Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-09-15


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RACING GOSSIP Every grade of humanity is pestered by vari varied ¬ ous onus insects Among them may be included the thing which writes anonymous letters It is especially busy about racing and its offerings treat of general scandal which cannot be proven and is generally out of joint with what occurs Sometimes the insect seeks to prey on DAILY RACING FORM One of the meanest of the horde taking the plural form for purposes of deception which does not deceive sent his green goods display to this office a day or two ago It objected to the errors of a new clerk in last Tuesdays paper They were corrected in time to prevent general error The insect under dis dais ¬ cussion cession to make its game stronger complained of other errors in our figures but made no display of them and whined on a nickel basis bpcause because at times it had to buy two papers to scrap book1 all its form It lied over the general mathematical incorrectness Each index number in chart and entry is checked before the paper goes to press each night A few errors are made Why not DAILY RACING FORM keeps an individual ac ¬ count with some 4000 racehorses Each account goes to performances scratches owners jockeys winnings etc Few business houses cover so wide a field in the way of statistics The special wires of DAILY RACING FORM begin to work about 6 15 pm By 10 45 pm the paper is off our presses At times six charts are handled in the fullest way Five is the average With them comes the news of each racing day and some five or six sots of entries Such action is even faster than that of a bookmaker If the insect which signs itself Justified Kickers will come to the office Ill waste time enough on it to mirror insectism insects as it acquires chirography and incorrect news of the turf and newspaperdom newspaper At the same time too a news ¬ boy or two can bo acquired to give the same in ¬ sect a line on human manners and probity DAILY RACING FORM is as correct as it can be It tries to do its honest best all the time It errb err Who and what does not But compared to other papers which claim to report the American turf of every day it is a sun to a candle Insects are singed in the flame from the lights of both The Enauirer Enquirer tips of last Saturday covered thirty races DAILY RACING FORMS notions spread over the same field Here are the results DAILY RACING FORM Track TrackOakley Tracheal Won Named in 3 Oakley Ankle Ideal Park St Louis Windsor Gravesend Graves 30 30ENQUIRER ENQUIRER Oakley Ankle Ideal Park St Louis LouisWindsor Louisianans Windsor Gravesend Graves The recent Newport meeting was a decided success and a credit to Secretary J Gratz Graft Han ly whose popularity cut a deep figure in the patronage the meeting received It ran 33 days and distributed 43250 Only 31 stables won over 500 These were H E Leigh 1520 Horse Haven Fm 1520 1520J J H Kelly Co 1400 E Corrigan 1385 1385Ruttlge Ruttlge Rustle Stevns Stevens 1130 RKLewis 1050 1050Equitable Equitable Stable 940 M Wynn 920 W J Donahue Danaher 85 FAJones Famines 875 Queen City Stable 35 Smith Ferguson 752 S K Hughes Co 750 Ireland Bros Brows R H Bronaugh Baronage 720 Bashford Bradford Manor ManorNewport Newport Stabie Stabile 705 W B Porter Iroauois Iroquois Stable 645 EMHilton Semitone Clay Bros Brows 600 Spokane Stable J T Baxter 565 W M Wallace W L Simmons 540 PJMiles Jamie W R McConnell 525 Argyle Stable 520 520Woods Woods Boyer 510 W J Speirs Piers 505 505C C L Blackburn 500 500Sir Sir Dilke Dike with 1050 was the leader in the winning horse list Britton Briton with 36 wins Rus Russ ¬ sell 24 Sherrin Sheri 14 Fowler 12 and J Gardner 10 were the most successful jockeys

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