergreen (trained by J. Everman). 

W’ent to )x>st at 3:48, .\t post 4 minutes. Start gwHl. W’on easily; second and third driving. T. M. 

itixen, away fast, set a fast pace, raced Uncle Jimmie Gray into defeat before going a half and won in a 
canter. Dr. W’aldo Briggs, prominent for the entire trip, finished gamel.v and outstayed Uncle Jimmie 
(iray in the final drive. The latter raced well throughout. Dainty Dame began slowly, but closed a big 
gap in the last quarter. Black Hawk ran fairly well. Desirous quit after going a half. 

Scratched— 83497-’ Fulford, 97; 83461 Paul Ruinart, 105; 82579 Hands Around. 108; (83031)King Com- 



moner. 105. 

Overwelglits — Dr. W’aldo Briggs. 21 iiouiids: Dainty Dame. 2. 



OQPTQfT FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. (6424r,— 1:11%— 112.) Pur;',e $600. 
ward. Handicap. Net value to winner $.’’>00. 



3-year-olds and up- 



AWtPPSt % 



83496*LITTLE OSAGE W 4 104 1 
83497 TOPSY ROBINSON w 6 104 2 



<8.3496) ROYAL O.NYX 

(83407)SIR EDWARD wb 6 116 3 1 3«» 4 4 4 Mentry J J Walsh 6 7 6 ^5 out 

Time. 23. 46%. 1:12%. 

Winner — C-'h. c, b.v Orlniar — Louise W’otxl (trained by T. Flaherty). 

W’ent to ]x>st at 4:20. At post 4 minutes. Start g<xxi. W’on easily: secoixl and third driving. Little 
Osage t<K)k the lead at once and never left the result in doulit. winning eased up. Topsy Robinson was 
hard ridden for the entire trip and a List going second. Royal Onyx ran below his previous form and had 
to lie hard ridden most of tlie way. Sir Edward retired after going three furlongs. 



WB 5 112 4 3 
WB 6 116 3 1 



% Str Fin Jockey 



1* UJ 1* Davenp’t J W Bauer 

2'i 2'i 2* J Howard P M Clvill 

3»i 3* 3* J Lee T G Molinelll 

4 4 4 Mentry J J Walsh 



7-5 8-5 7-5 3-5 out 
4 4 3i 1 out 

2 3 3 4-5 out 

6 7 6 9-5 out 



Sera tclnil — s:i496 Centre Shot, 122. 



O H C P S 



s 4 3i 7-5 7-10 
8-3 2i 11-54-5 2-5 
6 6 S 6-5 3-5 

10 15 15 6 3 

20 30 20 8 4 

10 12 10 4 2 

12 25 20 8 4 

6 10 8 3 8-5 

K) 10 8 3 8-3 

40 60 60 20 10 



OOPTO/^ FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile. (40974-1:38%—:)- 
$3 Allowances. Net value to winner $300. 



4-year-olds and upward. 



Ind Horses 



(82494) A PA CHE 
S.3458*THE MINKS 
83497 GRETNA GREEN 
83161 L.\DY ESTHER 
83500='REIDM<X>RE 
(83f)22) BLACKSHEEP 
83087 DONNA 



AW’tPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



w 4 107 5 2 I'i 1* 1* 

w 6 106 3 7 7 7 5i 

W 5 106 4 4 2* 2* 2* 

W 6 101 7 6 4»» 4h 41 



I'i 1* 1* 1* 1* Davenp’t J Flemming 

7 7 5i 35 2nk J Howard D N Prewitt 

2* 2* 2* 2' 3* J Lee J W Schorr 

4h 4h 41 43 45 Kennedy P M Civill 

5' 5= 6« 5» 5» G Burns W’ Shields 
3h 3* 3* 6'2 6‘« Murray L Blume 

6* 6' 7 7 7 C Ross B Schreiber 



O HOPS 



1 2-5 out 

5 8-6 7-10 



83aOO='REIDM<X)RE w 6 111 6 3 5' 5= 6« 5» 5“ G Burns W’ Shields 6 8 7 2 4-5 

(83f)22) BLACKSHEEP w 4 110 1 5 3»» 3* 3* 6'2 6‘« Murray L Blume 50 lOD 100 30 10 

83087 DONNA w 6 106 2 1 6« 6' 7 7 7 C Ross B Schreiber 4<J 60 60 20 7 

Time. 24%, 48. 1:12%. 1:39. 

W inner — Lh. g. l>y Ethelbert — \aqui (trained !»y J. Flemming 1. 

Went to jx>st at 4:47. At ixwt 1 minute. Start goo<l. W’on cantering; second and third driving. 
.^Iiaciie, in splendid form at present, moved into the lead at once and. increasing his a<lvantago with every 
stride, won in a common canter. The Minks liegan slowl.y and was far liack for the first half, but closed 
a big gap in tlie stretch and got up in the last few strides for second place. Gretna Green ran forwardly 
for the entire trip, but tired slightly in the closing drive. Lady Esther tired after going a good half, 
ueidmoore ran p<M>rly. Blackslieep was prominent for the first half. Donna ran pooriv. 

Scratched— 8:;211 W’ool Sandals, 106; 83384 Bonnie Bard. 10,3; 83498 Gilvedear, 105; 81371 Don Hamil- 
ton. 108. 

Overweights — Gretna (ireeti, 3 pounds. 



OQpTQfT SIXTH race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (76703— 1:42%— 5— 124.) Purse $400. 3-year- 
O t-/ O • olds. Selling. Net value to winner $,'{00. 



Ind Horses 



(82325)vSTOLYPIN 

83494-’DISPl’TE w 100 2 1 2»" 2h' 3* 2' 2'J Davenp’^t W P Re^ ’ 7-5 3^21” 1-4 out 

(83447)W’OOLW’INDER w 105 4 4 4»» 4* 4* 3* 3* Ganz St James Stable 7-5 2 2 1-2 out 

83227 F.\1R A.N.NIE w 102 3 3 3' 3'i 2«k 4* 4« J Howard J J W’alsh 30 40 40 12 5 

83215 JACK BAKER w 95 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 E Haynes P Dunne 7 10 8 2 3-5 

„ . „ „ . Time. 24. 48%, 1:14%, 1:40%, 1:46%. 

W Miner — Br. c. by Meltonian— Bermuda Lily (trained by F. Luzader). 

Wont to (Mist at .5:11, .\t post 2 minutes. Start g(x*d. W’on easily: second and third driving, Stoly- 

I'lii. showMig tlie most speed, was sent into a long load from the start and never left the result in doubt. 
Disiiuie was restrained for tlie first three-quarters and failed to respemd well w’hen urged in the stretch. 
WiKilwindcr was taken all over the track, but ran well. Fair Amiie. after lieiug a sharp contender for 
tli»;ee-quarters. went wide in ilie stretch and tired. Jack Baker had no mishaps. The winner, entered for 
$800. was bid up to $1,<K10 and bought in. 

Overweights — Fair .\nnle. 2 isuinds. 



AW’tPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys 



O H C P S 



WB 105 1 2 I'i I'i 1* 1' 1* Kennedy J R Wainwright 10 15 12 4 



83538 



SEVE.NTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. (83499— 1:44%— 5- 
upwa rd. Selling. Net value to winner $:»00. 
AWTppSt % % % Str Fin Jocke.ys 



-107.) Purse $400. 3-year-olds and 



<8X583) ROSE BORO 
8:5144»1’N('LE TOBY 
8:;l64*BOEM.\ 



w 6 110 8 5 3* 2* 2* 2* l»k B Burton 

WB 4 108 1 1 li I'i 12 1' 2* Mentr>' 

w 4 103 7 6 4'i 4' 3* 3'i 3* Davenp’t 



F J Pons 7 8 7 21 6-5 

J Dyment 7-5 11-62 7-101-3 

J C Ferris.s 2 11^2 7-101-3 

John Marklein 6 6 5 2 1 

M H McHenry 10 12 8 3 3-2 



6 6 5 2 1 

10 12 8 3 3-2 

40 50 50 15 8 

30 40 40 15 5 

40 50 50 15 8 



w 4 103 7 6 4'i 4' 3* 3'i 3* Davenp’t J C Ferris.s 2 11^2 7-101-3 

S.344< BEAU BRLMMEL wb 5 106 5 4 6i 5* 4* 4* 4"<^ Hufnagel John Marklein 6 6 5 2 1 

^ 2 5* 5" 5'® Herbert M H McHenry 10 12 8 3 3-2 

^ 2 2 8 8 7i» 6® 6* Hamm’d M Ochsner 40 50 50 15 8 

834L U>I w 6 106 4 .I 2* 3* 6'i 7» 7“ J I.ee B F Guthrie 30 40 40 15 5 

8,53-9 DON.V H. WB 4 103 6 7 5'i 6i» 8 8 8 Ro.ss D Hammond 40 50 50 15 8 

. '*'*"“‘* 28%. 47%. 1:13, 1:89%, 1:46%. 

w Inner B. g, by Toddingtun — Red Rose, by Lancastrian (traiiieil bv W’. C. W’estmoreland). 

Went to iMist at .5::5,5. At (Mist 1 minute. Start goml. Won driving; second and third the same. 
Ros'-Ikx'o gained steadily after trailing far back for a lialf and gut up in the closing strides. Uncle Tobv 
sliowed the most speed and raced Usury into defeat, but tired in the last furlong. B«H>ma ran a g(xxi race 
t.iroughout. Bean Brumniel was impeded soon after the start and closed a gap. Melange also closed a 
I fhowed siieed, but quit m the last half, ’fhe others were oiitpactil. The winner was entereil 
lor $.AM1; no bid. 

Scratched— .S.32l4*Donnis Stafford. ia5; 8:5447 Posing. KH; SG3S4*Lawyer Millar, 95; 83382* Floreal. 103* 
83448 Lubin, 106; 8.‘5494 Grenesque, 98; 83457 Dredger, 108. xvu. 

Overweights — Usury, 2 pounds. 















DAILY RACING FORM 



TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1909. 



Fort Erie Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, July 20. 



WRATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 
( Handicapnod for a fast track.) 



FORT ERIE ENTRIES. 



I For differences in weight add or deduct 

i ' 6 points to the pound. An extra good 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. 



Racing starts at 2:4r» p. m. (Chicago time, 1:4.".) 
XUnns well in imid. ©Supcriin: mud runner. 

First Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

.Tycar-olds. Mahlcns. Selling. 



Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile, 
o-vear-olds ami upward. Selling. 
(Track record; 04240—1:1131—3—142.) 



, CARTHAGE, oh. g. 6. hr Serrano— Hettie Green (C. De Witt). 

‘8S271Ft. Erie ImTOv 1 ;44i fast 7-6 107 5 2 3 2 2nk 5» J Reid 

S3216 Ft. Erie I l;30i| fast 10 108 4 3 3 6 5* 6‘»JRettlg 

824r>l Montreal 7-8 1:26| fast 5 109 2 2 2 2 li 1« Rettig 

82382 Montreal 3-4 1:13 fast 10 109 10 8 6 5‘ Rettig 

82247 Toronto 1 1-8 1:55 fast 8-B 106 4 1 1 1 2» 4= Rettig 

DAREINGTON. b. c. 4. by Toddington — Dareza (0. Turek). 





(Track record: 


7g;;i:i 


— 1: 


;0«g— 4 


-112.) 




Ind. 


Horse. 




Wt. 


Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Ildop. 


S.’54<’4) 


J.ucky Ford . 








97. 


7‘>r. 


7U718> 


J. W. Fyre . 








10 *2. 


. . .720 


b;t.T>.5 


Seandilight . . 








KM. 


. X715 


.vruKji 


Austin Sturtev 


aut. . 


107 


1:13 


102 . 


. XT 1.5 


b2Jyi® 


Firebug 








10.5 . 


. . .705 




Orlet 








103. 


. . .7«K) 




Rupicola 








100. 


. X(K)5 


^1^4S 


ozana 








1(8 L 


. . .OlH) 




Odlu 




10.3 


1 :11? 


102 . 


. . .()70 




Cherry Picker 






UK). 


. . . 02,5 


8 .-KHK1 


Mupleton .... 








102 . 


. . .000 




Dupree, b. c, 


, by 












Meltonian — 


Zara 






105. 





lud. 


llorsi*. 


Wt. 


Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Hdep. 


X3407 


Coonev K 


104 


l:m 


5, .103. 


• X725 


(H.’riQO) 

s;{4^7® 


Arionette 


JK5 


1:124 


3. .100. 


. X720 


Light Blue 


1U5 


1:1X4 


.’5. .100. 


.©720 


(S:i279) 


Hyt»eriou II 


113 


1:12 


0. .117. 


.X715 


S.’{401 


C. W. Burt 


104 


1:12? 


4. .107. 


.X710 


>Cri4)0® 


Ida K(Mk 


KM) 


1:134 


.5. .100, 


. X700 


S.’{447 


Tom Holla ml 


9S 


1:13? 


.uk;. 


. X7«K) 


tvCiSO 


Pt*dro 


no 


1:10 


r». .KX5. 


.X0!)5 




Boiiiiit* Bard 






5 , . 108 . 


.©OIM) 


s:«);’,i 


Soil 


97 


1:144 


3.. 99. 


. . .08.5 


S 1.372 


Ada 0 . Walker . . . 






4. .105. 


. X075 


S.H40 


Pills 


8C 


1:154 


3. . 10 ;’.. 


. . .<»TO 


S1SJ>5 


Lady Fitz IIerl»ert, 


los 


1:104 


4. . 100 . 


. X<VK) 



s;>416 Ft. Erie .3-4 1:15 good 7 109 J 5 .5 4= 33 

83108 Hamilton 3-4 1:142 slow 10 115 10 10 10 10 lO*'^ 

82930 Hamilton 1 l:39j| fast 10 118 10 10 9 9 ^ 7»» 

8284.5 Hamilton 7-8 1:27| slow 10 99 6 7 5 6 6* 

82575 Montreal 3-4 1:154 good 12 107 4 7 6 6» 33 

PLUME, h. f. 3. by Woolslhorpe— Ostra (F. B. Respess). 
83107 I^tonia 1 1:40§ fast 3 106 1 1 1 1 S* 4*4 

S3040 Latonia lm70y 1:45 fast 15 107 2 4 3 6 4^ 3»| 

83023 Latonia 3-4 l:13g fast 8 96 13 13 9 9J 9“ 

82903 I.atonia 1 1:45 hvy 17 107 6 6 5 6 6^ 6*4 



W^ight today 108. 
(ireenDalp. King of Mist. Adoration 
Creel. Pedro, .Mar.nma. 

John Carroll, Dareington, fiemmell 
SRlV'olatile. .Toetialtens. Bellwetlua 
St. Elmwood. Edwin Gum. Hiacko. 

Weight today IIO. 



y MINNIE BRIGHT, ch. f. 8, by Balgowan— Malaise (J. W. Flynn). 



83447 Ft. Erie lm70y l good 25 9.-> 2 11 

8S409 Ft. Erie 3-4 l:16it hvy 30 100 8 5 

83114 Hamilton 1 1-16 1 :464 slow 30 101 4 5 6 

83047 Hamilton 3-4 1 :13» fast 10 107 6 8 

82929 Hamilton 1 l:40g fast 60 109 8 6 6 



109 2 5 .5 4® .33 M Preston I>r.W. Briggs. D’tTDaiiie. Desirous. 

115 10 10 10 10 lOi'^SJ McIntyreOK*ncv K.. Pulford. John A. 

118 10 10 9 9 6| 7»»JHerbert Mazuma. John Carroll. Steel. 

99 6 7 5 6 6* 7”|Herbert R.Queen. Superstition. CentreShot. 

107 4 7 6 6' 33 Rettig Fulrord, Clolsteresa, Osorlne. 

ipess). Weight today 90. 

33 4*4 E Martin Righteasy. Sorrowful. Kosebiirg II. 
4^ 3‘1 Brannon Gerrymander, I.«ndlord. BattleFleet 
9J 93»4Taplin Beatrice K.. Snap. Colraa. 

6^ 6*4 Brannon AlIceBaird. Gerrymander. F. Stagg 
[J. W. Flynn). Weight today 94. 

5* 5“ C Ross Woolwlnder. Oeromonius. Giles. 



9J 9“4Taplin 
6^ 6*4 Brannon 



4nk 3® Davenp’t ( loistercss, Occldenfal. Aunt Kate, 



10 10*®4Gilbert 
9* 8« J Reid 
6»« 5’ S Flynn 



Fifth Race— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 
:{-year-«»Uis. Selling. 

( Track retH*rd : 7(J7<»:^1 :42 r— 5— 1 24 ) . 



EDGELY. ch. g. 7, by Jonah White — Marguerite II. (M. Hutchison). 



Second Race— 5-8 Mile. 



S.30S5® 


.Mae Henl<n- 


,s;’.44:i® 


Western Ludv 


S,*;4.5!» 


Whim 


8.’J223* 


F’air Louise 


S:S4.5!)-’ 


Amanda Li*e 


S0892® 


liit1e<‘tiou 


,S.’{4.5!) 


Emmy Lou 


s;m)91 


Jollku 


8.’{:{78 


Balstar 


8*2924 


W«H»lvine 




Omicroii. b. f. by 



►8—1 

105 


:00s— 2- 
1 :OOr 


-94.) 

105. 


.X725 






10.5. 


. X720 


no 


1:044 


105. 


. X715 


107 


1:01? 


KK). 


. . .71.5 


KM) 


1:04 s 


KKL 


.X710 


,101) 


1:00 


110. 


. X705 






KK). 


. X7(K) 



Cameron — Honey 

.Sweet 

May McDonald, bi'. 
f, by Sorcerer — 
Sans Pareil II... 



Third Raci 
3-year-olds and 
(Track record: C41 

Sally Preston 

~ Treinargo 

Argonaut 

(’arthage 

3 Dareington 

Plume 

Minnie Bright .. 

) Edgely 

De Burgo 

) Servile 

* Alice George 

Hands Around . . 
Bitter Hand 



e— 3-4 Mile, 
upward. Sell 
246—1:114—3 



S,31G2 Pert 

«.‘i:)823 Spanish Prince . . . 

5.3265 Colonel Zeb 

S3272 The Earl 

S:t4^.» Anne .McGei‘ 

K;;40!G (K*cldental 

8.!4<M) Sensible 

8.3210 Schh?swig 

8.34103 Lauigan 

8.3.*l8^i Great .lubilee 

S:>4603 Gold Front 

8.344.S Queen’s Message .. 

S:t4r.O Elgin 

8.34W Advanci* Boy 

S34C0 Dr. Pillow 

Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-year-olds. SelJiug. 
(Track record: 7r».313 — l:m;i{ — 4 — 11 

8.3266 Lotta (’hmmI 103 1:U74 

.S,'{.37S Metzie 

S,34."»!> Rounder 

8:544.3 Bedm luster 

.8282,3 lnf«*rno Qiunm .... 

.8.31 .38 Hal lack 

8;{4r.ll 1 tolly Maddis 

S’54.31) Fnmt Row 

8.'MK»1 Daisy Garth ...... 

8.344.3 Two Drop 

.S3212 I>Hiis Keil 

Rolnirt Powell, ch. 
g, by Gone C«K>n 

-^oiirtesy 

Seventh Race— 1 1-8 Miles. 
4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



103.. X7ir> 

102. . X710 

100 710 

100. . x7or» 
100. . X700 

100. . X70O 

105.. X 695 

105. . X»500 

105 67.5 

100. . X670 

102 6(M» 

105 (kiO 

102 6.50 



112 .) 

10.3. . X72.5 

101.. X 7 1.5 

98 710 

10.3 70fi 

100. . X7m» 

1(K) 700 

96 (185 

95. . . .675 
lol 6(Mt 

101 . . . .625 



83093 Hamilton 
83000 Hamilton 
82822 Hamilton 
82707 Montreal 
82646 Montreal 



55 f 1:07 fast 3 
3-4 1:12| fast 20 
3-4 1:16 slop 4 
7-8 1:32 slow 2| 
3-4 1:194 hvy 2 



14 1“ J Reid 
2® 2» Hamm’d 
1» 20 J Reid 



Reldmoore. GreenDale. How.SIiean. 
K. Avondale, BrownTony. The Earl. 
Bel. Scott. Cruched’Or. PaulRninarc 
Weight today 110. 
TJncle.TIm.Gray. DeBurgo. Security. 
Little Osage. Ida Heck. Youthful. 
Blue Coat. Alice George. Serenade. 



DE BURGO. ch. c. 4. by Plgnudos — ^Lady Sterling (M. Hogan) 



24 5»3 MuBgrive Be Tliankful. Minot. Petulant. 

3® 3'4 Deverich Mozart, Blue Coat, Be Thankful. 
(M. Hogan). Weight today 110. 

73 7>* A Lang GreenDale. King of Mist. Adoration 

4J> 4® J Howard Stromeland. Ragman. Sir F:dward. 
4J 3’4 J Howard Edgely. UncloJimraleGray. Security 



83271 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:444 fast 10 105 9 8 8 9 7= 7>* A Lang 

83210 Ft. Erie 3-4 l :12t fast 7 109 6 5 7 4h 4® J Howar 

83093 Hamilton 54 f 1:07 fast 30 110 7 7 5 4J 3’J J Howar( 

81494 Pimlico 1 1-16 1:498 slow 30 107 4 7 8 8 8 ‘ 8>» E Haynes 

81402 Pimlico 3-4 1:15 fast 8 106 7 7 7 7^ 6»«4Upton 

SERVILE, ch. g. 4, by Planudes — Salama (C. H. Knebelkamp). 

81537 Ft. Worth 1 1-8 l:55g good 2 110 I'J Vand’sen 

81474 Ft. Worth 1 1:41 good 4-5 109 4 Donovan 

ALK7E GEORGE, hr. f, 8. bv Sain — ^Yokohama (J. R. Wainwright). 
82822 Hamilton 3-4 1:16 slop 3 100 7 2 3 3J 3'| Kennedy 



82625 Latonia 
82501 I.,atonla 
82367 J.atonia 
82241 Latonia 



3-4 1:15 good 4 
54 f 1:068 fast 5 
54 f 1:068 fast 12 
7-8 1 ;32| hvy 8 



8** E Haynes HlghRange. Sum. Night. BelleScott. 
6i«4Upton GIIm. Ulacko. Queen of the Hills. 
)elkamp). Weight today 111. 

1'4 Vand’sen Oheron. Himal.nj'a. Bmugliam. 

4 Donovan Meadow. Sam Taylor, Lucky .M<*.se. 
Wainwright). Weight today 101. 

3'| Kennedy Blue Ooat, Edgely, Serenade. 



HANDS AROUND, gr. f. 4, by Seroent— Reel (F. T. Wood). 

82579 Montreal 3-4 1:15 good 15 102 6 9 9 9» 8" T Rice Topi 

82448 Montreal 64 t 1:07| fast 10 105 1 6 8 8* 7® J Howard Sim 

82437 Montreal 3-4 1:13| fast 7 109 2 3 5 3» 4>4 J Howard S me 

82175 Toronto 3-4 1:14| fast 4 107 7 2 3 4® 8® Mnsgrive Dan 

BITTER HAND. b. g. 6. by Bit ter Root— Free Hand (M. £. McHenry). 



34 3'| Kennedy Blue Ooat, Edgely, Serenade. 

34 3=4 E Martin Merrick. Wool Sandals, Mystifler. 
4‘ 4’4 Kennedy Rich. Reed. M.Crlttendeu, Arionette 
24 Kennedy TomMoGrath. TomHoUaud. FJthelda 
6® 6^® E Martin Dr.Barkley. AllRed. Tomllaywanl. 



. Wood). Weight today 105. 

9® 8“ T Rice Topsy Robinson. BlueCJoat,' Security. 

8* 7® J Howard Simeoe. Superstition. Colored Lady 

3* 4®4 J Howard Smoker, Youthful, Many Colors. 

4* 8® Musgr*ve Dareington. Security. St. Elmwood 



8;'.494 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:4251 fast 30 102 5 4 5 

S3‘280 Ft. Erie ImTOy l:43j fast 40 108 4 3 4 

83109 Hamilton 1 1-16 l:4Sl slow 6 103 4 2 3 

83052 Hamilton 1 1:40| fast 10 99 7 1 1 

82982 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:458 fast 50 105 9 8 8 



Hand (M. £. McHenry). Weight today 108. 

4* 4*® Ganz Apartie. Dispute. Mary Talbott. 

8 8‘®4S Flynn T. Robinson. AnneMcGee, Hooray. 



7”4J Reid 
2>4 2* J Reid 



Zipango. Ida May. Dredger, 
Hooray. Green Dale. Campaigner. 



9 9** S Flynn IjadyEsther. K.ofMlst, How. Shean 



FOURTH RACHB — 3-4 Mile. S-year-olda and upward. Selling. (04246 — 1:11% — 3 — 112.) 



no 

103 

1 K» 


1:124 
l:l:;j 
1 1.5* 


5. 

3. 

n 


.103. 

.102. 

95 


• X72.5 


8.3.500® 


(Track ret*ord: 7041 
<;iLES 


5—1 

109 


514—4 
1 :5.34 


4 


105.) 

.107. 


.X725 




8.3498 


Solou Shingle .... 


109 


1:534 


8 


.108. 


. X710 


1 10 


1 'V.\i 


b 


108 




(S;i44S) 


Red Hussar 




1 :534 


4 


..no. 


. X705 


107 


1:134 

1:1.34 

1:14 


4 ^ 


.110. 


. X 705 


,s;{498 


Gilvedear 


107 


4 


.110. 


. X705 


,109 


3. 


. IM). 


. X705 


8.3498 


Belle Scott 


100 


1 :5;i4 


5 


. .100. 


. X7(K) 


. 95 


3. 


. 94. 


. X700 


.SU48 


Maledietion 


112 


1:57 




..107. 


. ©(sSTi 


107 


1:134 




.110. 


.©TOO 


83401 


Harry Riclieson... 






5 


. . 103 . 


. . .080 



COONEY K.. b. g, 5. by Senator McCarren — Campania (J. Burttschell). 



83407 Ft. Erie 
83108 Hamilton 
83000 Hatnllton 
82827 Hamilton 
82302 Toronto 
82181 Toronto 



3-4 l:16g hvy 6 104 4 

3-4 1:148 slow 8 106 2 

3-4 1:121 fast 2 106 4 

3-4 1:15| slop 6 105 4 

54 f 1 ;078 fast 8 109 6 

S-4 1:148 fast 15 110 6 



Weight today 103. 



ARIONETTE. b. f. 8, by Cesarion — Fonsolette (M. C. Pritchard). 



6®® 5‘® J Brooks Sir Edward. Little Osjige. AI.Muller 
1* .TReid Fiilford, John A.. Sir I'Mward. 

54 7‘’4Musgr*ve Little Osage. Edgely, Ida Reek. 

6® 7^® J Brooks Bellwether, Cloisteress, Sir Edward 

3^ 2' Musgr’ve FMaudmrwe. Bellwctlier, Smoker. 

6* 4*i H’cIifTe Sal Volatile. T. Robinson. Lit. Osage. 



. . 94 1:144 
. . 9S l;14ii 
..log 1:17 
..120 1:18 



Tlie figun^s under “Rec.” In above entries show 
ttie Ibest rime made by the lK>rs<* at tlie distance, 
with weight carried, since January 1. 1908. 'Hi Is 
time is not necessarily made by a winner. It may 
be the estimated time of a losing perforniance. 



S3160 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:128 fast 7 95 3 111* 1* C Ross 

82705 I.atonia 54 f 1:068 fast 1 96 4 1 1 3' 6^ E 

82501 Latonia 54 f 1:06| fast 7 89 1 1 1 24 3® Brs 

81160 Lexington 54 f 1 :07 fast 23-10 103 3 1 2 3‘ 6^4 Wa 

LIGHT BLUE, b. c, 8. by Bluet — Merry Merrick (A. Lasance). 



Weight today 100. 
.\nneMeGee, Osorlne. Mexieaii Girl 



1 3' 6^ E Martin Billy Bodemer, Ethelda. Colmo. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 



The email figure nnder **Str.*' showa the diatenoe the horse was ahead of that next in the race. The smell 
figure nnder **Fin.*'— unless the horse won — shows the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner. 



83457 FT. Erie 


3-4 1 :13A fast 


15 


99 


7 


5 


4 


3h 


3‘4 Dreyer 


8S214 Ft. Erie 


3-4 l; 13 fast 


60 


99 


4 


7 


7 


54 


4® Robinson 


82291 Latonia 


54 f 1:09* hvy 


24 


106 


5 


7 


4 


4» 


7® Heldel 


81266 Lexington 


3-1 1:18? mud 2| 


105 


2 


4 


3 


IK 


14 Brannon 


81199 Lexin^on 


3-4 1:154 good 


20 


98 


5 


3 


3 


34 


4*3 Brannon 



HYPEBION II., b. g, 6. by Mazagan — Van-a-Clar (L. Johnson) 



FIRST RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds. Maidens. Sellii^. (' 

Index Course DistTimeT’ekOdda Wt St *4 % % StrFin Jockeys 
LUCKY FORD. hr. c, 3, by Lackford — Distaff (M. Ochsner). 

hT. Erie lm70y 1:46 fast 25 104 3 1 1 2 44 5®J Deverich 



83214 Ft. Erie 



3-* 1:13 fast 100 



7702S Jamestown 6-8 1:02| fast 15 



i. Selling. (76313— 1:00%— 4— 112.) 

in Jockeys Best Company 

aer). Weight today 97. 

1*4 Deverich Gwendolyn F.. GoldFront. MayLutz 
■*® Hufnagel K. Avondale, Tremargo. D.Stafford. 



s:;279 Ft, Erie 
83154 Ft. Erie 
82570 Latonia 
82293 Latonia 
82103 Latonia 



3-4 1:138 fast 6-5 107 1 

3-4 1:14 fast 13-5 114 5 

3-4 1 :12| fast 3-6 112 5 

1 1:42 hvy 6 103 3 

3-4 1:12 fast 5 102 2 



0. W. BURT. h. r. 4. bv Don de Oro— Fig Leaf (P. T. Chinn). 



S3461 Ft. Erie 
83214 Ft. Erie 
82999 Hamilton 
82575 Montreal 
82303 Montreal 



3-4 1:138 fast 9-5 110 6 
3-4 1:13 fast 13-5 110 11 
3-4 1.124 fast 10 110 5 

3-4 1:154 good 9-10 112 5 
3-4 1:144 good 44 110 1 



24 3® Braimon Rich. Reed. M.Crlttendeu. A.tieorge 
3‘ 6‘^4 Warren Jolly. Earl’s Court. Heine. 

• Weight today 100. 

3*» 3‘4 Dreyer Mystifler. Treni.argo, I’uakv. 

54 4* Robinson K. Avondale. Tremargo. D. Stafford. 
48 7® Heidel Billy Bodemer. Usury. Tim Kelly. 

Ik Brannon Crawford. SilverC.. Harriet Rowe. 
34 45 J Brannon Refined. Aspirin. E. T. Shipp. 

(mx- X , Weight today 117. 

2‘4 1" J Reid Apache. Tom Holland. Osorlne. 

4J 5*4 J Lee SalVolatile. Apache. TopsvRobinson 
Meade. Righteasy, EuQeld. 

?! 5? McGee Cymbal. Keep Moving. The Minks. 
2* 1«» E Martin ColloQiiy. Crystal Maid, ZIenap. 

. T. Chinn). Weight today 107. 



76738 Fort Erie 
76700 Fort Erie 
7CC43 Fort Erie 



5-8 1:004 fast 12 
5-8 l:01t fast 25 
5-8 1:011 fast 60 



9» 9® T Steele Zeola. Span. Banner. MlssCrlttenden. I IDA RECK. h. m. S. by Algol— Free Lady (Prospect Stable). 



Fell. M Preston ^^oz.•lrt. ^^ontclai^. ,\lta .McDouald* 

K. Avondale. Tremargo. D.Stafford! 
f f k Goldstein Roj^ueeu. CentreShot. RoyalOuyx. 

5 5 4* 5* M Preston Fulford, Cloisteress, Darefngtmi. 

1 2 24 2ii M Preston Red River, Mazuma. Blue Coat. 



8 8>>4C Ross 

3» C Ross 
4* 4® C Ross 



J. W. FYRE. b. c, 3. by Ruskin II. — ^Faience (P. T. Chinn). 



767UO Fort Erie 
76219 Fort Erie 
75743 Latonia 
75572 Latonia 



6-8 1:011 fast 12 107 6 

5- 8 1:024 good 10 103 4 

6- 8 l:00i fast 21-5 108 7 

5-8 1:011 fast 5 110 7 



5 6 6» 4* T Taylo 

3 11 11* 10** Delaby 

7 10 10* 10»» T Taylor 

4 6 6* 4®4 Warren 



(C Ross Emperor William. Cowdin. Ramsy. 
C Ross Scantling. Desperado. J. W. Fyre. 

C Ross Hank. Automatic. Scantling. 

). Weight today 102. 

T Taylor Scantling. Desperado. Lucky Ford. 

Delaby Stromeland. Elsa F.. Gerrymander. 

T Taylor Olambala, Wlntergreen, All Red. 

Warren RoblnGrey, Stowaway, NedCarmack 



834W Ft. Erie 3-4 1:17 hvy' 44~'To2 7 ' '1' Thl^e’ H aynes Sister Phyllis. Ze^a®.'^S^°hh^ 

fast 7 106 10 8 6 6® 5=5 T Chandler .Arionette. Anne McGee Osorlne 

1 1:404 fast 6 102 6 2 2 2 3* 8*3 J McIntyre Hooray. Bitter Hand (ireen Dale 

Hamilton 3-4 1:12| fast 10 99 7 8 8 6*4 3* J Reid Little Osage. E<lgely* Youthful 

82386 Montreal 1 1:40 fast 15 1(14 7 8 8 6 6* 6‘* T ChandlerJeanette M.. Pelul.ant. ('olnnel "Zeb 

^9]? H0]^AND, b. c. 8, by Planudes — ^Flying Girl (J. Stevena). Weight todav 106 

lri4|! good 5 102 9 9 8 7 7= 0'= J Howard Woidwluder, CVremonhis Giles. ^ 

8.>^ PT. Erie 3-4 1:194 hvy 34 105 9 9 9 9 7*® J Howard SlrEdward. PaulRiiinart Clolst’re^s 

83279 p-t. Erie 3-4 1:134 fast 15 104 3 6 3 3* 3*J Musgr’ve Hyperldn il Apacl^ 

Ixatonla 3-4 l:12jj fast 7 98 4 4 3 3® 3*4 Brannon Midman Charlie Eas’tmaS ikjnna 

82975 Latonia 54 f 1:06| fast 4 112 10 6 3 1*4 1* M McGee Colmo, Lillian Leigh. Ethelda. 

PEDRO, hr. g, 6, by Masetto— Palma (J. F. Daniels). Weight todav 105 



SEARCHLIGHT, ch. f. 3. by Bonnie Scotland — Radiant Light (R. Davies). 



.VkrjT. P^t. Ph ie 
8S031 Hamilton 
S2242 Toronto 
N2160 Toronto 
82020 Toronto 



5ifl:lC4hvy 7 
3-4 1:14 fast 4 
3-4 1:144 fast 50 
7-8 1:30 fast 15 
3-4 1:161 hvy 4 



Weight today 100. 



2nk 4SJ T ChandlerSlolypin. General Lee. Royal «tok. 
2* 6**4Musgr’ve K. Commoner. May Lutz. GoldFront 
3* 4**4C Ross Tasley, Desperado, Lady Orlmar. 

4 4*® Deverich Ohilla. Many Colors. Ballet Girl. 

6® 7** T Chandler^ore L^rk. Croydon. Devanson. 



8.*i380 Ft. Erie 
83279 P't. Erie 
83087 Ixatonia 
82975 Latonia 



83280 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:434 fast 4 



AUSTIN STURTEVANT, b. g. 3. by Jean Bereaud — ^Formula (D. B. Jones). 



Weight today 102. 



9® 9*74M Preston K. Commoner. May Lutz. GoldFront 
4® 3® Obert Tom Holland. Busy Man. Red Shawl 



83031 Hamilton 3-4 1:14 fast 8 112 11 7 9 9® 9 -’tjm Preston K. Commoner. May Lutz. GoldP’rout 

81267 Lexington 54 f 1:12 mud 25 107 12 4 6 4® 3® Obert Tom Holland. Busy Man. RedShawl 

FIREBUG, hr. c, 3. by Woolsthorpe — Incendiary (J. H. Madigan). Weight today 105. 

82841 Hamilton 3-4 1:17 slow 5 104 1 1 1 2* 3® J Howard Sllverlne. Gwendolyn F.. Morocco. 



83216 Ft. Erie 
83154 Ft. Erie 
83060 Okla. City 



1 l:39g fast 12 
3-4 1:14 fast 30 
3-4 1:234 mud 24 



105 3 5 3 
302 5 5 4 
110 7 7 



T 1 Weight today 105. 

4®4 Jackson T. Robinson. Anne Me(3ee. Iloorav 
2f Davenp’t Creel. Mazuma. Ida Mav. 

Davenp’t SalVolatile. Apache. TopsvRobinson 



82841 Hamilton 
82634 Montreal 
82579 Montreal 
82382 Montreal 



3-4 l:17g slow 20 105 5 

3-4 1:15 good 15 101 8 

3-4 1:13 fast 100 105 1 



3 10 10 10*» Malin 

2 2 64 9** Herbert 

3 4 8* 11** Malln 



ORLET, hr. g. 3. by Orlando— rLena Myers (W. H. Fizer). 



.S3460 Ft. Erie 
83U84 J^atonia 
82497 Ixatonia 
82105 lALtonia 
81586 Louisville 
81403 Louisville 



ImTiiy 1:4C fast 40 
3-4 1:144 fast 7 
3-4 1:134 fast 60 
3-4 1:144 fast 26 
3-4 1:13| fast 35 



5 7 10 11 12* 13®’4Kennedy 

2 3 2 7* 9‘4 Heldel 

1 1 3 3*1 4**4Heidel 

3 9 9 9* 9T A Walsh 



ColonelZeb. LadyOrimar. SilkHose. 
T. RobinsMi, Blue Coat, Security. 
SalVolatile, JoetJaltens. Bellwether 
Weight today 102. 
Gwendolyn F.. Gold P'ront, MayLiuz 
_»‘*A*rlne, Tannle. .Stiifrau. 

Plate Glass, JuplterJoe. JackBaker. 
l.udliiana. Chalice. Xarco. 



82943 Okla. City 7-8 1 :284 fast 3-6 110 2* H( 

BONNIE BARD. b. g. 5. by The Bard— Flnid (W. 7. Young). 

s;m4 Ft. p:rie 1 1-1 2:192 hvy 6 110 5 2 3 3 5* 5*4 Rt 



4®4 Hollister 
2* Hollister 



Ix)mond. B. J. Swanner. PVrnaudoi 
Mazonia. Injury. Wander. 



83271 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:444 fast 15 107 1 7 7 

83154 Ft. Erie 3-4 1 :14 fast 40 113 9 9 

82759 Hamilton 1 1:40 good 15 110 7 8 8 

82554 Latonia 1 1-16 1 :454 fast 9 103 3 1 1 



I fast 16-5 112 11 



111 11»® A Walsh Patriot. Zeola. Irrigator, 



RUPI(?OLA. hr. f. 3. by Advance Guard — ^Kin Rose (R. £. Lechleiter) 



8262Ti l,.atoiiia 


.3-4 1:1.5 


good 100 


874 7 


6 


5 


6® 


6** Brannon 


82309 latonia 


3-4 1:14* fast 


20 


107 1 


7 


7 


7* 


C*J Heidel 


81586 I»uisville 


3-1 1:13? fast 


1‘2 


no 9 


12 


9 


8® 


7*4 Heidel 


81403 I»uisville 


3-4 1:1 3J 


fast 


14 


no 12 


13 


10 


13* 12*=4Heidel 


76766 Fort Erie 


6-8 l:01i 


fast 


30 


104 11 


10 


11 


7ok 6®4 Glasner 



OZANA. ch. f, 3. by Mazagan — Sparkle (J. N. Camden). 



81688 Louisville 



1 1-16 1:494 mud 8 



Console. Project. Dextrine. 

Weight todav 100. 
Merrick. WoolSandals. AliceGeorge 
Xar<*o. Kyronda. Kiddy. 

Patriot. Zeote, Irrigator. 

Console. Project, Dextrine. 

Joe Gaitens. Gloriole. Ramsy. 

Weight today 100. 



SOIL. b. g. 3. 

S»'3l Hamilton 
81493 Pimlico 
813.36 Pimlico 
81240 Pimlico 
81191 Pimlico 



by Ben Strome— Earth (G. E. Dudley). 



• Yonng). Weight todav 108 

I! K.ofMlst. B.Pullnian. I.awyerMillur 

QI91T ^Bst. Adoration 

Qi TopsyRoblns(»n 

5 McC*thyT. Robinson. St.Elmwood. J.Carroll. 
2*1 - Page J.E.McMillan. G. Belle. Mead’grass. 



3-4 1:14 fast 8 
3-4 l:16j slow 20 
3-4 1:14 fast 12 
3-4 1:144 fast 8 
1 1 :4l| fast 50 



1 2 6® 4** Leibert 

11 12 12* ll*«4H’cliffe 



94 Left at the post. 



PILLS, hr. f, 3. by Dieudonne— Ca psule (J. H. Lamb). 



9®*4V Powers Floreal. Pink Wings. (Jordova. 



1 1:391 fast 40 91 8 6 5 9 9®® 9®* R Will’ms Sir Cleges. Zienap. St. Elmwood. 



ODIN. ch. g. 3. by Mesmerist — Denise (D. T. Morris). 

83325 Ft. Erie 51 f 1:164 hvy 10 99 5 3 4 5® 5*»lDavenp’t 

S3U84 Latonia 3-4 l:14f fast 16 109 13 12 12 11* H*®iT Rice 

8-2292 Ixatonia 51 f 1:104 hvy 13-5 103 2 2 4 31 3* Page 

CHERRY PICKER, b. f. 3, by Hiero-J^uhilante (J. Mackay). 

75539 Hamilton 41 f 67 good 40 99 11 11 9 * 9*®Al)esmond 

MAPLETON. h. c. 3. by Sempronius — ^Maude Fealy (M. Nicoll). 

83(193 Hamilton 51 f 1:07 fast 20 102 11 12 12 12 12** Whiting 

DUPREE, b. c, 3, by Meltonian — Zara. 

First start. 



Weight today 102. 

5*®lDavenp’t Stob-pln. General I.k'c. Koval Oak. 
liojT Rice Dextriue, Tannie, Sinfran. 

3* Page K. Ferdinand. Bensonh’t. GrcatHelp 

(ackay). Weight today 100. 

9*®Al)esmond Lurid, Apologize, She Wolf. 
Nicoll). Weight today 102. 

12** Whiting Edgely, Uncle Jim. Gray, De Burgo. 

Weight today 105. 



83446 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:15 good 50 

82564 G’vesend Ab3-4 l:09g fast 60 

81753 Belmont 3-4 1:11 fast 7 

81025 Oakland F C 1:11 fast 12 

80678 S. Anita 64 f 1:19 fast 16 



5 5*4 Pbair 

8 8*®4GIass 
7* 8*» Tansey 
8 8*® Glass 



J. E.McMillan. G. Belle. Mead’grass. 

_ _ , Weight today 99. 

K. Commoner. May Lutz. GoldFront 

Racquet Goodheart. King Sol. 
Gol(^nCa5tle. Apologize. Farand’Or 
El Oro, Tim Pippin. Wild Willow. 
Quantico. Campaigner. L.oflxangden 
-- , Weight today 105. 

Merrifield. Tackle. Ralbert. 

Milford. AlhertM., Bucket Brigade. 
LadyAhny, Alb.Star. Buck. Brigade. 

TV- TXT T. . . Weight today 103. 

I>. W . Brl ggs. I ». Da me. Da rel iig 1 011 . 
Prince Gal, Harrigan. Tim Pippin. 
.May River. Racquet. Talnio. 

K.Deck. GreenGoods, J.H. Sheehan. 
Glorlo. Footpad. Green Seal. 



80678 S. Anita 64 f 1:19 fast 16 90 3 1 1 4J 5*J Glass Glorlo. Footpad. Gr^n Seal 

LADY FITZ HERBERT, hlk. f. 4. by Ethelbert— Morganatic (A. J. Oberlin). Weight todav 106 

8 189;> .Jamestown 3-4 1:16 good 12 105 9 6 9 9 9*« T Burns Momentum. King llifsfle KnSfq 

81792 Jamestown 1 1:464 slop 30 111 6 6 6 7 7 7®® A Martin Eschau.Tidy 

FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds. Selling. (7C703 — 1:42% 5 liM.) 



PERT. hr. f, 3, by Leonid — Insolence (W. McLemore). 

83162 Ft Erie 3-4 l:13g fast 20 100 11 11 11 10® 9*®4C Ross 

82862 Okla. City 1 1:45 fast 1 91 6* Ploss 

82324 Ft. Worth 7-8 1:294 fast 1 100 2«»k Pickens 



SECOND RACE— 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. (57S.’>S— 1 ;00%— 2— 94.) 



SPANISH PRINCE, b. g, 3. by Prince of Melbourne — Spanish Match (J. Duffy). 
83:W2 Ft Erie 1 1-16 1:544 hvy 8 95 4 2 2 2 2*4 3*® Ganz Gr^t Hei 



„ . „ Weight today 95. 

Peking. Maycella, Grande Dame. 
Sainposal. Lista. Separator. 
Himalaya. Prometheus, Saiuposal. 



MAE HENLEY, b. f. 2. by Omus— Leda (H. Dots). Weight today 105. 

8.30S5 Ixatonia 54 f 1:074 fast 11-10 l(i3 4 2 2 24 3®4 Taplin Banives, Redeem. Pinkard. 

8.3021 Latonia 5-8 1:008 fast 3 108 4 3 4 3>* 3* Hufnagel Itouau, I»ulse S.. Topland. 

82498 Latonia 5-8 1:008 fast 10 105 3 1 1 1*4 1*4 Warren .lackStraw. EvaTanguay, Aman.Lee 

82375 Txatonia 4| f 658 mud 12 110 6 3 44 4* Warren Zeohvr. John MclMiire. Woolcasta. 

WESTERN LADY. b. f. 2. by Ogd en— Star of the West (William Garth). Weight today 105. 

83443 Ft. Erie 54 f 1:09 good 3 105 4 4 4 35 3*» J Howard ShortOrder. B.K.Sleet. Bedmiuster. 

82.378 Ft. Erie 6-8 1:081 hvy 6 104 3 1 1 1* 1* J Howard Olivia.Miekle. EmmyLon. Gr. Dixon 

WHIM. ch. f. 2. by Ingoldsby— Monarda (A. B. Gallaher). Weight today 105. 



8,3227 Ft Erie 1 1-16 1:453 fast 10 100 9 3 3 5 6* 7®®4Ganz 

83114 Hamilton 1 1-16 1 : 463 slow 3 102 1 4 4 4 4* 5*4 J Reid 

82828 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:49| slop 8-6 99 2 1 1 1 2*4 3®4 J Reid 

82711 Montreal 1 1:44 slow 15 98 4 2 1 1 18 2»» H’cliffe 

COLONEL ZEB, ch. c, 3, by Hawkswick — Alicetta (Z. W. Benton). 
8S268 Ft. Erie 1 1:39| fast 60 97 6 6 6 4 4® 4*4 Davenp’t 

S3000 Hamilton 3-4 1:128 fast 15 984 8 10 10 10* 9**4Herbert 



S3000 Hamilton 
82706 Montreal 
82634 Montreal 
82557 Montreal 



3-4 1:128 fast 15 
3-4 1 :174 slow 20 
3-4 1:178 slow 15 
1 1:458 slow 15 



834.59 Ft. Erie 
833-27 Ft. Erie 
82901 Latonia 
81^1 I..atonia 
81344 Louisville 
81292 Louisville 



3-4 1:148 fast 30 108 2 

54 f 1 :13| hvy 10 97 4 

5- 8 1:044 hvy 6 110 2 

6- 8 1:01 fast 10 109 3 

1-2 473 fast 12 110 10 

1-2 494 Blow 16-5 107 6 



I'U 44 F Burton Gal. Pirate. AmandaLee. Chief Kee. 
54 6*®4Hufnagel BenK. Sleet. C.Beachey. ShortOrder 
1*4 1*4 M McGee OllvlaMiekle. BeJ.Lester. MartineH 
4*» 4® V Powers Placlde. OllvlaMiekle. BenK.Sleet. 
6h 5® C H ShirgEOiettmrg, Placlde. My Gal. 

6®| C H ShirgEthelburg. Martine H.. Placlde. 



82c57 Montreal 1 1:458 slow 16 101 4 3 4 5 4® 4®4 Davenp’t 

THE EARL. hr. g, 3, by Resolute II.— Lady Pepper (C. Bowman). 

83272 Ft. Erie 1 1-4 2:07| fast 10 97 6 4 5 5 5*® 5*4 C Ross 



82210 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:123 fast 8 

83109 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:488 slow 5 100 2 1 1 3 8 ‘ 8*^ Herbert 

83047 Hamilton 3-4 1:138 fast 30 114 8 10 9 5* 3®4 Rettig 

82386 Montreal 1 1:40 fast 10 98 11 7 4 3 7* 8*«4Herbert 

M’GEE. b. f. 3. by MarU Santa^alifomia (W. H. Fizer). 



3-4 1:123 fast 8 96 11 10 10 8*4 7»1 C Ross 

1-16 1:488 slow 5 100 2 1 1 3 8 8* * Herbert 



FAIR LOUISE, hr. f. 2. by Ogden — Flora Pomona (W. J. Young). 



832-23 Ft. Erie 
8,3091 Hamilton 
83026 Hamilton 
82928 Hamilton 



5- 8 1:018 fast 3 109 1 

6- 8 1:018 fast U-20 110 1 

6-8 1:01 fast 34 107 6 

44 f 548 fast 20 108 2 



(W. J. Young). Weight today 100. 

3® 2*4 Rettig Scruples. Olivia Mlekle. Patsalaga. 
3nk 2® J Howard IxadySybll, WinterDay. DaisyGarth 
3® 2® Mentry Fauntleroy. Galvesca, Bob R. 

5* 2*»k Musgr’ve T.G. Butterfly. Scruples. liadySybll. 



Match (J. Duffy). Weight today 97. 

Heavens. Floreal. Chepontuc 
5! Grania, Desperado. Dispute. 

5,x lx? T 5®]^ Reldmoore. GreenDale. How.Shean. 

CountyClerk. Wuolwinder, B. Scott, 
la 2h H cliffe Thomas Calhoun, (juantioo, Piinky. 

®®“ton). Weight today 105. 

4® 4*4 Davenp’t John A.. SImeoe. Steel. 

0* 9*®4Herbert Little Osage. Edgely. Ida Reck. 

L 4**4Davenp’t RoseQneen. EdwlnL.. GreatHeavena 
?! Davenp’t LadyOrimar. SllkHose. Gold Front. 
4® 4®4 Davenp’t Piute. Many Colors, Spanish Prince 

■ r,. ^ Weight today 102. 

5*4 C Ross Zipango, Cen'monius. Doubt. 

2 * Stromeland, R.agman. Sir Edward. 

Herbert Zipango. Ida .May. Dredger. 

K. Avondale. BrownTony. Col. Lady. 
7* 8*«4Herbert Jeanette M.. Petulant. Colonel Zeb 



S2409 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:163 hvy 4-5 

83280 Ft. Erie ImTOy 1:433 fast 10 

83160 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:123 fast 34 



S2637 Latonia 



7-8 1:30 hvy 12-6 94 1 1 1 



AMANDA LEE, b. f. 2. by Sempronius— Fon Mate (D. T. Morris) . 



83459 Ft. Erie 3-4 l:14g fast 15 102 5 2 2 1'5 2J J 

83404 Ft. Erie 54 f 1:118 hvy 20 100 7 5 5 . 6** 6»4 

83085 latonia 54 f 1:074 fast 10 98 8 9 9 7* 7** A 

83020 Latonia 54 f 1:08 fast 10 105 6 6 4 6* 6»4 T Rice 

82819 Latonia 6-« 1:04 slow 54 107 4 6 6 6* 6**4Troxler 

826.35 Latonia 5-8 l:03| hvy 20 100 1 4 4 4* 3*4 E " * 

INFLECTION, b. f. 2, by Inflexible— Auntie Mum (M. Foley) 

S(»S92 ,S. Anita 1-2 47 fast 4 105 5 4 4J 2'J G 

807.59 S. Anita 5-8 1:00 fast 18-5 109 1 11 !•* 1>* Mi 



Weight today 100. 



J Howard Gallant Pirate. Chief Kee. Whim. 



6®4 Herbert Laveno. Scj-uples. Gallant Pirate. 
7>* A Walsh Banives. Redeem. Mae Henley. 



EMMY LOU, h. f, 2, by Mazagan— Lady Ballard (W. E. Nunn). 



S34.59 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:148 fast 30 97 6 4 4 74 8*®4Paul 

83378 Ft. Erie 6-8 1;08| hvy 20 104 2 5 5 4* 3®| Robinso 

83223 Ft. Erie 5-8 1:018 fast 60 100 12 12 12 11* 10*® Robinso 

81754 Louisville 44 f 66g mud 11 102 1 8 8 8*®5Page 

JOLIKA. ch. f. 2. by Nasturtium— Columbia (Riverdale Stable). 
S3091 Hamilton 5-S 1:018 fast 30 110 10 10 10 9 * 9**4Phair 

BALSTAR. ch. f, 2. by Balgowan — ^Instar (D. J. Prince). 

83378 Ft. Eric 5-8 1:088 hvy 30 104 7 7 7 7®* Dreyer 

82928 Hamilton 44 f 54g fast 40 109 Left at the post. Leibert 

WOOL-TINE. b. f. 2. by Woolsthorp^Peavine (G. C. Taylor). 



6* 6»J T Rice Eva Tanguay. Banives, Redeem. 

6* 6**4Troxler Frosty Lancaster, J.Straw. L.Lanler 
4* 3*4 E Martin Zephyr. King Solomon. (3alash. 

If. Foley). Weight today 110. 

4J 2'J G Archib’d Medallion. Silvia Fir. I.illium. 

Ih 18 Musgr’ve Kiora, The Wolf. Jack Dennerlen. 

E. Nunn). Weight today 100. 

74 8*®4Paul Gal.Pirate. Amandalxee. Cliief Kce. 



83555 Latonia 1 1-16 1:453 fast 13-6 87 5 1 1 1 1*4 6*J Brann 

OCCIDENTAL, ch. f. 3. by Montana— Lisanne (A. J. Small). 

83409 FT. Erie 3-4 1:16| hvy 10 95 4 2 3 2* 2® Phair 

83094 Hamilton 54 f 1:06| fast 10 92 1 5 6 6^ 5®J Phair 

82995 Hamilton 3-4 1:13| fast 10 88 8 7 6 104 10*®4Phalr 

82754 Hamilton 54 f 1:07| good 6 92 6 3 2 1* 1® Phair 

sensible, ch. f, ^3, by Serpent — May Beach (F. T, Wood). 



.X Weight today 100. 

oix , Plolstoress. Occidental. .Min. Bright. 

^ Hufnagel Top.sy Roblnwn. Hooray. Pedro. 

Arionette. Osorlne. Mexican Girl. 

3* E Martin Meadowgrass. Usury, Llsterlne. 

1*4 6*J Brannon Albert Star, Gerrymander. Font. 



8.3406 FT. Erie 3-4 1:17 hvy 12 

83227 Ft. Erie 1 1-16 1 :453 fast 30 

82634 Montreal 3-4 l;17g slow 10 

82453 Montreal 1 l:40g fast 20 

82162 Toronto 1 1:44 fast 8 

81869 Toronto 3-4 1:143 fast 30 



5* 4®i J Reid 



Weight today 100. 
Cloisteress, Min. Bright, .\untKat<» 
I.ittle Osage. Golly Ding. St. .Jeanne 
Sal Volatile. Osorlne. Mozart. 
Minot Brown Tony. Posing. 

Weight todav 100. 
Sister Phyllis, Ida Reek. Zinda. 



107 9 9 7 8® 9® T Rice 

95 4 9 10 10 104 11** Deverich 

101 6 6 6 2 14 2«> E Clark 

109 8 9 10 9«» 6® Rettig 



I* J Howard Grania. Desperado. Dispute. 



12 12 11* 10'® Robinson Scruples, Falrlxmlse. OllvlaMiekle. 

8 8 8*®5Page Chanticlor. Cambronne.Klch.Tanaka 

(Riverdale Stable). Weight today 100. 

10 10 9* 9**4Phair JjadySybil. Falrl^ouise. WinterDay. 

>. J. Prince). Weight today 100. 

7 7 7h 721 Dreyer WestemLady. Oliv. Mlekle, Em.I,ou 

: at the post. Leibert T.G. Butterfly. Fair Louise. Scruples 

le (G. C, Taylor). Weight today 100. 

6 7 7 7®* Davenp’t B. Kingston. CastSteel. Hick’yStIck 

10 9 114 12®* Q’rington (Miief Kee, Detroit Broadsword. 

9 9 9**4E Clark StarWave. Lad.vSybil. Adel.Bourue 



SCHUE£WIG. b. c, 3, by Planudes- Unterock (P, Dnnne), 

83210 FT. Erie 3-4 1:12| fast 12 102 10 9 9 11 10®oiKennedy 

83023 Latonia 3-4 Lisf fast 15 101 5 2 6 5* 7® T Rice ^ 

82900 Latonia 1 1:46 hvy 15 112 3 3 2 3 4® 4«l T Rice 

82.553 Latonia 3-4 1:14 fast 8 102 12 8 14 14 14*«lPage 

82174 Latonia 1 1:48 mud 44 109 1 2 2 4 7h 7a=lv^ Poweri 



3-4 1:14 fast 8 
1 1:48 mud 44 



102 12 8 

82174 Latonia 1 1:48 mud 44 109 1 2 2 4 7»> 7a=JV Powers Pl^k"wingr’Lliira“n RaVT^Landlo.-d 

h Bannockburn— Estelle (M. E. McHenry). Weight todav 105 

1 3-lb 2:0og hvy 8 94 6 2 2 2 3® 3* Herbert Console Steel Gilvcdcar ' ^ 

^ .2* S Flynn Hooray.’ Usury. Quagga. 



ColonelZeb. LadyOrimar. SllkHose. 
Jeanette M.. Bobhie Kean. Petulant 
Protagonl.«rt. Nastnrtla. Holscher. 

J. Gaitens, SalVolatile. Plaudmore. 

Weight today 100. 
Stromeland. Ragman Sir Edward. 
Beatrice K.. Snap. Colmo, 

Busy Man, Tannie, Omamosa. 
Ethelda. Busy Man, Plume. 



82924 Hamilton 5-8 1:014 fast 20 101 1 6 7 7 7®* Davenp’t B.Kingstoi 

S290S Hamilton 5-8 1:02 fast 60 108 jl 10 9 II4 1‘2®‘ Q’rington (Miief Kee, 

*3093 Toronto 44 f 67» good 16 112 8 9 9 9**|E Clark StarWave. 

FMrst start for the following: 

OMICRON. b. f, 2, by Cameron — Honey Sweet (W. Grater). 

MAY M’DONALD, hr. f, 2. by Sorcerer— Sans Pareil II. (J. McDonald). 

THIRD RACE— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (04240-1:11%- 



823.31 Ft. F:rie 1 1-16 l:r.7i* hvy 12 105 5 2 2 3 

S2930 Hamilton 1 1:393 fast 60 105 13 13 13 13 

82209 Houston 7-8 1:40 hvy 3-6 96 

82069 Houston 7-8 1:39 hvy 3 100 



Weight today 105. 
Console, Steel. Gilvedear. 

Hooray. Usury. Quagga, 



Pull. up. S Flynn Mazuma. J<^h Carroll. Steel. 



Weight today 100. 
Weight today 100. 



8“>oS HoSstoS 7 8 1-39 hvv 9 100 Uncle Henry. Engraver. Mr. Knapp 

8-069 Houston 7-8 1.39 hvy 3 100 3* Coburn Miss Delaney. Vlncentlo. 

GREAT JUBILEE, b. c, 3, by Knight of the Thistle — Miss Hanover (Mrs. J. McLaughlin). 

“S E‘- 5l,‘? ?:!JI S'-y 1“ .5 <57 7 7»'}Deverlch nosPboro. XralortlrJS>l*\V.urailKI® s 



SALLY PRESTON, b. m. 6. by Canopus— Nell Preston 



,v?.4!m; 


FT. Erie 


3-4 1:1.34 fast 


50 


105 


6 


0 


,5 


S3(K(0 


Hamilton 


3-4 1:12? fast 


34 


110 


1 


4 


5 


8211:1 


Toronto 


3-4 1:14? fast 


C 


1D.5 


10 


9 


8 


81869 Toronto 


:M 1:14* fa.st 


10 


119 


9 


8 


9 


8152,5 


Pimlico 


3-4 1:13* fast 


5 


104 


5 


8 


5 


814.59 


Pimlico 


1 1:43? slow 


2 


102 


6 


4 3 


2 



TREMARGO. ch. r. 3. bv Handsome — Florence W. (A. 



824.57 Ft. Fhie 2-4 

8^14 F-t. F7rie 3-4 

82995 Hamilton 3-4 

8*2567 Montreal 1 

82507 Montreal 3-4 

ARGONAUT, b. c, 3. 
k:{ 444 Ft. Erie 2-4 

80714 OaklaiKl F' C 

80684 Oakland F C 



1 :134 fast 6 P»2 2 111**: 

1:13 fast 40 103 6 4 4 24 2 

1:134 fast 100 98 12 9 8 7*' 

1 :4.5iJ slow 20 106 6 6 6 4 6® a 

1 :17| slop 15 107 2 5 5 4* 3 

by Cunard — Plumeria (W. Cahill). 
I:l4g good 10 1<»6 1 3 4 4* ( 

1:14 slop 4 98 5 4 3 2' t 

1:134 hvy 15 109 5 5 4 2®* i 



^ H. Seeman). Weight today 103. 

3 Tellott Roy.TlOnyx, Hanbridge. Lit. Osage. 
® Kennedy Little Osage. Edgely. Ida Reck. 

4 Musgr’ve J«>e Gaitens. Fulford. Caper Sauct*. 

I Tellott J. Gaitens. SalVolatile, Plaudmore. 
i E Martin St. Jeanne. Momentnm. Ind. Hunter 
I J Reid Neoskaleeta. ItidlanHunter. Zetlius 

Brener). Weight today 102, 

If J Howard MystifiiT. Idglit Blue. Piinkv. 

J Howard K, Avondale. D..Stafford. I.IghtBiue 
* C Ross Sal V'olatlle. Osorlne. Mozart. 

I Herbert Piute, Many Colors. Spanish Prince 
D McCthyClolsteress, Steel, Roseboro. 

Weight today 95. 
J Mentry Renikmble. Protagonist. CncleToby 
4 Coburn Ib>.sevale. Tom Sbaw, F..Miilbolhind. 
Mentry A.of Diam’ds, 'roliBox, D.Warfleld. 



^3^ Ft. Erie 1 1-4 2:17? hvy 10 97 5 4 6 7 7 7®®JDeverich 

S3227 Ft. Erie 1 1-16 1:454 fast 50 100 12 9 9 10 10'®10®*^A Lane 

82103 Ft. Erie 11-8 1:53 fast 30 95 4 6 7 7 7* 7»® Devfr"?h 

oS Hamilton 1 1:40? fast 15 101 7 7 9 10 13® 13**4Deverlch 

82758 Hamilton 1 1:394 good 15 96 9 9 9 S 6* 4*®|DeverIch 

^^Idcrest— Tenchetah (K. Nicoll). 

S3E0 Ft. F.rie ImTOy 1:46 fast 5 107 2 4 6 3 2® 2® J Howar 

^.^2 Ft. Erie 1 1-16 1:544 hv-y 20 103 5 5 5 5 5 5*» Whiting 

83227 Ft. Erie 1 1-16 1 :454 fast 20 100 4 7 7 7 5® 5*®JWhitlng 

8.30.21 Hamilton 3-4 1:14 fast 2 115 2 6 5 4*4 3® Wh t nf 

82976 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:48* fast 4 107 4 3 4 1 I4 2* S Davlf 



7 7*®lDeverich Roseboro. Malediction. .\utumiiKlng 
I0'®10®* A Lang Grania. Desi»erado. Dispute. 

7* 7®® Deverich Console. Cruche d’Or. Belle Scott. 
.3® 13**|Deverlch Bel. Scott. Cruched’Or. PanlRuinart 
6* 4*®4DeverIch Giles, King of Mist, Hoyle. 

[. Nicoll). Weight today 105. 

2® 2® J Howard Gwendolyn F.. May Lutz. Elgin. 

5 5*® Whiting Great Heavens. Floreal. Sp.Prlnce. 

5® 5*®JWhiting Grania. Desperado. Dispute. 

4*4 3® Whiting King (Tommoner. May Lutz. Soil. 

14 2* S Davis I.»awyerMillar. K.Holladay. Morocco 



76609 Latonia 
76126 Latonia 



5- 8 1:011 faat 76 107 9 

6- 8 1:01 fast 150 104 5 



11® ll*®4Deverlcl 

4«k 6® Warren 
8* 9** Warren 



Aspirin. H<Hoe Run. Miss Crittenden 
Joe Gaitens, Olambala, Tarley. 
W.A.Iiesch, VonBuelow, Boseburgll 





TiJESDAY, JULY 20. 1909. 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



ADVANCE BOY. b. c, 8. 

¥\. Erie ImTOy 1:46 
S3214 Ft. Erie 3-4 1:13 
S2jr:6 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:48| 
R2S41 Hamilton 3-4 1:17 
778.30 DuflTn Park &-8 1:06J 
DOCTOR PILLOW, ch. g, 
s:{4«0 KX. Erie liii70y 1:46 
83325 Ft. Erie f 1:16| 

77268 Toronto 5-1 1:151 
76909 8heepsh’d 61 f 1:071 
76241 Brighton 5-8 1:02 
76217 Brighton 6| f 1:07 



, by Advance Guard — Sirenia (J. Hackav), 
fast 60 107 11 10 8 10 9* Steele 



fast 20 107 2 6 



10* 102 »IC Robs 
8’1 Herbert 
8«k 6‘24Hamm*d 
3’i Goines 



Weigrht today 105. I 
Gwendolyn F.. Gold Front. .MayLulz I 
K. Avondale. Tremariro. D.StalTorrt. ' 
liSW. Milliir. GoIdFront, K.Holladay. 
Silverine. Gwendolyn P.. Plrebujr. 
Leonanl. Fautasin. Istronma. 



3. by King: William II.— Vivette (W. R. Griffin). 



Weight today 102. 



O" 6^".’.P.ranra.>n Gwendolyn F.. fJoldFnnil. .MavLiuz 
6* 6-®|Gilbert Stolvpln. General Lee. Royal fh«k 
61 4* Keimetlv Ching Hare. Coateutter. Desperado. 
51 61* E Martin Summer Nlsht. Bosslarc. Lasata. 
2» 2* Musgr’ve O. U. Kid. Harry Rogers. Ocala. 

41 5* R McDan’ ITra Teller. Donatns. Lasata. 



SIXTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Selling. (7r».11.3 — 1:0C%- 



LOTTA CREED, ch. f. 2, by Hamm on — My Fair Kentucky (J. S. Hawkins). 

S.126h h't. Erie u-8 1:00J| fa.st 6 102 6 5 5 a‘ 4*2 Davenp’t Galv< 



s:i266 F't. Erie 
83158 Ft. Erie 
83U20 I.atonia 
82}*71 I..atonia 
82748 Latonia 



5i f 1:071 fast 20 
55 f 1 :08 fast 10 
3-4 1:14| good 9 
5i f l:09i! hyy 11 



M^ZIE. b. f. 2. by Alloway— Ace of Hearts (D. T. Morris). 



8:t378 Ft. Erie 
MWSS I.Atonia 
82227 Latonia 
82102 I..atonia 
82002 IjAtonia 



G-8 l:08i hvy 6 

5- 8 1:00| fast 15 

6- 8 1;04| hvy 15 
a f 538 fast 10 
4J f 1:00 hvy 15 



tucky (J. S. Hawkins). Weight today 103. 

5‘ 4*2 Davenp’t Galvesea. Detroit. I’nlka. 

.3h 2* Davenp’t Bob R.. Gallant Pirate. Ilallack. 
4'J 4^ A Walsh Eva Tanguav. Banlves. Redeem. 

7i 6*3 E Martin Mv Gal. Sallan. Eva Tanguay. 

3=* 3“ E Martin Zephyr. Redeem. My Gal. 
r. Morris). Weight today 101. 



81846 Louisville 4i f 55i mud 25 102| 5 4 38 

ROUNDER, blk. c. 2. by Serpent— Reel (F. T. Wood). 



S:g. 59 Ft. Erie 
83224 Ft. Erie 
83158 Ft. Erie 
82316 Montreal 
82230 Toronto 
82009 Toronto 



.3-4 1 :14g fast 60 
5i f 1:08 fast 7.5 
51 f 1:071 fast 40 
4i f 55| fast 25 

5- 8 1:028 fast 50 

6- 8 1:031 hvy 20 



BEDMINSTER. ch. g. 2, by Cactus II.— Taglioni (J. H. Lamb). 



104 6 6 6 65 Brooks WesternLadv. OHv.Mlekle. Em. Lou 

105 1 2 2 3>» 4*3 Glasner RowFdOtls. MartineH.. G.M.Mlller 

103 7 6 6 6* 6’* M McGee Eye White. Starport. Redeem. 

106 8 8 8 7*1 M McGee C. A. Leiman. Cherryola. Gllpy. 

104 6 3 4*1 3»f M McGee Bob Co. Eye White. I.Aveno. 

1021 5 4 38 3*1 M McGee Chanticlor. Mettle Bereand. J.Page 

Eleel (F. T. Wood). Weight today 98. 

106 7 10 10 6* 6”U Brooks Gal. Pirate. AmandaliCe. Chief Ke.'. 

98 4 4 4 4* 4*1 Davenp’t ChlefKee. ClemBeachey. Oal. Pirate 

103 8 11 10 91 9* Musgr^ve Bob R.. Lotta Creed. GallantPlrate 

111 3 4 4* 3** J Howard Compton. Amyl. Wild Fire. 

100 1 8 8 8 8** E Haynes Wild Fire. Compton. Chilton Queen 

96 Left at the post. Deverich Setback. TheG.Bntterfly. Galresca. 



83443 Ft. Erie 



r.i f 1:09 good 30 



82M7 Gravesend 51 f 1 :06i fast 8 
82425 Gravesend 51 f 1:08| mud 10 
82357 Gravesend .6-8 1:02 good 20 
81996 Belmont 41 f 541 slop 20 



INFERNO QUEEN, ch. f. 2. by Star Shoot^Bomebody (J. 



4 4‘*iCaldwell 
4i> 4*1 Russell 
4* 4*1 Gamer 
4* 4* Ural 
31 5*1 A Lang 



Weight today 103. 
ShortOrder. BenK. Sleet. West. Lady 
Reybourn. Little King. Sandrian. 
Pretend. Zacatecas. Elizabethan. 

O. Hannah. Zacatecas. Elizabethan. 
Mexoana. Dalmatian. EvenlngSonc. 



8J82:t Hamilton 5-8 1.-028 slop 12 101 10 9 7 8* 8‘* Kennedy 

82223 Latonia 5-8 1;04| hvy 15 101 2 3 3* 5*1 Kaln 

821.50 I.atonia 1-2 50 mud 41 110 6 2 2* 1*1 E Martin 

82015 Latonia 41 f 58| hvy 6 98 4 5 6* 4«| K 

HALLACK. b. g. 2. by Ben Brush — Peterville (W. H. Fizer) 



Wainwright). 



Weight today 100. 



BobR., AutnmnGlrl. Gallant Pirate 
Sallan. Zephyr. Chanticlor. 



2 2* 1*1 E Martin Placide. Martine H.. Ethel W. 
6 6* 4*1 Kain Slewfoot. Jack Straw. Banlves. 



83ir.S Ft. Erie 54 f l:07f? fast 10 100 2 

82742 I^at*)Pla .5-8 l:00g fast 11 1051 1 

82102 Latonia 41 f 53| fast 31 108 3 

81719 I»uisville 41 f 54| fast 7-10 102 4 

81.590 I»ulsvllle 41 f 64| fast 9-5 115 4 



H. Fizer). Weight today 100. 

41 4*1 J McIntyreBob R.. Ix>tta Creed. GallantPlrate 
Ink 561 J King Solomon. Topland. Doquesne. 

5* 4*J Mountain C. A. Leiman. Cherrv<^a. Gilpv. 

^ 4*1 TapUn CollisOrmsby, Cherryola, Laveno. 
1*1 1* Kennedy Porez. Starport, John McClure. 



DOLLY MADDIS. ch. f. 2. by Etbelbert — Independence Di^ (J. C. Dixon). Weight today 96. 

83459 Ft. Erie 3-4 l:14g fast 100 991 4 I.ost rider. Rodgers Gal.Pirate. Amandsil^e. (^lief Kee. 

8.3223 Ft. Erie 5-8 l:01i fast 60 100 11 11 10 7| 7*»lHerbert Semples. Fairl^ulse. OllvlaMlekle. 

83091 Hamilton 5-8 1:01* fast 15 105 9 7 6 7* 7»*iHerbert I>adySybil. Fairl^iilse. WInterDay. 

8_'928 Hamilton 41 f 54J fast 30 108 6 7 7* 7** Mentry T.G. Butterfly. Fair Louise. Scruples 

82.558 Montreal 5-8 1:06 slow 8 103 6 6 6 6** 6** Herbert Pnlka. Detroit. Phoronls. 

82440 Montreal 41 f 548 fast 100 103 6 5 6 6**8Hamm’d Ameli^Jenks. AutumnGlrl. EttaMav 

FRONT ROW. br. f. 2. by Allowey — In Front (J. Adams). Weight today 95. 



3-4 l;14g fast 100 991 4 

5-8 l:01i fast 60 100 11 

5-8 1:018 fast 15 105 9 

41 f 548 fast 30 108 6 

5-8 1:06 slow 8 103 6 

41 f 548 fast 100 103 5 



FRONT ROW. hr. f. 2, by Allowey— In Front (J. Adams). 



.s:;4.i9 Ft. Erie 
82492 Montreal 
82370 Montreal 
S2297 Toronto 
82157 Toronto 



3-4 1:148 fast .30 
41 f 65 fast 25 
41 f 55| fast 12 
5-8 1:011 fast 40 
5-8 1:038 fast 15 



3 3 10 10‘*iJ Reid Gal.Pirate. AmandnliOe. Clilef Kee. 

6 5h 6* MusgFve Merman. Jack Dennerlen. Adonia. 

6 6* 3* Musgr’ve Oppar. Puritan Lad. A'donia. 

5 5 5 6**lDeverich Busy. PlyingSnnlrrel. Chilton Qneen 

6** 6*1 Musgr’ve Magdalen. ChiltonQueen. LadyEtnn 



DAISY GARTH, ch. f. 2. by Hawks wick— Tabitha (William Garth). 



Weight today 101. 

s:t09l Hamilton 5-8 1:018 fast 10 110 5 2 3 4* 4*5 G Burns LadySybil. FairI.iOulse. WlnterDav. 

82928 Hamilton 41 f 548 fast 8 108 7 2 31 6*«» Rettig T.G.Butterfly. Fair Louise. Scruples 

82318 Montreal 5-8 l:0lt fast 30 112 3 1 1 21 3»| Gilbert Dalhousie. Chief Kee, Sociable. 

81261 Pimlico 41 f 6^ fast 6 102 8 2 6* 10**1E Dugan TheMonk. Rosshampton. B. Chilton 

TWO DROP. b. c, 2. by Bannockburn — Lady Helene (D. J. Prince). Weight today 101. 

.S2445 Ft. Erie 5-8 1:028 good 25 112 6 6 6 8 * 8** Dreyer Mesmerlzer. J.L.assiug. Broadsword 

LOUIS REIL. ch. c. 2. by Giganteum — Rosa Regina (R. J. Mackenzie). Weight today 101. 

8321 2 Ft. Erie 5-8 1 :00g fast 20 108 8 7 8 7= 6>* J McIntyreSociahle. Paul Davis, lliekoryStiek 

ROBERT POWELL, ch. g. 2. by Gone Coon — Courtesy (J. McDonald). Weight today 105. 

First start. 

SEVENTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. (7(4415— 1:51%— 4— 105.) 



6* 10**1E Dugan TheMonk. Rosshampton. B. Chilton 
5 (D. J. Prince). Weight today 101. 

8* 8** Dreyer >resmerlzer. J.L.*issiug. Broadsword 



JOE ROSE. blk. c. 3. by Bannockburn — Ameliana (H._G. Bedwell). 



834S9 Empire 1 1-16 1 :49J fast 16-5 104 5 4 

83148 l.atonia lm70y 1;4.'>8 fast 1 113 3 2 



5 4'*5Taplin 
3* 3*J Taplin 



8.3088 Latonia 1 1-16 1:4.‘>8 fast 13-5 112 Left at the post. Taplin 



82994 I.Atonia 1 l :;t9J good 2 88 7 4 4 4 3* 21 E Martin Han 

828:« latonia 51 f 1:06 fast 25 99 1 3 2 2J 3*i Cobum Riot 

S1208 Houston 4J £ 56 fast 6 99 5 * Coburn Dr. 

INDOMITABLE, ch. f. 3. by Watercress— Victoria Cross (T. D. Sullivan). 
>o27X Sheopsh’d 1 12 2:3.38 fast 20 85 3 3 2 4 5* 5‘* Garner Bon. 

8.3208 Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1;46| fast 30 86 11 11 12 12 12 8**5B’schoten Supc 

8-2483 G’vesend Ab3-4 l:l’2f fast 7 124 2 2 2 4'i 7**JMr T Wr’t'nm 

81523 Pimlico 1 1:411 fast 16-5 100 3 1 1 1 1* 2n J Reid Hur 

81366 Pimlico 6-8 1:00| fa.st 20 110 6 8 9 6*J R’tmlre Tasl 



Weight today 98. 
’TheGanleher, 'Es<‘liau. Y.Daimliter. 
Proela. Colmo. Denver Girl. 

Dr. Barkley, Sniff. Greenbridge. 
Hans. Skyo. Warner Gfiswell. 
Richard Reed. Alho. Halket. 

Dr. .Mack, Horace H.. i»edro. 



Weight today 93. 
Kelso. Mellowmint. (ins Helm. 



8-2483 G’vesend Ab3-4 l:r2f fast 7 124 2 2 2 4'i 7**JMr T Wr’t'nm Pippin .MeIodc?on. Footpad. 

81o23 Pimlico 1 1:411 fast 16-5 100 3 1 1 1 1* 2n J Reid Hurlock. Silk Hose. Constellation. 

81366 Pimlico 6-8 1:00| fa.st 20 110 6 8 9 7»i 6*J R’tmlre Tasley, Mauviette. Merry Gift. 

MGHT GUARD, b. g. 8. by Hamburg — Endurance by Right (J. Garson). Weight today 111. 

83403 Empire 1 1-16 1:49 fast 100 96 5 6 4 4 6 6‘* A T.Ang Hans, Roekstone. Oriental Queen. 

83222 Sbeepsb’d 1 1-4 2:06g fast 60 100 6 6 6 6 6 6»* Paller Hammerless. HIIlTop. BoiinleKelso 



SECOND RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Special Weights. (7000.3 — 1:00%— 2 — 102.) 



MAY FLORENCE, b. f. 2. by Hamburg- Fiesole (H. P. Whitney) 

834.J3 Empire r>4 f l:07i fast 8 99 1 2 2 3'J 3‘i Glass 



83260 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:011 fast 6 105 2 3 3 3‘~ .3*5 Glass 

83101 Sbeepsbead 5-8 l:0l| fast 3 107 4 6 6 5nk 7*i E Dugai 

82568 Gravesend 6-8 l:0l| fast 6 107 2 3 3 3* 3*5 E Dugai 

82479 Gravesend 5| f 1:081 fast 7-10 105 1 1 1 2J 2‘i E Dugai 

LEVENGSTON, b. c, 2. by Migraine — Clasher (W. S. House). 

83402 Empire 5i f 1:08 fast 6 108 n 1 1 !»• 2'| Butwell 

83209 Sbeepsbead 3-4 1:14 fast 8 112 7 6 5 5* 6«i Butwell 

83101 Sbeepsbead 6-8 l:01i fast 10 110 2 4 4 3“ 3* Butwell 

82834 Sbeepsbead 6-8 1:00| fast 15 118 1 10 9 9* 9* * Butwell 

81030 S. Anita 4| f 5^ fast 20 110 7 6 5* 4*i Rettig 



. P. Whitney). Weight today 105. 

3'J 3‘i Glass Fight. Bob, Fol.Levy. C;ip.Swan.M>n. 

3* .3*5 Glass Crossover, MadellneL.. Top Notch. 
5“k 7*i E Dugan Chickasaw. Ed. Dugan, Levengston. 
3* 3*5 E Dugan Lneetta. iKHiiinlea. Dixie Dixon. 

25 2‘i E Dugan Crossover. Hilda’s Sister, (’<»onskin. 



CAPTAIN SWANSON, br. c. 2. by Solitaire II.— Sacharisa (J. L. McGinnis). 



Weight today 108. 
RadiiimStar. Ik>iiAiitoiii<», Hilieruiea 
Uneas (^lef. Rdilie Dugan. Everett 
f,*hlekasaw. EkldicDiigan. Gnl. Slave 
Scarpia, Colinet, Uncas Chief. 
Polls. Medallion. Mike Molett. 



5J f 1:071 fast 60 102 5 6 6 5' 4* Ural FightingBob. Fol.I^*vy. 'M.’Florenee.' 

83402 Empire 5| f 1:08 fast 30 108 7 6 6 6* 6* Cullen RadiumStar. Levengston, i)..\iitonio 

PROJECTILE, b. f. 2. by Meddler — Gunfire (Montpelier Stable). Weight today 105. 

82441 Empire f 1:08| fast 3 110 7 7 6 5J 3'* Creevy Foursome. Pocket, Soua. 

Orayesend 6-8 1:01| fast 5 107 7 7 7 7 7'* Creevy Lneetta. Dominica. May Florence. 

81857 Belmont 1-2 49 fast 12 107 9 9 9 8* Creevy. Dalmatian. Glopper. Hndu’s Slate.-. 

TOP NOTCH, ch. f, 2, by Islington — Price (J. G. Oxnard). Weight today 105. 

83^9 Empire 5| f 1:08 fast 12 105 4 5 5 5* 5‘* Upton Responsfnl. Ev.Song. I.oveWatehes. 

83321 Sbeepsbead 5ifl:07|fast 30 99 1 5 5 5 .5® | Upton Lit. King. Glennadeune. St.Dunstan. 

83200 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:01J fast 15 110 4 5 5 4* 4*5 V Powers Crossover. MndelineL.. M. Florenee. 

83101 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:01| fast 30 107 13 12 11 12 12'* Upton (Uiieknsaw. Ed. Dugan I.ieveiigston. 

S3019 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:021 fast 25 110 8 9 9 9* 8«i Upton . Cellaret. Pocket. (Uionskin. 

lOKEBY, ch. c. 2. by Intrusive— Irish Lady (Henderson Sc Hogan). Weight todav 108. 

82819 Latonia 6-8 1:04 slow 11 106 .3 2 7 9* 9=«iGlasner FrostyT^neastor. J.Stravv. L.Lauler 

82363 Latonia 5-8 l;01g fast 5 109 5 3 3 3J 6- J V Powers Gilpy. Ben K. Sleet. lirevlte. 

82236 Latonia 4J f 58| hvy 3 113 4 3 2'J 3* V Powers Canihronne. Glipian. Placide. 

81317 Louisville 1-2 49|r fast 25 118 7 7 7 7*| Herbert Dnqnesne. Kiddv Lee. Short Order. 

81163 Lexington 1-2 481 fast 200 100 9 8 8“ 8** Herbert Eva Tanguay. Laveno, joe .Morris. 

^CEBROOK, b.^ g. 2. by Racine — Miss Wandelohr (W. 8. Diffenderf er) . Weight today 105. 



f 1:071 fast 60 
5i f 1:08 fast 30 



5' 4* Ural 
6* 6* Cullen 



Weight today 108. 



PROJECTILE, b. f. 2. by Meddler — Gunfire (Montpelier Stable). 



83441 Empire f 1:08| fast 3 110 7 7 6 '5J 3'* Creevy 

82568 Gravesend 6-8 1:01| fast 6 107 7 7 7 7 7'* Creevy 

81857 Belmont 1-2 49 fast 12 107 9 9 9 8* Creevy. 

TOP NOTCH, ch. f, 2. by Islington— Price (J. G. Oxnard). 

83449 Empire 51 f 1:08 fast 12 105 4 5 5 5“ 5*» Upton 

83321 Sbeepsbead 5J f 1:071 fast 30 99 1 5 6 5 .5«5 Upton 

83260 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1 :01J fast 15 110 4 5 5 4* 4*5 V Powers 

8.3101 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:01| fast 30 107 13 12 11 12 12'* Upton 

S3019 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:02| fast 25 110 8 9 9 9* 8«i Upton 

10KEBY. ch. c, 2. by Intrusive— Irish Lady (Henderson & Hogan). 
82819 Latonia 6-8 1:04 slow 11 106 .3 2 7 9* 9=«iGlasner 



5J 3'* Creevy 
7 7'* Creevy 

9 8* Creevy. 



h:? 402 Empire 51 f 1:08 fast 12 
83101 Sbeepsbead 5-8 1:0U fast 15 
82834 Sheepshead 5-8 l:00j fast 30 
82698 Gravesend 5§ f 1:09 fast 8 
S1190 PimUco 1-2 49J fast 5 

S1152 Pimlico 1-2 49 fast 40 



' Taplin 
C Grand 



R.*idiumStar, Levengst(»n. D. Antonio 
Chickasaw. Ed. Dugan. Levengston. 



11 10 10 10** J Butler Scarpia. Colinet. Uncas Chief, 

4 5 6* 7»«JGarner Sandrian. Coonskin. Responsfnl. 

1 1* 2* E Dugran Busy. Fauntleroy. Zacatecas. 

10 10* 10** H’cliffe Autumn Girl. .Mexoana. Gerando. 



S1152 Pimlico 1-2 49 fast 40 96 11 10 10* 10** H’cliffe Autumn Girl. .Mexoana. Gerando. 

M. CAMBON. ch. c, 2. by Bridgewater — ^High Degree (J. Loughlixt). Weight today 108. 

S298S Sheepshead 5| f 1 :06J fast 30 115 5 6 6 6* 6** R McDaii’l Democrat. TTnca.sCliicf. St. Diinstan 

82834 Sheepshead 5-8 l:00j fast 50 118 13 13 12 12 12**1C Graijd Scan>Ia. Colinet, Uncas Chief. 

82560 Grave send 5J f 1:09 fast 30 11112 13 12 12 12 H Smith Jacquclina. EddlcDugan, IMx. Dixon 

MATOHFIELD. b. g. 2. by Matchless — ^Bardella (E. Morrell). Weight today 105. 

83492 Empire 5J f 1:08 fast 60 101 5 6 6 6 6'*JJ Bergen Donau, Rcyl>oiirn. (Miarliellargrav* 

SHAMROCK, b. f. 2. by Irish Lad— Lad Sister Mary (H. W. Warner). Weight today 105. 

83441 Empire 5J f l:08f fast 20 110 3 5 7 7 7-’*iMcCahey Foairsomc. Po<*ket. Projectile. 

S^ NEDDAM. ch. c. 2. by Star_Shoob--Silver Bl8ae (J._T. Ireland). _ Weight today 108. 



83402 Empire 5J f 1:08 fast 20 

ETCHING, b. c. 2. by Wa1 
83449 Empire 5J £ 1:08 fa 

S1427 Pimlico 4| f 56 fa 

81190 Pimlico 1-2 49J fa 

INDOT. b. c, 2. by Introsivi 



5J f 1:08 fast 20 108 8 8 8 8 7‘* D Austin RadiumStar, Levengsiou, D.Antnnio 

c. 2. by Watercolor — Palfrey (F. J. Waters). Weight today 108. 

5J £ 1:08 fast 40 103 6 6 6 6 6'*JLeach Responsfnl. Ev.Song. LiveWatehes.' 

4i f 56 fast 50 102 10 10 10* 10*«|S Davis Reybourn, Compton. Busy. 

1-2 49i fast 30 102 1 4 8^ 8‘*iCrowley Busy, Racebrook. Fauntleroy. 



Watert). Weight today 108. 

6 b'*JLeach Responsfnl. Ev.Song. LiveWatebes. 

[0* 10**|S Davis Reybourn, Compton. Busy. 

8i 8‘*|Crowley Busy. Racebrook. Fauntleroy. 

INDOT. b. c, 2. by Intrusive— Dot 6. (J. W. Johnson). - Weight todav 108 

83101 Sheepshead 5-S 1:0U fa.st 100 110 8 10 12 11 11** A Lee ndekasaw. F.d.Dngaii. I^veiigstoa* 

825^ Gravesend 5J f 1:08M fast 60 10.3 5 5 5 5 5**JValentine Hilda’s Sister, E, Song. Kespoiisfur 

81748 Belmont 6-8 58* fast 20 110 6 5 5 5* 6** H Smith Sweep. Bean Nasi'. Firebox 

81616 Belmont 1-2 471 fast 20 102 6 6 7 7** Upton Elfin Beau. Medallion. Zacatecas. 

GRECIAN BEND. b. f, 2. by Bines — Constitution (Miss H. Tault). Weight today 105 

83083 Sheepshead 5-8 1 ;001 fast 100 109 6 6 7 7* 7**iD McC’thy Niagara. Acumen. Don Antonio. 

82568 Gravesend 6-8 1:011 fast 50 107 6 4 6 6“ 6** A Lang Lneetta. Dominica. May Florence. 

S2362 Gravesend 5J £ 1:08 good 60 105 9 7 8 8* 8**iA Lang Firebo.x. Jacquelina. Eiidie Dugan. 



GILES, blk. g. 4. by Fatherless— Niola (A. D. Parr). 



8:1500 Ft. Erie 1 3-16 l:.58j( fast 3 107 1 4 1 1 3* 3' J Musgr’ve Zipango. R. 

83447 Ft. Erie lm70y l:44i good 4 102 5 7 7 5 3*» 3*1 -J Reid Woolwinder 

83228 Ft. Erie 1 1-8 1:521 fast 13-5 109 2 5 4 4 4 3*i C Rosa Il4X>ray, Re 

830r»l Hamilton 11:40 fast 6 109 3 4 3 3 IS l«m C Ross Top. Robin: 

82982 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:451 fast 4| 101 7 4 3 6 5*> 6* C Ross I>adri:)sther 

82842 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:481 slow 4 103 1 4 4 6 4* 4*| Goldstein Thomas Cal 

SOLON SH^GLE. b. g. 8. by Dutch Roller— Mabel D. (Mrs. A. B. Stanabury). 



Weight today 107. 



3* 2*S Musgr’ve Zipango. Reldmoore. ’Flie Piht. 

3*» 3*i-J Reid Woolwinder. Cerenionlus, T.Calhonn 

4 3*i C Rosa Il4X>ray, Reldmoore. Dredger. 

IS 1““ C Ross Top. Robinson. Geinmell. Bob.Kean 

56 6* C Ross I^adyEsther, K.ofMist. How. Sbean 

4* 4*1 Goldstein Thomas (hdhoun. Oeel. Ida May 



THIRD RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (70580 — 1:11% — .‘1 — 100.) 



83498 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:44? fast 10 
S‘^1’270 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:43| fast 60 
83114 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:461 slow 30 
82930 Hamilton 1 1:391 fast 30 
81899 Jamest’n 1 1-16 1:51| good 12 
81765 Jamestown 1 1:41| fast 10 



110 9 9 9 
98 11 10 6 

111 8 7 7 
107 2 7 6 
109 6 6 6 
107 4 6 6 



6S 6*2 Leibert 
5*» 5* Paul 
7‘S 8*‘S Mitchell 
7* 8»“SMlt<;hell 
6 6*“ Mitchell 

2* 3* McCabe 



RED HUSSAR, ch. c. 4. by Previona-^arto (G. W. J. BIimU). 



8:;44S Ft. Erie 1 3-8 2:22? good 2S 

83284 Ft. Erie 1 1-4 2:06 fast 80 

83215 Ft. Erie 1 3-16 2:00| fast 40 

83044 Latonia lm70y 1:43| fast 60 

S2993 Latonia 1 1:41 good 40 



OILVEDEAR. cb. o. 4. by Giganteum — Sea Puss (A. D. Steele). 



102 6 4 3 1 1= I'S J Reid Doubt. Autumn King. Maled 

102 4 7 6 6 4* 3*S Davenp’t Reldmoore. Woolwinder. Con 

101 6 4 4 3 3* 3*S Davenp’t Ar.SwIft, CeremonliiB. Maled 

100 10 8 10 6 6* 6*2 D Austin Heine. Orlandot. Reside. 

102 13 13 13 13 13 13**|M McGee Sniff. Denver Girl. Quagga. 



Stanabury). Weight tod,ay 108. 

.bdin Carroll. Steel. Orlandot. 
.TohnCarrtdl. MarvTalbott. Gemmcll 
Reldmoore, GreenDale. How.Shean. 
.Maznma. John Carroll. Steel. 
Montrose. MlssMarJorie. J.Saufley. 
L.Cavanagh. J.Saufley. K.ofBaahan 
Weight today 105. 
Doubt. Autumn King. Malediction. 
Reldmoore. Woolwinder. Console. 
Ar.SwIft. CeremonliiB. Malediction 



83498 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:44? fast 30 109 :: 8 8 9 9 9*»JGilbert 

83410 Ft. Erie 1 3-16 2:05? hvy 15 110 4 6 6 5 5*® 4*J T Steele 

83280 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:43| fast 40 110 9 8 8 8 7“ 7*5 Kennedy 

83151 Latonia 1 1-16 1:4811 good 3| 106 4 2 1 1 l*i 1* M McGee 

83024 Latonia 1 1-16 1:46? fast 10 107 6 6 5 4 3* 3*2 T Steele 

BELLE SCOTT, ch. m. 6. by Contestor- Houaegirl (M. C. Pritchard). 
8;i4‘J8 Ft. Brie lm70y 1 :44? fa.st 10 105 8 4 2 4 5J 5«i J Howard 

8.3163 Ft. Erie 1 1-8 1:53 fast 2J 106 6 4 3 4 3“ 3*2 Davenp’t 

83001 Hamiiton 1 1:40 fast 4 110 10 8 5 3 l»k 2«»k Davenp’t 

82929 Hamilton 1 1:40? fast 12 104 11 9 7 5 1* 1“ Davenp’t 

82828 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:49? slop 15 103 6 2 2 3 4* 4*| Davenp’t 

MALEDICTION, ch. g. 7. by Sir Dixon— Malada (D. B. Jones). 



8:i44X Ft. Erie 1 3-8 2:22? good 12 

83383 Ft. Erie 1 1-4 2:17? hvy 4 

82271 Ft. Erie lm70y 1:44? fast .50 
8321.5 Ft. Erie 1 3-16 2:00? fast 20 
83157 Ft. Erie 1 1-8 1:52? fast 40 



105 3 3 4 
99 1 7 7 



L. D. Steele). Weight today 110. 

9 9**JGilbert .Tohn Carroll, Steel. Orlandot. 

510 48 J T Steele Console. Steel. Lanigan. 

7“ 7*j Kennedy T. Robinson, AnneMcGee, Hooray. 
l*i 1* M McGee Tackle. Mamie Algol. E. T. Shipp. 
3* 3*5 T Steele MamleAlgol. Lll.Tnrner. Reb.Qneen 

M. C. Pritchard). Weight today 106. 

5? 5*2 J Howard .Tolm Carroll, Steel. Orluinkd. 

3“ 3*2 Davenp’t CxMisole. Cruche d’Or. Dredger. 

Ink Davenp’t Crncbe d’Or. Aralia. Many Colors 
1* 1“ Davenp’t Criicbe«rOr. PaiilRulnurt.GreenDale 
4* 4*1 Davenp’t (JountyClerk. Woolwinder. S.Prlnce 
D. B. Jones). Weight today 108. 

4* 4*2 Dreyer R«il Hussar. Doubt. Autumn King. 



2“k E Haynes Roseboro. A. King. Queen’ sMessage. 



t 11 11 11 11 11* 9‘*JE Haynes GreenDale. King of Mist, Adoration 



83157 Ft. Erie 1 1-8 1:52? fast 40 110 9 8 8 

HARRY RICHE80N. ch. g. 6. by Belvidere— ^ 

8;i461 Ft. Erie ;{-4 1 :13? fast 100 107 11 9 

82783 IJufTn Pkl 1-16 1:53? fast — 102 

82719 Diilfn Park 1 1:48? mud 6 112 



20 99 1 2 3 4 4‘* 4*2 E Haynes Ar.SwIft. Orenionlus, Red Hussar 

40 110 9 8 8 8 8** 7'*JJ McIntyre Woolwinder. Grania. Zipango. 

by Belvidere— Villa V. (G. F. Calmbach). Weight today 103. 

100 107 11 9 9 8* 7** T Steele iMozart, Montclair. .Vila .Mi'Donald. 

— 102 2 Austin Big Hand. Laura A., Spunky. 

6 112 6'*JAustin Teeta H., Auspicious, Polar Star. 



New York Entries and Past Performances for Tnesday, July 20 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 

(Empire City.) 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time. 1.30.) 

X Runs well in mud. 0Superl<H- mud runner. 

First Race — 1 1-16 Miles. 

.3-year-olds. Sidling. 

(Track rei-urd: 2UH.*{— 1 .5— 114.) 

Ind. Horsi‘. Wt. Rec. A. Wt. Hdep. 

(.S.’k'.31) Ronnie Kelso 98 1:47? 103 72.5 

.s.348J»* FJsHiau 103.... 72^) 

K.34.’tS t'oiintv Fair 100. ...715 

.s.’HStl* YankiH* Daughter.. 90 1:50? 102 710 

.s:«.S!» .Toe Ro»«‘ 98.. X 705 

.S.327S IiMloiuituble 93.... 705 

s::44l.3 Right Guard Ill 700 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Hilcp. 


.s:i451 


Ruble 




3.. 95. 


. X710 


s:i4.5l 


Lilypad 


. . .107 1:17 


3.. 9.5. 


. X70.5 


s:k’{77 


Spooner 


. . ..113 1:12? 


4. .BHi. 


.X700 


Kt403 


Right Guard . . . 




3. .103. 


. . .70<) 




.MeVitie 




96. 






Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 








Fleetwing Haiwli 


leap. Value $1..500. 






3-.vear-olds 


and upward 








('Track record: 7 


0580—1:11?— 


3—109.) 




S2217 


JACK ATKIN . 


.. .140 1:11? 


.5. .l.’IO. 


.X7.50 


.SI. 547 


Half Sovereign 


...KKl 1:12? 


4,. .112. 


. X740 




* Besom 


. ..108 1:12? 


4. .108. 


.X7.’f.5 



Second Race — 5-8 Mile. 
2-year-oklH. Maiilens. Special Weights, 
( lYack record : 7000.'t — 1 :00ft — 2 — 102. ) 

3* .May Floi-em-e 107 1:02? 105. 

i- Levengston 108. 

i ('aptain Swanson. . lOS. 

1* Projectile 105. 

» 'roi» Notch 105. 

» R<»keb.v 108. 

i Kaceliro<*k 105. 

K M. I'amlMin lOS. 

* .MatHitleld 105. 

1 ShaniriN'k 105. 

2 Sir Xeddam • lOS. 

> Etching 108. 

1 liidot lOS. 

tlrecian Reml 105. 

Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds ami upward. Selling. 
(Traek record: 70.580— 1 :11?~,’;-100.) 



8;i490* Rialto 

(8.’i450) Nimbus 

S;M!)0* Colloquy 

8,’149l Aromlack 

82810 Hat Masterson 
8:i41N) Paiitoufle 



..108 1:11? 4. 

..10!» 1:11? 4. 

..108 1:11? 5. 

..10:t 1:12? 3. 

..108 1:12? 5. 

..108 1:13 6. 



111.. X735 
122 7:i5 



Fifth Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-year-olds. Selling. 



4-year-ohls and upwanl. 
('Track reiord: 7<UHO — 1:.' 



83451 2 


Os<»riiie 


. ..lOti 


1:13? 


3. 


. 90. 


. X72.5 




'Billy Bo»k*mer . 


. . . KW 


1:13 


3. 


. 97. 


. X720 


.8.-M:ts-’ 


Bla< k .Mary . . . . 


... 92 


1:13 


4. 


.106. 


. X715 


.s:h:!s 


Ailrlmdie 


. . . lt*5 


1:12? 


4. 


.106. 


.X71.5 


.8.’Ho7* 


.Sorrowful 


. . .10.5 


1:13? 


:l 


. 90. 


. X7L5 


76S74 


(5uiiedh*mie 


. . . 107 


1:13 


6. 


.100. 


. X7L5 


SI 40*5 


'Tony Faust . . . 


. . .112 


1:12? 


5. 


.112. 


. X710 


8;n:{8 


'Trois 'Temp ... 


. . .112 


1:12? 


3. 


.100. 


. X710 


S.H.’M 


Couiit.v Fair 






3. 


. 97. 


...710 



(83442) 


Belleview 


112 1:52? 


6. 


.100. 


X725 


(8.3144) 


Beauclere 


107 l:.53 


Ti . 


. 97. 


©720 


8.’i493» 


Rex-kstone 


nr* l:5;i? 


41 


. 92. 


. .715 


S;{493* 


SuiMTstition 




4. 


.107. 


. .715 


.82987 


Golisuula 


108 l: -55 


4. 


.lt*5. 


. .705 


8.340:; 


-Alb«*rt .steir 


103 1:52? 


4. 


.106. 


X710 


.s.’r4:w 


Esi'Utcheou 




7. 


. 97. 


X70.5 


8.34.54 


Oriental Queen . . 




4. 


. 95. 


X705 


S.34.52 


King of Baslian... 




5. 


. 97. 


X700 


The 1 


figu^ under “Rec. 


” in aliove 


entries 


show 



the ibest time made by the horse at tlie illstance. 
with weight curried, since January 1. 1908. 'This 
time is not necessarily iiiade by a winner. It may 
be the estimated time of a losing iHTformame, 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 



FIRST RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds. Selling. (21043— 1 :45%-^5— 114.) 



Index Course DistTimeT’ekOdds Wt St % % % StrFln Jockeys 
BONNIE KELSO, b. g. 3. by Waterboy— Thuanella (G. M. Odom). 
s:{r*;n Empire 1 I-I6 1:49 slow 6-5 K»1 6 4 2 2 2' !•» Upton 

82400 Empire 1 1-16 1 :47? fast 4-5 102 1 6 5 2 1* 1* Upton 

S3278 Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:33? fast 4-5 97 1 1 3 1 1? 1* Upton 

83222 Sheep.«h’d 1 1-4 2:06? fast 4 97 3 3 2 2 2»» 3“ Upton 

E6CHAU, ch. c. 3. by Ornament — Gurgle (S. F. Hyman). 

Empire 1 1-16 1 :49? fa.st 12-5 103 3 3 4 4 .3* 2«» McCahey 

s:m:.4 Empire 1 1:41? fast 7 94 1 2 1 1 1» I'J McCahey 

83400 Empire 1 1-16 1 :47? fast 20 105 5 5 4 4 3? 2* McCahey 

83323 .Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:07 fast 15 93 2 2 3 4 4 3*? McCahey 

83264 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:00? fast 30 94 3 2 2 2 2| 3“ McCahey 

82987 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:00 fast 25 96 4 7 3 4 7* 10*«|McCahey 



StrFln Jockeys Best Company 

(G. M. Odom). Weight today 103. 

2' !•» Upton St .Jospeh, S. Night, KeepMoving. 
1* 1* Upton Eschan. Netherni<*st. Rlghteasy. 

1? 1* Upton Mellowmint. GtisHelm. W.Lackaye. 
2*» 3’ Upton Hatiimerless Hill Top. W.I.<ackaye. 
yman). Weight today 103. 

3* 2*» McCahey 'ThcGardener. Yan.Daugliter..I(M*RoM- 
1' I'J McCahey Rye. Hans. Gild. 

3? 2* McCahey Bon. Kelso. Nethermost, Rlghteasy. 



94 3 2 2 
96 4 7 3 



4 3*? McCahey 

2| 3“ McCahey 
7* 10*«|McCahey 



Superstition. .Vf.Catesby. R. Grande. 
Arasee, Miss Cuteshy, Monocle. 
Hauiiuerless. Bon. Kelso. R.Grande 



S:t489 Empire 1 1 16 1 ;49? fa.st 2 91» 4 5 3 

83401 Empire 1 1-8 1 :.52? fa.st 15 87 7 6 4 

8;:264 sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:00? fast 5 98 5 4 4 

83205 ,Sheer>Bh’d 1 1-8 1:51? fast 4 92 4 4 4 

83100 Sheeps’ d 1 1-16 1:48? fast 7 .89 5 5 5 

I(jub2 stmepsh’d 1 l-Z 12:33 faat 7 89 6 9 9 



2* 3'| Glass 
4»> 4"'lllral 
5 5‘* Garner 

2«» 2A Glass 
4' 2? Glass 

9* 7*® Garner 



'The tkirdeiier, Kseliail. .I«m* Rose. 
.\ra.see. Hill 'Toi». Cymbal. 

Arasee. Miss Catesby. F.sehnn. 
Fashion date. Riixloii. Verbatim. 
Fmrtpad. .Miss Cat.*st*y. St. .Ios4‘pli. 
beauclore. Bounlo Kelau. Gun Uolui 



OSORINE, br. f, 3. by Omary — Signorina (W. Walker). 



83451 Empire 
S.3279 Ft. Erie 
83160 Ft. Erie 
S3094 Hamilton 
S2995 Hamilton 
S2767 Hamiiton 



3^ l:i:; fa.st 7 101 4 

3-4 1:13? fast 12 98 2 

3-4 1:12? fast 8-5 100 4 

5* f 1:06? fast 4 100 4 

3-4 1:13? fast 8 99 5 

5? f 1:08 good 3 102 1 



BILLY BODEMER. br. g, 8. by Sorcerer— Emma Louiae (W. Gerat). 

S3‘438 Empire 3-4 1:13? fast 7 99 6 3 3 4? 4*1 A Walsh 

82991 Latonia 5? f 1:07? good 8-5 113 2 2 1 DJ 1* J Lee 

82821 Latonia 5? f 1:09 slow 11-10 106 7 1 2 4= 4*| J Lee i 

827^ Latonia 6? f 1:06? fast 4 101 2 2 2 li» 1| Kennedy 

t2879 Latonia 2-4 1 :17? mud 7 102 8 2 2 1* 2* Kennedy 

BLACK MARYt blk. f, 4. by Star Shoot— Maribel (Mr. Currie). * 
83438 Empire 3-4 1:13? fast 5 107 2 4 2 2'? 2* Scoville 

83262 Sheep.shead 6? f 1:20 fast 8 110 6 4 5 5* 5^? Butwell 

S3014 Sheepshead 6? f 1:20 fast $0 108 9 13 13 12 10»« Nullet 

82810 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10? fast 60 102 10 9 9 9* 9“? NuJlet 

S1721 Louisville 7-8 1:25? fast 20 95 7 Pulled up, Hannan 

ADRIUCHE. br. f. 4, by Isidor— Aransa II. (J. McManna). 

83438 Empire 3-4 1:13? fast 12-5 107 7 5 5 5' 5*3 E Dugan 

S3217 Sheepshead 7-8 1:28 fast 5 108 8 2 2 1 1«» 23 McCahey 

83014 Sheep.shead 6? f 1:20 fast 4 98 12 4 6 6>» 4*| Russell 

81918 Belmont 1 1:39? fast 5 99 6 6 6 6 3* 2* Russell 

81753 Belmont 3-4 l.Tl fast 3 111 7 6 8 6* 6*| Langan 



„ • . Weight today 90. 

3* 2h Page Richard Reed. Belleek. Ruble. 

1‘. Hyperion II.. Apache. Tom llpllaml 

4- 3“J Whiting Arionette. AnneMcGee. MoxicauGlrl 
5! Osage. Golly Ding, St.Jeanne 

1* 2*? Whiting Sal Volatile, Mozart. Patriot.' 
ink II Whiting Smoker. Sir Edward. Paul Rulnart. 
• (W. Gerat). Weight today 97. 

4*? A Walsh Fireball, BlackMarv. .M.tYIttemieii 
1* J Lee Ray H., Voting. Ball Hazard. 

4*1 J Lee Orlamlot. Turley. Snake Mary. 

II Kennedy BtheMa. Colmo. Sorrel Top. 

2* Kennedy Boserriau. Wnoilliinds CbHlic«> 
hirrie), • . V/eight to.day lOG. 

2* Scoville Fireball. M.CrIttenden. B.Boilemer. 

Butwell Casque. Geo. W.Leholt. Seiitenfious 
,0*® Nullet Wnponoca, G, W.Leholt. Sev.Beuflor 
9“? NuJlet JnllaPowel. Sir J. Johnson. Casque 
Hannan King’sDanghter. Moqiiette. Enfield. 
ia)« W«ijbt today 106. 

5*3 E Dugan Fireball. Black Man\ .M.Criftemlen. 
2| McCahey Ida D.. Imitator. Twilight Queen. 
4*1 Russell Waponoca. G.\V.I.,el)olt. Se.v.Beutler 
2* Russell Affliction. Pantoufie. IIIU Top. 

6*i Langan May River, Racquet. 'Taboo. 



1“ 2% McCahe 
5b 4*1 Russell 
3* 2* Russell 
6* 5*i Langan 



^;^5,®0WFUL. b. f. 3. bv Bannj^kbura— Trausr (Henderson A Hogan). Weight today 90. 

I-atonia 1 1:40? fast 6 103 3 5 3 3 2'J 2'l R WilTnis Rlghteasy. Rosebiirg II.. Plume. 

Im70y 1:47 hvy 1 82 1 2 1 1 1* 2* R WilTms Grenade, Pink Wings. Boema. 

o i 7-10 104 6 1 1 1 1* 2? R WilTms Procla. St. Aulaire. Elyslnm. 

S2570 latonia 3-4 1:12? fast 30 94 2 6 6 6J 6*J R WilTms Ada Meade. Rlghteasy. Hyperlonll. 

Plaudit— Maxine Elliott (Kelso Stable). Weight today 106. 

Sheepsh d 7-8 1:271 fast 8 115 11 8 8 12 12 12 R McDan’lBlack Marr. Miss Alert Gild 

Empire 3-4 1:12| fast 6 113 1 3 3 6b 7**?R McDan’Ilda D.. Boema. Belle Stronie?' 

r^bEmp re 1 1-16 1:« fast 107 4 2 2 2 31 4* R McDan’ IGoIden Shore. Roekstone. Lnlly. 

16553 Empire 1 1-16 1:48? fast 9-10 104 8 1 1 1 1* lb E Dugan Roekstone. Coat of Arms. 'Tipping. 



TONY FAUST, br. h. 6. by Sain— St. Rose (H. G. Bedwell). 

81405 Ch. Downs 7-8 1 :25? fa.st 4 114 1 2 2 4' 5'® 'Taplin 



108. 


. .720 




(Traek re<*ord: 21644—1:0(^^2— 


103.) 




108. 


. .715 


s:h.92* 


Charlie Hargrave.. 


108. 


. .725 


105. 


. .71.5 


(8.3.324) 


Everett 


112. 


. .72t» 


105. 


. .715 


8.*H.S8 


Calash 103 1:07? 


101*. 


X715 


U»S. 


X710 


8,345:;* 


IV)llie Levy 


113. 


. .715 


105. 


. ,710 


8.3488 


'l>ras 


108. 


X710 


lOS. 


. .705 


8.3374 


Colinet 


112. 


. .70.5 


105 . 


. . 70.5 


82.5<a> 


Hemlerson 


104. 


. . .705 


105. 

1 Aw 


..705 




Sixth Race— 1 1-8 Miles. , 







COUNTY FAIR. ch. g. 3. by Hamburg— Mineola (Miss A. M. Marrone). Weight today 100 

s;:i3s Empire 3 4 1;13? fa.st 8 M4 9 6 6 6' 6“ J Bergen Fireball. Bl. Mary. Mis.st.'rittenden 

S3204 Sheepshead CA f 1 :19 fast 30 106 5 4 5 6* 6*? J Bergen TlmPIppIn. SirJ. Johnson. Etherial. 

82915 Sheep.sh’d 1 1-4 2:05 fa.st 100 123 2 2 4 4 4 4*®JJ Bergen Hilarious. Fayette, Joe .Madden. 

K2696 G’vesend 1 1-2 2:37? fast 40 111 1 1 1 1 3 3*® Butwell Joe Madden. Fayette. 

YANKEE DAUGHTER, b. f. 3. by Mazagan — Sallie of Navarre (T. D. Sullivan). Weight today 102. 



81074 Oakland 
SlOOl Oakland 
80868 Oakland 



3-4 1:13? fast 15 116 6 

F C 1:11? fast 4 109 2 

3-4 1:13? fast 7-5 116 7 



Weight today 112. 
Cymbal, Sir Clege.s. l.^idy Esther. 



IROIS TEMP. b. c. 3. by Bute— Court Dance (T. D. BuUiyaa). 

S343S Empire 3-4 1:1.3? fast 8 101 5 7 7 7A 7''5 Page 



S343S Empire 3-4 1:1.3? fast 8 
83141 Sheepshead 6J f 1:19? fast 5 
83014 Sheepshead 6? f 1:20 fast 30 
80906 Oakland F C 1:10? fast 10 
80578 Oakland 3*4 1:14? good 6 



5* 5*J W McIn’reMeellck. Gypsy King. Gemmell. 

2* 3“ W McIn’reBlagg. Sewell. Fordello, 

4? 2? G Burns JobnH.Sbeeban. GreenGooils. Oesa. 
p. BuUiyaa). Weight today 100. 

<A 7''3 Page Fireball, BlackMarj. M.CrIttenden. 

9* 9*“SC Grand Jolly. Sey. Beutler, Nattie Bumpi>o. 
9* 12** C Grand Waponoca. G.W.I/ebolt. Sey. Beutler 

8 7*‘JScoville Madman. Prince Gal. Altamor. 

9 9**JW McIn’reToU Box. Hazlet. Altamor. 



'JW McIn’reToU Box. Hazlet. Altamor. 



S3438 Empire .3-4 1:13? fast 8 104 9 6 6 6* 6“ J Bergt 

83204 Sheepshead 6? f 1:19 fast 30 106 5 4 5 6* 6«? J Berg€ 

S2915 Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:05 fast 100 123 2 2 4 4 4 4*«iJ Bergt 

S2696 G’vesend 1 1-2 2:37? fast 40 111 1 1 1 1 3 3‘® Butwell 

RUBLE, ch. c. 3, by Ben Strome — Rupee (P. 8. F. Randolnh). 
S34.‘)l Empire 3-4 1:13 fast 4 105 3 1 1 2b 4“i E DugtJ 

82799 Brookline 1 1:47? fast 128 8 J Byer 

82792 Brookline 3-4 1 :18? fast — 123 3* J Byer 

82483 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:12? fast 31 134 7 7 7 7 6*‘?Mr N '1 



iss A. at. Jiarrone). Weight today 97. 

6' 6“ J Bergen Fireball. BI. Mar.v. M!s.-« Crittenden. 
6* 6®3 J Bergen Tim Pippin. Sir.T.Jolin.soii. Etherial. 

4 4*®?J Bergen Hilarious. Fa.vette. Jot* .Madden. 

3 3‘* Butwell J(H‘ ^fuddell. Fayette. 



Randolnh). Weight today 95. 

«-.7uu t 1 ^ ^ ? Dugan Richard Roeil. Osorine. BeUeek. 

Brookline 1 1,47? fast 1^ 8 J Byer Escliaii. ITes.Munroe. Dol.Spanker, 

82792 Brookline 3—4 1 :18? fast — 123 3* J Byer Esebau, Dol. Siianker Mr Jorrot*ks 

82483 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:12? fast 31 134 7 7 7 7 6*‘?Mr N T’erTim Pippin. Mel^eon! Footpad 

o®’. ,^y„Bl®-ckstock — Pond Lily (S. F. Hyman). Weight today 

2-4 1:13 fast «0 9u 5 5 5 5 McCahey Richard Reed. Osorine. Belleek. 

J 20 M 5 4 5 7* 7® McCahey Richard Reed. Jolly. Acrolmt 

Sheepshead 7-8 1:M fast 30 IW 6 I 1 5 6“ 6‘*JCrowley Ida D.. Adriuebe, Imitator. 

Jamestown 3-4 1:17 slow 2 107 1 111* I'J McCahey Elysium. Eustacian High liat. 

^1949 Jamestown 5-8 lr05 slop 3? 107 2 2 2 2* 2* McCahey Thetis, Chaperon, (iay King. 

SPOONER, ch. c, 4, by Peep o’Day— Flirtineer (F. B. Lemaire). Weight toditv i 

Sheepshead 6if 1:19? fast 10 108 9 8 8 8* 8'* Taplin Cohort. Florimel. Koval 

R ^ 20 111 6 5 5 6 6 6*®JB’choten Earl G.. Berkeley. Gild. 

^ 96 8 7 7 6* 6‘® E SuTvan Boog.Red, SmlleyCorbett. Paiarol 

Pain f » J ?®-t A 8 8 8 8 8 8'* Oeevy FrankFlIttne^ Bellwether. T.Fau 

7/8oO Empire 3-4 1:12? good 7-10 108 6 6 2 lb 1* Sumter Besom. The ire. Arasee. 



F. HymML ^ Weight today 95. 

a 5‘J McC!ahey Richard Reed. Osorine. Belloek. 

7* 7» McCahey Richard Reed. Jolly. Acrolmt. 

6“ 6'*JCrowley Ida D.. Adriuebe. Imitator. 

1* I'J McCahey Elysium. Eustacian. Higii Hat. 

2* 2* McCahey Thetis, Chaperon. Gay King. 

Weight today 106. 

8* 8'* Taplin Cohort. Florimel. Roval CapUve. 

6 6*®JB’choten Earl G.. Berkeley. Gild. 



1 1 Bood 7 ,^ 8 7 7 6* 6‘® E Sul van Boog.Red, SmlleyCorbett. Pajarolta. 

• J ?®„A §22 2 2 8'* Oeevy FrankVlIttne^ Bellwether. T. Faust. 

3-4 1:12? good 7-10 108 6 6 2 lb 1* Sumter Besom. The ^uire. Arasee. 



GUARD, b. g. 3. by Hamburg — Endurance by Right (J. Garson). Weig 

96 5 6 4 4 6 6'* A I.ang Hans, Rm’kstone. Orieiii 

S.J222 Sheepsh dll-1 2:06? fast 60 100 6 5 6 6 6 6*« I’aller Hammerless, HilTTop. 1 

•^Vyi^TTE, b. f, 3, by Mexican — ^L’Alouette (Montpelier Stable). Weif 

8273.) G vesend Ab3-4 1:10 fast 15 93 4 3 5 8* 8® Creevy Prince Gal C!ohort Ri 

V2^3 G’vesend Ab.3-4 1:11 fast 6 94 10 20 20 19 15 Creevy Tim Fippii; IHg^^^^ 



S2693 G’vesend Ab.3-4 1:11 fast 6 
S2424 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:11? mud 3? 
S2284 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:11? slop 15 
H544 Belmont 3-4 1:12? fast 8 

H366 Pimlico 5-8 1:00? fast 2 



lb 2*J Creevy 
3? 3*1 Creevy 
6* 6*®?Cieevy 



on). Weight today 103. 

Hans. Rol’kstone. Oriental Ou«*en. 
Hammerless, HilTTop. Bonnie Kelso. 

Weight today 96. 
Prince Gal, C!ohort. Rialto. 

Tim Pippin. High Range, L. Wiggins 
Notasnlga. Twil’htQueen. Suiidamv 
Waponoca. I,.awtonWiggins. Otytto 
L. Bedford. JoeMadden. M. Kearney 



E Dugan Tasley. Merry Gift. Oor .Maggie. 



FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. Fleetwing Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (7(»5.S0 — 1:11% — .1 — lOj).) 



JACK ATKIN, b. h. 5. by Sain— El Salado (B. Schreiber) 



S2217 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09? fast 3 132 9 6 6 6* 6'»AScoville 

82098 Belmont 7-8 1 :25? fast 9-10 132 3 2 3 2 3 * 3® Scoville 

S2077 Belmont 1 1-16 1:45? good 8-6 127 2 1 1 1 2 * 2? E Dugan 

S1920 Belmont C? f 1:18 fast 1 135 1 4 4 4>| 3*1 Scoville 

80229 S, Anita 3-4 1:11? fast 3-5 148 9 8 8 8* 6*| V Powers 

JIALF SOVEREIGN, ch. f, 4, by Hastings— Sonveraine (A. Belmont). 
S1547 Belmont 1 1:40 fast 4 109 10 8 4 4 7 ' 9**tE Dugan 

S1429 Pimlico lm60y 1:44? fast 6 121 1 1 2 2 2b 6*1 E Dugan 



W)- Weight today 130. 

6'ojScoville De.Mund. King Colialt. .Vifreil Noble 

3® Scoville Harrigan, Restlgoiicl’c. RovalOnyx. 

2i E Dugan Live Wire. Montgomery. Berkeley. 
4'i 3*4 Scoville .Marylhivis. De .Mund. Royal oiivx. 
8* 6*1 V Powers King James. Roneben. Magazine 



S1210 Pimlico 
77642 Belmont 



3-4 1:131 fast 1-3 113 4 2 

1 1:38? fast 4 112 1 1 2 



ne (A. Belmont). Weight today 112. 

7' 9**tE Dugan King James. Fayette. .Tnggler. 

6*i E Dugan I.ad of I..angden. Siskin. Gowan. 



77642 Belmont 1 1:38? fast 4 112 1 1 2 1 I'i 1? J Lee 

BESOM, br. g, 4. by Ben Brush— Noonday (P. 8. P. Randolph). 

i8021 Pimlico 3-4 1:13? fast 2 107 1 2 2 2*» 2*® .Met^ahev 

77994 Pimlico 7-8 1 :31? hvy • 6-5 117 3 2 2 2 2' 2* McCahey 

77907 Pimlico 3-4 l:17j hvy 5 125 2 2 2 2*i If McC'ahey 

77850 Empire 3-4 1:12| good 2 107 2 2 1 2J 2* McCahey 



2* lb E Dugan Pantoufie, Personal. . .Aralia. 



4 1 ALTO. ch. c. 4. bv Watercress — Teatro (W. M. Rogers). 

83490 Empire 3-4 1:12 fast 8-5 112 3 4 3 3.t 2»* ; 

S3096 Sheepshead 6Af 1:20? fast 2? 126 2 1 2 2 ' 2h I 

82735 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 fast 3 112 2 4 3 3* 3* J 

82545 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10? fast 4 107 5 4 3 3* 2'? ( 



823.59 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09? good 20 106 1 3 3 

82217 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09? fast 15 114 7 9 9 

NIMBUS, b. g. 4. by Star Shoot — Lady Elite (G. 
834.50 Empire 1 1:40 fast 2? Ill 2 1 1 1 



83322 Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1:45? fast 4-3 1 22 2 2 3 2 3 3H 

S3221 Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1:4.5? fast 1 121 2 1 1 1 1* 1* 

83096 Sheepshead 61 f 1 :20? fast 8-5 1 29 3 2 1 lb ih 

S30.34 Sheepshead 7-8 1:26 fast 4-6 111 5 2 2 2 2“ 1*1 

82986 Sheepshead 1 1:39? fast 4 106 4 4 5 4 4h 4=1 

COLLOQUY, b. m. 6. by Ruuell — La Tonr (G. H. Hollo*. 
.s;t49o Empire 3 4 1:12 fa.st 3 107 1 1 1 2b 3‘3 

83042 I.4itonia 5J f 1:05? fast 8-5 109 1 1 1 I'J 2b 

82743 I.«,tonia 3-4 1:12? fast 1 110 1 1 2 31 4*J . 

82311 I.Atouia 5J f 1:05? fast 4-5 114 2 l i 3b 2' 

82103 Latonia 3-4 1:12 fast 7-10 100 3 1 1 1| 2b ' 

81923 Latonia 5? f 1:09 mud 4 108 1* 1 1 I'I I'l , 



I'i li J Lee Ben Ban. Delirium. Red River. 

P. Randolph). Weight today 108. 

2*® 2*® .Mct^ahey De Mund. La<^ Ornama. 

2' 2* McCahey Nimbus. Live Wire. Wyckoff. 

2'i If McCahey Giles. Sal Volatile. Botanist. 

2i 2* McCahey Spooner. The Squire. Arasee. 
ftogert). Weight today HI. 

3A Jb A Walsh Field Mouse, ('oHispiy. Pantoufie. 

2' 2h E Dugan Nimbus. Notasnlga. Paiituiifle. 

3- 3' A Lang Prince Gal. Cohort. Desirous. 

3* 2'i G Burns King Cobalt. .McCarter. Pantoufie. 
3* 3‘J G Burns King Cobalt. l*e Mund. Ro.simiro. 

9 9**iG Burns DeMuiid. King Obalt. .Alfrinl Noble 

If. Odom). Weight todav 122. 

r- lb V Powers PrinceAhmed. TonvBotwMti. Cohori, 
3 3*i V Powers -Arasee. E fiend 1. 

1* 1* V Powers Foottiad. Live W’ire. Klllleeiaiikle. 
lb lb V Powers Rialto. Notasnlga. Pantoufie. 

2“ l*i V Powers Roselien, Casque. MareeMus. 

4b 4*3 Upton Sir John Johnson. Cohort. Dre.-imer. 



9**iG Burns 
Odom). 



fa.st 


:; 


1U7 


1 


1 


1 


2b 3‘S V Power 


fast 


8-5 


169 


1 


1 


1 


I'J 2b T Rice 


fast 


1 


110 


1 


1 


2 


3J 4*J J Lee 


fast 


4-5 


114 


2 


1 


1 


3b 2' Kennedy 


fast 


7-10 


100 


3 


1 


1 


IJ 2b T Rice 


mud 4 


108 


1- 


1 


1 


I'J I'J J Lee 



ARONDACK, b. f. 8. by Hastings — Astoria (Mrs. 



Weight today 107. 
I Flehl Moii.^'. Rialto. Pantoufie. 
Pr.Ahmed. Tom .Mrtl rath. i>. Honesty 
Ada.Meade. RicluirdReed. Westbnrr 
'T..M.Gr»*en. Wu’l.Saudals. Rigliteusv 
Hyperion II.. Crystal .Maid. Zieiiap 
A1 .Muller. .Madman. 



:vt49l Empire 
8:t440 Empire 
82709 .Montreal 



1 1-8 1:.5:{* fast 10 92 

1 1:40? fast 5 112 

1 1-8 1:57? .slo\vll-20 100 



S2.560 .Montreal 11-81:58 slow ’2S 1U9 1 1 1 

82383 Montreal 1 1-8 1:58? fast 2? 103 4 2 2 

1 82299 Toronto 1 1-8 1:54| fast ^ 100 8 2 2 



J. McLaughlin). Weight today 97. 

i) O’*} McCahey Maltbie. Alfri*tlNobh*. K.I*aiighl«*r. 
lb in MeCahey Etherial. I’rnelieal. Gliding Belle. 
2* 2* J MeIntyreTerah. Donald .Macdonald. 

V. MclntyroHanbridge. tJuyFlsher. .Mich. Angel) 
21 3* Deverich Lad> Esther. Cave.Adsimi. .Sbiuionese 
1* 4* Herbert TeraU. Direct. Esther. 






DAILY. HACING FORM. 



BAT KASTERSON. ch. ff. 6. by ! 

82810 G’vesond Ab3-4 l:10i fast 30 
82736 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 fast 20 

81084 S. Anita 5} f 1:06 fast 5 

80982 S. Anita 61 f l:18t fast 30 

80933 S. Anita 5| f 1:051 fast 12 

PAKTOUFLE. br. m. 6. by Ben Bx 
8:i490 Empire 3-4 1:12 fast 8 
83096 Sheepshead 61 f l:;X)g fast 5 
82983 Sheepshead 61 f 1:201 fast 6 
82699 G'vesend Ab3-4 1:091 fast 9 
82546 G'vesend Ab3-4 1:101 fast 10 
81918 Belmont 1 l:39t fast 8 



r. 6. by Frankfort— Vanessa (E. J. Miller). Weight today 90. 

101 fast 30 100 7 11 10 SI 7»3 C L MillerJiiliaPowel. Sir J. Johnson. Casque 

10 fast 20 96 7 7 6 6 » 6»s C L MillerPrince Gal. Cohort. Rialto. 

06 fast 6 117 4 4 5 7| 8* J Howard Spohn, JaneSwlft. F.KnisrhttheBear 



10 fast 20 96 7 7 6 6 » 6»s C L MillerPrince 

06 fast 6 117 4 4 5 7| 8* J Howard Spohn, 

18| fast 30 101 8 6 5 49 6«| C L MlllerRialto. Glorlo. Fern L. 

051 fast 12 102 6 5 6 61 5*1 B Wilson Lady Irma. Rialto. Harridan. 

• by Ben Bmab— Faixr Mipner (Miss A. M. Marrone). 



Weight today 97. 



4* 4*3 J Bergen Field Mouse. Rialto. Colloquy. 

4‘i 4* Butwell Nimbus. Rialto. Notasulga. 

6^ 5’i J Bergen Notasulga, M.Keamev. JuliaPowel. 
6^ 6* Creevy De Mund. Prince Gal, S. Alvescot. 

4* 4* J Bergen King O^alt. Rialto. McCarter. 

2^ 3* J Bergen Affliction. Adrluche. Hill Top. 



i Belmont 1 l:39f fast 8 110 1 2 1 1 2» 3* J Bergen Affliction. 

FIFTH RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Selling. (21044— 1 :06— 2— 103.) 



C H A RLIE HARGRAVE, eh. o. t. by Solitaire n.— Aya (J. L. McGinnis) 



N.3492 Empire 6J f 1:08 fa.st 6 
S:i399 Empire f 1 :07 fast 10 

83261 Sheepshead f 1 :07| fast 7 

88206 Sheepshead 5J f 1 :06| fast 3 
83140 Sheepshead 5i f l:07g fast 2| 



3* Cullen 
3» 3>3 Cullen 
3i 3*1 Cullen 
3* 3* Butwell 
4i 4*i C Grand 



Weight today 108. 



EVERETT, ch. c. 2, by Goldorest— Francolin (Quincy Stable). 



8.3324 Sheepshead .5-8 1:01 fast 5 115 5 3’ 2 '21 14 E Dui 

83209 Sheepshead 3-4 1:14 fast 3 112 3 3 3 3‘ 3*3 Scovill 

83016 Sheepshead 5i f 1:08 fast 30 92 5 5 3 3«> 2»| McCal 

82698 Gravesend 5i f 1:09 fast 60 93 10 7 7 7 ^ 6*J Moore 

CALASH, b. g, t. by Stanhope n.— Raglets (W. E. Applegate). 
83488 Empire 3-4 1:13 fast 2 lof 6 5 5 4* 4« A Wf 

83399 Empire 5J f 1:07 fast 15 119 6 7 6 5^ 4*3 A Wj 

83106 I.atonIa 5| f 1:07| fast 11-5 103 7 5 4 2* 1* A Ws 

82970 Latonla 6-8 1:021 good 7-6 110 8 8 6 3| 1* D Aui 

82836 Latonla 6-8 l:00i Fast 12 104i 3 8 7 6S 2* D Aui 

82635 Latonla 5-8 1:0^ hvy 15 106 7 7 7 6| 4* M Mc< 



lk>nau. Reyl»ourn. Radium Star. 
Reybourn. Louise S.. Calash. 

St. Dunstan. Sandrian. DonAptonio. 
Greenvale. Schoolmarm, H. Grotho. 
Eeyboum, Little King. Christina. 

Weight today 112. 



i 14 E Dugan Christina. Bang. M. R. Williams. 



83399 Empire 
83106 I.atonia 
82970 Latonla 
82836 Latonla 
82635 Latonia 



5J f 1 :07 fast 15 119 6 

5i f 1:071 fast 11-5 103 7 



\ good 7-6 110 8 
I Fast 12 1041 3 

I hvy 15 106 7 



FOLLIE LEVY. br. f. 2. by Golden Maxim— Ridicule (G. M. Odom). 



3‘ 3*3 Scoville UncasChlef. EddleDngan. Acnmen. 
3“ 2»| McCahey Firebox. Rocky O’Brien. Scams. 

7^ 6*J Moore Sandrian. Coonekin. Reeponsful. 
hpplegate). Weight today 109. 

4* 4** A Walsh Fauntleroy, HelenCarroll, Zacatecas 
5^ 4*3 A Walsh Reyboum. LouiseS.. Char.Hnrgrave 

2* 1* A Walsh Frank<l. Hogan. Bet. Lester. Zephyr. 

3i 1* D Austin BreTlte. G. M. Miller. RowlandOtis 

6h 2* D Austin Eye White. Starport. ^qnesne. 

6k 4* M McGee Zephyr. King Solomon. Amanda Lee 



834.53 Empire 5i f 1 :07| last 2-5 113 2 11 1* 2>» V Pow< 

83372 Sheepshead 5J f 1 :07| fast 4-5 109 2 1 1 14 1* Scoville 

83033 Sheepshead 6-8 1:01| fast 16-6 107 2 111* 14 Scoville 

82429 Gravesend 5-8 l:0St mud 6 109 4 1 1 2* 3*| Scoville 

80618 Oakland 1-2 49 good 2 106 6 2 2| 4*| J Butle 

TTRA8. 0 . t. by KaaturtionB- Florence Colville (W. Gerst). 



Weight today 113. 



83488 Empire 
83437 EJmpire 
82836 Latonla 
82624 Latonia 
83002 Latonla 
90227 S. Anita 



.3-4 1:13 fast 12 102 2 

6J f 1:08 fast 7 93 2 

5-8 1:002 fast 20 113 2 

5-8 1:02 good 16 110 2 

4k f 1:00 hvy 25 113 1 

3k f 401 fast 3 116 5 



1* 2*» V Powers Fight.Bob. M.Flor’ce. C^p. Swanson 
l*k Scoville Pretend. Evening Song, Soarus. 

1* 14 Scoville Glen’deane. Crossover, Huda’sSlster 

2* 3*1 Scoville Greenvale. RadimnStar. OnrHannab 

2k 4*1 J Butler EllInBean. Bd.Graney. Qual.Street. 
. (W. Gent). Weight today 108. 

6 6** Page Fauntleroy. HelenCarroll. Zacatecas 

3* 3* Taplin Zephyr. Madeline L.. Zacatecas. 

6*k 6* J Lee Eye White, Oalash, Starport. 



COLIMET. b. o. 2. by Star Shoot— Kentucky Belle II. (E. R. Bradley). 



.8.3374 Sheepshead 3-4 1:14 fast 4J 
82985 Sheepshead 5-8 1:002 fast 2 
82834 Sheepshead 5-8 1:00| fast 10 
82560 Gravesend 61 f 1:09 fast 3| 
82222 Gravesend 6-8 1:01| fast 3k 



7 6**3Scoville 
l*k 1* Scoville 
2* 2* Scoville 
7* 7*1 Scoville 
6» 6**kScoville 



Weight today 112. 



HENDERSON, b. c, 2. by Griffon— Daisy Chain (Henderson A Hogan). 



82669 Latonia 



5i f 1:06« fast 15 



81626 Louisville 4J f 54g mud23-10 109 

81496 Louisville 4k f 53k fast 20 108 

814.38 Louisville 4k f 522 fast 17 108 

81295 Louisville 1-2 482 slow 9 111 



5»» 6* M McGee Redeem. My Gal, liOtta Creed. 

5k 5*k M McGee The Fed. Calash. Paul Davis. 

2k 2* M McGee Tnrf Star, HalLack. Zahra. 

6k 6*S M McGee Joe Morris. King Solomon. Donau. 
3* 3*1 M McGee Southern Gold. Donau. Laveno. 



SIXTH RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. (76G4(V-1:51%— 3— 07.) 

BELLEVIEW. ch. g. 6. by Bel Demonio— Gadabout (H. G. Bedwell). Weight today 100. | 

8.3442 Empire 1 1-16 l;47g fast 1 100 5 4 3 3 2* 1* Taplin May River. lionl Stanhope. Monocle 

831.50 Latonia 1 1-8 1:55 good 7-10 112 5 2 1 1 Ik 2k Taplin Lil.Tumer, War.Grlswell. Etta.Carr 

8.3089 latonia 1 1-8 1:52 fast 16-5 112 4 5 5 3 2k 2» Taplin Hans. Vanen. Mamie Algol. 

83025 Latonia 1 1-8 1:522 fast 9-10 113 6 5 4 3 2 »k 2k Taplin Beau Bmmmel. Azo. Greenbridge. 

82902 Latonia 1 3-8 2:242 hvy 1 108 3 3 1 1 1* 1* Warren Stone Street. Bryce. Water Lake. 

BEAHCLERE. b. g. B. by Salvator— Phida (T. W. Coulter). Weight today 97. 

83144 .^heepsh’d 1 1-8 1 :5.3J fast 14-5 108 4 4 4 4 IJ 1* Scoville TlieSquIre. Montgomery, RioGrande 

8,3082 Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:33 fast 4 105 9 8 6 1 1* 1* G Lynch BonhleKelso. GusHelm, RioGrande. 

82987 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 2:00 fast 20 110 13 13 12 12 12 11*»|G Lynch Hammerless, Bon.Kelso. R.Grande. 

82833 Sheeps’ d 1 1-16 1:45» fast 30 100 12 9 9 9 9 8**iG Lynch Rockstone. Hammerless. T. Wrestler 

ROCKSTONE. b. g. 5. br Rockton — Lady Primrose (F. H. Milden). Weight today 92. 

.V.3493 Empire 1 l:40g fast 6 92 4 5 5 4 3»» 3*3 F H KingSt. Joseph, Superstition, SlrCleges. 

83403 Empire 1 1-16 1:49 fast 9-10 103 1 1 1 1 2* 2* F H KingHans, Oriental Queen. Campaigner 

83037 Sheepsh’d 1 1-8 1:53| fast C 108 1 2 3 S 4* 5»* D McC’thy MaltWe. Montgomery. The Squire. 
82833 Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1:4.5| fast 15 96 4 3 3 3 2* 1»* P H KlngHam’rless. T. Wrestler. L. Wiggins 

82739 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47| fast 8 100 5 6 6 6 4* 4*1 P H KingEarl G.. Berkeley. Gild. 

SUPERSTITION, b. g. 4. by Aldina— Evangelina Ciaaerog (A. L. Frio*). Weight today 107. 



8,3442 Empire 
831.50 Latonia 
83089 latonia 
83025 Latonia 
82902 Latonia 



8.3493 Empire 1 l:40g fast 8J 102 2 2 2 

83323 Sheepsh’d 1 1-4 2:07 fast 3 109 3 1 1 

83308 Sheeps’d 1 1-16 1:46| fast 5 107 4 2 2 

82996 Hamilton 1 1:39| fast 4k 102 3 3 3 

82927 Hamilton 1 1-16 1:46| fast 6 106 1 2 2 



GOLCONDA, b. g, 4. by Goldcrest— Fond Recollection (Quincy Stable' 
S2987 Sheeps’d 1 8-16 2:00 fast 10 103 9 8 8 8 8* 7**JCree\T 

82814 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:52| fast 30 104 6 5 5 5 5* 4**G Burns 

82736 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:47* fast 15 106 3 9 8 8 7* 7* G Bums 

82567 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:481 fast 12 104 2 4 5 6 4«» 2* G Burns 

82484 G'vesend 1 3-16 2:0l| fast 20 96 2 2 3 2 2»» 4* Creevy 

ALBERT STAR, b. e. 4. bv Star Shoot— Lady Alberta (M. Ording). 
8.3493 Empire 1 l:40g fa.st 12 106 7 8 8 8 7* 6'« Page 

83105 Latonia 1 1-16 1:45 fast 8 100 5 6 6 6 6* 3* E Martii 

82972 Latonia 1 1-8 1:63 good 4-6 104 9 9 8 6 4»» 4*k Warren 

82555 Latonla 1 1-16 1:46* fast 2| 102 9 12 9 7 3| 1* Page 

81631 Louisville 1 1-8 1:53 fast ^ 104 8 8 9 6 4>k 2* Page 



ESCUTCHEON, b. g. 7, by Goldcrest — Affect (S. F. Hyman) 



834a2 Empire 1 1:41 fast 60 

83278 Sheepsh’d 1 1-2 2:331 fast 40 
83208 Sheeps-d 1 1-16 1:461 fast 40 
83037 Sheepsh’d 1 1-8 1:53| fast 60 
82916 Sheepshead 3-4 1:131 fast KX 



fast 60 $9 6 6 6 

fast 40 105 8 7 8 

fast 40 100 8 9 9 

fast 60 92 5 5 5 

fast 100 100 8 7 



6 6** Garner 

6k 7**kBergen 
9* 9**|CrowIey 
5 4* McCahey 

7* 7*»iKeating 



WORK-OUTS OF THE EASTERN HORSES. 



New York. July 19. — Recent work-outs of horses 
In training at Youkers. Gravesend and Sbeep:»head 
Bay were: 

Yonkers, weather clear; track fast — 

Arasee — Half niile in 51. 

Alfred Noble — Tliree-qnarters in 1:16k. 

Bellwether — ^Three-eightlia iu U6i. 

Campaigner — Three-quarters in 1:19. Never looked 
better. 

CuthlM‘rt — h^ve-eighths in 1:04. Nice even work. 
Colloquy — 'Half mile in ."lO. 

Dr. Pillow — Three-quarters in 1:18. 

Danger — Mile in l:4r»j{. 

I>onau — Three -eighths iu .37, 

Fauntleroy — Half mile in 53. 

GoK'onda — Seven-eighths in 1:.*>3. .\t liis best. 

Halket — Half mile in .30. Never looked better. 
Huda — 'rhree-quarters in 1:17. 

Hilda’s Sister — Five-eighths in 1:04. 

Jack .\tkii» — ^TMirec-cighths iu 36*. 

King’s Ihiughter — Half mile in 48k. 

Maithie — ^Three-quarters in 1:18. 

Nadxn — ^I'hree-qnartw^ in 1:20. 

Rialto — 'Half mile in 56, 

ReytKHirn — ^Tliree-eighths in 37. 

Sltannon — Three-quarters in 1:214. Has had a 
let up, but Is now taking his regular work. 
SpcMtMynnd — Half mile In 51. Coming to hand 
nicely. 

Superstition — Mile in 1:40. 

SI. .Toseph — ^Thr«*e-quarters in 1:19. 

Witching Hour — 'Three-eighths iu 37. Never hxiked 
tiettcr. 

Gravesend. weatl>er foggy and warm; track fast — 
Albertina— 'Mile In 1:46. 

Aug* rona — Half mile in 51. Has all her speed 
and never looked better. 

Black Annie — Five-eigliths in 1:03. 

Billie Burke— .Half mile in 51*. 

Bigot — Seven-eighths in 1 ::t4. 

I>ra<*oola — tHalf mile in 5»t. 

(iold Tray — ^Half mile iu 52. 
tJrecian Bend — lliree-quarters in 1:18L 
(Jerman Silver — Half mile in 52. 

Intrinsic — 'rhr<*e-eighths in 40. 

Lucetta — ThnM‘-eighths in 39. Has all her speed 
and never looked hetti*r, 

"Miss Catesby — Half mile in 54, 

M. R, Williams — Thrw-quarters in 1:18. Acts 
like a colt tliat will Improve. 

Profit — Seveu-edghtlis in 1:36. A good looker and 
mover. 

Sehoolmarm — .Half mile in 51. 

Sandpifier — Half mile in .52. 

Skyline— Half mile In 624. 

Sheepshead Bay, weather cloudy; track fast — 
Alierdeen — ^'Three-quarters In 1:23. breezing. 
Banbury — Mile in 1:50, breezing. 

Itoola Bfxda — ^Three-quarters In 1:22. breezing. 

Eye Bright — Mile in l:48j[, breezing. Going along 
niceb*. 

Gohlfinu — Seven-eighths in 1:37, breezing. Is 
nmnding to racing form nicely. 

.Midtke — Half mile in .50. driving. 

.Martinez — 'Half mile in 52. handily. 

.Miami — ^Thrw-quarters in 1:22. breezing. 

N. aHH— Half mile in 51. handily. 

Okenite — .Milo In 1:,"*2, cantering, 
ttro — Half mile in .57. bi-cczing. 

Slaweliam — Five-eighths in l:0:ik. driving. 
Zoroaster — Tlin^e-quarters in 1:20, breezing. 

Yonkers. weath«>r clear; track fast — 

Ark— Half mile in 51. 

Adrinche — Thr*M?-^lghths in 37*. Speedy and never 
looked Iwtter. 

Bat .Mastersou — Three-quarters in 1:15*. Coming 
around in a nice way to his best form. 

Clift Edge— Mile in 1:58*. 

Collnet — Three-quarters in 1:164. This was good 
work. 

Doiiatns — Mile in 1:484. Coming around to good 
form. 

Earl G. — Three-quarters in 1:18. Has bad a let- 
up. but is now taking regular work. 

Flying Footstejis — ThriM'-quarters in 1 :16. Coming 
anmud to gooil racing form. 
iMHdpad— Tiiree-quarters in 1:24. 

Fleming — Three-quarters in 1:18). 

Gef*rge G. Hall — Half mile in .50. 

Half Sovereign — Three-quarters in 1:10. At her 
i»est. 

Juggler — Three-quarters in 1:18. 

Plus and Neeilles — Mile In 1:40. 

Racquet — 'Three-quarters in 1:20. Rapidly coming 
around to his liest racing form. 

Summer Night— Half mile in 63. 



ABSENCE OF PLUNGING IN THE EAST. 



High Rollers of Other Days Have Disappeared — 
125,000 Fountainblue Sold for $1,000. 



7** 7** Kennedy Princeimperlal. Cherryola.I>iiqiiesne 
9| 9*J J Lee Bob Co. Rye White. Metzie. 

4| 6* J Howard Rocky O’Brien. Klora. Saint Damins 



New York, July 19. — Matt Allen has sold Foun- 
tainblue. for which James B. Brady paid F. A. For- 
sythe $25,000 as a two-year-old, to Earl Linnell for 
$1,000. Fountainblue, now a five-year-old. failed to 
race to expectations in the Brady colors, although he 
occasloually showed a flash of the speed which was 
responsible for the fancy price paid for him. His 
only start this season was at Sheepshead Bay, when 
he wont to the iiost in a mile race for selling platers, 
and on that occasion he was entered to be sold for 
$800. He did not win, nor was he claimed out of 
the race. 

Mr. Brady, who bought Accountant for $40,000 
and Olseau for $28,0(M), is never seen at the race 
tracks nowadays. His turf venture, after severing 
his partnership with F. C. McLowee. is said to liave 
entailed a loss of nearly $2Oi),00O. Another absentee 
is E. E. Smathers. who bought McChesiiey for $30.- 
000 and proceeded to race on a big scale until lie 
found himself $250.(KK) on the wrong side of the 
ledger. John A. Drake, John W. Gates, E. R. 
Thomas, Frank J. Farrell and other high rollers of 
former days have not been seen at the races this 
year. Neither has Charley Ellison, once a big 
plunger, who recently sold his horses for a song. 

Turf plungers, for that matter, are few and far 
between in these days. Big wagers are infrequently 
made. Dare Johnson, who won $.52,(X)0 in a single 
day at Belmont Park two years ago, is now hitting 
the high places when he bets $5<M). Johnson says 
he will never desert the turf, but that he has be- 
come convinced that there’s nothing In plunging. 
Any layer will admit that the betting has been re- 
duced to a minimum and that speculation nowadays 
is merely a matter of sentiment which affords both 
fun and excitement. A man who should express a 
desire to wager $1.<KK) on a horse would find it a 
difficult task to place the money. 



I^ovetie. Jacquelina, Rocky O’Brien 
cniarlieHargrave, Dullcare. Niagara 
Scarpla, Uncas Chief, Dominica. 
JacQuelina. EddleDngan. Dlx. Dixon 
Black Chief. Firebox, Glopper. 

Weight today 104. 



JOCTKETS HANDICAPPED. 

From time to time Dally Racing Form will publish 
a table of the comparative rating of those Jockeys 
whose skill in the saddle has already been well dem- 
onstrated and of those who have not arrived but 
give promise of coming excellence. The handicap 
will divide these riders into four classifications, of 
which those admittedly in the front rank of their 
calling w’lll be indicated by 100. thence downward 
through 95 and 90 to 80, the lowest classification, 
from which advancement upward will come when 
justified by good riding. The table will also show 
the number of mounts, wins, seconds, thirds aiul 
unplaced from January 1, 1908. will be corrected 
from we**k to week, and is as follows, up to and in- 
cluding the racing of July 16: 



2* 2*4 Creevy St. Joseph, Roi*kstone, Sir Cleges. 
14 IJ Musgr’ve Miss Catesby. Esebau. Rio Grande. 
Ih ih E Dugan Monocle. Blackford. Miss Catesby. 
4* 5*4 Goldstein Plandmore. T.M. Green, JackParkcr 
2»k 5*1 Deverich Creel. Centre Shot, St. Elmwood. 



i (Quincy Stable). Weight today 105. 

8* 7**4Cree\'y Hammerless. Bon.Kelso. R.Grande. 
6* 4** G Burns Berkeley. Hill Top. Footpad. 

7* 7* G Bums St. Joseph, BonnieKelso, Dreamer. 

4*» 2* G Burns TheWrestler, MissCatesby, D. Creole 
2to 4* Creevy Norbitt, RioGrande. Pins&Needles. 
ta (M. Ording). Weight today 106. 

7* 6“ Page St. Joseph. Superstition. Rockstone 

6* 3* E Martin Zienap. Old Honesty. Lane Allen. 
4t» 4*4 Warren Point Lace. Vanen. Qnagga. 

34 1* Page Gerrymander. Font, Irrigator. 

4 >k 2* Page Nadzu, Gilvedear. Grenade. 

Hyman). Weight today 97. 

9* 9* McCahey Fireball. BlackMary. M.Crittenden. 
7* 7**4McCahey Cohort, Florimel, Royal Captive. 

7 7**4McCahey Oasqne. Geo.W.Lebolt. Sententlona 
84 2>>k McCahey Clolstereas, JohnMarra. BabyWillie. 



83438 Empire 3-4 1:13| fast 40 109 8 9 9 9* 9* McCahey Fireball. BlackMary. M.Crittenden. 

83377 Sheepshead 64 f 1 :19i fast 60 110 7 6 6 7* 7**4McCahey Cohort, Florimel, Royal Captive. 

83262 Sheepshead 64 f 1:20 fast 20 110 4 6 6 7 7**4McCahey Oasqne. Geo.W.Lebolt. Sententlons 

82055 Jamestown 3-4 1:15| fast 4 11£ 8 4 4 84 2>>k McCahey Clolsteress, JohnMarrs. BabyWillie. 

ORIENTAL QUEEN, b. f. 4. by Greenan — ^Empreat Dorwager (W. Gerat). Weight today 95. 

83454 Empire 1 1:414 fast 50 101 7 7 8 8 7 * 7*« J Bergen I^>H‘hau. Rye. Hans. 

83403 Empire 1 1-16 1:49 fast 100 101 4 5 5 6 3*» 3*4 J Bergen Hans, Rockstone, Campaigner. 

80141 Tampa 1 1-16 1:578 fast 6 99 8 . 7 6 5 6* 4*| E Haynes Bitter Hand. Enlist, Ora Suddutb. 

80093 Tampa lm70y 1:52 slow 3 99 1 3 4 5 5* 5* Lovell Enlist, Miss Padden. Dew of Dawn 

KING OF B4f(HAN. b. g. 6. by Giganteum — Salamis (J. Fitzsimmons). Weight today 97. 



Arcite. Bellwether, Law. Wiggins. 
Bon.Kelso. Mellowmint. Gns Helm. 
Superstition. Monocle. Blackford. 
Maltble. Montgomery. The Squire. 
SirJohn Johnson. Desirous. Waponoca 



Tony Faust — Tlireo-quarters in 1:184. Speedy and 
never looked better. 

Wilton Lackaye — Mile in 1:46. 

Gravesend, weather clear; track iicavy — 

Albertina — Seven-eighths in 1:36. 

Aston Key — Half mile iu 54. Good looker and 
mover, 

Ben Loyal — Half mile in 5t{. 

Deputy — Three-quarters in 1:24*. 

Films — Half mile in .57. 

<Jrace Cameron — Mile in 1:51. 

Greenvale — Three-quarteis in 1:24. Looks to be 
iu fine shape. 

(HucOse — Five-eighths in 1:09. 

Hartford Boy — 'Three-quarters in 1:21. 

Imitator — Three-quarters in 1:22*. Looks well and 
is really to race. 

Intrinsic — Three-eighths in 40. 

Ix>co — Half mile iu 5i5*. 

Petticoat — Three-quarters in 1 :25. 

Question Mark — Tliri*e-qnarter8 in 1:24*. 

Rio (irande — Three-quarters in 1:22*. At his lM‘st. 
Rossbamptun — TlmM‘-eigbtbs in 41. Rounding into 
shape for Saratoga. 

Royal V’ane — Three-quarters in 1:204. Nice even 
work for him. 

Royal I’aptivc — Three-quarters in 1:24. Looks 

well and works well at all times. 

Tom Melton — Three-eighths in 41J. Coming to 
hand. 

The Squire — Throe quarters In 1:2.5. 

The Speaker — Tlirce-eighths in 42, After a long 
let-up now taking regular work and will race 
at Saratoga. 

Sheepshead Bay. weather clear; track muddy — 
Brilliancy — Half mile in 53. handily. 

Bear of the Mountain — Three-eighths in 40. easily. 
Crack Shooter — Flve-elghtlis in 1:034, driving. 
Daiifield — Three-eighths in 37. easily. 

Dixie Dixon — Five-eighths in 1 :06. easily. 

Edith Inez — Five-eigliths in 1:05. handily. 

(ilen Helen — Half mile in .54, tireeziug. 

Jacouelina — Three-eighths in 42, breezing. 

Little Friend — Three-eighths in 41. breezing. 
Medallion — Three-eighths in 41. breezing. 

Naughty Boy^ — Threi‘-quarters in 1 :28. cantering. 
Pen Point — Five-eighths in 1:05. easily. 

Reland — Five-eighths in 1:04*, handily. 

Running Chance — Three-eighths In 42, breezing. 
Sententious — Half mile in 55. lireezing. 

I'neas Chief — Half mile in 58. breezing. 

Victoria Nyanza — Half mile in 56. breezing. 
Watch Me — Half mile in 58. breezing, 

Yorkville Beau — Three-quarters in 1:28, breezing. 
Comin'T to racing condition rapidly. 



ANTI-BETTING LAW RIDICULED. 

Johannesburg. South Africa. July 19. — There is 
great agitation against the new anti-betting bill, 
which proliibits all betting except on race courses 
on race days. 

The measure is generally condemned as ludicrous. 
It is iKiinted out that under its provisions a man is 
liable to a fine of $375. or to six months’ imprison- 
ment. for lietting one shilling on an England versus 
Australian cricket match, whereas he could wager 
• on the rise or fall of shares with impunity. 

A woman playing' tennis or golf and Indulging in 
a friendly l»et <*f a enp of tea on the result will be 
liable to the same penalties, while for settling the 
l»et a further fine or term of imprisonment could be 
im|H>scd. 

The Rand Daily Mail says tliat “it would lie much 
simpler If tlie government wrap|»ed every individual 
man. woman and child in the country in cotton wool 
and placed them in glass cases right away.’’ 



NO MORE FREE FIELD AT YONKERS. 

New York, July 19.— Matt Winn, manager of the 
Empire City track, sa.vs that the field enclosure has 
been permanently abolished at the Yonkers race 
conrsi*. Winn has had plans draw’ii for an exten- 
sion of the grandstand roof about 200 fi*»'t south, 
uudcrueatli which tliere will In* an ot»en “paddock” 
where the oral siH-nilators can transact business. 
'The seating capacity of the present stand, which 
will hold about 7,<HN) iiersous, is ladieveil to lie suf- 
ficient, as the liroail lawns can aeeomnioilute as 
many rndre. Winn says that tiie “field’’ is out of 
date*, as far as Yonkers Is coucern»*il. and that rac- 
ing can live well einnigh without it. While no definite 
IMiIicv has lM*en mapiHiI out by the other Jockey Club 
tracks, it is said that all of them will keep the 
cheap enclosures barriMl to the public for some time 
to come, if not permanently. 



Jockey. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


3<1. 


Unp.Han. 


Archibald. G 


.. 772 


118 


115 


1(55 


4,34 


9(5 


Aubuchon 


.. 122 




9 


13 


78 


85 


Bergen, J 


.. 450 


.5,3 


51 


.58 


288 


8(5 


Bqland, D 


.. 296 


.’h) 


44 


;i8 


184 


90 


Borel 


. . 360 


28 


30 


38 


264 


80 


Brady, C 


.. 87 


6 


5 


6 


70 


8(5 


Brannon 


.. .*{54 


19 


17 


.32 


286 


80 


Brooks, J 


. . 243 


48 


47 


,32 


116 


85 


Burns, G 


.. 976 


1.30 


1(57 


147 


532 


9(5 


Burns, T 


.. 164 


17 


22 


19 


106 


!5(5 


Burton, F 


. . 563 


47 


.58 


(52 


:m 


85 


Butler. J 


..1,181 


167 


132 


174 


708 


90 


Butwell 


. . 524 


82 


81 


7.3 


288 


9(5 


Buxton 


.. 650 


6't 


84 


82 


421 




Carroll, John 


.. 92 


6 


8 


11 


(56 


8(5 


Charboneau 


.. 158 


12 


14 


16 


116 


80 


Clark, E 


.. 3.31 


28 


28 


.'57 


238 


85 


[\)burn 


.. 432 


('m3 


(H 


57 


248 


85 


CVeiwy 


.. 210 


26 


20 


27 


1.37 


80 


Crow’iey 


.. 117 


7 


6 


12 


552 


8(5 


[’ulleu 


.. 2;u 


20 


•20 


255 


15(5 


8(5 


Davis, R 


.. 142 


8 


17 




552 


80 


Dearborn 


.. 77 


5 




8 


58 


80 


Delaby 


. . 175 


16 


16 


16 


127 


R5 


Deverich 


.. 871 


81 


86 


97 


6(57 


85 


Doyle, W 


.. 100 


9 


6 


12 


73 


80 


Dugan, E 


..1,085 


2.'« 


202 


i;i7 


5(58 


1(50 


Bnglander 


. . 8J) 


10 


1.3 


10 


.56 


150 


Pafrbrother 


.. 327 


;k> 


42 


51 


1555 


85 


Fischer, W 


. . 193 


16 






1.30 


85 


Flynn. S 


. . 545 


m 


69 


.58 


352 


85 


Pogarty 


.. 148 


11 


4 


12 


121 


8(5 


Polej’, J 


. . 173 


10 


13 


15 


135 


80 


Prancis 


. 165 


14 


12 


2(5 


119 


8(5 


Prankllu 


.. 2*25 


12 


19 


24 


170 


80 


Pulton 


.. 62 


6 


6 


55 


41 


80 


liargan 


.. 101 


7 


11 


12 


71 


80 


[Jarner 


.. 388 


,38 


.50 


,59 


241 




Gaiigel 


.. 70 


14 


2J» 


15 


12 




Gilbert 


.. 9.34 


11.3 


1,31 


124 


566 


95 


Glasner 


. . 512 


47 


51 


66 


.348 


85 


Class 


. . 177 


22 


24 


25 


106 


80 


Coldsteln 


.. 839 


1(K5 


127 


121 


486 


85 


Crlffln 


.. 185 


10 


12 


17 


14(5 


8(5 


Cross 


.. ,32 


K 


4 


4 


16 


8(5 


Harris, A 


615 


77 


70 


76 


.3552 


90 


Harty 


.. 433 


.52 


47 


61 


273 


85 


Ha.ves, J 


. . 5.54 


HI 


(SJ» 


61 


363 


85 


Heatherton 


.. 188 


13 


1.3 


14 


148 


8(5 


Heldel 


. . 62J> 


(5.3 


9.3 


67 


4(5(5 


85 


Henry, C 


.. 447 


.'{5 


Ti!? 


45 


315 


85 


Herbi*rt 


.. 202 


22 


14 


22 


144 


80 


Hildebrand 


.. 117 


9 


3 


14 


91 


80 


Hogg, James 


.. 418 


42 


:wr 


:{S5 


299 


85 


Howard, J 


.. 679 


82 


554 


81 


422 


9(5 


Hiifnagel 


. . 187 


17 


18 


18 


i;h 


8(5 


Jensen 


. . 75 


5 


a 


9 


.50 


80 


Kelly. W 


.. 494 


9t» 


82 


64 


249 


85 


Kennedy 


. . 9.32 


12.3 


138 


131 


.540 


95 


Keogh, 


.. 640 


!Mi 


86 


80 


384 


JK5 


King. J 


. . 32t 


25 


24 


28 


246 


8(5 


Kirschhaum 


. . 662 


(51 


(57 


75 


4.555 


80 


Koemer, C 


.. 498 


81 


77 


6.*{ 


273 


95 


Koerner. T 


. . 120 


11 


11 


11 


87 


845 


Lang, A 


. . 2:t9 


14 


12 


31 


182 


8(5 


I,ee. J 


..1,19.3 


170 


1*56 


148 


7155 


95 


Leibert 


.. 268 


27 


24 


38 


179 


85 


Lloyd 


.. 260 


8 


18 


12 


222 


85 


Lycurgus 


. . :i95 


.5.3 


48 


51 


243 


85 


Lynch. E 


.. 201 


17 


:io 


18 


136 


8.5 


.Martin, A 


.. 229 


13 


13 


20 


183 


85 


Martin. E 


..1,182 


209 


167 


182 


624 


J55 


McCabe 


.. 152 


20 


17 


12 


1(53 


85 


McCahey 


. . 911 


122 


115 


118 


5.5(5 


!50 


McCarthy, D 


. . 937 


162 


1.51 


123 


.501 


155 


McClain 


.. 1.58 


6 


17 


17 


118 


80 


McDaniel, R 


. . 664 


78 


102 


77 


407 


95 


McFadden. J. A. . 


.. 83 


9 


5 


6 


(53 


80 


Mriiee, M 


..1,061 


1(51 


161 


1.58 


.581 


100 


McIntyre, J 


. . 432 


7?> 


69 


6.3 


221 


150 


McIntyre. W 


. . 439 


38 


41 


44 


.‘{1(5 


85 


Mentry 


.. 791 


93 


89 


KHi 


5(5.3 


85 


Miller. C 


. . im 


13 


22 


2(5 


98 


85 


Miller. W 


. . 90(5 


19i) 


161 


125 


421 


100 


Minder 


,. 30G 


;j8 


.32 


42 


193 


90 


Moreland 


.. 2.54 


2(5 


31 


28 


169 


150 


Morgan 


. . 278 


30 


28 


31 


189 


85 


Mulcahy 


. . 103 


(5 


9 


7 


81 


80 


Murphy. J. W. . . . 


. . 419 


49 


37 


5(5 


283 


90 


Mnsgrave 


..1,087 


1(59 


171 


1.38 


6(59 


95 


Nicol 


.. 482 


85 


85 


(H5 


24(5 


100 


Notter 


.. 938 


270 


187 


145 


:;:{(5 


1(50 


Ott. W 


. . .'1.35 


41 


24 


25 


2.53 


8.5 


Page 


.. 922 


163 


1654 


131 


4.59 


90 


Pickens 


.. 66.3 


72 


82 


9(5 


419 


85 


Pohanka 


57 


5 


9 




4(5 


80 


Powers. V 


..1,954 


481 


328 


292 


8.5.3 


95 


Preston. M 


. . 401 


(59 


70 


52 


210 


95 


Qiiarringtun 


. . 116 


6 


13 


6 


87 


80 


Reid. J 


. . 1715 


38 


24 


26 


88 


80 


Rettig 


. . (518 


72 


79 


84 


.'{81 


90 


Rice. T 


. .1.623 


78 


118 


125 


702 


85 


Ross. C 


. .1,(859 


119 


129 


12.3 


(598 


1K5 


Russell 


. . 489 


,5{) 


45 


61 


.324 


85 


Sandy 


. . .5(57 




61 


60 


38(5 


85 


Shilling. C. H. ... 


..1,197 


357 


200 


18(5 


4(5(5 


100 


Schlesingcr 


.. 164 


7 


6 


8 


8:1 


80 


Scoville 


.. 796 


111 


103 


101 


481 


95 


Sliaw’ 


.. 89 


15 


12 


14 


48 


80 


Shreve 


. . 2(81 


10 


2:5 


21 


14(5 


STt 


Shriner 


. . :’2i.3 


25 


20 


.'{4 


2.54 


85 


Sklrvln 


.. 299 


13 


19 


23 


244 


80 


Smith. H 


. . 1.52 


21 


26 


14 


91 


80 


Steele. T 


.. 2.52 


12 


19 


27 


194 


80 


Stuart 


.. m 


8 


5 


6 


111 


80 


Sullivan. E 


.. 325 


35 


255 


49 


212 


90 


Sumter 


. . .359 


35 


38 


43 


24.3 


85 


Sw’ain, G 


.. 230 


13 


24 


14 


179 


80 


Sweet 


.. :i.52 


46 


40 


45 


221 


150 


Taplin 


.. 889 


144 


119 


1.30 


496 


85 


Tcylor 


.. 252 


21 


24 


15 


192 


85 


Treubel 


94 


20 


14 


10 


.50 


95 


Troxler 


.. 648 




75 


53 


367 


90 


Trueman 


71 


5 


4 


4 


.58 


80 


Upton 


. . .570 


70 


(52 


71 


367 


85 


Ural 


. . 1.53 


16 


11 


17 


11.5 


SO 


Vandusen 


. . 2.34 


15 


23 


21 


17.5 


85 


Walker, W. R. . . 


. . 95 


12 


14 


12 


.57 


85 


Walsh. A 


..1,527 


2(54 


2(57 


187 


929 


95 


Walsh, E 


.. 94 


17 


12 


11 


54 


85 



TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1909. 



NEW RULE AFFECTING STEEFLECHASING. 

New York, July 19. — 'Tlie National Steeplechase 
aiul Hunt Aasocintion has adopted a rule wlilcii i.i 
calculated to improve the cnoee- conn try wtiort next 
fall. Hitherto three -year -old fencers iiave been ex- 
clnded from cross-country events in wlileli four-year- 
olds and older horses participate. TI:ey have lieep 
compelled to run against each other altogether, 
which is. perhaps, one of the reasons they have been 
so backward In learning the game. 

Hereafter from the first of October on they will 
be permitted to race with the mature horses. The 
change is an eminently reasonable one. beinnse un- 
der the A'merlcan s.vstom of developing all clnss«‘s 
of horses early, a steepKeelmser is as good in tlie 
autumn of his three-year-old career as at anv otlier 
time. Jumping with older horses is calenlated to 
expedite the devHopinent of the thri‘e-year-oId. 
liecause liorsea learn more readily by racing with 
animals that know the game than in any other way. 

ENGLISH BOOKMAKERS OPPOSING MUTUELS. 

Loudon. Eng.. July 19. — The bookmakers and “Aus- 
tralian John” Heath have lioen h.. uig it out hot and 
lieavy bi*cau.se of Heat.i’s instal !.ition of the Aus- 
tralian totalization system at Eitgli ii raw tracks. 
'Flic Isiokmakcrs object strenuously to tlie inr.ovation. 
Imt Heath apparently has the tacit support of tlie 
racing authorities, for he has hecn piTinitted to con- 
tinue o|x>ration8 after taking mlvicc of Scoiland Yard 
and liciug assured that there is iiotl.'iig wliatcvcr 
illegal in bis s^'stem. Heath has Imsmi working m a 
small scale, studiously avoiding opiTatlng in largi* 
sums, and will not even take as much as a pound at 
a time from a backer. But the bookmakers ui*e 
keenly incensed. 

BAYARDO STOCK GOES UP. 

London, Eng.. July IS. — By the manner in wiiicli 
he W’on the $50,060 Eclipse Stakes at Sandowii Dark 
last wei'k. Bayardo jiroved his right to 1m* <*onsidcre»l 
a dangerous claimant for the title of lM*st 3-year-old 
In England. The race was regarded as a test of 
Bayaroo’s ability as compari‘d with that of Minoni. 
the king's Derby winner, lK‘retoforo rati*il as the 
best of the year. 

Bayardo show’cd that Minoru's cliain|iionshi|i is 
by no means sure, as his own race was impressive. 
He is a big, upstanding bay colt by Bay Ronald out 
of Galicia. Out of the Ecliiise purse of 16,0.K) sover- 
eigns about 7,600 went to owner Fairic. 

VANDERBILT HORSE FINISHES SECOND. 



Paris, France. July 19. — W. K. Vanderbilt’s Gam- 
liascuil ran second yesterday iu the race for the 
Prix du Trocadero at St. Cloud. There were seven 
starters. 

W. K. Vanderbilt’s Riiwlin finished second in the 
Prix Fonrire at Malsons-Laffltte today. His Kainapo 
and Raleigh ran respectively in the Prix Orgemout 
and the Prix Lnde, but neither swnred a place. 



NOTES OF THE TURF. 

.\ partnership has been registered lietwcen P. T. 
Chinn and R. L. Thomas in Great Heavens. 

Jockey Oiler W’as ruled off at Tulsa last week fur 
an unsatisfactory ride on Uo|m*, a hot favorite. 

Gi*orgc Brazier, who formerly trained for C. R. 
Ellison, is among the recent arrivals at New York. 

Arthur Elrod, wlx) will manage tin* Windsor ring 
this summer, was a visitor at Empire City Satur- 
day. 

Jim Gaffney, which Frank Weir sold in California 
last spring, is now doing stud duty iu British Co- 
lumliia. 

Eddie Dugan’s handling of Alfred Ni>ble In the 
Empire City Handicap drew the tire of the eastern 
racing critics. 

Clifford Drew of Tulsa, Okla., has purcliased the 
three-year-old bay filly, Starbeam, by Juvenal — 
Beautiful Star. 

John E. Madden’s Newmarket has l>eeu lame for 
several weeks and there is little chance that he will 
raee at Saratoga. 

H. T. Grlftin, who retiriHl from the turf at the 
clf»se of the last California season, is enjoying Iiim- 
.<elf antomobiling on tlie Pacific coast this summer. 

It is annouiK-ed that the Colorado Interstate Fair 
at Denver w’ill run for one wwk, and there will ts* 
racing for a wwk longer, with the possibility of 
lM>oking. The fair will o|H*n Sept. 13. 

The average of $524 received for the 218 yearlings 
sold at Sheepshead Bay this summer compares favn- 
abiy, considering the circumstances, with tlie aver- 
age of about $750 obtained in 1907, when racing was 
in Its heydey. 

The Sanfords have a hwse calleil Van Den in the 
Travers at Saratoga. This colt is a son of RiK-ktou 
and Retaliation. He is a half-hrotlier to the giH»d 
Gonsalvo mare. V'ails. Vails will not race again. 
.She Is not in any of tlie Saratoga stakes for which 
a mare of her age is eligible. 

Dieskan, one of the Sanford two-year-olds. Is 
named for Baron Dieskan. a gallant tlerman who 
fell on the shores of Lake Cliamplain in the eigh- 
teentli century. Herkimer, another Sanford young- 
ster. is named for the AiiM*rican Revolutionary liero 
who aied gloriously in the fighting !>etwe<*ii the Brit- 
ish under Burgoyne and tlie American colonists un- 
der (iates, Arnold and .Morgan in 1778, which cul- 
minated in Burgoyne’s surrender at Saratoga. 

ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 



Communications without names and addresses 
I will not be noticed nor answered." No answers will 
1 be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre- 
I payment is made at time of wiring query. 



J. A. B.. Cincinnati. O. Fred Hiukey was trainer 
for the Sierra Nevada Stable in 1905, when Neva Lee 
won at Ingleside. 

J. R. I... Ocean Park, Cal. Effer\eseence started 
and finished last in the sixth race at Victoria July 
9, won by Father Stafford. 

C. E. R., Chicago. Outside of a strip next to the 
inside rail in places, the track w«s lieyond thuibt 
fast. Three-quarters in 1:12. by Field Mouse, tells 
that emphatically. 

Rol>ert H., (!inciniiati, O. If on one occasion the 
same bookmaker, or his agent, told you his rule on 
time limit was the time the horses went to tlie 
|M)St, that time limit slimdd hold goo<l in other cases, 
which would make your b<*t a draw. 

T. R.. Detroit, Mich. Newmarket Heath is the 
exclusive propert.v of the Jo<-key Club and permission 
to train horses there is attendeil with many r<*strlc 
five rules and regulations. There W’as some dif- 
ficulty with Mr. Croker at one time, which prevented 
his horses tieing traintMl there. It was a technical 
matter w’hich has since been adjusted. 



PROBABLE STARTERS AT SARATOGA. 

New York. July 19. — Ilorsefolk are looking for- 
ward to the Saratoga meeting with more than usual 
interest this year, liecanse tliere is every nrospect 
that the racing at the Springs will bring together 
better racers than have be«*n seen on the nietro|K>li- 
tan tracks. The best horses of the metropolitan 
circuit will meet there the stars of Canada and the 
west in races like the Saratoga Handicap. Saratoga 
Cup. Saranac, Cliamnlain, Hopeful. Sjduaway, Bever- 
wyok. North American, Grand Union and United 
States Hotel stakes. 

.\mong tile probable starters in the Saratoga Han- 
dicap. a $5,606 race of one mile and a quarter, for 
example, are Piute, the Canadian Derby winner. 
.Mary Davis, Royal Tourist. Olainbala, Alfred Noide, 
King James. Fltz Herb**rt. Hilarious. Celt. King’s 
Daugliter. High Private, Wlntergrccn and Bouquet. 

FMtz Herliert. which is resting after his hanl 
spring campaign, may not start in the hundi(*ap, 
imt he W’lll go iu the Cun. one mile and three-quar- 
ters. and in that race he may meet High Private. 
Olainbala. Alfred Noide. Celt. Wintergreeii and Bou- 
quet. The Cup is strictly a weigbt-for-aee race.